Gen. John B. Scott

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John Baytop Scott

Birthdate: (66)
Birthplace: Prince Edward County, Virginia
Death: Died in Lowndes County, Alabama, United States
Place of Burial: Scott's Buring Ground Blk 6, Montgomery, Montgomery County, Alabama, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Capt. James Scott and Frances Scott
Husband of Eliza Ann Scott
Father of Alfred Vernon Scott; Mary Lucretia Coleman; Frances Ann Scott; Thomas Baytop Scott; John Scott and 13 others
Brother of Frances McGehee; Nancy Baytop McGehee Scott; Nancy Baytop McGehee; Mildred C. Spencer; Mildred Collier Spencer and 10 others

Occupation: Commissioner, legislator, JP
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About Gen. John B. Scott

Gen. Scott was a brigadier general in the War of 1812. He was a commissioner, legislator and justice of peace in Jefferson County, and was the contractor when a new statehouse was built in Milledgeville.

The Gen. John Baytop Scott Chapter of the National Society United States Daughters of 1812 was organized in Gainesville's Dixie Hunt Hotel ballroom in 1938 under president Mattie Thompson Hulsey (Mrs. John McAfee).

Notes

This is not John 1761 Baytop Scott who is described at: this FindAGrave memorial # 94136041

Yes, there are two of them. This is the one who married Elizabeth Coleman

Links

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=8286093

This image is often mistakenly used as the image of General John B. Scott's first cousin, John Baytop Scott of Halifax County, VA., born in 1761, deceased in February, 1814.

Portrait Photo by John Engelhardt Scott is copyrighted. Special Use Credit and Thanks: Alabama Department Of Archives & History, Montgomery, Alabama. (Portrait c1840) Note: This portrait was painted after General John Scott's death. The following excerpt is from Mrs. Emily Virginia Semple's "Reminiscences of My Life And Relatives": "Having no portrait of Gen. John Scott, a plaster cast was made of his head and face after his death, and a most excellent likeness of him painted." Mrs. Semple was the grand-daughter of General John B. Scott. Her parents were Lorenzo James and Eliza Ann Scott James.

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Gen. John B. Scott's Timeline

1773
January 6, 1773
Prince Edward County, Virginia
1796
1796
Age 22
Milledgeville, Baldwin, Georgia
1797
1797
Age 23
1800
October 8, 1800
Age 27
Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia, United States
1800
Age 26
1802
September 5, 1802
Age 29
Richmond County, Georgia, United States
1802
Age 28
Autauga County, Alabama
1805
November 26, 1805
Age 32
Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia, United States