SCOTT, EDWARD, “85, a retired Pike County farmer, died at 10:25 pm Saturday ( 4 Sept. 1948) at the home of a son Eugene, of Omega. He had been ill since Wednesday. Mr. Scott was a native of Pike County, born here on Mar. 4th, 1863, the son of Frank and Sarah Scott. He is survived by his wife, Sarah Ann Scott, and two sons, Eugene and Floyd, all of Omega; a daughter, Mrs. Golden McCollum of Portsmouth; a brother, Oscar Scott of Washington C. H.; and 5 grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 2 pm Tuesday, at the residence in Omega with Rev. Charles Bulen of Omega officiating. Burial followed in the Omega Cemetery under the direction of the A. H. Boyer Funeral Home. [Note here: On the monument of Frank and Sarah (at Omega), it list their names as William F. M. Scott 1830-1903 and Sarah Jane Phillips 1830-1904] 9 Sep 1948 Waverly Watchman
Ivan Scott and Dean Scott
Republican Herald 11 Nov 1943
Information from Jackie Scott Juliano
Mearl Otis Scott 15 Jul 1901 - 25 Apr 1974
Ivan served in WWII in the US Navy. Born 17 Sep. 1923 in Omega, OH. He enlisted 28 May at Columbus, OH and was discharged 20 Mar. 1946 at Great Lakes, IL. He is married to Judy Scott.
Ivan Aubrey Scott, 89, of Minford, a former Lucasville and Portsmouth resident, passed away Tuesday, July 2, 2013 at the Minford Retirement Center. Scotty was born Sept. 17, 1923 in Omega, Pike County, to the late Mearl Otis and Elsie Anderson Scott.
He was a member of the Minford United Methodist Church, a former member of the Farm Bureau, Scioto County Fair Board, and he was an advisor to the Rough Riders 4-H Club for more than 30 years. Ivan was a 1941 graduate of Waverly High School and a 1955 graduate of the Ohio State University where he received a Bachelor of Agriculture Degree. He retired as the Soil Conservationist for the United States Department of Agriculture for Scioto County Feb.28,1978. Ivan was a WWII Navy veteran, having earned the rank of Quartermaster Second Class. He also was awarded the American Area Ribbon, European African Middle Eastern Area Ribbon, the Asiatic Pacific Area Ribbon, the Philippine Liberation Ribbon and the World War II Victory Ribbon.
Ivan was preceded in death Sept.4, 2003 by his wife, Judith Clare Leever Scott, whom he married in Portsmouth March 25, 1950. Surviving are three daughters; Becky (Joe) DeVoss of Lancaster, Susan (Joe) Wells of Minford, Lori Scott of Albany; and one brother, Earl Vincent Scott of Waverly. Scotty was also preceded in death by a brother, Dean Scott.
Funeral services will be held at noon Friday at the Ralph F. Scott Funeral Home in Portsmouth with Rev. Dennis Bell officiating and interment will be in Memorial Burial Park. The James Dickey Post 23 Honor Guard will conduct military graveside rites.
The family will receive friends at the funeral home on Thursday from 5 to 7 P.M. and on Friday from 11:00 A.M. until the funeral hour.
Sylvester Arlie Scott in the backyard of his home at 393 East 7th Street sometime in the 1940's. The N&W approach to the 7th Street crossing is in the background.
Tom Plaicer collection
Vince Scott. the others are unknown
4 Nov 1943 Republican Herald
SCOTT, ELBERT E., “56, of 386 East Main St., Chillicothe, were held at 2 p. m. Tuesday at the A. H. Boyer Funeral Home with Rev. Mrs. Phyllis Lemaster officiating. Burial followed in the Omega Cemetery. Mr. Scott, a World War II veteran, died at 7:15 p. m. Friday, June 10 in the VA Hospital in Chillicothe. He was formerly employed by the U. S. Government at the veteran’s hospital and federal reformatory there. A native of Pike County, he was born May 22, 1910, a son of L. A. and Viola (Wiseman) Scott. His mother survives and resides at 1022 28th St., Portsmouth. Also surviving are two brothers, M. O. Scott, Rt. 3, Waverly and Berl Scott of Waverly and one sister, Mrs. Mildred Worley of Portsmouth.” 16 Jun 1966
SCOTT, ELMER M. “BUDDY”, “66, of Straight Creek Road, Waverly died Monday at his residence. He was born Dec. 17, 1932 in Sarton, W. VA., the son of the late Weldon and Ruth Wickline Scott. He was a retired train conductor form CSX Railroad with 32 years of service; a member of the Allen Chapel Community Church; and a veteran of the United States Army serving during the Korean Conflict. He is survived by his wife: Louise Collins Russell whom he married Nov. 5, 1988; four sons: Larry Steel of Beckley, W. Va., Roger Scott, James Scott and Darren Scott all of Columbus; two daughters: Norma Eyssen of Huntington, W. Va., and Patty Elder of Summerville, Ala.; two step sons: Robert Russell and Nickolas Russell both of Waverly; a step daughter: Linda Bond of Waverly; one sister: Alice Erskine of Nebo N.C.; 14 grandchildren and five great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his first wife: Shirley Hogan Scott in 1987; two sons: Kenneth and Alvin Scott; one brother; John Scott; and one sister: Norma Lee. Funeral services will be 1 p.m. Friday at the Allen Chapel Community Church with pastors Bill Mick and Marilyn Collins officiating. Burial will follow in the Allen Chapel Cemetery. Visitation will be 2 p.m. until 8 p.m. Thursday at Botkin Funeral Home in Waverly and after 10 a.m. Friday at the church.” 5 May 1999 News Watchman
SCOTT, ELSIE, “Funeral services were held at 2 p. m. Monday at the Omega Methodist Church for Mrs. Elsie (Anderson) Scott, 61, well-know Omega resident, with Rev. Phyllis Lemaster, the pastor, officiating. Burial followed in Omega Cemetery under the direction of the A. H. Boyer Funeral Home of Waverly. Mrs. Scott died suddenly at 10:45 p. m. Friday in the Pike County Hospital, after a short illness. She was a member of the Omega Methodist Church where she had taught Sunday School classes for 25 years until her death. A native of Pike County, she was born Sept. 24, 1902, a daughter of George N. and Hester (Rose) Anderson. On Mar. 25, 1923, she was united in marriage to Merle O. Scott, who survives. Also surviving are three sons, Ivan Scott of Portsmouth, Dean Scott of Columbus and Earl Scott of Waverly; four granddaughters; two brothers, Edward Anderson of Frankfort, O., and one sister, Mrs. Lucy Miller of Waverly. Mrs. Scott was preceded in death by her parents, three sisters and three brothers.” 6 Aug 1964 News Watchman
SCOTT, EUGENE, "88 of Heartland of Chillicothe, a former Waverly resident, died Saturday, Sept. 2, 1995, a Chillicothe hospital. Born Jan. 15, 1907, in Omega, a son of the late Edward Scott and Sarah Starr Scott, he was a retired self-employed painter. Surviving are a niece, Irene McGlosson of Columbus; and two nephews, Floyd B. Scott of Geneva and Donald Eugene Scott of Waverly. He also was preceded in death by three brothers, Floyd, Wilbur and Elmer Scott; and a sister, Golden Irene McCOLLUM. Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Boyer Funeral Home in Waverly, with the Rev. Joseph Krafthefer officiating, and interment in Omega Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home from 4 to 8 P.M. Tuesday and from 9 a.m. until the services Wednesday." 4 Sep 1995 Portsmouth Daily Times
SCOTT, MEARL OTTIS., "72, of Rt. 3, Waverly, died at 8 a.m. Friday, April 26, in Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus, after an extended illness. A native of Pike County, he was born on July 15, 1901 in the Omega community, a son of Loren A. and Viola (Wiseman) Scott. Mr. Scott was widely known throughout this area. He was a retired school teacher, Having served in the Waverly School System for 42 years, before his retirement in 1963. He was an active member of the Omega Community Grange; was a Past President of the Pike County Fair Board; a member of the Ohio Education Association; the National Retired Teachers' association; and was a Sunday School superintendent at the Omega Methodist Church. His wife, the former Elsie Anderson, preceded him in death in 1964. He was also predeceased by his father, Loren A. and two brothers, Carl and Elbert Scott. Surviving are his mother, Mrs. Viola Scott of Portsmouth; three sons, Ivan A. Scott, also of Portsmouth, Dean E. Scott of Columbus and Vincent Scott of St. Mary's, O.; four granddaughters; one brother, Bert Scott of Waverly; and a sister, Mrs. George (Mildred) Worley of Portsmouth. Funeral services were held at 1 p.m. Monday at the Botkin Funeral Home in Waverly, with Rev. Phyllis LeMaster officiating. Burial followed in Omega Cemetery. Friends called at the funeral home from 7 until 9 p.m. Saturday, and from 2 to 4, and 7 till 9 p.m. Sunday." died 26 Apr 1974
SCOTT, Mrs. VIOLA, "Funeral services for Mrs. Viola Scott, 93 of 2738 Grandview Ave., Portsmouth, were scheduled to be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Boyer Funeral Home in Waverly, with Rev. D. B. Wilfong officiating. Burial was to follow in the Omega Cemetery. Friends called at the funeral home after 2:30 p.m. Thursday. Mrs. Scott died at 5:20 a.m. Tuesday in the Pike County Hospital, following several months illness. A native of Pike County, she was born Feb. 6, 1882, a daughter of Benjamin and Rose Wiseman. On Feb. 3, 1898 she married Lorain A. Scott, who died in July 1932. Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. George (Mildred) Worley of 2738 Grandview Ave., Portsmouth; one son Bert Scott of 212 Morningside Drive, Waverly; five grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren; and one sister, Mrs. Laura Lagore of Circleville. Mrs. Scott was a member of the First United Methodist Church in Portsmouth. In addition to her parents and husband, she was predeceased by three sons." 22 Apr 1975 News Watchman
WEINRICH, DOROTHY ANN, “56, of Route 3, Waverly, died at 10:41 a.m. Wednesday at the Pike County Hospital following a short illness. She was born in Pike County November 29, 1916, a daughter of William and Amy Ray Scott. On March 7, 1942, she married Wilder Weinrich, who survives.
In addition to her husband, she is survived by one son, William of Route 2, Piketon; three daughters, Mrs. Edward (Sharon) Clary of Columbus, Amy of Sidney and Sarah, at home; five grandchildren; three brothers, James W. Scott of Seattle, Washington and Hubert (Jack) Scott of 201 E. 5th Street, Waverly; two sisters, Mrs. Wilbur (Jean) Schnitt of 302 East 5th Street, Waverly, and Mrs. Harry (Matilda) Sage, Jr. of Columbus.
She was preceded in death by her parents and one brother.
Mrs. Weinrich was a member of the Omega United Methodist Church.
Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. Friday at the Boyer Funeral Home in Waverly with Rev. Phyllis Lemaster officiating. Burial will follow in Omega cemetery.
Friends called at the funeral home after 3 p.m. Thursday.
Omega School Pike County Ohio 1905-1906
Waverly News Watchman from Jackie Scott Juliano
Second Class Petty Officer Ivan Aubrey Scott
Viola Wiseman Scott and Lorenzo A. Scott home on Hay Stack Road
Donald Eugene Scott left and Floyd Barry Scott Jr right
Picture from Jackie Scott Juliano
Private Elbert E. Scott, co A 326 Inf, 82nd division, camp Livingston Louisiana. Viola Scott mother, M.O. Scott brother
Scotts buried in Omega Cemetery
LOT A Scott Ella Bell d/o W. T. & M. C. Scott 3y 9m 25d 20 Nov 1883
LOT A Scott Elsie Anderson [24 Sep] 1902 [Aug] 1964
LOT A Scott Emma May d/o W. T. & M. C. 2y 4m 22d 29 Aug 1879
LOT A b Scott (Lt.) Jno. D.[Dodridge] h/o Henrietta Hughes, Co. C 33d O. V. I. 30 Jan 1830 5 Feb 1894
LOT A b Scott Barry E. 11 Aug 1955 6 Jan 1958
LOT A b Scott Carl E. 1900 1901
LOT A b Scott Cora Alice dau 1886 1893
LOT A b Scott Elizabeth P. 1882 1968
LOT A b Scott Elmer 20 Oct 1902 5 Jul 1904
LOT A b Scott Harriet E. 31 Jan 1846 23 Mar 1902
LOT A b Scott Harry G. 1881 1918
LOT A b Scott Henrietta 6 may 1847 19 Apr 1918
LOT A b Scott J. Hughes 16 Sep 1878 10 Jul 1895
LOT A b Scott Lorain A. m. Feb. 3, 1898 father 1870 [Jul ]1932
LOT A b Scott Matilda Easterday m 17 Feb 1881 1859 1933
LOT A b Scott Robert C Pfc US Army WWII 21 Oct 1925 10 Oct 1990
LOT A b Scott Viola Wiseman m. Feb. 3, 1898 "mother" [6 Feb ]1882 [Apr] 1975
LOT A b Scott Wilbur 10 Jan 1900 15 May 1902
LOT A b Scott William m 17 Feb 1881 [28 Feb] 1857 [12 Dec] 1943
LOT B Scott Laura Belle c/o W. F. M. & Sarah Scott 1875 1918
LOT B Scott Oliver s/o W. F. M. & Sarah Scott [27 Jun] 1867 [8 Jun] 1920
LOT B Scott Sarah Jane Phillips 1830 1904
LOT B Scott Viola d/o J. D. & Mary Scott age 1y 10m 7d 28 Sep 1906
LOT B Scott William F. M. 1830 1903
LOT Db Scott Earl H[ugh] s/o W. P. & M. J. 30 Sep 1899 16 Aug 1910
LOT Db Scott Margaret J. Clark 31 Jan 1869 13 Mar 1967
LOT Db Scott Neil P[reston]. W. P. & M. J. 16 Nov 1896 18 Aug 1910
LOT Db Scott William P. 26 Jun 1868 2 May 1947
LOT Fb Scott Beatrice Bowman 24 Jul 1908 29 Sep 1950
LOT Fb Scott Elbert E. Pfc Co A 802 Mil Police BN WWII 22 May 1910 10 Jun 1966
LOT G Scott
LOT G Scott Amy Ray mother 1894 1928
LOT G Scott Richard Calvin son [of Stanley William Scott] [28 Sep] 1924 [25 Feb] 1935
LOT G Scott William Stanley 1889 1957
LOT J Scott Betty Sharp 1931
LOT J Scott Earl Vince 28 May 1928 8 Sep 2016
LOT J Scott Elise Anderson 1902 1964
LOT J Scott Mary Ellen d/o Wm. f. & Sarah 1862 1940
LOT J Scott Mearl Otis [15 Jul] 1901 [26 Apr] 1974
LOT O Scott Edward s/o William F & Sarah Scott [4 Mar ]1863 [4 Sep]1948
LOT O Scott Eugene brother 15Jan 1907 2 Sep 1995
LOT O Scott Floyd B. brother 1 May 1896 11 Feb 1973
LOT O Scott Sarah A. [Ann] Starr [16 Jun] 1873 [19 Jan] 1954
LOT Q Acord Jennis Scott 9 Apr 1909 19 Jan 1993
LOT Q Acord Perry Sanford US Army 21 Sep 1907 9 Jan 1977
Scott Bertha d/o John D. Scott & Mary E. Compston 24 Jan 1911 11 Oct 1911
Scott Bessie Paige Ruffin w/o James Scott 10 Sep 1924 3 Dec 2007
Scott John D. h/o Mary E. 90 31 Dec 1941
Scott Robert C. Army 28 Mar 1945-25 Jun 1946 21 Oct 1926 10 Oct 1990
Scott William Thompson s/o Isaac Scott & Jane Helena McMillen 13 Feb 1839 3 Feb 1911
Scott d/o J. D. & Mary E. 1y 10m 7d 28 Sep 1908
Floyd Barry Scott Sr.
Picture from Jackie Scott Juliano
Front Row: Dean Scott, Vince Scott, Jerry Miller Back row: Viola Wiseman Scott, M.O Scott, Elsie Anderson, Ivan Scott, Max Irwin
SCOTT, JOHN D., “90, died at 5 p.m. Wednesday, December, 31, at the Pike county home at Idaho. Funeral services were conducted at 2 p.m., Sunday at the Gregg funeral home in this city with burial following in the Omega Cemetery. The aged man is survived by his wife, Mrs. Mary E. Scott of Chillicothe; two sons, Robert Scott of Alabama and Sylvester Scott of Chillicothe, four daughters, Mrs. Myrtle Uhrig and Mrs. Maume Crego of Columbus, Mrs. Geneva Davis of Omega, and Mrs. Marie Burkham of Chillicothe.” 8 Jan 1942 The Waverly Watchman
SCOTT, JOHN DODRIDGE, “was born at Richmondale, Ohio, Jan. 30th. 1830, died at Omega, Feb. 5th.1894, aged sixty-four years and six days. He married Henrietta Hughes, who with five children survive him. His funeral took place at Omega. Rev. Barkstresser, assisted by the G. A. R. post, conducted the services, which were held at the M. E. Church. There was a large attendance, attesting the esteem in which the deceased was held in the community in which he lived for over a half century. At the time of death Mr. Scott held office of township clerk. He enlisted as a private Dec. 20th, 1961, in Co. C. 33d O.V.I., was promoted through various grades to Regimental Quartermaster, and was mustered out with his regiment at the close of the war July 12, 1864 at Louisville, Ky.” (Omega Cemetery) Feb 1894 The Waverly News
SCOTT, HARRY T., “died at his home in Columbus, Ohio, Thur. morning. His wife (Elizabeth Farrar) for several years a teacher in the Omega schools. Besides his wife, he leaves two children, Mrs. Charles Pendergrass, of Waverly, and Mrs. Willet Ray, of Omega, and two brothers, Wm. P. Scott, of Omega and Joseph Scott of Columbus.” 17 Oct 1918
SCOTT, Mrs. MELISSA,” 88, died at her home near Higby, Friday evening at six o’clock. She is survived by four sons, Samuel, of Chillicothe route 5, Alonzo, of Columbus, Albert, of Cincinnati and Edward, at home. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at two o’clock at the Gregg Funeral home in Waverly with the Rev. George Zimmerman officiating and burial was made at the Caldwell cemetery at Richmondale.” 3 Sep 1942 The Republican Herald
SCOTT, NEIL, “12 years of age, and Earl Scott, 10 years of age, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Scott, of Omega drowned last Thursday afternoon. Mr. William Clark of this city, is a grandfather of the two unfortunate boys. Funeral was held Saturday afternoon and interment in the Omega cemetery.” 25 Aug 1910 The Waverly News
SCOTT, RICHARD CALVIN, “Omega Child Dies Monday—Spinal Meningitis Fatal To 10 Year Old Richard Scott---Richard Calvin Scott, 10,son of William Scott of near Omega died Monday morning at the Chillicothe Hospital from spinal meningitis. He is survived by his father, 3 sisters, Dorothy, Matilda and Jean and 3 brothers, John, James, and Jackie. Funeral services are to be held this afternoon at two o’clock at the home and burial will be made in the Omega cemetery under the direction of the A. M. Gregg Co.” 28 Feb 1935 The Republican Herald
SCOTT, RICHARD CALVIN, “son of S. W. and Amy H. Scott was born on September 18, 1924. On February 25, 1935 at the age of ten years, 5 months and 7 days he joined his mother who had preceded him to the Heavenly Home. Dickey was a member of the M. E. Sunday School and attended the fourth grade of school at Waverly. Besides his father and brothers and sisters, a host of dear relatives and friends grieve because a ray of sunshine has been taken form their lives. Although he has gone on many lives have been brightened by his brief sojourn here. He was loved by all who knew him and tho’ they would have kept him it could not be so. His little life must now be a treasured memory.
There is no death, the stars go down
To rise upon some other shore;
And bright in Heaven’s jeweled crown,
They Shine forevermore.
There is no death, the forest leaves
Convert to life the viewless air;
Rocks disorganize to feed,
The hungry moss they bare.
There is no death, the dust we tread,
Shall change beneath the summer showers,
To golden grain or mellow fruit
As rainbow tinted flowers
And ever near us tho unseen,
The dear immortal spirits tread,
For all the boundless universe
Is Life, "there are no dead!"
Card Of Thanks—We wish to extend our sincere and heart-felt thanks to all who assisted us in any way during the time of our sad bereavement. Stanley Scott and Children.” 17 Mar 1935 The Republican Herald
SCOTT, WILLIAM “DEATH SUMMONS WILLIAM SCOTT; Retired Farmer Expires On Sunday After Being Struck By An Automobile. William Scott, 86, a retired farmer, died on Sunday morning at six o’clock from injuries suffered when struck by a car, near his home on the Higby pike near the Ross County line, on Friday morning at 10:40 o’clock. According to Sheriff Robert E. Mercer, who investigated the accident, Mr. Scott had been to the mail box to get the mail and as the mail carrier drove his car away from the mail box Mr. Scott stepped from behind the car into the path of a car driven by Luther Hartley, of Chillicothe Route 2. He suffered a broken right leg below the knee, possible skull facture, and multiple cuts and bruises. He was moved to the Chillicothe hospital in the Gregg ambulance. He is survived by four sons: James A., of Columbus; John R., of Huntington, West Va.; William S. and Clarence C., of Chillicothe route 5; four daughters, Mrs. M. E. Eisenhart, Mrs. Andrew Jones and Mrs. Clara Peele, of Raleigh, North Carolina, and Mrs. Emory Bauer of near Omega, and two brothers, Edward Scott, of Waverly, and Oscar Scott, of Washington C.H. Funeral services were held at the residence on Wednesday afternoon at two o’clock and interment was made in the Omega cemetery under the direction of the Gregg funeral home.” 16 Dec 1943 The Republican Herald
SCOTT, WILLIAM, “ a retired farmer, died at 6:05 a.m., Sunday December 12th, in the Chillicothe hospital, after being fatally injured by an automobile near his home on Friday, December. 10th, 1943. Mr. Scott was born at Richmondale, Ross County, Ohio on February 28, 1857, a son of W. F. M. and Sarah Philips Scott, pioneer residents of Pike county. He was married to Matilda Easterday, February 17, 1881, who preceded him in death in March, 1933. Nine children were born to this union, 4 sons, and 5 daughters: Mrs. M. E. Eisenhart, Mrs. Andrew Jones and Mrs. Clara Peele, of Raleigh, North Carolina; Mrs. Emory Bauer, Route 1, Waverly; Cora Alice, who died at the age of 9 years, James A. Scott, of Columbus, O.; J. R. Scott, of Huntington, West Va.; W. Stanley and Clarence C. Scott, of Route 5, Chillicothe, Ohio; 19 grandchildren, 5 great grandchildren; two brother, Oscar, of Circleville, O.; and Edgar, of Waverly, Ohio. He united with the Omega Church under the pastorate of Rev. Ed Matheny many years ago. He will be really missed in the community. Funeral services were held at the home at two p.m. Wednesday, with the Rev. E. S. Matheny, assisted by Rev. Sarah Bowman and Bertha Riel in charge and burial was made in the Omega cemetery under the direction of the Gregg Funeral Hone. Pallbearers were the 4 sons and 2 nephews: J. A. Scott , J. R. Scott, W. S. Scott, C. C. Scott, M. O. Scott and B. L. Scott.” 30 December 1943 The Republican Herald
SCOTT, WILLIAM L., “who made his home with Dr. Ray of Omega died at that place Friday night.” (Omega cemetery) 9 Feb 1911 The Waverly News
SCOTT, OLIVER, “died Tuesday in the State Hospital at Lima, and the body arrived here Wednesday for burial. He was reared in Jackson township and was a brother of Lou A. Scott.” (Omega cemetery) 10 Jun 1920 The Republican Herald
SCOTT, OLIVER, “son of W. F. M. and Sarah Scott was born June 27, 1867, died June 8th, 1920, aged 52 years, 11 months and 12 days. He leaves six brothers and two sisters. Father, Mother, one brother, one sister having preceded him to the Great Beyond.” [Omega Cemetery] 7 Jun 1920 The Republican Herald
Pupil list for the Omega School year 1905-1906
The teacher Mrs. Charles Washburn.
Hetty May Groves, Myrtle Scott, Hazel Maloy,
Nora Schwartz, Golden Scott, Vena Colvin,
Ethel Hammond, Mabel Claytor, Rena Taylor,
Louise Hayth, Henrietta Pendagrass, Helen Chenault,
Ella Humphrey, Ethel Davis, Viola Bauer,
Dora Manson, Cora Hatfield, Geneva Whaley,
Hazel Rapp, LuLu Hatfield, Bessie Templeton
Ross and Ray Claytor, Walter (1899-21 Jan 1973) and Edwin Maloy,
Mason, Shelby and Auburn Manson,
Ray and Carl Schwartz, Floyd (1 May 1896-11 Feb 1973) and Arlo Scott,
Otto and Wells Colvin, Hugh Chenault, Walter Richardson
Neil Scott (16 Nov 1896-18 Aug 1910), Stanley Harris (29 Mar 1897-30 Jan 1944), and Ivan Ray (10 Mar 1896-15 Mar 1956)
Eighth graders who passed entrance exam and entitled to enter high school from Jackson township. April 11 1930 Gene Hartley, Waldren Glassburn, Mary Brewer, Woodrow Reisinger, Leslie Frick, Juanita Jackson1 May 1930 Waverly Watchman
Back Row left to right: Matilda Scott, unknown, Peg Harrison, Orville Oyer, Birdy Bauer, Mearl O. Scott the teacher, Corbett Harris, Dorothy Scott, ,-----Leffler, Henry George.
Row two- unknown, Mary French, Helen Nichols, unknown, Jean Scott, unknown, unknown, unknown.
Bottom row-unknown, Bob Franklin, unknown and Don Whaley.
Waverly Watchman 29 March 1943
Earl Vince Scott
2nd Lt. Dean E. Scott
Dean Scott and Elsie Anderson Scott
Donald E. SCOTT left Ruth Whaley Scott and Floyd B. Scott Jr right
Picture from Jackie Scott Juliano
Scotts in Jackson Township, Pike Co., Ohio
Kneeling: Vince Scott and Tom George First Row: Madison Irwin, Max Irwin, M.O. Scott, Elsie Scott, Jack Scott Second Row: Bobby Scott, Chris Voelker, Jim Scott, Dean Scott
Omega picture, taken about 1905-06 in front of John D. Scott's home. Annie McKinney was a neighbor girl who was 'photo-shopped' out by someone covering her with a stump
A picture of William Marion SCOTT, Jr. b. 28 Feb 1857 d. 12 Dec 1943 (my Great-Great Uncle) and his family. William Marion SCOTT, Jr. and Edward SCOTT were brothers.
Information from Jackie Scott Juliano.
Obit Floyd B Scott Sr.
Chillicothe Gazette 12 Feb 1973
M.O. Scott, Chris Voelker, Ivan Scott, Elsie Anderson Scott, Dean Scott, Vince Scott. Taken in 1942 or 1943
Donald E. Scott
Picture from Jackie Scott Juliano
Floyd B. Scott Sr.
Picture from Jackie Scott Juliano
SCOTT Dean Elman Scott, age 82, passed away Tuesday, January 8, 2008. He was born on August 19, 1925, to the late Mearl O. and Elsie (Anderson) Scott. Dean was a WWII USAAF veteran, a 32nd degree Mason with the Blue Lodge in Waverly, and was an accountant for Countrymark for over 35 years. In addition to his parents, Dean was preceded in death by his sister-in-law Judy Scott. Survived by his wife, Sue (Bradney) Scott; daughter and son-in-law, Pamela and David A. Hamann; grandchildren, Katie, Maddie, Thomas, and Olivia, all of Sunbury, OH; brothers, Earl Vincent (Betty) Scott and Ivan Aubry Scott; nieces and nephews. Memorial service will be held 3 p.m. Saturday, January 12, 2008, at the Church of the Good Shepherd, 6176 Sharon Woods Blvd., where the family will receive friends from 1 p.m. until the time of service. Pastor Don Wallick, officiating. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Church of the Good Shepherd. "Sign the online guestbook at www.dispatch.com/obituaries"
Earl Vincent Scott, 88 of Newland Ridge Road, Waverly, Ohio passed away Thursday September 8, 2016 at his home. He was born May 28, 1928 in Omega, Ohio, son of the late M.O. “Mearl” Scott and Elsie F. Anderson Scott. On December 29, 1957 Vince was united in marriage to Betty Sharp Scott who survives. Also surviving are four nieces.
In addition to his parents, Vince was preceded in death by two brothers, Dean and Ivan Scott.
Vince was a member of the Omega United Methodist Church, a graduate of The Ohio State University, was a retired Soil Conservationist for the United States Department of Agriculture and a U.S. Army veteran having served during the Korean Conflict.
Funeral services will be held 2:00 p.m. Sunday September 11, 2016 at the Botkin Hornback Funeral Home in Waverly, with Pastor Keith Richardson. Burial will follow in Omega Cemetery, Waverly. Friends may call at the funeral home from 6-8 p.m. Saturday and from noon until the service on Sunday.
Tom Placier grandparents, Sylvester Arlie and Marie Fornia Scott in front of their home in Omega in 1924. Marie is holding their first child, Tom's Aunt Julia Scott
Tom Placier collection
Vince, Dean, Jerry M., Ivan, Max Irwin
Elaine Nichols Tipton, Can you help me with a Scott family line? I have a Jennie Scott, b. 1909, d. 1993, who m. Perry S. Acord (my 2nd cousin, 2xr).
Jackie Juliano says parents of Jennie Scott are John D. Scott b. 1852 d. 1931 and Mary Edith Compston b. 1869 d. 1944 (Mary was John's 2nd wife).
Waverly Watchman 26 Apr 1945