Joan Scott

(circa 1777 - 15 March 1837)
     Joan Scott was born circa 1777 in England. Youngest daughter & co-heir of Major General John Scott, of Balconie Fife, by Margaret, youngest daughter of Robert Dundas of Arniston, Lord President of the Court of Session..
     Joan Scott married George Canning, son of George Canning and Mary Ann Costello, on 8 July 1800 in St George Hanover Square, Westminster. The Rt Hon Goerge Canning of the parish of St Maertin in the Fields, bachelor, & Joan Scott, of this parish, spinster, were married in the dwelling house of the Marquis of Ticthfield in Grosvenor Street, by special licence. Joan was present at George Charles Canning's christening on 4 June 1801 in St Martin in the Fields, Westminster, Middlesex, England.
     She was created Viscountess Canning of Kilbrahan, co. Kilkenny on 22 January 1828..
     Administration of the estate of Capt William Pitt Canning was granted to Joan Scott, 5th March 1829 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
     Joan died on 15 March 1837 in 10 Grosvenor Square, Soho, Westminster, Middlesex. She was buried on 23 March 1837 in Westminster Abbey, London.

Children of Joan Scott and George Canning

Joan Kathleen Herbert Scott

( - 1984)
     Joan Kathleen Herbert Scott was born in Ireland. She was the daughter of Charles William Scott of Lansdowne, Bray, co. Wicklow.
     Joan matriculated at Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, graduating in 1923.
     Joan Kathleen Herbert Scott married Rev Brian Leslie Handy, son of Rev Leslie Alexander Handy and Frances Elizabeth Scott, on 24 April 1930 in Rathdown RD, Dublin.
     Joan died in 1984.

John Scott

(circa 1685 - )
     John Scott was born circa 1685.
     John Scott married Mary Ryther, daughter of Thomas Ryther and Ann Williamson, on 14 September 1714 in Haxey, Lincolnshire.

John Scott

(28 December 1692 - )
     John Scott was christened on 28 December 1692 in Haxey, Lincolnshire.
     John Scott married Mary Ryther, daughter of John Ryther (of Haxey) and Mary Moody, on 14 September 1714 in Haxey, Lincolnshire.

Margaret Scott

(circa 1795 - 21 April 1859)
     Margaret Scott was born circa 1795 in Hawick, Roxburghshire, Scotland.
     Margaret Scott married Peter Hooper on 31 July 1821 in Kelso & Hawick, Roxburghshire, Scotland.
     Margaret Scott and Peter Hooper were recorded on the 1851 census in Roxburgh St, Kelso, Roxburghshire. Peter Hooper 55, born Melrose, Rox, Smith, employing 16 men; wife Margaret Hooper 56, born Hawick, Joseph Hooper 27, born Kelso, Thomas Hooper 17, born Kelso, Margaret Gibson 27, house servant.
     Margaret died on 21 April 1859 in Kelso, Roxburghshire, Scotland. MI: Erected in memory of Robert Hooper son of Peter Hooper ironmonger in Kelso who died 6 July 1833 aged 11 years ...also his son George who died at Rothesay 11 April 1849 aged 22 years also Margaret Scott wife of the above Peter Hooper who died 21 April 1859 aged 64 years.

Children of Margaret Scott and Peter Hooper

Mary Scott

(circa 1798 - 7 March 1889)
     Mary Scott was born circa 1798 in Ballynaclough, Tipperary, Ireland. She was 46 in 1854, daughter of John & Mary Scott, both dead.
     Mary Scott married John Colbert circa 1828 in Tipperary, Ireland. Mary was aged 30 at her marriage..
     There were no Colberts in Nenagh or Bally na clough in 1852 Griffith Valuation of Tipperary. Only Modreeny, Relickmurry & Newcastle. Ballynaclogh - parish of 1094 acres in the North Riding of Tipperary, Barony of Upper Ormond, Union of Nenagh (O.S.21 & 27). Griffith's Valuation - Mary Colbert, lessee of John Bayley Esq., house 10/-.
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     Mary Scott arrived per "Rodney" on 15 March 1854 at Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Mary Colbert, aged 46, housekeeper, born Bally na Clough, parents John & Mary Scott both dead, Church of England, both read & write, to join a brother David Scott in Chippendale, NSW, having paid £14 under the regulations. She was accompanied by Mary aged 23 & Joseph aged 21, her children, their father being dead.
The Immigration Deposit Journals list David Scott sponsoring Joseph aged 20, Mary aged 46 and Mary Ann aged 22 on 31 May 1853.
     Mary died on 7 March 1889 in Mt Buninyong, Victoria. She was buried on 8 March 1889 in Buninyong, Victoria.

Children of Mary Scott and John Colbert

Sarah Ann Scott

(17 April 1857 - 8 January 1928)
     Sarah Ann Scott was born on 17 April 1857 in Bendigo, Victoria.
     Sarah Ann Scott married William Bland, son of Abraham Bland and Harriet Bullett, on 25 October 1877 in Yarram, Victoria. MARRIAGE. BLAND - SCOTT. - On the 25th October, at Trinity Church, Yarram Yarram, by the Rev. Clark Rose, William, eldest son of A. Bland, Esq., to Sarah Anne eldest daughter of William Scott, Esq., both of Yarram.
     Sarah was registered as Sarah Ann Bland, home duties at Yarram, on the 1908 electoral roll.
     Sarah died on 8 January 1928 in Yarram, aged 70. She was buried on 10 January 1928 in the Methodist section of the Albert cemetery with her husband.

Children of Sarah Ann Scott and William Bland

Sarah E Scott

(1 December 1913 - )
     Sarah E Scott was commonly known as Sally. She was born on 1 December 1913 in Trenton, New Jersey, USA.
     Sarah E Scott married George Irvine Trull, son of Rev George Harvey Trull and Donna Adele Irvine, on 22 July 1938 in Westminster Presbyterian Church, Elizabeth, New Jersey. Miss Sarah E. Scott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Scott, was married to George Irvin Trull, son of the Rev. and Mrs. George Harvey Trull, also of this city, in the Westminster Presbyterian Church here tonight..

Sterndale Benedict Scott

(December 1877 - )
     Sterndale Benedict Scott's birth was registered in the quarter ending in December 1877 in Leicester, Leicestershire. He was the son of Thomas Hardyman Scott and Betsey Marshall Bowker. Alithea and Sterndale were listed as the children of Thomas Hardyman Scott in the 1891 census in 33 Skirbeck Rd, Boston, Lincolnshire.
     Angela Bramham wrote; Sterndale married Annie Phoebe Gray in Henley, Bucks in 1906. In the 1911 census they were in Colchester and had 2 daughters, Annie Althea b 1907 in Henley and Jenny Catherine? born about 1907 in Edmonton?, Essex. (the latter needs double checking in the BMD). Unfortunately I don't seem to have made a note of his occupation. His sister Althea married Isaac de Ville, 1908 in Lichfield. Staffs. In 1911 they were living in Ashby de la Zouch, Leics.

Susan Scott

(circa 1809 - )
     Susan Scott was born circa 1809 in Felsham or Rattlesden, Suffolk.
     Susan Scott married James Cocksedge, son of James Cocksedge and Rebecca Crick, on 26 November 1830 in Cockfield, Suffolk. This may be the marriage at Thurston in 1825 of James Cocksedge of Culford to Susan Jacob but it seems more likely to be the Hessett couple.
     Susan Scott and James Cocksedge were recorded on the 1851 census in Great Green, Cockfield, Suffolk. James Cocksedge, 41, ag. lab., born Cockfield, his wife Susan, 42, born Felsham, and children George 20, ag. lab., Emma 18, Thos 15, ag. lab., James 13, Harriet 11, scholar, Reuben 8, Robert 3, Hannah 3 months, all born at Cockfield.
     Susan Scott and James Cocksedge appeared on the 1861 census in Cockfield. James 51, ag. labourer, born Cockfield; his wife Susan 52, born Rattlesden; son James 23 & Rosita [Robert/Hannah??] son!, 12, William 10, all born Cockfield. Susan Scott was listed as Dannah Crick's mother in the 1871 census in Cockfield. Dannah Crick, 35, ag. lab. with his wife Emma aged 36, both born at Cockfield; mother Susan Cocksedge, widow, born Rattlesden, and son William Cocksedge, aged 20, born Cockfield.
     Susan Scott appeared on the 1881 census in Great Green, Cockfield. Susan Cocksedge, widow, aged 72, pauper, born Rattlesden.

Children of Susan Scott and James Cocksedge

Thomas Scott

     Thomas Scott married Maria Handy, daughter of Stray Handy, on 22 May 1860 in Castlereagh, Knockbreda, Down, Ireland.

Thomas Hardyman Scott

(before 30 March 1849 - before 30 June 1891)
     Thomas Hardyman Scott was born before 30 March 1849 in Long Sutton, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Hardyman Scott and Jane Samson who came from Wiggenhall Norfolk, although the family lived mostly in Long Sutton, Lincs
Thomas was born the son of Hardyman Scott b 27/8/1817 and Jane Samson b 1815, originally from Saddlebow Norfolk and Wiggenhall St Peters respectively. Thomas was a music professor as were many in the Scott and related Cox family (piano and organ)..
     Thomas Hardyman Scott married Betsey Marshall Bowker, daughter of Dr Robert Stanser Bowker and Betsey Marshall, on 25 February 1875 in Eastwood, Nottinghamshire. They were of Eastwood at the marriage.
     Thomas Hardyman Scott and Betsey Marshall Bowker appeared on the 1881 census in 33 Skirbeck Road, Boston, Lincolnshire. Thomas H. Scott, m, 31, born Long Sutton, Lincoln, Head, occ: Professor of Music; Betsey M Scott, married, 27, born Bulwell, Nottingham, Wife. Occ: Professor Of Music (Wife); Alithea E.S. Scott, 2, daughter, born Knighton, Leicester; Frank Greensmith, 14, born Nottingham, Nottingham, Genl Domestic Servant.
     Thomas Hardyman Scott and Betsey Marshall Bowker appeared on the 1891 census in 33 Skirbeck Rd, Boston, Lincolnshire. Thomas Handyman Scott, head, 41, professor of music, born Long Sutton, Lincs; his wife Betsy M, aged 37 born Bulwell, Ntt; and children Stendale B, 11, born Leicester, Leicestershire & Alithea E S aged 10 born Knighton?, Leicestershire and a servant Alice Green.
     Thomas died before 30 June 1891 in Boston, Lincolnshire.

Children of Thomas Hardyman Scott and Betsey Marshall Bowker

Floyd Alexander Scovell

(17 March 1901 - )
     Floyd Alexander Scovell was born on 17 March 1901 in Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada. He was the son of Holland Rockwell Scovell and Polly Ann Ruby. Floyd Alexander Scovell was listed on the 1911 census with Holland Rockwell Scovell and Polly Ann Ruby in June 1911 in Kimberley Ave, Bracebridge, Muskoka district, Ontario; Holland R Scovell, head, born May 1868, aged 43, Irish, Canadian, Methodist; Inspector - Public Schools; Polly A, wife, born April 1870, England, arrived 1872, English, Canadian, Methodist; children Floyd A, son 3, born March 1901, Leda May W born Dec 1904 aged 6, M Esmond L born Mar 1911, 8 months?; Mary mother, born ... 1845, aged 66, Irish, Canadian. Floyd Alexander Scovell was the informant at the death of Holland Rockwell Scovell, on 27 August 1923.

Holland Rockwell Scovell

(May 1868 - 27 August 1923)
     Holland Rockwell Scovell was also known as Holly in records. He was born in May 1868 in Canada.
     Holland Rockwell Scovell married Polly Ann Ruby, daughter of Henry Sarjent Ruby and Sarah Ann Walling, on 19 April 1897 in Midland, Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada. Holland was a school teacher in 1904, Simcoe County.
     Holland Rockwell Scovell and Polly Ann Ruby were listed in the 1911 census in Kimberley Ave, Bracebridge, Muskoka district, Ontario. Holland R Scovell, head, born May 1868, aged 43, Irish, Canadian, Methodist; Inspector - Public Schools; Polly A, wife, born April 1870, England, arrived 1872, English, Canadian, Methodist; children Floyd A, son 3, born March 1901, Leda May W born Dec 1904 aged 6, M Esmond L born Mar 1911, 8 months?; Mary mother, born ... 1845, aged 66, Irish, Canadian.
     Holland died on 27 August 1923 in Bracebridge, Muskoka District, Ontario, Canada, aged 55.

Children of Holland Rockwell Scovell and Polly Ann Ruby

Leda Mary Walling Scovell

(29 December 1904 - )
     Leda Mary Walling Scovell was born on 29 December 1904 in Simcoe County, Ontario. She was the daughter of Holland Rockwell Scovell and Polly Ann Ruby. Leda Mary Walling Scovell was listed on the 1911 census with Holland Rockwell Scovell and Polly Ann Ruby in June 1911 in Kimberley Ave, Bracebridge, Muskoka district, Ontario; Holland R Scovell, head, born May 1868, aged 43, Irish, Canadian, Methodist; Inspector - Public Schools; Polly A, wife, born April 1870, England, arrived 1872, English, Canadian, Methodist; children Floyd A, son 3, born March 1901, Leda May W born Dec 1904 aged 6, M Esmond L born Mar 1911, 8 months?; Mary mother, born ... 1845, aged 66, Irish, Canadian.

Mervyn Esmond Llewellyn Scovell

(23 March 1911 - 19 February 1945)
     Mervyn Esmond Llewellyn Scovell was born on 23 March 1911 in Bracebridge, Muskoka district, Ontario. He was the son of Holland Rockwell Scovell and Polly Ann Ruby. Mervyn Esmond Llewellyn Scovell was listed on the 1911 census with Holland Rockwell Scovell and Polly Ann Ruby in June 1911 in Kimberley Ave, Bracebridge, Muskoka district, Ontario; Holland R Scovell, head, born May 1868, aged 43, Irish, Canadian, Methodist; Inspector - Public Schools; Polly A, wife, born April 1870, England, arrived 1872, English, Canadian, Methodist; children Floyd A, son 3, born March 1901, Leda May W born Dec 1904 aged 6, M Esmond L born Mar 1911, 8 months?; Mary mother, born ... 1845, aged 66, Irish, Canadian.
     Mervyn died killed in a flying accident on 19 February 1945 in England aged 33. He was a navigaor in the RCAF.

Edward Scrimshaw

(circa 1780 - )
     Edward Scrimshaw was born circa 1780.
     Edward Scrimshaw married Mary Unknown (Bowker) in July 1804 in Leverington, Cambridgeshire. Their marriage licence dated 9 July described them as Edward Scrimshaw, & Mary Bowker, widow, Walsoken, Norfolk.

Agnes le Scrope

(before 1495 - )
     Agnes le Scrope was also known as Ann in records. She was born before 1495 in Bolton, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Sir Henry Scrope, Kt 6th Lord Scope of Bolton. She was the daughter of Henry le Scrope 6th Lord Scrope of Bolton and Lady Elizabeth Percy.
     A marriage settlement between Agnes le Scrope and Thomas Ryther was made on 2 April 1510 in Yorkshire.
     Agnes le Scrope was mentioned in the will of Thomas Ryther dated 1 July 1527.

Child of Agnes le Scrope and Thomas Ryther

Elizabeth le Scrope

     Elizabeth le Scrope married Thomas Clarell, son of Thomas Clarell Esquire and Maud Montgomery, between 1407 and 1408. They had 3 daughters, the eldest Eizabeth (d. 12 May 1503) became sole heiress to the Clarell estates and married Sir Richard Fitzwilliam (d. 22 Sep 1479).
     Grant. 1) Thos. Clarell.
2) Thos. Clarell his son, and wife Eliz.
(1) to (2) £20 as above; if T.C. jun. die under 14 before consummation, Eliz. to marry his bro. John.
Witn.: Hen. Vavasour and John Everyngham, kts.
At S. Milford, 9 Hen. IV.
Armorial seal.
     Elizabeth le Scrope married John Pilkington as her second husband, before 1455. Douglas richardson wrote: Elizabeth Scrope actually survived her husband, Thomas Clarell, Esq., and married (2nd) John Pillyngton. She was living 18 July 1455, as indicated in the document below from the helpful online A2A catalogue. "Matilda, late wife of Thomas Clarell," also named in the document below was Elizabeth Scrope's widowed mother-in-law, Maud (Montgomery) Clarell..

Geoffrey le Scrope (Lord of Masham)

(circa 1273 - December 1340)
     Geoffrey le Scrope (Lord of Masham) married Ivette de Ros, daughter of Sir William de Ros (of Ingmanthorpe) and Eustace Fitzralph. Geoffrey le Scrope (Lord of Masham) was born circa 1273. He was buried in December 1340 in Coverham Abbey, Yorkshire.
     Geoffrey died in December 1340.

Child of Geoffrey le Scrope (Lord of Masham) and Ivette de Ros

Baron Henry le Scrope

(29 September 1312 - 31 July 1391)
     Baron Henry le Scrope was born on 29 September 1312. He was the son of Geoffrey le Scrope (Lord of Masham) and Ivette de Ros.
     Henry was father of Richard le Scrope, 1st Baron Scrope of Bolton (c. 1327-1403), chancellor of England, an active adherent of John of Gaunt. He was a knight of the shire of Yorkshire in the parliament of 1364, and was summoned to the upper house as a baron by writ in 1371, when he was made treasurer and keeper of the great seal. In 1378 Lord Scrope became chancellor, a role in which he attempted to curb the extravagance of King Richard II, an offence for which he was deprived of office in 1382. Scrope engaged in several disputes with regard to his armorial bearings, the most celebrated of which was with Sir Richard Grosvenor as to his right to the shield blazoned "Azure, a bend Or," which a court of chivalry decided in his favor after a controversy extending over four years. Both as a soldier and a statesman Lord Scrope was highly regarded.
     Henry died on 31 July 1391 in Ghent, Belgium, aged 78.

Henry le Scrope 6th Lord Scrope of Bolton

     Henry le Scrope 6th Lord Scrope of Bolton was born in England. He was the son of John, 5th Lord Scrope and his first wife Joan FitzHugh. The family held Bolton Castle.
     Henry le Scrope 6th Lord Scrope of Bolton married Lady Elizabeth Percy. He married, 1stly (before 20 April 1494), Alice (aged 12 and more 23 April 1493), suo jure Baroness Scrope (of Masham), only daughter and heir of Thomas (le Scrope), 6th Lord Scrope (of Masham), by Elizabeth, daughter and coheir of John (Neville), Marquess of Montagu. She died s.p.m. about 1510.
He married, 2ndly, Mabel, daughter of Thomas (Dacre), 2nd Lord Dacre (of Gilsland), by Elizabeth, according to modern doctrine suo jure Baroness Greystoke, daughter and sole heir of Sir Robert Greystoke.".

Children of Henry le Scrope 6th Lord Scrope of Bolton and Lady Elizabeth Percy

Isabella Le Scrope

(24 August 1337 - )
     Isabella Le Scrope was born on 24 August 1337. She was the daughter of Henry Le Scrope, LOrd Scrope of Masham by his wife Joan.
     Isabella Le Scrope married Robert Plumpton, son of Sir William Plumpton and Christiana Mowbray.

Child of Isabella Le Scrope and Robert Plumpton

Margaret le Scrope

     Margaret le Scrope married Henry Scrope 7th Lord Scrope of Bolton, son of Henry le Scrope 6th Lord Scrope of Bolton and Lady Elizabeth Percy. Margaret le Scrope was also known as Alice in records.

Ann Scrope

     Ann Scrope was the daughter of Henry Scrope 7th Lord Scrope of Bolton and Mabel Dacre.
     Ann Scrope married John Vavasour, son of Henry Vavasour and Catherine Everingham.

Child of Ann Scrope and John Vavasour

Elizabeth Scrope

     Elizabeth Scrope was the daughter of Henry le Scrope 6th Lord Scrope of Bolton and Lady Elizabeth Percy.
     Elizabeth Scrope married Sir Bryan Stapleton. They had issue Wiilliam & Richard.

Henry Scrope 7th Lord Scrope of Bolton

(circa 1480 - December 1533)
     Henry Scrope 7th Lord Scrope of Bolton married Margaret le Scrope.
     Henry Scrope 7th Lord Scrope of Bolton married Mabel Dacre. There is confusion between father and son: "He married, 1stly (before 20 April 1494), Alice (aged 12 and more 23 April 1493), suo jure Baroness Scrope (of Masham), only daughter and heir of Thomas (le Scrope), 6th Lord Scrope (of Masham), by Elizabeth, daughter and coheir of John (Neville), Marquess of Montagu. She died s.p.m. about 1510.
He married, 2ndly, Mabel, daughter of Thomas (Dacre), 2nd Lord Dacre (of Gilsland), by Elizabeth, according to modern doctrine suo jure Baroness Greystoke, daughter and sole heir of Sir Robert Greystoke.". Henry Scrope 7th Lord Scrope of Bolton was born circa 1480. He was the son of Henry le Scrope 6th Lord Scrope of Bolton and Lady Elizabeth Percy.
     Henry died in December 1533.

Children of Henry Scrope 7th Lord Scrope of Bolton and Mabel Dacre

Joan Scrope (Lady Lumley)

     Joan Scrope (Lady Lumley) was the daughter of Henry le Scrope 6th Lord Scrope of Bolton and Lady Elizabeth Percy. Joan Scrope (Lady Lumley) was also known as Lumley in records.
     Joan Scrope (Lady Lumley) married John Lumley.

John Scrope 8th Lord Scrope of Bolton

( - 22 June 1549)
     John Scrope 8th Lord Scrope of Bolton was the son of Henry Scrope 7th Lord Scrope of Bolton and Mabel Dacre. John Scrope 8th Lord Scrope of Bolton was also known as Henry in records.
     John Scrope 8th Lord Scrope of Bolton married Catherine Clifford circa 1530.
     John died on 22 June 1549.

Margaret Scrope

(say 1480 - before 21 July 1542)
     Margaret Scrope was born say 1480.
     Margaret Scrope married Nicholas Ryther, son of Sir William Ryther and Eleanor Fitzwilliam.
     Margaret Rither, late the wife of Nicholas Rither, and John Rither her son. v. Raffe Rither, knight, brother of the said Nicholas.: Detention of deeds relating to lands in York, Cawode, Huby, Fenton, and Kesewyk.: York. 1504-1515.
     Margaret Scrope made a will dated 22 March 1539/40. Margarett Ryther, wydow. To the high altar of Heddyngham Castell churche for dirige and masse for my husbande sowle, my sowle and all Christian sowles 20 sh. To the high altar of the churche of Elres Colne 3/4 of St Giles church in Mapulsted 3/4. Within a year mass to sung withing the parish church of Wakefield for my soul, my father & mother sowles 20 sh. To my lady Dame Marie Kingston my gold ring...
To my son John Ryther my marrying ringe, my bowle of sylver, my 2 goblettes of sylver with 1 cover and one sovereign of gold & 6 spones of sylver slipped.
To John Ryther his son my ring with a ruby, 6 spownes of silver with knoppes of theende & 1 ryall. To his daughter Elizabeth Ryther my payre of beades of sylver gawdyd with gole, 6 new spones, one ryall of golde & my two saltes of sylver & gilt with one cover. ...
To my son all my goodes not bequeathed.
To my god-daughter Mary Ryther my ring of gold with a bocke tubbey, one of my fetherbeddes with a bolster, one longe pillow of downe, one payre of fustians, my counterpoynt of veders with roses, one payre of shetes, this given after the writing of my will by reason of marriage hadde betwixte my sayd sonne & daughter.

     Margaret died before 21 July 1542.
     Her will was proved on 21 July 1542 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Child of Margaret Scrope and Nicholas Ryther