Person:Scott Knotts (1)

Watchers
m. 10 Feb 1901
  1. Lee KnottsAbt 1902 -
  2. Sadie KnottsAbt 1904 - 1983
  3. Unnamed son Knotts1905 -
  4. Reva KnottsAbt 1906 -
  5. Thomas V. Knotts1907 - 1921
  6. Cecil Knotts1910 - 1991
  7. Scott Knotts1912 - 1977
  8. Dr. Bernard Knotts1918 - 1979
Facts and Events
Name Scott Knotts
Gender Male
Birth[1] 30 Jun 1912 Chloe, Calhoun Co., West Virginia, United States
Death? 28 Mar 1977 Lexington, Fayette Co., Kentucky, United StatesVA Medical Center
Burial? Eventide Cemetery, Roane Co., West Virginia, United States

Birth Record Detail... Name: Scott Knotts Birth Date: 30 Jun 1912 Birth Place: Chloe, Calhoun, West Virginia Sex: Male Mother: Ettie Duffield Mother's Age: Mother's Birth Place: Father: Charles Clinton Knotts Published in The Roane County Reporter Thursday, March 31, 1977

Scott Knotts, 64, of Spencer died Monday, March 28, in the Lexington, Kentucky Veterans Hospital.

He was born at Chloe, Calhoun County, son of the late Charles and Ettie Duffield Knotts, was a World War II veteran and a construction worker.

Survivors include his wife, Etta Jarvis Knotts, six sisters, Mrs. Sadie Arnold of Vienna, Mrs. Reva Gibson of Ivydale, Mrs. Marie Arnold and Mrs. Opal Weekley, both of Minnora, Mrs. Jean Woods of Charleston, and Mrs. Juanita Siers of Fayetteville; two brothers, Cecil Knotts of Barberton, and Dr. Bernard Knotts of Buckhannon.

Services were held Friday, April 1 at the Sinnett Funeral Home in Spencer with the Rev. Johnnie Alfred officiating, and burial was in Eventide Cemetery.

Transcribed by Francis (Kay) Walker and contributed to MyFamily/Calhoun, Roane, Braxton & Clay Tombstone site October 11, 2005.

References
  1. West Virginia, United States. Vital Research Records Search Selection. (West Virginia, United States: West Virginia Archives and History).

    Birth record

  2.   United States. 1920 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T625)
    Washington, Calhoun Co, WV.
  3.   Obituary.

    See obit in his Notes.