Person:William Scott (183)

Watchers
m. 3 Jan 1833
  1. James Thomas Scott1833 - 1916
  2. William Covington Scott1836 - 1916
  3. Mary Ellen Scott1839 - 1904
  4. Joseph T. Scott1840 - 1917
  5. Margaret ScottEst 1843 -
  6. Robert T. ScottAbt 1846 - Abt 1863
  7. Gilbert Kimball ScottAbt 1849 - 1931
  8. David Garrett Scott1851 - 1916
  9. George Henry Scott1854 - 1935
m. 16 Jan 1872
  1. Fred Allen Scott1873 - 1962
  2. Orin Hailey Scott1875 - 1941
  3. Myrtis Badoura Scott1878 - 1961
  4. Orah Ellen Scott1888 - 1957
Facts and Events
Name William Covington Scott
Gender Male
Birth[1][2][14] 4 Feb 1836 East Nottingham, Chester, Pennsylvania, United States
Census[3] 1840 East Nottingham, Chester, Pennsylvania, United States
Census[4] 1850 East Nottingham, Chester, Pennsylvania, United States
Property[5] 8 Oct 1859 Putnam, Missouri, United Statspurchased property
Census[6] 1870 Putnam, Missouri, United StatesSherman Township
Marriage 16 Jan 1872 Putnam, Missouri, United Statesto Sarah Elmina Mehl
Property[7] 11 Apr, 7 Nov 1874 Putnam, Missouri, United Statespurchased property
Property[8] 25 Dec 1875 Putnam, Missouri, United Statespurchased property
Property[9] 15 Jun 1876 Putnam, Missouri, United Stateswith wife, signed loan sellingr her share of her father's estate
Census[10] 1880 Putnam, Missouri, United StatesUnion Townhip
Other[2] 8 May 1882 Putnam, Missouri, United Statesnamed as heir in mother's probate
Census[11] 1900 Putnam, Missouri, United StatesUnion Townhip
Census[12][13] 1910 Unionville, Putnam, Missouri, United Statesmoved to Unionville after wife died
Death[14][1][16] 22 Dec 1916 Unionville, Putnam, Missouri, United States
Probate[15] 3 Jan 1917 Putnam, Missouri, United StatesWill entered into probate
Burial[14][1][16] Unionville, Putnam, Missouri, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Patron Sheets, Batch 8031103; FHL #1260791, in Patron sheets, 1969-1991. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1970-1991), Sheet 31, Secondary quality.

    William Covington Scott, born E. Nottingham, Chester, PA, 4 February 1836; father William H. Scott; mother Mary A. Short. Source: tombstone of William C. Scott, information submitted by Mrs. Sharon W. Johnson (ggdaughter)

  2. 2.0 2.1 Bonds and Oaths, 1879-1940; FHL #1010801, in Missouri. Probate Court (Putnam County). Probate records, 1857-1940; index to probate records, 1853-1977. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1977), p. 23.

    Oath: Joe T. Scott, administrator of the estate of Mary A. Scott who died intestate in Putnam County, 3 February 1882, leaving heirs: Wm. H. Scott, husband; James T. Scott, Wm. C. Scott, Mary E. Wilson, Joe T. Scott, Gilbert K. Scott, Garrett D. Scott, George H. Scott. Signed 8 May 1882.

  3. Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Nottingham Township; NARA M704-454, in United States. 1840 U.S. Census Population Schedule, p. 237, Primary quality.

    Scott, William H., 1 m under 5 [William C.], 1 m 5-9 [James], 1 m 20-29 [William H.]; 1 f under 5 [Mary Ellen], 1 f 20-29 [Mary Ann]; 1 employed in manufacturing

  4. Pennsylvania, Chester County; NARA #M432-764, in United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule, HH 69, Family 70, Primary quality.

    William Scott, 44, male, miller, RE = $150, born DE
    , Mary, 36, female, b. MD
    , James, 16, male, born DE, attending school
    , William, 14, male, b. PA, attending school
    , Mary, 11, female, born PA
    , Joseph, 9, male, born PA, attending school
    , Robert, 4, male, born PA
    , Gilbert, 1, male, born PA

  5. Putnam County (Missouri). Recorder of Deeds. Deeds, 1847-1890; abstract and index of deeds, 1847-1889. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1977), Volume E; FHL ##1010772, Primary quality.

    Eli Stark and Sarah L. Stark his wife of Putnam County, Missouri
    for $192
    paid by William C. Scott of same county and state
    sell land in Putnam county
    NE1/4 of the NW1/4, Section 10, Township 66, Range 21
    containing 38.5 acres more or less
    Signed and sealed 8 Oct 1859
    Filed 15 Dec 1859

  6. Pulaski and Putnam Counties, Missouri; FHL #0552300, in United States. 1870 U.S. Census Population Schedule, HH 165, Family 165, Primary quality.

    Scott, W. C., age 33, farmer, RE = $600, PE = $1000, born PA, eligible to vote
    , W. H., age 64, farmer, born DE, eligible to vote
    , Mary A., age 54, keeps house, born MD
    , Gilbert, age 21, at home, born PA, eligible to vote
    , Garret D., age 18, at home, born PA, attends school
    , Geo. H., age 17, at home, born PA, attends school

  7. Volumes 11-12; FHL #1010779, in Putnam County (Missouri). Recorder of Deeds. Deeds, 1847-1890; abstract and index of deeds, 1847-1889. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1977), Vol. 11, pp. 377, 378, , Primary quality.

    p. 377
    George W. Phillips and wife to Wm C. Scott
    On 11 April 1874
    George W. Phillips and Rachel A. Phillips of Putnam County Missouri
    for $72.00 to them paid by
    William Scott of same place
    4 acres of over [sic] the West side of the E1/2 and two acres of the East side of the West 1/2 of the SW1/4 of the SW1/4 of Sec 4, T66, R19, containing 6 acres
    Signed George W. Phillips, Rachel A. Phillips
    Witness James L. Tyson, JP, Union township; Recorded 22 December 1874
    p. 378
    7 November 1874
    Christian Bright and Elizabeth Bright his wife of Wayne county Iowa
    for $20 to them paid by William Scott of Putnam county, Missouri
    sell land in Putnam county, Missouri
    Lots 5, 6, 7, 8 in Block 2 in the town of Williamsburg in the county of Putnam
    signed Christian X his mark Bright, Elizabeth Bright
    Witness John R. Frost, Notary Public of Seymour, Wayne county, Iowa, Charles David
    Recorded 22 Dec 1874

  8. Volumes 13-14; FHL #1010780, in Putnam County (Missouri). Recorder of Deeds. Deeds, 1847-1890; abstract and index of deeds, 1847-1889. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1977), Vol 14, p. 436, Primary quality.

    On 25 Dec 1875
    Asa C. Lupton and Emaline Lupton his wife of Putnam County, MO, of the first part
    and William C. Scott of Putnam County, Mo, part of the 2nd part
    who paid $80 for land in Putnam County
    Eleven acres of the West side of the E1/2 of Lot No. 1 of the NE1/4 of Sec 4, T66, R19
    [not signed in deed book]
    Witness James S. Tyson, JP
    Filed 19 Dec 1876

  9. Volumes 15-16; FHL #1010781, in Putnam County (Missouri). Recorder of Deeds. Deeds, 1847-1890; abstract and index of deeds, 1847-1889. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1977), Volume 15, p. 333.

    Wm C. Scott and Sarah E. Scott his wife of Putnam County, Missouri
    are held and firmly bound to John W. Mehl and James H. Skipper
    in the sum of $900
    on 15 June 1876
    Under the conditions
    on payment of 3 notes bearing dates of
    25 Aug 1876 for $100
    25 Aug 1877 for $125
    25 Aug 1878 for $125
    bearing interest at 10% per annum from and after maturity
    and all the interest that may be due thereon
    [Wm. and Sarah] shall convey to John W. Mehl and James H. Skipper right and title to the Real Estate belonging to the estate of Frederick Mehl late deceased and situate in Putnam County, Missouri, being our interest in the same and equal to the Undivided 1//6 part thereof, by Warrantee Deed
    and in the meantime shall permit John W. Mehl and James H. Skipper to occupy and improve the said premises for their own use
    then this obligation shall be void, otherwise to remain in full force & effect
    Signed and Sealed, W. C. Scott, Sarah E. Scott
    Witnessed by A. S. Runyon, Notary Public on 15 June 1876
    Filed 24 Oct 1876

  10. Missouri, Putnam County; FHL #1254711, in United States. 1880 U.S. Census Population Schedule, HH 170, Family 171.

    Scott, William C., age 44, farmer, born PA, father born DE, mother born MD
    , Sarah E., age 31, wife, keeping house, born OH, both parents born Germany
    , Fred A., son, age 7, born MO, attended school
    , Orrin H., son, age 5, born MO, attended school
    , Ma[rtha] B., age 2, daughter, b. MO

  11. Missouri, Putnam County; FHL #1240884 , in United States. 1900 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T624), HH 139, Family 142, Primary quality.

    Scott, William C., white male, born February 1836, age 64, married 29 years, born Pennsylvanian, father born Delaware, mother born Maryland, able to read, write, speak English, owns farm free of mortgage.
    , Sarah E., wife, white female, born August 1848, age 51, 4 children (4 living), born Ohio, both parents born Germany, able to read, write, speak English
    , Mindie B., daughter, born May 1878, age 22, single, born Missouri, able to read, write, speak English, at school
    , Ora E., daughter, born November 1888, age 11, single, born Missouri, able to read, write, speak English, at school

  12. Missouri, Putnam County; FHL #1374819, in United States. 1910 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T623), Union City, Union Township HH 128, Family 129, Primary quality.

    Scott, William C., white male, age 74, widower, married 34 years, 4 children (4 living), born PA, father born MD, mother born MD, real estate agent, general [?], wage worker, owns house free of mtg.
    , Ora E., daughter, white female, age 21, single, born MO, father born PA, mother born OH, housekeeper, at home

  13. Mary Ida (Scott) Godfrey, Sept. 13, 1960, in Scott Family Letters, Secondary quality.
  14. 14.0 14.1 14.2 Union Church Cemetery, Sherman Township, in Phillips, Sarah Lemen. Putnam County, Missouri cemeteries: information obtained by stone readings and additional data from Unionville Republican; readings to 1980 inclusive. (Kirksville, Missouri: Simpson Printing, c1990), p. 291.

    Putnam County, MO, Cemeteries; LDS #1698083, items 26 and 27
    Information from stone readings and Unionville Republican, to 1980 inclusive; Scott, William C., b. 4 Feb 1836, d. 22 Dec. 1916

  15. Testamentary Letters, Administrator's Letters, Executors bonds, 1876-1940; FHL #1010800, in Missouri. Probate Court (Putnam County). Probate records, 1857-1940; index to probate records, 1853-1977. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1977), Primary quality.

    See William Covington Scott for abstracts

  16. 16.0 16.1 Putnam County, in Missouri, United States. Death Certificates. (Missouri State Archives), No. 42210, Primary quality.

    William C. Scott, white male, widowed, b. Wilmington, Delaware, 4 Feb 1836; d. 22 Dec 1916, Unionville, Putnam County, Missouri, age 80 yrs, 10 mo, 18 da
    Burial 24 Dec 1916, Union Church, Unionville, MO, Wentworth Merc Co, Undertaker
    Retired (8 yrs) Farmer
    Father William H. Scott b. West Chester, PA; Mother Mary Short b. West Chester PA, information provieded by F. A. Scott, Unionville, MO