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Nettie Thompson Grove (10)
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1. All in the Family: Little Did Rev. Scarritt Know When He Started All This All in the Family: Little Did Rev. Scarritt Know When He Started All This August//1976 Photos and captions about the 1976 gathering of the Scarritt family "at Scarritt's Point out Northeast recently to celebrate the 155th birthday of the Rev. Nathan Scarritt," dedicating a "historical marker"...

2. Allen School and Its Predecessors Allen School and Its Predecessors October 1979 History of the Westport school established in 1854, held in various buildings until 1976, along with plans for reuse of its 1912 building by the Westport Cooperative Mission.

3. Baptist Beginnings in Kansas City Were Small Baptist Beginnings in Kansas City Were Small October 1924 Mention of Reverend Nathan Scarritt and John Wornall as "the two men most like him [the author's father T. M. James] in the building of Churches [sic] in Kansas City."

4. Biography of Nathan Scarritt (1821-1890), Methodist Minister and Teacher Biography of Nathan Scarritt (1821-1890), Methodist Minister and Teacher 2007

5. Cowtown Chronicles: The Legend of Westport Methodist's Steeple Bell Cowtown Chronicles: The Legend of Westport Methodist's Steeple Bell December 2000 Story of the procurement of the bell at the Westport United Methodist Church by Reverend Nathan Scarritt (the church's founder in 1853) in 1856 from a sinking steamboat at the Levee.

6. Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Scarritt Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Scarritt April 29, 1928 Newspaper photos of Mrs. Martha Matilda Chick Scarritt, or Martha Scarritt and her husband, Reverend Nathan Scarritt, "first regular pastor of the [5th Street] church" in 1852 with a Methodist training...

7. E. Scarritt Jones E. Scarritt Jones September/25/1973 Obituary for E. Scarritt Jones, a retired banker and grandson of Reverend Nathan Scarritt (1821-1890), dying at the age of 77 in 1973.

8. Eva Case Scarritt Obituary Eva Case Scarritt Obituary November/20/1958 Obituary for Eva Case Scarritt, or Eva Scarritt, widow of Nathan Scarritt, Jr., (dying himself in 1921) dying on November 19, 1958. Nathan Jr. the son of Reverend Nathan Scarritt (1821-1890), a pioneer...

9. Founders of Methodism in This Community Founders of Methodism in This Community December 1923 Biographical sketches of William Chick and his wife, Ann Chick, "among the first five" members of "the first Methodist Society" in Kansas City, arriving in Missouri from Virginia in 1821 and in Westport...

10. Founders of Methodism in This Community Founders of Methodism in This Community December 1923 Description of the organization of the first Kansas City Methodist Society before construction of its church at 5th and Wyandotte Streets in 1852. Also footnote about Reverend Nathan Scarritt (1821-1890),...

11. Historic Kansas City Architecture Historic Kansas City Architecture //1975 Photos of the residence of Nathan Scarritt at 4038 Central Street (originally 305 Lawrence Street), listed as being built in 1847.

12. Historic Westport: Scarritt House to National Registry Historic Westport: Scarritt House to National Registry July//1978 Story about the preservation of the Nathan Scarritt residence, "what the State Historical Society of Missouri calls the oldest house in the Westport area--and one of the few early buildings remaining,"...

13. In the Footsteps of Reverend Nathan Scarritt: A Heritage Tour In the Footsteps of Reverend Nathan Scarritt: A Heritage Tour 2004 Brochure for 16th annual tour by the Historic Kansas City Foundation contains information about the Reverend Nathan Scarritt and sites around Kansas City connected to him and his family. Includes description...

14. Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 1908 Photo and bio of Reverend Nathan Scarritt (1821-1890), "minister and benefactor" of Kansas City. Native of Illinois moving to the Shawnee Indian Mission about 1848 as a teacher and missionary before relocating...

15. Kansas City, Missouri: Pictorial and Biographical Kansas City, Missouri: Pictorial and Biographical 1908 Photo and bio of Reverend Nathan Scarritt (1821-1890), "minister and benefactor" of Kansas City. Native of Illinois coming to the Kansas City area in the late 1840s and becoming a Protestant preacher and...

16. Looking Backward Looking Backward December 1922 Mention of Nathan Scarritt and Thomas Swope as two "of the ten rich men of the town" of Kansas City in 1859.

17. Memories of Old Westport Memories of Old Westport October 1924 Mention of Nathan Scarritt as the author's teacher and uncle by way of marrying Matilda Chick.

18. Missouri Valley Special Collections Postcard Collection Finding Aid Missouri Valley Special Collections Postcard Collection Finding Aid This postcard collection includes a wide variety of subjects such as buildings, parks, streets, people, and festivals. Although the cards cover a wide geographical area, the two major portions of the collection...

19. Nathan Scarritt Nathan Scarritt 1901 Photo and bio of Reverend Nathan Scarritt (1821-1890), an anti-slavery minister and "benefactor" of Kansas City. Native of Illinois moving to Fayette, Missouri in 1845 before becoming a teacher in 1848...

20. Nathan Scarritt Nathan Scarritt 1877 Biographical sketch of Reverend Nathan Scarritt, a Kansas City preacher and teacher. Born in Illinois in 1821 and moving to "the Shawnee Indian Manual Mission" in the late 1840s before becoming "principal...