_Jacob SCHOLL _____ _William SCHOLL _______| | |_Jane MORGAN ______ _Peter SCHOLL _| | | ___________________ | |_Leah MORGAN __________| | |___________________ | |--Peter MORGAN Scholl | | _Squire BOONE _____+ | _Edward "Neddy" BOONE _| | | |_Sarah MORGAN _____+ |_Mary BOONE ___| | _Joseph Bryan SR. _+ |_Martha BRYAN _________| |_Hester ___________
"The Boone Family; a Genealogical History"
Hazel Atterbury Spraker
Rutland, VT, 1922
(Reprinted, Genealogical Publishing, Baltimore, MD. 1974)
p202: "Peter Scholl, Jr. (Mary Boone; Edward; Squire; George). Married Elizabeth Hunter. At
the battle of Blue Licks, Peter Scholl was behind a shell bark hickory tree. Some bark from
the tree was shot into his face by an Indian bullet, cutting him badly and causing the blood
to flow freely. Putting his hands to his face he ran back, exclaiming, "I am a dead man,"
However, he was not seriously hurt."
"A History of the Pioneer Families of Missouri"
William S. Bryan and Robert Rose
Bryan, Brand & Co., St. Louis, MO, 1876
pp372-373 "Callaway County: Scholl"
"Peter, son of William Scholl, of England, married Mary Boone, daughter of George Boone, a
brother of Daniel, by whom he had thirteen children. Two of his sons, John and Peter, came to
Callaway county, the former in 1830, and the latter in 1826. John married Cenia Jones, and they
had seven children. Peter married Elizabeth Hunter, and they had William M. and Mary."
"The Jess M. Thompson Pike County History"
Thompson, Jess M.
Pittsfield, IL; Pike County Historical Society; 1967
Chapters 101-102:"Peter Scholl and Mary Boone had 14 children, namely, William, Martha, John,
Lydia Ann, Joseph, Dudley, Malinda, Jesse Bryan, Peter Morgan, Edward Boone, Dudley (the
second), Mary, Louisa and Charity Scholl. Of these 14 children, 13 grew to maturity. The first
Dudley died in infancy... Peter Morgan Scholl, born in 1799, who married Elizabeth Huls on
March 17, 1823, had several sons, moved to Missouri in 1829 and died there, in Callaway
county, a few days after his arrival."
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