Scott Family History & Genealogy
Biographies & Family Trees
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- -- Scott to Arloa Scott
- Arlond Scott to Bret Scott
- Brett Scott to Cledith Scott
- Cleeta Scott to Derreal Scott
- Derrel Scott to Elweda Scott
- Elwell Scott to Frederich Scott
- Frederick Scott to Haywood Scott
- Hayword Scott to Jenkins Scott
- Jenna Scott to Lallage Scott
- Lallie Scott to Lorraine Scott
- Lorrayne Scott to Matilea Scott
- Matin Scott to Nelwyn Scott
- Nema Scott to Pierce Scott
- Piercy Scott to Ruben Scott
- Rubena Scott to Sumner Scott
- Sun Scott to Vency Scott
- Vender Scott to Zella Scott
- Zelleaphea Scott to Zur Scott
Most Common First Names
- John 3.4%
- William 3.3%
- James 3.0%
- Robert 2.3%
- Mary 2.0%
- George 1.6%
- Charles 1.4%
- Thomas 1.3%
- Walter 1.1%
- Joseph 0.8%
Scott Last Name History & Origin
Nationality & Ethnicity
These are the earliest records we have of the Scott family.
- John De Balliol Le Scott born 1290
- Sir William Scott born 1320
- Unk Scott born 1330
- Sir Richard Guildford Scott born 1455
- Catherine Scott born 1478
- Thomas Scott of Scott Petgorno born 1479
- Sir Reginald Reynold Scott, Knight and High Sheriff of Kent in 1541 born 1495
- Thomas Scott born 1515
- Pashley Scott born 1517
- Edmund Scott born 1524
Scott Death Records & Life Expectancy
According to our database of 167,388 people with the last name Scott that have a birth and death date listed:
These are the longest-lived members of the Scott family on AncientFaces.
Darla Hobbs DeLaRosa
John S. Mckay
HOMESTEADING IN KANSAS
By Phyllis Bauer Delmont
"All you really need to take along to Kansas is a lookin' glass and a rocking chair. then you can sit and rock and watch yourself starve to death Kansas by Roscoe Fleming)
Ten years earlier and fifteen miles southeast Willa Cather's setting for †O Pioneers!,my great grandparents homesteaded in Kansas .Enoch and Piety (Haworth) Scott left Indiana in 1869 with six children, stopping in Iowa with friends for a time and adding two more children to the family before moving on.
They arrived in Kansas in 1871.There first home was a dugout gouged out in the side of a hill. In 1872 a grasshopper invasion leveled anything green.
Piety wrote letters back home to her parents full of homesickness, describing the hard life on the prairie. They are presented as written and with Quaker dating.
Third month the 19th 1875
I don't know of any body that is able to help there selves the friends (Quakers) has been sending some help to friends here and they divide with us as they do with others but there has not bin enough. If we had not belonged to friends and a got help thet way I don't know what would of become of us.
10th month 16th 1879
Well we have had rather bad luck this fall we lost to hogs the too was worth 25 dollars.
Third month 14th 1880
mother I dremp last knight of going in the old garden to gather green apples. O I would like to see thee and the rest of the folks. we have some corn not near enough to do us. we had good early potatoes but late ones did no good the hot weather and the bugs spoilt them we had over 7 hundred cabbages set out and tended them good but worms and dry weather did not let them do much good. i don't know what will become of so many as there is that has nothing to go on.
In a small Quaker cemetery, that is still well cared for, Enoch and Piety buried five of six children born on the prairie. These deaths were never mentioned in the letters. After they moved to the near by town of Burr Oak in 1882 two more children were born and lived.
I never knew my Grandparents even though we all lived in Michigan. One of Asa's sisters married a Horen and they lived in Bay City, Michigan and much of that side of the family is still located in the surrounding areas. My sisters all live in Michigan although I have moved to Washington State and have lived here since 1959. I hope one day to find family pictures or such of any of this family.
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