Sarah Scott was born on March 3, 1779 in New York to John Scott and Mehitable Cary. She married Thomas Evans in 1799. They lived in Plymounty, Pennsylvania in the mid-1800s. Sarah died on December 14, 1852. She is buried in North Side Cemetery, Geneseo, Illinois.


Offspring of Sarah Scott and Thomas Evans (1776-1856)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Selinda Evans (1799-?)
William Benjamin Evans (1802-1874) 2 January 1802 United States 22 October 1874 Weedville, Elk County, Pennsylvania, United States Elizabeth Snyder (1801-1890)

Sophrone Eliza Evans (1804-?)
Remembrance Evans (1807-1862)
Sally Ann Evans (1809-?)
Polly Evans (1812-1892)
James Evans (1814-1867)
Mehitable Evans (1818-?)
Catherine Evans (1822-?)



Ahnentafel of Sarah Scott (1779-1852)
The numbers beside each individual are of interest to some researchers. For details see help on Ahnentafel lists of ancestors. In a nutshell, the numbers are used to reveal the relation of the ancestor to the subject. For example, 6 corresponds to maternal grandfather.

Generation 1

1. Sarah Scott (1779-1852)
Birth: 3 March 1779. Death: 14 December 1852.

Generation 2

2. John Scott (1737-1807)
Birth: 10 May 1737. Death: 13 February 1807.
3. Mehitable Cary (1739-1808)
Birth: 1739. Death: 1808.

Generation 3

4. Daniel Scott (c1700-)
Birth: 1700.
5. Mary Whipple (1694-)
Birth: 1694.
6. Joseph Cary (1705-)
Birth: February 1705.
7. Anna Brett (1710-)
Birth: 14 August 1710. Death: 9999.

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