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Selected Families and Individuals

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Charles Arthur McDowell

RESEARCHER-DESCENDANTS: Norma Jean Coon sent the following to T.Mason on 26 May 2004.

Obituary: Charles Arthur McDowell died Monday (May 15, 1967) at the home. Surviving are his wife, Louise, of the home, six sons, Melborne of Osage Beach, Malcolm, Junior and Delmar, all of Kaiser, Bernard of Lake Ozark and Gail of Sacramento, California; three daughters, Mrs. Beulah Bowlin of Sanger, California, Mrs. Louise Mawyer and Mrs. Vera Rainwater, both of Kaiser; three brothers, George of Sedalia, Frank of Ulman, and Clyde of Osage Beach, 32 grandchildren, and 15 great grandchildren.

1910 United States Federal Census, Missouri, Miller County, Osage Township, Linn Creek, E D 32, page 11, family/dwelling: 197/197, Charley Mc Dowell, head of household.

1920 United States Federal Census, Missouri, Camden County, Volume 19 ED 38, Sheet 10, line 60; family/dwelling: 186/187: Arthur McDowell, head (30), Lora, wife (21), Melbourne (6 years and 9 months), Bulah ( 4 years and 8 months), Malcom (2 years 7 months), Bernerd (nine months), Elisha Scott, brother-in-law (19), all in Missouri.

1930 United States Federal Census, Missouri, Camden County, Osage, T626_1180, page 7b, E D 9, family/dwelling: 152/158: C. Arthur McDowell, head of household, (39) married at age 23 , Lou, wife, (35), married at age 19), Milbern, son, (17), Beulah, daughter, (15), Malcolm , son,(12), Bernard, son, (7), Vernon, son, (5), Junior, son, (5), Delmer, son, (3 years and 6 months), all born Missouri.

Application for Social Security Account Number: Louise Ellen McDowell, Kaiser, Missouri , Full Name at Birth: Louise Ellen Scott, age at last birthday, 50, date of birth: January 6 , 1900, place of birth: Linn Creek, Camden County, Missouri, father's full name: Jim Scott; mother's full name before ever married: Nancy Bell Gallion, sex: female, color,white, Business Name of Employer: Mr. Delbert Dean, Lake Ozark, Missouri, Dated: 5 May 1950, Signed: Louise Ellen Mc Dowell.

COMMENT: Scott relative says that Charles and Louise had three more sons: Ellis, Fred, George McDowell. Not mentioned in any census.

Social Security Death Index: Louise Mc Dowell, SSN 495-34-9027, issued Missouri, date of birth 6 January 1900, death: May 1974, Kaiser,Missouri, 65047.

Social Security Death Index: Bernard Mc Dowell, born: 29 December 1919, died: September 19 76, Lake Ozark, Missouri, 65049, SSN:494-18-9325.

Missouri, Miller County, Glaize Township, Kaiser, New Hope Cemetery Tombstone Inscriptions , page 4.

Emma L. Mawyer (70), lives in Missouri. Unlisted phone number. (2004).


Louise Ellen Scott

Although her tombstone indicates Louise Ellen was born 6 Jan 1900 the 1900 census indicates there was a Loellen born in Feb 1893. It is also noteworthy that in the 1930 census, Lou stated that she was 19 when she got married, which would place her birth date in 1893.

Application for Social Security Account Number: Louise Ellen McDowell, Kaiser, Missouri , Full Name at Birth: Louise Ellen Scott, age at last birthday, 50, date of birth: January 6 , 1900, place of birth: Linn Creek, Camden County, Missouri, father's full name: Jim Scott; mother's full name before ever married: Nancy Bell Gallion, sex: female, color,white, Business Name of Employer: Mr. Delbert Dean, Lake Ozark, Missouri, Dated: 5 May 1950, Signed: Louise Ellen Mc Dowell.


Marriage Notes for Charles Arthur McDowell and Louise Ellen Scott-32932

Marriage records, Camden County, Marriage Book 3, page 132, Salt Lake City Family History Library, Microfilm No. 0945952, Arthur Mc Dowell and Lou E. Scott, of Damsel, Camden County, the father of the said Lou E.Scott gives his assent to this marriage, February 26, 1913, Minister, H.H. Blount at the home of J. Scott.

Marriage Records, Miller County, Missouri, Book I, page 121, Bernard Mc Dowell and Lois Dean Russell, C. A. Mc Dowell and Arthur Russell gave consent, 11 October 1940.


Ellis Monroe Scott

RESEARCHER-DESCENDANTS: Norma Jean Coon sent the following to T.Mason on 26 May 2005.

CEMETERY: Conway Cemetery, located in Section 14, Range 16 West, Township 39 North. South of Highway 54, near the grand Glaize Bridge. Fenced and well cared for.

1930 United States Federal Census, Missouri, Camden County, Osage Township, District 9, family/dwelling: 120/125: Ellis M. Scott, head of household, (51), married at age 23, carpenter, Jessie, wife (46), married at age 18, Fred M., son, (19), George, son (9), Louis Black, son in law, (26), married at age 21, laborer, Mary Black, daughter of head of household (24) married at age 19, Melvin, grandson to head of household, 4 years 2 months, Mervin, grandson to head of household, 2 years and 5 months, all born Missouri.

Camden County, Missouri Marriage License Index: Ellis M. Scott to Jessie Bell, issued: 24 Jan 1902; filed: 30 Jan 1902, Book 1, page 1.

1910 United States Federal Census, Missouri, Camden County, Osage Township, T624_772, part 1, page 257a, line 18, Family/dwelling 160/160: Ellis M. Scott, head of household (32), married 8 years, farmer, Jessie, wife, (25), married 8 years, 2 children, both living: William, son (7), Mary, daughter (6), all born in Missouri.

1920 United States Federal Census, Oklahoma, Creek County, Sapulpa, T625_1460, page 1a, ED 47, line 13, family/dwelling: 3/4: E. M. Scott, head of household (41), farmer, Jessie, wife (36), Willie, son (16), Mary, daughter (14), Fred, son (8), all born Missouri.

Social Security Death Index: Jessie Scott, SSN: 492-56-1314, birth date: 5 January 1884; death date: 15 February 1968, last residence: Linn Creek, Camden County, Missouri, Issued: Missouri (1966).


James Arthur Scott

RESEARCHER-DESCENDANTS: Norma Jean Coon sent the following to T.Mason on 26 May 2005.

1920 United States Federal Census, Missouri, Camden County, Osage Township, T624_, ED 38, page 8b, family/dwelling, 168/169: Stanley Brockman, head of household, (28), owns own property, farmer, Ersula, wife (28), Nell Scott, stepdaughter, (10), Jefferson Blount, father-in-law, (58), laborer, all born Missouri.


Marriage Notes for James Arthur Scott and Ersula May Blount-32939

RESEARCHER-DESCENDANTS: Norma Jean Coon [rcoon4@cox.net] sent the following to T.Mason on 26 May 2005.

Marriage License Index, Camden County Marriage Records, Direct: Arthur Scott and Ersula Blount, Nov. 11, 1908, Book 1, page 405.


Tabitah or Luby Anna Scott

The 1900 US census indicates that
-----, Luby A. Daughter WF Feb 1890 10 S Missouri Indiana Arkansas
-----, Luellen Daughter WF Jan 1893 7 S Missouri Indiana Arkansas

Other family records then indicate that Tabitha Scott was born in Feb 1894. Although the name and date do not reconcile the name and date of Luellen with Tabitha it is apparent that there was another daughter following the birth of Luby A before their brother Elisha was born and the tombstone record and Social Security records for Louise Ellen Scott which shows she was born in 1900 is in error.


Nell Scott

RESEARCHER-DESCENDANTS: Norma Jean Coon sent the following to T.Mason on 26 May 2005.

Nell Scott became a nurse and worked in a tuberculosis hospital in Springfield, Missouri and died at the age of 30 from tuberculosis.

Obituary, posted in the Miller County, Autogram of 24 September 1942: MRS. CARL BURNS PASSED AWAY IN SPRINGFIELD MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21

Mrs. Carl Burns, daughter of Mrs. S. F. Brockman of Tuscumbia, passed away at her home in Springfield, Missouri, Monday, September 21, 1942, at the age of 33 years, 7 months, and 20 days. She had been in ill health for the past several months.
Mrs. Burns, the former Nelle Scott, was born February 1, 1909, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Scott. She spent her girlhood days at Tuscumbia where she received her early education in the public school system here.
She was married about 14 years ago to Carl Burns and she and her husband had made their home at Springfield since. To this union two children were born, twins, Donald and Dorothy, who with her husband, survives. She is also survived by her mother, Mrs. S. F. Brockman of here, her stepfather, two half sisters, Norma and Mary Lou Brockman, and two half-brothers, Len and Ray Brockman; an aged grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Blount of Camdenton, many other relatives and friends and former schoolmates of this vicinity. Her father died 29 years ago.
Mrs. Burns was a membert of the Tuscumbia Christian Church, placing her membership with the local congregation while attending school here. She has been a faithful church attendent since leaving Tuscumbia but retained her membership here until the time of her death. She was a good wife and mother, and will be greatly missed in her home.
Funeral services were held at the Alma Loymeyer-Jewell Wendell Funeral Parlors in Springfield, Tuesday, September 22 at 4 p.m. by Rev. J. O. Michael, with burial in the Maple Park Cemetery at Springfield. Songs at the funeral were "The Old Rugged Cross" and "In The Garden" sung by Al Stone of Radio Station KWTG.
Her mother, Mrs. S. F. Brockman and children Norma,Mary Lou, Len, and Ray of Tuscumbia and her grandmother Mrs. S. F. Blount, attended the funeral.


Milcah Richardson

DESCENDANTS: Information sent to T.Mason on 27 May 2007 by Susan G. Rager.