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Scace Book Watson (1769 - 1826)

Scace Book "Brook, Scanbook, Searsbrook, Bookie" Watson
Born in Scotlandmap
Son of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of — married 28 Oct 1783 in Gates County, NCmap
Descendants descendants
Died in Marion County, SCmap
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Profile last modified | Created 28 Jan 2014
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This biography was auto-generated by a GEDCOM import.[1] It's a rough draft and needs to be edited.


Occupation: Farmer
Place: Marion County, SC

Township:LibertySeries:M32Image:65 County:Marion DistrictRoll:49 State:South CarolinaFrame:181424 Date:Aug 4 1800Sheet:438

Event: Record
Role: 10121:424346:



Charter Member Bear Swamp Baptist Church, Dillon County, SC

Charter Member Nichols Baptist Church, Nichols, SC


  1. ↑ Watson-6741 was created by Ken Watson through the import of Watson.ged on Jan 27, 2014. This comment and citation can be deleted after the biography has been edited and primary sources are included.
  • Source: S500008 UPD 18 OCT 2013 07:12:17 GMT -0600 Title: 1800 United States Federal Census Publication: MyHeritage Text: The 1800 Census included the new District of Columbia. The census data for the following states was lost: Georgia, Kentucky, New Jersey, Tennessee, and Virginia.This census (1800) provides names for heads of household, for about 10 to 15 percent of the population, and provides only a number count for the others.Federal census takers were asked to record information about every person who was in each household on the census day. A census taker might have visited a house on a later date, but the information hecollected was supposed to be about the people who were in the house on the census day. The basic census enumeration unit was the county. Each county was divided into enumeration districts, one for each enumerator. The completed forms were sent to the Commerce Department’s Census Office in Washington, D.C.Federal censuses are usually reliable, depending on the knowledge of the informant and the care of the census enumerator. Information may have been given to a census taker by any member of the family or by a neighbor. Some information may have been incorrect or deliberately falsified. Type: Collection Media: 10121

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Born in 1769, he couldn't have a son born in the 1920's.
posted by Nan (Lambert) Starjak

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