Robert Baird Scott

DESCENDANTS OF
ROBERT BAIRD SCOTT

Submitted by Ralph F. Scott

Generation No. 1

  1. ROBERT BAIRD1 SCOTT was born 1788 in Pennsylvania. He married ELIZABETH BURT September 14, 1810 in Scioto County ,Ohio, daughter of BENJAMIN BURT and RHODA (UNPROVEN).

Children of ROBERT SCOTT and ELIZABETH BURT are:

  1. HANNAH M.2 SCOTT, m. DEMAS H. CUTLER, March 02, 1843, Scioto County, Ohio.
    2. ii. BENJAMIN B. SCOTT, b. November 24, 1811, Scioto County, Ohio; d. January 29, 1867, Scioto County,Ohio.
    3. iii. JULIA O. SCOTT, b. Abt. 1816, Scioto County, Ohio.
    4. iv. PERRY SCOTT, b. January 10, 1818, Porter Twp.Scioto County, Ohio; d. April 20, 1896, Portland,Multnomah Co. Oregon.

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  1. v. ELIZABETH SCOTT, b. 1820, Scioto County,Ohio. 6. vi. URIAH BONSER SCOTT, b. March 25, 1827, Porter Twp.Scioto County,Ohio; d. June 23, 1913, Hayes,Clark County,Washington.
    7. vii. MARIA L. SCOTT, b. December 10, 1832, Porter Twp.Scioto County, Ohio; d. August 09, 1900, Ironton,Lawrence Co.Ohio ?.

Generation No. 2

  1. BENJAMIN B.2 SCOTT (ROBERT BAIRD1) was born November 24, 1811 in Scioto County,Ohio, and died January 29, 1867 in Scioto County,Ohio.
    He married (1) DOROTHY YELEY April 28, 1836 in Scioto County,Ohio, daughter of PETER YELEY. He married
    (2) ANNA ELIZABETH PYLES January 29, 1851 in Scioto County,Ohio.
    He married (3) ELIZABETH RICKARDS October 30, 1854 in Scioto County,Ohio.
    He married (4) JULIA ANN BENNETT February 14, 1858 in Scioto County,Ohio, daughter of THOMAS BENNETT and HANNAH BURT.

Notes for DOROTHY YELEY: Dorothy Yeley Scott’s date of birth comes from her gravemarker. It states that she died June 4, 1850 and was 34 years and 3months.

Children of BENJAMIN SCOTT and DOROTHY YELEY are:

  1. i. LOUIS JEFFERSON3 SCOTT, b. February 05, 1837, Scioto Co. Ohio; d. February 14, 1915, Fortuna,Moniteau Co. Missouri.
    9. ii. OLIVER PERRY SCOTT, b. August 29, 1841, Porter Twp. ,Scioto Co.Ohio; d. February 03, 1933, Coal Grove, Ohio.
    10. iii. THOMAS MOXLEY SCOTT, b. November 15, 1843, Scioto County,Ohio; d. January 31, 1917, Portsmouth,Ohio.
    iv. MARY ELIZABETH SCOTT, b. March 13, 1846, Scioto County,Ohio; d. Portland,Multnomah Co.Oregon ?; m. THOMAS THOMPSON, November 29, 1877, Scioto Co,Ohio.
    v. JULIA ANNA SCOTT, b. February 11, 1849, Scioto Co. ,Ohio; d. April 30, 1936, Beaverton, Oregon; m. JOHN COOPER, March 15, 1888, Clark Co., WA.

Child of BENJAMIN SCOTT and ANNA PYLES is:
vi. NONE3.

Child of BENJAMIN SCOTT and ELIZABETH RICKARDS is:

  1. vii. ELIZABETH ANGELINE3 SCOTT, b. January 10, 1856, Harrisonville, Scioto County,Ohio; d. October 10, 1944, Hennessey, Kingfisher Co.,OK.

Children of BENJAMIN SCOTT and JULIA BENNETT are:

  1. viii. URIAH SPENCER3 SCOTT, b. October 29, 1860, Harrisonville, Scioto County,Ohio; d. December 19, 1945, Portland, Oregon.
    13. ix. ROBERT B. SCOTT, b. May 07, 1863, Harrisonville,Scioto Co.Ohio; d. April 06, 1952, Beaverton, Oregon.
    14. x. AMANDA V. SCOTT, b. May 16, 1865, Harrisonville,Scioto County,Ohio; d. August 16, 1933, Clay Twp.,Scioto County, Ohio.
  2. JULIA O.2 SCOTT (ROBERT BAIRD1) was born Abt. 1816 in Scioto County, Ohio.
    She married (1) CHARLES CUTLER. She married (2) JAMES SHOUP April 17, 1834 in Scioto County,Ohio.

Children of JULIA SCOTT and JAMES SHOUP are:
i. WILLIAM3 SHOUP, b. Abt. 1835.
ii. OLIVER SHOUP, b. Abt. 1837.
iii. JESSE SHOUP, b. Abt. 1839.
iv. URSULA SHOUP, b. Abt. 1842.

  1. PERRY2 SCOTT (ROBERT BAIRD1) was born January 10, 1818 in Porter Twp.Scioto County,Ohio, and died April 20, 1896 in Portland,Multnomah Co.Oregon. He married LUCINDA BRUNER July 18, 1843 in Scioto County,Ohio.

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Notes for PERRY SCOTT:

  1. R. November 25, 1858
    R. B. Hamilton. This is the name of a new stern-wheel steamboat just built in this city. The hull was made by Asa Kimball, at the mouth of Symmes Creek. – The cabin was built at Ironton, where the boat received her machinery, that of the old steamer LATROBE. Length of boat 148 feet, beam 30 feet, hold 4 feet. She took on about 200 tons of Centre Furnace pig iron, and left for Pittsburgh, a day or two since, under command of Capt. Davis Dillon; John Irwin, Clerk; Perry Scott, Engineer. She worked finely.
  2. R. Dec. 19, 1861 – Perry Scott is now the Superintendent of the Iron Railroad, in place of Henry Clarkson, who had filled the place for so many years.
  3. R. Aug. 15, 1861The “Scott Gun” – A Cannon made by Perry Scott, in this place – is finished, and Mr. Scott took it up to Ceredo, Tuesday night. (Ceredo is in WVA and probably about 20 min. from here) It is a splendid piece of workmanship, tastefully finished in all its parts, wrought iron, very light – a breech loader, and can be fired more rapidly than Sharp’s Rifle. The barrel is about 6 1/2 inches in diameter at the breech; bore 3 feet 10 inches long, 2 inches in diameter; cap lock and globe sight – elevation and range regulated by nicely adjusted machinery; in fact, the gun is complete in all its appointments, requiring only 2 or 3 men to work it rapidly. The ball (lead) weighs about 2 lbs; charge of powder 1/2 lb., or a little less.
  4. R. Jan. 9, 1862 – The following persons were installed officers of Lawrence Lodge No. 198, Free & Accepted Mason, for the ensuing year. …. Junior Deacon, Perry Scott
  5. J. 17 June 1868 – Perry Scott has just completed and moved into his house on Fourth, above Adams.

Ironton Register, Oct. 24, 1878

The little locomotive that Perry Scott built some ten years ago, and which ran on the I. R. R. for awhile, is now used on Campbell’s Creek, West Va., in hauling coal from the mines to the river. All the coal used by Belfont furnace is drawn by that little locomotive. Ironton Register, June 28, 1877

Next week, Mr. Perry Scott, an old citizen of Ironton, will leave with his family for Oregon. His many friends will hope that health and prosperity will abide with him and his, all their days. In this connection, we desire to express a loss that the REGISTER office will experience upon his departure. For nine years, his son, William Scott, has been employed as a compositor in this office. A more faithful and industrious young man than he, does not stand at the “case.” We part with him with many regrets. Frank Scott has been in the office nearly a year, and in that time we have learned to regard him as a very diligent, reliable and goodhearted boy – one who, in many things, can be depended upon to do a man’s work in a manly way. We very much desire to hear of their future prosperity, and if any Oregon publisher should chance to see these lines, and has a place in his office vacant, we want to assure him that he cannot fill it more deservedly than by employing either of our young friends.

Ironton Register, February 26, 1891

FROM PERRY SCOTT [headline]

The REGISTER recieved a private note from its old friend, Perry Scott, who now lives in Portland, Oregon. Mr. Scott is enjoying good health, and though 73 years of age, is an engineer on the Kellogg line of steamers, on the Willamette River. We quote from the letter as follows:

Enclosed please find postal order for $3, which will pay my subscription up to the time of my fiftieth wedding anniversary, having taken the REGISTER since the time of its first issue. I would rather go without a dinner than miss a number, as it keeps my memory green concerning events that I have been interested in, the greater part of life. Our family are all well except my wife, who has been quite ill for some time, but is now improving. Referring to your late mention of the ground hog as a weather indicator, would say, we have no such phrophet here. Instead, we have the smelt, a small fish about the size of sardines. They come in from the ocean in large schools, running up the small rivers to spawn and are taken in dip nets and sent to market by tons; they are a delicious pan fish. Also the royal Chinook Salmon. When these appear in February, in our rivers, they are the true harbingers of Spring.

We have had no cold weather this winter. The lowest temperature has been 30 {degree symbol} above zero, and the mean average about 43 {degree symbol), which only about one inch of snow, and this, I know by experience, is far superior to the ups and downs of an Eastern winter.

With kind regards to all my old friends and success in your battle for protection and progression, I am
Yours truly,
Perry Scott

The following is from a Death Announcement in “The Oregonian” newspaper in Portland,Oregon.

Death of Perry Scott;

On April 20th, at his home in Portland,Oregon, Perry Scott died. The deceased was formerly an honored citizen of Ironton, Ohio and his death will recall to many of our readers the fair reminiscence of Ironton’s early days.We quote from the Portland Oregonian an announcement of his death.

Perry Scott, for more than 20 years one of the best known marine engineers in the Northwest, died at his home in this city at 9:20 Monday evening, aged 78 years. Mr. Scott was a native of Scioto County, Ohio and was a practical engineer and machinist from boyhood. In 1850 he moved to Ironton, Ohio and with his brother Captain U.B. Scott, now living in this city, engaged in manufacturing axes. In 1861, he took charge of the Ironton Railroad, and while working as master mechanic of thr railroad, perfected and patented a breechloading rifled cannon, which was promptly purchased by the government and used at Charleston during the Rebellion. In 1869 he was engaged with Captain Scott in Steamboating in the cotton trade on the lower Mississippi, Red and Ouchita Rivers. He afterward returned to Ohio and after running on that river for a short time, came to Oregon about 1875, and began running as engineer on the steamer City of Salem, which his brother Captain U.B. Scott, had just completed for the Willamette trade.

About 3 weeks ago he sustained what he thought at the time to be trifling injuries by lifting a piece of wood. In a few days he was forced to take to his bed, where he grew rapidly worse until Monday night, when the end came.

He leaves 4 sons, William, George, Frank, and Wesley, all residing in this city. Another son Newton Scott , for many years an engineer on Captain Scott’s old Telephone, died about 7 years ago. Mr. Scott was a man of kindly disposition and well liked by all who knew him.

Mr. Scott was a Blue Lodge Mason, having joined the order in 1843, and since residing in Portland was affiliated with Harmony Lodge No.12, A.F.& A. M. He will be buried under the auspices of the order today, at Lone Fir Cemetery, Lot 92,B-25.

Children of PERRY SCOTT and LUCINDA BRUNER are:

  1. i. WILLIAM PERRY3 SCOTT, b. Abt. 1845; d. January 16, 1916.
    ii. BENJAMIN URIAH SCOTT, b. September 23, 1846; d. September 25, 1850, Ironton,Lawrence County,Ohio.
    iii. SAMUEL B. SCOTT, b. March 04, 1855, Ironton,Lawrence County,Ohio; d. April 05, 1855, Ironton,Lawrence County,Ohio.
    iv. ISAAC NEWTON SCOTT, b. June 08, 1856, Ironton,Lawrence County,Ohio; d. September 04, 1888, Portland,Multnomah Co.Oregon; m. LILLIE M. LOOK, April 02, 1885, Portland,Multnomah Co.Oregon.

Notes for ISAAC NEWTON SCOTT:
Isaac Newton Scott, buried Lone Fir Cemetary,Lot 92,B-25, Portland,Oregon.

  1. v. JOHN WESLEY SCOTT, b. 1853, Ironton,Lawrence County,Ohio; d. May 07, 1896, Portland,Multnomah Co.Oregon.
    17. vi. FRANK PERCIVAL SCOTT, b. August 10, 1859, Ironton,Lawrence County,Ohio; d. March 23, 1901, Portland, Oregon.
    vii. GEORGE SCOTT, b. Abt. 1863, Ironton,Lawrence County,Ohio.
    viii. ADDIE SCOTT, b. November 22, 1866, Ironton,Lawrence County,Ohio; d. July 20, 1868, Ironton,Lawrence County,Ohio.
    ix. JULIA S. SCOTT, b. May 10, 1870, Ironton,Lawrence County,Ohio.
    x. JULIETTE R. SCOTT, b. February 24, 1848; d. July 26, 1849.

Notes for JULIETTE R. SCOTT:

Juliette R. Scott is buried in Kelly Cemetery, Ironton,OH. She may have been born in Scioto County,OH and died in Ironton,OH. It was generally thought that her father Perry and mother Lucinda moved to Ironton in 1850, but this probably will prove otherwise. Perry and Lucinda are not in Scioto or Lawrence County census recordsd in 1850.

  1. ELIZABETH2 SCOTT (ROBERT BAIRD1) was born 1820 in Scioto County,Ohio. She married JOHN WESLEY CORNS April 15, 1842 in Greenup Co.Kentucky.

Children of ELIZABETH SCOTT and JOHN CORNS are:
i. MARY F.3 CORNS, b. 1843.
ii. AGNES B. CORNS, b. 1845.
iii. RHODA W. CORNS, b. 1848.
iv. LOUISA CORNS, b. October 1850.
v. JOSEPHINE CORNS, b. 1850.
vi. JAMES W. CORNS, b. 1855.
vii. WILLIAM CORNS, b. 1862.

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  1. URIAH BONSER2 SCOTT (ROBERT BAIRD1) was born March 25, 1827 in Porter Twp.Scioto County,Ohio, and died June 23, 1913 in Hayes,Clark County,Washington.
    He married (1) REBECCA DAVIS February 17, 1851 in Scioto County,Ohio.
    He married (2) CLARINDA LIONBARGER October 01, 1851 in Ironton, Ohio, daughter of PETER LIONBARGER.

Notes for URIAH BONSER SCOTT:

The following is the Obituary of Uriah Bonser Scott;

GREAT CAREER CAPTAIN SCOTT

Pioneer Mariner From this County Died in West at Age of 86

The following clipping from Morning Oregonian of June 24,1913 was received by Attorney Frederick Bonser, of Cheyenne, Wyoming. The Captain Uriah Bonser Scott referred to was an old resident of Scioto county,Oh., who immigrating became one of the empire builders of the great northwest, Smith Bonser, a relative of Capt. Scott is also an old resident, being a grandson of Major Isaac Bonser, one of the first settlers of the county. He has passed the three quarters of a century mark. The clipping is under the Captain W.B. Scott is dead, Pioneer Mariner succumbs to heart disease at 86. Boats testify to ability remarkable shallow draft vessels built from unique designs in service still at many points on Pacific coast.

The article reads; Captain W.B. Scott, foremost of Columbia River pioneer boatmen, died yesterday morning of heart disease at age 86. Capt. Scott was commodore of the Columbia River and Puget Sound Navigation company, until a year ago, when he resigned. His death took place at Woodland, Washington., where he lived with his wife and son, E.B. Scott, on his son’s ranch. Captain Scott came to Portland from Ohio 40 years ago. He had been master and pilot of Ohio river vessels, and upon arriving in Portland built a river boat, the Ohio, which drew less than 18 inches laden and made a trip to Eugene in her. This craft cleared $10,000 in three months and was copied by many other builders. Those who were partners in this venture were; Lamar B. Seeley, Samuel H. Brown, the late E.W.Crichton, and Z.T.Hatch, now in California.

Origin of Boats Remarkable.

Captain Scott was a noted pilot and ship Captain, as well as an expert designer. He designed his boat from knowledge gained by experience, and among them were some remarkable shallow draft vessels, includind the city of Salem, another river boat, the Fleetwood, which ran to the Cascades, and the Telephone.

The old Telephone was the most famous of his productions, as she was the fastest stern-wheel boat built. She is now being used by the third generation in San Francisco Bay.

The Flyer has made four round trips between Tacoma and Seattle daily for nearly 22 years. The Telegram was another of the stern-wheel type. This boat was brought to Portland from the sound during the Lewis & Clark Fair, when it carried many excursions on the Columbia River. The City of Everett on Puget Sound is another sucessful steamboat to his credit as a builder.

Passengers Lives Saved; Captain Scott’s presence of mind saved the lives of the passengers on the Telephone when she was on fire four miles from Astoria. He ordered the engines put full speed ahead and landed all on board safely.

Besides his wife and son at Woodland another son at Seattle, Charles O. Scott survives.

The following are excerpts from “History of the Columbia River Valley, from The Dalles to the Sea. By Fred Lockley 1928.

From the iron regions of Ohio in the early 1870’s came L.B.Seeley and Samuel Brown, the advance guard of what was sometimes known in the transportation and industrial circles of the Willamete Valley as “the Ohio crowd”. They had established contact with an experienced river steamboatman and builder who had to his credit a number of highly successful boats on the Ohio River. This man, Capt. Uriah B. (nicknamed “Ubiquitous”) Scott. After meeting with reverses on the Ohio, arrived in Portland in 1873 and immediately recognized that there was an opening on the Willamette for a man of his talent in a special direction. The U.B.Scott Steamboat Company was incorporated in 1875 by Scott, Seeley, Brown, M.S.Burrell and Z.J. Hatch. Perry and Newton Scott worked with Capt. Scott as engineers on his boats. The Telephone was was one of the best money makers that ever operated on the lower river, and enjoyed the cream of the passenger trade and could also carry a heavy cargo of freight. She was destroyed by fire in Nov.1887, while entering Astoria harbor with a full cargo and about 200 passengers.

As pathfinders in the direction of improved steamboating methods, Capt. “Ubiquitous” Scott, L.B.Seeley and the rest of the “Ohio Crowd” will long be remembered for their work during a picturesque period in history of the Willamette Valley.

Children of URIAH SCOTT and CLARINDA LIONBARGER are:
i. WILLIAM V.3 SCOTT, b. Abt. 1853.
ii. MARY GENEVIEVE SCOTT, b. June 1854, Ironton,Lawrence County,Ohio; d. August 10, 1855.
iii. BENJAMIN FAYETTE SCOTT, b. June 09, 1858, Ironton,Lawrence County,Ohio; d. August 16, 1859.
iv. JOHN E. SCOTT, b. May 1860, Lawrence County, Ohio; d. Bef. 1870.
v. EUSTACE B. SCOTT, b. May 06, 1871, Ironton,Lawrence County,Ohio.
18. vi. CHARLES DAY SCOTT, b. June 01, 1873, Missouri; d. May 04, 1954, La Center, Washington.
vii. LAMAR SCOTT, b. April 1875, Portland,Multnomah Co.Oregon ?; d. April 1884, Cathlamet,Washington.

Notes for Lamar Scott:

Ironton Register, May 6, 1884

The following relates to a former well known citizen of this place. We take the item from the Portland Standard, of April 17th:

SAD AFFLICTION. – On yesterday, the steamer Fleetwood came into port with her flag at half-mast, occasioned by the sudden death of Lamar, the youngest and dearly loved son of Capt. U. B. Scott and wife. He was stricken with scarlet fever on his ninth birthday, and died Wednesday morning, being sick but three days. His demise occurred at Cathlamet, W. T., where the funeral will take place today at 12 m. The Fleetwood will steam down the river this morning in charge of Mr. Seeley, to Cathlamet, where she will remain until after the funeral, giving friends an opportunity to attend, when she will proceed on to Astoria. Capt. Scott and his estimable wife have the hearfelt sympathies of a large circle of friends in this their hour of sad affliction.

  1. MARIA L.2 SCOTT (ROBERT BAIRD1) was born December 10, 1832 in Porter Twp.Scioto County,Ohio, and died August 09, 1900 in Ironton,Lawrence Co.Ohio ?.
    She married FLETCHER GOLDEN May 20, 1852 in Scioto County,Ohio, son of MARTIAL GOLDEN and PENINA DILLEY.

Notes for FLETCHER GOLDEN:
10 children total in family.

Children of MARIA SCOTT and FLETCHER GOLDEN are:
i. ALICE3 GOLDEN, b. Harriet,Ohio; m. UNKNOWN POWELL.
ii. CLARA GOLDEN, b. Harriet,Ohio; m. REUBEN LAMBERT.
iii. ALBERT GOLDEN, b. Harriet,Ohio.
iv. LAURA GOLDEN, b. Abt. 1852, Lawrence Co.Ohio; d. June 23, 1912; m. CHARLES MCKNIGHT, Pittsburgh,Pennsylvania.
v. UNKNOWN GOLDEN, b. 1857; d. July 04, 1860.

Notes for UNKNOWN GOLDEN:
Killed by a 4 horse team.

  1. PENINA ELIZABETH GOLDEN, b. February 02, 1863; d. January 28, 1864.
    vii. GRACE W. GOLDEN, b. October 04, 1874.
    viii. RUBY GOLDEN, b. 1860.

Generation No. 3

  1. LOUIS JEFFERSON3 SCOTT (BENJAMIN B.2, ROBERT BAIRD1)
    was born February 05, 1837 in Scioto Co. Ohio, and died February 14, 1915 in Fortuna,Moniteau Co. Missouri.
    He married NARCISSUS COMER September 06, 1866 in Boonville,Cooper Co.Missouri, daughter of HENRY COMER and DELILAH BENNETT.

Children of LOUIS SCOTT and NARCISSUS COMER are:
i. WILLIAM S.4 SCOTT, b. August 20, 1867, Moniteau Co.Missouri; d. March 14, 1916; m. MARY E..
ii. ANNA D. SCOTT, b. August 29, 1869, Moniteau Co.Missouri; m. WILLIAM D. NEWKIRK, January 29, 1896, Moniteau Co.Missouri.
iii. HENRY B. SCOTT, b. October 11, 1870, Moniteau Co.Missouri; d. 1937, Moniteau Co.Missouri; m. BERTHA MAY STOUT, October 25, 1899.
iv. THOMAS O. SCOTT, b. May 18, 1872, Moniteau Co.Missouri.
v. JOHN H. SCOTT, b. November 02, 1873, Moniteau Co.Missouri; m. (1) LOUISA BROWN, October 20, 1897; m. (2) MARY COMER, January 17, 1900, Fortuna,Willow Fork Twp. Moniteau Co.Missouri.
19. vi. SUSAN ELLEN SCOTT, b. May 14, 1875, Moniteau Co.Missouri; d. July 03, 1937, Moniteau Co.Missouri.
vii. JULIA A. SCOTT, b. April 09, 1877, Moniteau Co.Missouri; m. JOHN W. TEEPLES, March 05, 1899, Moniteau Co.Missouri.
viii. URIAH BENNETT SCOTT, b. July 24, 1879, Moniteau Co.Missouri; d. 1921, Moniteau Co.Missouri.
ix. LOUIS JARRETT SCOTT, b. December 09, 1883, Moniteau Co.Missouri; d. October 1973, Bunceton, Missouri.
x. CHRISTIAN E. SCOTT, b. May 21, 1887, Moniteau Co.Missouri; d. 1955, Moniteau Co.Missouri.

  1. OLIVER PERRY3 SCOTT (BENJAMIN B.2, ROBERT BAIRD1)
    was born August 29, 1841 in Porter Twp. ,Scioto Co.Ohio, and died February 03, 1933 in Coal Grove, Ohio.
    He married SARAH AMELIA SMITH April 24, 1866 in Harrisonville,Ohio, daughter of NELSON SMITH.

Notes for OLIVER PERRY SCOTT:
The following article ran in a Scioto Co.Ohio newspaper upon his death.

ANOTHER CIVIL WAR VETERAN TAKEN BY DEATH EARLY TODAY

Death continues it’s invasion of the ranks of Civil War veterans. The Scott home in Coal Grove was visited at 6 this morning and Oliver P. Scott, survivor of the War and memer of the Dick Lambert Post, G.A.R. ,died after an illness of several months. His death reduces to six the number of veterans remaining in Ironton and Coal Grove.

Mr. Scott was born in Scioto County on Aug.22,1844 and was united in marriage on Apr.24,1866 to Miss Sarah A. Smith, who died in 1927. He served through the War with Company “A” , 39th Regiment of Ohio.

During the last 23 years the family had resided in Coal Grove.

Surviving children are William Scott of Ashland, Mrs. Ida Clark of Cleveland, and Dorthy and Elizabeth at home. One sister Julia Cooper of Portland,Oregon, is also bereaved.

The body will be removed to the home in Coal Grove this evening and funeral services will be arranged later. Burial is to be made in Wheelersburg cemetary, under supervision of Bingaman and Jones.

Children of OLIVER SCOTT and SARAH SMITH are:
20. i. WILLIAM H.4 SCOTT, b. February 14, 1871, Greenup County, KY; d. November 13, 1948, Ashland, Kentucky.
21. ii. IDA HAYES SCOTT, b. August 05, 1877, Hunnewell, Greenup Co.,KY; d. April 20, 1951, Wakeman, Huron Co.,Ohio.
iii. DOROTHY BONSER SCOTT, b. March 30, 1868, Scioto County, Ohio; d. July 31, 1944, Wakeman, Huron Co.,Ohio.

Notes for DOROTHY BONSER SCOTT:
Buried in Wakeman Cemetery, Huron Co.,OH. Gerber Funeral Home

  1. ELIZABETH GARFIELD SCOTT, b. June 22, 1880, Greenup County, KY; d. March 13, 1964, Wakeman, Huron Co.,Ohio.

Notes for ELIZABETH GARFIELD SCOTT:
Buried in Wakeman Cemetery Huron Co.,Ohio. Gerber Funeral Home.

  1. THOMAS MOXLEY3 SCOTT (BENJAMIN B.2, ROBERT BAIRD1)
    was born November 15, 1843 in Scioto County,Ohio, and died January 31, 1917 in Portsmouth,Ohio.
    He married ELIZABETH H. TAYLOR February 04, 1866 in Scioto County,Ohio, daughter of JAMES TAYLOR and JANE WHITE.

Children of THOMAS SCOTT and ELIZABETH TAYLOR are:
22. i. LIDA ALFARETTA4 SCOTT, b. December 27, 1866, Scioto County,Ohio; d. November 11, 1935, Portsmouth , Ohio.
23. ii. LORA A SCOTT, b. January 26, 1869, Scioto County,Ohio; d. November 23, 1915, Portsmouth,Ohio.
iii. JAMES BENJAMIN SCOTT, b. August 12, 1871, Tipton,Moniteau Co.Missouri; d. October 05, 1908, Portsmouth,Ohio; m. BARBARA E. BUSLER, 1906.
24. iv. THOMAS JEFFERSON SCOTT, b. July 31, 1874, Hunnewell, Greenup Co., Kentucky; d. January 19, 1932, Portsmouth, Ohio.
v. GEORGE FLOYD SCOTT, b. June 14, 1877, Scioto County,Ohio; d. May 17, 1965, California; m. MADELINE LUTZ.
25. vi. DAVID PERRY SCOTT, b. August 16, 1879, Harrisonville, Scioto County,Ohio; d. December 16, 1934, Portsmouth, Ohio.
vii. NETTIE ALLENE SCOTT, b. October 09, 1881, Scioto County,Ohio; d. September 09, 1914, Portsmouth,Ohio; m. ALVA PUGH, 1902.
26. viii. JULIA ALICE SCOTT, b. April 24, 1884, Scioto County,Ohio; d. June 01, 1947, McDermott,Ohio.
ix. BURT ELIHUE SCOTT, b. August 22, 1888, Scioto County,Ohio; d. March 07, 1958; m. THELMA NEWTON.

  1. ELIZABETH ANGELINE3 SCOTT (BENJAMIN B.2, ROBERT BAIRD1)
    was born January 10, 1856 in Harrisonville, Scioto County,Ohio, and died October 10, 1944 in Hennessey, Kingfisher Co.,OK.
    She married JOHN CRULL BENNETT January 25, 1877 in Scioto Co,Ohio, son of NIMROD BENNETT and NANCY CRULL.

Children of ELIZABETH SCOTT and JOHN BENNETT are:
i. GEORGE LEWIS4 BENNETT, b. October 28, 1877, Ohio; d. 1938; m. MYRTLE BEYDLER, July 04, 1901.
ii. ADELINE BENNETT (TWIN), b. September 16, 1879, Des Moines, Polk Co., Iowa; d. December 29, 1974; m. EDWIN PRIEST, October 08, 1908.
iii. ABBIE BENNETT (TWIN), b. September 16, 1879, Des Moines, Polk Co., Iowa; d. November 01, 1895, Oklahoma.
iv. JOHN EZRA BENNETT, b. February 09, 1881; d. 1940; m. MINNIE CROKA,
December 22, 1914.
v. NELLIE F. BENNETT, b. March 31, 1884; d. 1893, Oklahoma.
vi. LIZZIE BENNETT, b. July 23, 1885, Iowa; m. FRANK FREEMAN, July 06, 1902.
vii. NORA BENNETT, b. December 26, 1889, Indiana; m. WILLIS HICKS, March 29, 1907.
viii. LAURA VIOLA BENNETT, b. May 22, 1892, Hennessey, Kingfisher Co.,OK; d. October 18, 1978, St. Helens,Oregon; m. ROBERT LEE HOUNSHELL, November 19, 1910.
ix. EDNA M. BENNETT, b. October 16, 1894, Oklahoma; d. 1903, Oklahoma.
x. ANNA HAZEL BENNETT, b. January 11, 1897, Oklahoma; m. HENRY CROKA.
xi. IVA GLADDESS BENNETT, b. April 16, 1900, Oklahoma; m. DAVE RECKNAGEL, November 07, 1920.

  1. URIAH SPENCER3 SCOTT (BENJAMIN B.2, ROBERT BAIRD1)
    was born October 29, 1860 in Harrisonville, Scioto County,Ohio, and died December 19, 1945 in Portland, Oregon.
    He married ELIZABETH DONLEY May 23, 1887 in Scioto Co.,Ohio, daughter of A.S. DONLEY and HESTER.

Children of URIAH SCOTT and ELIZABETH DONLEY are:
27. i. DELMAR FRANKLIN4 SCOTT, b. October 11, 1887, Harrisonville, Ohio; d. October 05, 1971, Franklin Furnace, Ohio.
28. ii. EDWARD HARRISON SCOTT, b. June 25, 1891, Harrisonville, Ohio; d. December 27, 1977, Paradise, California.

  1. ROBERT B.3 SCOTT (BENJAMIN B.2, ROBERT BAIRD1)
    was born May 07, 1863 in Harrisonville,Scioto Co.Ohio, and died April 06, 1952 in Beaverton, Oregon.
    He married MINERVA J..

Marriage Notes for ROBERT SCOTT and MINERVA J.:
Minerva Scott was a charter member of Beaver Chapter 106 Order of Eastern Star.

Child of ROBERT SCOTT and MINERVA J. is:
i. KENNETH D.4 SCOTT.

  1. AMANDA V.3 SCOTT (BENJAMIN B.2, ROBERT BAIRD1)
    was born May 16, 1865 in Harrisonville,Scioto County,Ohio, and died August 16, 1933 in Clay Twp.,Scioto County, Ohio.
    She married JOHN CALVIN BAINER ,JR. July 15, 1894 in Scioto County,Ohio, son of JOHN BAINER and JEANNETTE URQUHART.

Children of AMANDA SCOTT and JOHN BAINER are:
i. CALVIN VANCE4 BAINER, b. April 1895, Clay Twp., Scioto County, Ohio; d. 1914, Scioto County, Ohio.

Notes for CALVIN VANCE BAINER: Calvin Vance Bainer was killed in an industrial accident at the New Boston, OH steel mill.

  1. ii. ERLE S. BAINER, b. August 17, 1896, Clay Twp.,Scioto County,Ohio; d. September 30, 1978, Kettering, Ohio.
    30. iii. WALLACE OGILVIE BAINER, b. May 12, 1901, Scioto County, Ohio; d. March 26, 1979, Portsmouth, Ohio.
    iv. DOROTHY VIRGINIA BAINER, b. October 18, 1903, Clay Twp.,Scioto County, Ohio; d. June 26, 1916, Portsmouth, Ohio.
    31. v. FRED W. BAINER, b. March 12, 1905, Clay Twp.,Scioto County, Ohio; d. September 12, 1969, Portsmouth, Ohio.
    32. vi. CARL FRANCIS BAINER, b. February 09, 1909, Clay Twp.,Scioto County, Ohio; d. December 14, 1964, Portsmouth,Ohio.
    33. vii. RICHARD LAWRENCE BAINER, b. January 22, 1900, Clay Twp.,Scioto County, Ohio; d. August 02, 1961, Portsmouth,Ohio.
    viii. MALE CHILD BAINER, b. January 10, 1899, Clay Twp.,Scioto County, Ohio.
  2. WILLIAM PERRY3 SCOTT (PERRY2, ROBERT BAIRD1)
    was born Abt. 1845, and died January 16, 1916.
    He married SUSAN.

Notes for WILLIAM PERRY SCOTT:
In the 1860 Lawrence County, OH census, William P. is listed as a deaf mute.

Child of WILLIAM SCOTT and SUSAN is:
i. ADA B4 SCOTT, b. Abt. 1876.

  1. JOHN WESLEY3 SCOTT (PERRY2, ROBERT BAIRD1)
    was born 1853 in Ironton,Lawrence County,Ohio, and died May 07, 1896 in Portland,Multnomah Co.Oregon.
    He married REBECCA J. BOWMAN, daughter of JACOB BOWMAN and FRANCIS.

Notes for JOHN WESLEY SCOTT:
John Wesley accidently drowned in the Willamette River while at work in the ship yards.

Child of JOHN SCOTT and REBECCA BOWMAN is:
i. FRANK W.4 SCOTT, b. December 11, 1879, Portland, Oregon; d. March 01, 1886, Portland, Oregon.

The following about John Scott and Rebecaa Bowman submitted by
Date: Thu, 30 Jul 1998 19:17:31 -0500
From: Ken Clark Ken Clark

Subject: John Scott & Rebecca Bowman

Saw the posting Decendents of Robert Baird Scott. Here Goes.

Reference John Scott and Rebecca Bowman. They fit into a colleratal line of my HANKINS line. Research on the Bowman line by me, Lesli Christian of Kitts Hill, Ohio and Minnie Anderson of Lawrence County. I also have a small amount of information on the Lionbarger line (Clarinda’s) father was Peter Lionbarger Jr.

Note: I’m the person that spoke with Martha the other day from San Antonio, Texas…re: HANKINS line and the William K. Hankins Deposition that Martha Posts on the Lawrence County Register. What additional information do you have on the Lionbarger line?? Thanks.

BOWMAN LINE

Descendants of Jacob Jefferson Bowman

Generation No. 1

  1. JACOB JEFFERSON2 BOWMAN (JACOB1) was born 1824 in Lawrence County, Ohio?, and died Bet. 1860 – 1890. He married (1) REBECCA HENRY April 15, 1845. He married (2) SARAH FRANCIS HANKINS September 03, 1848 in Lawrence County, Ohio, daughter of WILLIAM HANKINS and CATHERINE HATFIELD?. He married (3) REBECCA WEBB March 08, 1868 in Lawrence County, Ohio.

Notes for JACOB JEFFERSON BOWMAN:

Information on update of Bowman line provided by Lesli Christian, telephone conversation of 5-19-98.

More About REBECCA HENRY:
Fact 1: Died very shortly after giving birth to James R. Bowman

Children of JACOB BOWMAN and REBECCA HENRY are:

  1. JAMES R.3 BOWMAN, b. March 28, 1846.

More About JAMES R. BOWMAN:
Fact 1: Listed on 1860 Census as living with Jacob and Francis

  1. CHILD BOWMAN, b. 1848.

More About CHILD BOWMAN:
Fact 1: Indications are that unknown Bowman child shortly after birth

Children of JACOB BOWMAN and SARAH HANKINS are:

iii. WILLIAM FRANCES3 BOWMAN, b. 1849.
iv. REBECCA BOWMAN, b. 1852. * * * * * *(m: John Scott)
v. MARY ELIZABETH BOWMAN, b. 1855.
vi. ANN E. BOWMAN, b. 1857.
vii. EMILY S. BOWMAN, b. 1860.
viii. JOSEPH BOWMAN, b. 1861.
ix. NANCY F. BOWMAN, b. 1863.

Children of JACOB BOWMAN and REBECCA WEBB are:

  1. JOSEPHINE3 BOWMAN.
    xi. JACOB BOWMAN.
    xii. SAMUEL BOWMAN.
    xiii. FREDERICK BOWMAN.
    xiv. SARAH BOWMAN.

Ken Clark, San Antonio, Texas    standbyone@sprintmail.com

  1. FRANK PERCIVAL3 SCOTT (PERRY2, ROBERT BAIRD1)
    was born August 10, 1859 in Ironton,Lawrence County,Ohio, and died March 23, 1901 in Portland, Oregon.
    He married
    (1) THOMAZINA EUDY August 12, 1885 in Portland,Multnomah Co.Oregon.
    He married
    (2) MARY E. KELLER September 22, 1891 in Portsland, Oregon.

Children of FRANK SCOTT and THOMAZINA EUDY are:
i. GEORGE BRUNER4 SCOTT, b. July 05, 1892, Portland, Oregon; d. July 10, 1977, Salem, Oregon.

Notes for GEORGE BRUNER SCOTT:
George is entombed at Portland Memorial Cemetery, Wilhelm Funeral Home in Portland handled the service.

  1. ELLIS SCOTT.
    iii. HELEN SCOTT, m. UNKNOWN MCALISTER.
    iv. LOUIS CARSTENSEN.
    v. CHARLES PERCY SCOTT.
  2. CHARLES DAY3 SCOTT (URIAH BONSER2, ROBERT BAIRD1) was born June 01, 1873 in Missouri, and died May 04, 1954 in La Center, Washington.
    He married
    (1) LYDIA L. VAN FLEET, daughter of LOUIS FLAGER and LOUISA STRONG. He married
    (2) CORA E. KEIST May 26, 1898 in Clark County, Washington, daughter of T.J.KEIST and JEANETTE MALAT.

Notes for CHARLES DAY SCOTT: Upon his marriage, Charles D. Scott resided at 285 Ross St. Portland,Oregon, and he was an Apartment House Manager.
Charles was a Steamship pilot on the Puget Sound in Washington state.

Child of CHARLES SCOTT and LYDIA VAN FLEET is:
i. NONE4.

Generation No. 4

  1. SUSAN ELLEN4 SCOTT (LOUIS JEFFERSON3, BENJAMIN B.2, ROBERT BAIRD1)
    was born May 14, 1875 in Moniteau Co.Missouri, and died July 03, 1937 in Moniteau Co.Missouri.
    She married WILLIAM D. NEWKIRK April 03, 1898 in Moniteau Co.Missouri.

Child of SUSAN SCOTT and WILLIAM NEWKIRK is: i. ARTHUR H.5 NEWKIRK, b. January 31, 1901, Moniteau County, Missouri; d. January 20, 1934; m. ETHEL TYREE.

  1. WILLIAM H.4 SCOTT (OLIVER PERRY3, BENJAMIN B.2, ROBERT BAIRD1)
    was born February 14, 1871 in Greenup County, KY, and died November 13, 1948 in Ashland, Kentucky.
    He married SARAH HAMMOND.

Children of WILLIAM SCOTT and SARAH HAMMOND are:
i. RUTH E.5 SCOTT, b. 1907; m. RUFUS B.TACKETT.
ii. MRS. M.L.OLIVER.

Notes for MRS. M.L.OLIVER:
Mrs. M.L. Oliver is William H. and Sarah Scott’s daughter. Lived inIronton,OH in 1948, but have not yet located any other info as of Jan.5,1998.

iii. WALTER M. SCOTT, b. 1893; d. 1951, Ashland, KY; m. NANCY J..

Notes for WALTER M. SCOTT:
Walter M. Scott and his wife Nancy J. are buried in Rose Hill Cemetery on Rt. 60 outside of Ashland.

  1. GEORGE W. SCOTT.
    v. HAROLD S. SCOTT, b. 1905; d. 1955, Ashland, KY; m. MARY E..

Notes for HAROLD S. SCOTT:
Harold S. Scott was an insurance agent in Ashalnd,KY. He and Mary are buried in Ashland City Cemetery.

  1. IDA HAYES4 SCOTT (OLIVER PERRY3, BENJAMIN B.2, ROBERT BAIRD1)
    was born August 05, 1877 in Hunnewell, Greenup Co.,KY, and died April 20, 1951 in Wakeman, Huron Co.,Ohio.
    She married FRANK CLARK.

Notes for IDA HAYES SCOTT:
Buried in Wakeman Cemetery,Huron Co.,Ohio. Gerber Funeral Home

Child of IDA SCOTT and FRANK CLARK is:
i. JOHN S.5 CLARK.

  1. LIDA ALFARETTA4 SCOTT (THOMAS MOXLEY3, BENJAMIN B.2, ROBERT BAIRD1)
    was born December 27, 1866 in Scioto County,Ohio, and died November 11, 1935 in Portsmouth , Ohio.
    She married CLINTON ELIJA SHAFFER March 03, 1902, son of HENRY SHEAFFER and JULIA DIETZ.

Notes for CLINTON ELIJA SHAFFER:
The original spelling of the family name was Sheaffer.

Children of LIDA SCOTT and CLINTON SHAFFER are:
34. i. DONALD TAYLOR5 SHAFFER, b. April 23, 1903, Columbus, Ohio; d. December 30, 1993, Wheelersburg, Ohio.
35. ii. DOROTHY DEITZ SHAFFER, b. July 18, 1904, Columbus, Ohio; d. March 12, 1996, Sarasota, FL.
36. iii. LOWELL SCOTT SHAFFER, b. May 28, 1906, Columbus, Ohio; d. December 09, 1982, Dayton, Ohio.
37. iv. CLIFFORD CLINTON SHAFFER, b. November 04, 1910, Columbus, Ohio; d. June 04, 1991, Montgomery, Hamilton Co..,Ohio.

  1. LORA A4 SCOTT (THOMAS MOXLEY3, BENJAMIN B.2, ROBERT BAIRD1) was born January 26, 1869 in Scioto County,Ohio, and died November 23, 1915 in Portsmouth,Ohio.
    She married THOMAS D. STEWART March 13, 1890.

Notes for THOMAS D. STEWART:
Buried in Greenlawn Cemetery, Portsmouth, Oak Ave. grave no.358

Children of LORA SCOTT and THOMAS STEWART are:
i. VIOLA (OLA) DABE5 STEWART, b. February 04, 1891, Scioto Co,Ohio.
ii. ELIZA ELIZABETH H. STEWART, b. October 25, 1892, Scioto Co,Ohio.
iii. DORIS S. STEWART, b. March 09, 1897, Scioto Co,Ohio.
iv. RAY S. STEWART, b. October 05, 1898, Boyd County, KY.

  1. THOMAS JEFFERSON4 SCOTT (THOMAS MOXLEY3, BENJAMIN B.2, ROBERT BAIRD1)
    was born July 31, 1874 in Hunnewell, Greenup Co., Kentucky, and died January 19, 1932 in Portsmouth, Ohio.
    He married JENNIE MARIE OBERLEY November 03, 1896, daughter of JOHN OBERLEY and MELVINA.

Notes for THOMAS JEFFERSON SCOTT:
Thomas’ birthplace of Hunnewell in Greenup Co.,KY was an old iron furnace in southern Greenup County.
He is buried in Rushtown (Rush Towhship) Cemetery. Children of THOMAS SCOTT and JENNIE OBERLEY are:
i. JOHN EDWARD5 SCOTT, b. September 14, 1896, Sciotoville, Ohio; d. September 26, 1980, Portsmouth, Ohio; m. BLANCHE BERTHA BLAIR, May 09, 1925.
ii. DENVER D.SCOTT, b. November 30, 1898, Portsmouth, Ohio; d. Florida.
iii. ELTON FLOYD SCOTT.
iv. MADLYN SCOTT, b. December 30, 1900, Portsmouth, Ohio; d. March 31, 1970, Portsmouth, Ohio; m. EARL HENRY FOEHR, October 06, 1920.
v. VERA LOUISE SCOTT, b. October 09, 1910, Portsmouth, Ohio; d. February 17, 1971, Portsmouth, Ohio; m. RALPH ELWOOD GRASHEL, January 04, 1929.
vi. BERNICE SCOTT, d. Detroit, Michigan; m. FRED DAVIDGE.
38. vii. GENEVIEVE WINKLER SCOTT, b. October 25, 1906, Portsmouth, Ohio; d. July 01, 1997, Russell, Kentucky.

  1. DAVID PERRY4 SCOTT (THOMAS MOXLEY3, BENJAMIN B.2, ROBERT BAIRD1) was born August 16, 1879 in Harrisonville, Scioto County,Ohio, and died December 16, 1934 in Portsmouth, Ohio.
    He married ANNA LOUISE EGBERT October 24, 1899 in Portsmouth, Ohio.

Children of DAVID SCOTT and ANNA EGBERT are:
39. i. RALPH FREDERICK5 SCOTT, b. October 10, 1910, Portsmouth, Ohio; d. July 23, 1990, Columbus, Ohio.
40. ii. HAROLD LEOPOLD SCOTT, b. June 11, 1900, Portsmouth, Ohio; d. August 06, 1963, Portsmouth, Ohio.
41. iii. ELIZABETH RUTH SCOTT, b. August 05, 1904, Portsmouth, Ohio; d. September 28, 1990, Portsmouth, Ohio.
42. iv. ALFARETTA LILLIAN SCOTT, b. April 02, 1902, Portsmouth, Ohio; d. March 04, 1986, Wheelersburg, Ohio.
v. KATHERINE LOUISE SCOTT, b. April 05, 1906, Portsmouth, Ohio; d. May 01, 1986, Portsmouth, Ohio; m. KENNETH NMN AMICK, September 24, 1927, Portsmouth, Ohio.
vi. WILLIAM THOMAS SCOTT, b. November 27, 1908, Portsmouth, Ohio; d. February 28, 1977, Portsmouth, Ohio; m. OLIVE FAY RUSSELL, October 12, 1928, Portsmouth, Ohio.
43. vii. PAUL LEROY SCOTT, b. August 15, 1915, Portsmouth,Ohio; d. April 26, 1974, Portsmouth, Ohio.
viii. CARLENE MARILYN SCOTT, b. October 02, 1921, Portsmouth, Ohio; d. October 23, 1990, Portsmouth, Ohio; m. GEORGE LEO KILLEN, April 13, 1941, Portsmouth, Ohio.
ix. JEAN ANNE SCOTT, b. December 30, 1922, Portsmouth, Ohio; m. WOODROW LEON DAVIS.

  1. JULIA ALICE4 SCOTT (THOMAS MOXLEY3, BENJAMIN B.2, ROBERT BAIRD1) was born April 24, 1884 in Scioto County,Ohio, and died June 01, 1947 in McDermott,Ohio.
    She married ALBERT HAMILTON CRAWFORD May 31, 1906 in Portsmouth, Ohio, son of WILLIAM CRAWFORD and ALMEDA PECK.

Notes for JULIA ALICE SCOTT:
Julia Alice’s nickmame was Kate. Her death certificate is in the name of Kate Crawford.

Children of JULIA SCOTT and ALBERT CRAWFORD are:
i. ELIZABETH FETTER5 CRAWFORD, b. May 30, 1909, Portsmouth, Ohio; d. February 12, 1930, Portsmouth, Ohio.
ii. GENEVIEVE CRAWFORD, b. April 01, 1911, Ladd, Pike County, Ohio; d. April 07, 1915, Portsmouth, Ohio.
44. iii. ALMEDA VERA CRAWFORD, b. August 24, 1912, Columbus, Ohio.
45. iv. WILLIAM SCOTT CRAWFORD, b. September 23, 1913, Columbus, Ohio; d. April 16, 1969, Dayton, Ohio.
46. v. DONALD BURT CRAWFORD, b. March 04, 1918, Wheelersburg, Ohio; d. November 30, 1996, Portsmouth, Ohio.
47. vi. RAYMOND ALBERT CRAWFORD, b. August 24, 1919, Wakefield, Pike County, Ohio; d. July 21, 1957, Springfield, Ohio.
vii. ALFERETTA LOUISE CRAWFORD, b. March 23, 1921, McDermott, Ohio; d. November 05, 1921, McDermott, Ohio.
48. viii. ROBERT EARNEST CRAWFORD, b. April 02, 1922, McDermott, Ohio; d. July 24, 1979, Texas.

  1. DELMAR FRANKLIN4 SCOTT (URIAH SPENCER3, BENJAMIN B.2, ROBERT BAIRD1)
    was born October 11, 1887 in Harrisonville, Ohio, and died October 05, 1971 in Franklin Furnace, Ohio.
    He married BERTHA ALICE SCHULER May 03, 1905 in Portsmouth, Ohio.

Child of DELMAR SCOTT and BERTHA SCHULER is:
49. i. HARRY FRANKLIN5 SCOTT, b. February 24, 1906, Sciotoville, Ohio; d. April 01, 1985, Portsmouth, Ohio.

  1. EDWARD HARRISON4 SCOTT (URIAH SPENCER3, BENJAMIN B.2, ROBERT BAIRD1)
    was born June 25, 1891 in Harrisonville, Ohio, and died December 27, 1977 in Paradise, California.
    He married LUCILLE B..

Child of EDWARD SCOTT and LUCILLE B. is:
i. EDWARD W.5 SCOTT.

  1. ERLE S.4 BAINER (AMANDA V.3 SCOTT, BENJAMIN B.2, ROBERT BAIRD1)
    was born August 17, 1896 in Clay Twp.,Scioto County,Ohio, and died September 30, 1978 in Kettering, Ohio.
    He married JULIET FARMER.

Child of ERLE BAINER and JULIET FARMER is:
i. NONE5.

  1. WALLACE OGILVIE4 BAINER (AMANDA V.3 SCOTT, BENJAMIN B.2, ROBERT BAIRD1)
    was born May 12, 1901 in Scioto County, Ohio, and died March 26, 1979 in Portsmouth, Ohio.
    He married EDNA IRENE APPLEGATE November 02, 1921 in Ironton,Lawrence Co.Ohio.

Children of WALLACE BAINER and EDNA APPLEGATE are:
i. JACK5 BAINER.
ii. BETTY BAINER, m. CHALLAS TACKETT.

  1. FRED W.4 BAINER (AMANDA V.3 SCOTT, BENJAMIN B.2, ROBERT BAIRD1)
    was born March 12, 1905 in Clay Twp.,Scioto County, Ohio, and died September 12, 1969 in Portsmouth, Ohio.
    He married BEULAH WIDDIG.

Child of FRED BAINER and BEULAH WIDDIG is:
i. GARY LEE5 BAINER.
32. CARL FRANCIS4 BAINER (AMANDA V.3 SCOTT, BENJAMIN B.2, ROBERT BAIRD1)
was born February 09, 1909 in Clay Twp.,Scioto County, Ohio, and died December 14, 1964 in Portsmouth,Ohio.
He married ARLIE MARIE COOLEY May 08, 1937.
Child of CARL BAINER and ARLIE COOLEY is:
i. NONE5.

  1. RICHARD LAWRENCE4 BAINER (AMANDA V.3 SCOTT, BENJAMIN B.2, ROBERT BAIRD1)
    was born January 22, 1900 in Clay Twp.,Scioto County, Ohio, and died August 02, 1961 in Portsmouth,Ohio.
    He married EMMA COTTLE.

Child of RICHARD BAINER and EMMA COTTLE is:

  1. DOROTHY VIRGINIA5 BAINER, b. December 30, 1931, Clay Twp.,Scioto County, Ohio; d. September 14, 1932, Scioto Co,Ohio.