d.14 February 1866
Facts and Events
- From "History of the House of Ochiltree of Ayrshire, Scotland", pg. 120:
- Annie Ochiltree lived in the home of her cousin, Mrs. Amos Scott, until her cousin's death and continued in the home until her own death. She was loved for her pleasant disposition and was a welcome member of the home.
- CENSUS 1850: Amos Scott and 2nd wife Agnes Palmer found on the 1850 Census living in District 56 1/2, Rockingham County, Virginia. Census enumerated November 23, 1850, and is found on Page 209B.
- Dwelling #531/Family #542
- Amos Scott, Age 44, M, Farmer, Real Estate Value: $2877, Born VA
- Agnes, Age 43, F, Born VA
- William, Age 16, M, Born VA, Attended School
- Reuben, Age 12, M, Born VA, Attended School
- Michael, Age 9, M, Born VA, Attended School
- Ann, Age 6, F, Born VA
- George, Age 4, M, Born VA
- William Collier, Age 22, M, Laborer, Born VA
- Frank Shiflett, Age 19, M, Laborer, Born VA
- Anna Appletree, Age 61, F, Born VA
- Catharine Allan, Age 9, F, Born VA
- NOTE 1850: Anna Appletree's last name was actually Ogheltree. She is buried with Amos Scott and his two wives in the Port Republic United Methodist Church's "Abandoned Cemetery". Unclear to date (December 2009) what her relationship was to Amos and family.
- Also, the children listed in the household are Amos' with his first wife, Margaret Mefford, who died December 12, 1846. Amos and 2nd wife, Agnes Palmer, weren't married until October 22, 1848, making it impossible that any of the children were born to Agnes.
- [Citation: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=muckham&id=I5050].
- ↑ Railey, Clementine Brown. History of the house of Ochiltree of Ayrshire, Scotland: with the genealogy of the families of those who came to America and of some of the allied families, 1124-1916. (Sterling, Kan.: Bulletin Print. Co., 1916), pg. 129.
Tombstone Inscription: "Annie Ochiltree, died Feb. 14, 1866, aged 72 years, 6 months, and 28 days."