Person:Owen Scott (2)

Owen Scott
  1. Jacob Scott
  2. Owen ScottAbt 1780 - 1865
  • HOwen ScottAbt 1780 - 1865
  • W.  Kissah Earlywine (add)
m. 7 Jul 1835
Facts and Events
Name Owen Scott
Gender Male
Birth? Abt 1780 Washington, Butler Co., PABirth of Scott, Owen
Marriage Abt 1803 to Mary Winlin
Marriage 7 Jul 1835 to Kissah Earlywine (add)
Death? 2 Jan 1865 Richland Twp., Rush Co., INDeath of Scott, Owen
Burial? Pleasant Run Cemetary, 3 mi. N of RichlandBurial of Scott, Owen

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m1. Mary Scott" m2. Kissiah Earlywine Residence: Rush County, Indiana Burial: unknown but prob. Pleasant Run Cemetery, 3 mi. N. of Richland Source: Papers of Otis D Spurgeon Genealogy by Otis Doyal Spurgeon, Clinton County, Indiana Birth of Owen SCOTT given in Apple as 17?? by Robert A Spurgeon Birth of Owen SCOTT given as 1780 in Scott Family History, by Walter Scott in Frankfort Library, Frankfort , Clinton County, Indiana Death: Jan 02 1865 in VSP1P1 This is the one used Death: Jan 16 1865 in Scott Family History, by Walter Scott in Frankfort Library, Frankfort, Clinton County, Indiana was ignored. (this is date will was probated per same source) "He migrated to Hamilton County, Onio, perhaps during the panic of 1819. (Whitewater Twp. ?) and from here to Rush Co. IN. He entered land from the government in 1821 and 1823 in Anderson Twp. Rush Co. and later in Richland Twp. His will was probated Jan 16, 1865 in Rush Co. and a copy can be found in the Rush County Clerk office. His burial place is unknown at the present, but it seems likely to the writer that he is buried in the Pleasant Run Cemetery, three miles north of Richland. He was married twice, the first wife Mary, died Sept 19, 1834. ... His second wife was Kissah(sic) Earlywine. They were married July 7, 1835. He was said to be a man of rather large stature, resembling his son, Isaac in stature and facial features. In his later years he made several trips to Clinton Conty Indiana visiting his sons and taking treatments for cataracts of the eye in Indianapolis." Source: Scott Family History, by Walter Scott in Frankfort Library, Frankfort, Cllnton County, Indiana.

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