Marshall L. and Mary E. (Taylor) Scott, 6 North 51 West

Likely the Marshall L. Scott in 1880 Saunders County, Nebraska, 21, born in Iowa, teaching school, living with John Scott 48 and Harriett 43. Siblings are Orena M. 17, William L. 16, Ida B. 19, Annie E. 10, Susazn M. 8, Nettie F. 7, Minnie M. 4, and S.G. 2.

Mary E. Taylor is teaching in Saunders County in 1880, 21, boarding with the William Scott family and their eight kids.

Marshall L. Scott of Saunders County, Nebraska, 24, married Mary E. Taylor 25 of Silver Plume, Colorado on February 21, 1883 in Clear Creek County, Colorado.

In 1889, Marshall L. Scott of Le Roy, Colorado was a witness for the claim of Howard Butler in section 22, 6N 51W. Other witnesses were James A. Morris, Wilson L. Snodgrass, and William C. Kelley.

Marshall cash-claimed a quarter in 27, 6N 51W in 1891. He had a record of a homestead entry in that township, but it wasn't completed under his name.

In 1900 Saunders County, Marshall is a bridge builder, born January 1859, married 17 years to Mary October 1859 New York. Etta M. was born June 1885 in Nebraska.

They're in Omaha in 1910, Marshall a bridge contractor, Mary and Ella both teaching.

Ella M. Scott, a teacher born in Nebraska, age 35, married Charles Barnett of Portland, age 46, a lumberman, born in West Virgina to F. M. Barnett and Melinda King, in Vancouver, Washington July 3, 1919.

Marshall and Mary are alone in 1920 Portland, Oregon, where he is a lumberman
Mary E. Scott - per # 113942338, died in Portland "In this city, Oct. 3, 1921, Mary E. Scott, aged 63 years, wife of M. L. Scott and mother of Ella M. Barnett. Funeral services will be held at the chapel of Edward Holman & Son, Third and Salmon sts., today (Wednesday), Oct. 5, at 3 P.M., under the auspices of Friendship chapter of the Eastern Star. Interment in Riverview cemetery. "

In 1930 Marshall is in a lodging house in Oklahoma City, still a lumberman, 71, married but no spouse.

Charles- unemployed laborer - and Ella Maud - a teacher- are in Portland in 1920,
In 1930 Portland, Charles is a lumberman, Ella not employed, but they have a lodger Edgar Sherman.

In 1940 Portland Charles is 66, not employed, and Ella 55 is teaching school.

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