|William Harlow SCOTT was born on 1 September 1889. He died in 1890 at the age of 1. Parents: Benjamin Franklin "Doc" SCOTT and Rebecca Ann BARNETT.|
William Henry SCOTT was born in 1846 in TX. He died on 21 October 1846 at the age of 0 in TX. Parents: John Henry SCOTT and Temperance Nancy BRADY.
William John SCOTT (private). Parents: Walter Reed SCOTT and Mary Elizabeth NIFFENEGGER.
William L. SCOTT was born on 22 June 1878 in Santa Maria Cemetery, Santa Barbara, CA. He died on 10 September 1933 at the age of 55 in San Luis Obispo, San Luis Obispo, CA. Cause of death: TB Parents: Benjamin Welcome SCOTT and Eliza Jane FRESHOUR.
William Martin SCOTT was born on 29 December 1877 in Salamanca Twp, Cherokee, KS. He died on 2 September 1947 at the age of 69 in Redlands, San Bernardino, CA. He was buried in Hillside Cemetery, Redlands, San Bernardino, CA. Parents: John Hardin SCOTT and Mary Mountwillow COONROD.
Spouse: Eva Adeline BROOKS. Eva Adeline BROOKS and William Martin SCOTT were married on 1 August 1899 in Joplin, Jasper, MO.
William Neill SCOTT was born on 4 December 1848 in Groveland, Tazewell, IL. He died on 27 August 1852 at the age of 3 in Blue Mts, OR Trail (near Baker, OR). Parents: John Tucker SCOTT and Ann ROELOFSON.
William S. SCOTT was born in 1824 in , Morgan, IL. He died unknown. Parents: James SCOTT and Mary A. COWHICK.
William T. SCOTT was born on 30 November 1831 in , Morgan, IL. He died on 19 December 1876 at the age of 45 in , Sonoma, CA. Parents: Thomas C. SCOTT and Anna M. COWHICK.
William Thomas SCOTT was born on 27 September 1851 in Greenfield, Greene, IL. He died on 15 August 1930 at the age of 78. He was buried at Union Prather Cemetery in Athensville Twp, Greene, IL. findagrave.com BIOGRAPHIES 1905 PAST and PRESENT OF GREENE COUNTY ILLINOIS, Chicago: The S. J. Clarke Publishing Co. p. 549
W. T. SCOTT, a public-spirited citizen always willing and ready to co-operate in any measure for the public good, is well known in Greene county, and his geneial nature and cordial disposition have gained him many friends, by whom he is always called "Tom." He is now one of the prosperous farmers and stock-raisers of the county, and he was born upon the farm where he now resides, his birth occuring September 27, 1852. His father, Benjamin Scott, was a native of Kentucky, born in Casey county, April 29, 1813. The paternal grandparents, Welcome and Elizabeth (Allen) Scott, were also natives of Kentucky, in which state they were reared and married. The family is of Scotch lineage and was founded in America at an early day.
Benjamin Scott was the only son in a family of four children. His mother removed to Illinois in 1830, locating in Scott county, and in 1832 came to Greene county. Here Benjamin Scott entered eighty acres of land from the government with money earned from selling his deceased father's house and also from the sale of his discharge papers, which had been given him at the close of his service in the Black Haw war. Locating on that tract of land Benjamin Scott opened a farm and developed a good property. His mother resided with him for many years but spent her last days with a daughter, Mrs. Jonathan Lewis. she was a noble pioneer woman and endured many hardships and tgrials in connection with the establishment of a home in this state. She and her children, with the exception of the youngest, walked all the way from Kentucky to Scott county, and all the ready money she had was twelve dollars, while her son Benjamin had seven dollars, and on reaching their destination their united capital was but seven dollars. Benjamin Scott was an energetic and thrifty farmer, and though he started out in life empty-handed, he continually worked his way upward, his economy and industry contributing to his success. He made judicious investments in land and at one time was the owner of twenty-seven hundred acres, but he sold much of this, also gave some to his children and retained five hundred and thirty-six acres for himself. He was married October 17, 1934, to Miss Lucinda Ruyle, a native of Montgomery County, Illinois, and a daughter of Henry and Betsy (Smith) Ruyle, who were pioneer settlers of this state, removing from Vireginia to the west in 1813. They settled in Macoupin County, Mr. and Mrs. Scott became the parents of nine children, namely, James, Elizabeth M., Edward, Sally J., Louisa F., Maggie, Mary I., William T. and Anna. The father died at the old home, January 15, 1895. He was well known in Greene and adjoining counties as one of the most sujccessfujl farmers and stock-raisers of the locality. In his political views he was a Republican and he took quite an active interest in local politics, filling a number of official positions of honor and trust, the duties of which he discharged with promptness and fidelity. He not only won prosperity but also made for himself an honored name as a man and citizen. His wife still survives him and is a well preserved lady of eighty-seven years.
W. T. Scott was reared upon the old homestead farm and assisted his father in the cultivation of the fields and the care of the stock. His preliminary education was acquired in the public schools and afterward he spent two years as a student at Blackburn University. When he had completed his studies, he returned to the home farm and remained with his father until the latter's death. He then took charge of the home place and, in fact, has virtually been the manager of the bujsiness for several year. He is an active, enterprising agriculturist and is now the owner of three hundred and seventy-six acres of the old home farm, which is a valuable tract of land, well improved. He is engaged in breeding and selling pure blooded shorthorn cattle. He feeds and fattens stock for the market, shipping between five and six carloads of cattle annually. He buys mostly in Missouri and Illinois, and his business has reached extensive proportions. In fact he is now one of the best known and most successful stock-raisers, feeders and dealers of Greene county.
Mr. Scott was married in Greene county, in January, 1884, to Miss Alice Kemper, a native of Jersey county, Illinois, born in the town of Kemper, which was named in honor of her father, Squire Kemper, one of the early settlers of the county. Mr. and Mrs. Scott have an attractive home, and the hospitality which there prevails is greatly en joyed by their many friends. They have one of the two automobiles now in use in Rubicon township, and Mr. Scott is a most progressive man, keeping up with modern ideas. This is particularly manifest in his farm with its splendid improvements and fine facilities for carrying on his farming and stock-raising interests.
Politically he has been a Republican since he voted for Rutherford B. Hayes in 1876. He has never cared for or held office, content to do his duty as a private citizen. He gives liberally to the support of the church and worthy entgerprises and endorses every movement or measure for the general good. He is a past chancellor of the Knights of Pythias lodge and in all life's relations has been found true to many principles. He is a typical American of the age, alert, enterprising and progressive, and his farm with its equipments indicates that he stands foremost among the agriculturists of Greene County.
OBIT found on line from Greene county Argus of August 22, 1930
William Thomas Scott, a retired farmer who lived in the old Prof. R. E. Wilder home in this city, died on Friday morning, August 15, following an illness of several weeks.
He was born on the old Scott homestead, a few miles north of Greenfield, September 27, 1851, he being the next to the youngest child of a family of nine children born to Benjamin F. and Lucinda Ruyle Scott, and spent his entire life in Greenfield and vicinity. He was twice married. His first wife was Miss Hattie Smith, of which union one son, Arbie Scott, survives. He lives at Shelbyville, Indiana. Following the death of his first wife he was wedded on the 30th day of January, 1884 to Miss Alice Kemper, of Kemper who ssurvives. Of the original family of nine children only one sister, Mrs. Anna Morrow, of Athensville, remains.
Funeral services were conducted at Union Church, near his old home, Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. Rowlon the Christian minister of Carrolton officiating. The interment was in the family burying ground in the adjacent cemetery. Parents: Benjamin Franklin SCOTT and Lucinda RUYLE.
Spouse: Alice J. KEMPER. Alice J. KEMPER and William Thomas SCOTT were married on 30 January 1884.
William Thompson SCOTT was born about 1789 in ,Halifax, VA. He died after 7 August 1820 at the age of 31 in AL. Parents: John Baytop SCOTT and Martha "Patsy" THOMPSON.
Spouse: Charlotte Hook CLARK. Charlotte Hook CLARK and William Thompson SCOTT were married in July 1814 in ,Bedford, VA.
Winnie J. SCOTT was born on 31 May 1913 in ,Lauderdale, AL. She was born on 31 May 1913 in , Lauderdale, AL. She died on 19 November 2008 at the age of 95 in Florence, Lauderdale, Al. Winnie was buried in Pine Hill Cemetery, Lauderdale, AL. SSDI-419-33-0615-AL
Spouse: Earl McKinley DOWDY. Winnie J. SCOTT and Earl McKinley DOWDY were married in 1931 in ,Lauderdale, AL.
Wyatt SCOTT was born about 1835 in , Greene, IL. He was also known as Wyeth. He died unknown. Wyatt Scott served in Co K, 91st Ill Inf during the CW, He applied for a pension on 7 Aug 1890, application # 850197, certificate #616399, Attorney J. C. Winter
1860 census, Crater, Calhoun, IL p. 807
865/865 Wyatt Scott, 28, M, W, Farmer, IL
Juda Scott, 23, F, W, KY
Benjamin Scott, 4, M, W, IL
Mary Scott, 2, F, W, IL
Edward Scott, 11/12, M, W, IL
1880 census, Greene co IL, p172A (from online genwebsite)
33/61/65 Wyatt Scott, W, M, 50, M, Laborer, IL, KY, KY
Judy Scott, W, F, 49, wife, M, Keep House, KY, KY, KY
Thomas Scott, W, M, 20, son, S, Farm Laborer, IL, IL, KY
Olive Scott, W, F, 11, dau, S, KS, IL, KY
Edward Scott, W, M, 4, son, IL, IL, KY Parents: Benjamin Terry SCOTT and Christine DRAKE.
Spouse: Judy LOGAN. Judy LOGAN and Wyatt SCOTT were married on 7 January 1855 in , Greene, IL. Greene co IL MB 1/116, IL statewide marriage index on line Children were: Benjamin SCOTT, Mary SCOTT, Thomas Edward SCOTT, Olive SCOTT, Edward SCOTT.
Zachariah Dayton SCOTT was born about 1848. Parents: James C. SCOTT and Mariah PIPER.
Zane Michael SCOTT (private). Parents: Gary Dean SCOTT and Marena Rubiyyih TUNKIN.
John SCOVERN was born on 7 March 1845 in Alexandria, Clark, MO. He died on 23 June 1923 at the age of 78 in Macon, Macon, MO. MO death certificate #1923-19248, John Scovern, Macon, Macon, MO, male white, married, dod 23 Jun 1923, cause: valvular heart disease, 5 months, spouse: Emma Haywood Scovern; dob 7 Mar 1845, 78y 3m 16d, occ: Banking, Stall Exchange Bank, Macon, MO, bp Alexandria, Clark, MO, father: Samuel Granville Scovern, bp Devonshire, England; mother: Elizabeth Gilling, bp Lincolnshire, Kirdon Parish, England; informant: Crhis R. Maffey, Macon MO, burial 25 Jun 1923, Oakwood Cemetery He was buried on 24 June 1923 at Oakwood Cemetery in Macon, Macon, MO. findagrave.com, Note: Son of Samuel Greenville Scovern in Devonshire, England and Elizabeth Gillings born in Kenton Parish, Lincolnshire, England. 1900 census, Macon, Macon, MO, p21A ED 71, T623_873
492/493 John Scovern, H, W, M, Mar 1845, 55, M, 30, MO, ENG, ENG, Banker, yes yes yes O F H
Emma Scovern, wife, W, F, Jan 1848, 52, M, 30, 1-1, MO KY VA, yes yes yes
May Scovern, dau, W F July 1873, 26, S, MO MO MO, yes yes yes
Edgar White, boarder, W M Oct 1862, 37, S, MO IL MO, Stenographer, yes yes yes
George W. Jager, boarder, W M Jan 1870, 30 S, MO, GER GER, hand work clerk, yes yes yes
May S. SCOVERN was born on 20 July 1872 in Kirksville, Adair, MO. She died on 14 November 1946 at the age of 74 in Macon, Macon, MO. MO death certificate #1946-41289; May S. Hunt, Macon, Macon, MO, female, white, widowed, dob 14 Nov 1946, cause: acute myocarditis, 2 days, due to carcinoma sigmoid; dob 20 Jul 1872, 74y 3m 24d, bp Kirksville, MO, father: John Scovern, bp Athens MO, mother: Emma Haywood, bp St. Francisville, MO, informant: John Shea, Macon, MO, burial: 16 Nov 1946 Oakwood Cemetery; May has an obituary in Calloway co, indexed on line but not available, listed as Mrs. Charles N. Hunt She was buried on 16 November 1946 at Oakwood Cemetery in Macon, Macon, MO. MO death certificate #1946-41289 Parents: John SCOVERN and Susan Emma HAYWOOD.
Spouse: HUNT. May S. SCOVERN and HUNT were married before 1 January 1920. May is living with her parents in the 1920 Macon co MO census, listed as married, using the surname Hunt, in the 1910 census, living with her parents in Macon co, she is still single
Clara Edith SCRIGGINS was born on 25 May 1877 in KY. She died on 26 February 1947 at the age of 69 in Carlisle, Nicholas, KY. She was buried on 28 February 1947 in Carlisle, Nicholas, KY. KY death certificate #1947-4320, Clara Edith Cox, res: Carlisle, Nicholas, KY, d: Johnson Memorial Hospital, Carlisle, Nicholas co KY; cause: cerebral hemorrhage, 5 hours, contributory: essential hypertension, female white, widowed, husband: Foster Cox, dob 25 May 1877, bp: blank, housewife, father: Charles Scriggens, bp Maine; mother Clara Mauser, bp Kenton co, informant: Chas M. Cox, Carlisle KY, burial: 28 Feb 1947, Carlisle KY
Helen SCRIPTURE was born on 7 October 1912. SSDI She died on 21 October 1992 at the age of 80 in Lexington, Fayette, KY. SSDI-400-04-5619-KY, last residence 40502 Lexington, Fayette, KY; death notice, The Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader, October 23, 1992, pB11
Helen S. Speed, 8i0, 840 Malabu Drive, mother of Elizabeth S. Rich, Nashville, died Wednesday. Services 11 a.m. Saturday, Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville, Visitation 4-7 p.m. today. W. R. Milward Mortuary - Broadway. Contributions suggested to Salvation Army.
She was buried on 24 October 1992 at Cave Hill Cemetery in Louisville, Jefferson, KY. Section P, Lot 594
SCRITCHFIELD was born on 20 May 1932 in Granby, Newton, MO. He died on 20 May 1932 at the age of 0 in Granby, Newton, MO. He was buried on 21 May 1932 at Oakwood Cemetery in ,Newton, MO. premature birth, 6 1/2 months, Parents: Ward Lyman SCRITCHFIELD and Grace Inez MURRAY.
Bernice SCRITCHFIELD was born on 23 July 1909 in Neosho, Newton, MO. She died on 23 April 1987 at the age of 77 in Modesto, Stanislaus, CA. CA death index; SSDI-558-22-7672 Parents: Ward Lyman SCRITCHFIELD and Grace Inez MURRAY.
Blanche Alice SCRITCHFIELD was born on 21 January 1907 in ,Newton, MO. She died on 3 March 1995 at the age of 88 in Modesto, Stanislaus, CA. CA death index; SSDI-568-12-6051 Parents: Ward Lyman SCRITCHFIELD and Grace Inez MURRAY.
Clarence Edward SCRITCHFIELD was born on 15 May 1891 in MO. He died on 19 July 1936 at the age of 45. He was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Newton, MO. WW1 draft registration: Clarence Edward Scritchfield, 26, RFD3, Neosho, MO, May 15, 1891, natural born, May, MO, U.S.A., Farming, Self, Farm 2 mi S. of Neosho, dependents: wife and 3 children, married, caucasian, no prior military service, exemption-wife and children, tall, medium build, blue eyes, light hair,not bald, no disabilities, Jun 5, 1917 Parents: John Murphy SCRITCHFIELD and Victoria CHAPPEL.
Edith D. SCRITCHFIELD was born about 1920 in MO. She died unknown. Parents: Ward Lyman SCRITCHFIELD and Grace Inez MURRAY.
Elizabeth SCRITCHFIELD was born about 1849 in , Cooper, MO. Parents: Garland Terry SCRITCHFIELD and Sarah Permalia BOYD.
Elizabeth Ann "Betsy" SCRITCHFIELD was born about 1828 in , Cooper, MO. She died unknown. Elizabeth is living with her brother, John and his family, in the 1860 Grand River Twp, Henry co census, with her son John M. T. Ross Parents: James S. SCRITCHFIELD and Elizabeth MURPHY.
Emaline "Milly" SCRITCHFIELD was born about 1811 in , Lincoln, KY. She died before 8 August 1849 at the age of 38 in ,Cedar, MO. husband James remarried on 8 Aug 1849 Parents: James S. SCRITCHFIELD and Elizabeth MURPHY.
Spouse: James HORNBECK. Emaline "Milly" SCRITCHFIELD and James HORNBECK were married on 27 July 1831 in , Cooper, MO. MO marriages, 1805-2002, ancestry.com, photocopy of marriage record Children were: Mordica HORNBECK, Michael HORNBECK, Samuel HORNBECK, Zerilda Ida "Rilda" HORNBECK, Lydia HORNBECK, Sarah HORNBECK, Rebecca HORNBECK.
Garland Terry SCRITCHFIELD was born on 23 August 1813 in ,Lincoln, KY. He owned on 9 November 1835 in MO. US General Land Office Records, 1796-1907, ancestry.com, Garland T. Scritchfield, issue date: 9 Nov 1835, state: Missouri, acres, 39.75, comments: South of Missouri River, Accession # MO530_.352, metes & bounds-no, Land office, Fayette, canceled-no, US reservations-no, mineral reservations-no, authority: April 24, 1820; Sale-Cash Entry (3 Stat.566) Legal Land Descritption:
Section 2, Twp 49N, Range 15-W, Meridian 5th PM, Counties-Cooper He died on 10 July 1869 at the age of 55 in ,McDonald, MO. Garland was buried on 11 July 1896 at Price Cemetery in May, McDonald, MO. findagrave.com 1840 census, Cooper, MO, p107, Roll 222
Terry Scritchfield, M: 1 5-9, 2 20-29, F: 1 u 5, 1 10-14, 1 20-29, 1 40-49, no slaves
1850 census, District 23, Cooper co MO p. 97 M432_397
396/396 George T. Scritchfield, 36, M, Farmer, $300, KY
Sarah P. Scritchfield, 32, F, MO
Susan F. Scritchfield, 8, F, MO, attended school
Maria Scritchfield, 7, F, MO, attended school
John F. Scritchfield, 4, M, MO
Elizabeth Scritchfield, 1, F, MO
1860 census, Grand River Twp, Henry, MO, p , M653_622
422/422 Garland T. Scrutchfield, 50, M, Farmer, $1600, $1181, KY
Sarah P. Scrutchfield, 45, F, MO, MO
John F. Scrutchfield, 14, M, MO
Susan F. Odol, 20, F, MO
Mary E. Odol, 3, F, MO
Elizabeth Scrutchfield 32, F, MO
John F. Scrutchfield, 1, M, MO Parents: James S. SCRITCHFIELD and Elizabeth MURPHY.
Spouse: Sarah Permalia BOYD. Sarah Permalia BOYD and Garland Terry SCRITCHFIELD were married on 22 August 1833 in ,Cooper, MO. MO marriage records, 1805-2002, ancestry.com Children were: Susan F. SCRITCHFIELD, Maria SCRITCHFIELD, John Franklin SCRITCHFIELD, Elizabeth SCRITCHFIELD.
Harold J. SCRITCHFIELD was born on 26 April 1925 in MO. He died on 11 August 2006 at the age of 81 in Seneca, Newton, MO. SSDI-560-20-5020-CA Parents: Ward Lyman SCRITCHFIELD and Grace Inez MURRAY.
Hubert Carl SCRITCHFIELD was born on 24 June 1917 in MO. He died in August 1978 at the age of 61 in Concord, Contra Costa, CA. SSDI-554-07-7377-CA Parents: Ward Lyman SCRITCHFIELD and Grace Inez MURRAY.
James Berry SCRITCHFIELD was born about 1817 in , Lincoln, KY. He died unknown. James Berry sold his share of the land he inherited, in Sept 1841, to his sister, Elizabeth Ann. Unable to find him in any censuses from 1850 forward Parents: James S. SCRITCHFIELD and Elizabeth MURPHY.
James S. SCRITCHFIELD was born about 1778 in , Surry, NC. He died before 16 January 1833 at the age of 55 in , Cooper, MO. James' middle name was probably Scott
Abstract from Cooper co WB A/59, compiled, 1959, by Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry
Will of James Scritchfield
To my wife, Elizabeth.............
To my sons: Garland Tary and John Murphy....
To my daughters, Lucy Boyd, Prudence Story, and Betsey Ann...
To my sons, James Berry.....
Elizabeth and Alexandriah johnson, Exe. Written 19 Dec 1832, Recorded 16 Jan 1833
Witnesses: John Smith and James Smith
Cooper co Marriages:
Emaline Scritchfield to James Hornback 27 Jul 1831 A/136
Lucinda Scritchfield to Robert Boyd 18 Sept 1828 A7
Prudence Schritchfield to Cornelius Story 8 Feb 1829 . A98
Garlan Lee Scritchfield to Permalia Boyd 22 Aug 1833 B/9
Land Patent Details, BLM GLO Records
Patentee: James Scritchfield; Issue Date 2/1/1824; Land Office: Franklin, State MO; Acres 80; Document Nr.: 2716
Accession/Serial Nr.: MO0460_.250 BLM Serial #: MO NO S/N
E1/2SW Sec 24/ Twp 48-N Range 16-2 Meridian 5th PM State MO County Cooper
1810 census, Lincoln co KY, p. 134
line 13-James Scrutchfield-1 m b. 1765-1784; 2 f b 1800-1810, 1 f b 1784-1794
1820 census, Harrison co IN, p. 54
2 m 0-10, 1 m 26-45; 1 f 0-10, 1 f 10-16, 1 f 16-26, 1 f 26-45
1830 census, unk twp, Cooper co MO, p. 207 M19_73
James Scritchfield-1 m 10-15, 1 m 15-20, 1 m 50-60; 1 f 0-5, 1 f 15-20, 1 f 40-50 Parents: Arthur SCRUTCHFIELD and Lucy SCOTT.
Spouse: Elizabeth MURPHY. Elizabeth MURPHY and James S. SCRITCHFIELD were married on 11 November 1807 in , Lincoln, KY. this is bond date, marriage may or may not have been same date or later Children were: Lucinda "Lucy" SCRITCHFIELD, Emaline "Milly" SCRITCHFIELD, Prudence SCRITCHFIELD, Garland Terry SCRITCHFIELD, James Berry SCRITCHFIELD, Elizabeth Ann "Betsy" SCRITCHFIELD, John Murphy SCRITCHFIELD.
James T. SCRITCHFIELD was born about 1859 in ,Henry, MO. He was born about 1859 in , Henry, MO. Parents: John Murphy SCRITCHFIELD and Louisa J. .
John Franklin SCRITCHFIELD was born on 22 September 1845 in ,Cooper, MO. He died on 6 November 1903 at the age of 58 in ,McDonald, MO. He was buried on 7 November 1903 at Price Cemetery in May, McDonald, MO. findagrave.com, photo of tombstone 1900 census,
162/163 J. F. Scritchfield, W, M, Apr 1845, 54, S, MO, KY MO, Farmer, yes yes yes, O F F
living next door is Charles Scritchfield, b. AR, 1870 Parents: Garland Terry SCRITCHFIELD and Sarah Permalia BOYD.
John Murphy SCRITCHFIELD was born in January 1831 in , Cooper, MO. 1860 census, Osage Twp, Henry, MO, p , M653_622, P. O. Brownings Ferry
354/354 John Scritchfield, 29, M, Farmer
Louisa J. Scritchfield, 18, F
James T. Schitchfield, 1, M
Beniah White, 26, M, Farm hand
Elizabeth Ross, 32, F,
John M. T. Ross, 1, M
1900 census, Buffalo Twp, Newton, MO, p1A, ED 102, T623_877
3/3 John M. Scritchfield, H, W, M, Jan 1832, 69, M, 16, MO KY KY, Farmer, 0, yes yes yes R F
Victoria Scritchfield, wife, W, F, Jan 1860, 40, M, 16, 4-4, AR, SCOT, AR, no no yes
Nathaniel Scritchfield, son, W, M, Oct 1885, S, MO MO AR, Farm laborer, 5, yes yes yes
Ward L. Sctitchfield, son, W, M, Jan 1887, 13, S, MO MO AR, Farm laborer, 5, yes yes yes
Permelia A. Scritchfield, dau, W, F, Jan 1888, 12, S, MO MO AR, 5, yes yes yes
Clarence Scritchfield, son, W, M, Mar 1891, 9, S, MO MO AR, 5, yes yes yes
Mary Chappel, mother-in-law, W, F, Apr 1825, 75, M, 12-7, AR, --, --, no no yes Parents: James S. SCRITCHFIELD and Elizabeth MURPHY.
Spouse: Victoria CHAPPEL. Victoria CHAPPEL and John Murphy SCRITCHFIELD were married about 1884 in MO. Children were: Nathaniel SCRITCHFIELD, Ward Lyman SCRITCHFIELD, Permelia A. SCRITCHFIELD, Clarence Edward SCRITCHFIELD.
John W. SCRITCHFIELD was born about 1928 in MO. He died unknown. Parents: Ward Lyman SCRITCHFIELD and Grace Inez MURRAY.
Lucinda "Lucy" SCRITCHFIELD was born on 14 October 1808 in , Lincoln, KY. She died on 25 January 1884 at the age of 75 in ,Benton, OR. on slab with daughters, Mary Ann Palmer and Prudence Mulin; wife of Robert Boyd, inscription: Pioneer 1844 L.B. She was buried on 26 January 1884 at Bellfountain Cemetery in ,Benton, OR. findagrave.com, Plot 45 Parents: James S. SCRITCHFIELD and Elizabeth MURPHY.
Spouse: Robert Berry BOYD Jr.. Lucinda "Lucy" SCRITCHFIELD and Robert Berry BOYD Jr. were married on 18 September 1828 in , Cooper, MO. Children were: Prudence Ann BOYD, Elizabeth BOYD, Mary Ann BOYD, Pamilia Jane BOYD, Arthur J. BOYD, Cynthia Ann BOYD, James Robert "Jay" BOYD.
Maria SCRITCHFIELD was born about 1843 in , Cooper, MO. Parents: Garland Terry SCRITCHFIELD and Sarah Permalia BOYD.
Maxine L. SCRITCHFIELD was born on 12 January 1912 in Neosho, Newton, MO. She died on 1 March 1931 at the age of 19 in Neosho, Newton, MO. She was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Newton, MO. cause of death: hemmorage in paracardium, contributotry-auto accident on U.S. highway #71, near McLeheny MO Parents: Ward Lyman SCRITCHFIELD and Grace Inez MURRAY.
Morse G. SCRITCHFIELD was born about 1927 in MO. He died unknown. Parents: Ward Lyman SCRITCHFIELD and Grace Inez MURRAY.
Nathaniel SCRITCHFIELD was born in October 1885 in MO. He died on 18 April 1916 at the age of 30. He was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Newton, MO. Parents: John Murphy SCRITCHFIELD and Victoria CHAPPEL.
Oleda Mildred SCRITCHFIELD was born on 22 January 1915 in MO. CA death index, 1940-1997, ancestry.com, mother's maiden-Murry, father's surname: Scritchfield She died on 30 March 1994 at the age of 79 in ,Tulare, CA. SSDI-570-05-7479-CA, last residence: 95119 San Jose, Santa Clara, CA; CA death index, 1940-1997, ancestry.com Parents: Ward Lyman SCRITCHFIELD and Grace Inez MURRAY.
Spouse: Charles Edward MOLL. Oleda Mildred SCRITCHFIELD and Charles Edward MOLL were married on 15 September 1933 in Granby, Newton, MO. MO marriage records, 1805-2002 Children were: Ida Grace "Gracie" MOLL.
Permelia A. SCRITCHFIELD was born in January 1888 in MO. Parents: John Murphy SCRITCHFIELD and Victoria CHAPPEL.
Prudence SCRITCHFIELD was born about 1813 in , Lincoln, KY. She died after 1 June 1850 at the age of 37. 1850 census, District 23, Cooper co MO p. 97 M432_397
398/398 Prudence Story, 37, F, $600, KY
James F. Story, 19, M, Farmer, MO
Catherine Story, 17, F, MO
Mary E. Story, 10, F, MO, attended school
Cornelius Roberson, 20, M, Farmhand, MO
David F. Roberson, 18, M, Farmhand, MO Parents: James S. SCRITCHFIELD and Elizabeth MURPHY.
Susan F. SCRITCHFIELD was born about 1840 in , Cooper, MO. She died before 1 June 1870 at the age of 30 in MO. Parents: Garland Terry SCRITCHFIELD and Sarah Permalia BOYD.
Spouse: F. D. KELSE.
Ward Lyman SCRITCHFIELD was born on 19 January 1886 in MO. He died in 1932 at the age of 46. He was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Newton, MO. WW1 draft registration, Ward Lyman Scritchfield, RFD1, Goodman, McDonald co MO, 33, Jan 29, 1886, white, native born, Farming, nearest relative, Inas Grace Scritchfield, RFD 1, Goodman, McDonald, MO, tall, slender build, grey eyes, brown hair, no disabilities, Sept 12, 1918
1920 census, Buffalo Twp, McDonald, MO, p7A, ED 124, T625_919
131/141 Ward Schritchfield, H, R, M W, 33, M, yes yes, AR MO MO, yes, Farmer, Gen Farm, OA
Grace Schritchfield, wife, F W, 28, M, yes yes MO MO MO, yes, none,
Blanche Schritchfield, dau, F, W, 13, S, yes yes yes, MO MO AR, yes none
Bernice Schritchfield, dau, F, W, 10, S, yes yes yes MO MO AR, yes none
Maxine Schritchfield, dau, F, W, 8, S, ys yes yes, MO MO AR, none
Oleta Schritchfield, dau, F, W, 5, S, MO MO AR, none
Hubert Schritchfield, son, M W 3, S, MO MO AR, none
1930 census, Carroll Twp, Texas, MO, p1B, ED 4, Roll 1249
14/15 Ward L. Scritchfield, H, R $15, no, M, W, 44, M, 19, no yes AR MO AR, yes, Foreman, State Road contraction, W, yes no
Grace L. Scritchfield, wife, F, W, 39, M, 15, no yes MO MO IN, yes, none
Maxine L. Scritchfield, dau, F, W, 18, S, no yes, MO AR MO, yes, laborer, candy shop, W, no
Aleda M. Scritchfield, dau, F, W, 15, S, yes yes mO AR MO, yes, none
Hubert C. Scritchfield, son, M, W, 12, S, yes yes MO AR MO, yes, none
Edith D. Scritchfield, dau, F, W, 10, S, yes yes MO AR MO,yes, none
Herold J. Scritchfield, son, M, W, 4 2/12, S, no MO AR MO, none
Morse G. Scritchfield, son, M, W, 2 ?/12, S, no MO AR MO, none
John W. Scritchfield, son, M, W, 1/ 2/12, S, no, MO AR MO, none
Thomas Williams, boarder, M, W, 50, Wd, no yes MO MO MO, yes, laborer, Road consturction, W, yes, no
Elmer Gilisby, boarder, M W 21, S, no yes MO MO MO, yes, laborer, Road construction, W, yes, no
Spouse: Grace Inez MURRAY. Grace Inez MURRAY and Ward Lyman SCRITCHFIELD were married on 27 April 1905 in Pineville, McDonald, MO. Children were: Blanche Alice SCRITCHFIELD, Bernice SCRITCHFIELD, Maxine L. SCRITCHFIELD, Oleda Mildred SCRITCHFIELD, Hubert Carl SCRITCHFIELD, Edith D. SCRITCHFIELD, Harold J. SCRITCHFIELD, Morse G. SCRITCHFIELD, John W. SCRITCHFIELD, SCRITCHFIELD.
Amanda C. SCROGGINS was born about 1808 in ,Bourbon, KY. She died after 1 June 1870 at the age of 62 in Spottsville, Henderson, KY. Parents: Robert H. SCROGGINS and Narcissa MILLS.
Spouse: Edward F. EASTIN.
Elixabeth Jane "Lizzie" SCROGGINS was born on 11 October 1832 in Jamestown, Fentress, TN. She died on 20 January 1909 at the age of 76 in Edmonton, Metcalfe, KY. data from wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com Bruce York's Fentress County, TN information Parents: Samuel Mills SCROGGINS and Pheriba GUINN.
Eliza SCROGGINS was born about 1810 in ,Bourbon, KY. She died unknown. Parents: Robert H. SCROGGINS and Narcissa MILLS.
John G. SCROGGINS was born about 1806 in ,Bourbon, KY. He died after 1 June 1870 at the age of 64 in Downingsville, Grant, KY. Parents: Robert H. SCROGGINS and Narcissa MILLS.
Louisa SCROGGINS was born about 1802 in ,Bourbon, KY. She died after 1 June 1870 at the age of 68 in Milford, Butler, OH. living with son, Robert S. McClintock in the 1870 Milford, Butler co OH census, not found with him in the 1880 Butler co census (he's listed as Mc Clintack-jek) Parents: Robert H. SCROGGINS and Narcissa MILLS.
Spouse: Daniel MCCLINTOCK. Louisa SCROGGINS and Daniel MCCLINTOCK were married on 7 July 1817 in ,Bourbon, KY.