Category Archives: Jesse Scott and Amy Evans

Jesse Scott, Amy Evans and a Deed of Partition of Nathaniel Evans’ Land

Nathaniel Evans was the father of Amy (Evans) Scott and on the 18 day of March 1815 a deed was created by a Sarah Evans, widow of Nathaniel, selling land to a Abner Suber. According to other researchers Nathan Evans … Continue reading

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A grandson, John Scott, writes to his grandfather Obadiah Scott 1825

The old letters of the Goss family are difficult to read. I tried to decipher them, and I gave it a try with this letter.  One of the things our ancestors would do, is write the letter on one page, … Continue reading

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Jesse Scott and Amy Evans’ children: An Overview Part II

Jesse and Amy (Evans) Scott had about eight children, maybe more. In the last post I covered Cynthia Scott, David Scott, and another Jesse Scott born 1790. Jesse Scott’s probate lacked a lot of details about his heirs in Luzerne, … Continue reading

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