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Henry Irving Baker Jr.

1Dexter, Mary L., The Search for the Descendants of Samuel and Permilia Scott, Glen Haven Historical Society, 1977-8.
More info & transcripts from this source at: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mabgenealogy/samuelscott.html
Most of the individuals listed in the book are very distant cousins of mine and I regret that I rarely have additional information on their families.

2copy of Kimlin/Baker Family Bible records.

3copy of Kimlin/Baker Family Bible records.

4copy of Kimlin/Baker Family Bible records.

5copy of Kimlin/Baker Family Bible records.

6Henry Irving Baker Jr. Death Certificate, City of Poughkeepsie.

7Henry Irving Baker Jr. Death Certificate, City of Poughkeepsie.

8copy of Kimlin/Baker Family Bible records.


Ruth Abercrombie

11920 US Census, Lawrence City, Essex Co, MA, Supervisor's District 5, Enumeration District 127, Sheet 1A.

2Dexter, Mary L., The Search for the Descendants of Samuel and Permilia Scott, Glen Haven Historical Society, 1977-8.
More info & transcripts from this source at: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mabgenealogy/samuelscott.html
Most of the individuals listed in the book are very distant cousins of mine and I regret that I rarely have additional information on their families.

3copy of Kimlin/Baker Family Bible records.

4copy of Kimlin/Baker Family Bible records.

51920 US Census, Lawrence City, Essex Co, MA.

6copy of Kimlin/Baker Family Bible records.

7copy of Kimlin/Baker Family Bible records.


Edward Theodore Kornhauser

1Aber Quarterly, Vol IV, No 2, Autumn, 1974, The Aber Family Association, 1216 Lillie Circle, Salt Lake City, Utah 84121.

2Letter from Katherine Kornhauser Kamin to Anne Kornhauser Baker, 1999.

3The Courier Journal, Louisville, Kentucky; March 24, 1966.

4Personal Communication, Marc Marshall. Nov 28, 2005. marc.marshall@laposte.net.

5Aber Quarterly, Vol IV, No 2, Autumn, 1974.

6Dexter, Mary L., The Search for the Descendants of Samuel and Permilia Scott, Glen Haven Historical Society, 1977-8.
More info & transcripts from this source at: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mabgenealogy/samuelscott.html
Most of the individuals listed in the book are very distant cousins of mine and I regret that I rarely have additional information on their families.


Mary Patricia Hill

1Aber Quarterly, Vol IV, No 2, Autumn, 1974, The Aber Family Association, 1216 Lillie Circle, Salt Lake City, Utah 84121.

2Dexter, Mary L., The Search for the Descendants of Samuel and Permilia Scott, Glen Haven Historical Society, 1977-8.
More info & transcripts from this source at: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mabgenealogy/samuelscott.html
Most of the individuals listed in the book are very distant cousins of mine and I regret that I rarely have additional information on their families.

3Personal Communication, Marc Marshall. Nov 28, 2005. marc.marshall@laposte.net.

4Aber Quarterly, Vol IV, No 2, Autumn, 1974.

5Dexter, Mary L., The Search for the Descendants of Samuel and Permilia Scott.

6Aber Quarterly, Vol IV, No 2, Autumn, 1974.

7Dexter, Mary L., The Search for the Descendants of Samuel and Permilia Scott.


Warren Francis Hill

1Aber Quarterly, Vol IV, No 2, Autumn, 1974, The Aber Family Association, 1216 Lillie Circle, Salt Lake City, Utah 84121.

2Dexter, Mary L., The Search for the Descendants of Samuel and Permilia Scott, Glen Haven Historical Society, 1977-8.
More info & transcripts from this source at: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mabgenealogy/samuelscott.html
Most of the individuals listed in the book are very distant cousins of mine and I regret that I rarely have additional information on their families.

3Honourable Discharge from the United States Army.
"Honourable Discharge from the United States Army
To All Whom It May Concern:
This is to certify, That Warren F. Hill 166616 Prt. Co. A 16th Engr's
The United States Army, as a Testimonial of Honest and Faithful Service is hereby Honorably Discharged from the military service of the United States by reason of Circular 106 W.D. Dec 3 - 1918
Said Warren F. Hill was born in Chicago, in the State of Illinois
When enlisted he was 28 10/12 years of age and by occupation a Clerk
He had Blue eyes, Dark hair, Medium complexion, and was 5 feet 4 1/2 inches in height.
Given under my hand at Camp Custer Mich this 8 day of May, one thousand nine hundred and Nineteen
T.H. Birmingham
Major Engr's
Commanding

(on back)
Enlistment Record
Name: Warren F. Hill Grade: Private
Enlisted: May 29, 1917 at Detroit, Mich
Serving in First enlistment period at date of discharge.
Prior service: None
Noncommissioned officer: Never
Marksmanship, gunner qualification or rating: None
Horsemanship: Not Mounted
Battles, engagements, skirmishes, expeditions: Lys defensive (Army Troops) 9 Apr - 27 Apr - 1918. Meuse Argonne offensive (Army Troops) 25 Sept 11 Nov 1918
Knowledge of any vocation: Salesman
Wounds received in service:
Physical condition when discharged: Good
Typhoid prophylaxis completed: July 12 - 1917
Paratyphoid prophylaxis completed: July 7 - 1917
Married or single: Married Character: Excellent
Remarks: No AWOL or Absence under GO 45 WD 1914 AEF England and France Aug 1 - 1917 to Apr 22 - 1919. Entitled travel pay to Chicago.
Signature of soldier: Warren F. Hill
Camp Custer, Battle Creek, Mich
May 8- 1919
Paid in full: $80.65
Including Gov, Bonus of $60.00
By Capt. F.A. Tall madge, F.A.U.S.A.
Disbursing Officer
Transportation issued
John Ingold
1st Lt. Engr's
Commanding Co A 16th Engrs
Certified for Michigan Bonuss
Josser [?] 6 1921
Albert C. Goldberg
Notary Public

[stamped on back]
I certify that a silver (Bronze) Victory button has been issued to this soldier.
J.R. Devall
Major, Infantry, R.O.".

41900 Census, Chicago, Cook County, IL, ED 592, Sheet 4A.

5Dexter, Mary L., The Search for the Descendants of Samuel and Permilia Scott.

6Copy of Death Certificate for Warren F. Hill; Illinois Department of Public Health; Broadview, Cook County.

71900 Census, Chicago, Cook County, IL, ED 592, Sheet 4A.

8Dexter, Mary L., The Search for the Descendants of Samuel and Permilia Scott.

9Deaths 1871-1933 Chicago, H Volume 13, FHL 1295947.
"Warren F. Hill, Broadview, IL d. 3/13/1928, register 791 20.".

10Copy of Death Certificate for Warren F. Hill; Illinois Department of Public Health; Broadview, Cook County.

11Calvary Cemetery, Evanston, Illinois Records; North 1/2 Lot 17, Block 7, Section Y.

12Aber Quarterly, Vol IV, No 2, Autumn, 1974.

13Dexter, Mary L., The Search for the Descendants of Samuel and Permilia Scott.

14Certified Record of Marriage, No. 150,647, Wayne Co, MI.
"
recorded in Liber 30 of Marriages, on page 170

Certified Record of Marriage
State of Michigan, County of Wayne
No. 150, 647
1. Full name of bridegroom Warren F. Hill
2. Number of times previously married None
3. Residence at time of marriage Chicago, Illinois
4. Age 29 Color White 5. Birthplace Illinois
6. Occupation Clerk
7. Father's name Peter
8. Mother's maiden name Johanna
9. Full name of bride Mildred Scott
10. Number of times previously married None
Maiden name, if a widow
11. Residence at time of marriage Highland Park, Michigan
12. Age 20 Color white 13. Birthplace New York
14. Father's name ------ 15. Mother's maiden name --------

The parties above named were joined in MATRIMONY, at Highland Park, Mich., by me this 20th day of July, A.D. 1917.
in the presence of
William Connor of Highland Park, Michigan
Samuel C. Crow of Highland Park, Michigan
Signed John Marshall
Justice of the Peace.".

15notes of Mildred Scott Hill.


Mildred Scott

1notes of Mildred Scott Hill.

2Aber Quarterly, Vol IV, No 2, Autumn, 1974, The Aber Family Association, 1216 Lillie Circle, Salt Lake City, Utah 84121.

3Dexter, Mary L., The Search for the Descendants of Samuel and Permilia Scott, Glen Haven Historical Society, 1977-8.
More info & transcripts from this source at: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mabgenealogy/samuelscott.html
Most of the individuals listed in the book are very distant cousins of mine and I regret that I rarely have additional information on their families.

4Certification of Birth, Department of Health, State of New York.
"District No 5074 Registered 268
This is to certify that Mildred Scott sex Female was born on March 5th, 1896 in Troupsburg, County of Steuben and State of New York, as shown by the record of birth filed ------ , 1---- with the registrar of vital statistics of this registration district.
Witness my signature this 31st day of August, 1943
S.B. Holt
Registrar of Vital Statistics
Town of Troupsburg, New York.".

5notes of Mildred Scott Hill.

6Aber Quarterly, Vol IV, No 2, Autumn, 1974.

7Dexter, Mary L., The Search for the Descendants of Samuel and Permilia Scott.

8Sawyer, George, George Sawyer's Genealogy, http://www.geocities.com/gesawyer/.

9Hornell New York Evening Tribune obituary, Aug. 29,1980.
"Mildred Scott Hill
Greenwood- Mrs. Warren F. Hill, 84, of Washington, D.C. died Sunday (Aug. 24, 1980) at her home.
Born in the town of Greenwood where she lived the early part of her life, she had lived in Chicago, Ill., and Hackensack, N.J. before moving to Washington where she lived more than 40 years.
She was a purchasing agent for the U.S. government for over 20 years.
She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Patricia Kornhauser of Barrington, R.I.; one sister, Reba Scott of Hewlett; three grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, and several cousins.
A graveside service will be at 2 P.m. Thursday at the Greenwood Cemetery with the Rev. Carolos Mooney officiating. Local arrangements are by the H.P. Smith & Son Funeral Home in Canisteo.".

10Social Security Death Index.

11Hornell New York Evening Tribune obituary.

12Aber Quarterly, Vol IV, No 2, Autumn, 1974.

13Dexter, Mary L., The Search for the Descendants of Samuel and Permilia Scott.

14Certified Record of Marriage, No. 150,647, Wayne Co, MI.
"
recorded in Liber 30 of Marriages, on page 170

Certified Record of Marriage
State of Michigan, County of Wayne
No. 150, 647
1. Full name of bridegroom Warren F. Hill
2. Number of times previously married None
3. Residence at time of marriage Chicago, Illinois
4. Age 29 Color White 5. Birthplace Illinois
6. Occupation Clerk
7. Father's name Peter
8. Mother's maiden name Johanna
9. Full name of bride Mildred Scott
10. Number of times previously married None
Maiden name, if a widow
11. Residence at time of marriage Highland Park, Michigan
12. Age 20 Color white 13. Birthplace New York
14. Father's name ------ 15. Mother's maiden name --------

The parties above named were joined in MATRIMONY, at Highland Park, Mich., by me this 20th day of July, A.D. 1917.
in the presence of
William Connor of Highland Park, Michigan
Samuel C. Crow of Highland Park, Michigan
Signed John Marshall
Justice of the Peace.".

15notes of Mildred Scott Hill.


Edward Theodore Kornhauser

1Aber Quarterly, Vol IV, No 2, Autumn, 1974, The Aber Family Association, 1216 Lillie Circle, Salt Lake City, Utah 84121.

2Letter from Katherine Kornhauser Kamin to Anne Kornhauser Baker, 1999.

3The Courier Journal, Louisville, Kentucky; March 24, 1966.

4Personal Communication, Marc Marshall. Nov 28, 2005. marc.marshall@laposte.net.


Sidney Isaac Kornhauser

1Marshall, Anna, Diary of Anna Marshall, September, 1913-1914.
photocopies of Sidney I. Kornahauser and Anna Marshall's wedding banns, copied into Anna's diary.

2Dexter, Mary L., The Search for the Descendants of Samuel and Permilia Scott, Glen Haven Historical Society, 1977-8.
More info & transcripts from this source at: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mabgenealogy/samuelscott.html
Most of the individuals listed in the book are very distant cousins of mine and I regret that I rarely have additional information on their families.

3Letter from Katherine Kornhauser Kamin to Anne Kornhauser Baker, 1999.

4Notes from Kornhauser Family Reunion (2000).

5The Courier Journal, Louisville, Kentucky; March 24, 1966.

6Marshall, Anna Viola, Family Tree in Bible.

7Personal Communication, Marc Marshall. Nov 28, 2005. marc.marshall@laposte.net.

8Library of Congress, Library of Congress Subject Heading.

9Cattell, J.M., American men of science: a biographical directory 5th ed , Cattell, Jaques. - New York. - 1933.

10Carmin, I., Who's who in world Jewry: a biographical dictionary of outstanding Jews , Schneiderman, H.. - New York. - 1955
.

11Letter from Katherine Kornhauser Kamin to Anne Kornhauser Baker, 1999.

12Notes from Kornhauser Family Reunion (2000).

13Social Security Records.

141900 Census, 12th Ward Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio, ED 48, Page 8A.

15Birth Records, Cuyahoga County Archives, Ohio, 2905 Franklin Boulevard; Cleveland, Ohio 44113

16Notes from Kornhauser Family Reunion (2000).

17Kentucky Death Index 1911-Present.
"Kornhauser, Anna M. Volume 45, Certificate, 22426, Death Date 16 Sep 1978, Death place Jefferson, Age 91, Residence Jefferson

Kornhauser, Sidney I, Volume 2, Certificate 844, Death date 1 Jan 1959, Death place Jefferson, Age 71, Residence Jefferson.".
"Kornhauser, Anna M. Volume 45, Certificate, 22426, Death Date 16 Sep 1978, Death place Jefferson, Age 91, Residence Jefferson

Kornhauser, Sidney I, Volume 2, Certificate 844, Death date 1 Jan 1959, Death place Jefferson, Age 71, Residence Jefferson."

18Marshall, Anna, Diary of Anna Marshall.

19Notes from Kornhauser Family Reunion (2000).


Anna Viola Marshall

1Marshall, Anna, Diary of Anna Marshall, September, 1913-1914.
photocopies of Sidney I. Kornahauser and Anna Marshall's wedding banns, copied into Anna's diary.

2Dexter, Mary L., The Search for the Descendants of Samuel and Permilia Scott, Glen Haven Historical Society, 1977-8.
More info & transcripts from this source at: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mabgenealogy/samuelscott.html
Most of the individuals listed in the book are very distant cousins of mine and I regret that I rarely have additional information on their families.

3Notes from Kornhauser Family Reunion (2000).

4Letter from Katherine Kornhauser Kamin to Anne Kornhauser Baker, 1999.

5The Courier Journal, Louisville, Kentucky; March 24, 1966.

6Marshall, Anna Viola, Family Tree in Bible.

7Marshall, Anna, Diary of Anna Marshall.

8Notes from Kornhauser Family Reunion (2000).

9Social Security Records.

10The Courier Journal, Louisville, Kentucky; March 24, 1966.

111900 Census, PA, Allegheny, Versailles; ED 520, sheet 14; June 23, 1900.

12Personal Communication, Marc Marshall. Nov 28, 2005. marc.marshall@laposte.net.

13Notes from Kornhauser Family Reunion (2000).

14Social Security Records.

15Kentucky Death Index 1911-Present.
"Kornhauser, Anna M. Volume 45, Certificate, 22426, Death Date 16 Sep 1978, Death place Jefferson, Age 91, Residence Jefferson

Kornhauser, Sidney I, Volume 2, Certificate 844, Death date 1 Jan 1959, Death place Jefferson, Age 71, Residence Jefferson.".

16Marshall, Anna, Diary of Anna Marshall.

17Notes from Kornhauser Family Reunion (2000).


Yukako Fukui

1Personal Communication, Marc Marshall. Nov 28, 2005. marc.marshall@laposte.net.


Patricia Ann Reitz

1Aber Quarterly, Vol IV, No 2, Autumn, 1974, The Aber Family Association, 1216 Lillie Circle, Salt Lake City, Utah 84121.


William Alan Scott

1Hill, Mildred Scott., Application for Membership to the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Washington, DC, received and approved on March 26, 1926.

21870 US Census, Sempronius, Steuben Co, NY.

3Ancestral File of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

4Dexter, Mary L., The Search for the Descendants of Samuel and Permilia Scott, Glen Haven Historical Society, 1977-8.
More info & transcripts from this source at: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mabgenealogy/samuelscott.html
Most of the individuals listed in the book are very distant cousins of mine and I regret that I rarely have additional information on their families.

5Act of June 27, 1890, Declaration for Invalid Pension.
"State of New York
County of Steuben
On this 18th day of July, A.D. one thousand eight hundred and ninety personally appeared before me Wm J. Miller a US Pension Notary within and for the county and State aforesaid Jonathan Scott aged 58 years, a resident of Troupsburg county of Steuben State of New York, who, being duly sworn according to law, declares that he is the identical Jonathan Scott who was enrolled on the 30th day of December, 1863 in Company H 16th Regiment of New York Heavy Artillery as Private in the War of the Rebellion and served at least ninety days and was honorably discharged at Washington, D.C. on the 21st day of August, 1865 That he is partially unable to earn a support by reason of Rheumatism and General Disability. That said disabilities are not due to vicious habits, and are to the best of his knowledge and belief permanent that he has not applied for pension under application No ------ That he is not a pensioner under Certificate No. -------- That he makes this declarationfor the purpose of being placed on the pension roll of the United States under provisions of the Act of June 27, 1890.
He hereby appoints self his true and lawful attorney to prosecute his claim. That his post office address is Troupsburg Steuben, county of Steuben, State of New York.
Jonathan Scott

Attests: E.H. Austin
B. F. Ford

Also personally appeared Errven H. Austin residing at Troupsburg NY and Benjamin F. Ford, residing at Troupsburg, NY persons whom i certify to be respectable and entitled to credit and who, being by me duly sworn say they were persent and saw Jonathan Scott, the claimant, sign his name (or make his mark) to the foregoing declaration: that they have every reason to believe fromteh appearance of said claimant and their acquaintance with him for 5 and 6 years respectively, that he is the identical person he represents himself to be; and that they have no interest in the prosecution of this claim.
E.H. Austin, B.F. Ford

Ceritficate No: 797927
Name Jonathan Scott
Department of the Interior
Bureau of Pensions
Washington D.C., January 15, 1898
Sir:
In forwarding to the pension agent the executed voucher for your next quarterly payment please favor me by returning this circular to him with replies to the questions enumerated below.
Very respectfully,
H. Jay Evans
Commisioner of Pensions

First. Are you married? If so, please state your wife's full name and her maiden name.
Answer. Yes, Martha Scott, Martha McCray
Second. When, where and by whom were you married?
Answer. March 13, 1860, Oil Creek, Pa. S.S. Bates, J.P.
Third. What record of marriage exists?
Answer. Certificate, and Witness (A.J. McCray)
Fourth. Were you previously married? If so, please state teh name of your former wife and the state and place of her death or divorce.
Answer. No.
Fifth. Have you any children living? If so, please state their names and the dates of their birth.
Answer. Yes. William, Apr. 24, 1861. Dorr, June 27, 1866. Minnie Paul, Mar. 24, 1870. Ella Miller Aug. 6, 1871.
Jonathan Scott
Date of reply, June 13, 1898.".

6Sawyer, George, George Sawyer's Genealogy, http://www.geocities.com/gesawyer/.

7Hill, Mildred Scott., Application for Membership to the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Washington, DC.

81870 US Census, Sempronius, Steuben Co, NY.

9Aber Quarterly, Vol IV, No 2, Autumn, 1974, The Aber Family Association, 1216 Lillie Circle, Salt Lake City, Utah 84121.

10Dexter, Mary L., The Search for the Descendants of Samuel and Permilia Scott.

11Act of June 27, 1890, Declaration for Invalid Pension.

121880 US Census, Troupsburg, Steuben Co, New York.

13Aber Quarterly, Vol IV, No 2, Autumn, 1974.

14Dexter, Mary L., The Search for the Descendants of Samuel and Permilia Scott.

15Aber Quarterly, Vol IV, No 2, Autumn, 1974.

16Dexter, Mary L., The Search for the Descendants of Samuel and Permilia Scott.

17Rachel Aber, Plaisted Bible Records.

18Hill, Mildred Scott., Application for Membership to the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Washington, DC.


Rosette Plaisted

1Hill, Mildred Scott., Application for Membership to the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Washington, DC, received and approved on March 26, 1926.

2Aber Quarterly, Vol IV, No 1, Spring, 1974, The Aber Family Association, 1216 Lillie Circle, Salt Lake City, Utah 84121.

3Aber Quarterly, Vol IV, No 2, Autumn, 1974, The Aber Family Association, 1216 Lillie Circle, Salt Lake City, Utah 84121.

4Dexter, Mary L., The Search for the Descendants of Samuel and Permilia Scott, Glen Haven Historical Society, 1977-8.
More info & transcripts from this source at: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mabgenealogy/samuelscott.html
Most of the individuals listed in the book are very distant cousins of mine and I regret that I rarely have additional information on their families.

5Sawyer, George, George Sawyer's Genealogy, http://www.geocities.com/gesawyer/.

6Hill, Mildred Scott., Application for Membership to the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Washington, DC.

7Aber Quarterly, Vol IV, No 1, Spring, 1974.

8Aber Quarterly, Vol IV, No 2, Autumn, 1974.

9Dexter, Mary L., The Search for the Descendants of Samuel and Permilia Scott.

10Rachel Aber, Plaisted Bible Records.

11Hill, Mildred Scott., Application for Membership to the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Washington, DC.

12Aber Quarterly, Vol IV, No 2, Autumn, 1974.

13Dexter, Mary L., The Search for the Descendants of Samuel and Permilia Scott.

14Rachel Aber, Plaisted Bible Records.

15notes of Mildred Scott Hill.

16Aber Quarterly, Vol IV, No 2, Autumn, 1974.

17Dexter, Mary L., The Search for the Descendants of Samuel and Permilia Scott.

18Rachel Aber, Plaisted Bible Records.

19Hill, Mildred Scott., Application for Membership to the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Washington, DC.


Eva Lorena Scott

1notes of Mildred Scott Hill.

2Aber Quarterly, Vol IV, No 2, Autumn, 1974, The Aber Family Association, 1216 Lillie Circle, Salt Lake City, Utah 84121.

3Dexter, Mary L., The Search for the Descendants of Samuel and Permilia Scott, Glen Haven Historical Society, 1977-8.
More info & transcripts from this source at: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mabgenealogy/samuelscott.html
Most of the individuals listed in the book are very distant cousins of mine and I regret that I rarely have additional information on their families.

4The Record - obituary, 12 Apr 1968.
"Eva L. Scott, A Former Teacher
Hewlett, N.Y. - MIss Eva L. Scott, a former Hackensack High School French teacher for more than 25 years, dies recently in St. Petersburg, Florida while vacationing.
A long time resident of Hackensack, Miss Scott was living in Hewlett. She was graduated from Syracuse University and received a master's degree in French from Columbia University. She was born in Troupsburg, N.Y.
Surviving are three sisters, Mrs. Mable Loeven of Englewood Cliffs, Miss Reba Scott and Miss Mildred Hill; and a niece.
Funeral services were conducted Saturday, followed by burial in Greenwood, N.Y.".

5notes of Mildred Scott Hill.

6Aber Quarterly, Vol IV, No 2, Autumn, 1974.

7Dexter, Mary L., The Search for the Descendants of Samuel and Permilia Scott.

8The Record - obituary.

9Aber Quarterly, Vol IV, No 2, Autumn, 1974.

10Dexter, Mary L., The Search for the Descendants of Samuel and Permilia Scott.

11The Record - obituary.

12Social Security Death Index.

13The Record - obituary.


Mary Gertrude Scott

1notes of Mildred Scott Hill.

2Aber Quarterly, Vol IV, No 2, Autumn, 1974, The Aber Family Association, 1216 Lillie Circle, Salt Lake City, Utah 84121.

3Dexter, Mary L., The Search for the Descendants of Samuel and Permilia Scott, Glen Haven Historical Society, 1977-8.
More info & transcripts from this source at: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mabgenealogy/samuelscott.html
Most of the individuals listed in the book are very distant cousins of mine and I regret that I rarely have additional information on their families.

4Sawyer, George, George Sawyer's Genealogy, http://www.geocities.com/gesawyer/.

5notes of Mildred Scott Hill.

6Aber Quarterly, Vol IV, No 2, Autumn, 1974.

7Dexter, Mary L., The Search for the Descendants of Samuel and Permilia Scott.

8Sawyer, George, George Sawyer's Genealogy.

9Aber Quarterly, Vol IV, No 2, Autumn, 1974.

10Dexter, Mary L., The Search for the Descendants of Samuel and Permilia Scott.


Reba Rachel Scott

1notes of Mildred Scott Hill.

2Aber Quarterly, Vol IV, No 2, Autumn, 1974, The Aber Family Association, 1216 Lillie Circle, Salt Lake City, Utah 84121.

3Dexter, Mary L., The Search for the Descendants of Samuel and Permilia Scott, Glen Haven Historical Society, 1977-8.
More info & transcripts from this source at: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mabgenealogy/samuelscott.html
Most of the individuals listed in the book are very distant cousins of mine and I regret that I rarely have additional information on their families.

4Sawyer, George, George Sawyer's Genealogy, http://www.geocities.com/gesawyer/.

5notes of Mildred Scott Hill.

6Aber Quarterly, Vol IV, No 2, Autumn, 1974.

7Dexter, Mary L., The Search for the Descendants of Samuel and Permilia Scott.

8Sawyer, George, George Sawyer's Genealogy.

9Social Security Death Index.


Edward Harmon Plaisted

1Ancestral File of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

2Hill, Mildred Scott., Application for Membership to the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Washington, DC, received and approved on March 26, 1926.

3Aber Quarterly, Vol II, No 4, Autumn, 1972, The Aber Family Association, 1216 Lillie Circle, Salt Lake City, Utah 84121.

4Aber Quarterly, Vol III, No 1, Spring, 1973, The Aber Family Association, 1216 Lillie Circle, Salt Lake City, Utah 84121.

5Aber Quarterly, Vol IV, No 1, Spring, 1974, The Aber Family Association, 1216 Lillie Circle, Salt Lake City, Utah 84121.

6Dexter, Mary L., The Search for the Descendants of Samuel and Permilia Scott, Glen Haven Historical Society, 1977-8.
More info & transcripts from this source at: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mabgenealogy/samuelscott.html
Most of the individuals listed in the book are very distant cousins of mine and I regret that I rarely have additional information on their families.

7Hill, Mildred Scott., Application for Membership to the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Washington, DC.

8Aber Quarterly, Vol II, No 4, Autumn, 1972.

9Aber Quarterly, Vol IV, No 1, Spring, 1974.

10Hill, Mildred Scott., Application for Membership to the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Washington, DC.

11Aber Quarterly, Vol II, No 4, Autumn, 1972.

12Aber Quarterly, Vol IV, No 1, Spring, 1974.

13Ancestral File of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.


Rachel Aber

1Ancestral File of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

2Hill, Mildred Scott., Application for Membership to the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Washington, DC, received and approved on March 26, 1926.

3Aber Quarterly, Vol II, No 4, Autumn, 1972, The Aber Family Association, 1216 Lillie Circle, Salt Lake City, Utah 84121.

4Aber Quarterly, Vol III, No 1, Spring, 1973, The Aber Family Association, 1216 Lillie Circle, Salt Lake City, Utah 84121.

5Aber Quarterly, Vol IV, No 1, Spring, 1974, The Aber Family Association, 1216 Lillie Circle, Salt Lake City, Utah 84121.

6Dexter, Mary L., The Search for the Descendants of Samuel and Permilia Scott, Glen Haven Historical Society, 1977-8.
More info & transcripts from this source at: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mabgenealogy/samuelscott.html
Most of the individuals listed in the book are very distant cousins of mine and I regret that I rarely have additional information on their families.

7Ancestral File of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

8Hill, Mildred Scott., Application for Membership to the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Washington, DC.

9Aber Quarterly, Vol II, No 4, Autumn, 1972.

10Aber Quarterly, Vol IV, No 1, Spring, 1974.

11Ancestral File of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

12Hill, Mildred Scott., Application for Membership to the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Washington, DC.

13Aber Quarterly, Vol II, No 4, Autumn, 1972.

14Aber Quarterly, Vol IV, No 1, Spring, 1974.

15Ancestral File of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.


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2Rachel Aber, Plaisted Bible Records.

3Rachel Aber, Plaisted Bible Records.


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