Person:Mary Scott (177)

Mary Ellen Scott
d.27 Dec 1904
m. 3 Jan 1833
  1. James Thomas Scott1833 - 1916
  2. William Covington Scott1836 - 1916
  3. Mary Ellen Scott1839 - 1904
  4. Joseph Theodore 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. 13 Aug 1856
  1. William J. Wilson1858 -
  2. Alvanza M. WilsonAbt 1860 - 1882
  3. Anna H Wilsonest 1863 -
  4. Mary Melinda Jane Wilson1867 - 1934
  5. John M. Wilson1872 - 1922
  6. George Gilbert Wilson1883 - 1953
Facts and Events
Name Mary Ellen Scott
Gender Female
Birth[9][3][8][10] 2 Sep 1839 Chester, Pennsylvania, United StatesEast Nottingham
Census[2] 1840 Chester, Pennsylvania, United States
Census[3] 1850 Chester, Pennsylvania, United States
Marriage 13 Aug 1856 to George H. Wilson
Census[4] 1860 Chester, Pennsylvania, United States
Residence[10] 1865 Putnam, Missouri, United States
Census[5] 1870 Putnam, Missouri, United States
Census[6] 1880 Putnam, Missouri, United States
Other[1] 8 May 1882 Putnam, Missouri, United Statesnamed in mother's probate
Census[9] 1900 Putnam, Missouri, United StatesYork Township
Death[7] 27 Dec 1904
Burial[7][10] 29 Dec 1904 Putnam, Missouri, United StatesWyreka Cemetery
Obituary[10] aft 29 Dec 1904 newsclipping
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  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, Primary quality.

    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.

  2. 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

  3. 3.0 3.1 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

  4. Pennsylvania, , Chester, Elk, in United States. 1860 U.S. Census Population Schedule, HH 766, Fam 753, Primary quality.

    George Wilson, 29, male, pumpmaker, Real Estate 300, Personal Estate 150, b. PA
    , Mary, 20, female, b. PA
    , Wm. J., 2, male, b. PA

  5. Missouri, Putnam, York Township, PO Unionville; FHL #0552300 , in United States. 1870 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publications M593 and T132), HH 121, Family 121, Primary quality.

    Wilson, Geo. H., age 40, farmer, born PA, RE = $350, PE = $350, eligible to vote
    , Mary E., age 32, keeps house, born PA
    , Wm. J., age 12, born PA, attends school
    , Elvray M., age 9, born MD, attends school
    , Mary J., age 3, born MO

  6. Missouri, Putnam County, York Township; LDS #1254711, in United States. 1880 U.S. Census Population Schedule, HH 145, Family 148, Primary quality.

    Wilson, George H., 50, carpenter and Minister, b. PA, both parents b. PA
    , Mary E., 41, wife, keeping house, b. MD, both parents b. DE
    , Alvanza M., 18, son, farmer, attending school, b. MD
    , Mary J., 13, daughter, attending school, b. MO
    , John M., 8, son, attending school, b. MO

  7. 7.0 7.1 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. 356, Secondary quality.

    Wyreka Cemetery, York Township
    Wilson, Mary E. wife of Rev. George H., d. 27 Dec 1904, age 67y, 3m, 25d

  8. Ancestral File, Secondary quality.

    Mary E. Scott, b. 1839, E. Nottingham, Chester, PA, parents William Hazelton Scott and Mary Ellen Short

  9. 9.0 9.1 Missouri, Putnam, York Township, in United States. 1900 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T624), HH 157, Fam 157, Primary quality.

    Millsap, John, b. Dec 1857, age 42, married 17 yrs, b. MO, both parents b. MO, farmer, owns farm with Mtg
    , Mary J., wife, b. Feb 1867, 23, married 17 years. 6 children, all living, b. MO, fa b. PA, mo b. MD
    , Alvanza M., son, b. May 1885, 15, single, b. MO, farm laborer
    , William, son, b. July 1888, 11, single, b. MO, at school
    , David L., son, b. Sept 1892, 7, single, b. MO, at school
    , John D., son, b. Mar 1897, 3, single, b. MO
    , Mary, dau, b. Sept 1899, age 8 months, b. MO
    Wilson, Mary E., mother-in-law, b. Sep 1839, 61, widow, 4 children living, b. MD, fa b. DE, mo b. DE, owns farm free of Mtg
    , John M., brother-in-law, b. Aug 1872, 28, married 2 yrs, b. MO, fa b. PA, mo b. MD, farmer
    , George D., brother-in-law, b. Feb 1883, 17, single, b. MO, fa b. PA, mo b. MD, farm Laborer
    , Josephine E., sister-in-law, b. July 1875, age 24, married, 1 child (living), b. IL, fa b. IL, mo b. NH
    , [Helen??], niece, b. 1898, age 1, b. MO
    [Note: This page is difficult to read, very badly transcribed and indexed.]

  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 10.3 Anon, n.d., newsclipping.

    Mrs. Mary Ellen Wilson, wife of Geo. H. Wilson, was born in Chester county, Pennsylvania, A. D., September 2, 1838, and departed this life A. D. December 27, 1904.

    Miss Mary Ellen Scott, as was her maiden name, was well and variably known by friends in the parts of Pennsylvania where she grew from childhood to womanhood. It was during the early years of her life that she felt the need of a Savior and found one in Jesus Christ, whom she testified as being precious ever afterwards. It was soon after her conversion that she united with the M. P. church and continued in its services until her husband, Geo. H. Wilson, was ordained a minister in the U. B. church. She then felt it her duty to unite with the church of her husband's choice and has continued in its services until the time of her death. She was married to Geo. H. Wilson Aug. 13, 1856, and to this union was born six children -- four boys and two girls. Two of the six, Alvanza M., and Anna H., preceded her to the better world. The four remaining children William J. of Crawford, Neb., John M., Geo. Gilbert and Mary J. Milsap of Powersville, MO., are left with six brothers and many friends to mourn her loss. It was in 1865 that she moved to Putnam county, Mo., where she has resided since. In this community Mrs. Wilson was well known. By others than her family she was best known among those whom kinds words and charity was their comforter.

    Her sickness was first noticed about two weeks ago on Sunday preceding her death. On Tuesday she was taken suddenly bad and gradually grew worse until about 4. p. m Tuesday when the last indications of life, suddenly disappeared. Her age was 66 years, 3 months and 25 days.

    The funeral was conducted Dec. 29 1904, at the U. B. Church, Powersville, Mo, by the pastor, Rev. R. J. Allred, assisted by Rev. G. W. Hardeman, of the M. P. church and interment made at Wyreka cemetery.