Cindi Scott

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

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Cindi Scott I have seen the many pictures of the Scott family and am wondering what connections they have with my Scott family. I do know that in the early years, many of the Scott's started out in Virginia/West Virginia and slowly migrated west to Oklahoma, Illinoise, Texas and Missouri, etc.. There are other states that I am not thinking of, at the moment. I have noticed that many of the names seem to coincide with my Scotts'. If you are interested in finding more information about the Scott families, a good sight to start would be at www.myfamily.com (which is where wvconnected is located at). I have many Scott pictures posted on that website that have not been identified, yet. Most of the pictures are presumably taken in WV, but no positive id's. If you can check out that site and pull up my name there (cindilanhamscott) you can view these pictures. If you have any comments or quesions about these pictures, please email me at justcindi@yahoo.com. Any help would be much appreciated.
Dec 15, 2006 · posted to the surname Scott
Cindi Scott Sanford Oley Lanham married Ruby Margaret Ramsey. Sanford's DOB 7/25/1912 DOD 9/1/1940 Ruby's DOB 8/27/1920 DOD 4/15/1980 I am on a mission. A life's mission. About 4 or 5 years ago, my Dad and I were talking and we got to talking of his parents, who are now deceased. He told me that when he was just 10 years old, his father got sick. During the end of his illness, he was hospitalized, for what Dad says was, about 3 months. Then, just three days before Dads 11th birthday, his father died. His mother, not wanting them to forget their father, took each child to the coffin, one at a time, to say goodbye to their father. My Dad says he will never forget the person in the coffin, but it sure wasnt his Daddy. That man was an old man, who was skinny and had white hair. Dad's father was just the opposite of that. You see, during those three months at the hospital, Sanford went through lots of hard times and lost alot of weight. Eventually dying of some kind of Leukemia. My Dad just wants a picture of his father, before he got sick. He doesnt remember what his father actually looked like. Noone in the family has a picture of him and I have been looking for over 4 years now, for one. My Father is getting older and sicker by the day. I pray that one day I can show him what his father looked like. He asked me one day..."If I get in Heaven, do you think I will know who my Dad is?" What could I say? I just closed my eyes and told him that his heart will tell him who his Daddy is. Can you help me find a picture of this man? I am willing to pay for any charges!!
Nov 09, 2008 · posted to the surname Lanham
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