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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. James7 Carl DAUGHTERTY: Birth: 8 JUL 1900 in Ladoga, Montgomery County, Indiana. Death: 27 SEP 1976 in Indianapolis, Indiana

  2. Anna7 Scott DAUGHTERTY: Birth: 7 DEC 1902 in Ladoga, Montgomery County, Indiana. Death: 1979 in Prospect, Kentucky

  3. Matilda7 Jane DAUGHERTY: Birth: BET 1903 AND 1915 in unknown. Death: BEF 2003 in unknown

  4. Andrew7 Jackson DAUGHTERTY: Birth: 20 APR 1907 in Ladoga, Montgomery County, Indiana. Death: 1973 in Virginia Beach, Virgina

  5. Letha7 Rachel DAUGHTERTY: Birth: 17 DEC 1912 in Indianapolis, Indiana. Death: 17 JAN 1955 in Indianapolis, Indiana


Sources
1. Title:   World Family Tree European Origins Vol. E1, Ed. 1
Page:   Tree #0447
Author:   Br�derbund Software, Inc.
Publication:   Release date: September 15, 1997

Notes
a. Note:   [Br�derbund WFT European Origins Vol. E1, Ed. 1, Tree #0447, Date of Import: Mar 22, 2003]
  Letha Moten Scott was named after her mother's twin sisters, Letha and Moten. Letha's father, Alexander M. Scott, said his family Bible had her birth as 16 May, instead of 14 May. The 1880 Census showed her born in 1872, instead of '74. The 1900 Census spelled her name "Leatha." She was raised in Ladoga and was married in her parents' home 19 September 1895 to Harry Daugherty, also from a Ladoga family.
  When Letha and her sisters were married, her father, Alexander M. Scott, gave them the choice of a cow or a sewing machine. Letha took the sewing machine, used it, and taught her daughters to sew. Harry Daugherty gave Letha, his bride, a baby grand piano for their wedding. Harry and Letha lost their first baby 2 years after they were married and didn't have Carl until 3 years after that. Letha was a Daughter of the American Revolution (#202406), having applied 24 July 1924.
  She died 17 Jan 1955, Indianapolis, and is buried in Sect 58, Crown Hill Cemetery. [Br�derbund WFT European Origins Vol. E1, Ed. 1, Tree #0447, Date of Import: Dec 30, 2003]
  Letha Moten Scott was named after her mother's twin sisters, Letha and Moten. Letha's father, Alexander M. Scott, said his family Bible had her birth as 16 May, instead of 14 May. The 1880 Census showed her born in 1872, instead of '74. The 1900 Census spelled her name "Leatha." She was raised in Ladoga and was married in her parents' home 19 September 1895 to Harry Daugherty, also from a Ladoga family.
  When Letha and her sisters were married, her father, Alexander M. Scott, gave them the choice of a cow or a sewing machine. Letha took the sewing machine, used it, and taught her daughters to sew. Harry Daugherty gave Letha, his bride, a baby grand piano for their wedding. Harry and Letha lost their first baby 2 years after they were married and didn't have Carl until 3 years after that. Letha was a Daughter of the American Revolution (#202406), having applied 24 July 1924.
  She died 17 Jan 1955, Indianapolis, and is buried in Sect 58, Crown Hill Cemetery.


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