William Scott, of Augusta County, VA and Lincoln County, KY
m. Est. 1748-1760
- Robert ScottBef 1764 - Bef 1816
- William Scott, of Augusta County, VA and Lincoln County, KYBef 1766 -
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||William Scott, of Augusta County, VA and Lincoln County, KY
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William Scott was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA
Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:
- Page 218.--To William Scott, of Lincoln County. (No further information listed).
- Page 287.--17th January, 1786. William Scott and Agness to William Scott, of Lincoln County.
Disposition of Land from Chalkley's:
- Page 414.--20th September, 1786. William Scott, of Lincoln County, to James Ewing. Delivered to Joseph Ewing, son of the grantee, 4th January, 1800.
Records of William Scott in Augusta County, VA
- Vol. 1 - File No. 927.--Scott vs. Scott. John Scott complains that William Scott, formerly of Augusta County, and late of Lincoln County, now in Kentucky, being indebted to John Adams, executed his bond, dated 1st September, 1785, shortly thereafter left this State and hath gone to parts unknown, having first sold his land to James Ewen, now deceased.
- Vol. 1 - File No. 927.--Scott vs. Clinebill. William Scott complains, 1st March, 1802, that several years ago he laid off a town on his lands known by name of Middle Brook. George Clinebill drew lot 28.