Category Archives: GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH TRIPS

Obadiah Scott Senior’s (1737 to 1828) Burial in Scott Cemetery

In 2008 when I traveled to Luzerne County in Pennsylvania, I tried to find the burial locations of a great many Goss, Seward, Scott and other associated families on my trip. Much to my frustration, Obadiah Scott’s burial and tombstone … Continue reading

Posted in Huntington Twp., Luzerne County, Marietta Goss & J. Wesley Kunkle, Northeast Pennsylvania Genealogical Society, Obadiah Scott Sr. & Hannah Howe & Charity Barber Sutliff, Scott/Waterton Cemetery, Trip to Pennsylvania 2008 see Pennsylvania Wandering Blog for more info | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

The Scott Family: Two Scott Sisters, Hannah & Olive daughters of Obadiah and Hannah Scott.

The Scott family is old and was part of the founding of Waterbury, Connecticut and more. The lineages of the Scott family and their respective spouses is also old and goes back to England. Other associated surnames are:  Bird, Upson, … Continue reading

Posted in David Scott & Sarah Richards, Edmund Scott, Huntington Twp., Nathaniel Goss and his wife Hannah Scott, Obadiah Scott b. 1714 & Mary Andruss, Obadiah Scott Sr. & Hannah Howe & Charity Barber Sutliff, Olive Scott Goss, The Wife, Scott Surname, TRIP - Massachusetts & Connecticut Genealogical Trip April 2011 (formerly Massachusetts Meanderings), Waterbury | Tagged | Leave a comment

Solomon Goss and Bounty Land Warrants 1790 and later 1800…

When I was touring in Pennsylvania back in 2008, I visited the David Library of the American Revolution. It was located north of Philadelphia near Washington’s Crossing. They will be moving to Philadelphia in 2020.  This is good news for … Continue reading

Posted in John Andrews Spracklin & Lydia Goss, Knox County, Ohio Research trips 2011 and 2007, Solomon Goss and Olive (Scott) Goss (Son of Philip & Mary (Kendall) Goss, Trip to Pennsylvania 2008 see Pennsylvania Wandering Blog for more info, Washington County, Zaccheus Biggs Patent & A Deed | Tagged , , | Leave a comment