Person:Samuel Scott (49)

Samuel C. Scott
Facts and Events
Name Samuel C. Scott
Gender Male
Property[3] 1785 Wilkes, Georgia, United Statesgranted 300 acres on Savannah River in what is now Lincoln County under Head-Right Warrant
Death[1][2] bef 1 Sep 1817 Lincoln, Georgia, United States
Probate[1][2] 1 Sep 1817 Lincoln, Georgia, United StatesLetters of Administration granted to John Griffin, with William Covington and Peyton Hawes as Surety

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Lincoln County, Minutes 1799-1852, Vol N & U-W, in Georgia, United States. Georgia, Probate Records, 1742-1975, Book N, p. 69 [Image 56] , Primary quality.

    Ordered that letters of Administration be granted to John Griffin on the estate and Effects of Samuel C. Scott decd securities Payton Hawes and William Covington in the sum of twenty thousand dollars for performance.

  2. 2.0 2.1 Lincoln County, Administration Bonds 1830-1845, Volumes 23-34, in Georgia, United States. Georgia, Probate Records, 1742-1975, Vol 23, p. 234 (Image 140), Primary quality.

    1 September 1817
    John Griffin Peyton Haws and William Covington of Lincoln County, Georgia are bound in the some of $20,000. The condition being that John Griffin Administrator of the Goods Chattels and Credits of Samuel C. Scott decd do make a true and perfect inventory of all Goods Chattels and Credits and Exhibit [it] into the Court [and any balance remaining after the Administration] shall deliver and pay to any person Entitled to the same by law
    Recorded 25 September 1839

  3. Perryman, Clinton J. History of Lincoln County, Georgia. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1960), Appendix A, p. 242, Secondary quality.

    note: An Alexander Scott was granted another 300 acres on Soap Creek the same year