Biography of James B. Scott
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JAMES B. SCOTT, son of Thomas and Mary (Hannah) Scott, was born February 9, 1827. His parents were natives of Pennsylvania and Maryland respectively, and settled in this county in 1835. Their children were ten in number, James B. having been born in Wayne County, Ohio. The father died in April, 1851, the mother in the same month, 1852. James B. remained with his parents till January 27, 1847, at which date he was married to Mary J. Armstrong, native of Ireland, daughter of David and Sarah Armstrong. Their children are Olive J., Celinda F., David T., Orville M., Clarinda R., Robinson A., Clara B., Rosa A., John B. and Sarah E. The deceased are Clarinda R. and Robinson A. Mr. Scott resided in Jackson Township till the death of his wifeApril 21, 1878; soon after he removed to Salem, where he was married, January 14, 1882, to Miss Lucy A. McCrary, widow of John McCrarv, who died February 21, 1880. She was a resident of this township, native of Ohio, and daughter of Ursin and Sarah (Kentfield) Godman. Her first husband lived and died in Hardin County, and by him she had one child, Anetta M., now four years of age. Mr. Scott owns fourteen and a half acres of land and some town property in Lovell, where he now resides. He has served in several township offices; a Prohibitionist in politics. He and his wife are members of the Methodist Episcopal Church at Lovell.

From:
The History of Wyandot County, Ohio
Liggett, Canaway & Co.,
Chicago 1884


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