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John Scott, 1761-1843, an American Revolutionary veteran, being the son of Thomas, and some of his descendants

by Kenneth R. Scott
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Greenwood, Indiana : K.R. Scott, c1975
179 leaves. : ill., ports.

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John Scott, son of Thomas Scott (ca. 1730-1770), was born in 1761. He served in the Revolutionary War from Pittsylvania County, Virginia, and saw action at the siege of Yorktown. He married Sophia Murray 18 Nov. 1782 in Pittsylvania County. They had five sons and four daughters. He died in Cumberland County, Kentucky, 24 Mar. 1843. Descendants lived in Kentucky, Illinois, Iowa, Tennessee and elsewhere.

Includes the Bow, Kerr, Short, Stephens, Watson and other related families.

Includes index.

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