Romilda Sbarboro

F, b. 8 September 1883, d. 27 March 1986
     Romilda Sbarboro was born on 8 September 1883 at California. She married Guido Joseph Musto. Romilda Sbarboro died on 27 March 1986 at San Mateo Co., CA, at age 102. She was buried in 1986 at Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery, Colma, San Mateo Co., CA, Findagrave #106575162.

Child of Romilda Sbarboro and Guido Joseph Musto

Edward Reeves Scales

M, b. 25 December 1911, d. 27 April 2003
     Edward Reeves Scales was born on 25 December 1911 at Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. He was the son of Joseph Hugh Scales and Elizabeth Wiley Reeves. Edward Reeves Scales married Isabelle Muir Castleman on 17 November 1934 at Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY, The Courier-Journal, Louisville, Kentucky; Sunday,
18 November 1934; Page 28; (


Miss Isabelle Muir Castleman and Mr. Edward R. Scales Married Saturday.

The wedding of Miss Isabelle Muir Castleman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T. Castleman and Mr. Edward Reeves Scales, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hugh Scales, took lace at 4:30 O'clock Saturday afternoon at the Warren Memorial Presbyterian Church,

The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Dr. Horace Cady Wildon, assisted by the Rev. Dr. Charles W. Welch.

The chancel was banked with palms and ferns and white chrysanthemums. The pews for the families were marked with white standards topped with white chrysanthemums. The musical program was in charge of Miss Mary Stuart, organist of the church, assisted by Mr. Karl Schmidt on the violincello and Mrs. J. T. Carlton on the harp. Mrs. J. Edward Jones of Scarsdale, N. Y., sang two solos before the ceremony.

The same church was the scene of the wedding of the bride's parents twenty-four years ago. The same white satin pillows upon which the bride's parents kneeled at their wedding were used in the ceremony Saturday afternoon. Miss Joan Castleman was her sister's maid of honor and Misses Lillian Manger and Isabelle Manger, cousins of the bride from Pelham Manor, N.Y. were the bridesmaids.

Mr. Robert Herndon Mercke was the best man and the ushers were Messrs. Harry Weissinger Castleman, brother of the bride; Keith Spears, Hugh Shwab, Jr., Richard Hilliard, W. K. Brown, Norman Roche, Paul Dow, Marion L. Short of New York, Davis W. Gunter and C. A. Gunter, both of St. Louis.

The bride who was given in marriage by her father, wore her mother's wedding gown of ivory satin, which was made on princess lines with a circular flounce embroidered in bead pearls. The gown was almost covered with priceless point d'Angletierre lace. The court train of satin was attached at the shoulders with ornaments of seed pearls. The headdress was a network of pearls from which fell the veil;, which was made of two wide lace veils joined with tulle and outlined with pearls. The veil fell to the end of the train.

She carried the white prayer book which was used by her mother at her wedding and a lace handkerchief of her great-great grandmother and a small bouquet of white orchids and lilies of the valley.

The maid of honor wore a blue moire taffeta gown made on princess lines with a long flowing skirt and a bateau neckline.

The short sleeves were edged in silver. A silver girdle fell into a short train. On her head she wore a Juliet cap of silver, and carried a French bouquet of pink roses, forget-me-nots and lilies of the valley.

The bridesmaids wore dresses of dusty pink taffeta, with full skirts and short violet velvet jackets, and carried small violet muffs to which were fastened bouquets. They wore small violet velvet hats.

The bride's mother wore a French model in black velvet, with the upper part of gold sequins, and hip length black velvet cape. Her hat of black velvet was turned up at the back with two ostrich tips shot with gold. She wore a shoulder bouquet of yellow orchids.

The bridegroom's mother wore a sapphire blue velvet gown with a hat to match and a shoulder bouquet of gardenias.

Mrs. Julius manger wore a brown silk gown with pink lame sleeves and a hat to match, with a shoulder bouquet of orchids.

Mrs. George Staunton Tiffany wore a brown lame gown with brown velvet hat and sable furs.

The ceremony was followed by a reception at the Pendennis Club given by the bride's aunt, Mrs. Julius Manger and Mr. manger as a wedding present to the young couple. The reception was held in the main dining room. The guests were received at one end of the room before the fireplace, which was banked with green foliage and white chrysanthemums. At the other end of the room was the buffet table? ? which had as its central ornament the five tiered wedding cake, with a miniature bride and groom on the top. The bride cut the first slice of the cake before sitting down at the bridal table.

The bridal table which was placed in the Independence room was decorated in white and silver. In the center of the round table was a silver centerpiece filled with white flowers with two floral end pieces, two tall candelabra and four silver candlesticks bearing white tapirs. At this table were seated Messrs. and Mesdames Edward Reeves Scales, Robert H. Mercke, Keith C. Spears, Jacob Bond Winston, Misses Isabelle Manger, Lillian Manger, Joan Castleman, Alice Castleman, Marie Castleman, Elizabeth Willett, Elizabeth Gordon, Susan Laurent, Constance Clark, Hise Norton, Mary Chenault, Van Winkin, Emily Owen, Helen Hilliard, Marguerite Borntraeger of Pittsburgh, Messrs. Richard Hilliard, Hugh Shwab, Jr., Arthur Peter, Jr., Irwin Abell, Jr., William K. Brown, Robert Riddell, Norman Rocne, Harry Volz, Henry Weissinger Castleman, Paul Dow, David W. Gunter, C. A. Gunter, Marion I. Short and Muir Humphrey.

Several hundred guests were present at the reception. Among the out-of-town guests were Col. George S. Tiffany and Mrs. Tiffany of New York, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Manger, Misses Lillian and Isabelle Manger of Pelham Manor, N. Y., M. and Mrs. J. Edward Jones of Scarsdale, N. Y., Mrs. Margarite Bor.....ger of Pittsburgh, Mr. John Randolph of Cincinnati, Mr. Marion L. Short of New York, Mr. David W. Gunter and Mr. C. A. Gunter, both of St. Louis, Miss Anna Reeves, Mr. and Mrs. Prentiss Reeves, all of Knoxville, Mrs. Antionette Sutton of Johnson City, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Car... s of S......, N. Y., Mr. and Mrs. Harry Van Fisk of New York, Mr.? ? ....... Hancock of Paris, Ky., Mr. F. M. Pryor of New Castle, Ky,? ? .......................,
Mrs. Rober .......................... .....ville, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gaylord of St Louis

Mr. and Mrs. Scales left after the reception for a stay of several days in New York and will be at home after December 1 at 2222 Lauderdale Road.


Edward remarried to Lois Condon (1917 - 2008) before 1997. Isabelle remarried to George Raymond Pashley in September, 1963.

Obituary of Lois (Condon) Scales -- Herald Tribune; Sarasota, FL;? ? May 13, 2008; (Internet):

Scales, Lois Condon
Aug. 11, 1917 - May 8, 2008

Lois Condon Scales, Sarasota, died May 8, 2008.

She was born in Chatham, N.J., on Aug. 11, 1917. She moved to Sarasota in 1960, continuing her banking career with National Bank of Sarasota, now Bank of America.

She is survived by her son, Richard J. Hazen, and daughter-in-law, Janet H. Hazen, of Nokomis, Fla; granddaughters Cienne Dix of Hickory, N.C., and Lura Lentz of Roscoe, Ill; great-granddaughters Abigail Dix and Ellen Lentz; stepdaughters Margaret Davis of Mountain Brook, Ala., and Elizabeth Green of New Smyrna Beach, Fla; stepson Joseph Scales of New Smyrna Beach, Fla; and stepdaughter-in-law, Sharon Zell of San Diego, Calif., in addition to numerous loving step-grandchildren and step-great-grandchildren.

Lois was predeceased by her stepson, Samuel Scales, in 1997; and by her loving husband, Edward R. Scales, in 2003.

Services are graveside in Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville, Ky.

In lieu of flowers, the family request donations in Lois' memory to the donor's favorite charity.

Edward Reeves Scales and Isabelle Muir Castleman were divorced in June 1962 at Hardee Co., FL; Isabelle remarried to George R. Pashley (1900 - 1973) in SEP 1963 at Lee County, Florida. Edward remarried to Lois (Condon) Hazen in 1962 and she is buried with him at Cave Hill Cemetery. The Richard Hazen named in Edward's obituary was her son with her first husband. Edward Reeves Scales died on 27 April 2003 at Sarasota Co., FL, at age 91

Obituary -- (

Sarasota Herald-Tribune, April 29, 2003

EDWARD REEVES SCALES died on April 27, 2003 at the age of 91. He was born in Louisville, Kentucky on December 25, 1911. He first came to the Sarasota area in 1932 as a faculty member of Kentucky Military Institute and returned permanently in 1958, retiring from the Sarasota School System in 1983. After graduating from the University of Louisville, he obtained his Masters in Education from Murray State University. He was of the Episcopalian faith.

His wife Lois C. Scales; his four children, Joseph Scales, Margaret Davis, Elizabeth Green and Richard Hazen; and his loving and beloved 19 grandchildren and 28 great grandchildren survive him. He was predeceased by his son, Samuel Scales.

There will be no local visitation or services. His burial services will be held in May 2003 at Cave Hill Cemetery in Louisville, Kentucky. Donations in his memory may be made to Hospice or to the charity of your choice.

He was buried in 2003 at Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY, Findagrave #172675102.
Note: The Courier-Journal, Louisville, Kentucky; Saturday, 30 April 1921; Page 1; (

Fire Follows Blast In J. H. Scales Home

Explosion Heard As Flames Burst From Mocking Bird Valley Residence

Residents of Mocking Bird Valley moved pianos, carpets, bric-a-brac and heavy furniture at 4:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon when the home of Joseph H. Scales, treasure of the Belnap Hardware & Manufacturing Company, caught fire on the third floor and burned slowly downward. The structure of frame and stucco was destroyed. The loss was $25,000. partly covered by insurance. Several pieces of furniture on the second floor, prized as heirlooms, and nearly all the personal belongings of Mr. and Mrs. Scales were destroyed.

Mrs. Scales, her daughter, Miss Evelyn Scales, and her son, Edward Scales, 10 years old, were in the house at the time the fire was discovered. A sound like an explosion was heard, and, as Mrs. Scales began an investigation, neighbors ran in and reported that the third floor of the house was aflame. Mrs. Walter S. Clark, who lives a short distance away, called the Louisville Fire Department.

Through error the firemen took the wrong road and arrived after the structure was doomed. They prevented the spread of the fire to other buildings.

Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. Clark and many other neighbors, before the fire descended to the first floor, ran in and out of the building, carrying? ? out household effects and assisting servants in carrying out heavy furniture.

Although he had never driven an automobile before, little Edward Scales saved the automobile of his sister, Miss Evelyn Scales. The automobile was parked alongside of the house, and the flames were beginning to communicate to the top when he got in and drove it to safety.

Members of the Scales family were unable to account for the origin of the blaze. There was no fire in the furnace and no one was upstairs at the time.

Children of Edward Reeves Scales and Isabelle Muir Castleman

Evelyn Howe Scales

F, b. 4 June 1900, d. 30 January 1994
     Evelyn Howe Scales was born on 4 June 1900 at Pulaski, Pulaski Co., VA.1 She was the daughter of Joseph Hugh Scales and Elizabeth Wiley Reeves. Evelyn Howe Scales married Robert Herndon Mercke on 23 June 1923 at Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY, The Johnson City Staff, Johnson City, Tennessee; Tuesday, 12 June 1923; Page 5; (

Merrke-Scales (sic)

Jonesboro, June 12. -- Handsomely engraved cards bearing the following have been received by Jonesboro friends: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hugh Scales request the pleasure of your company at the marriage of their daughter Evelyn Howe, to Mr. Robert Herndon Merrke (sic), on Saturday, the twenty-third of June at 5 o'clock in the afternoon, Mocking Bird Valley, Louisville, Kentucky.

The bride-to-be is a granddaughter of the late Capt. Isaac E. Reeve (sic), a prominent lawyer of Jonesboro, and has visited friends here.

no children.

Evelyn remarried to Theodore A. Wacker (1901 - 1957) in 1951 at Punta Gorda, Florida, and was residing at Laurel, FL in 1957 when her mother and husband both passed. Evelyn remarrid a third time to Clement Dwight Shaw (1904 - 1988) in 1963, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, and was divorced from him in 1964.

Evelyn Howe Scales and Robert Herndon Mercke were divorced before 24 April 1944; Robert remarried to Helen Harman Bruster Maloney on 24 APR 1844 at Hillsborough County, Florida. They had a daughter, Sally Letitia (Mercke) Heym. Evelyn remarried to Theodore Alfred Wacker in 1951, and again to Clement Dwight Shaw in 1963.

Evelyn Howe Scales died on 30 January 1994 at Sarasota Co., FL, at age 93

Obituary -- Sarasota Herald-Tribune, Sarasota, FL;
Tuesday, February 01, 1994; Page: 96; (

Evelyn S. Wacker

Evelyn Scales Wacker, 93, Venice, died Jan. 30 1994.

She was born June 4, 1900, in Pulaski, Va., and came to Venice 44 years ago from Greens Farms, Conn. She was a portrait artist. She was a member of the Bath Club, Venice Area Art League, Venice Yacht Club and was a Kentucky Colonel.

Survivors include a brother, Edward R. Scales of Sarasota; two nieces; and two nephews.

There will be no services. Ewing Funeral Home is in charge. Memorial donations may be made to Venice Hospital Foundation, 108 Golf Drive, Venice 34285; or to a favorite charity.


  1. [S1701] 1910 Federal Census, Jefferson County, Kentucky. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 484; FHL #1374497.

Joseph Hugh Scales

M, b. 11 July 1870, d. 28 October 1945
     Joseph Hugh Scales was born on 11 July 1870 at Pulaski Co., VA, son of Joseph Henry and Olive (Howe) Scales of Pulaski County, Virginia.1 He lived in 1897 at Newbern, Pulaski Co., VA, per wedding article. He married Elizabeth Wiley Reeves, daughter of Isaac Edward Reeves and Mary Malinda Dosser, on 14 December 1897 at Methodist Episcopal Church, South, Jonesborough, Washington Co., TN, The Journal and Tribune, Knoxville, Tennessee; Sunday, 19 DEC 1897, p.4 (


Special to The Tribune

Jonesboro, Dec. 19. -- The marriage of Mr. Joseph Hugh Scales, of Newbern, Va., to Miss Elizabeth Wiley Reeves, has been the event of the past week. The wedding took place in the M. E. Church, South, at 3 o.clock on Tuesday afternoon, and was largely attended. The spacious church was inadequate to accommodate the throng which assembled. The church was beautifully and most appropriately decorated with evergreens and flowers which added much to the cheer of the occasion. Rev. Mr. French, who pronounced the marital vows, was stationed within the altar rail, and met the members of the bridal party as they approached the chancel.

The contracting parties were preceded by the attending couples who arranged themselves in a semi-circle in front of the altar. The wedding march of Mendelsohn was played by Prof. C. E. Dilworth.

Mr. Scales, accompanied by his best man, Mr. William P. Reeves, brother of the bride; and the bride, accompanied by her father, passed through the aisles heading to the altar.

The bride wore green satin and novelty brown, which was universally admired. She carried a beautiful bouquet of bride's roses. The maid of honor was arrayed in gray and violet with brown fur trimmings, and carried Marschal Neil roses. The attendants were Miss Katherine Deaderick, of Jonesboro, as maid of honor, and as bridesmaids Miss Kathleen, sister of the bride, Miss Neil Hoss, Jonesboro; Miss Bessie Taylor, Bristol; Miss Alva Watson, Newbern, Va. The gentlemen attendants were R. L. Jordan, Radford, Va; W. H. Pepper, Rural Retreat, Va; Tom A. Davis, Knoxville.

Those acting as ushers were Harvey Dosser, Morristown; E. E. Wiley, H. H. Kirkpatrick and Fred Gresham, Jonesboro. Immediately after the wedding Mr. and Mrs. Scales left for Washington City where they will spend a few days, after which they will be at home to their friends at Newbern, Va. The young lady whom Mr. Scales has claimed as his bride is from one of the representative families of East Tennessee. She is also popular and highly esteemed by all who know her. Mr. Scales is one of Virginia's promising young men. He is at present traveling salesman for a leading hardware establishment of Louisville, Ky., and takes high rank as a business manager.

Occupation: VP, Citizens Union National Bank, Louisville in 1935. Joseph Hugh Scales died on 28 October 1945 at Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY, at age 75

Obituary -- The Courier-Journal, Louisville, Kentucky; Monday, 29 OCT 1945, p.7 (

Joseph Hugh Scales, Ex-Banker, Dies at 75

Joseph High Scales, 75, retired vice-president and director fo the Citizens Union National Bank and a Democratic County commissioner for a short period in 1927, died at 3 p.m. Sunday at his home, 1410 Cherokee Road. He had been ill for eight years.

A native of Pulaski, Va., Scales came to Louisville in 1901 and joined the Belknap Hardware & Manufacturing Company as a salesman. He later became credit manager of the company and when illness forced his retirement he was vice-president and director of the company.

He became vice-president of the Citizens Union National bank in 1935 after serving for 20 years as a director. Considered an authority on credit, he was elected vice-president and a director of the National Association of Credit Men.

Scales served as district campaign chairman for Alben W. Barkley when the present Kentucky senator was an unsuccessful candidate for the Democratic nomination for Governor in 1923. He was named a member of the original City Civil Service Board and chairman of the group during the fourth year of his term.

Active In Church Affairs

An elder in Fourth Avenue Presbyterian Church, Scales served as superintendent of its Sunday School for more than 15 years. He was chairman of a Presbyterian committee that raised more than $300,000 for benevolences several years ago.

He was a member of the Filson, Pendennis and Louisville County Clubs and the Southern Society of New York.

Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth R. Scales; a sister, Mrs. David Agnew, Leonia, N.J; a daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Howe Scales; a son, Edward R. Scales, and four grandchildren.

He was buried in 1945 at Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY, Findagrave #172675201.

Children of Joseph Hugh Scales and Elizabeth Wiley Reeves


  1. [S1701] 1910 Federal Census, Jefferson County, Kentucky. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 484; FHL #1374497.

Joseph Hugh Scales III

M, b. 25 September 1935, d. 23 June 2008
     Joseph Hugh Scales III was born on 25 September 1935 at Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. He was the son of Edward Reeves Scales and Isabelle Muir Castleman. Joseph Hugh Scales III lived in 1992 at Grant, Brevard Co., FL. He lived in 1999 at Palm Bay, Brevard Co., FL. He lived in 2007 at New Smyrna Beach, Volusia Co., FL. He died on 23 June 2008 at Volusia Co. (probably), FL, at age 72 per SSDI, last residence New Smyrna Beach. He was buried in 2008 at Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY, Findagrave #172675187.

Joseph Hugh Scales Jr.

M, b. 29 July 1907, d. 12 August 1928
     Joseph Hugh Scales Jr. was born on 29 July 1907 at Jefferson Co., KY.1 He was the son of Joseph Hugh Scales and Elizabeth Wiley Reeves. Joseph Hugh Scales Jr. lived in 1928 at Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY, student, per 1928 city directory. He died on 12 August 1928 at Long Island Sound, Watch Hill, Washington Co., RI, at age 21

Obituary -- The Courier-Journal, Louisville, Kentucky; Saturday, 08 September 1928; Page 24; (

Memorial For Scales Arranged

Memorial services have been arranged for Sunday, immediately after morning services at the Fourth Avenue Presbyterian Church, Fourth and Kentucky Streets, for Joseph Hugh Scales, Jr., 21 years old, son of the vice president of the Belnap Hardware and manufacturing Company, it was announced Friday.

Young Scales, a junior at Princeton University, was drowned with three companions August 12 when a sailboat in which they were returning to Watch Hill, R. I., from Fisher's island, capsized. Neither his body nor the bodies of his companions, John McIlvain and Lloyd Bankson, Philadelphia, and Trowbridge Cottrell, Westerly, R. I., were recovered. John B. Collohan, Jr., East Philadelphia, a fifth member of the party, was rescued.

The Rev. Dr. Charles W. Welch, pastor of the church, is making arrangements for the memorial service.

Cause of death: The Courier-Journal, Louisville, Kentucky; Tuesday, 14 August 1928; Page 1 & 2; (

Survivor Tells How Scales and 3 Pals Were Lost

Wind Spills Sailboat In Choppy Sea

Five Swim Around for Time and Then Cling to Craft.

Only One Wins Fight

Father and Cousin Leave Here for East to Aid In Search.

Westerly, R.I., Aug. 13 (AP)-- The sole survivor of a quintette of young college men whose fifteen-foot sailboat capsized in Fisher; Sound Sunday night, John B. Colohan, at the Westerly Hospital today told how his four comrades were drowned.

The four men, whose bodies have not been recovered, were Joseph Hugh Scales, Jr., 20 years old, Louisville, Ky; Trowbridge Cottrell, 20, Westerly; John McIlvain, 19, of Ardmore, Penn., and Lloyd G. Bankson, 21, of Philadelphia,

Colohan and the four other men were spending their vacations at Watch Hill, R. I. Colohan told newspaper men that the quintette left Watch Hill for Fisher's Island about 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon. They went in McIlvain's fifteen-foot Alden type sailboat. The trip over was uneventful. Early in the evening, he said, they started back.

Tipped By Wind

"It was about fifteen minutes before dusk when a sudden gust of wind hit the sail and tipped us over," Colohan said. "I judged we were about half a mile from the entrance to Little Narragansett Bay. We all climbed to the bottom of the boat and tried to right the craft. We got her up once but she went over on the other side. none of us had knives and we couldn't cut the sail off.

"We swam around for a while trying to get her righted, and then we all climbed on the side and hung on as best we could. Cottell was the first to disappear. I don't know just how it was except that all of a sudden he was gone. I think McIlvain started to swim ashore. He was the next to disappear."

After the disappearance of McIlvain, Colohan, clinging to the capsized craft, apparently lost consciousness, for he could not remember much of the night except that waves frequently broke over them and that he saw a searchlight. Later a power boat passed fairly near, but his attempt to hail it failed. He could not recall whether Bankson and Scales lost their grip on the boat or whether they attempted to swim for shore.

Found Delirious.

Ten hours after the boat capsized, George Adams, Noank, Conn., fisherman on his way to the Block Island fishing grounds, saw the Alden floating on her side and a man lying across the hull. He made for the wreck to find Colohan delirious from exhaustion and shock. It was only with difficulty that Adams got the youth aboard his own craft.

The rescue was effected about four miles southwest of Watch Hill Light. Adams took the rescued man into the Watch Hill coast guard station, where Colohan, scarcely able to stand and his arms rigid from their long cramped position, was wrapped in hot blankets. Later he was taken to Westerly Hospital, where he is apparently out of danger.

Coast guard and private boats and airplanes have been searching for the four bodies for hours without success.

Father, Cousin Leave

Joseph Hugh Scales, Sr., vice president of the Belnap hardware & Manufacturing Company, father of Joseph Hugh Scales, Jr., 20, years old, one of four youths believed to have been drowned when their sailboat overturned in heavy seas off Watch Hill, R.I., and Pinkney Reeves Allen, a member of the news staff of The Times, a cousin, left Louisville Monday for the Rhode Island summer colony.

Mr. Scales was first notified of the tragedy by Mrs. W. H. Andrews of Watch Hill, an aunt of John McIlvain, Philadelphia, another of the youths reported lost. Mrs. Andrews later confirmed the message in a long distance telephone conversation with Mr. Scales.

Young Scales was a junior at Princeton University and was [a for]mer student at Louisville male High School and the Lawrenceville, N. J. Preparatory School. His father did not know he was in Rhode island, but supposed he had gone there with friends for the week-end. His mother, a sister, Mrs. Evelyn Scales Mercke, and a brother, Edward Scales, are at Wequetonsing, Mich.


  1. [S1701] 1910 Federal Census, Jefferson County, Kentucky. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 484; FHL #1374497.

Samuel Castleman Scales

M, b. 14 October 1940, d. 20 June 1997
     Samuel Castleman Scales was born on 14 October 1940 at Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. He was the son of Edward Reeves Scales and Isabelle Muir Castleman. Samuel Castleman Scales began military service on 22 January 1964 Vietnam War service, U.S. Army, enlisted, discharged 12 MAY 1965. He lived in 1994 at Longwood, Seminole Co., FL. He died on 20 June 1997 at age 56

Obituary -- Orlando Sentinel, Orlando, Florida; Sunday, June 22, 1997, Edition: METRO, p.B4:

56, Smokerise Boulevard, Longwood, died Friday, June 20. Mr. Scales was a sales manager for Hughes Supply Inc.

Born in Louisville, Ky., he moved to Central Florida in 1972. He was Episcopalian and a member of Rio Pinar Country Club. He was also an Army veteran of the Vietnam War.

Survivors: wife, Barbara; daughters, Martha, Lindsey, Samantha, all of Longwood; father and stepmother, Edward R. and Lois, Sarasota; brother, Joseph H., Grant; sisters, Margaret Davis, Birmingham, Ala., Elizabeth Green, New Smyrna Beach; stepbrother, Richard Hazen, Nokomis. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home, Altamonte Springs.

Catherine Frances Scanlan

F, b. 1 November 1923, d. 19 June 2008
     Catherine Frances Scanlan was born on 1 November 1923. She married Gerald Ellis Morford, son of James Ellis Morford and Henrietta Holderby. Catherine Frances Scanlan died on 19 June 2008 at age 84. She was buried in June 2008 at Palisade Cemetery, Palisade, Mesa Co., CO, Findagrave #48627235.

Lucy M. Scanland1

F, b. 26 December 1890, d. August 1976
     Lucy M. Scanland was born on 26 December 1890 at Virginia.1 She was the daughter of William Jackson Scanland and Mary E. (?) Lucy M. Scanland married George Abraham Bowman, son of John Robert Bowman and Nancy E. S. Harrison, circa 1914.1 Lucy M. Scanland died in August 1976 at Roanoke Co., VA, at age 85 Dates per SSDI, last residence Roanoke (city.)

Children of Lucy M. Scanland and George Abraham Bowman


  1. [S3415] 1920 Federal Census, Roanoke County, Virginia. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Roll 1908.
  2. [S2415] 1910 Federal Census, Lawrence County, Kentucky. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 491; FHL #1374504.

William Jackson Scanland

M, b. 8 October 1861, d. 1 January 1953
     William Jackson Scanland was born on 8 October 1861 at Montgomery Co., VA. He married Mary E. (?). William Jackson Scanland died on 1 January 1953 at Montgomery Co., VA, at age 91.

Child of William Jackson Scanland and Mary E. (?)

Hugh Scanlon

     Hugh Scanlon married Georgia Shirk, daughter of William St. Clair Shirk and Georgia Smith, on 29 December 1910.

James C. Scantlin1

F, b. circa 1872
     James C. Scantlin was born circa 1872 at St. James Twp., Phelps Co., MO.1 She was the daughter of William F. Scantlin and Mary Ann Davault.1


  1. [S1284] 1880 Federal Census, Gasconade County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 686; FHL #1254686.

John B. Scantlin1

M, b. circa 1815
     John B. Scantlin was born circa 1815 at Virginia.1 He married Mahala (?) circa 1839.1

Child of John B. Scantlin and Mahala (?)


  1. [S1279] 1860 Federal Census, Gasconade County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 619; FHL #803619.

Melissa Scantlin1

F, b. circa 1868
     Melissa Scantlin was born circa 1868 at St. James Twp., Phelps Co., MO.1 She was the daughter of William F. Scantlin and Mary Ann Davault.1


  1. [S1281] 1870 Federal Census, Phelps County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 797; FHL #552296.

Rollins Scantlin1

M, b. circa 1869
     Rollins Scantlin was born circa 1869 at St. James Twp., Phelps Co., MO.1 He was the son of William F. Scantlin and Mary Ann Davault.1


  1. [S1281] 1870 Federal Census, Phelps County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 797; FHL #552296.

William F. Scantlin1

M, b. circa 1843
     William F. Scantlin was born circa 1843 at Missouri.1 He was the son of John B. Scantlin and Mahala (?)2 William F. Scantlin married Mary Ann Davault, daughter of Samuel Harvey Davault and Alvira Foley, circa 1867.1

Children of William F. Scantlin and Mary Ann Davault


  1. [S1281] 1870 Federal Census, Phelps County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 797; FHL #552296.
  2. [S1279] 1860 Federal Census, Gasconade County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 619; FHL #803619.
  3. [S1284] 1880 Federal Census, Gasconade County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 686; FHL #1254686.

John S. Scarborough

M, b. 29 May 1901
     John S. Scarborough was born on 29 May 1901 at Fannin Co. (probably), TX.1 He was the son of Samuel R. Scarborough and Rad (?)1,2 John S. Scarborough married Marcela Tatum, daughter of Telemachus Edwin Tatum and Orlena Jane Austin, on 22 July 1942 at Miller Co., AR.


  1. [S2201] 1910 Federal Census, Fannin County, Texas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 1547; FHL #1375560.
  2. [S2191] 1900 Federal Census, Fannin County, Texas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1633; FHL #1241633.

Melinda Virginia Scarborough

F, b. 22 July 1850, d. 25 December 1931
     Melinda Virginia Scarborough was born on 22 July 1850 at Arkansas.1 She married Redden Collins on 7 February 1869 at Hopkins Co., TX. Melinda Virginia Scarborough died on 25 December 1931 at age 81. She was buried in December 1931 at Como Cemetery, Como, Hopkins Co., TX, Findagrave #53047977.

Child of Melinda Virginia Scarborough and Redden Collins


  1. [S4879] 1920 Federal Census, Hopkins County, Texas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Rolls 1816-17; FHL #1821816-17.

Samuel R. Scarborough1

M, b. circa 1876
     Samuel R. Scarborough was born circa 1876 at Mississippi.1 He married Rad (?) circa 1900.2

Child of Samuel R. Scarborough and Rad (?)


  1. [S2201] 1910 Federal Census, Fannin County, Texas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 1547; FHL #1375560.
  2. [S2191] 1900 Federal Census, Fannin County, Texas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1633; FHL #1241633.

Ova Mae Scarbrough

     Ova Mae Scarbrough married John Jackson Farr.

Child of Ova Mae Scarbrough and John Jackson Farr

James Claire Scarelet

M, b. 11 August 1886, d. 4 December 1984
     James Claire Scarelet was born on 11 August 1886 at Milton, Atchison Co., MO; son of William W. and Emmer Alice (Graves) Scarlett. He married Fern Seymour circa 1914. James Claire Scarelet died on 4 December 1984 at Albion, Boone Co., NE, at age 98. He was buried in December 1984 at Rose Hill Cemetery, Albion, Boone Co., NE, Findagrave #147101209.

Child of James Claire Scarelet and Fern Seymour

Caroline F. Scarff1

F, b. circa 1848, d. after 8 June 1880
     Caroline F. Scarff was also known as "Carrie".2 She was born circa 1848 at Indiana Father born England, mother born Indiana, per 1880 census.1,2 She married John Prothero on 10 September 1863 at Montgomery Co., OH. Caroline F. Scarff died after 8 June 1880 possibly she lived into the 20th century -- a Carrie Prothero is listed in the 1914 Detroit, Michigan, city directory.

Child of Caroline F. Scarff and John Prothero


  1. [S564] 1870 Federal Census, Clark County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 1180; FHL #552679.
  2. [S229] 1880 Federal Census, Clark County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 999; FHL #1254999.

Lottie Scarff

     Lottie Scarff married Noble Carroll.

Child of Lottie Scarff and Noble Carroll

Maxine Miller Scarff

F, b. 13 February 1932, d. 20 August 2019
     Maxine Miller Scarff was born on 13 February 1932 at New Carlisle, Clark Col, OH, daughter of Maxwell W. and Ina Pearl (Studebaker) Scarff, first married Richard W. Goodall (1928 - 1992) in 1954. She married Col. Richard Lee Schildknecht, son of Wilbur C. Schildknecht and Edna Gertrude Semler, on 24 September 2005 at Clark Co., OH. Maxine Miller Scarff died on 20 August 2019 at Troy, Miami Co., OH, at age 87. She was buried in August 2019 at New Carlisle Cemetery, New Carlisle, Clark Co., OH, Findagrave #16990724.

Zeta Eloise Scarlett

F, b. 25 January 1924, d. 23 July 1994
     Zeta Eloise Scarlett was born on 25 January 1924 at Fairfax, Atchison Co., MO. She was the daughter of James Claire Scarelet and Fern Seymour. Zeta Eloise Scarlett married Kenneth Carl Munsinger, son of Royal David Munsinger and Cora Melvina Holton. Zeta Eloise Scarlett died on 23 July 1994 at Sterling, Logan Co., CO, at age 70. She was buried in July 1994 at Rose Hill Cemetery, Albion, Boone Co., NE, Findagrave #149663007.

Children of Zeta Eloise Scarlett and Kenneth Carl Munsinger

(?) Scatterday

     (?) Scatterday married Frances M. Snyder after April 1940.

Doris Ann Scattergood

F, b. 30 September 1906
     Doris Ann Scattergood was born on 30 September 1906 at Salem, Columbiana Co., OH. She was the daughter of Galen Scattergood and Mabel Annie Sprowl. Doris Ann Scattergood married Alexander Sommerville, son of John Sommerville and Eve Ann Longbottom, on 15 June 1927 at Damascus, Columbiana Co., OH.

Galen Scattergood

     Galen Scattergood married Mabel Annie Sprowl.

Child of Galen Scattergood and Mabel Annie Sprowl

Lloyd Mills Scattergood

M, b. 9 September 1929, d. 20 November 1969
     Lloyd Mills Scattergood was born on 9 September 1929 at Laurel Springs, Camden Co., NJ. He married Elizabeth Christine Stauffer. Lloyd Mills Scattergood died on 20 November 1969 at near Owings Mills, Baltimore Co., MD, at age 40. Cause of death: semi-trailer truck crash due to brake failure. He was buried in November 1969 at Meadow Branch Cemetery, Westminster, Carroll Co., MD, Findagrave #23121668.

Robert E. Scearce

M, b. 12 January 1867, d. 7 March 1936
     Robert E. Scearce lived between 1867 and 1936 at Plattsburg, Clinton Co., MO, Real estate, loan, and insurance businessman in partnership with T. H. Swann, doing business as Swhann & Scearce. Member of Plattsburg Christian church, serving as deacon for several years. Served a term as Clinton county recorder. He was born on 12 January 1867 at Clinton Co., MO; son of Robert L. and Mary Marcella (Biggerstaff) Scearce. He married Gertrude Artz, daughter of Edwin Artz and Mary Helen Dixon, on 17 October 1900 at Plattsburg, Clinton Co., MO, no surviving children. Robert E. Scearce died on 7 March 1936 at Plattsburg, Clinton Co., MO, at age 69.