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Robert W. & Mary Elizabeth (Elder) Scott

© 2001-02 & Submitted by Diana.

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According to the August 1850 Census of Louden Township in Carroll County, Ohio, Josiah SCOTT (45 from PA) and his wife Mary LLOYD (40 of Ohio) had 4 children living with them: Sarah (19), Robert W. (16), Elizabeth (11) and Margueretta (sp?) (9).

Robert W. SCOTT was born 28 Jan 1834 in Jefferson Ohio. He married Mary Elizabeth ELDER on 24 Oct 1854 in Carroll County Ohio. She was the daughter of Josiah ELDER and Eliza JOHNSON. Mary was born in PA on 20 Feb 1838. They had 6 children:

1. William Lloyd 3 Sep 1855-3 May 1936
2. Hester Jane 20 Aug 1858-15 May 1936
3. Joseph Elder (Ed) 30(?) Jan 1860-17 Oct 1939
4. Maggie Lora 23 Feb 1863-14 April 1866
5. Mountford J 6 Mar 1865-14 Sep 1939
6. Robert Melville 18 Nov 1870-2 Oct 1939

Robert W. SCOTT, his wife Mary and all but Maggie and Robert Melville are buried in Roselawn Cemetary, Logan County Oklahoma.

The 1885 Census of Silverdale Township in Cowley County Kansas shows R. W. (51) and Mary E. SCOTT(45), along with W.L.(28), J.E.(24), M.J.(20), and Edward(2). W.L. is listed as a widower. He married his first wife Lettie Rena BODINE in 1878. Their only child was Edward Bodine SCOTT born 17 Sep 1880.

Robert W. SCOTT and family, William Lloyd SCOTT and family, Hester Jane (SCOTT) ESTUS and family, and Mountford J SCOTT and family are all believed to have participated in the 1889 Oklahoma Landrun. They all homesteaded near Mulhall OK. I have copies of the homestead papers for Robert W. and Mountford J SCOTT-my direct line. A family story has it that Mountford J found a Sooner on the land he wanted to claim during the Landrun and traded his saddle for the right to stake it.

Mountford J married Lettie DAKAN. The DAKAN family is listed as being in the same township in 1885. Thomas (66) and Sarrah (51) DAKAN along with Lettie(16), Mary(18) and Carrie (8). There are family pictures of Lettie and Carrie. Carrie married a YOUNG and had a daughter Gertrude (picture). In the Iowa Southwest Bedford Iowa newspaper, dated 7 Sep 1878, is mention of Thomas Daken and family of Polk Township moving to Cowley County Kansas.

Mountford J and Lettie (10 Sep 1869-23 Mar 1890) had 2 sons:

Lloyd Eugene 30 Oct 1887-1 Dec 1895
Frank Dorsey 10 Sep 1889---18 Oct 1952

Mountford's second wife was Ada BLAKESLEY (5 Nov 1876-6 March 1911). They married 7 Nov 1892. They had 8 children and adopted one. Of the 8, the following are buried in Roselawn: John Coxy (23 June 1895-19 Sep 1898), Theodore Roosevelt (21 Sep 1904-8 June 1906), Charles Edward (14 April 1906-12 July 1950) and Roxie Leola (27 June 1909-14 July 1909).

Hester Jane SCOTT married James Jay ESTUS prior to this time (their first child was born in 1880).

Hester Jane SCOTT and her husband James Jay Estus had 5 children:

Robert Ambrose 1880-7 Nov 1963
Mary Elder 26 Feb 1883-5 Oct 1937
James Jay Jr 12 July 1887-22 June 1959
Susan Marguerite 1891-1905
Frank Alonzo(Lonnie) 1894-1904

Hester Jane, her husband, and their children Mary Elder and husband Charles FRASER and their son James Dillon FRASER, and James Jr and his wife Mabel BROWN, and Susan Marguerite and Frank Alonzo are buried at Roselawn.

Frank married Lulu Ada UNDERWOOD on 12 Nov 1908. They had 4 children: an unnamed infant son, Iryne MARKES, Robert J. and Betty Jean GAUMOND. All but Betty are buried in Roselawn along with Robert J.'s wife Diana M. Betty is buried in AZ. Robert J and Betty each have 2 living children.

William Lloyd and his 2nd wife, Ella W. MERYDITH and three of their children: Clarence A., George Dewey and wife Esther, and James Estus SCOTT are buried at Roselawn.



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