Moving note to talk page [9 April 2012]
Note: Correction: The DNA of Person:James Scott (155) only matches the DNA OF Britton Scott and Nathaniel Scott on 35/37 alleles. However, he does match William Hazelton Scott on 36/37 alleles. (Thanks - done--GayelKnott 01:09, 5 April 2012 (EDT))--GayelKnott 01:36, 9 April 2012 (EDT)
Dennis Scott, Revolutionary Soldier [9 April 2012]
Scotty, you might want to have a look at the 1850 Census record for Dennis Scott. I don't think he's your ancestor.
On a different front, for the John Baptist Scott b. 1804, son of William Scott and Elizabeth Rieves, do you know where the name Baptist comes from? While rummaging around in Ancestry records, I ran across a Baptist Scott in Florida who comes from Georgia, and whose father apparently comes from Maryland, with connections back to Cecil County and (possibly) to Queen Anne's County. It's all very tenuous, but I'll keep poking. In the meantime, this looks like another example of a family name being used as a given name.--GayelKnott 02:02, 9 April 2012 (EDT)