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Scott County, Missouri Genealogy

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Boutwell Families in Scott County

Contributed by: Steven & Gwen Harris


William E. Boutwell Sr. b. 1804 TN d. 1860 Scott County, MO.
m 1) Elizabeth Smith b. 1809 NY d. ???

  1. Rachael 9-17-1825 Gallatin County, IL d. 3-6-1908 Scott County, MO. Spouse - Henderson Winchester
  2. Stephen 3-13-1830 Gallatin County, IL d. 11-7-1875 Morley, MO. Spouse - Theresa Jane Hinton
  3. Martin @ 1830 Gallatin County, IL d. @ 1850 Scott County, MO.
  4. John @ 1832 Gallatin County, IL.
  5. Alexander K. 4-1837 Gallatin County, IL Spouse Elizabeth Stroder
  6. James 5-21-1840 Gallatin County, IL d. 10-29-1874 Morley, MO. Spouse - Mary Winchester
  7. William E. Jr., 1-12-1846 Scott County, MO. d. 9-2-1928 Oran, MO. Spouse - Margaret Jane Wilson 1846-1892
    Harriet Elizabeth Hindman 1867-1957
  8. George W. @ 1848 Scott County, MO. Spouse - Martha Marshall
  9. Henderson @ 1851 Scott County, MO. Spouse - Rebecca Ellan Mitchell

My line is by way of William E. Boutwell Jr. His first marriage was to Margaret Jane Wilson. They were married October 9, 1866 in Scott County, MO. They had the following children: Lillian, Margaret, Permelia, and Katie. Only Katie survived to adult. She married Robert Kennedy on November 1, 1892.

His second marriage was to my great-grandmother, Harriett Elizabeth Hindman. They were married October 5, 1892 in Scott County, MO. They had the following children: John W. 1894-1973, Matthew Kelly 1896-1972, Alonzo Clyde 1898-1980, Ruth Abby 1904-1993, Emma @1906-1906, Mary Lou 1909-2001.

Mary Lou is my Grandmother. She has given me a tremendous amount of information about her family. She married my Grandfather, Louis Witt in St. Louis, MO in 1929.

My great-grandfather, William E. Jr. was a Civil War vet serving under Capt. Alex Wright in Company H, 8th Regt. He and my great-grandmother are buried at the Sikeston City Cemetery.

2) William E. Boutwell Sr. was married a second time. In 1860 he married a woman named Elizabeth Canteral. She and 2 of her children were on the 1860 census. It showed her as his wife. He died shortly after the census but I have not found his burial site yet. I believe he is buried close to the Old Pleasant Plain Post Office.

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