Person:Burton Scott (4)

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Burton Wilson Scott
m. 14 Jun 1875
  1. Burton Wilson Scott1876 - 1942
  2. Alvanza Marshall Scott1877 - 1933
  3. Charles Elmer Scott1879 - 1902
  4. Mary Cora Scott1880 - 1930
  5. Ola Beldon Scott1882 - 1884
  6. Gilbert Kimble Scott1884 - 1946
  7. Effie Lillian Melvern Scott1887 - 1986
  8. Asa Reece Scott1889 - 1969
m. 10 Jan 1904
  1. Burton E. ScottAbt 1915 - 1964
Facts and Events
Name Burton Wilson Scott
Gender Male
Birth[1][3][11][12] 19 Apr 1876 Unionville, Putnam, Missouri, United States
Census[2] 1880 Putnam, Missouri, United StatesYork Township
Census[3] 1900 Putnam, Missouri, United StatesYork Township
Marriage 10 Jan 1904 St. John, Putnam, Missouri, United Statesto Mary Francis Ellis
Residence[11][13] Mar 1904 Valley, Idaho, United States
Residence[4] 15 May 1905-25 Oct 1906 Valley, Idaho, United States
Census[5] 1910 Boise, Idaho, United StatesVan Wyck Precinct
Property[6] 15 Sep 1910 Valley, Idaho, United Statesrec'd US Land patent
Residence[8] 1916 Montour, Gem, Idaho, United States
Property[7] 12 June 1917 Valley, Idaho, United Statessale of property recorded
Census[9] 1920 Ada, Idaho, United StatesKuna Precinct
Census[10] 1930 Kuna, Ada, Idaho, United States
Death[11][12] 31 Oct 1942 Kuna, Ada, Idaho, United States
Baptism[1] Baptized United Brethren church
Burial[11] Kuna, Ada, Idaho, United States
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References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Children of David Garrett Scott and Ann Jane Reece, in Scott Family Letters, Secondary quality.
  2. York Township, Putnam Countyi; FHL #1254711, in United States. Bureau of the Census. 10th census, 1880. Missouri, 1880 federal census : soundex and population schedules. (Washington, District of Columbia: National Archives and Records Administration, 19--?), HH 149, Family 152, Primary quality.

    Scott, David G., 28, farmer, b. PA, both parents b. DE
    , Ann J., 27, wife, keeping house, b. IN, both parents b. IN
    , Burton W., 4, son, b. MO
    , Alvanza M., 3, son, b. MO
    , Charley E., 1, son, b. MO
    Reece, Julia L. I., 22, sister-in-law, b. IN, both parents b. IN
    , Ida M., 15, sister-in-law, attending school, born IL [sic], both parents b. IN

  3. 3.0 3.1 York Township, Putnam County; FHL #1240884, in United States. Census Office. 12th census, 1900. Missouri, 1900 federal census : soundex and population schedules. (Washington, District of Columbia: The National Archives, 19--?), HH 74, Family 74, Primary quality.

    Scott, Burton, white male, born April 1876, age 24, single, born Missouri, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Indiana, farmer, able to read, write, speak English, rents farm
    , G. K., brother, white male, born July 1874, age 25, single, born Kansas, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Indiana, farm laborer

  4. Early Days in Long Valley, Signe Callender, compiler. Long Valley Preservation Society, Donnelly, Idaho, 1987., Long Valley Advocate , Primary quality.

    18 May 1905, Roseberry: Bert Scott and wife passed through Roseberry Sunday enroute to their homestead on Bonanza Flat.
    18 June 1906: Bert Scott and Jack Jasper came in from Council with freight for W. B. Boydstun Sunday.
    25 October 1906, NOTICE: B. W. Scott has been given full charge of the Clara Foltz Irrigating Canal. All persons wishing to irrigate from this canal during 1907 apply to him.

  5. Van Wyck precinct, Boise County; FHL #1374235, in United States. Bureau of the Census. 13th census, 1910. Idaho, 1910 federal census : population schedules. (Washington [District of Columbia]: The National Archives, 19--?), HH 54, Family 54, Primary quality.

    Scott, Bert W., head, white male, age 34, married once for 6 years, born Missouri, both parents born Pennsylvania, farmer on general farm, self-employed, able to read and write, owns farm free of mtg.
    , Fannie, wife, white female, age 28, married once for 6 years, no children, born Missouri, father born Illinois, mother born Missouri, able to read and write

  6. Patent #152004, in United States. Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office Records, from Boise, Idaho Land Office, 15 Sept 1910, Primary quality.

    To Burton W. Scott
    for Lots One and Two (Ne1/4 of NE1/4, and NW1/4 of NE1/4) and S1/2 of S4, T17N, R3E, containing 156 and 6/100s acres, Boise County, Idaho

  7. Direct Index to Land and property Records, 1879-1986, O-Z; Indirect Index A-H; FHL #1502893, in Idaho. County Court (Valley County). Deeds, 1876-1915; index, 1879-1986. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1987), Secondary quality.

    Scott, Burton W. & Mary F.; sold to Jarvis, Oscar by deed registered 12 June 1917 Book 2-4

  8. Reece Mayer, Jan 1991, in Scott Family Letters, Secondary quality.

    In 1916 Burt, wife Fannie (Frances) and baby son, Burton, had sold their homestead farm located near present day Lake Fork, located 5 miles N. of Donnelly, and were living at Montour, Idaho, 13 miles N. of Emmett. Burt was working with his team and fresno for the contractor building the Black Canyon irrigation canal that would eventually irrigate the farm land on the Emmett Bench. Burt and Fannie soon after bought a farm near Kuna, Idaho where they lived until Burt died.

  9. Kuna Precinct, Ada, County; FHL #1820287, in United States. Bureau of the Census. 14th census, 1920. Idaho, 1920 federal census : soundex and population schedules. (Washington [District of Columbia]: The National Archives, 193-?), HH 220, Family 231, Primary quality.

    Scott, Burton W., head, owns farm with mortgage, white, male, age 43, married, able to read and write, born Missouri, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Indiana, farmer on general farm, able to speak English, self employed, Farm Schedule 209
    , Mary F., wife, white female, age 38, married, able to read and write, born Missouri, father born Illinois, mother born Missouri, able to speak English
    , Burton E., son, white male, age 4 11/12, single, born Missouri, both parents born Missouri
    Ellis, Willard, brother-in-law, white male, age 40, single, able to read and write, born Missouri, father born Illinois, mother born Missouri, able to speak English, laborer on farm, wage worker

  10. Kuna, Ada, Idaho, in United States. 1930 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T626), HH 23, Fam 23, Primary quality.

    Scott, Burton W., head, owns farm worth $1,000, (no radio), white male, 53, married first time at age 21, able to read and write, b. Missouri, fa. b. PA, mo. b. IN, farmer, not a veteran
    , Mary R., wife, white female, 48, married first time age 22, able to read and write, b. MO, fa. b. IL, mo b. MO
    , Burton, son, white male, age 15, single, able to read and write, b. MO, both parents b. MO, attends school

  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 11.3 The Kuna Herald (Kuna, Ada, Idaho, United States), November 6, 1942.

    Obituary
    BURTON SCOTT PASSES FOLLOWING LONG ILLNESS
    Burton Scott passed away at his home in Kuna Saturday following a long illness. Mr. Scott has made his home in or near Kuna for many years and will be remembered by a host of friends as a man of staunch and true principles, a fine Christian man, a good husband, father and neighbor, and will be sadly missed from our community. Deepest sympathy is extended his family.
    Burton Scott died at his home in Kuna, Idaho, October 31, 1942. He was born at Unionville, Mo, April 19, 1876, the oldest son of David Garrett and Ann Jane Scott. He was married to Mary Frances Ellis at St. John, Mo., January 10, 1904, and came with his bride to Long Valley, Idaho, in March 1904. They came to Kuna in 1916 where they have since resided.
    Surviving Mr. Scott, besides his widow, are one son, Burton Ellis and one grandson, Robert Melvin Scott of Ca[s]cade, Idaho; three brothers, G. K. of Cascade, Leonard Scott of Emmett, Idaho, and Asa R. Scott of Yreka, California; two sisters, Effie S. Mayer of Portland, Oregon and Elizabeth Scott of Emmett, Idaho and his step-mother, Mrs. Annie Scott of Emmett, Idaho.
    Funeral services were conducted by Rev. H. A. Coleman of the Christian church in Kuna on Wednesday, Nov. 4, at 2:30. Burial was in the Kuna cemetery.
    CARD OF THANKS
    We wish to thank our friends for the many acts of kindness, and for the floral offerings during the long illness and at the time of death of our beloved husband and father and brother. We also wish to thank those who sang. Mrs. Frances Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Burton Scott and Bobby, Scott Brothers and Sisters.

  12. 12.0 12.1 S surname (part 1 sa-sc), in Idaho Department of Health and Welfare. Idaho Death Index, 1911-1951, Secondary quality.

    SCOTT, BURTON WILSON, Kuna, Certificate #31336, b. 04/19/1876, d. 10/31/1942

  13. Reece Mayer, Aug 1984, in Scott Family Letters, Secondary quality.

    In February or March of 1904, David Garrett Scott and family arrived at the end of the Ore. Short Line Rail Road, at Meridian, Idaho. The snow was so deep that winter that they couldn't get teams and wagons over the roads to Long Valley until June. However, Effie said her two older brothers, Burt and G. K., went up earlier by horseback to scout around. Later, they both took up homesteads near present day Lake Fork.