A Guide to the Scatterday Genealogy, 1765-2002 Scatterday Genealogy M 021

A Guide to the Scatterday Genealogy, 1765-2002

A Collection in the
Thomas Balch Library
Collection Number M 021


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Processed by: Rebecca Ottinger

Repository
Thomas Balch Library
Collection number
M 021
Title
Scatterday Genealogy 1765-2002
Size
.66 cu. ft.
Collector
Glen Scatterday
Language
English
Abstract
63 folders covering family members in a number of states, and contains genealogical information connecting Scatterday, Craig, Reece, Neff, Ewers, Barton, Ault, and Phillips families.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

Collection is open to research.

Use Restrictions

No physical characteristics affect use of this material.

Preferred Citation

Scatterday Genealogy, 1765-2002 (M 021), Thomas Balch Library, Leesburg, VA

Provenance

Glen Scatterday, Dallas, OR

Alternative Form Available

Transcriptions of some early documents are included in the files.

Accruals

2002.0001

Processing Information

Processed by Rebecca Ottinger, 27 Mar 2006.


Biographical Information

According to family tradition, George Scatterday (ca. 1734-1768) came to the American Colonies from Scotland about 1750. He settled on a farm near Leesburg in Loudoun County, Virginia and married Esther Craig (ca. 1745-1812) in 1765. They established their home in western Loudoun County, Virginia where they raised two boys, Aaron (1765-1795) and John (1766-1844). After George died, Esther married Lewis Reece (before 1742-1802/03) in 1769.

John Scatterday moved to Ohio around 1803. Over time other members of the Scatterday family moved to Ohio and Iowa, with later generations eventually scattering to various western states.

Scope and Content

This collection covers family members in a number of states, and contains genealogical information connecting Scatterday, Craig, Reece, Neff, Ewers, Barton, Ault, and Phillips families. Included with the documents is a family tree called the Old Scatterday Scroll.

There are 63 folders divided between two boxes; some of the folders contain information relating to several individuals. The folders contain papers as arranged and divided by Glen Scatterday, who assigned each of item a number, using a system which he describes on page 1 of his index. These files are largely comprised of photocopies of documents, letters, newspaper clippings, photographs, birth, death, and marriage certificates. The earliest date is 1765 and the last, 1996. Scatterday records births going back to "abt.1540" and up to 2002.

Related Material

Scatterday Family Papers, 1848-1877, SC 0003; The Scatterday Family History by Glen A. Scatterday, VREF 929.2 SCATTERDAY; The Scatterday Family Genealogy by Glen A. Scatterday VREF 929.2 SCATTERDAY.

Separated Material


Adjunct Descriptive Data

Bibliography

Scatterday Family Papers, 1848-1877 (SC 0003), Thomas Balch Library, Leesburg, VA.

Scatterday Genealogy, 1765-2002 (M 021), Thomas Balch Library, Leesburg, VA.


Other Finding Aid

There is an index in Box 1.


Other Finding Aid

There is an index in Box 1.


Bibliography

Scatterday Family Papers, 1848-1877 (SC 0003), Thomas Balch Library, Leesburg, VA.

Scatterday Genealogy, 1765-2002 (M 021), Thomas Balch Library, Leesburg, VA.


Contents List

Box: 1
  • Folder 1: 9003 The Old Scatterday Scroll, n.d.
  • Folder 2: 9009 List of Colonial Soldiers (extract), n.d.
  • Folder 3: 9012 The Ewers-Barton Connection, n.d.
  • Folder 4: 9014 Tombstone Inscriptions of Belmont County, Ohio 9015 Records of St. Mathews Episcopal Church, Wheeling County, WV, 9016 Peninsula Cemetery Records, Wheeling, Ohio County, West Virginia (Extract), n.d.
  • Folder 5: 9021 Locating George Scatterday's property (work papers), 9029 Historic Insch by Margaret Garson Clemo, n.d.
  • Folder 6: RIN 7, n.d.
  • Folder 7: RINs 8, 9, 10, 12, 14, 15, n.d.
  • Folder 8: RINs 16, 17, 18, 19, 21, 22, n.d.
  • Folder 9: RIN 23, n.d.
  • Folder 10: RINs 25, 26, 30, n.d.
  • Folder 11: RINs 31, 32, 33, n.d.
  • Folder 12: RIN 34, n.d.
  • Folder 13: RIN 35 Part 1, n.d.
  • Folder 14: RIN 35 Part 2, n.d.
  • Folder 15: RIN 35 Part 3, n.d.
  • Folder 16: RINs 39, 40, n.d.
  • Folder 17: RIN 42, n.d.
  • Folder 18: RIN 43, n.d.
  • Folder 19: RIN 44, n.d.
  • Folder 20: RIN 45, n.d.
  • Folder 21: RIN 46, n.d.
  • Folder 22: RIN 48 Part 1, n.d.
  • Folder 23: RIN 48 Part 2, n.d.
  • Folder 24: Aaron 1795-1842 RIN 48, n.d.
  • Folder 25: Ann M. Beatty RIN 49, n.d.
  • Folder 26: RIN 52, n.d.
  • Folder 27: RINs 54, 55, 56, 57, 63, n.d.
  • Folder 28: RIN 85 Part 1, n.d.
  • Folder 29: RIN 85 Part 2 Craig-Reece Connection, n.d.
Box: 2
  • Folder 1: RIN 87 The Neff Connection, n.d.
  • Folder 2: RINs 86, 87, 88, 91, 92, n.d.
  • Folder 3: RIN 93, n.d.
  • Folder 4: RINs 100, 104, 105, 106, 107, n.d.
  • Folder 5: RINs 111, 114, 117, n.d.
  • Folder 6: RINs 123, 126, 127, n.d.
  • Folder 7: RINs 131, 132, 135, 138, 141, 149, n.d.
  • Folder 8: RINs 166, 167, 168, 169, 171, n.d.
  • Folder 9: RINs 172, 173, 174, n.d.
  • Folder 10: RIN 175, n.d.
  • Folder 11: RINs 184, 189, 191, n.d.
  • Folder 12: RINs 205, 206, 209, 210, 211, n.d.
  • Folder 13: RINs 225, 226, 227, 228, n.d.
  • Folder 14: RINs 232, 238, 239, 242, 243, 249, n.d.
  • Folder 15: RINs 250, 251, 269, n.d.
  • Folder 16: RINs 271, 272, 273, n.d.
  • Folder 17: RINs 278, 281, 282, 283, n.d.
  • Folder 18: RINs 287, 291, 292, 293, n.d.
  • Folder 19: RINs 306, 327, 328, 335, n.d.
  • Folder 20: RINs 343, 351, 357, 359, 367, n.d.
  • Folder 21: RINs 400, 409, 412, n.d.
  • Folder 22: RINs 419, 420, 421, 422, 424, n.d.
  • Folder 23: RINs 437, 438, 454, 474, n.d.
  • Folder 24: RINs 497, 626, 632, n.d.
  • Folder 25: RIN 628 Ault-Phillips Connection, n.d.
  • Folder 26: RIN 637, n.d.
  • Folder 27: RIN 639, n.d.
  • Folder 28: RIN 658, n.d.
  • Folder 29: RINs 702, 713, 719, 727, 728, n.d.
  • Folder 30: RIN 729, n.d.
  • Folder 31: RINs 731, 750, 753, 755, n.d.
  • Folder 32: RIN 767, n.d.
  • Folder 33: RINs 779, 780, 781, 782, n.d.
  • Folder 34: RINs 800, 805, 823, 844, 860, n.d.
  • Folder 35: Miscellaneous Photos-Scatterday, n.d.