To Commemrorate the suffering and torture infliced by the Indians upon Jonathan Scott and Hannah Hawkes, His wife the first permanent settlers of Watertown. This memorial is erected by the Waterbury and Watertown Chapters of the Daughters of The American Revolutions and descendants of Jonathan Scott June 1908
This is an application to SAR by Francis M. Ball- Jonathan description in beautiful hand writing .......
"To COMMEMORATE THE SUFFERING AND TORTURE INFLICTED BY THE, INDIANS UPON JONATHAN SCOTT AND HANNAH HAWKES. HIS WIFE, THE FIRST PERMANENT SETTLERS OF WATERTOWN. THIS MEMORIAL IS ERECTED BY THE WATERBURY AND WATERTOWN CHARTERS OF THE DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION AND DESCENDANTS OF JONATHAN SCOTT JUNE 1908
Here Lies the body of Mr. Jonathan Scott who died May 15 1745 Aged 79 years Here lies the bodya of Hannah the wife of Jonathan Scott who died April 7 1744 aged 77 years Watertown Litchfield CT USA Find A Grave Memorial# 11655205-