Cindi Scott

AncientFaces Member since Jul 04, 2015

Researching: Bailey, Scott, Miller, Cooper, Massey, Ramsey, Stover, Willis, Estep, Slack, Mckinney, Ashworth, Blake, Lanham, Siders, Biddix

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On the back of this picture says that it is Mom Scott. I dont know who wrote it so I dont know if this is Beulah Scott or her mother-in-law, Virginia Collins Scott who married Charles Richard Scott. Do you know?
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Children of Lola and Estelle were: Bertha Pauline who married James Wilson, Denver who married Earline ?, and Elizabeth "Tookie" who was killed at the age of 2, when she got away from home and was killed by a train.
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DOB August 3, 1887 DOD Feb 1, 1984
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Cora Stover who married Wiliam Blake and their children: Lola, standing on left born-unk and died August 27, 1996; William born-abt 1886,is holding their daughter Bina born-unk, and died abt. 1995; Quincy is standing in the middle, the Baby in Cora's arms is possibly Beulah Marcella who was born 2/18/1918 and died on 2/23/1993. The youngest was Alva, who was not born until 1927.
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Lola Blake who married Estelle Walls is the oldest girl in this picture. The little boy is Alva Blake who married Lillian "Zida" Darlington. The girl with her hand near her mouth is supposed to be Juanita Blake, who married John LeMaster. The girl who is partially out of the picture may be Bina, the other daughter, who married Sam Messer.
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We do not know where this was taken. Possibly in the Fayette county coal mines in southern West Virginia? Kanawha County? This is supposed to be Ivy Stover. It is in pretty good condition. She was married to or was the sister to Vernally Stover.
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This, we think is Cora Stover who married William Blake. She is the mother to Beulah, Quincy, Alva, Lola, Bina and Juanita. This was probably taken in Coal Fork up Cabin Creek Hollow in the southern part of Kanawha County, West Virginia. Maybe in the 30's?
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This is a picture of two brothers. carnie and clifford Stover. They could possibly be the children of Ivy or Vernally Stover. If you have additional information about these people, I would be much appreciative to receive that information.
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Cindi Scott Sanford Oley Lanham was born July 25, 1912, in Jackson Co, WV, USA. He married Ruby Margaret Ramsey on Sept 30, 1936 in Kanawha, WV. Ruby's DOB Aug 27, 1920 and DOD Apr 15, 1980. Sanford's parent's were Columbus Norman Lanham DOB Apr 2, 1874 and DOD Sept 1, 1940 and Letha Peony Siders DOB Aug 25, 1875 DOD Oct 9, 1936. Letha and Columbus married on May 9, 1899, in Jackson, WV. Ruby's parents were Edward Bailey Ramsey DOB June 2, 1879, Kanawha, WV DOD Mar 17, 1947, Kanawha, WV and Amanda Leah Jane Ashworth DOB Apr 23, 1895, Kanawha, WV DOD Dec 28, 1948, Kanawha, WV. Edward and Amanda were married on Feb 9, 1916 in Kanawha, WV.
Nov 18, 2008 · posted to the story What did Daddy look like?
Cindi Scott 1/6/1915 an Olivia Buckner Minicuka filed for divorce from a japanese man named Rev. Minichuka. She charged that her husband had been cruel. They had been married for 12 years. Could this be the same person? This article was found in the Washington Poct, in District of Columbia, Washington, dated 1/6/1915.
Aug 14, 2008 · posted to the photo Olivia Buckner - unknown Clarke Family Relative
Cindi Scott From 1812-1840, this point of sandstone was known as Marshall's pillar, or Marshall's column -- named in honor of U.S Chief Justice John Marshall, who visited in 1812 in connection with plans for canalization of New River. The cap of Marshall's column is now site of the Main Overlook at Hawks Nest State Park. Prior to the Civil War era, the cliff began to be commonly known as "Hawks Nest Rock," and the location along the river was known as Miller's Ferry. The term "Hawks Nest Rock" was commonly used in various Civil War era documents, and frequency used in various printed literature as late as the 1930s. This location would be in Fayetteville, Fayette county, WV. I do have a Sarah Stout who married an ancestor of mine by the name of Michael H. Haverty. Their children were born in Kanawha, Gilmer and Lewis counties during the years 1860-1901. But, I dont have any pictures to compare to this picture. Good luck and I Hope this helps.
Aug 14, 2008 · posted to the photo My Family visiting unknown Stouts in WV about 1923