John Scott

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John Scott

Birth
Washington County, Arkansas, USA
Death 29 Jul 1907 (aged 80)
Lone Grove, Llano County, Texas, USA
Burial Burnet County, Texas, USA
Memorial ID 5370290 · View Source
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John Scott was the son of Joseph Scott & Ede Peeler. John married twice in his lifetime, first to Catherine Smith on September 28, 1856 in Williamson County, Texas and their children are William Nimrod, Isaac Leroy, Mary Jane Montgomery, George Worthy, John Riley, Annie Elizabeth Spivey and Joseph P.. After Catherine's death John married Rhoda Rebecca Hughes on July 1, 1873 in Llano County, Texas. John & Rhoda's children are Dollie, Nora Edna, Clara Victoria, Leslie Clyde and Ernest Orben.

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The Methodist Protestant Church Newsletter
August 1907

SCOTT- Bro. John Scott was born in Washington county, Arkansas November 12, 1826; died at Lone Grove Texas July 29, 1907 aged 80 years, 8 months, and 17 days.

He moved to Fannin county, Texas in 1844 and in 1851 moved to Llano county with Bro. Smith, the first Methodist Protestant to move to this part of the state. Bro. Smith was afterwards killed and scalped by the Indians. Bro. Scott married his daughter; Miss Catherine Smith Sept. 28, 1856. He joined the first M.P. Church organized west of the Brazos river in Texas; which was Ebeneezer Class in Burnet county. He joined in 1857 with Rev. Isaac Hoover, Bro. Smith and others in forming this church and was the last male member of the original church.

Bro. Scott was truly a pioneer in our church there having belonged half a century; having seen our work grow from one church to two white annual conferences and one colored conference in this territory. His integrity was unquestioned; his honesty excited the admiration of men; his veracity was never doubted;; his firmness nothing could shake. And was always at church when his health permitted. He was a Christian who was found to be the same all the time; ever persistent and steadfast. He was a kind husband and parent and though he suffered much, he was very patient in his last sickness. He was prepared and ready to die. He was a staunch Methodist Protestant

Sister Catherine Scott died March 7, 1873. On July 1, 1873 he married Miss Rhoda Hughs who still survives him. He had 12 children; one son who is dead and eleven still living. Six of them were present when he died. He has gone to his reward; but those who knew him will always remember the sturdy, truthful and honest John Scott.

A. Low; Pastor
Lone Grove, Texas Aug. 5, 1907

Obituary courtesy of Carol Martin

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1830 Crawford County, Arkansas

1840 Cain Hill, Washington County, Arkansas

1850 Williamson County, Williamson, Texas
Dwelling House Number: 50
Family Number: 58
John Larimore M 37y
Elisabeth Larimore F 33y
Sarah A Larimore F 12y
Geo W Larimore M 10y
Samuel H Larimore M 6y
Levins Larimore M 5m
John Scott M 24y *
William Scott M 21y

1860 Llano County, Texas
Page 4; Family# 22
June 19, 1860
Scott, John - 30 male farmer Arkansas *
Scott, Catharine - 31 female Tennessee
Scott, William N. - 2 male Texas
Scott, Isaac L. - 2/12 male Texas

1870 Llano County, Texas
Colorado River Pg. 282
Scott, John - 43 - male - farmer - Arkansas *
Scott, Catherine - 40 - female - Tennessee
Scott, William N. - 13 - male - Texas
Scott, Isaak I. - 10 - male - Texas
Scott, Mary Jane - 8 - female - Texas
Scott, George W. - 5 - male - Texas
Scott, John Riley - 3 - male - Texas
Scott, Anna E. - 10/12 - female - Texas

1880 Precinct 2, Llano County, Texas
John Scott M 54 *
Rhody Scott F 27
Wm. Scott M 22
Mary Scott F 18
Geo. Scott M 15
John Scott M 13
Annie Scott F 10
Joseph Scott M 7
Dolly Scott F 6
Noah Scott M 3
Clarra Scott F 1
James Graham M 22

1900 Justice Precinct 2, Llano, Texas
John Scott M *
Spouse Rhoda R Scott F
Child Dollie Scott F
Child Clara V Scott F
Child Ernest A Scott M
Child Leslie C Scott M


John Scott & Rhoda Rebecca Hughes were my 2nd great grandparents, my line is through their daughter Nora Edna Rogers



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A Precious One From Us Has Gone, A Voice We Loved Is Stilled, A Place Is Vacant In Our Home Which Never Can Be Filled.


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  • Created by: Nicole Rogers Wiebe
  • Added: 18 Apr 2001
  • Find A Grave Memorial 5370290
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for John Scott (12 Nov 1826–29 Jul 1907), Find A Grave Memorial no. 5370290, citing Hoovers Valley Cemetery, Burnet County, Texas, USA ; Maintained by Nicole Rogers Wiebe (contributor 16143079) .