Person:Helen Scott (11)

Watchers
m. Abt 1824
  1. Sophia C. Scott1825 -
  2. Amanda M. Scott1831 -
  3. Sewell Burket Scott1832 - 1909
  4. Helen Houston ScottAbt 1834 - 1867
  5. Emma Scott1835 -
m. 24 Jan 1853
  1. James Edgar McCroneAbt 1853 -
  2. John McCroneAbt 1855 - Bef 1863
  3. William Scott McCroneAbt 1859 -
  4. Ellen Cora McCroneAbt 1861 -
  5. John Herbert McCroneAbt 1863 -
  6. Laura Belle McCroneAbt 1866 -
Facts and Events
Name[3][5] Helen Houston Scott
Gender Female
Birth[1] Abt 1834 Pennsylvania, United States
Census[1] 1850 Cecil, Maryland, United StatesElkton
Marriage 24 Jan 1853 Cecil, Maryland, United Statesto James Smith McCrone
Other[6] 8 Apr 1854 Cecil, Maryland, United Statesnamed in mother's will
Census[2] 1860 Baltimore, Maryland, United StatesDistrict 12 (PO Rossville)
Death[4] 3 Jun 1867 Rossville, Baltimore (county), Maryland, United States
Obituary[4] 5 Jun 1867 Baltimore (independent city), Maryland, United States
Burial[4] Baltimore (independent city), Maryland, United StatesBaltimore Cemetery
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Elkton, Cecil County, Maryland (3rd Electoral District, 1st Subdivision), in United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Primary quality.

    William Scott, 60 male, farmer, b. Georgia
    , Margaret, 59 female
    , Thomas, 29 male, farmer, b. DE
    , Sewall B., 17, male, farmer, b. PA
    , Amanda, 19, female, b. PA
    , Helen, 16, female, b. PA
    , Emma, 15, female, b. PA
    William McDannele, 22, farmer, Cecil Co.
    Gilbert Ruter, 11, b. Cecil Co.

  2. Baltimore (District 12), Maryland, in United States. 1860 U.S. Census Population Schedule, HH 513, Fam 528, Primary quality.

    McCrone, James, 40, farmer, RE = $18,000, PE = $2,500, b. DE
    , Hellen, 29, b. PA
    , James, 7, b. MD
    , John, 5, b. MD
    , William, 1, b. MD
    Harris, Rebecca, 30, servant, b. NJ
    , Ann, 5, b. NJ
    Hutton, James, 14, b. MD
    Thomson, George, 13, b. MD

  3. Mary Ida (Scott) Godfrey, in Scott Family Letters, Secondary quality.

    Helen appears to be the "Aunt Helen" referred to in Mary Ida's letter. See discussion of An 1850 Census Family on William Hazelton Scott's page.

  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 The Sun, Baltimore, Maryland, p. 2, Column B, 5 June 1867.

    Died
    McCrone -- On the 3rd instant, at Rossville, Baltimore County, Mrs. Helen H. McCrone, in the 39th year of her age.
    Her burial will take place at Baltimore Cemetery this (Wednesday) afternoon, at half-past four o'clock.

  5. McIntyre Family Tree, in Scott Family websites, Secondary quality.
  6. Cecil County, Margaret Scott (1854-44), in Maryland, United States. Maryland, Probate Estate and Guardianship Files, 1796-1940. (FamilySearch Record Search), Primary quality.

    In the name of God Amen I Margaret Scott of Cecil County and State of Maryland, being sick and week in body . . . .
    My body to be decently buried . . . my debts and funeral charges and my board from last Christmas to the time of my death [to be ] paid . . .
    to my son Sewall B. Scott $25
    to my daughter Susan Kerman, wife of William Kirman, $50
    to my daughter Sophia C. Todd the sum of $25
    to my daughter Amanda M. Scott $25
    to my daughter Julia Emma Scott $25
    to my Executor my house and lot in the Northern liberties in the State of Pennsylvania, which was devised to me by the last will and testament of my late father Jacob Burkhard, to be sold as soon after my death as may be, and the proceeds applied to payment of my debts, funeral charges and board and then to the payment of the legacies herein before bequeathed to my children, and if there be any proceeds undisposed . . . to be divided between my children Sewall, Helen McCrone, Sophia Todd, Amanda M., and Julia Ema Scott . . . and none of my other children shall have any part of my estate
    and my son-in-law Levi Todd of Cecil County and State of Maryland to be executor
    Signed 8 April 1854, Margaret Scott
    Witnesses, J. S. Hanes, Thomas S. Scott, Richd Grason
    -------
    On 8 May 1854, Levi Todd entered will into probate
    and John S. Hanes, Thomas S. Scott, and Richard Grayson made oath as witnesses