George T. Scholl was a recorded member of Quantrill's men, and served under Bill Anderson, Archie Clements, Dave Poole and Fletcher Taylor. He also served with and knew personally Frank and Jessie James as well as Cole Younger and his brother's. George and Boone Scholl were raised and attended school in Jackson County, Missouri. They had property in Independence, Mo. prior to Order #11, forcing them from land and home. George T. Scholl survived the war, and settled in St. Louis County. He is listed in the History of St. Louis County Volume II, published in 1911 by the S. J. Clarke Publishing Company.
Great Great Grandson of Daniel Boone the Frontiersman. Joseph Scholl married Lavinia Boone Daniel Boones Daughter. The Scholl's also fought in the Revolutionary War alongside the Boone Family of Kentucky. There was also another connection with the Boone family. George's mother, Harriet Rite Boone, was a 3rd cousin of his father, Nelson Scholl. She was a descendent of one of Daniel Boone's brothers.
George was the brother of Daniel Boone Scholl, who was killed while serving under Quantrill's command.
George Scholl surrendered in Lexington, Mo. 21 May 1865. He had just returned from Sherman, Texas with Dave Poole and Archie Clements group, also Bill Anderson's brother.
George is listed in the History of St. Louis County Vol. 2 published in 1911. George is buried in Oak Hill Cemetery in Kirkwood, Mo. He was a distinguished member of the Masons.