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Jonathan W. Scott/Abt.1827/Nottoway
Posted by: Alice S. Burris Date: January 20, 2000 at 13:39:05
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Have been trying to find info on my "brick wall", Jonathan W. Scott born in Southampton County about 1827 to I believe Jonathan "C" Scott and Elizabeth (Joyner) Scott. Jonathan W. was my great-grandfather who married Anna Marie Camp(?) who was related to the Paul Camp family of Union/Camp Lumber Mills in Franklin,Southampton Cty, VA. Her parents names were supposedly John and Sarah Camp. Jonathan W. and Anna Marie removed to Manny's Neck Township (near present day Murfreesboro), Hertford County, NC by the late 1860's as they are enumerated in the 1870 Census there. Their children were Alexia S., Emmaline C., Robert J.or G., Josephine, Elizabeth E., Marnie, George Washington(my grandfather)and Davis, whom I believe died as a child. J.W.(as many documents list him) and Anna Marie divorced between 1870-1880 as she is listed in the census in Hertford County as such, living with several of her children and Robert as the head of house. In Southampton County, I believe this branch of the Scott family also inter-married with the Gay family. I also believe Jonathan was related to Henry E., Tarlton, Claibourn, John L., Ichabod T., and James J., two other Jonathans (one married to a Mariah, the other Ellen), and Theophilus; all Scotts residing in Nottoway Parish, Southampton County. Is anyone out there related to these Scotts who can help me? I have many pieces of the "puzzle" but not how they all fit together! Any clues would be GREATLY appreciated! Thanks!


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