|Posted on Friday, April 15, 2005 - 9:57 pm: |
Am wondering if anyone knows of the Scott family who resided in Patrick's Plains.
|Posted on Sunday, April 17, 2005 - 3:51 pm: |
Hi there Kristy, thanks for posting your interest on the Discussion Forum, the BEST
thing to do is write to the Singleton Family History Society at
Singleton. The Scott family played a very big role in the early days of the Singleton and district. Also a lot on the Scott family in the Singleton Pioneer register.
The society is manned by a collection of very keen volunteers and they have
so many records there at the society room. They also do a $10 research of the
records held at the society.
The address is:
P. 0. Box 422 Singleton
Ground floor,74 George Street, Singleton 2330
Open Mondays 5pm to 8pm, Wednesday 12 noon to 3pm,Saturdays 1 pm to 4pm,
Public Holidays excluded.
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|Posted on Sunday, October 01, 2006 - 3:55 pm: |
There is a Bio of Robert (1799-1844) and Helenus Scott (1802-1879)plus mentions of David,Patrick,Mrs and Miss Augusta Maria, Alexander and Rose Scott in a new hardcover book "Horsemen of the First Frontier (1788-1900). Please check the Web for details and click on Indexes. "Horsemen" has also been scanned on Google Book Search and a search for keywords should enable pages of interest to be viewed.
|Posted on Wednesday, September 12, 2007 - 6:32 pm: |
How do you get to the 2007 posting,I can't seem to get it. Thanks