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Scotts and Crawfords migrating from South Carolina to Panola County Texas early 1800's

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Scotts and Crawfords migrating from South Carolina to Panola County Texas early 1800's

Posted: 29 Apr 2006 8:36PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Scott, Crawford
My goal is to find Scott history. If you know of any of the following people, please contact me. Thanks!
Ronda whizinc @ comcast.net

The following Scotts moved to Panola County Texas:
James Scott b 1791 SC, d abt 1859 Texas His daughter Sarah Ann Scott Crawford was born about 1814 in South Carolina, and died unknown in Panola County Texas. I don't have any information on his other children Samuel, Martha, Patrick Milton, Thomas, and Ruth Scott.
Sarah Ann and her husband Vincent Crawford had 9 children: Mary, b abt 1837, Jeremiah b abt 1838, Roxanne b Nov 7, 1842, Thomas b abt 1845, Isabella b abt 1848, Dolly b abt 1849, Nancy b abt 1854, Vinson b abt 1858; most born in Pike County Georgia.
At least three: Jeremiah d bet 1860 and 1868, Roxanne Crawford Stanton d May 6, 1882, and Dolly Crawford Coats d bef 1870, died in Panola County Texas.

James' sister Dollie M Scott b Dec 10, 1816 in South Carolina married James Addison Crawford in 1830 in Pike County Georgia. Dollie died August 1877 in Sugar Hill, Panola, Texas. Her husband James died April 22, 1875 also in Sugar Hill, Panola, Texas.
James and Dollie's 8 children were Martha, Samuel, Ann, Ellsberry, Edmund, Hannah, and James Addison Jr. James Jr died July 24, 1935 in Beckville, Panola, Texas.
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