Birthabt 1605119461,119466,119467
Baptism1605, Glemsford, Suffolk, England119468
Residenceca 1640, Providence County, RI119469,119470
Death1679, Providence County, RI119461,119471,119472
Death Memo1680? 1681?
Religionjoined the first church of Boston 28 Aug 1634119473
FatherEdward Scott (ca1590-)
MotherSarah Carter (ca1590-)
Misc. Notes
Vol 96 Pg3of441 The Arms of Richard Scott by Richard LeBaron Bowen, of Rehoboth, MA17247
ancient armorial Scott Pedigree Roll, with eighteen shields of arms in colors, on vellum, made in England about 1608, for the emigrant Richard Scott’s father Edward. On this Pedigree are shown nine generations, commencing with a William Scott who lived in the time of Henry VI (and who was the eldest son of John, of Brabourne, 1413) and ending in the early 17th century with the generation of the emigrant Richard1 Scott and his brothers, thus connecting England with America. The document is headed: The Pedigree of the most Auntient and Knightley Family of the Scotts of Scott-hall, in the County of Kent, with the Several matches, issue and transplants, of whome is Descended Edward Scott of Glemsford in the County of Suffolke.
Vol 96 Pg8of441 Richard1 Scott … said to have been the first Quaker in Providence
Vol 96 Pg9of441 Richard Scott’s house stood on the lot that is now No. 242 North Main Street (Providence)
Research
Vol 2 Pg174of220 Scott Family: Richard Scott, of Providence, his grandfather was Edward, his father was Richard, as appears by the will of the latter, which also shows that Richard was eldest son and heir103123 (Father Richard not Edward?)
Spouses
Birthabt 1610119461,119477
Undefined1660, England119478
Undefined Memovisited
Death2 May 1687, Newport County, RI119461,119479,119480
Death Memoabout 70 yrs
FatherRev Francis Marbury (ca1580-)
MotherBridget Dryden (ca1580-)
Misc. Notes
Vol 96 Pg9of441 Christopher Holder, a prospective son-in-law of Richard Scott, had his right ear cut off by the hangman at Boston 16 Sep 1658 for the crime of being a Quaker. Richard Scott’s wife, Katherine, was present, and remonstrating against this barbarity, was thrown into prison for two months, and then publicly flogged ten stripes with a three-corded whip17247

Vol 2 Pg175of220 Scott Family:103123
Katharine Marbury was the moving spirit in organizing the First Baptist Church in the new world, although Roger Williams has the credit of it, notwithstanding he only remained in the church three or four months, declaring their baptism could not be right.
She joined the Quakers in 1656, and going to Boston in 1658, to visit some of her brethren in prison, was herself cast into prison, and by order of the court was whipped ten stripes with a threefold corded knotted whip laid on with great cruelty. (See New England Judged).
Marriage7 Jun 1632, Berkhamstead, Hertfordshire, England119461,119462,119465
Marr Memoabt 1637? Ipswich? Providence?
ChildrenRichard (ca1636-)
 Mary (ca1639-1665)
 John (1640-1677)
 Hannah (1642-1681)
 Patience (1648->1707)
 Deliverance (ca1650-1676)
Last Modified 8 Aug 2016Created 31 Jan 2017 using Reunion 11 by Chris Dunmore