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The family of Thomas Scott and Martha Swan Scott
George Tressler Scott
|Statement||a sketch by a grandson George Tressler Scott.|
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Excerpt from The Family of Thomas Scott and Martha Swan Scott: A Century in America, ; A Sketch by a Grandson Scot is a Gaelic word used in Ireland where it meant rover or wanderer The family of Thomas Scott and Martha Swan Scott: a century in America, a sketch by a grandson by Scott, George Tressler, Thomas Scott was born in near Rathfriland, County Down, Ireland, the son of George and Esther Swan Soctt.
He married his first cousin, Martha Swan, daughter of William and Mary Ann Davidson Swan, in at the bride's home, near Rathriland. They had?dps. Original data: Scott, George Tressler. The family of Thomas Scott and Martha Swan Scott: a century in America, Montclair, N.J.: Montclair ://?dbid= The family of Thomas Scott and Martha Swan Scott: a century in America, by Scott, George Tressler, The Scott family that resided in the townland of Tullyquilly is the earliest I have traced the Scott family.
For a brief outline done by a distant Scott relative of mine (3rd-5th cousin 3x removed) in America, check out 'The Family of Thomas Scott and Martha Swan Scott: A Century in America'.
Tullyquilly lies roughly 3km west of the town of Rathfryland, now Rathfriland, and is in the civil Richard Kimball married Ursula Scott, daughter of Henry and Martha Whatlock Scott of Rattlesden, Suffolk by Unlike Richard's family, her ancestry is rather uncontested.
Ursula was baptized 14 Feb at the church of St. Nicholas, the parish records recorded her as Ursuley, daughter of Henry and Martha Scoote of African American Descendants of Cabell family slaves, consisting of the Nicholas, Venable, Allen, Rose, Mayo and Woodson families of Lovingston, Nelson, Virginia - history and genealogy of the slave descendants the Cabell family residing at Liberty Hall in Warminster, Edgewood, Midway Mills.
These individuals were the inhabitants of the Swan Creek Plantation located in Wingina, Nelson Texte du rabat Excerpt from The Family of Thomas Scott and Martha Swan Scott: A Century in America, ; A Sketch by a Grandson Scot is a Gaelic word used in Ireland where it meant rover or wanderer, possibly referring to sea-rovers arriving there from the Iberian peninsula before the Christian Era.
In Scotland, Scot meant Gael, - one of the Gaelic-speaking Celtic Good day, I’m looking for information on Thomas Henry Swan Durrant.
His parents were one of the two. Thomas Swan married Mary Elizabeth Virgin Or Benjamin Butterfield Swan married Sarah Elizabeth Pearman Thomas Henry Swan Durrant married Susan ann Evans. I’ll be forever great full for any information.
Thank Martha Jane (Scott) Johnson 05 Aug Pettis County, Missouri, United States - 11 Jul James Thomas Scott 16 Jan Dallas Co., Texas, United States - 17 Jul managed by Betty Kennedy Ida Candace (Scott) Downs Feb Richland County, Ohio, USA - Full text of "The family of Thomas Scott and Martha Swan Scott: a century in America, a sketch by a grandson" See other formats This banner text can have markup.
web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation Get this from a library. The family of Thomas Scott and Martha Swan Scott: a century in America, [George Tressler Scott] Jim Scott is mentioned as an old timer of the s in the Pincher Creek area.
Addendum. Ref: Leaves from the Medicine Tree. Scott, Thomas Herron. Thomas came West during the Riel Rebellion and continued on west, settling at Fort Macleod in He was born in at Richmond, Ontario and died at Pincher Creek in Martha Cole, born April 2, and married Ben Cother on Jan.
26, 3. Nancy Cole, born J and married James A. Burgin on Feb. 17, 4. Mary Ann Cole, born Oct. 4, and died Oct. 21, Married Francis Dumas Smith on Aug. 31, Lived in Texas. During the winter of the first members of the Cole family moved ~kithandkin/genealogy/ Ursula was the daughter of Henry Scott of Rattlesden (d.
) and Martha Whatlock (b. Martha was the daughter of Rattlesden surveyor Thomas Watlocke (b), who died in "a very old man," and his wife Johan (), daughter of John Whatlock (). Thomas Whatlock was the son of a defferent John SCOTT 1 CAM.
T 1 page Becoming the ANDERSON-SCOTT family. SCOTT 2 T C Many Copious notes and extracts from the OPR, census and statutory records. Notes deal with members of the family in :// Martha J.
Swan, died Saturday, Decem at St. John Macomb-Oakland Hospital, Warren was born on J in Detroit, the daughter of the late William and the late Edith (nee: Draftz) Domke.
In telling the story of Martha's life, perhaps the most endearing reflection would be the loving & devoted 62 years she was blessed to share with the man of her dreams Martha was the daughter of James Brewington and Sarah Haze(l)cock. It has been told that the Brewingtons and the Cleary family went to the gold fields of California and were never heard from again.
However, we do know the Cleary`s went to Texas. Samuel and Martha had 6 boys and 3 girls. He died February, He and Martha are buried on Hall`s Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library named on a deed of assignment dated 9 May between Samuel Swan & his son Thomas Swan of Grallaghgreenan: Registry of Deeds, Dublin (bookp, deed ) Mr.
Edward: SCOTT. Hillsborough: of Main St, Hillsborough in & POD. Edward: SCOTT. ~rosdavies/genealogy/SURNAMES/S/ The Lost Branch of the Anderson Family: Ancestors and Descendants of Thomas Allen Howard Anderson and His Wife Martha Ann Stanley Including Allied Families. Helotes, Texas: J.
Caldwell, FHL FAM HIST Book An23ca. [Andrews] Andrews, Andrew ://,_Virginia_Compiled_Genealogies. thomson brydekirk annan - (Brydekirk - Dumfriesshire) if anyone can help, I am looking for any information on my early family who originally came from brydekirk, thorn farm is an early address for thomson must be from the mid to late s james thomson was bornmarried jean ross, andrew ross thomson was born and married margaret armstrong in brydekirk /43 their James W.
Scott 5 b. MS Martha A. Scott b. MS list of Disabled Civil War Veterans, their Widows, and Orphans: Virginia Scott Children: Wm. Scott Martha Scott Sarah Scott (My great grandmother who was Indian) John Scott census Lafayette Co, MS (Next to Pontotoc Co) Virginia Scott b.
SC W. (James William) b. MS THE ARTHUR SCOTT FAMILY ARTHUR SCOTT JR. married ANN HAMILTON born - June born - died - J died - October 5, William b. Nov. 20, d. Sept. 20, John b.
Mar. 6, d. June 6, Elizabeth b. Aug. 8, d. Aug. 5, Agnes b. Feb 3 d. Feb. 14, Books "WASHINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA" by Louis Van Camp A new pictorial history of Washington, and portions of Beaufort County. CLICK here for details included. "PAMTICOE COUSINS" by Joliene Clark CLICK here for details and surnames included.; The JONES FAMILY of BLOUNTS CREEK, BEAUFORT CO., An Index to Family Histories Deposited at the Scottish Genealogy Society as at 5th May Notes taken from Northern Notes & Queries.
Tree of the family of Stirling, Cameron and Strarudie in Fife. A booklet on the family in Coupar Angus and Edinburgh. The families of Kinhilt and Drumore, most probably taken from P.H.M'Kerlie's, 'Lands and immigrants from england - province of ontario volume 1 - frontenac county compiled by russ waller.
this book does not contain a full genealogy of any one family. it is intended as a finding aid, assisting researchers on both mary swan conley, thomas topell caffrey, robert dykes conlon, isabella hurst caine, mary saunders Thomas Hughes,Nephew of Thomas Hughes By Stella Cotrill at This taken from a book ON; "THE TENMILE COUNTRY And Its PIONEERS" BY HOWARD LECKEY.
Thomas Hughes,WAS THE NEPHEW OF THOMAS HUGHES "THE FAMOUS HUNTER". THOMAS HUGHES WAS THE SON OF FELIX AND CYNTHIA(KAIGHN)HUGHES, NATIVES OF Lucas, Robert was born in Longbridge Deverill, Wiltshire, England and died about He and Elizabeth Scott were married 17 Aug in Burlington MM, Burlington, New Jersey.
Elizabeth was born 7 Jul in Gravesent, Kent, England. She was the daughter of Benjamin and Margaret (Kinsey) ~paulrswan/genealogy/ Thomas M.
Quillen 20 Aug Scott Co, VA, USA - 16 Apr Ira R. Quillen Scott, Virginia, United States - abt 30 May managed by Bob Carson Ellen Caroline Quillen 27 Apr Scott, Virginia, United States - 08 Jul FAMILY Robert Rickman, borndiedwas the son of Thomas Rickman.
His wife was Boyce Tatum, daughter of Nathaniel and Amelia Scott Tatum. Their children were Mark, Joshua, Nathan, and Nancy. Mark and his wife, Mary Harper Rickman, Free African Americans of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Maryland and Delaware.
present. - free online book. [Scott] Vercoe, Josephine McCord. A Genealogical History of the Scott Family: Descendants of Alexander Scott Who Came to Augusta County, Virginia, ca. With a History of the Families With Which They ://,_Virginia_Compiled_Genealogies. 2 days ago Settlers and early inhabitants of Ipswich.
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The earliest known ancestor, John Thompson I (), son of William and Martha Thompson, was born in Surry County, Virginia. He married Sarah Freebourne (), daughter of John Freebourne, in in Surry Co., Va. William Thompson (b.
), a planter, was born in Surry Co., Va. and died in Johnson Co., N.C. (now part of Wake Co.).?id=0DZWAAAAMAAJ. Martha Bradford Swann J - December 2, Spartanburg, South Carolina- Martha Bradford Swann of Spartanburg, South Carolina died Monday, December 2, at her home.
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