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|DOB:||c1765||guess based on DOM of 1783|
|Spouse:||Samuel Scott (1762-1820)||born Aug.5,1762 in Cecil,Co.Maryland, and died Dec.20,1820 in Middleborough, Jessamine,Co.Ky|
|Nancy Scott||1800||Jessamine Co., Ky||1893|
|Jane Scott||1801||Elija Mahan|
|William Thornton Scott,||b.1812||Jessamine,Co.Ky.||Sarah Ann Sellers|
|John Scott||b.1814||Jessamine,Co. Ky.||Elizabeth Stevenson|
|Elizabeth Scott,||b.1816||Jessamine,Co.Ky||Alexander Walker|
Rev. Shane's Interview with Martha McCorkle, And Emory Hamilton's article on Samuel Walker and Ann Walker Cowan.
"Upon Shane's death, Draper purchased the former's extensive interviews [conducted] while riding the circuit. Known as the Kentucky Papers, Shanes interviews contains 37 volumes. 11CC was the first volume of Shane's notebooks. It includes conversations by Shane with pioneers in Bourbon, Clark, Fayette, Franklin, Jessamine, Shelby, and Woodford counties Kentucky---the heart of the Bluegrass region." The interview is located in Drapers Kentucky Papers, Series 11CC, pages 69-71. Fide Jerry Brimberry 30 Jan 2006.