Person:Nathaniel Scott (5)

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Nathaniel Scott
b.Bef 1736
m. Bef 24 Dec 1773
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Name Nathaniel Scott
Gender Male
Birth[3] Bef 1736
Residence[8] 8 Apr 1772 Anson, North Carolina, United States
Marriage Bef 24 Dec 1773 to Jerusha Huntley
Property[5] 22 Jan 1773 Anson, North Carolina, United StatesGrants No. 115 and No. 135 issued
Property[4][6] 20 Nov 1782 Anson, North Carolina, United StatesEntered on land; Grant No. 665 issued 14 Oct 1783
Property[7] 1 July 1785 Anson, North Carolina, United StatesEntered onland; Grant No. 898 issue 7 Aug 1787
Census[2] 1790 Anson, North Carolina, United States
Property[8] 10 Jul 1792 Anson, North Carolina, United Statessold 275 acres land
Property[10] 6 Mar 1793 Anson, North Carolinabought 100 acres
Property[9] 16 Apr 1793 Anson, North Carolina, United Statessold 300 acres land
Census[3] 1800 Anson, North Carolina, United States
Will[1] 4 Sep 1800 Anson, North Carolina, United Stateswrote will
Death[1] 1801 Anson, North Carolina, United States
Probate[1] Jul 1801 Anson, North Carolina, United States

Person of Interest for Scott DNA Family in Georgia, Maryland and North Carolina

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Anson, Wills, 1802-1812, in North Carolina, United States. North Carolina Probate Records, 1735-1970, Vol. 2, p. 155 (image 112), Secondary quality.

    To my beloved wife Jerusha Scott, 100 acres of land, 6 negros and their increase
    To Sybel Wharton formerly sybel Spencer, five pounds
    Executors wife Jerusha Scott and her daughter Lydia Wade, together with Joseph Spencer Esq. of Burke county
    Signed 4 September 1800
    Witnesses Jesse Jernigan, William Wood, Thomas Gewent
    Proved in Court July 1801
    [Note: Sybel Wharton is his step-daughter. See Documented Wife of Judge Samuel Spencer of Anson Co.NC: Sybil TISDALE-not PEGUES (Message No. 500) posted by M. G. Spencer, December 08, 2005, on Pegues Family Genealogy Forum; and Re: Documented Wife of Judge Samuel Spencer of Anson Co.NC: Sybil TISDALE-not PEGUES (Message No. 619) posted by edward pattillo, August 27, 2011.]

  2. Anson, North Carolina, in Anson, North Carolina, United States. 1790 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Primary quality.

    Nath'l Scott, 2 males 16 and over, 1 female

  3. 3.0 3.1 Fayetteville, Anson, North Carolina, in Anson, North Carolina, United States. 1800 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Primary quality.

    Nathaniel Scott, 1 male 45 and over, 1 female, 45 and over

  4. Mars File No. 4505, Nathaniel Scott, Anson County, Land Office Land Warrants, Secretary of State Record Group, Repository:North Carolina State Archives, Secondary quality.

    75 acres, Beg. at a stake the fifth corner of the land he lives on
    Book 52, p. 93
    Entry 1088

  5. Mars File Nos. 2962 and 2914, Nathaniel Scott, Anson County, Land Office Land Warrants, Secretary of State Record Group, Repository:North Carolina State Archives, Secondary quality.

    Grant No. 135:
    200 acres On the So. Wt side of Pedee River
    Book 22, Page 153
    Grant No. 115:
    200 acres On the So. Wt. side of the PeeDee River Beg. at a stake at the end of Wm Scotts end line
    Book 22, page 147

  6. Nathaniel Scott's Grant No. 655, in Anson County, North Carolina Deed Book 4, page 244 (photocopy from Yvonne Scott), Secondary quality.

    [Excerpt]
    To all to whom these presents shall come
    for the sum of Fifty shillings for Every hundred acres hereby granted
    paid by Nathaniel Scott for
    Seventy Five acres Lying & being in our County of Anson
    Beginning at a stake the 5th corner of the Land he lives on and also Lydia Tisdales Beginning & Runs No. 88 wt. 100 poles on the sd Scotts Line to his 4th corner in Thomas's line then so. 2 wt 150 poles on the sd Thomas's line to Nath. Dabbs Line then so. 88 Et with sd Dabb's 100 poles to Lydia Tisdales Line then No. 2 Et. 150 poles with her Line to the Beginning
    At Hillsbor. the 14th Day of October in the 8th year of our Independence & in the year of our Lord 1783
    [Note: Lydia Tisdale is Nathaniel's step-daughter prior to her marriage]]

  7. Mars File No. 4757, Nathaniel Scott, Anson County, Land Office Land Warrants, Secretary of State Record Group, Repository:North Carolina State Archives, Secondary quality.

    100 Acres, Beg. at two white oaks and hicory the said Nathaniel and William Scotts corner on the water of Pinch Gutt
    Book 64, page 208

  8. 8.0 8.1 Anson County, North Carolina Deed Book E, p. 272 (photocopy), Secondary quality.

    [Excerpt]
    Indenture, 10 Jul 1792
    Between Nathaniel Scott of Anson County, North Carolina
    and John Mills of same place
    who paid One Hundred Pounds Lawfull money for
    Two Hundred & Seventy five acres of land
    one tract
    begining at a Stake at the end of the said Scotts 3rd line and in William Scotts 3rd line on the East side of the middle fork of Pinch gutt Branch of Brown Creek and Runs thence So. 2 Wt. 40 poles William Scotts 3rd line Thomases 3rd line then So. 88 Et 60 poles with his said 3rd line then So 2 Wt 210 poles with his 4th line then So 88 Et 119 poles then No 2 Et 250 poles to the End of said Scotts 2nd line then No. 88 Wt 179 poles with his 3rd line to the first station granted to the said Nathaniel Scott 8th of April 1772 containing Two Hundred acres
    also one other Tract
    Begining at a stake the fifth corner of the land above Discribed also Liddo Tisdals Beginning & runs No 88 Wt 100 poles on the said Scotts line to his fourth corner in Thmoases Line then So 2 Wt 180 poles on said Thomases line to Natl Dabbs line then So 88 Et with said Dabbs line 100 poles to Lidda Tisdals line then No. 280 poles with her line to the Begining granted to Nathaniel December 3d 1781
    Signed Nathaniel Scott
    Witnesses: Stephen Pace, Sarah Bird, Callron Pace
    [Note: This appears to be land from Grants 135 and 665]

  9. Nathaniel Scott to Henry Seuton [sic], in Anson County, North Carolina Deed Book C2, p. 164 [photocopy], Secondary quality.

    [Excerpt]
    Indenture 16 April 1793
    Between Nathal. Scott of Anson County, North Carolina
    And Henry Seuton of same place [also transcribed Lacton, Leutons, Leuton]
    Who paid one hundred & fifty Pounds
    For a tract of land
    Beginning at two white oaks and a hickory he said Nathl. & William Scots corner & runs So 88 East 179 poles crossing a prong of Pinch gut with the said Nathl. Scots old line to his corner then No. 5 West 65 poles to a stake in or near McLendons line then No. 88 West 170 Poles to a Poplar Bentons corner on the said fork of Pinch gut then the same course No. 88 West 178 poles on Bentons line to a Stake in the said line then So. 60 poles to a Stake in Wm. Scots line then S. 88 East 178 poles on his line to the Beginning Containing one hundred acres
    As also one other tract
    Beginning at a stake at the end of Wm. Scots second line among 2 white oaks & one hickory Pointers standing on the West side of the middle fork of Pinch gut Branch of Brown Creek about half a mile above the mouth of said fork and Runs thence So 88 East 179 poles then So 2 West 179 poles then no 88 West 179 poles to Wm. Scots third line then No. 2 west with his said third line reverse to the first Station including 200 acres
    Including in all three hundred acres
    Signed Nathaniel Scot
    Witnesses Thos. Clinton, Hum Yarbrough
    [Note: this appears to be the sale of land from Grants No. 115, and 898]

  10. Joshua Prout to Nathaniel Scott, in Anson County, North Carolina Deed Book C2, page 163 [Photocopy], Secondary quality.

    Indenture 6 Mar 1793
    Between Joshua Prout
    And Nathaniel Scott
    Both of Anson County, North Carolina
    Scott paid Seventy Pounds Specie for
    Land on the So Wt side of the Pee Dee river
    Beginning at a W. oak on the So. East side of Buffelow Creek about 100 pole above Leonard Higdons Survey & Runs from thence No 42 Wt 127 poles to a Stake amongst 2 black oaks & one post oak pointers from thence So. 48 Wt 127 poles to a stake among 3 black oaks Pointers thence So. 42 East 127 poles to the first Station
    Containing one hundred acres more or less
    Granted 22 Jan 1773 to Moses Tallant, sold by Joshua Prout by James Vanderford
    Signed Joshua Prout
    Witnesses Lydia Wade, John Stvent [also transcribed Stevent – could be Stevens??]
    [Note: Lydia Wade is Nathaniel Scott’s step-daughter after her marriage]