Journal Report

Ancestors of Walter Scott



Generation One


1. WALTER1 SCOTT was born circa 1735 at Ireland. He married Mary (--?--) circa 1754. He died on 9 Aug 1815 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.1 He was buried on 11 Aug 1815; The burial record for him, located within Rev. Stewart's Anglican records for Caldwell's and Christie's Manors indicates he was "late of Swanton, VT". It is possible he died at Swanton, and his daughter Jane Scott Mansfield, and her husband, Theophilus Mansfield, brought him back to the Manors for burial. No known gravestone in Swanton or in Clarenceville or Noyan.2

Walter Scott arrived from Ireland "2 yrs after the French War". If we are to calculate this following the "end" of the War in 1763, we assume he arrived about 1765. Given that at least one son and one daughter was old enough to be married before they left Stillwater in 1777, this writer assumes Walter was married in Ireland, and his eldest children may have been born there.
After settling in Stillwater, New York, Walter leased land from Peter Schuyler - for one term in 1768, and another in 1772. According to the indenture made on the 5th of April 1768 Walter Scott was living on 198 acres on Lot #41, Farm #3 - the first rent was to be four pounds nineteen shillings and three pence Sterling to be paid on the 29th September 1772.
From June to December 1776, he was kept in different jails in Connecticut, one of which was in Hartford where he was imprisoned with Philip Skene. He was then released on parole and returned to his own farm in Stillwater, but was still tormented by the British troops almost daily. He says his sons joined the British troops and when Burgoyne traveled through Stillwater, he and two sons and their families joined them for safety. By his account, he had 200 acres where he built a house, 2 barns, 2 stables and had other out buildings. When the property was confiscated, he had cleared 130 acres and had 2 orchards, and had lost 7 horses, 15 cows, in addition to steer, hogs, sheep bushels of wheat, and all furniture and clothing. The family arrived at Laprairie 7 Nov 1777 as 3 males, 2 females, and 4 children. On a Return of Families for the district of Montreal dated June 1778, Walter Scott's family consisted of 3 men, 2 women, 3 children over 10 and 1 child under 10 and noted as being "in great distress" with a large family. On a Loyalist list dated 1781 Walter Scott was noted to be "an old sick man", quartered at Montreal with a family of 2 males, 1 female, 1 male child over 6, 2 female children over 6. It may have been his son John considered separately, also noted as "sick".
A document dated 25 May 1790 lists the present inhabitants of Christies Manor...#7 Walter Scott Sr, #8 Walter Scott Jr, #9 Thomas Scott. As of Sept 1989 there is no clue to Walter Jr. His name is listed frequently in the Lower Canada Land Records, but have found no further reference to him in other records, unless he was also known as James. On 31 Jan 1795, there was a petition made for land in Hemmingford by James Scott, "for himself and his Father and brother, Walter Scott and Thomas Scott" as well as the Carrigan brothers and others, "all suffering Loyalists".
In a petition dated the 16th Sept 1795, Walter Scott, once again, gives an account of his troubles while in Stillwater, adding he settled in Christie's Manor after the War and now had cleared a farm. Now, having such a large family he felt that since none of his family had applied for Waste Lands of the Crown (excepting lots given him and his sons in Hemmingford, which they found to be unfit for cultivation), he hopes that he and his family might obtain land in Clifton. He continues by naming all in his family which serves as proof to his descendants...Mary his wife, John, Thomas and James his sons, as well as Mary Carrigan, Easter(sic) Lucus, Jeannie Scott, his daughters..John Flemming, also of his family and a Loyalist...
As of this writing, nothing is known of John Fleming and his relationship to the Scotts. Walter Scott and wife Mary received 1200 acres, his sons 600 acres each and his daughters 200 acres each. John Flemming also received 200 acres. There is a slight chance, I suppose, that John Fleming might be a brother to Walter's wife Mary, and therefore, "of his family", or the son of a previous marriage that Mary had. Daughter Ann Scott was not mentioned since she filed a Claim in her own right under her husband, Conrad Barnet.3


Children of Walter1 Scott and Mary (--?--) were as follows:

Generation Two


2. ANN2 SCOTT (Walter1) was born circa 1755.4 She married Conrad Barnet at probably Stillwater, Saratoga Co, New York.5 She married Isaac Hall on 4 Oct 1781 at Montreal, Montreal Co, Quebec.6 She died after 1819 at Montreal, Montreal Co, Quebec; Ann Hall was a witness to her daughter's marriage to Richard Hall Ker in 1819.7
She witnessed the baptism of Amos Lucas on 12 Feb 1804 at Christ Church Anglican, Montreal, Montreal Co, Quebec; Sponsors were "Is" Hall, proxy for"Theofules Mansfield" and Ann Hall, proxy for Jane Mansfield. This baptism serves to show another positive connection of Ann Scott Barnet Hall to Walter Scott. Although Theo and Jane Scott Mansfield were not present, they were the desired sponsors for this child.8

Children of Ann2 Scott and Conrad Barnet were as follows:

Children of Ann2 Scott and Isaac Hall were as follows:
3. JAMES2 SCOTT (Walter1) was born circa 1756 at Ireland. He married Anna Willet. He died on 19 Apr 1847 at St Luc, St Jean Co, Quebec; James was aged 91, and it was noted on the record that he was a Protestant who had converted to Catholicism.16 He was buried on 21 Apr 1847 at Catholic Cemetery, St Luc, St Jean Co, Quebec; The witnesses were Isaie Fougere and Etienne Lombrette. Interesting that his sons were not the witnesses.16

     James Scott received land in the 2nd Concession of the Seigniory of Noyan in 1794 [files of Peter Lukin, notary], although it appears that he was one Scott to have left Noyan very early. In the files of Henry Griffin, notary, a document [#1522, 27 July 1816] between James Scott and Hix Salls states that by 1816, James had removed to Blairfindie, Quebec. A Writ of Execution dated 23 Sept 1815 shows James Scott was a Tavernkeeper in the parish of Blairfindie who was seizing land held by John Willard of Noyan. The land was 1/2 of Indian, or Scott's Point in Noyan, bounded on the north by Lot 1, on the south and west by South River and on the east by Ephraim Wheeler's land. It also had a log house and barn on the property. More land was bounded to the north by Walter Scott's farm, to the south by Scott's Point, on the east and west by unconceded lands and South River with about 40 acres under improvement and a log barn.      A later Writ of Execution dated 11 Sept 1817 showed that Alexander Hart, a merchant of Montreal, had a suit against James Scott, then a yeoman of Blairfindie and had seized a parcel of land at the Cote Sainte Stanislas in the Parish of Ste. Marguerite of Blairfindie, bounded in front by little river Montreal, to the rear by Cote Ste. Francois Borgea, commonly called the BattleGround,, on one side by King's Highway, leading from Laprairie to St. John, on the other by 2 other tracts which eventually bordered up against land of John Houle.      Apparently, his two sons remained in L'Acadie after he moved to Laprarie. He gave his two lots in Laprarie to his sons, James Jr and Stephen on 2 June 1823. Records show that James Scott purchased land in Laprairie from 1824 through 1827, acquiring lots on both St-Henri and St-Paul Streets. On January 1st, 1832, James was listed as a land owner on Cote St-Stanislas L'Acadie. His son Stephen was listed as land owner nearby. On December 28th, 1836, James Scott made a declaration on his properties in Laprairie. In September 1839 he had his L'Acadie land surveyed, lots 99 and 100.


Children of James2 Scott and Anna Willet were as follows:
4. JOHN2 SCOTT (Walter1) was born before 1760. He married Dorcus Freeman, daughter of John Freeman, on 28 Aug 1784 at Christ Church Anglican, Montreal, Montreal Co, Quebec.17 He died in Oct 1796 at Quebec.

Children of John2 Scott and Dorcus Freeman were as follows:
5. THOMAS2 SCOTT (Walter1) was born before 1765. He married Anna Willoughby circa 1787 at probably Quebec. He died after 1838 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.18
It is still unknown what date Thomas Scott Sr. actually died. No will or estate records have been located as yet. It is supposed that he died after 1838 since his wife's death record mentions she was Thomas' wife, not his widow. Although, it is surprising that his death is not located within those same Anglican records. Since brother James Scott had gone to Blairfindie by 1816, it is possible that Thomas Scott went to visit him at some point and died there. In any case, given more time and further investigation, I suspect that his death will finally be located.4
     On 4 March 1816, a Donation by Thomas Scott, Sr., to Thomas Scott, Jr., both of Noyan, was passed before Leon Lalanne, notary. Thomas Scott Sr. gives to his son Lot# 7 in the 4th Concession of Noyan in exchange for 5 pounds lawful money of the Province to be paid to him on January 1st each year. Beneath their signatures, it says Anna Willoughby, the wife of Thomas Scott, voluntarily agreed to the arrangement. Her first name was originally in the document as Nancy, but was struck out and Anna was written in.19


Children of Thomas2 Scott and Anna Willoughby were as follows:
6. MARY2 SCOTT (Walter1) was born circa 1770 at New York. She married Paul Carrigan before 1791. She died on 26 Oct 1801 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.
Very little is known about Mary Scott Carrigan and her short life. A document located within the files of Leon Lalanne dated 7 November 1801 says "Jane Holgate widow of the late Asa Holgate late of Swanton...declared...that whereas on or about the 26th day of October...Mary Carrighan of Noyan her sister widow of the late Paul Carrighan of Noyan...died...". It continues with Jane Holgate "by request and with the advice of certain relations and friends of the deceased did take in her custody certain effects and papers" from Mary's house. Jane then requested that notary Leon Lalanne inventory the items since she "considered herself exposed to erroneous suspicions...". The inventory included 4 shoe buckles, 6 tea spoons, a pair of sugar "tongues", a blue wooden box in the form of a book, which held a snuff box shaped like a small shoe containing gold rings, some silver wrapped in linen, keys and some papers. There were also other 3 pocket books with enclosed papers, and a parcel of more papers. Since Jane wanted these effects to be deposited with a person of trust, they were all wrapped together and delivered to Philip Ruiter, Esquire to hold. One has to wonder what information might have been found in all those papers.....as well as why Mary's sister felt the urgency to take those items. Probate records at Alburgh, Vermont for Paul Carrigan dated 1 November 1796 [Grand Isle Co, Vol. 1, 5] show his estate to be worth $362 including Lot# 42 in Alburgh, Vermont, oxen, sheep, a plough, weaver's loom, and many other necessary farming articles. This was inventoried 27 April 1797. Later pages dated the third Monday in March 1806 state that the administrator wished to sell the Alburgh land at public auction on the 2nd Tuesday of August 1806 to defray charges and settle the debts of the deceased Paul Carrigan. The land sold for $250 to Duncan McGregor and his personal estate was worth $172. Listed on this particular document was an interesting entry under charges and allowances - "Articles of personal property that the widow carried into Canada that I never could obtain and articles wrongly inventoried amounting....$101." The items inventoried by Leon Lalanne in 1801 certainly would not have been valued at $101, giving even more reason to be more curious about items taken by Jane Scott Holgate. There has been no evidence given that Paul Carrigan and Mary Scott had any children. However, in a document dated 20 Dec 1802 [Grand Isle Co., Vol. 1 17] concerning the estate of Philip Carrigan, Paul's brother, it is stated that settlement of that estate in the amount of $221 be divided between Patrick Carrigan and the heirs of Paul Carrigan. On 25 June 1803 the money was divided and laid out 14 acres each on the north side of the farm owned by said Peter Carrigan to the heirs of Paul Carrigan. Exact descriptions of the land was given and two names: Catherine Carrigan and Margaret Carrigan. The possibility of these two girls as daughters and therefore grandchildren to Walter Scott needs to be researched at length.20

Children of Mary2 Scott and Paul Carrigan were as follows:
7. ESTHER2 SCOTT (Walter1) was born before 1773.4 She married Daniel Lucas before 1790. She died on 23 Jun 1829 at Missisquoi Co, Quebec.21 She was buried on 25 Jun 1829 at Missisquoi Co, Quebec; Her burial record says Esther was the wife of Daniel Lucas, "formerly of Noyan, now of Upper Canada".1

Children of Esther2 Scott and Daniel Lucas were as follows:
8. JANE2 SCOTT (Walter1) was born circa 1775 at New York.24 She married Asa Holgate, son of Asa Holgate and Martha Kathan, circa 1788.24 She married Theophilus Mansfield circa 1802 at Vermont. She died on 14 May 1818 at Vermont.25 She was buried at Church Street Cemetery, Swanton, Franklin Co, Vermont.25

     Jane "Holget" is listed among those who took the oath of allegiance at Missiskoui Bay between 1797 and 1798. Her entry is dated 31 March 1798, and in addition to herself and her husband there was a female below the age of 14; they had come from Vermont and were looking to settle in Clifton, Quebec [PAC, R.G. 1, L 3 L, Vol 206, Reel C-2869, pp.96333-96337].This would probably be the same land that was granted her father, Walter Scott. A later document located within the files of Leon Lalanne dated 12 March 1822 appears to also deal with this lot of land. Evidently, Jane's second husband and her widower, Theophilus Mansfield, of Georgia, Vermont sold Lots 6 and 7 in Clifton's 1st Range, amounting to 200 acres to Samuel Holgate of Milton, Vermont for $200. On 3 January 1826 Harvey Holgate, attorney for Theophilus Mansfield swore that he had signed the deed of conveyance voluntarily. This same record was deposited with the Town Clerk at Swanton, Vermont on 13 March 1822 [Vol 8, page 210 as noted by Lalanne's copy]. On the very bottom of the last page is written "within land belonging to the original note of Water Scoat..". At this point (1990) it is not known what relationship Harvey Holgate had with Jane Scott. He may very well be her son but further investigation is needed in Vermont to prove or disprove this line of thought. Samuel Holgate of the area was a brother to Asa Holgate.
She appeared on the census of 1800 at Swanton, Franklin Co, Vermont; Jane Holgate's household showed one male 10-15, one female 10-15, and one female 16-25.24


Children of Jane2 Scott and Asa Holgate were as follows:

There were no children of Jane2 Scott and Theophilus Mansfield.

Generation Three


9. JOHN3 BARNET (Ann2 Scott, Walter1) was born circa 1773. He married Mary McDonald on 23 Sep 1793 at Montreal, Montreal Co, Quebec.27 He died after 13 Nov 1832 at Quebec; The files of Peter Lukin, notary, show an Obligation of John Barnett to William Barnett.
He witnessed the marriage of Marie Jeanneteau and William Barnet on 8 Dec 1816 at Montreal, Montreal Co, Quebec; Marie was a widow when she married William.10 He lived in 1819 at 107 Notre Dame Street, Montreal, Montreal Co, Quebec; He was a shoemaker.28

Children of John3 Barnet and Mary McDonald were as follows:
10. ISAAC LIVINGSTON3 HALL (Ann2 Scott, Walter1) was born circa 1782 at Montreal, Quebec. He married Sophia Blodgett on 6 Apr 1818 at Montreal, Montreal Co, Quebec.42 He died circa 1822;
     Assignment of rights to the estate and succession of the late Isaac Livingston Hall were appointed to Sophia Blodgett and Hiram A. Amsden?. Then, a Discharge from Joseph Wilcox and his wife Sophia Blodgett was given to Hiram A. Amsden.
43


Children of Isaac Livingston3 Hall and Sophia Blodgett all born at Montreal, Montreal Co, Quebec, were as follows:
11. SARAH COMFORT CARLTON3 HALL (Ann2 Scott, Walter1)45 was born on 28 Jan 1795 at Montreal, Montreal Co, Quebec.46 She was baptized on 19 Aug 1795 at Montreal, Montreal Co, Quebec; The sponsors were listed as John Comfort, [Joredsa?] Comfort, and Jane Scott.46 She married Thomas Levallee on 8 Nov 1823 at Montreal, Montreal Co, Quebec; Witnesses were her father and William Barnett, "brother-in-law". Thomas was a merchant of Quebec, while Sarah was of Montreal. William Barnet was listed as Burnett, and signed that way.47 She died on 7 Sep 1843 at Quebec City, Quebec, Quebec, at age 48.48 She was buried on 10 Sep 1843 at Quebec City, Quebec, Quebec; Witnesses were Thomas Lavalee and Samuel Lavalee.48

Children of Sarah Comfort Carlton3 Hall and Thomas Levallee were:
12. ROSALIE3 SCOTT (James2, Walter1) was born circa 1795. She married Pierre Mercier on 11 Mar 1837 at St Athanese, Iberville Co, Quebec.52 She married Felix Pigeon on 16 Nov 1847 at St Athanase, Iberville Co, Quebec.53 She died on 10 Sep 1873 at Quebec.54 She was buried on 13 Sep 1873 at Ste-Anne-de-Sabrevois, Sabrevois, Iberville, Quebec.55

Children of Rosalie3 Scott and Pierre Mercier were:

There were no children of Rosalie3 Scott and Felix Pigeon.
13. STEPHEN [ETIENNE]3 SCOTT (James2, Walter1) was born circa 1799 at Henryville, Iberville Co, Quebec.57 He married Appoline Senecal on 30 Oct 1826 at St Stephen's Anglican Church, Chambly, Chambly Co, Quebec.58 He died on 26 Aug 1880 at St Luc, Ste-Jean Co, Quebec; His burial record shows he was 70 years old.59 He was buried on 28 Aug 1880 at St Luc, St Jean Co, Quebec; Present at his burial were Albert Scott and David Scott.59
He appeared on the census of 1851 at St Luc, Quebec; Stephen Scott, 51, Church of England, wife Pauline Senecal, 45, b. Laprairie, Catholic, dau Pauline, 25, also Catholic; Stephen, 23, Church of England; Caroline, 21, Rose, 19, Lucia, 18, William, 16, Norbert, 14, David, 12, Eliza, 7 and Anna, 2, all Catholic.57

Children of Stephen [Etienne]3 Scott and Appoline Senecal were as follows:
14. JAMES3 SCOTT JR. (James2, Walter1) was born circa 1801 at Henryville, Iberville Co, Quebec.78 He married Flavie Bonneau on 25 Jul 1825 at St Stephen's Anglican Church, Chambly, Chambly Co, Quebec.79
He was also known as Jacques. He appeared on the census of 1851 at St Luc, St Jean Co, Quebec; James Scott, 50, farmer, sons Stephen, 23, John, 22, all Church of England; also James, 18, Sophie, 21, Eliza, 17, and Philomene, 15, all, Catholic and b. St Luc. Also listed in the household were Eliza Bertrand, 4 b. Farnham, and Flavie Bonneau, listed as 30, b. Laprairie, widow? Need to really look at this -- must be Flavie the dau, but can not figure out why listed as Bonneau and 10 yrs older. Did she marry a Bonneau? Curious that the father married a Flavie Bonneau.80

Children of James3 Scott Jr. and Flavie Bonneau were as follows:
15. NANCY JANE3 SCOTT (John2, Walter1) was born on 15 Dec 1787 at Quebec.91 She married Abraham Truax, son of Abrahan Truax and Elizabeth VanAntwerp, before 1807. She died on 12 Sep 1880 at Mersea, Essex Co, Ontario, at age 92; She was recorded as being aged 92 years 8 months and 27 days.91

Children of Nancy Jane3 Scott and Abraham Truax were as follows:
16. JOHN3 SCOTT (John2, Walter1) was born in 1790 at Quebec. He married Mary Buck on 10 Jun 1812 at Dunham Anglican Church, Dunham, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.98 He died on 3 Apr 1860 at Stanbridge, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.99 He was buried on 5 Apr 1860 at Stanbury Cemetery, Stanbridge East, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.99

Children of John3 Scott and Mary Buck were as follows:
17. RICHARD3 SCOTT (John2, Walter1) was born circa 1794. He married Mercy Healey on 27 Sep 1815 at Dunham, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.93
He appeared on the census of 14 Sep 1860 at Cooper, Kalamazoo Co, Michigan; Richard Scott, 66 and wife Mercy, 64, were living with Edwin Scott, 23 and wife Sarah, 18. They were right next to two other sons, Rodman and John.101 He appeared on the census of 4 Jun 1870 at Trowbridge, Allegan Co, Michigan; Richard Scott, 78, Mercy, 78, Edrick, 34, Sarah, 27. Next door was Rachel Scott and her children.102

Children of Richard3 Scott and Mercy Healey were as follows:
18. THOMAS3 SCOTT JR (Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 1 May 1788 at Quebec. He married Mary Bullis, daughter of Joseph Bullis and Lydia Johnson, on 15 Sep 1812 at Isle La Motte, Grand Isle Co, Vermont; Both Thomas and Mary were of Lower Canada, and the marriage was recorded 10 Apr 1813.110 He died on 6 Apr 1881 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec, at age 92.111 He was buried on 8 Apr 1881 at Union Cemetery, Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.112
The "Commemorative Bio Record of Fox River Valley" concerning son Reuben, says Thomas married Mary Bullis, born in Massachusetts, the d/o Joseph Bullis, in 1807. The vital records at Isle La Motte, Vermont give the date 15 Sep 1812. It continues on, saying that he bought and improved a heavily timbered tract of land in Clarenceville, and was a very successful farmer. After improving the first tract and "increasing its value, he sold it at a good profit" and purchased another lot about a half mile away. He supposedly fought with the Canadian militia during the War of 1812, although at this point I have not obtained substantiating record of his service.113
     On 4 March 1816, a Donation by Thomas Scott, Sr., to Thomas Scott, Jr., both of Noyan, was passed before Leon Lalanne, notary. Thomas Scott Sr. gives to his son Lot# 7 in the 4th Concession of Noyan in exchange for 5 pounds lawful money of the Province to be paid to him on January 1st each year. Beneath their signatures, it says Anna Willoughby, the wife of Thomas Scott, voluntarily agreed to the arrangement. Her first name was originally in the document as Nancy, but was struck out and Anna was written in.19
He appeared on the census of 1851 at Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec; Thomas Scott, farmer, b. Canada, Episcopalian, 58, Mary, B. US, 54, Susan, 39, "Isiah", 20, Lenora, 18, and Thomas, 15.114


Children of Thomas3 Scott Jr and Mary Bullis were as follows:
19. SARAH3 SCOTT (Thomas2, Walter1) was born circa 1789 at Quebec. She married William Tryon, son of David Tryon and Elizabeth Lewis, circa 1805. She died after 28 Jun 1870 at Moira/Brushton, Franklin Co, New York.
She appeared on the census of 28 Jun 1870 at Moira, Franklin Co, New York; Sarah, 82, was living with her widowed daughter, Maria Tryon Salls in Moira.127

Children of Sarah3 Scott and William Tryon were as follows:
20. NANCY3 SCOTT (Thomas2, Walter1) was born circa 1791 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec. She married Comfort William Fadden, son of John Fadden and Catherine Van derwerken, circa 1809 at Quebec. She died on 11 Apr 1860 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.125 She was buried on 13 Apr 1860 at St George's Anglican Cemetery, Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.136

Children of Nancy3 Scott and Comfort William Fadden were as follows:
21. WILLIAM3 SCOTT (Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 1 Sep 1793 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.147 He married Prudence Covey, daughter of Samuel Covey Jr. and Permelia Burr, on 15 Aug 1816 at St George's Anglican Church, Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.1 He died on 6 Dec 1883 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec, at age 90.148 He was buried on 8 Dec 1883 at Union Cemetery, Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.149
He witnessed the marriage of John Scott and Mary Tallman on 7 May 1821 at Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec; Mary was widow of John Spoor of Noyan and John Scott was also of Noyan.150 He appeared on the census of 1851 at Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec; William Scott, farmer, b. Canada, Episcopalian, 59, Prudence, 53, Daniel, 17, Elvira, 12, and William, 8.151 He appeared on the census of 1871 at Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec; William Scott, 77, b. Quebec, Prudence, 73, W.L. Scott, 26 and Rachael Almira Scott, 30.152

Children of William3 Scott and Prudence Covey were as follows:
22. JOHN3 SCOTT (Thomas2, Walter1) was born circa 1796 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.163 He married Mary Tallman, daughter of Humphrey Tallman and Patience Allen, on 15 Jan 1821 at Alburgh, Grand Isle Co, Vermont. He married Mary Tallman, daughter of Humphrey Tallman and Patience Allen, on 7 May 1821 at Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec; Mary was widow of John Spoor of Noyan and John Scott was also of Noyan.150 He died on 20 Jan 1859 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.125 He was buried on 22 Jan 1859 at Missisquoi Co, Quebec.136
He appeared on the census of 1851 at Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec; John Scott, 55, b. Canada, farmer, Episcopalian, Mary, 56, Robert, 20, Gilbert, 17, Benjamin, 28, living Russelltown, Ira Row, age unknown, also living Russelltown; Lydia Spoor, 35, Methodist, as well as George Spoor, 28, and wife Almeda, 24 and Eber, 3.163 John Scott filed a Deed of Gift unto Gilbert Scott on the 27th Aug 1856 before Thomas Brassard, notary (#269), whereby he gives him Lot #3 and Lot #4 in the 5th range of concessions in Noyan. This land was bounded in the east by the South River in part along with a mud creek, to the north by George Phillips, to the south by Isaac Salls and to the west by the 4th concession. It mentions that John Scott acquired this land from his own father and his wife as a deed of gift on the 11th January 1821, executed before L. Barbeau, notary. It would be very interesting to see this as well as other Scott documents filed with Barbeau, but unfortunately, his files were all lost to fire many years ago. In this deed of gift, Gilbert, evidentally, acquired a house, cattle, a pig and 5 sheep, a wagon, sleigh, and plow, not to mention all the household furniture. In exchange for such a gift, Gilbert was bound to maintain and support his parents at his own cost for the remainder of their lives with "a good and comfortable room...kept warm in winter & furnished with a bed and beddings...to board them at his own table & with his family, to furnish them with clothing both for Sunday and weekdays...to procure the doctor in sickness...the use of a horse whenever wanted, if convenient to go to church or elsewhere...". It also specified that Gilbert would pay his brother Robert Scott $140 for his rights. It mentioned that all other children had been given their rightful shares. Again, the Barbeau files would be of great interest if they still existed. John Scott filed his will with Thomas Brassard, notary, on the 27th Aug 1856 (#270). He consented to a deed of gift along with his wife "Mary Thalman...unto Mr. Gilbert Scott, one of my beloved children" all property and money, and appointed both Gilbert and Robert, his sons, as executors of his Will.164

Children of John3 Scott and Mary Tallman were as follows:
23. CATHERINE3 CARRIGAN (Mary2 Scott, Walter1) was born circa 1791 at Quebec; It's not known who raised her before marrying John Reynolds. Both parents had passed by the time she was about ten years old.169 She married John D. Reynolds, son of Elisha Reynolds, on 21 Jan 1810 at Isle La Motte, Grand Isle Co, Vermont; The marriage was recorded 2 Sept 1811.170 She died on 13 Sep 1870 at Alburgh, Grand Isle Co, Vermont.171 She was buried at Reynolds Cemetery, So. Alburgh, Grand Isle Co, Vermont.172

Children of Catherine3 Carrigan and John D. Reynolds were as follows:
24. MARGARET3 CARRIGAN (Mary2 Scott, Walter1) was born circa 1794; It's not known who raised her before marrying a Steinhour. Both parents had passed by the time she was about seven years old. It is likely both her and her sister were taken in Jane Scott Holgate. She married Henry Stinehour.181 She died on 21 Dec 1873 at Highgate, Franklin Co, Vermont.181
Her married name was Steinhour.181

Children of Margaret3 Carrigan and Henry Stinehour were as follows:
25. JOHN3 LUCAS (Esther2 Scott, Walter1)22 was born circa 1790 at Quebec; It is not known for certain (PWW) that John is a son of Daniel and Esther, although very likely. He was born in Quebec, named his firstborn daughter Esther, a later son Daniel, and a son John Amos (which gives rise to the question as to whether this is actually Amos Lucas, bapt 1803).187 He married Eliza Harris before 1821.23 He died on 22 Jan 1874 at North Dorchester, Middlesex Co, Ontario.187
He appeared on the census of 1861 at Malahide, Elgin Co, Ontario; John Lucas, 72, Eliza, 62, both born Lower Canada; Silas, 27, Darcy, 23, Chauncy, 23, Daniel, 20, all born Upper Canada.188

Children of John3 Lucas and Eliza Harris were as follows:

Generation Four


26. CATHERINE4 BARNET (John3, Ann2 Scott, Walter1)196 was born on 16 May 1809 at Montreal, Montreal Co, Quebec.197 She was baptized on 28 May 1809 at Montreal, Montreal Co, Quebec.197 She married Nathaniel Wait Burpee on 23 Mar 1830 at Montreal, Montreal Co, Quebec.14 She married James McMahon on 31 May 1836 at Montreal, Montreal Co, Quebec.198

Children of Catherine4 Barnet and Nathaniel Wait Burpee were:

Children of Catherine4 Barnet and James McMahon all born at Quebec were as follows:
27. ROSE4 SCOTT (Stephen3, James2, Walter1) was born on 23 Aug 1833 at St Luc, Quebec.57 She married David Guertin on 25 Nov 1851 at St Luc, St Jean Co, Quebec.204

Children of Rose4 Scott and David Guertin all born at Quebec were as follows:
28. NORBERT ALBERT4 SCOTT (Stephen3, James2, Walter1) was born on 11 Feb 1837 at St Luc, Quebec.57 He married Marie Onezine Herbert on 6 Feb 1883 at Cathedral St-Jacque-le-Mineur, Montreal, Quebec.209 He died on 7 Oct 1900 at St Luc, St Jean Co, Quebec, at age 63.210 He was buried on 9 Oct 1900 at St Luc, St Jean Co, Quebec.210
He appeared on the census of 14 Apr 1891 at St Luc, Ste-Jean Co, Quebec; Albert Scott, 54, Onezine, 33, Joseph, 7, Anna, 6, Steven, 5, William, 1 and Henry, 3 mos. All were Catholic. Also in the house were Georgianna Duval, 19, William Duval, 18, Henry Duval, 16, and Lucie Senecal, 80.211

Children of Norbert Albert4 Scott and Marie Onezine Herbert all born at St Luc, Ste-Jean Co, Quebec, were as follows:
29. JEAN4 SCOTT (James3, James2, Walter1) was born on 20 Aug 1826 at LaPrairie, Quebec.81 He was baptized on 22 Aug 1826 at LaPrairie, Quebec; His godparents were Charles Bonneau and Émilie Robert.81 He married Aurelie Langevin on 21 Jul 1853.
He appeared on the census of 1881 at Ste-Gabriel, Hochelaga Co, Quebec; John Scott, 54, Aurelia, 47, John, 14, William, 13, Alice, 10, Ernest, 8 and Norbert, 3. They were or French origin and Catholic.213

Children of Jean4 Scott and Aurelie Langevin were as follows:
30. MARY4 TRUAX (Nancy3 Scott, John2, Walter1) was born on 12 Jul 1807 at Farnham, Missisquoi Co, Quebec. She married Henry Healey on 15 Feb 1825 at Dunham, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.218 She died on 11 Mar 1896 at Romney, Kent Co, Ontario, at age 88; She was recorded as being aged 88 years and 9 months, and death was attributed to cramps and shock of a duration of 15 minutes.219 She was buried at Wheatley Cemetery, Kent, Ontario.
As of 15 Feb 1825, her married name was Healy.218

Children of Mary4 Truax and Henry Healey were as follows:
31. REBECCA4 TRUAX (Nancy3 Scott, John2, Walter1) was born on 7 Jan 1830. She married John Thomas Wilkinson on 3 Mar 1858. She died on 30 Dec 1912 at Leamington, Essex Co, Ontario, at age 82. She was buried at Lakeview Cemetery, Leamington, Essex Co, Ontario.

Children of Rebecca4 Truax and John Thomas Wilkinson were as follows:
32. JANE4 SCOTT (John3, John2, Walter1) was born on 30 Dec 1816. She was baptized on 26 Jun 1846 at Farnham, Missisquoi Co, Quebec; St Armand Methodist Church. She married Hiram Gibbs, son of Isaac Gibbs and Lydia (--?--), on 25 Nov 1833 at Stanbridge Anglican Church, Stanbridge, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.

Children of Jane4 Scott and Hiram Gibbs were:
33. SYLVESTER4 SCOTT (John3, John2, Walter1) was born circa 1820 at Quebec. He married Ann Hawthorne, daughter of James Hawthorne and Jane (--?--). He died on 30 Jan 1895 at Missisquoi Co, Quebec.231 He was buried at Kirkwood Cemetery, Farnham, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.231

Children of Sylvester4 Scott and Ann Hawthorne were as follows:
34. FREEMAN4 SCOTT (John3, John2, Walter1) was born on 26 Apr 1820 at Farnham, Missisquoi Co, Quebec. He was baptized on 3 Mar 1844 at St Armand, Missisquoi Co, Quebec; St Armand Methodist Church. He married Nancy Welch, daughter of Archelaus Welch and Martha ? (--?--), on 8 Jan 1842 at Dunham, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.93 He died on 26 Nov 1887 at prob Stanbridge, Missisquoi Co, Quebec, at age 67. He was buried at Stanbury Cemetery, Stanbridge East, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.

Children of Freeman4 Scott and Nancy Welch were as follows:
35. FANNY4 SCOTT (John3, John2, Walter1) was born circa 1826 at Farnham, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.233 She married John Hase on 6 Jan 1846 at Stanbridge Baptist Church, Stanbridge, Missisquoi Co, Quebec; John Hase was aged 21 years and Fanny Scott was aged 19 years, with both Robert and Jane Hunter serving as witnesses. They married the same day as Fanny's sister Polly.100 She died on 21 Dec 1876; Farnham Anglican Cem. She died on 29 Dec 1876; Farnham Anglican Church. She was buried on 2 Jan 1877 at Farnham, Missisquoi Co, Quebec; Farnham Anglican Cemetery.

Children of Fanny4 Scott and John Hase were as follows:
36. EMILY4 SCOTT (John3, John2, Walter1) was born circa 1828 at Farnham, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.234 She married Harley Sanderson Meigs on 6 Jun 1849 at Stanbridge Baptist Church, Stanbridge, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.100 She died on 4 Dec 1891 at Brome Co, Quebec.235 She was buried at Mansonville Protestant Cemetery, Mansonville, Brome Co, Quebec.235

Children of Emily4 Scott and Harley Sanderson Meigs all born at Quebec were as follows:
37. ORILLA4 SCOTT (John3, John2, Walter1) was born on 29 Dec 1832 at Quebec. She married James Hase on 22 Apr 1859 at Potton, Brome Co, Quebec; Potton Baptist Church; Witnesses were Thomas Hase & Amitta Scott. She died on 31 Oct 1897 at prob Stanbridge, Missisquoi Co, Quebec, at age 64. She was buried at Stanbury Cemetery, Stanbridge East, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.

Children of Orilla4 Scott and James Hase all born at Stanbridge, Missisquoi Co, Quebec, were as follows:
38. DORCUS4 SCOTT (Richard3, John2, Walter1) was born on 26 Jun 1816 at Farnham, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.238 She was baptized on 13 May 1847 at Farnham, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.238 She married Joseph Miner circa 1837. She died on 25 Feb 1876 at Cooper, Kalamazoo Co, Michigan, at age 59.106

Children of Dorcus4 Scott and Joseph Miner were as follows:
39. HENRY4 SCOTT (Richard3, John2, Walter1) was born on 17 May 1818.248 He married Melona Pierce on 14 Apr 1845 at Dunham, Missisquoi Co., Quebec; Henry was of Farnham and Melona was of Stanbridge.249 He died on 10 Mar 1910 at Trowbridge, Allegan Co, Michigan, at age 91.250 He was buried on 13 Mar 1910 at Trowbridge, Allegan Co, Michigan.250

Children of Henry4 Scott and Melona Pierce were as follows:
40. JOHN4 SCOTT (Richard3, John2, Walter1) was born on 1 Apr 1824 at Farnham, Missisquoi Co, Quebec. He was baptized on 13 May 1847 at Farnham Anglican Church, Farnham, Missisquoi Co, Quebec. He married Rachel Johnson, daughter of William Johnson and Sarah ? (--?--), on 30 Dec 1847 at Farnham, Missisquoi Co, Quebec; Farnham Anglican Church. He died on 22 Jun 1869 at Trowbridge, Allegan Co, Michigan, at age 45.103 He was buried at Trowbridge Methodist Cemetery, Trowbridge, Allegan Co, Michigan.103
He appeared on the census of 14 Sep 1860 at Cooper, Kalamazoo Co, Michigan; John Scott, 36, Rachel, 28, William, 12, Rodman, 10, Henry, 7 and Sarah, 3. All were born Canada, except for Sarah, b. MI.254

Children of John4 Scott and Rachel Johnson both born at Quebec were as follows:
41. MARY4 SCOTT (Thomas3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 28 Nov 1815 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.255 She was baptized on 17 Aug 1834 at St George's Anglican Church, Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.116 She married Jonathan Wheeler, son of Joseph Wheeler and Hannah Brown, on 16 Feb 1835 at Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.

Children of Mary4 Scott and Jonathan Wheeler were as follows:
42. MILTON4 SCOTT (Thomas3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 18 Apr 1819 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec. He was baptized on 17 Aug 1834 at Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.116 He married Belinda Wheeler, daughter of Joseph Wheeler and Hannah Brown, on 22 Jan 1844 at Alburgh, Grand Isle Co, Vermont.258 He died before 1860; Milton must have passed away before 1860 since his wife, Belinda, was then living with her son on Omaha.259
He appeared on the census of 1851 at Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec; Milton Scott, 33, b. Canada, farmer, Episcopalian, Belinda, 43, and her children: Lucy Spoor, 16, Allen Spoor, 12, Jane Spoor, 10 and their daughter, Alzina Scott, 6.260

Children of Milton4 Scott and Belinda Wheeler both born at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec, were as follows:
43. EDWARD4 SCOTT (Thomas3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 12 Mar 1817. He was born on 12 Mar 1820 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.124 He was baptized on 1 Mar 1846 at Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.116 He married Margaret Young, daughter of Johannes Young and Lydia Ann Covey, on 8 Jun 1842 at Alburgh, Grand Isle Co, Vermont.266 He died on 1 Nov 1900 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec, at age 80.117 He was buried at Union Cemetery, Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.117

Children of Edward4 Scott and Margaret Young all born at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec, were as follows:
44. RUTHERFORD D.4 SCOTT (Thomas3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 11 Apr 1824 at Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec; Rutherford's daeth certificate indicates he was born 11 April 1826.273 He married Adeline Adelia Young, daughter of John Young Jr. and Emerline Patterson, on 8 Mar 1853 at Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.274 He died on 5 Apr 1884 at Menasha, Winnebago Co, Wisconsin, at age 59; Rutherford had suffered greatly and was totally blind before his death from neuralgia and typhoid fever.275 He was buried at Oak Hill Cemetery, Neenah, Winnebago Co, Wisconsin; Oak Hill Cemetery shows he died 20 Feb 1917 and ws buried 22 Feb 1917. The burial record says he was transferred from Merriman. The children listed with he and Adeline died too soon to ever show up in a census.276
Rutherford Scott supposedly arrived in Wisconsin in 1859, purchasing 150 acres in Section 13, Menasha Township. However, three of his children born after that date were baptised in Clarenceville; two in 1864 and one in 1868. This may only show that the family made visits back to Clarenceville. "History of Winnebago County, WI" by Lawson says he "was a good man, known for his uprightness and probity of character and all who knew him honored and respected him". He and his wife are said to have had seven children, with only three still living in 1908. Rutherford was known to be a Republican in politics and a "generous supporter of the Methodist Episcopal church. His obituary (Menasha Press, 10 April 1884) states that he "had been a great sufferer" being blind near the end, and had died of neuralgia and typhoid fever. The family homestead was purchased by his son Marshall J. Scott after Rutherford's death, and his widow, Adeline Adelia, stayed on living with her son until her own death in 1917. He appeared on the census of 12 Jun 1880 at Menasha, Winnebago Co, Wisconsin; Ruthaford Scott, 53, Adeline A., 44, Marshull, 20, Florence, 16, and Grace, 4.277

Children of Rutherford D.4 Scott and Adeline Adelia Young were as follows:

Children of Rutherford D.4 Scott include:
45. JANE A.4 SCOTT (Thomas3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 1 Mar 1829 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec. She was baptized on 17 Aug 1834 at Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec; St George's Anglican Church. She married Henry Noblis Taylor on 19 Mar 1845 at Alburgh, Grand Isle Co, Vermont.287 She married Hiram B. Taylor. She died on 18 Dec 1899 at Menasha, Winnebago Co, Wisconsin, at age 70.288

Children of Jane A.4 Scott and Henry Noblis Taylor all born at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec, were as follows:

Children of Jane A.4 Scott and Hiram B. Taylor all born at Wisconsin were as follows:
46. ISAIAH4 SCOTT (Thomas3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 16 Jul 1831 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.255 He was baptized on 17 Aug 1834 at St George's Anglican Church, Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.116 He married Margaret Jane (--?--). He died on 18 Feb 1896 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec, at age 64.117 He was buried on 21 Feb 1896 at Union Cemetery, Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.118
He appeared on the census of 1881 at Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec; Isaiah Scott, 49, Margaret J, 44, Thomas Scott, 92, Hattie, 11, and Susan, 68.291

Children of Isaiah4 Scott and Margaret Jane (--?--) were:
47. THOMAS D.4 SCOTT (Thomas3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 13 Oct 1836 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.289 He was baptized on 24 Aug 1853 at Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.136 He married Martha Jane Hanks, daughter of Philander Hanks and Martha Ferris, on 13 Aug 1868.294 He died on 22 Feb 1911 at Neenah, Winnebago Co, Wisconsin, at age 74.295 He was buried at Oak Hill Cemetery, Neenah, Winnebago Co, Wisconsin.295
Thomas D. Scott left Canada for Wisconsin in the spring of 1855 at age 19. He settled at Menasha, where he learned a miller's trade. In 1865 he served as orderly sergeant in Company D, Forty-first Wisconsin for three months. It is also mentioned in his personal sketch found in the book that he was a Republican in politics, like several others in his family were known to be. Shortly before the War broke out, he had gone to Appleton where he practiced his miller's trade for about 14 years. About 1878 he returned to Menasha where he was connected with a flour mill, initially having a partner, but as sole owner during the second year. In January, 1880 he became the proprietor of the National Hotel at Menasha and was well known as a worthy and respected citizen.296 He appeared on the census of 1880 at Menasha, Winnebago Co, Wisconsin; Thomas D. Scott was a miller, aged 41, born Canada and his wife Martha was aged 36, born VT. Daughters Ruby, 11, Jessie, 4 and Marcelette, 2, were all born in Wisconsin.297 He appeared on the census of 19 Apr 1910 at 429 First Street, Menasha, Winnebago Co, Wisconsin; Thomas D. Scott, 77, wife Martha, 66, had been married 42 years. Martha had four children, all living.298

Children of Thomas D.4 Scott and Martha Jane Hanks were as follows:
48. PHILANDER4 TRYON (Sarah3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born circa 1806 at Quebec.302 He married Elmira Bryant circa 1828. He died on 25 Nov 1853 at Moira, Franklin Co, New York.303 He was buried at Moira Cemetery, Moira, Franklin Co, New York; TRYON - Philander TRYON Died Nov. 25, 1853 AE 47 Yrs; Almira His Wife Died Mar. 12, 1886 AE 73 Yrs.303
He appeared on the census of 15 Jan 1850 at Moira, Franklin Co, New York; Philander Tryon, 43, b. Canada, Elmira, 39, Julius, 21, Mahala, 19, Marilla, 17, Mary, 15, Luther, 13, Diana, 10, John, 9, Elsa, 6 and Emma, 3, all b. NY.304

Children of Philander4 Tryon and Elmira Bryant all born at Moira, Franklin Co, New York, were as follows:
49. MARIA M.4 TRYON (Sarah3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 12 May 1808 at Quebec.309 She married David Partlow before 1835. She married James Salls in 1839 at St Lawrence Co, New York; There was only one Salls in Saint Lawrence County, other than Hix. James L., appeared in the 1840 census in Brasher, as well as having a wife and female 15-19 years old.310 She died on 9 Nov 1898 at Franklin Co, New York, at age 90.311 She was buried on 11 Nov 1898 at Sunnyside Cemetery, Gale Road, Brushton, Franklin Co, New York; "Mrs. Sauls, who has been living with her daughter, Mrs. P.P. Dewey, died last week and was buried on Friday. She was a very old lady, having reached her 92d year." Her stone reads SALLS, but her burial permit reads "Sauls".312
She appeared on the census of 15 Aug 1850 at Moira, Franklin Co, New York; Mary M. Salls, 42, Horatio N., 15, both b. Canada, David C., 8, b. NY, and Sarah E., 4, b. Canada. They were living next to William and Lucina Tryon and their family as well as her parents, William and Sarah Scott Tryon.313 She appeared on the census of 7 Jul 1860 at Moira, Franklin Co, New York; Maria "Sauls" was living with Martin Loveland, and her two children Corbin, 19 and Elizabeth, 15.314 As of 7 Jul 1860, she was also known as Maria Sauls. She appeared on the census of 28 Jun 1870 at Moira, Franklin Co, New York; Maria Tryon "Sauls", aged 62 was keeping house, and her mother Sarah Scott Tryon, then 82, was living with her. Also there were Alpheus Brown, 28, wife Sarah, 28 and son Alonzo, 7.315 The 1906 Will of daughter Permelia P. Dewey makes the relationships even more cloudy, as she names Elizabeth Flint as her half sister. Probate lists Horatio Partlow as a brother to Permelia, but lists David Partlow as a half brother, and Corbin D. Sauls as a half brother. The census records are so convoluted, it is difficult to tell when Maria was a Sauls/Salls or Partlow for her childrens' births.4

Children of Maria M.4 Tryon and David Partlow were as follows:

Children of Maria M.4 Tryon and James Salls were as follows:
50. SARAH4 TRYON (Sarah3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born circa 1810 at Quebec. She married George Lucas circa 1835. She died after 1881 at Tyendinaga Township, Hastings Co, Ontario.

Children of Sarah4 Tryon and George Lucas were as follows:
51. LYDIA4 TRYON (Sarah3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born circa 1812 at New York.330 She married Roswell Bryant at New York. She died on 27 Dec 1895 at Detroit, Wayne Co, Michigan; Previous to her death, Lydia was living at 343 McDougall Avenue, Detroit, listed as widow of Roswell Bryant. She was listed as aged 84 years at death.331

Children of Lydia4 Tryon and Roswell Bryant were as follows:
52. WILLIAM4 TRYON JR. (Sarah3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 13 Oct 1813 at Quebec. He married Lucinda Slosson, daughter of Anson Slosson and Betheda Stowe, on 23 Jan 1843. He died on 8 May 1883 at Condon's Corners, Moira, Franklin Co, New York, at age 69.336 He was buried at Moira Cemetery, Moira, Franklin Co, New York.
He appeared on the census of 15 Aug 1850 at Moira, Franklin Co, New York; William Tryon, 36, Lucina, 30, Marion, 5, Bethea, 4, Washington, 2, and Ambrose S., 11 months. They were enumerated next to William's brother, Philander Tryon and his family as well as his sister, Mary M. Salls and her family.337 He appeared on the census of 9 Jun 1880 at Moira, Franklin Co, New York; William was listed as aged 66, born Canada, father born CT and mother born Canada. Lucinda was aged 61, listed as born NY, as well as her parents.338

Children of William4 Tryon Jr. and Lucinda Slosson all born at Moira, Franklin Co, New York, were as follows:
53. PAULINA4 TRYON (Sarah3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born circa 1815 at Quebec.344 She married (--?--) Stevenson.344 She married George S. Chandler, son of Stetson Chandler, on 4 Nov 1866 at Manchester, Hillsborough Co, New Hampshire.345 She died on 30 Dec 1870 at prob Manchester, Hillsborough Co, New Hampshire.346
She appeared on the census of 1860 at Moira, Franklin Co, New York; Paulina, then 45, was living with her parents.347

Children of Paulina4 Tryon and (--?--) Stevenson were:

There were no children of Paulina4 Tryon and George S. Chandler.
54. SUSAN4 TRYON (Sarah3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 6 Dec 1817 at Missisquoi Co, Quebec.303 She married Daniel Bateman Smith circa 1839. She died on 11 Jul 1912 at Winthrop, St Lawrence Co, New York, at age 94; SMITH—At Winthrop, July 11t h , Mrs. Susan Tryon Smith, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Holmes, aged 94 years and 7 months. Deceased had been a resident of Moira nearly her entire life. Since the death of her husband, the late D. B. Smith she has resided with her daughter at Winthrop, where she has received the tenderest care that willing hands and loving hearts could devise. Mrs. Smith was a person of noble Christian character, unusually energetic and untiring in her assistance to her family and friends during her long and useful life. She is survived by one son, Ambrose Smith, of Bombay, and six daughters, Mrs. Ed. Smith and Mrs. Frank Damon, of Moira; Mrs. H. B. Totman, and Mrs. D. D. Winters, of Bangor; Mrs. George Holmes, of Winthrop. and Mrs. George Page, of Springrfield, Mass. The funeral vas held Saturday morning, July 13th, at Winthrop, Rev. Mr. Kelly, of Brasher, officiating. The remains were removed to Moira for Interment. Rev. M. H. Dowd being in attendance at this service.348 She was buried on 13 Jul 1912 at Moira Cemetery, Moira, Franklin Co, New York.349
She appeared on the census of 4 May 1910 at Stockholm, St Lawrence Co, New York; Susan A. Smith was living with her daughter Frances L, aged 63, and her husband, George Holmes. Frances was listed as having had no children. Susan Tryon Smith's birth was listed as Canada, and her father's and mother's births in Vermont. She had 10 children, 8 still living.350

Children of Susan4 Tryon and Daniel Bateman Smith all born at Franklin Co, New York, were as follows:
55. REBECCA4 TRYON (Sarah3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 7 Jan 1821 at Quebec.366 She married Alonzo Nelson Parker before 1851. She died on 7 Mar 1901 at 86 Rumford Street, Concord, Merrimack Co, New Hampshire, at age 80; The death certificate reads that she was born 1821 Phillipsburg, Canada, and died aged 80 yrs, 2 months and one day. Senile gangrene, right leg of two weeks along with "La Grippe" for a duration of four weeks contributed to her death. Interestingly, her father was listed as William "Guyson" born CT and her mother as Sarah Suett/(Scott?), born Canada. It is undoubtedly her in any case.367 She was buried at Head Cemetery, Hooksett, Merrimack Co, New Hampshire.368
Rebecca Parker was deeded land from James Tryon in Franklin County, New York: Book 28, page 58. She appeared on the census of 10 Jul 1860 at Moira, Franklin Co, New York; Rebecca Parker, aged 39, born Canada, Dan A., 8, Charles W., 7, and Louisa R., 5, all born Massachusetts. Rebecca was a housekeeper.369 She appeared on the census of 28 Jun 1870 at Hooksett, Merrimack Co, New Hampshire; Rebecca Tryon Parker appears to have been operating a boarding house in Hooksett, New Hampshire by 1870. Rebecca, 40, born Canada, Don A., 18, Charles W., 17, and Louisa R., 15, all three born Massachusetts. All three children worked in the cotton mill.370 She appeared on the census of Jun 1900 at Pembroke, Merrimack Co, New Hampshire; Rebecca Parker, 78, widow, was head of household. The listing included that she was born New York, father b. MA and mo b. Canada.371

Children of Rebecca4 Tryon and Alonzo Nelson Parker all born at 5 Malden Place, Boston, Suffolk Co, Massachusetts, were as follows:
56. RICHARD4 TRYON (Sarah3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born circa 1822 at Quebec. He married Electa (--?--) circa 1846. He died on 9 Jan 1885 at Brushton, Franklin Co, New York; The stone was transcribed as 19 Jan 1885.375 He was buried on 11 Jan 1885 at Sunnyside Cemetery, Gale Road, Brushton, Franklin Co, New York; His stone reads that he was 63 years old.375 His estate was probated on 9 Mar 1885 at Surrogate Court, Franklin Co, New York.376
He left a will on 6 Jun 1884; Richard Tryon left his wife Electa, for her natural life, all household furniture, goods, chattel, personal property and real estate consisting of his lot situated Brushton and one half of his farm situated in Bangor where his son Wallace then resided. After the death of Electa, daughters Sarah R. Blood, and Isabel Tryon, the house and lot in Brushton. To his son, Wallace, half of the house in which he then resided in Bangor. To his son Wills, he willed $500 to be paid within a year of his wife's decease by Wallace. He gave his daughter Helen Crinklaw my house and lot situated on the road from Brushton to Bangor. He also empowered his executors to sell the 16 1/2 acre lot to cover any funeral expenses and the rest to go to Helen Crinklaw. His executors were Edward J. Blood and Wallace Tryon.377

Children of Richard4 Tryon and Electa (--?--) were as follows:
57. JAMES WILLIAM4 TRYON (Sarah3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1)388 was born on 23 May 1823 at Quebec.389 He married Eliza Deveno, daughter of Peter Deveno.390 He died on 28 Jan 1909 at Lowell Hospital, Lowell, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts, at age 85; "Mr. James Tryon, a veteran of the Civil war, died Thursday night at the Lowell Hospital. He leaves a widow, two sons, Wallace of this city and William of Manchester, and two daughters, Mrs. Charles D. Moulfried of Manchester and Mrs. James Gordon of this city. He also leaves 16 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren." He was 85 years old. He had died from pneumonia.391 He was buried on 31 Jan 1909 at Edson Cemetery, Lowell, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts; "The funeral of James Tryon took place yesterday afternoon at his late residence, 449 Dutton street. The services were conducted by Rev. George F. Kenngott, pastor of the First Trinitarian Congregational church. The bearers were Mssrs. Arthur Tryan, Henry Gordon, Royal Tryon and Fred Clements. Burial was in the family lot in the Edson cemetery, in charge of Mr. George H. Cummings, under the direction of Undertaker George W. Healey".392
James Tryon's birth date has been hard to pinpoint. The 1860 census would point to 1830; 1870 census to 1823 and the 1880 census would equal 1825. The 1900 census indicates May 1824. The writer will go with 1824, since his death notice gives an age of 85 years. His death certificate indicates he was 86 yrs of age, residence was 449 Dutton Street, Lowell, father and mother unknown, but the birthplace of mother was placed as Scotland.4 He appeared on the census of 3 Sep 1860 at Mooers, Clinton Co, New York; James was shown as age 38 (or so it appears), wife Eliza 30, along with son William, age 10, Elizabeth 8, Mary 5, and Willie 2.390 He appeared on the census of 25 Jul 1870 at Lowell, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts; James was listed as a teamster, aged 47, b. Canada; Eliza was a housekeeper, aged 38 born Vermont. Children were Wallace, 20, Lizzie 18, Mary 15, Nellie 12 and Willie 3. The four eldest were born in New York while Willie is listed as born New Hampshire. Wallace, Lizzie and Mary all worked at the woolen mill, and Nellie was in school. There were six others listed as of that household, but showing no relation.393 He appeared on the census of 10 Jun 1880 at Lowell, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts; James was listed as 55, Eliza as 48, Wallace 30 and Willie G. as 12 yrs old. There was a James McCoy, 60, b. NH, butcher, also living with the family. Strangely, James had his father as born in CT and his mother's birthplace was not listed.394 He lived in 1889 at 77 Liberty, Lowell, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts.395 He appeared on the census of 11 Jun 1900 at 99 Harrison Street, Manchester, Hillsborough Co, New Hampshire; James Tryon, 76, and wife Eliza, 68, were living with their daughter, Nellie and her husband, Charles DeMaulfried and their children.396

Children of James William4 Tryon and Eliza Deveno were as follows:
58. NANCY4 TRYON (Sarah3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born in 1829 at Fort Covington, Franklin Co, New York. She married Asa J. Wilson, son of Asa Wilson and Sophronia Corey, circa 1858. She died on 16 Sep 1893 at New York. She was buried at Sunnyside Cemetery, Gale Road, Brushton, Franklin Co, New York.
She and Asa J. Wilson appeared on the census of 8 Jul 1870 at Bangor, Franklin Co, New York; Asa Wilson, 32, born Canada; Nancy, 39, Georgetta, 11, Ida, 9, Adalade, 7, Emma, 5, Florence, 3, and Abbie, 1, all born New York.400 She and Asa J. Wilson appeared on the census of 12 Jun 1880 at Bangor, Franklin Co, New York; Ada J. Wilson, 42, b. Vermont; Nancy, 50, Georgietta, 21, Emogene, 17 and Florence, 15, all born in New York.401

Children of Nancy4 Tryon and Asa J. Wilson were as follows:
59. CATHERINE AMANDA4 FADDEN (Nancy3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 14 Feb 1812.116 She was baptized on 29 Aug 1832 at Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.116 She married William Copp Mandigo, son of Judah Mandigo and Sarah Elizabeth Larkin, on 10 Oct 1834 at Alburgh, Grand Isle Co, Vermont.140 She died on 19 Feb 1886 at possibly Rouse's Point, New York, at age 74; Her burial record mentions she was of Rouse's Point, New York, so she may have died there.404 She was buried on 22 Feb 1886 at Brockville Cemetery, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.405

Children of Catherine Amanda4 Fadden and William Copp Mandigo all born at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec, were as follows:
60. WILLIAM C.4 FADDEN (Nancy3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 1 May 1814 at Missisquoi Co, Quebec.406 He was baptized on 29 Aug 1832 at St George's Anglican Church, Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.406 He married Sarah Wheeler, daughter of Joseph Wheeler and Hannah Brown, on 11 Jan 1839 at Alburgh, Grand Isle Co, Vermont. He died on 14 Sep 1900 at Alburgh, Grand Isle Co, Vermont, at age 86.407
He appeared on the census of 1861 at Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec; William Fadden, 48, Sarah, 30, Rhoda, 17, Nelson, 14, Rebeca, 13, Mary, 11, Manda, 8, John, 7, James, 5, and Ida, 3.408 He appeared on the census of 15 Jun 1880 at Saint Albans, Franklin Co, Vermont; Wm. Fadden, 66, born Vermont; Sarah, 57, born Canada, and Riley, 15, born Vermont.409

Children of William C.4 Fadden and Sarah Wheeler were as follows:
61. IRA FLAGG4 FADDEN (Nancy3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 30 Aug 1821 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.124 He was baptized on 29 Aug 1832 at Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.116 He married Lucinda Patterson, daughter of Frederick Patterson and Nancy May, on 31 Dec 1846 at Alburgh, Grand Isle Co, Vermont.140 He died on 13 Oct 1906 at age 85. He was buried at Erie Village Cemetery, Erie, Whiteside Co, Illinois; Lot #8, Sec A.
He appeared on the census; The family was of Sutton in 1851. He appeared on the census of 1881 at Stanstead, Stanstead Co, Quebec; Enumerated as Ora Fadden, 59, Lucinda, 53, Emma J., 20, Lizzie, 10, Charles W., 12, and Gertie A., 9. All were Wesleyan Methodist.412 In 1888, Ira and his wife, Nancy moved to Erie, Illinois. In 1903, they moved in with their son, Charles, in Prophetstown, Illinois.413

Children of Ira Flagg4 Fadden and Lucinda Patterson were as follows:
62. RACHEL4 SCOTT (William3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 20 May 1820 at Missisquoi Co, Quebec.414 She was baptized on 29 Aug 1832 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.116 She married William Henry Fadden on 4 Mar 1841 at Alburgh, Grand Isle Co, Vermont; They were both of Noyan at the time of marriage.140 She died after 1860 at Iowa.
On 1 April 1847, Samuel Covey and his wife sold land from Lot 5 in the 1st Concession of Noyan, o Rachel Scott. "wife of William Henry Fadden, their granddaughter". This was executed before Leon Dugas, notary, document #1729. The notary had written the names: Samuel Covey and Permalia Burr so they could make their marks. Both Rachel Scott and William H. Fadden wrote their names.

Children of Rachel4 Scott and William Henry Fadden were as follows:
63. NANCY ANN4 SCOTT (William3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 28 Mar 1822 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.420 She was baptized on 29 Aug 1832 at Clarenceville, Missisiquoi Co, Quebec.420 She married Joseph M. Partlow circa 1841. She died circa 1905 at Oregon.
She appeared on the census of 5 Jun 1900 at Althouse, Josephine Co, Oregon; Nancy A. Partlow was living with Joseph Seyferth and his family. She was listed as 74 years old, a widow, and having had five children, all still living. She was the grandmother of Joseph's wife, May Oswald, 23, born Iowa.421

Children of Nancy Ann4 Scott and Joseph M. Partlow all born at Quebec were as follows:
64. SAMUEL4 SCOTT (William3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 17 Feb 1826 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec. He married Sarah Matilda Hazen, daughter of Frederick Hazen and Catherine Fadden, on 31 Mar 1847 at Alburgh, Grand Isle Co, Vermont.431 He died on 28 Aug 1904 at Thayer, Oregon Co, Missouri, at age 78.432 He was buried at Thayer Cemetery, Thayer, Oregon Co, Missouri.432
According to the History of Cherokee County, Iowa, Samuel Scott was known as a pioneer, having settled there in 1869. Much of the information given in his biography is not accurate, so one must have to look at it for what it was. All the biographies seem to build up the settlers in that area. Items of a contemporary time may be more accurate. Info on their parents is far askew. It does mention that "Mr. Scott" removed to Hamilton County, Canada and worked in a factory for a few months before coming to Marshalltown, Iowa. In 1863 he supposedly removed to Boone County where he lived for six years before arriving in Cherokee County where he purchased eight acres of land. This land grew to 200 acres by the time the book was published.433 He appeared on the census of 30 Jul 1860 at Marshall, Marshall Co, Iowa.434 He appeared on the census of 30 Jun 1870 at Cedar, Cherokee Co, Iowa; Samuel Scott, 44, Sarah, 42, Sylvester, 22, Cecilia, 18, Edna, 16, Emma, 14, Elmer, 12 and Lester, 10. Children before Emma were b. Canada, and the others were b. Iowa.435 He appeared on the census of 19 Jun 1880 at Cedar, Cherokee Co, Iowa; Samuel Scott, 54, Sarah M., 52 and son Lester, 18, born Iowa.436 He appeared on the census of 27 Jun 1900 at Thayer, Oregon Co, Missouri; Samuel Scott, 74, Sarah M., 72 and Mary Moore, 21, their adopted daughter. They were married in 1847, and had 10 children, with 7 still living. The record shows Samuel and Sarah as having been born in Vermont.437

Children of Samuel4 Scott and Sarah Matilda Hazen were as follows:
65. MARY4 SCOTT (William3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 13 Aug 1828 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.438 She was baptized on 29 Aug 1832 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.438 She married William Colton in Jul 1847 at Alburgh, Grand Isle Co, Vermont. She married Henry Young circa 1851.
She appeared on the census of 1851 at Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec; Mary Young, 24, Henry Young, 20, Louisa Colton, 4, and William Colton, 2. The family was living with her parents, William and Prudence Scott.151

Children of Mary4 Scott and William Colton both born at Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec, were as follows:

Children of Mary4 Scott and Henry Young were:
66. MATILDA PRUDENCE4 SCOTT (William3, Thomas2, Walter1)441 was born on 13 Aug 1830 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec. She married Allen William Bullis on 1 Feb 1849 at Alburgh, Grand Isle Co, Vermont.442 She married Judson Daniel Blanchard, son of Daniel Blanchard, before 10 Mar 1888; Her daughter Annie's marriage in 1888 to Joseph P. Clark listed her mother as Matilda Blanchard, soMatilda had married Judson Blanchard before that time.443 She died on 24 Jul 1924 at West Burke, Caledonia Co, Vermont, at age 93; The death record read that Matilda was aged 100 years, 11 mos and 9 days, which doesn't match her birth date.441 She was buried on 26 Jul 1924 at Mansonville Cemetery, Mansonville, Brome Co, Quebec; The death record indicates she was buried in the Mansonville Cemetery, but this author has yet to find a stone.441
She and Judson Daniel Blanchard appeared on the census of 1911 at Potton, Brome Co, Quebec; Judson Blanchard, 80, Matilda, 82, enumerated next to Oscar Bullis, 45, Grace, 27, and Hellen, 1.444

Children of Matilda Prudence4 Scott and Allen William Bullis were as follows:

There were no children of Matilda Prudence4 Scott and Judson Daniel Blanchard.
67. ROBERT DENT4 SCOTT (William3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 17 Oct 1832 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec. He married Sarah C. Brigham, daughter of William Brigham and Sarah (--?--), on 20 Nov 1856 at Sudbury, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts; Robert D. Scott was 26 and Sarah was 30 - he was born Canada, she was born Sudbury.466 He married Clarinda Cleveland on 6 Mar 1869 at Newport Centre, Orleans Co, Vermont.467 He married Florence Emily Rexford on 6 Oct 1871 at Newport, Orleans Co, Vermont; Robert Dent was aged 38 and it was his third marriage, performed by J.P. Moulton, Clergy.468 He died on 30 Jul 1898 at Newport Centre, Orleans Co, Vermont, at age 65.467
He appeared on the census of 11 Jun 1860 at Sudbury, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts; Robert Scott, aged 29, b. Canada, Sarah, aged 34, b. Mass, Leora, aged 2, and Frederick W., aged 7/12, both born Mass. Robert and his family were living with William Brigham, 75, and his wife Elizabeth, 70, in Sudbury.469 He appeared on the census of 1881 at Newport, Orleans Co, Vermont; Robert D. Scott, 45, b. Canada, wife Florence, 30, b. NY, Arthur, 17, b. Canada, Bertie, 16, Sarah, 8, Emma, 7, Florence, 5, Winnie, 4, Marion, 2, and Nelson, 1, all other children born Vermont. Robert was a farmer.470

Children of Robert Dent4 Scott and Sarah C. Brigham were as follows:

There were no children of Robert Dent4 Scott and Clarinda Cleveland.

Children of Robert Dent4 Scott and Florence Emily Rexford were as follows:
68. JOHN4 SCOTT JR. (John3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 10 Jan 1822 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec. He was baptized on 17 Aug 1834 at Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.116 He married Sarah Young, daughter of Johannes Young and Lydia Ann Covey, circa 1845. He died on 13 Dec 1884 at Burke, Franklin Co, New York, at age 62.491 He was buried at North Burke Cemetery, N. Burke, Franklin Co, New York.491
He appeared on the census of 1851 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec; He bought land in Burke, NY on 20 Oct 1858 (Bk #28 Deeds). He appeared on the census of 1851 at Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec; John Scott, Jr., b. Canada, Episcopalian, 29, Sarah, 24, Samantha, 6, Mary J., 5, and Rodney, 2.492 He appeared on the census of 21 Jun 1870 at Burke, Franklin Co, New York; John Scott, 48, Sarah, 43, Rodney, 19, Myron, 15, and Asel, 11, all born Canada; Martha, 8, Adelaide, 5, and Mary, 2, all b. NY.493 He appeared on the census of 1 Jun 1875 at Burke, Franklin Co, New York; John Scott, 53, Satah, 48, Rodney, 24, Myron, 19, Isabel, 16, Martha, 13, Adalaide, 10 ad Mary, 7.494 He and Sarah Young appeared on the census of 4 Jun 1880 at Burke, Franklin Co, New York.495

Children of John4 Scott Jr. and Sarah Young were as follows:
69. CLARINDA4 SCOTT (John3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 19 Jan 1825 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.255 She was baptized on 17 Aug 1834 at St George's Anglican Church, Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.116 She married William Derick, son of William Derick and Melinda Hurlbut. She died on 30 Apr 1891 at Stanstead Co, Quebec, at age 66. She was buried at Village Cemetery, Beebe, Stanstead Co, Quebec.

Children of Clarinda4 Scott and William Derick were as follows:
70. ALMEDA4 SCOTT (John3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 18 Jan 1827 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec. She was baptized on 17 Aug 1834 at Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.116 She married George Oscar Spoor, son of William Spoor and Francis Worden, on 3 Feb 1848 at Alburgh, Grand Isle Co, Vermont.509 She died on 22 Oct 1908 at age 81. She was buried at Sheldon Cemetery, Ellenburg Depot, Clinton Co, New York.

Children of Almeda4 Scott and George Oscar Spoor were as follows:
71. ROBERT4 SCOTT (John3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 3 May 1832 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec. He was baptized on 17 Aug 1834 at Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.116 He married Lany Miranda Young, daughter of John Young Jr. and Emerline Patterson, on 8 Aug 1853 at Alburgh, Grand Isle Co, Vermont.140 He married Phebe Jane Crippen, daughter of Hiram Crippen and Olive Benton, on 20 Oct 1874 at Burke Wesleyan Methodist Church, Burke, Franklin Co, New York.513 He died on 20 Apr 1907 at Franklin Co, New York, at age 74.166 He was buried at North Burke Cemetery, N. Burke, Franklin Co, New York.514
He was a farmer. He and Phebe Jane Crippen appeared on the census of 1880 at Burke, Franklin Co, New York.495

Children of Robert4 Scott and Lany Miranda Young were as follows:

Children of Robert4 Scott and Phebe Jane Crippen were:
72. GILBERT4 SCOTT (John3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 28 Sep 1835 at Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.525 He was born on 28 Sep 1836 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec. He was baptized on 25 Mar 1877 at Stanstead Methodist, Stanstead, Stanstead Co, Quebec.526 He married Judith Elizabeth Tryon, daughter of Daniel Tryon Jr. and Amy Almeda Wait, on 24 Feb 1857 at Alburgh, Grand Isle Co, Vermont.527 He died on 9 Aug 1907 at Stanstead, Stanstead Co, Quebec, at age 71; The Stanstead Journal indicates Gilbert died at the home of Mr. E.B.Tryon.528 He was buried on 11 Aug 1907 at Marlington Cemetery, Stanstead, Stanstead Co, Quebec.529
He appeared on the census of 1881 at Stanstead, Stanstead Co, Quebec; Gilbert Scott, 44, Judith, 39, Asa, 24, Warren, 21, William, 18, and Erastus, 20. Gilbert and all sons were listed as farmers, and the family was of the Wesleyan Methodist faith.530 He appeared on the census of 14 Apr 1891 at Stanstead, Stanstead Co, Quebec; Gilbert was listed as aged 55 and a Methodist. Judith, 52, Asa, 32 and Erastus, 30 were enumerated with him.531 He appeared on the census of 1901 at Stanstead, Stanstead Co, Quebec; Gilbert Scott, 65, his wife Judith, 61,as well as their son Asa, 33, and wife Cora, 25.532 He left a will on 1 Aug 1907 at Stanstead, Stanstead Co, Quebec.533

Children of Gilbert4 Scott and Judith Elizabeth Tryon all born at Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec, were as follows:

Generation Five


73. STEVEN5 SCOTT (Norbert4, Stephen3, James2, Walter1)212 was born circa 1886 at St Luc, Ste-Jean Co, Quebec.211 He married Wilhemina (--?--) circa 1914 at Quebec.546
He appeared on the census of 1921 at Merry St, Magog, Stanstead Co, Quebec; Steven Scott, 35, Wilhelmina, 34, Rene, 7, Jean Paul, 10 mos, Gilberte, 8, Jeannette, 5, Liane, 4.546

Children of Steven5 Scott and Wilhemina (--?--) all born at Quebec were as follows:
74. JANE5 HEALEY (Mary4 Truax, Nancy3 Scott, John2, Walter1) was born on 23 Aug 1828 at Quebec. She married John Wigle Malott, son of Joseph Malott and Barbara Fox, on 3 Feb 1850 at Gosfield, Essex Co, Ontario. She died on 3 Jan 1905 at Romney, Kent Co, Ontario, at age 76.549 She was buried at Erie Cemetery, Wheatly, Ontario.

Children of Jane5 Healey and John Wigle Malott were as follows:
75. RICHARD5 SCOTT (Sylvester4, John3, John2, Walter1)551 was born circa 1846 at Farnham, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.552 He married Harriett Danforth circa 1868.553 He died on 4 Mar 1914 at St Albans, Franklin Co, Vermont; The death record shows him aged 68-5-15 and married.552
He appeared on the census of 25 Apr 1910 at St Albans, Franklin Co, Vermont; Richard R. Scott, 64, b. CAN, wife Harriett D., 65, married 42 years, and son Richard D., 32, b. CAN.553

Children of Richard5 Scott and Harriett Danforth were as follows:
76. AMITTA PAGE5 SCOTT (Freeman4, John3, John2, Walter1) was born circa 1842. She married Thomas Hase on 21 Mar 1861 at St Armand, Missisquoi Co, Quebec; St Armand Methodist. She died on 2 Oct 1934.

Children of Amitta Page5 Scott and Thomas Hase were as follows:
77. WILLIAM WHITFIELD5 SCOTT (Freeman4, John3, John2, Walter1) was born on 22 Apr 1845 at Farnham, Missisquoi Co, Quebec. He was baptized on 26 Apr 1846 at St Armand, Missisquoi Co, Quebec; St Armand Methodist Church. He married Jeanette Kirk, daughter of David Kirk and Margaret Bennet, on 18 Nov 1874 at Farnham, Missisquoi Co, Quebec; Farnham Presbyterian Church. He died on 20 Feb 1918 at Manchester, Hillsborough Co, New Hampshire, at age 72.557
He appeared on the census of 11 Jun 1900 at Manchester, Hillsborough Co, New Hampshire; William Scott, 55, Jennette, 43, Nancy A., 21, Austin K., 18, Forest, 16, Robert A., 13, Bee A., 12, William, 8 and Minnie F., 5.558

Children of William Whitfield5 Scott and Jeanette Kirk were as follows:
78. DR. WILLIAM RICHARD5 SCOTT (John4, Richard3, John2, Walter1)567 was born on 13 Oct 1849 at Quebec.568 He married Henrietta Allen on 1 May 1882.569 He died on 7 Oct 1913 at Boomingdale, Van Buren Co, Michigan, at age 63.568 He was buried on 9 Oct 1913 at Spring Grove Cemetery, Bloomingdale, Van Buren Co, Michigan.568

Children of Dr. William Richard5 Scott and Henrietta Allen were as follows:
79. ALMIRA5 SCOTT (Edward4, Thomas3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 25 May 1844 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.255 She was baptized on 1 Mar 1846 at St George's Anglican Church, Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.116 She married John McClay on 27 Mar 1866 at Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec. She died on 2 Nov 1915 at Clarenceville, Missisiquoi Co, Quebec, at age 71.570 She was buried on 4 Nov 1915 at Union Cemetery, Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.571

Children of Almira5 Scott and John McClay all born at Burke, Franklin Co, New York, were as follows:
80. JAMES ISAAC5 SCOTT (Edward4, Thomas3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 24 Feb 1849 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec. He was baptized on 24 Aug 1853 at Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.572 He married Nellie L. (--?--) before 1880. He married Julia L. Baker on 26 Jan 1887 at Marinette, Marinette Co, Wisconsin.573 He married Johanna Gifford on 23 Mar 1893 at Marinette Co, Wisconsin.574 He died on 17 Oct 1908 at Marinette, Marinette Co, Wisconsin, at age 59.575 He was buried at Forest Home Cemetery, Marinette, Marinette Co, Wisconsin.575
He was also known as Isaac James Scott.572 He appeared on the census of 23 Jun 1870 at Menasha, Winnebago Co, Wisconsin.576
     From an obituary (no date available) we know that James I. Scott, as he was known, "one of Marinette's prominent and well to do citizens, met with a tragic death...which shocked the entire community". While assisting others in moving a piano into the Scott opera house, he fell from the platform onto brick pavement below about 15 feet below. The following investigation showed that heart failure due to unusual exertion, not the fall, caused his death at about 4:30 PM. The article continues to tell us that he moved from Clarenceville first to Menasha. He moved to Marinette about 28-30 yrs before his death, and for many years made his home with W.S. Baker, his brother-in-law. He had accumulated a fortune through his horse sales business which he was involved with ever since coming to Marinette. "He was a man who had hewed out a successful career from a humble beginning...in vigorous health and thoroly[sic] enjoyed life". He was survived by two daughters, Nellie and Margaret, and a son Harold, along with two sisters and two brothers back in Clarenceville. He had a very large house in Marinette.


Children of James Isaac5 Scott and Nellie L. (--?--) were:

Children of James Isaac5 Scott and Julia L. Baker were:

There were no children of James Isaac5 Scott and Johanna Gifford.
81. CYRUS ELMORE5 SCOTT (Edward4, Thomas3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 11 Jul 1863 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.267 He was baptized on 5 Feb 1865 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.136 He married Mary T. Madden on 7 May 1886 at St John's, Iberville Co, Quebec; Cyrus was of Clarenceville and Mary was of St Valentin.581 He married Edith Thompson on 20 Feb 1912.582 He died on 5 Nov 1941 at Noyan, Missisiquoi Co, Quebec, at age 78.583 He was buried on 7 Nov 1941 at Union Cemetery, Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.584

Children of Cyrus Elmore5 Scott and Mary T. Madden were:

Children of Cyrus Elmore5 Scott and Edith Thompson were:
82. FLORENCE E.5 SCOTT (Rutherford4, Thomas3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 3 Feb 1864 at Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.587 She was baptized on 8 May 1864 at Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.587 She married William Campbell, son of David C. Campbell, on 4 Nov 1885 at Menasha, Winnebago Co, Wisconsin.588 She died after 1950.

Children of Florence E.5 Scott and William Campbell were as follows:
83. JULIUS5 TRYON (Philander4, Sarah3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 26 Feb 1829 at Moira, Franklin Co, New York.603 He married Charlotte Cary. He married Almeda Armstrong on 7 Apr 1885 at Lisbon, St Lawrence Co, New York.604 He married Sarah Reynolds circa 1895; The 1910 census says they were married 10 years.605 He died on 17 Feb 1913 at Moira, Franklin Co, New York, at age 83; Julius died "at his home midway between Brushton and Moira villages after an illness of two years, the greater part of which he was confined to bed...and was one of the town's most respected citizens. He had been a member of of the Methodist church at Moira for years and was not only a faithful attendant at the services when his health permitted but he was a conscientious Christian. His social nature was warm... A widow, two sons, Sidney of Moira and George of Ogdensburg, and one daughter, Mrs. Smith of Winthrop, survive him".606 He was buried on 19 Feb 1913 at Moira Cemetery, Moira, Franklin Co, New York.607
He left a will on 29 Sep 1909 at Franklin Co, New York; Julius wanted his debts and funeral expenses to be paid for. He left the use and income of all estate to his wife, Sarah Hogle Tryon, during her natural life. He left Sidney, $200, his dau Edith Smith, $100; to son George, all that remained after those two gifts. If his wife, Sarah, was to die first, he left both Sidney and Edith $100 each, with the remainder to George.608 He appeared on the census of 6 May 1910 at Moira & Brushton Road, Moira, Franklin Co, New York.605 An announcement in the Malone Farmer told of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Waggoner visiting Mr. & Mrs. Julius Tryon at their home the previous Wednesday, it being the 76th birthday of Mrs. Tryon and Mr. Tryon's 82nd birthday having been the previous February 26th.609

Children of Julius5 Tryon and Charlotte Cary all born at Moira, Franklin Co, New York, were as follows:

There were no children of Julius5 Tryon and Almeda Armstrong.

There were no children of Julius5 Tryon and Sarah Reynolds.
84. MAHALA5 TRYON (Philander4, Sarah3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born circa 1831 at Moira, Franklin Co, New York.304 She married Calvin Foote Hale, son of Silas Hale and Clarissa Colton, on 30 Jan 1855 at Springfield, Hampden Co, Massachusetts; Calvin and Mahala both are listed as residents of Springfield, and he was a blacksmith.611 She died on 15 Nov 1923 at Rochester, Monroe Co, New York; Mahala died at the home of her son, Clinton Hale, of Rochester, after a lingering illness....She was 92.612 She was buried on 18 Nov 1923 at Union Cemetery, Buckton, St Lawrence Co, New York.612
She appeared on the census of 23 Jun 1900 at Stockholm, St Lawrence Co, New York; "Mehala" Hale was widowed, aged 68 and living alone.613

Children of Mahala5 Tryon and Calvin Foote Hale were as follows:
85. MARY A.5 TRYON (Philander4, Sarah3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 13 Jan 1835 at Moira, Franklin Co, New York.618 She married Sidney C. Moore on 14 Feb 1861 at Springfield, Hampden Co, Massachusetts.619 She died on 21 Dec 1904 at Buckton, St Lawrence Co, New York, at age 69; Mary Moore was of Springfield, Mass, but died at the home of her sister, Mrs. Mahala Hale. Her son was with her and took her remains home to Springfield for burial on Jan 3rd. Her death certificate says she died in Stockholm Dec 21st and was buried in Springfield on Dec 23rd.620 She was buried on 23 Dec 1904 at Meeting House Hill Cemetery, West Springfield, Hampden Co, Massachusetts.620

Children of Mary A.5 Tryon and Sidney C. Moore were as follows:
86. LUTHER R.5 TRYON (Philander4, Sarah3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 28 Feb 1837 at Moira, Franklin Co, New York.626 He married Helen M. Owen, daughter of Elonson Owen and Catherine Cameron, before 1868.627 He married Alma J. Phelps on 13 Oct 1892 at Moira, Franklin Co, New York; Luther Tryon was of St Regis Falls and Alma was of Moira.628 He died on 8 May 1907 at St Regis Falls, Franklin Co, New York, at age 70; About 1886 Luther moved to Everton where he operated a store for McFarlane & Ross. The following year he was in St. Regis Falls where he co-opened a meat market, and that business grew over the years. He was an enterprising business owner and had an been a postmaster for almost eight years, beginning in 1897.629 He was buried on 10 May 1907 at Moira Cemetery, Moira, Franklin Co, New York; The funeral was held from his home in St Regis Falls, with the Rev. C.M. Smith officiating.630

Children of Luther R.5 Tryon and Helen M. Owen all born at Moira, Franklin Co, New York, were as follows:

There were no children of Luther R.5 Tryon and Alma J. Phelps.
87. DIANA5 TRYON (Philander4, Sarah3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born circa 1840 at Moira, Franklin Co, New York.304 She married John S. Hill between 1860 and 1867 at Franklin Co, New York; Family lore indicates that Diana Tryon married John S. Hill first and that her sister married him after her death. However, no census backs this up. This needs a great deal more investigation.639 She died before 1870 at Moira, Franklin Co, New York.640

Children of Diana5 Tryon and John S. Hill were as follows:
88. JOHN WILLIAM5 TRYON (Philander4, Sarah3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 29 May 1841 at Moira, Franklin Co, New York.648 He married Catherine Palmer, daughter of Simeon Palmer, circa 1866 at Franklin Co, New York; They had been married 34 years.306 He died on 12 Apr 1906 at age 64.649 He was buried at Moira Cemetery, Moira, Franklin Co, New York; His stone reads that he belonged to Company D., 98th Regiment NY State Volunteers.303
He was military John William Tryon fought at Drewry's Bluff, Petersburg, and Malvern Hill. He was captured 24 June 1864 and confined at Andersonville, GA and Florenceville, GA. He was discharged 7 July 1865. According to information received from Judy Mott Strong on 26 Jul 2000 (http://genforum.genealogy.com/ny/franklin/messages/267.html), John and Catherine adopted Horace Mott, who was also the blood 2nd cousin of William Alexander Mott. She noted that Horace was in Boston from 1897 until about 1931 (city directories). He appeared on the census of 27 Jun 1870 at Moira, Franklin Co, New York; John was listed as aged 29, Kate as aged 40, and Horace as 2, all born New York.650 He left a will on 30 Apr 1892 at Brushton, Franklin Co, New York; John W. Tryon left all to his wife, Catherine, and after his wife's death, to his adopted son, Horace J. Tryon, mentioning he "has been to me as an own son". He appeared on the census of Jun 1900 at Moira, Franklin Co, New York.306 He The local Malone paper reported on Wed., February 7th, that John Tryon, "a well-known citizen of Brushton" had suffered a stroke the past Friday and was not doing well. The Malone Farmer reported news that as of March 5, 1906, John Tryon had been sick for some time and was not expected to recover.651

Children of John William5 Tryon and Catherine Palmer were:
89. EMMA5 TRYON (Philander4, Sarah3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born in Apr 1847 at Moira, Franklin Co, New York.653 She married John S. Hill before 17 Jun 1875 at Franklin Co, New York.654 She died on 21 Sep 1905 at Brushton, Franklin Co, New York, at age 58; Mrs. John S. Hill was aged 59 years, and her husband and daughter Elizabeth survived her.655 She was buried at Sunnyside Cemetery, Gale Road, Brushton, Franklin Co, New York.656
She appeared on the census of 8 Jun 1880 at Moira, Franklin Co, New York; Almira Tryon, 67, dau Emma Hill, 33, and grandson, Francis Hill, 4. Why Emma was not living with John Hill at this time is not known. He was enumerated separately with family.657

Children of Emma5 Tryon and John S. Hill were as follows:
90. HORATIO NELSON5 PARTLOW (Maria4 Tryon, Sarah3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 6 May 1837 at Brushton, St Lawrence Co, New York.663 He married Sarah M. Partlow, daughter of Samuel Partlow and Olive Alexander.664 He died on 19 May 1922 at Salisbury, Addison Co, Vermont, at age 85; Horatio had been a former resident of St Lawrence County, New York, having moved there from Lowell, Massachusetts, but he and his wife had gone to live with their son in Salisbury, Vermont about three years before his death. His death certificate shows his father as David and mother as Maria Saht. This writer is still struggling to figure out the Salls/Tryon connection here. Beginning to think that the informant knew Maria had been a Salls and gave it is as closely as possible, even though it was from her first marriage.665 He was buried at Pine Hill Cemetery, Brandon, Rutland Co, Vermont.666
He was also known as Horatio N. Salls. He appeared on the census of 21 Aug 1850 at Bombay, Franklin Co, New York; Horatio Partlow, aged 15, was living with his uncle and aunt, Daniel B. and Susan Tryon Smith and their family.667 He appeared on the census of 8 Jun 1860 at La Crosse, La Crosse Co, Wisconsin; Horatio N., 23, and his wife Sarah M., 21, both born Canada.668 He appeared on the census of 10 Jun 1880 at Lowell, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts; Horatio Partloe, 42, Sarah M., 40, Albert, 19, Charles H., 17. Sarah and sons were born in VT. Sarah's father was b. Canada, mother b. NH. Horatio was b. NY, as well as parents.669 He and Sarah M. Partlow appeared on the census of 5 Jun 1900 at Lawrence, St Lawrence Co, New York; Horatio Partlow, 65, b. NY, parents both b. Canada, Sarah M., 60, b. VT, father b. Canada, mother b. NH. The census also lists Sarah was the mother of two children, both still living.670 He appeared on the census of 16 Apr 1910 at Lawrence, St Lawrence Co, New York; Horatio N. Partlow, 72 and wife Sarah M., 70.671 He appeared on the census of 7 Jan 1920 at Lawrence, St Lawrence Co, New York; Horatio N. Partlow, 82, and wife Sarah M., 79.672

Children of Horatio Nelson5 Partlow and Sarah M. Partlow were as follows:
91. DAVID CORBIN5 SALLS (Maria4 Tryon, Sarah3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 5 Apr 1840 at New York; Death certificate indicates his birthdate was 5 Apr 1842.679 He married Augusta Detman circa 1884.680 He and an unknown person were divorced on 14 Oct 1902 at Montmorency Co, Michigan.681 He died on 15 Jan 1903 at Briley, Montmorency Co, Michigan, at age 62; His parents were listed as James Sauls and Maria Tryon. He was also divorced at the time of death.682 He was buried at Briley Cemetery, Briley, Montmorency Co, Michigan.682
As of 1860, he was also known as Corbin D. Sauls.683 He began military service in Oct 1861 at New York He served with the 98th NY, Co. B. He deserted 4 May 1862 from Camp Winfield Scott in Virginia.684 He appeared on the census of 4 Jun 1900 at Briley, Montmorency Co, Michigan; Corbon Sauls, b. Apr 1847, 58, Augustia, b. Jul 1869, 30, married 16 years, 5 children; Hattie, b. Aug 1885, 15; Cleveland, b, Aug 1887, 12; Charles, b. __ 1890, 10; Flossie, b. Apr 1892, 8; Florence, b. Aug 1894, 5.680

Children of David Corbin5 Salls and Augusta Detman were as follows:

There were no children of David Corbin5 Salls and the unknown spouse mentioned above.
92. SARAH ELIZABETH5 SALLS (Maria4 Tryon, Sarah3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born in Sep 1846 at New York; The 1900 census indicates Sarah was born in Quebec, and had 4 children, 2 still living.693 She married Alpheus Brown before 1863 at New York.694 She married William Platt before 1872 at St Lawrence Co, New York; "Brushton, April 14 [1891] - Mrs. William Platt and son of Patterson [sic], N.J. are visiting her sister, Mrs. P. Dewey".695 She married A. F. Flint after Apr 1891. She died on 12 Sep 1907 at New Jersey.696 She was buried at Sunnyside Cemetery, Brushton, Franklin Co, New York.697
As of 7 Jul 1860, she was also known as Elizabeth Sauls.683
     The local newspaper wrote that "Mrs. William Platt and son of Patterson [sic], NJ, are vsiting her sister, Mrs. P. Dewey.".698
She appeared on the census of 1900 at Paterson, Passaic Co, New Jersey; William Teufel, 30, b. PA, Nellie, 28, b. NY, Mable, 7, Violet M., 2, Lizzie Flint, mother, 53, widowed, b. Canada Fr Sept 1846, had 4 children, 2 living.699


Children of Sarah Elizabeth5 Salls and Alpheus Brown were:

Children of Sarah Elizabeth5 Salls and William Platt were as follows:

There were no children of Sarah Elizabeth5 Salls and A. F. Flint.
93. DELIA5 BRYANT (Lydia4 Tryon, Sarah3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born in Jan 1829 at New York.703 She married Henry Decker at New York.704 She married Joseph Smith before 1880.705 She died on 7 Feb 1900 at 10 Bushey Street, Detroit, Wayne Co, Michigan, at age 71; The cause of death was uterine cancer which she had for the duration of two years.706 She was buried on 9 Feb 1900 at Elmwood Cemetery, Detroit, Wayne Co, Michigan.706
She and Joseph Smith appeared on the census of 7 Jun 1880 at Detroit, Wayne Co, Michigan; Joseph Smith, 58, retired shoemaker, b. England, Delia M., 51, Frank R. Decker, 22, and George B., 19.707

Children of Delia5 Bryant and Henry Decker were as follows:

There were no children of Delia5 Bryant and Joseph Smith.
94. REUBEN5 BRYANT (Lydia4 Tryon, Sarah3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1)332 was born circa 1833 at New York.333 He married Elizabeth Forte on 29 Jun 1853 at Wayne Co, Michigan.711 He died on 22 Oct 1907 at Detroit, Wayne Co, Michigan.712
He appeared on the census of 3 Jun 1880 at Hamtramck, Wayne Co, Michigan; Rubun Bryant, 47, Elizabeth, 48, Delaney, 22, Elizabeth, 20, Roszwell, 17, and William, 13.713

Children of Reuben5 Bryant and Elizabeth Forte all born at Michigan were as follows:
95. WASHINGTON5 TRYON (William4, Sarah3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 9 Sep 1847 at Moira, Franklin Co, New York. He married Sarah A. Humphrey, daughter of Thomas Humphrey and Sila Kibbe Hill, on 15 Sep 1875 at Franklin Co, New York.715 He died on 16 May 1919 at Moira, Franklin Co, New York, at age 71; "Washington Tryon, an old and respected resident of the town of Moira, passed out of this life last Friday, May 16th, 1919, aged 71 years. The funeral was held at hi slate home, north-west of this village, Sunday afternoon, Rev. W.H. Pullen officiating, burial in Moira Cemetery. Mr. Tryon spent nearly all his life in th etown in which he resided, with the exception of a few years in the West. He was a successful farmer and was greatly interested in the Grange, taking an active part in the work of the local organization as long as his health permitted. He was interested in the business of this town, having served as an assessor for a number of years, his sound judgement of farm values making his services in this capacity of great worth. He was an upright man whose word was good as his bond, and he will be greatly missed by a large circle of friends. In 1875 he was married to Sarah Humphrey of Bombay, who survives him. He is also survived by one son, Clayton; a daughter, Cora; one suster, Mrs. Betheda Stowe, and one brother, w. Emmet Tryon of North Carolina.716 He was buried at Moira Cemetery, Moira, Franklin Co, New York.303

Children of Washington5 Tryon and Sarah A. Humphrey were as follows:
96. WILLIAM EMMET5 TRYON (William4, Sarah3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 17 Apr 1851 at Moira, Franklin Co, New York.718 He married Martha L. Gale, daughter of Benjamin Gale and Sarah Cass, circa 1875. He married Ida Bell Howe, daughter of Rufus S. Howe, after 1900. He died on 11 Jun 1947 at Rt 2, Hickory, Catawba Co, North Carolina, at age 96.718 He was buried on 13 Jun 1947 at Oakwood Cemetery, Hickory, Catawba Co, North Carolina.718
He appeared on the census of 1880 at Moira, Franklin Co, New York.719 "Sometime after the birth of my mother [Beatrice], William the father, left his wife Martha Gale and reportedly ran away with another woman.".720 He appeared on the census of 8 Jun 1900 at Dickinson, Franklin Co, New York; Emmett Tryon, 51, born April 1851, and wife Martha L., 47, born March 1853, along with Scott, 22, born Oct 1877 and Beatrice B., 16, born Sept 1884.721 He appeared on the census of 26 Jan 1920 at South Hickory, Catawba Co, North Carolina; William E. Tryon, 68, b. NY, father b. Canada, mo b. NY, and wife Bell, 54, b. NH.722

Children of William Emmet5 Tryon and Martha L. Gale were as follows:

There were no children of William Emmet5 Tryon and Ida Bell Howe.
97. ADELAIDE V.5 STEVENSON (Paulina4 Tryon, Sarah3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born circa 1842 at New York; Adelaide Stephenson was aged 8 and living with William Tryon and his wife Sarah in 1850. Since it is known that their daughter Paulina married a Stephenson/Stevenson, Adelaide is presumed to be their granddaughter.723 She married Oliver Smith, son of Eli B. Smith and Laura Hawks, in 1860 at Franklin Co, New York; Adelaide Stevenson was of Brushton, upon their marriage.724 She died on 24 Nov 1932 at Chateaugay, Franklin Co, New York; Mrs. Oliver Smith was 90 years old, survived by two daughters and two sons: Mrs. Ella Bowditch, Mrs. F.C. (Lena) Card; Henry B. and Eli Smith.725 She was buried at East Side Cemetery, Chateaugay, Franklin Co, New York.726

Children of Adelaide V.5 Stevenson and Oliver Smith were as follows:
98. AMBROSE5 SMITH (Susan4 Tryon, Sarah3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 26 Feb 1850 at Franklin Co, New York.739 He married Elizabeth Earle circa 1873.740 He died in 1936.351
He appeared on the census of 16 Jun 1900 at Brasher, St Lawrence Co, New York.740 He appeared on the census of Apr 1910 at Bombay, Franklin Co, New York; Ambrose Smith was a 60 year old widower, living with children: Frances, Herbert, Harold and Irvin/Ivan.741

Children of Ambrose5 Smith and Elizabeth Earle were as follows:
99. HULBERT B.5 SMITH (Susan4 Tryon, Sarah3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 2 Nov 1855 at Franklin Co, New York.353 He married Ella C. Orton before 1880 at Franklin Co, New York.747 He married Sarah Elizabeth Lafleur in 1886.351 He died on 20 Feb 1911 at Franklin Co, New York, at age 55.748 He was buried at Moira Community Cemetery, Moira, Franklin Co, New York.303
He appeared on the census of 10 Jun 1900 at Moira, Franklin Co, New York; Hulbert Smith, 44, Sarah, 34, Frank, 12, George, 9, and Arthur, 3. Hulbert's family was enumerated right next door to his parents, Daniel and Susan Smith.749

There were no children of Hulbert B.5 Smith and Ella C. Orton.

Children of Hulbert B.5 Smith and Sarah Elizabeth Lafleur were as follows:
100. DON ALONZO5 PARKER (Rebecca4 Tryon, Sarah3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 4 Jul 1851 at 5 Malden Place, Boston, Suffolk Co, Massachusetts.753 He married Lulu Ames, daughter of D. Spofford Ames, on 5 Feb 1876 at Pembroke, Merrimack Co, New Hampshire; Don was 24, living in Pembroke, and Lulu was 20, a resident of Manchester.754 He and Lulu Ames were divorced before 19 Oct 1882 at Massachusetts; It was announced in the local paper that Lulu Parker and Don A. Parker had been granted.755 He married Gazella E. Holt on 4 Mar 1888 at Manchester, Merrimack Co, New Hampshire; Don was aged 36 and Gazella was 22 when they married. Don had been living in Concord, and Gazella was of Somerville, Massachusetts.756 He and Gazella E. Holt were divorced on 8 Apr 1904 at Concord, Merrimack Co, New Hampshire; The case was put forth by Gazella for extreme cruelty. Both were residents of Concord.757 He died on 13 Dec 1918 at Concord, Merrimack Co, New Hampshire, at age 67.758 He was buried at Head Cemetery, Hooksett, Merrimack Co, New Hampshire.758
He was also known as Daniel A Parker. He appeared on the census of 7 Jun 1880 at Concord, Merrimack Co, New Hampshire; Don A. Parker, 28, born Massachusetts, wife Lulu, 22 and daughter Maud L., 3. Don was a brakeman for the Railroad.759 He appeared on the census of 2 Jun 1900 at Concord, Merrimack Co, New Hampshire; Don A. Parker, 48, born July 1851 Massachusetts, and wife Garella E., 34, born October 1865 New Hampshire, along with daughter Ethel, 10, born Jan 1890 Massachusetts. They had been married 12 years and he was a freight conductor.760

Children of Don Alonzo5 Parker and Lulu Ames were:

Children of Don Alonzo5 Parker and Gazella E. Holt were:
101. CHARLES WILLIAM5 PARKER (Rebecca4 Tryon, Sarah3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1)370 was born on 4 Feb 1853 at 5 Malden Place, Boston, Suffolk Co, Massachusetts.764 He married Lottie Goodnough, daughter of Lafayette Goodnough and Mary Sumners, before 1874.765 He married Flora Jeannette Stevens, daughter of James Stevens and Sophronia Martin, on 25 Dec 1901 at Suncook, Merrimack Co, New Hampshire; This was a second marriage for Charles, and a first marriage for Flores.766 He died on 21 May 1927 at 523 Aylwin Street, Montreal, Montreal Co, Quebec, at age 74; The cause of death was "hemorrhage from stomach" with pneumonia. Notification was sent to his son and daughter by telegram by his widow.767 He was buried on 25 May 1927 at Head Cemetery, Hooksett, Merrimack Co, New Hampshire.768
On 4 Feb 1917, Charles Parker registered with the Consulate in Montreal. He listed that he had only one child, W.S. Parker, b. 15 Nov 1874, who was then living ini Detroit. An attached affidavit to explain his foreign residence indicates that he was living in Montreal for "a better situation with better wages and was employed by the Dom Textile Co. as foreman for 34 years and resigned last August 1915." He said he visited the US as often as every two years, but owned no property there. His wife, Flora, did own a house in Pembroke that her parents left to her.769 An application for Registration of a native citizen on 7 Aug 1918 shows that Charles last left the United States on the 20th Jan 1881, arriving in Montreal on the next day. He was a clerk with a atextile company at 112 St James St. He lived at 7A Aylwin Street, Montreal. He did not pay income tax to the US, as his income was too small. He listed Flora Stevens as his wife, also of Montreal. The couple had no children, but he had two from a previous marriage: Walter S. Parker, then living in Detroit, Michigan, and Mabel S. Parker, of Cobourg, [Ontario?]. Charles was 5'10", with grey hair and blue eyes, and 65 years old.770

Children of Charles William5 Parker and Lottie Goodnough were as follows:

There were no children of Charles William5 Parker and Flora Jeannette Stevens.
102. HELEN5 TRYON (Richard4, Sarah3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born circa 1854 at Moira, Franklin Co, New York.134 She married Robert Crinklaw in 1884.774 She died on 31 Dec 1933 at Brushton, Franklin Co, New York; Helen was a widow, and died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Henry Bowles, in Brushton after an illness of six weeks. Another daughter, Mrs. Carl C. Cain, of Averill Park, NY, also survives, along with grandchildren.775 She was buried at Sunnyside Cemetery, Gale Road, Brushton, Franklin Co, New York; Helen is buried in the Tryon plot with a separate footstone.776
She appeared on the census of 2 Jan 1920 at Moira, Franklin Co, New York; Helen M. Crinklaw, 64, wid, and daughter Beatrice, 25.777

Children of Helen5 Tryon and Robert Crinklaw both born at Franklin Co, New York, were as follows:
103. JOEL WELLS5 TRYON (Richard4, Sarah3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1)384 was born circa 1859 at Brushton, Franklin Co, New York.784 He married Mary L. Walsh on 21 Dec 1883 at Lowell, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts; The marriage was recorded with his name as J. Wills Tryon, 24, son of Richard and Electa Tryon.785 He died on 11 Apr 1943 at 6 Dutton Street, Lowell, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts; His obituary listed him as James W. Tryon, husband of the late Mary Walsh. He left one grandson, Terrance G. Tryon of Lawrence, MA. Cause of death was arteriosclerosis.786 He was buried on 14 Apr 1943 at Westlawn Cemetery, Lowell, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts; Burial arrangements were handled by the O'Donnell Funeral Home and it was mentioned in the obit that burial was Edson, but it was in Westlawn. He was buried in Section 6, Range 8, Grave 39, which was in a section for less well-to-do folks. They were not permitted to have upright monuments and these were sold as single graves.787
As of 1883, he was also known as Wells Tryon. As of 1900, he was also known as James W. Tryon. In 1908, Wells was listed in his mother's death notice as of Lowell. At the time of his brother Wallace's death in 1929, Joel was listed as surviving him - Wells Tryon of "the East".384

Children of Joel Wells5 Tryon and Mary L. Walsh were:
104. WALLACE5 TRYON (James4, Sarah3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born circa 1850 at New York.790 He married Clara Miller, daughter of Oliver Miller and Marguerite (--?--), on 10 Jan 1882 at Lowell, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts; Wallace Tryon, 31, woodworker, b. NY and Clara Miller, 20, operator, b. MA.791 He died on 25 Jun 1915 at Lowell, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts; Wallace Tryon resided 449 Dutton Dtreet, Lowell, aged 65 years. He left three sons, Arthur, Royal and Robert; a daughter Ruth; two sisters, Mrs. James Gordon and Mrs. Charles DeMoulpied, and a brother. George N. Tryon, of Manchester, N.H.792 He was buried on 29 Jun 1915 at Edson Cemetery, Lowell, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts.793
The 1860 census showed him named William, but there was a son named Wallace in the 1880 census for Lowell. Since James had another son William, the writer presumes that the 1860 census was in error.390 He lived in 1889 at 77 Liberty, Lowell, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts; Wallace appears to have been boarding with his father at this time, Since he had married several years earlier, it is likely they were both living there.794 He lived in 1890 at 121 Smith, Lowell, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts; Wallace and his wife must have moved to their own home between 1889 and 1890, just before starting their own family, as he is now a homeowner.795 He appeared on the census of 26 Apr 1910 at Dutton Street, Lowell, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts; Wallace Tryon, 60, Clara, 49, married 26 years; Royal, 19, Robert, 17 and Ruth A, 15. Wallace was a carpenter in a machine shop.796

Children of Wallace5 Tryon and Clara Miller were as follows:
105. MARY A.5 TRYON (James4, Sarah3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1)807 was born in Jan 1853 at New York.808 She married James F. Gordon, son of Joseph Gordon and Martha S. (--?--), on 15 Mar 1879 at Lowell, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts; James was aged 22 and Eliza was 23, married by Rev. George S. Richer.809 She died on 23 Aug 1933 at Lowell, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts, at age 80.
She appeared on the census of 1930 at Lowell, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts; James F, Gordon, 75, b. ME and wife Mary A., 76.810

Children of Mary A.5 Tryon and James F. Gordon were as follows:
106. NELLIE A.5 TRYON (James4, Sarah3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1)821 was born in Oct 1860 at New York.396 She married Charles DeMoulpied on 6 Jan 1876 at Lowell, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts; Charles was aged 23 and Nellie was aged 18, married by Rev. James A. Bates.822 She died on 25 Jan 1948 at Hillsborough Co, New Hampshire, at age 87; Nellie was aged 90 years 2 months and 29 days.823 She was buried on 28 Jan 1948 at Pine Grove Cemetery, Manchester, Hillsborough Co, New Hampshire; She was buried in Lot 3707 of Chapel Lawn.823
Her married name was DeMaulfried.396 As of 1876, her married name was DeMoulfried.824

Children of Nellie A.5 Tryon and Charles DeMoulpied were as follows:
107. GEORGE WILLIAM5 TRYON (James4, Sarah3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1)838 was born circa 1869 at Suncook, Merrimack Co, New Hampshire.839 He married Luella Green on 26 Sep 1890 at Nashua, Hillsborough Co, New Hampshire.840 He died on 12 Jan 1940 at Manchester, Hillsborough Co, New Hampshire.388
He appeared on the census of 23 Apr 1910 at Manchester, Hillsborough Co, New Hampshire; George W. Tryon, 41, Luella, 39, Vera A., 18, Elsie M., 17 and Nellie E., 15. This census shows Luella b. NH, and all daughters b. MA.841 He was also known as William G. Tryon. He appeared on the census of 21 Jan 1930 at Manchester, Hillsborough Co, New Hampshire; George W. Tryon, 50, b. NH, wife Luella, 49, b. NJ, and daughter Nellie, 25, single, b. MA, along with the family of B. George Mason, 27, b. NH, wife Elsie N., 26, b. MA and daughter, Shirley E., 2 yrs 11 months, b. NH. Both Nellie and Elsie showed parents born NH and NJ.842

Children of George William5 Tryon and Luella Green all born at Lowell, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts, were as follows:
108. ADELAIDE5 WILSON (Nancy4 Tryon, Sarah3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born circa 1862 at Franklin Co, New York; info from 1875 census at Moira, Franklin Co, NY. She married Charles Young, son of Alexander Young and Sally Pierce, on 5 Sep 1883. She married Ira C. Young, son of Alexander Young and Sally Pierce, on 5 Sep 1892.

Children of Adelaide5 Wilson and Charles Young were:

Children of Adelaide5 Wilson and Ira C. Young are:
109. MICAJAH SYLVESTER5 MANDIGO (Catherine4 Fadden, Nancy3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 17 Sep 1835 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec. He was baptized on 16 Aug 1837 at St George's Anglican Church, Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.116 He married Mary Anne ? (--?--).
He was also known as Sylvester Mandigo. Sylvester Mandigo removed to Sibley County, Minnesota, where he enlisted as a Private on 12 Nov 1862 and served with Company I, 10th Minnesota Infantry Regiment. The unit returned to Ft. Snelling from Mississippi and was mustered out 19 August 1865. Sylvester had been promoted to Sergeant by the end of the war. The family later removed to New York, and Sylvester filed application #808459 and received an invalid's pension. This was dated 10 July 1890. He must have died ca 1898, as his widow Mary A. Mandigo filed application #613090 and received a widow's pension on Certificate 421267 filed from NY on 27 Apr 1898.854 He appeared on the census of 1881 at Champlain, Clinton Co, New York; Sylvester Mandigo, 42, Mary, 43, Uriah, 21, William, 17, all four b. Canada; Allson, 16, b. MN; and George, 7. b. NY.855

Children of Micajah Sylvester5 Mandigo and Mary Anne ? (--?--) were:
110. WILLIAM TURNER5 MANDIGO (Catherine4 Fadden, Nancy3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 2 Sep 1838 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec. He was baptized on 22 Jan 1843 at St Armand, Missisquoi Co, Quebec; St Armand Methodist Church. He married Mary Guertin on 8 Sep 1864 at Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec; Clarenceville Methodist Church. He married Martha Salls, daughter of Isaac Salls Jr. and Mary Melissa Derick, after 1874. He died on 28 Jan 1931 at St Sebastien, Iberville Co, Quebec, at age 92.856 He was buried on 30 Jan 1931 at Brockville Cemetery, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.856
He and Martha Salls appeared on the census of 1881 at Ste-Sebastien, Iberville Co, Quebec; William T. Mandigo, 40, Martha, 26, Henrietta, 15, W, Asahel, 13, Samuel E., 11, Ernest M, 9, and Bertha, 1. William listed his ethnic origin as Italian, and they were Anglican.857 He and Martha Salls appeared on the census of 1911 at Ste-Sebastien, Iberville Co, Quebec; William F. Mandigo, 73, (Sep 1838), and wife Martin (transcription error), 57 (Aug 1854) along with grandson Walter O. Smith, 12 (Aug 1899).858

Children of William Turner5 Mandigo and Mary Guertin were as follows:

Children of William Turner5 Mandigo and Martha Salls were as follows:
111. URIAH5 MANDIGO (Catherine4 Fadden, Nancy3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 23 Dec 1841 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec. He was baptized on 22 Jan 1843 at St Armand, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.866 He married Edith Salls, daughter of Isaac Salls Jr. and Mary Melissa Derick, on 15 Oct 1862 at Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.279 He died on 1 Jan 1904 at age 62; Family Bible record from Mrs. John Edson Mandigo, 1991.
He appeared on the census of 21 Jun 1870 at Burke, Franklin Co, New York; Uriah Mandigo 28, wife "Adeth" 26 along with their children Elsworth, 6, Daniel, 4 and Georgianna, 2, were living next door to Charles Percy in Burke.867

Children of Uriah5 Mandigo and Edith Salls were as follows:
112. CATHERINE ARVILLA5 MANDIGO (Catherine4 Fadden, Nancy3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 9 Jun 1844 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.868 She was baptized on 9 Jun 1845 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.116 She married John Martin circa 1861.

Children of Catherine Arvilla5 Mandigo and John Martin were as follows:
113. GEORGE HERBERT5 FADDEN (Ira4, Nancy3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 8 Dec 1847. He was baptized on 27 May 1851 at Sutton, Brome Co, Quebec; Sutton Anglican Church. He married Geneva Gordon on 22 Sep 1875.413 He married Ida Keller on 10 Nov 1919.413 He died on 12 Aug 1934 at Erie, Whiteside Co, Illinois, at age 86.413 He was buried at Erie, Whiteside Co, Illinois.413

Children of George Herbert5 Fadden and Geneva Gordon were as follows:

There were no children of George Herbert5 Fadden and Ida Keller.
114. MARY LOUISA5 FADDEN (Ira4, Nancy3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 29 Oct 1849. She was baptized on 27 May 1851 at Sutton, Brome Co, Quebec; Sutton Anglican Church. She married John S. Reed in 1871.413 She died on 4 Apr 1917 at age 67.413 She was buried at Beebe, Stanstead Co, Quebec.413

Children of Mary Louisa5 Fadden and John S. Reed were as follows:
115. HIRAM HERBERT5 FADDEN (Ira4, Nancy3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 18 Oct 1851 at Sutton, Brome Co, Quebec. He was baptized on 29 Aug 1854 at Sutton, Brome Co, Quebec; Sutton Anglican Church. He married Evelyn C. Welch, daughter of Benjamin Welch and Arminta Peasley, on 23 Dec 1875 at Stanstead, Stanstead Co, Quebec; Stanstead Methodist Church. He died on 14 Nov 1927 at Claremont, Sullivan Co, New Hampshire, at age 76.413 He was buried at Claremont, Sullivan Co, New Hampshire.413

Children of Hiram Herbert5 Fadden and Evelyn C. Welch were:
116. FRANCES ADELAIDE5 FADDEN (Ira4, Nancy3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 17 Jul 1853 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.267 She was baptized on 5 Feb 1865 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.136 She married Willis L. Jennings on 27 Nov 1879 at Whiteside Co, Illinois; Illinois Marriage Index.

Children of Frances Adelaide5 Fadden and Willis L. Jennings were as follows:
117. ELECTA ANNE5 FADDEN (Ira4, Nancy3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 16 Sep 1855 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.267 She was baptized on 5 Feb 1865 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.136 She married Will Davis.413 She died on 19 Jun 1921 at age 65.413 She was buried at Erie, Whiteside Co, Illinois.

Children of Electa Anne5 Fadden and Will Davis were:
118. MARVIN IRA5 FADDEN (Ira4, Nancy3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 27 Sep 1857 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.267 He was baptized on 5 Feb 1865 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.136 He married Clara Hubbard on 1 Feb 1883.413 He died in 1945 at Lyndon, Whiteside Co, Illinois.871 He was buried at Lyndon Cemetery, Lyndon, Whiteside Co, Illinois; Stone reads simply b. 1857, d. 1945.871

Children of Marvin Ira5 Fadden and Clara Hubbard were as follows:
119. ELIZABETH5 FADDEN (Ira4, Nancy3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 23 Apr 1865 at Stanstead, Stanstead Co, Quebec. She was baptized on 15 Apr 1877 at Stanstead, Stanstead Co, Quebec; Stanstead Methodist Church. She married Herbert W. Merrill.413 She died on 11 Feb 1936 at age 70.413
Lizzie Fadden attended Stanstead College and received a teacher's diploma. She and her husband, Herbert W. Merrill, lived in Rock Island, Quebec.

Children of Elizabeth5 Fadden and Herbert W. Merrill were as follows:
120. CHARLES WILLIAM5 FADDEN (Ira4, Nancy3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 7 Aug 1869 at Stanstead, Stanstead Co, Quebec. He was baptized on 15 Apr 1877 at Stanstead, Stanstead Co, Quebec; Stanstead Methodist Church. He married Maud Stone on 19 Oct 1891.413 He died on 9 Feb 1941 at Illinois at age 71.413 He was buried at Prophetstown, Whiteside Co, Illinois.

Children of Charles William5 Fadden and Maud Stone were as follows:
121. GERTIE MABEL5 FADDEN (Ira4, Nancy3 Scott, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 23 Apr 1872 at Stanstead, Stanstead Co, Quebec. She was baptized on 15 Apr 1877 at Stanstead, Stanstead Co, Quebec; Stanstead Methodist Church. She married Jack P. Frost.413 She married Frank Angell.413 She married Bert J. Ryan on 19 Oct 1892 at Whiteside Co, Illinois; Illinois Marriage Index.

Children of Gertie Mabel5 Fadden and Jack P. Frost were:

There were no children of Gertie Mabel5 Fadden and Frank Angell.

Children of Gertie Mabel5 Fadden and Bert J. Ryan were as follows:
122. SYLVESTER5 SCOTT (Samuel4, William3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 28 Feb 1848 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.876 He was baptized on 2 Sep 1854 at Clarenceville Anglican Church, Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.876 He married Hannah McKenzie on 27 Nov 1870.877

Children of Sylvester5 Scott and Hannah McKenzie were:
123. LOUISA CORDELIA5 SCOTT (Samuel4, William3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 24 Jul 1849 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.878 She was baptized on 2 Sep 1854 at Clarenceville Anglican Church, Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.878 She married Joseph M. Starr on 12 Jan 1869 at Boone Co, Iowa.879

Children of Louisa Cordelia5 Scott and Joseph M. Starr were:
124. CECILIA E.5 SCOTT (Samuel4, William3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 23 Jan 1852 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.267 She was baptized on 2 Sep 1854 at Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.136 She married Edward F. Combs on 22 Jan 1871.877 She died after 1909.

Children of Cecilia E.5 Scott and Edward F. Combs were as follows:
125. EDNA MAHALA5 SCOTT (Samuel4, William3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 6 Sep 1853 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.289 She was baptized on 2 Sep 1854 at Clarenceville Anglican Church, Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.136 She married Ransom W. Luther on 2 Jul 1871 at Cherokee Co.881 She married Robert O. Perkins in 1900 at Missouri.

Children of Edna Mahala5 Scott and Ransom W. Luther were as follows:

There were no children of Edna Mahala5 Scott and Robert O. Perkins.
126. EMMA IDA5 SCOTT (Samuel4, William3, Thomas2, Walter1)881 was born on 16 Mar 1856 at Iowa.884 She married William G. Sylvester, son of William B. Sylvester and Mary B. (--?--), on 11 Oct 1874.885

Children of Emma Ida5 Scott and William G. Sylvester were as follows:
127. ELMER FREMONT5 SCOTT (Samuel4, William3, Thomas2, Walter1)881 was born on 18 Jul 1859 at Iowa.884 He married Kate Hurley.

Children of Elmer Fremont5 Scott and Kate Hurley are:
128. LESTER WINFIELD5 SCOTT (Samuel4, William3, Thomas2, Walter1)881 was born on 4 May 1862 at Iowa.887 He married Fannie Farrer on 29 Jun 1890.881

Children of Lester Winfield5 Scott and Fannie Farrer were as follows:
129. LEORA LILLIAN5 SCOTT (Robert4, William3, Thomas2, Walter1)471 was born on 15 Aug 1857 at Sudbury, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts; While Leora is not specifically named in the birth record, it is just listed female Scott. If she was born in Massachusetts, this must be her, with parents as Robert D. and Sarah Scott.890 She married Loan Percy.467 She died on 28 Nov 1929 at OCM Hospital, Newport, Orleans Co, Vermont, at age 72; Her name was stated as Della B. Scott Percy and the death record.891

Children of Leora Lillian5 Scott and Loan Percy were:
130. ARTHUR FRANKLIN5 SCOTT (Robert4, William3, Thomas2, Walter1)893 was born on 11 Feb 1863 at Newport, Orleans Co, Vermont.894 He married Minnie Scott, daughter of Wallace W. Scott and Lizzie Green, on 31 Jan 1885 at Newport, Orleans Co, Vermont.895 He died on 2 Oct 1943 at 107 Main Street, Newport, Orleans Co, Vermont, at age 80.896
He appeared on the census of 9 Jun 1900 at Newport, Orleans Co, Vermont.895

Children of Arthur Franklin5 Scott and Minnie Scott were:
131. BURTON A5 SCOTT (Robert4, William3, Thomas2, Walter1)899 was born on 6 Aug 1864 at Highgate, Orleans Co, Vermont.900 He married Gertrude Hooker circa 1886 at Vermont.901 He died on 31 Dec 1938 at Vermont at age 74; The place of death was not stated on the death record in 1938.902 He was buried at Pleasant View Cemetery, Orleans, Orleans Co, Vermont.903

Children of Burton A5 Scott and Gertrude Hooker were as follows:
132. SARAH BELL5 SCOTT (Robert4, William3, Thomas2, Walter1)472 was born on 18 Nov 1872 at Newport Centre, Orleans Co, Vermont.906 She married Carroll L. Dow on 5 Jan 1891 at Coventry, Orleans Co, Vermont; They were married by R.N. Olds, Baptist Minister of Newport.907 She died on 2 Mar 1959 at Pasadena, Los Angeles Co, California, at age 86.908

Children of Sarah Bell5 Scott and Carroll L. Dow were:
133. SAMANTHA ELIZABETH5 SCOTT (John4, John3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 9 Jun 1846 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.255 She was baptized on 4 Apr 1847 at Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.116 She married Oscar Barnes, son of Cyrus P. Barnes and Lois Downey, before 1867. She died on 18 Mar 1888 at Franklin Co, New York, at age 41. She was buried at Sandy Knoll Cemetery, Chateaugay, Franklin Co, New York.

Children of Samantha Elizabeth5 Scott and Oscar Barnes were as follows:
134. MARY JANE5 SCOTT (John4, John3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 22 Aug 1848 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.913 She was baptized on 10 Sep 1853 at Clarenceville Methodist Church, Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.279 She married Leander C. Barnes, son of Cyrus P. Barnes and Lois Downey, on 10 Mar 1866. She died on 24 Sep 1926 at Lake Street, Chateaugay, Franklin Co, New York, at age 78;
     Mary died at her home at after a short illness. Three weeks earlier she "was stricken with a paralytic shock which practically left her in a helpless condition, and she was unable to rally from the effects although all that medical aid and loving care could do was bestowed upon her".       She had come to Burke as a small child, and after her marriage to Leander, they lived in Chateaugay.      She had been a member of the M.E. Church, and left her husband, two daughters, Mrs. E.A. Hinds of St Petersburg, FL; Mrs H.E. Thompson, of this village; five sons, John, Albert S., George, Leander, Jr; and Elmer, all of CHateaugay; one sister, Mrs. Selom Cook of Lexington, MA, and one brother, Asel Scott of Huntingdon, Quebec.
914 She was buried at East Side Cemetery, Chateaugay, Franklin Co, New York.915


Children of Mary Jane5 Scott and Leander C. Barnes were as follows:
135. RODNEY5 SCOTT (John4, John3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 13 Nov 1851 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec. He married Sabra Adelia Cook, daughter of Selon Cook and Martha Powell. He married Rebecca Smith, daughter of George Smith and Marion Shaw, on 21 Jul 1896 at Chateaugay, Franklin Co, New York; They were married by Rev. E.E. Cheeseman; Rodney was of Burke and Rebecca Smith was of Holyoke, Massachusetts.922 He died circa 1911.

Children of Rodney5 Scott and Sabra Adelia Cook are:

There were no children of Rodney5 Scott and Rebecca Smith.
136. LYDIA MIRANDA "ELIZABETH"5 SCOTT (John4, John3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 5 May 1853 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec. She married Martin Van Buren Vincent, son of Zachariah Vincent and Harriet Twishmond, on 23 Feb 1871. She died on 20 Nov 1924 at 154 Water Street, Massena, St Lawrence Co, New York, at age 71; "Mrs Elizabeth Scott Vincent, 71, wife of Martin Van Buren Vincent, died Thursday evening about 9:00 o'clock at the home, 154 Water Street, following a long period of failing health due to old age She was born in St. Johns, P.Q., May 5, 1853....When she was four years of age the family moved to Burke, Franklin county, where she resided until coming to Massena eight years ago. Mrs. Vincent often recalled the old days at Burke when she used to ride with her father behind an ox team over a corduroy road taking bark(?) from Burke to Chateaugay. Her marriage took place at Chateaugay February 23, 1870, Mr. Vincent being a farmer. He retired eight years ago and they came to Massena, building the present home on Water Street. Surviving, besides her husband, are three daughters, Mrs. Henry Fitch, of Fort Covington, Mrs. Roy Dougherty of Burke, and Mrs. James Burke, of Massena; one son, Zachariah Vincent, of Burke, one adopted son, Martin Vincent, of Chicago, Ill.; three sisters, Mrs. Cela Cook, of Boston, Mass., Mrs. Zachariah Vincent, of Rock Island, Vt., and Mrs. Leander Barnes, of Chateaugay; two brothers, Myron Scott, of Derby, Vt., and Asel Scott, of Huntingdon, P.Q., and six grandchildren. The funeral was held Sunday morning at 9:00 o'clock from the home...body was taken to Burke".923 She was buried on 23 Nov 1924 at Burke Center Cemetery, Burke, Franklin Co, New York.923

Children of Lydia Miranda "Elizabeth"5 Scott and Martin Van Buren Vincent were as follows:
137. MYRON GILBERT5 SCOTT (John4, John3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 17 Jul 1854 at Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.934 He was born on 17 Jul 1855. He married Mary Ann Vincent, daughter of Zachariah Vincent and Harriet Twishmond, on 28 Sep 1878. He died on 27 Mar 1926 at Albany, Orleans Co, Vermont, at age 71; Myron had a cerebral hemorrage.934
He appeared on the census of 6 Jun 1900 at Burke, Franklin Co, New York; Myron, 45, and wife Mary, 36, had been married 22 years. They had six children, five living. In their household were Charles, 19, Willie, 17, John 13, Bertha, 8, and Myron, 4.935 He and Mary Ann Vincent appeared on the census of 6 Jan 1920 at Holland, Orleans Co, Vermont.936

Children of Myron Gilbert5 Scott and Mary Ann Vincent were as follows:
138. ASAHEL H.5 SCOTT (John4, John3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born in Sep 1858 at Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec. He married Emily Sarah Collins on 9 Aug 1881 at Holyoke, Hampden Co, Massachusetts; Their marriage record indicates they were both residents of Holyoke. "Acil" was 22 years old and a carpenter, and Emily was 19.939 He died on 13 Jun 1936 at Huntingdon, Huntingdon Co, Quebec, at age 77; "A.H. Scott, died at at his residence in Huntingdon PQ, age 79 years. Interred in Huntingdon PQ. He was born in Clarenceville PQ, living in New York and Holyoke MA where he was married to Emily Collins in 1881. They later moved back to Burke, NY and came to Huntingdon in 1908. Eight children were born to this union of whom four our living. They are, Winifred, Mrs Frank Helm of Chateauguay New York, Miss Mildred Scott at home, A. E. Scott of Belmont MA, and Henry M. Scott of Albany, New York. Funeral was held at the home with the Rev. J. H. Miller, DD officiating".940 He was buried on 15 Jun 1936 at Huntingdon Cemetery, Huntingdon Co, Quebec.941
He appeared on the census of Jun 1900 at Burke, Franklin Co, New York; This shows Asel Scott b. Sep 1859, aged 40, Emmy, b. Apr 1862, 38. She had 8 children but only 7 living, and they were married 19 yrs. Also lists Winnie, 16, Walter, 13, Albert 11, Fred, 9, Alice, 6, Henry 4, Mildred 2. The birthdates the writer has come from that 1900 census.523 He appeared on the census of 1905 at Burke, Franklin Co, New York; The census shows that Asel and his wife Emily had been in the U.S. for 28 years.942

Children of Asahel H.5 Scott and Emily Sarah Collins were as follows:
139. MARTHA ANN5 SCOTT (John4, John3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 27 Mar 1862 at Burke, Franklin Co, New York. She was born in 1863. She married Zachariah Vincent, son of Zachariah Vincent and Harriet Twishmond, on 25 Jan 1879. She died on 13 Apr 1925 at Derby, Orleans Co, Vermont, at age 63.

Children of Martha Ann5 Scott and Zachariah Vincent were:
140. ADELAIDE C.5 SCOTT (John4, John3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born in 1866 at Burke, Franklin Co, New York. She married Selon A. Cook, son of Selon Cook and Martha Powell, at Burke, Franklin Co, New York. She died in 1938.

Children of Adelaide C.5 Scott and Selon A. Cook all born at Lexington, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts, were as follows:
141. MARY ELIZABETH5 SCOTT (John4, John3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 2 Oct 1869 at Burke, Franklin Co, New York. She married Lyndon James Hill, son of Harrison Hill and Sarah A. White, circa 1885. She died in Jun 1902 at Montreal, Montreal Co, Quebec, at age 32.

Children of Mary Elizabeth5 Scott and Lyndon James Hill were:
142. MARY MELISSA5 DERICK (Clarinda4 Scott, John3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 2 Jan 1844 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.279 She was born on 31 Dec 1845 at Quebec.953 She was baptized on 12 Oct 1847 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.279 She married Isaac Briggs Salls, son of Benjamin Franklin Salls and Lydia A. Tryon, on 12 Feb 1862 at Alburgh, Grand Isle Co, Vermont; Briggs Salls was of Stanstead and Mary was of Clarenceville.954 She died on 24 Jan 1909 at Manchester, Hillsborough Co, New Hampshire, at age 63; The cause of death was cardiac embolism. She had been a resident in Manchester for five years, and the previous residence was North Troy, Vermont.955 She was buried on 26 Jan 1909 at Village Cemetery, Beebe, Stanstead Co, Quebec.956

Children of Mary Melissa5 Derick and Isaac Briggs Salls were as follows:
143. EBER5 SPOOR (Almeda4 Scott, John3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 21 May 1849 at Henryville, Iberville Co, Quebec.279 He was baptized on 7 Aug 1849 at Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.279 He was born circa 1852 at Canada.510 He married Julia Gebo, daughter of Joseph Gebo, circa 1877. He died on 12 Mar 1916 at Mooers Forks, Clinton Co, New York, at age 66; Eben Spoor was aged 69 years, and had been in failing health for some time, but pneumonia was the direct cause. He left his wife, two sons and one daughter, Arthur of Springfield, VT; and William and Almeda of Mooers Forks.966 He was buried on 14 Mar 1916 at Union Cemetery, Mooers Forks, Clinton Co, New York.967

Children of Eber5 Spoor and Julia Gebo were as follows:
144. BYRON5 SPOOR (Almeda4 Scott, John3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born in 1858 at Franklin Centre, Huntingdon Co, Quebec.510 He married Mary Margaret Jane Willette on 9 Nov 1892 at Ellenburg, Clinton Co, New York.511 He died on 12 Jul 1940 at Ellenburg Depot, Clinton Co, New York.970 He was buried at Sheldon Cemetery, Ellenburg Depot, Clinton Co, New York.

Children of Byron5 Spoor and Mary Margaret Jane Willette all born at Ellenburg Depot, Clinton Co, New York, were as follows:
145. GEORGE HERBERT5 SCOTT (Robert4, John3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 2 Feb 1855 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec. He was baptized on 11 Mar 1857 at Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.279 He married Isabelle Hamson, daughter of William Hamson, on 29 Sep 1883 at Burke, Franklin Co, New York; They were married by the Rev. Marshall White, Baptist Minister at Burke.978 He died on 25 Dec 1932 at Burke, Franklin Co, New York, at age 77; George Scott came to Burke when only four years old. He was originally a carpenter but then later purchased a farm which he ran until his death at age 78 years. He had married Isobel Hampson 49 years previous. He was survived by his widow, and a daughter, Mrs. Lee Tucker and one son, Kenneth Scott.979 He was buried on 27 Dec 1932 at Morningside Cemetery, Malone, Franklin Co, New York.979
He and Isabelle Hamson appeared on the census of 25 Apr 1930 at Burke, Franklin Co, New York; George H. Scott, 75, Belle, 70, both b. Canada. They were maried at ages 27 and 22, respectively.980

Children of George Herbert5 Scott and Isabelle Hamson both born at Burke, Franklin Co, New York, were as follows:
146. CHARLES H.5 SCOTT (Robert4, John3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born in Oct 1863 at Franklin Co, New York.982 He married Alice E. Hough circa 1885 at New York.983 He and Alice E. Hough were divorced in Jan 1927 at Lowell, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts.984
He appeared on the census of 9 Jun 1900 at Lunenburg Street, Fitchburg, Worcester Co, Massachusetts; C.H. Scott, 36, Alice E., 33, Daisy M., 12. Alice and Daisy were b. CT.985 He appeared on the census of 27 Apr 1910 at Fitchburg, Worcester Co, Massachusetts; Charles Scott, 46, born NY, Alice, 44, born CT along with Daisy M. their daughter, aged 22, born CT. They also had Charles' brother Brigham's widow, Nellie (Hough) and her daughter and mother living with them.983

Children of Charles H.5 Scott and Alice E. Hough were:
147. BRIGHAM5 SCOTT (Robert4, John3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born in Jan 1865 at Burke, Franklin Co, New York.985 He married Nellie M. Hough before 1895.983 He died on 11 Apr 1902 at Fitchburg, Worcester Co, Massachusetts, at age 37; The Chateaugay Record of April 1902: " In Fitchburg, MA, Brigham R.Scott, (son of Robert) aged about 38 yrs was born in Burke, Franklin Co, and lived with his parents until his 21st birthday when he went to Terryville, CT where he married Miss Nellie M. Hough of Terryville. In 1887 he moved to Manchester...then to Fitchburg in 1889 where he worked".
He appeared on the census of 9 Jun 1900 at Lunenburg Street, Fitchburg, Worcester Co, Massachusetts; Brigham R. Scott, 35, Nellie, 31, Alma G. (son), 5.985

Children of Brigham5 Scott and Nellie M. Hough were:
148. NELLIE5 SCOTT (Robert4, John3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born circa Mar 1877 at Chateaugay, Franklin Co, New York.986 She married Alfred William LaCharity on 31 May 1896 at Somerville, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts; They were both residents of Everett, Massachusetts. Nellie's parents were listed as Robert Scott and Annie Kimball.987 She died after 1940 at Suffolk Co, Massachusetts.

Children of Nellie5 Scott and Alfred William LaCharity were as follows:
149. WARREN ARTHUR5 SCOTT (Gilbert4, John3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 22 Jun 1860 at Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.998 He married Florence E. Frye, daughter of Charles Frye and Sarah (--?--), on 5 Jul 1884 at Lawrence, Essex Co, Massachusetts; Warren and Florence both gave their ages as 25. He was born Canada and a carpenter and she was born England and a weaver.999 He married Ida Mae Sunbury, daughter of Charles Sunbury and Olive Smith, on 28 Dec 1921 at Newport, Orleans Co, Vermont; The marriage was announced in the Stanstead Journal, saying that "Warren Scott, a well known resident of North Derby and Mrs. Ida M. Chapman, nurse, lately of Derby Center" were married by Rev. L.A. Edwards.1000 He died on 9 Jan 1925 at his home on Shelburne Road, North Adams, Berkshire Co, Massachusetts, at age 64; A notice in the Norwich newspaper, The Norwich Sun dated 13 Jan 1925, mentions his body had been brought there for burial. He had been a "prominent Norwich contractor several years ago." but had moved to Herkimer. States he was Warren Scott of Massachusetts as well. The North Adams Transcript, 13 Jan 1925, mentions he left a widow, a son, Walter, and a daughter, Mrs. Lena Vincent of Elmira. Apparently, he married a third time, but so far, no record found. Cause of death was jaundice.1001 He was buried on 13 Jan 1925 at Mount Hope Cemetery, Norwich, Chenango Co, New York.1002
According to family sources, Warren married Daisy ? or a ? Taisy. Have not found anything to verify that. As for his 2nd marriage to Ida Mae Sunbury Chapman, it's anyone's guess. She was married to a Robert Perkins before 1930 and living in MA. Her obit mentions she was twice married, once to Edwin Chapman, and to Robert Perkins. The marriage to Warren Scott must have been a fleeting moment.4 He appeared on the census of 8 Jun 1900 at Norwich, Chenango Co, New York; Warren A. Scott, 43, born NY, Florence L., 41, b. England; Lena M., 10, and Walter G., 5, both b. NY.1003 He appeared on the census of 1905 at Norwich, Chenango Co, New York; Warren A. Scott, 45, Florence L., 46, Lena M., 15, Walter G., 10, and Harry A., 3.1004 He appeared on the census of 29 Apr 1910 at Herkimer, Herkimer Co, New York; Warren A. Scott, 50, Florence, 50, married 25 years, had four children with two living; Walter G., 15, as well as Fred Robinson, 30 and wife Lena M. Robinson, 20. Warren was enumerated as having been born in New York, as was his father, and his mother was born Connecticut.1005 He and Judith Elizabeth Tryon appeared on the census of 1921 at Graniteville, Stanstead, Stanstead Co, Quebec; Warren Arthur Scott, 61, widowed, and Judith Elizabeth Scott, his mother, 82, also widowed. They were both Methodist. Warren was a carpenter and earned $1500. The two were enumerated one family after his son Walter Gilbert Scott and family, and next to his brother Asa Alfred Scott and his wife Cora.1006 Border crossings show that Warren A. Scott, age 62, crossed to Newport, Vermont on 5 Apr1923. He listed his race as Dutch, born Clarenceville, Quebec. His departure contact was his mother Judith E., and his arrival contact was his stepson, Chester Chapman.1007

Children of Warren Arthur5 Scott and Florence E. Frye were as follows:

There were no children of Warren Arthur5 Scott and Ida Mae Sunbury.
150. WILLIAM EDWARD5 SCOTT (Gilbert4, John3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 10 Mar 1863 at Clarenceville, Missisquoi Co, Quebec.1013 He and Margaret Lavinia Salls have also be reported to have been married 30 Sep 1887 Worcester, Worcester Co, Massachusetts.1013 He married Margaret Lavinia Salls, daughter of Merritt Alonzo Salls and Lydia Maria Young, on 29 Sep 1888 at Worcester, Worcester Co, Massachusetts.1014 He died on 20 Nov 1931 at Clinton, Worcester Co, Massachusetts, at age 68.1015 He was buried on 22 Nov 1931 at Woodlawn Cemetery, Clinton, Worcester Co, Massachusetts.1016
William Edward Scott was a carpenter for Lancaster Mills and had also been a member of the Steamer Company of the Clinton Fire Department. He was naturalized on 26 Sep 1896 at Clinton, Worcester Co, Massachusetts; William was 33, and living at 234 High Street, Clinton at that time.1017 He appeared on the census of 4 Jun 1900 at 500 High Street, Clinton, Worcester Co, Massachusetts; William E. Scott, 37, Margaret L., 37, Wilhemina M., 17, all born in Canada, Mildred S, 11, Veva P., 9 and Muriel M., 2, all three born in MA. The record shows that William came to the US in 1884 and Margaret in 1883. William was a carpenter and Wilhelmina was a stenographer. Wilhelmina was listed as Scott in the entry.1018 He appeared on the census of 21 Apr 1910 at 542 High Street, Clinton, Worcester Co, Massachusetts; William E. Scott and wife Margaret L. were both aged 47. They had been married 22 years, and Margaret had four children three still living. William was a carpenter. Daughters Mildred E., 21, Veva P., 19, and Muriel M., 12, were living with them in Clinton.1019 He appeared on the census of 15 Jan 1920 at 542 High Street, Clinton, Worcester Co, Massachusetts; William was now aged 57, Margaret 56. William had come to the states in 1885, and Margaret in 1865. They were both naturalized in 1900. Daughters "Eva", 28, and Muriel, 22, were living in Clinton with them.1020 He appeared on the census of 5 Apr 1930 at 63 High Street, Clinton, Worcester Co, Massachusetts; William and Margaret were both aged 67, and living with them was daughter, Veva, 38. William was listed a s a general carpenter, and that he had arrived in the US in 1886, and Margaret in 1883.1021

Children of William Edward5 Scott and Margaret Lavinia Salls all born at Clinton, Worcester Co, Massachusetts, were as follows:

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151. HELEN6 SCOTT (Cyrus5, Edward4, Thomas3, Thomas2, Walter1) was born on 1 Mar 1915.582 She married Maurice Beauchemin on 30 Aug 1935.582
Helen and this writer corresponded many times over a decade or so. She was always eager to help and I really enjoyed her letters.1024 She lived in 1990 at Noyan, Missisquoi Co, Quebec; 1380 South Shore Road, J0J 1B0.

Children of Helen6 Scott and Maurice Beauchemin were as follows: