Facts and Events
||Gilbert Kimble Scott
||8 Jul 1884
||Louisburg, Miami, Kansas, United States
||Putnam, Missouri, United StatesYork Township
||Idaho, United Statesarrived in Meridian, Ada County, went to Long Valley
||21 Nov 1907
||Boise, Idaho, United Statesnow Valley County
||Boise, Idaho, United StatesRoseberry Precinct
||Roseberry, Boise, Idaho, United Statesill with smallpox
||8 Feb 1911
||Boise, Idaho, United Statesrec'd US land patent
||9 Sep 1912
||Boise, Ada, Idaho, United StatesSt. John's Cathedral
to Elizabeth Gertrude Coski
||Boise, Idaho, United Statesin Long Valley (now Valley County)
||Valley, Idaho, United Statestook over father's share of store in Roseberry
||Roseberry, Valley, Idaho, United States
||Valley, Idaho, United StatesCounty Commissioner
||23 Jul 1923
||Council, Adams, Idaho, United Statesto Elsie Winifred McDonald
||Valley, Idaho, United StatesCounty Assessor
||Cascade, Valley, Idaho, United States
||7 Sep 1946
||Emmett, Gem, Idaho, United States
||28 Sep - 2 Oct 1946
||Valley, Idaho, United Stateswidow granted letters of Administration, provided inventory of estate
||Riverside Cemetery, Emmett, Gem, Idaho, United States
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Idaho Statesman (Boise, Ada, Idaho, United States), 1911.
Smallpox at Roseberry
Van Wyck. Feb. 2
Dr. G. E. Noggle, county health officer, has returned from Roseberry, where he went to attend Kay Scott, whom he found ill with smallpox. The doctor quarantined the house and also closed the public school for two weeks, as the teacher, Miss Effie Scott, had been an inmate of her brother's home.
- ↑ Effie Scott Mayer, Children of David Garrett Scott and Ann Jane Reece, in Scott Family Letters, Secondary quality.
- ↑ York Township; FHL #1240884, in Putnam, Missouri, United States. 1900 U.S. Census Population Schedule, 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
- ↑ Scott Family Letters, Secondary quality.
Reece Mayer, Aug. 1984:
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, Burt and G. K., went up earlier by horseback to scout around. Later, they both took up homesteads near present day Lake Fork.
- ↑ Long Valley Advocate (Roseberry, Valley, Idaho, United States), 21 November 1907.
Center [defunct village]: K. Scott has gone to his ranch above Lake Fork
- ↑ 6.0 6.1 Scott Family Letters, Secondary quality.
Reece Mayer, Jan. 1991
Before Railroad arrived (reaching McCall in 1914), Burt and G. K. did some freighting by team & wagon to Boise Valley. Going down, hauling rough lumber and sacks of oats (Horse feed) it took 3 days. Coming back, uphill, hauling salt, sugar, coffee, nails, and various supplies, it took 6 days.
In 1916 G. K. Scott had just recently taken over the half of the McDougal-Scott store in Roseberry, which was part of his father D. G. Scott's estate. Kay and McDougal dissolved partnership and Kay started the Scott Mercantile across the street.
- ↑ 7.0 7.1 7.2 Roseberry Precinct; FHL #1374235, in Boise, Idaho, United States. 1910 U.S. Census Population Schedule: Thirteenth Census of the United States, NARA Microfilm Publication T624. (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration), HH 214, Family 216, Primary quality.
Scott, Gilbert K., head, white male, age 26, single, born Kansas, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Indiana, farmer, general farm, self-employed, able to read and write, owns farm free of mtg.
- ↑ United States. Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office Records, Primary quality.
Patent #176354 (Document #03378, Boise Land Office), for 160 acres to Scott, Gilbert K:
SE¼ Sec 9, Township 17N, Range 03E, Valley County, Idaho
Authority: May 20, 1862: Homestead EntryOriginal (12 Stat. 392)
- ↑ Town of Roseberry, Roseberry Precinct; FHL #1820294, in Valley, Idaho, United States. 1920 U.S. Census Population Schedule: Fourteenth Census of the United States, NARA Microfilm Publication T625. (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration), HH 1, Family 1, Primary quality.
Scott, Gilbert K., head, owns farm with mortgage, white male, age 35, married, able to read and write, born Kansas, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Indiana, retail merchant, general store, self-employed
, Elizabeth G., wife, white female, age 26, married, able to read and write, born Idaho, parents born Germany
, Hellen K., daugher, white female, age 6 attending school, born Idaho
, Oilena [sic], daughter, white female, age 5, not attending school, born Idaho
- ↑ 10.0 10.1 Notes from Lee Scott, in Scott Family Letters, Secondary quality.
- ↑ The Kuna Herald (Kuna, Ada, Idaho, United States).
27 March 1942 - G. K. Scott and wife of Cascade were Sunday caller [sic] at the home of this brother Burt Scott
24 April 1942 - Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Scott of Cascade and a sister from Emmett visited with Mr. and Mrs. Burt Scott last Sunday, the occasion being Mr. Scott's birthday anniversary
21 Aug. 1942 - Kay Scott of Cascade spent Sunday in Kuna at the home of his brother, Burt Scott.
- ↑ 12.0 12.1 12.2 Potter Funeral Chapel (Emmett, Idaho). Funeral Records, 1910-1983. (Genealogical Society of Utah: Microfilm of records loaned by Barbara A. Quinlivan of Emmett, Idaho, 1989), Volume 9, p. 211; FHL #1421950, 1936-1956.
funeral 164, 7 September 46
G. K. Scott of Cascade, ID (for last 14 years); b. 8 July 1884, Louisberg, Kansas; father Daniel [sic] G. Scott b. Pennsylvania; mother Anna Jane Reece b. Indiana; occupation county assessor; no Social Security #; no service in war; information provided by wife Elsie Scott of Cascade, ID
d. 7 Sept. 1946, age 29 days, 1 month, 62 years of coronary thrombosis in Scotts Nursing Home, Emmett; Dr. Newcombe
funeral 11 Sept. 1946 at Cascade Community Church, 2:00 pm, clergyman John Daly; burial 11 Sept. 1946, DeClark [Emmett Cemetery], Blk 1, ___ 223
- ↑ 1911-1951 Idaho Death Index - S surname (part 1 sa-sc), in IDGenWeb Archives, Secondary quality.
Scott, G. K., , d. 09/07/1946 in Emmett, Certificate #150287, b. 07/08/1884
- ↑ Idaho. Probate Court (Valley County). Letters of administration and oaths, ca. 1917-1936. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1987), p. 187, Primary quality.
Petition for Letters of Administration of the estate of Gilbert K. Scott also known as G. K. Scott, deceased, filed 28 September 1946 by Elsie W. Scott, hearing to be held Wednesday, 2 October 1946, 11:00 am at the Court Room of the County Court House
On 2 October 1946 Elsie W. Scott granted Letters of Administration of the estate of Gilbert K. Scott who died 7 September 1946, intestate, in Gem County, Idaho while resident of Valley County; on posting bond of $3500
- ↑ Valley county, Idaho, 1917-1947; FHL #1502890, in Idaho. Probate Court (Valley County). Inventory and appraisement, 1917-1947. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1987).
Estate of Gilbert K. Scott
On 2 October 1946
Fred J. Gardner, Forest E. Robb and J. H. Mosman appointed Appraisers
Elsie W. Scott provided inventory
Real Estate: Lots 13, 14, 15 and 16, Block 26, fifth Addition to the Village of Cascade, Valley county, ID - $3500.00
11 War Savings Bonds - $266.98
Personal Estate: Money on Deposit, First State Bank of Donnelly, ID - $417.90
Chrysler royal Sedan automobile - $1600.00
Miscellaneous Household furniture & furnishings - $300
Total: $5085.02 [sic]
- ↑ Idaho, United States. Idaho Marriages, 1878-1898; 1903-1942, Secondary quality.
Gilbert K. Scott, b. 1884, Lewisburg, Kan., age 28
and Elizabeth G. Coski, b. 1892, Lards [sic], Ida., age 20
Married 09 Sep 1912, Boise, Ada, Idaho
- ↑ Find A Grave, Memorial# 37006796.
G. K. Scott