James Woodward Scott

Died
Marriage
  1. Elizabeth Hichens,
Notes
  1. Marriage of Lt James Woodward Scott, RN, and Elizabeth Hichens at St Ives, Cornwall OPC Marriages.
  2. Died as a result of enemy fire from Dutch Schooner Privateers while in command of His Majesty’s Hired Cutter Princess Augusta near Texel, Sun (London) p 2, True Briton p 4, Kentish Weekly Post p 3, Allen, Joseph. Battles of the British Navy, Vol II p 70, London, Henry G Bohn, . Some sources give the commanding officer of the Princess Augusta as Lt Isaac William Scott (confusion of initials?)
  3. Marriage, Crisp, Frederick Arthur, ed. Visitation of England and Wales, vol XXI p 20. Privately printed, .
  4. Pedigree of Hichens family of St Ives Gore, David. A Cornish Inheritance: The Harveys of Chacewater, p 53 , The Red House, Lower Basildon, Berkshire. Includes Elizabeth Hichens’ brothers, but not her or her sister Mary.
  5. Burial of James Woodward Scott at St Mary, Dover, reference 13144 on , the day after the Princess Augusta came into port.