Alice Elizabeth DeWolf

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Personal and Family Information

Alice was born in JAN 1834 in New York, NY, the daughter of Barney Adams DeWolf and Minerva Atherton.

She has died but the date and place are unknown.

Her husband was Jonathan Pardee Scott, who she married on 3 AUG 1857 in Cuyahoga County, Ohil. Their six known children were Charles DeWolf (1859-1909), Chalmers Clark (1860-1860), Anna Page (1863-1925), Sarah Sheffield (1867-1946), Mary Stuart (1870-1952) and Alice (1870-1871).

Pedigree Chart (3 generations)


 

Alice Elizabeth DeWolf
(1834-?)

 

Barney Adams DeWolf
(1808-1882)

 

Jabez DeWolf
(1784-c1841)

 

Samuel DeWolf
(1750-?)

 
   

Susannah Keeney
(c1750-?)

 
   

Ellis Adams
(1785-1808)

   
 
 
     
 
 
   

Minerva Atherton
(1811->1880)

   
 
   
 
 
     
 
 
     
 
   
 
 
     
 
 

Events

EventDateDetailsSourceMultimediaNotes
BirthJAN 1834
Place: New York, NY
Death
Census10 AUG 1850
Place: Ridgeville, Lorain County, Ohio
Age: 16 b NY
Type: with parents and 7 siblings
Address: family 139
Census16 JUL 1870
Place: Dubuque, Iowa
Age: 36 b NY
Type: with husband, 3 children and 1 servant
Address: dwelling 170 family 163
Census3 JUN 1880
Place: Dubuque, Dubuque County, Iowa
Age: 46
Address: Locust Street, dwelling 79 family 79 J.P. with wife A.W. Ellie, son Charles, daughers Alice, Sarah, and Mary
Census8 JUN 1900
Place: Dubuque, Dubuque County, Iowa
Age: 65 to 66
Address: 1240 Locust? St, dwelling 119 family 134 mother of 6, 4 living, married 40 years Johnathan and Alice D with son Charles, daughters AnnaP and Mary S one servant

Notes

Note 1

History of Dubuque County, Iowa, containing a history of the county, its ... By Western Historical Co

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page 877-881

J. P. SCOTT, lumberman; residence, 1212 Locust street, Dubuque; is a native of Oneida Co., N. Y.; he came to Iowa and located in Dubuque in August, 1854, and engaged in the mercantile business; he continued in the mercantile business for thirteen years; then engaged in the lumber business, and in the manufacture of sash, doors and blinds; he carries on the business in Wood Co., Wis.; he has lived in Dubuque over twenty-five years.

He married Miss Alice De Wolf, of Cleveland, Ohio; she is a native of New York; they have four children, one son and three daughters.

Sources

  1. Charles D'Wolf of Guadaloupe, his Ancestors and Descendants. Being a complete Genealogy of the "Rhode Island D'Wolfs, " the descendant of Simon DeWolf, with their common descent form Balthasar De Wolf of Lyme Conn. 1688.
    Source: Charles D'Wolf of Guadaloupe, his Ancestors and Descendants. Being a complete Genealogy of the "Rhode Island D'Wolfs, " the descendant of Simon DeWolf, with their common descent form Balthasar De Wolf of Lyme Conn. 1688.
    Authors: Rev Calbraith B Perry, D.D.
    Date: 1902
    Publisher: Press of T.A. Wright http://books.google.com/books Genealogical Material in the St. Louis Public Library The Dewolfs Ref 929.2
  2. Charles D'Wolf of Guadaloupe, his Ancestors and Descendants. Being a complete Genealogy of the "Rhode Island D'Wolfs, " the descendant of Simon DeWolf, with their common descent form Balthasar De Wolf of Lyme Conn. 1688.
    Source: Charles D'Wolf of Guadaloupe, his Ancestors and Descendants. Being a complete Genealogy of the "Rhode Island D'Wolfs, " the descendant of Simon DeWolf, with their common descent form Balthasar De Wolf of Lyme Conn. 1688.
    Authors: Rev Calbraith B Perry, D.D.
    Date: 1902
    Publisher: Press of T.A. Wright http://books.google.com/books Genealogical Material in the St. Louis Public Library The Dewolfs Ref 929.2