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Date: Fri Oct 21 15:38:23 2005
Submitted by: Mary Hatton
Email address: mahat@roadrunner.com
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Husband: SCOBEE, Alexander Samuel
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Birth Date: 03 Aug 1827
Birth Place: Mt. Sterling, Montgomery Co., Kentucky
Death Date: 18 Aug 1910
Death Place: Winchester, Clark Co., Kentucky
Burial: Winchester Cemetery, Winchester, Clark Co., Kentucky
Father: SCOBEE, William B.
Mother: BURROUGHS, Nellie Jane

Date of Marriage: 15 Feb 1876
Place of Marriage: Mt. Sterling, Montgomery Co., Kentucky

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Wife: COMBS. Sarah "Lizzie" Elizabeth
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Birth Date: 19 Jun 1848
Birth Place: Mt. Sterling, Montgomery Co., Kentucky
Death Date: 25 Dec 1920
Death Place: Mt. Sterling, Montgomery Co., Kentucky
Burial: Winchester Cemetery, Winchester, Clark Co., Kentucky
Father: Combs, Rodney
Mother: MC CLURE, Martha
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Children
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1. Child: Scobee, Samuel F.
Sex: M
Birth Date: 06 Oct 1878
Birth Place: Mt. Sterling, Montgomery Co., Ky.
Death Date: 16 Mar 1946
Place of Death: Louisville, Jefferson Co., Ky.
Buried at: Jefferson Co., Ky.
Spouse: GIBSON, Dorcus G.
Date of Marriage: Unknown
Place of Marriage: Unknown

2. Child: Scobee, Sarah " Sallie" Elizabeth
Sex: F
Birth Date: 18 Sep 1879
Birth Place: Mt. Sterling,Montgomery Co., Ky.
Death Date:  03 Jun 1978
Place of Death: Paris, Bourbon Co., Kentucky
Buried at: Winchester Cemetery, Winchester, Clark Co., Kentucky
Spouse: BENTON, Norvell Thomas
Date of Marriage: 15 Oct 1902
Place of Marriage: Phoenix Hotel, Lexington, Fayette Co., Ky.


Sources:

1. Scobee Family Bible
2. Marriage Certificate-from the Montgomery Co. Courthouse
3. Deeds from the Montgomery Co. Courthouse-Alexander & Lizzie A. Scobee sold a lot in Mt. Sterling, Montgomery Co., Ky to Henry R. & Katie G. Prewitt for $6625.00. The lot  was 105 A Somerset on 3/9/1904. The deedwas found in Deed Book 60 (1903-1904) pages #416-417.
4.They also sold Henry R. & Katie G. Prewitt two lots on Holt Ave. for $1.00 on 2/29/1904. See deed Book, # 62 (1906-1907) page 453.
5. Alexander and Lizzie A. Scobee sold one lot on Holt Ave. for $1.00 to Samuel F. Scobee (son) on 2/19/07. See deed Book # 62 (1906-1907) page 470.
6. Alexander and Lizzie A. Scobee sold one lot on Holt Ave. to L. L. Bridgforth for $2515.00. See deed Book # 63 (1906-1907) page 455. (Need to recheck the years of the deed book).
7. On 10/26/1908 Alexander Scobee was declared Bankrupt (see Miscellaneous Record Book #3 Page 317). The above documents listed 3-7 were located in the Montgomery Co., Ky. Courthouse on 1/20/04.
8. On 01 Feb 2005 in Montgomery Co. Library the following was found: Microfilm 1909-1911 from the Mt. Sterling Advocate dated Wednesday August 24, 1910-The death notice of Alexander Scobee. The article stated A. Scobee who lived with his daughter, Mrs. N.T. Benton, died on Thursday August  18, 1910 and was buried in the Winchester Cemetery. (He was
buried in Section G.).
9. On 6 Feb 2005 in Clark Co. Library the following was found: Microfilm #34 in The Winchester Democrat newspaper dated Tuesday August 23, 1910-The death notice of Alexander Scobee or "Sandy" was more familiarly known, died at the home of his daughter Mrs. Norvall Benton, in this city Thursday, of infirmities of old of old age, in the eighty-fourth year of his age. The remains were buried in the Winchester Cemetery Friday afternoon, with services at the grave by Elder J. W. Harding. He leaves two children, a son living in Louisville, and Mrs. Benton, of this city. During the Civil War he embraced the cause of the South and was a member of Company D. Eighth Kentucky, in Morgan's command. He was a highly respectful, useful citizen, whose long life was filled with good and useful deeds.
10. Alex Scobee was wounded in the battle of Greasy Creek and never able to return to his unit during the Civil War. This information was taken from the Indigent Widows Pension #239 filed by my great-grand mother, Lizzie Scobee and was located in The History Center, in Frankfort, Ky. in 2004. 7. Obtained Widow's Indigent Pension #239 for Lizzie Combs from Ky. Department Libraries and Archives located in Frankfort, Ky. on 5/18/2004 (microfilm drawer 993776-993903 #993888).Part of the information was located in the Clark Co., Ky. court records.
11. On 01 Feb 2005 in Montgomery Co. Library the following was found: Microfilm 1919-1920 from the Mt. Sterling Advocate dated Tuesday December 28, 1920 was the death notice of Elizabeth Scobee. The article stated E. Scobee who lived with her daughter, Mrs. N.T. Benton, died on the afternoon of Christmas day and was buried in the Winchester Cemetery. (She was buried in Section G.)
12. On 06 Feb 2005 in Clark Co. Library the following was found: Microfilm #61(1920-July-December) from The Winchester Sun newspaper on Tuesday Dec 1920. "Death of Mrs Lizzie Scobee-Aged and Beloved Woman Succumbs at Home of Her Daughter, Mrs. N. T. Benton. The body of Mrs. Lizzie Scobee 72 years old, formerly of Winchester who died on Saturday evening (Christmas Day) at 7 o'clock at the home of her daughter Mrs. N. T. Benton, in Mt. Sterling, was brought here Monday  for burial in the Winchester Cemetery. Mrs. Scobee is services by two children, Mrs. Benton and Sam Scobee, of Louisville. She was a woman of sweet and lovable character, and the news of her death was received with great sorrow by her many friends in this city and county.

 

 

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