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SCOUT, CRAVEN, SUTPHIN, VAN PELT, DUNGAN, LEWIS

SCOUT, CRAVEN, SUTPHIN, VAN PELT, DUNGAN, LEWIS

V.K. Jones (View posts)
Posted: 24 May 2002 9:52PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: SCOUT, CRAVEN, SUTPHIN, VAN PELT, DUNGAN, LEWIS
Hi: I am still looking to connect to others researching these Bucks County (mainly Warminster and Warwick) families from the 1700s. I would like to confer with or exchange research notes with those connecting any of the SCOUT lineages through the marriages to any of the other surnames above mentioned. The surname SCOUT appears to have been extruded from variations of SCHOUTEN, SCHOUTE and SCHOUT. I am hoping to have some help in identifying the Anthony SCOUT & Mary CRAVEN children and grandchildren, and their marriages. I would like to find those that are missing or incorrectly placed within the wrong generation! These lines are unclear and I would appreciate any help particularly to connect the Scout descendants that had migrated by 1810 into Northumberland County, PA. It would also be helpful if I could have some suggestions of sources/books of early Bucks County Church records of the Warminster & Warwick areas that I might be able to access for births and marriages.
Below is my working theory (full of holes, such as it is):
Descendants of Ary (Adrien) Scout (Schoute)

1-Adrien (Ary) Schoute b: Abt 1677, Staten Island, Richmond, New York, d: Settled In Warminster Twp., Bucks Co, PA
+Maria Van Pelt b: Oct 14, 1681, Baptised Reformed Protestant Dutch Church Of Flatbush, Kings Co, NY, m: Abt 1708, Staten Island, Richmond, New York, par: Anthony Teunisse Van Pelt and Magdelena Joosten

2-Anthony Scout b: Between 1710 and 1714, Staten Island, NY, d: Apr 10, 1789, Warminster Twp., Bucks Co., PA

+Mary Craven b: Between 1713 and 1716, Port Richmond, Staten Island, New York, d: Abt 1791, m: 1734, Johnsville, Warminster, Bucks Co., PA, par: Jacobus Craven and Antje Enyard

3-Anthony Scout Jr. b: Between 1734 and 1750, d: Mar 8, 1803, Warminster Twp., Bucks Co., PA

+Mary Dungan , m: Abt 1770, PA, par: Clement Dungan and Eleanor Craven

3-Andrew Scout b: 1735, Warminster, Bucks Co., Pennsylvania, d: Between 1762 and 1779

+Phoebe Van Kirk Carrell b: Aug 20, 1737, Northampton, Bucks Co., Pennsylvania, d: 1822, Juaniata, Pennsylvania, bur: Academia/Spruce, Juaniata, Pennsylvania, m: 1756, PA, par: James Carrell and Diana Van Kirk

4-Rachel Scout b: Abt 1757, PA

3-Adrian Scout b: Between 1735 and 1750

3-Elinor Scout b: Oct 27, 1736, Bensalem, Bucks Co., PA

+Abraham Sutphin b: Between 1735 and 1750, d: Jun 14, 1804, Warminster, Bucks Co, PA, m: Apr 21, 1762, PA

4-Mary Sutphin +John McDowell

4-Ann Sutphin +Jonathan Delaney

4-Elizabeth Sutphin Craven

3-Mary Scout b: Between 1735 and 1750

+James McDowell , m: Dec 23, 1773, Presby. Church Of Abington, PA

3-Thomas Scout b: Between 1735 and 1750

+Catharine Heaton b: Falls Twp, PA, m: Dec 5, 1819, Newtown, PA

4-Mary Scout b: Bef 1791

3-James "Cobe (Jacobus)" Scout b: Sep 13, 1738, d: 1829, Warminster, Bucks Co, PA, bur: Vansant Graveyard In Johnsville, Bucks Co., PA

+Frances Lewis d: After 1809, m: Jun 1, 1788, Marriage Record Of Neshaminy Presbyterian Church, Hartsville, Bucks County, PA, par: Zachariah Lewis and Sarah \\Lewis\\

3-William Scout Sr. b: Abt 1755, Warminster Twp., Bucks Co., PA, d: Apr 2, 1822, Liberty, Columbia Co., PA

+Elizabeth Dyer b: Northampton, Bucks Co., PA, d: After Aug 1822, Liberty, Columbia Co., PA

4-John Dyer Scout

+Eleanor McWilliams b: Feb 3, 1780, Chillisquaque, Northumberland, Pennsylvania, par: William McWilliams and Sarah Johnston

5-Mary Ellen Scout b: Feb 15, 1824, d: Jul 15, 1892

+Henry Repley b: Apr 7, 1820, d: Jan 16, 1882

6-Ursula Repley b: Sep 26, 1845, d: Nov 12, 1907

+David H. Snyder

6-John B. Repley

5-Kate Scout

+Tom Hoff

5-Elizabeth Scout


4-Mary Scout b: Abt 1790

+Mandis Titus

4-William Scout Jr. b: 1775-1885

5-John B. Scout b: Abt 1805, PA, d: Apr 15, 1891, Northumberland Co., PA, bur: River View Cemetery Northumberland Boro, Northumberland County, Pa

+Mariah Zerbe b: Abt 1806, PA, d: Feb 15, 1885, bur: Riverview Cemetery, Northumberland, PA (age 74)

6-John M. Scout b: Feb 9, 1838, Northumberland, PA, d: 1927, Curby, Crawford Co., IN, buried in El Bethel Cemetery

+Louisa H. Martin b: Jun 1847, PA, d: 1915, m: Oct 1, 1867

7-Mary Catharine Scout b: Jan 28, 1875, Pilot Knob, IN, d: 1955, Charleston, IL

7-Stella Scout b: Jan 1885, IN

7-Mame Scout b: Nov 1887, PA

6-Charles Waite Scout b: May 21, 1840, Harrisburg, PA, d: Mar 18, 1908, Harrisburg, Dauphin Co., PA, bur: Mar 22, 1908, East Harrisburg Cemetery, PA Sec. 27/Lot 60

+(1st wife)Alice Rebecca Raeder b: Abt 1860, d: Oct 8, 1887, Harrisburg, PA, bur: Oct 10, 1887, East Harrisburg Cemetery, Hbg, PA

7-Herman Mark Scout b: Dec 19, 1884, PA, d: Sep 25, 1923, Harrisburg, PA, bur: Sep 25, 1923, East Harrisburg Cemetery, Hbg., PA Sec 35 Lot 13 #38
+(2nd wife of 6-Charles) Eliza Jane Gallagher b: Dec 22, 1860, Dauphin Co., PA, d: Jan 12, 1917, Steelton/Highspire, PA, m: Bef 1898, Unknown, par: Edward Gallagher and Margaret Kennedy

7-Maine Sigsbee Scout Parks, b: Jan 19, 1898, PA, d: Aug 7, 1988, Harrisburg, PA, bur: St. John's Cem., Shiremanstown, PA

7-Naomi Marie Scout Steever, b: Nov 12, 1898, Dauphin Co., PA, d: Dec 20, 1958, Hialeah, FL

7-George Meade Scout b: Jul 5, 1902, Harrisburg, PA, d: Jun 21, 1970, Sacramento, CA, bur: Jun 26, 1970, Lakeside Memorial, Sacramento, CA

6-Franklin A. Scout b: Feb 1844, PA, d: Aug 19, 1919, bur: River View Cemetery, Northumberland, Northumberland Co., PA +Unknown

7-Infant Scout b: 1882, d: 1882, Sunbury, Northumberland Co., PA, bur: Riverview Cemetery

7-Infant 2 Scout b: 1888, d: 1888

7-Elmaker C. Scout b: Abt 1866, Northumberland Co., PA, d: Nov 26, 1900, Northumberland Co., PA, bur: River View Cemetery Northumberland, Northumberland County, Pa

7-Anna M. Scout b: Oct 1871, PA

4-Elizabeth Scout b: Oct 26, 1782, d: Oct 15, 1859, Montour County, Pennsylvania, bur: Derry Presbyterian Church, Montour, Pennsylvania

+James Pollock b: Jun 10, 1777, d: Dec 14, 1861, Montour County, Pennsylvania, bur: Derry Presbyterian Church, Montour, Pennsylvania, m: 1805

4-Anthony Scout 3rd b: Abt 1785, Lycoming, PA, d: Aug 2, 1826, Liberty Twp., Columbia Co., PA

+John Pollock b: 1760, Paxtang, Dauphin County, PA, d: 1822, Salem, Luzerne Co., PA, m: 1809

5-Mary Pollock b: Jan 1, 1814, Montour Co., PA

+Isaac Cortright b: Nov 11, 1808, PA, m: Mar 21, 1833

4-Charlotte Scout b: Abt 1790

4-Harriet Scout b: Jan 10, 1790, Moreland Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, d: Nov 28, 1832, Anthony Township, Montour County, Pennsylvania, bur: Derry Churchyard, Montour, Pennsylvania


+James McKee b: Oct 16, 1786, Chester County, Pennsylvania, d: Mar 31, 1863, Anthony Township, Montour County, Pennsylvania, bur: Derry Churchyard, Montour, Pennsylvania, m: Feb 16, 1809, Anthony Township, Montour County, PA

2-Adrean Scout b: Apr 17, 1720, Baptised Dutch Reformed Church, Port Richmond, Richmond, New York
+Mary Jerney , m: Sep 24, 1743, New Jersey

Thanks,
V.K. Jones
Annapolis, MD

Re: SCOUT, CRAVEN, SUTPHIN, VAN PELT, DUNGAN, LEWIS

Phyllis H. Van Zandt (View posts)
Posted: 7 Jun 2002 6:44PM GMT
Classification: Query
Perhaps I can give you a lead regarding CRAVEN.
1.) There is a CRAVEN historic house in Warminster, PA, on Street Road, with a large sign in front posting the finances needed for repairs.
2). I have purchased an extensive published genealogy which lists CRAVEN as part of the ancestry of the author.
If you wish I can e-mail him for permissin to forward his e-address to you.

Re: SCOUT, CRAVEN, SUTPHIN, VAN PELT, DUNGAN, LEWIS

Maureen Pilla (View posts)
Posted: 30 Jun 2002 10:23PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi!

I live in Warminster, Pa. There is a house around the corner from me called Craven Hall. Is there anything or anyone in particular that you are interested in? There is also an old cemetery which at one point in time probably was a part of the Craven Hall property most of the headstones are readable I believe. I can photograph the house for you and/or check headstones for you and photograph them also.

I also own cemetery books for Northumberland Co., Pa., Biographical Annals of Northumberland Co., Pa. and I have the census and indexes for Northumberland Co., Pa. and I'd be willing to help you locate people you are looking for.

I've been doing research for myself and enjoy helping others, I do not charge so if I can help you please let me know.

I live in Warminster and Warwick is the next township over.


Maureen Pilla

Re: SCOUT, CRAVEN, SUTPHIN, VAN PELT, DUNGAN, LEWIS

V.K. Jones (View posts)
Posted: 30 Jun 2002 11:59PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: SCOUT, CRAVEN, SUTPHIN, McDOWELL, LEWIS
Hi Maureen: Thank you for the reply. I believe that the cemetery would probably be the one referred to as the Craven graveyard. I wonder if there would still be a stone standing for James Scout PVT Warminster Co PA Militia Rev War 1739-1829. I would love to have a photo of it, if it is still there.
There might have been a very interesting epitaph on that stone. I would also like to know if Anthony Scout is buried there. Would you know if Craven Hall may have any extant list of those buried there?

The Scout family are my ancestors, maternal direct lines.

Let me see if I can explain why that area may be an important part of my ancestors' history. By Deed dated January 22, 1731/32, recorded in Deed Book 18, pg 555, William Atkinson of Upper Dublin twp., Philadelphia County (at that time) and Lora his wife conveyed to Anthony SCOUT, of Warminster, Bucks County, Yeoman a plantation of 170 acres in Warminster. It extended Southwesterly from the Street Road, a short distance southwest of the village of Johnsville. Another farm of about the same size lying on the northwest, between it and the village of Johnsville was owned by Jacobus Craven. He was Anthony Scout's father-in-law. Anthony was married to Mary Craven. On the Craven property and adjoining the Scout farm, there is an old graveyard known as the Craven Burying Ground where many generations of the Cravens, Scout's, McDowell's and Vansant's are buried.

I believe the Jacobus Craven property or a continuing adjacent piece of it came down through inheritance to the Craven descendants. (Giles Craven). When Anthony Scout died in 1789, the settling of his Estate included the selling off his farm. His daughter Elinor Scout was married to Abraham Sutphin. And, Abe Sutphin was the Executor of Anthony Scout's Estate. Through a straw deed, Giles Craven (Elinor's Craven Scout's brother) took 69+ acres which was then immediately reconveyed to Abe Sutphin who was the real purchaser but was not able to make the conveyance to himself as he was the Exeutor of the Estate. Anthony's son William Scout bought 50+ acres. His son Anthony, Jr. bought 34+ acres. The house and the lot were bought by son, Adrean Scout. In Anthony's Will, he bequeathed directly to his son James Scout one acre whereon James already had built a dwelling. And, it appears James purchased the remaining acreage.

Of the children of Anthony Scout and Mary Craven we have:
1. Andrew Scout married to Phoebe Van Kirk
2. Adriean Scout married to Sarah Gilbert
3. James Scout married to Frances (Fannie) Lewis - Kames was also known as Cobe Scout and had somewhat an legendary reputation in Revolutionary Era.
4. Elinor Scout married to Abe Sutphin
5. Mary Scout married to James McDowell
6. Thomas Scout married to Catharine Heaton
7. Anthony Scout, Jr. who it appears may not have married and his Will bequeathed his property and estate entirely to his sister Elinor Sutphin's daughters families, (John McDowell and Jonathan Delaney.)
8. William Scout, wife Mary ???
I am currently trying to sort out William Scout descendants. I believe he is the one we find in 1810 Chillisquaque Twp., Northumberland County and is the source of my direct Scout lineage. So if there is anything that you may run across about William Scout (1755-1822) that would be great. If William migrated to Northumberland and later to Columbia County (died Liberty Twp 1822), he would have probably sold his piece of the original Anthony Scout farm in Bucks County (likely to his brothers or brother-in-law.) William is the one I am focused on just now and am having trouble finding very much to follow on him.

Several of the Scout sons served in the Bucks Associators. William Scout was a Fugelman in Capt. Josiah Hart's Company.
Please feel free to email me directly. I appreciate any help that you are graciously willing to offer.
Thanks,
Best regards,
Virginia

Re: SCOUT, CRAVEN, SUTPHIN, VAN PELT, DUNGAN, LEWIS

Maureen Pilla (View posts)
Posted: 1 Jul 2002 2:16AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi Virginia:

I tried to send this message 4 times to your e-mail address and it kept coming back to me. I scanned the photos. Give me your e-mail at my e-mail.

I didn't want to say anything till I checked I have a photo of the graves of Abraham Sutphin and Cobe Scout which are attached and I've included a photo of the graveyard sign itself.

Do you have the deeds that you mentioned in your posting?

Name: Scout, William Year: 1820
County: COLUMBIA CO. State: PA
Page: 029 Location: LIBERTY

Name: Scout, William, Jr. Year: 1820
County: COLUMBIA CO. State: PA
Page: 029 Location: LIBERTY

This must be Jr.

Name: Scout, William Year: 1830
County: COLUMBIA CO. State: PA
Page: 080 Location: DERRY TWP

Name: Scout, William H. Year: 1840
County: COLUMBIA CO. State: PA
Page: 265 Location: MADISON TWP

Thought I would just send these too.

Do you want documentation of William Scout selling his property to
Anthony Scout?

Virginia where are you located?

I also have family in Dalmatia, Northumberland Co., Pa.

Maureen Pilla

Re: SCOUT, CRAVEN, SUTPHIN, VAN PELT, DUNGAN, LEWIS

Posted: 9 Aug 2002 1:52AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 19 Jul 2003 3:13PM GMT
Hi!
Just came across your messages. Found it interesting!
I'm doing research in Neshaminy Presbyterian Churchyard also. Have you found what you were looking for?
I'm rearching Sacwright Family. They settled in Warwick/Warrington area. Richboro and other close surrounding areas. I can't seem to get beyond 1807. Have you been inside the church? I found the old brownstone church there and took a pic. of it. However, in back of that church, is a new church. There is a genealogist that works there; but he is off on Mons. Would like to help if I can.
Good luck! Judy Miller

Re: SCOUT, CRAVEN, SUTPHIN, VAN PELT, DUNGAN, LEWIS

Posted: 9 Aug 2002 1:58AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 19 Jul 2003 3:13PM GMT
Hi!
Read your messages! Very interesting! I am doing research in Neshaminy Presbyterian Churchyard also. In fact; I was there a few months ago. Looking for Sacwright ancestors. It's not a common name and real hard to locate; but am making good progress.
Good luck in your search! Judy Miller

Re: SCOUT, CRAVEN, SUTPHIN, VAN PELT, DUNGAN, LEWIS

Virginia (View posts)
Posted: 9 Aug 2002 1:23PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: SCOUT, CRAVEN
Hi Judy: I have found bits and pieces of Neshaminy Presbyterian extant lists online but if you encounter anyone listed under the name SCOUT in your work I would like to hear from you.
I would like to learn what extant lists have been compiled for baptisms, if any, that occur there. Please feel free to email me directly.
Thanks,
Virginia

Re: SCOUT, CRAVEN, SUTPHIN, VAN PELT, DUNGAN, LEWIS

Posted: 9 Aug 2002 5:35PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 19 Jul 2003 3:13PM GMT
Surnames: scout
Hi Virginia,
Would be happy to help in any way. I did a printout of the names. Scout is the one in Neshaminy Churchyard, right?
Talk to you soon. Judy

Re: SCOUT, CRAVEN, SUTPHIN, VAN PELT, DUNGAN, LEWIS

Posted: 14 Oct 2003 10:05PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Craven/Mabery
I was wondering if you had run across a Sarah Craven that m. Charles Mabery?
They came to Ohio between 1860/70 fron Homesburg. Pa. It's said four children were born there, but I can only find 3 of them on the first census here in Oh. Gr-grandm Kate was there first born.
Is there some place I might look for this info? Can you direct me to anyone that might be able to help?
I would like to get the Craven line back beond Sarah. I have no idea of who her parents were, or Charles Mabery's either. According to the 1900 census, Sarah was b. Jul 1841.
Any way you can help me will be greatly apprecated.
Thank you for you'r time.
Lois
loiswallace@charter.net
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