- MERGE & EDITING NOTICE: George Scott (b abt 1495; d btw Oct 1547-Feb 1548), ancestor of Thomas Scott of Ipswich and his sister Ursula Scott who married Richard Kimball, is the furthest-back confirmed ancestor, according to John B. Threlfall's 1990 work in which he disproves 1896 claims by Harold Bowen that George was descended of the renowned Scott family of Braebourne and Scotshall, Kent.
Threlfall identifies a wife Margaret (______) for George Scott.
Until further confirmation of George's own ancestry can be found, he's being detached from all older Scotts, as well as from wife Maude Pigot. There is no evidence that he was the son of William Scott of Scotts Hall, Brabourne, Kent.
George was born about 1495 in Bradfield, Suffolk England. He and Margaret had six children including Edmund, the second child.
He was buried 30 Aug 1562 in Bradfield, Suffolk England.
- Date: 30 Aug 1562
- Place: , Bradfield, Suffolk, England
- Bradfield St. George P.R.
- 2. Bradfield St. Clare P.R.
- Bobbie Hall for creating WikiTree profile Scott-7461 through the import of WIKITREE2.GED on Jun 25, 2013.
- Johanna Amnelin. See the Changes page for the details of edits by Johanna and others.
- WikiTree profile Scott-2552 created through the import of Terrass Family Tree.ged on Jul 7, 2011 by Richard Terrass. See the Changes page for the details of edits by Richard and others.
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- How confirm parents of George Scott? Mar 2, 2013.
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