Betsey Scott was a daughter of Walter Scott, British agent (during the Revolutionary War) to the Cherokees and a fullblood (possibly named Gosaduisga).Betsey lived with and had children by the following persons: Chief James Vann (1 child), Edward Adair (3 children), William Burgess (1 child), Edward Springston (2 children), John Shepherd (1 child), a man named Vogt (possibly builder of Chief James Vann's house)(1 child), and maybe a couple of others. Several of her children by these "husbands" are listed as students at the Moravian school at Spring Place, GA.
Betsey Scott had a sister named Nannie(See Emmet Starr's Old Cherokee Families, p.419 and p.404.) and a brother Richard Scott.Their father Walter Scott died 1796 (I think) in the Pendleton District,SC; his son-in-law Edward Adair was the administrator of Scott's estate.
Walter Scott also m.Sarah Hicks (sister of Chief Charles Renatus Hicks). Their children were Sally Scott (my ancestor)who m. George McDonald (uncle of Chief John Ross), Polly Scott (m. Chief James Vann, William Campbell, and Eliphus Holt), and Peggie Scott (last wife of Chief James Vann).
After the War of 1812, Betsey Scott applied for veteran's benefits for her son James Adair (who died from the effects of wounds received at the Battle of the Horseshoe). James Adair is not mentioned by Dr. Starr. The father, Edward Adair was a white trader. His brother John Adair also married a Cherokee (this is one of my Cherokee lines).
While much of the lineage of Betsey Scott is in Emmet Starr's notes and book, there is more information about her in the Moravian diaries and school records.