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Scott Family of Lawton, OK
Posted by: Brenda Bridges (ID *****1655) Date: February 07, 2005 at 10:43:38
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I am looking for "Scott" researchers, from the Lawton, OK area. My GGrandmother, Lula Nellie List Evans, married as her second husband, a Mr. James Edward Scott in Lawton, OK.

My Grandmother Edna Beatrice Scott and her brother Eddie Scott, were born to this union. At some point later (Grandma was in her early teens) GGrandmother Nellie and Mr. Scott divorced. Mr. Scott never made contact with his two children again. It was reported that he moved to Texas and started another family. My Great Uncle Eddie Scott searched and found his father (after her was grown). He made a trip to Texas to see him and returned home very hurt, and never tried to make contact again. My Grandmother and her brother never spoke of their father. It is very important to me in my research to learn what I can of him.

My GGrandmother Nellie, prior to marrying Mr. Scott, was married to a Mr. Evans and had two children with him ( Lula Mae Evans (Wilson) and James Bud Evans.

GGrandmother Nellie has a sister, Ida List who married a Mr. Kirkpatrick in Lawton, OK and raised 12 or 13 children there.

I would love to make contact with anyone who might be researching any of these line, who might lend info or advice on my Scott relations.

You are welcome to e-mail privately is necessary.

Thanks to all
Brenda Bridges

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