James Scott Naturalization

I'm searching  for Scotts and Moores. I want to trace them back to their home in Northern Ireland before they came to Ohio in the early 1800's. 

I have an entry in the "History of Belmont and Jefferson Counties" that says: John Moore, a native of Ireland came to Jefferson County in 1805, and settled in Cross Creek township, where he remained until his death.  Also #295 from  Will Abstracts from Book 2 Jeff. Co. NW Territory: John Moore; dated 28 Oct. 1832; wife Catherine; sons John, William and daughter Lucy, wife of John Scott; etc.  My records show that John, William and Lucy were those children.  Lucy married John Scott. That is my line and I am descended from their son David Scott born 3/13/1836 in Jefferson County, OH.

I have John and Lucy's marriage notice 2/17/1814. They had 10 children: Katherine, James,  Susannah, Mary, Moore, Wesley, William, David and Andrew. 

I do have many land records for them in Jefferson County, Wells Twp. Many of them removed between 1850 and 1860 to Tazewell County, IL.

I finally found John's father, James Scott in this document from Jefferson County Open Court in the attachment. 

I want to trace both families back to Northern Ireland but I also want more information about their life in Jefferson County - (which was Warren County at one time?) and the children that survived and those that did not.  I do have a picture of one son, Moore Scott's, gravestone in New Alexandria Cemetery. 

Anyone researching these families, please contact me at:
Jeanney Scott Horn

New Alexandria

John Scott, Revolutionary War Veteran
Bronze Marker installed by Sons of the American Revolution, Ebenezer Zane Chapter

Photo's taken by Bill and Juanita Lowe
July 9, 2007
Center Cemetery, Wells Twp.

Tent-Center Cemetery on 9 July 2008 of John Armstrong, John Scott and Alexander Simeral plaques.  They are pictures of the Scott family plot.