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Eric Scott (#47463474)
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Bio Photo I am a native of Southeast Idaho, born in the LDS Hospital in Idaho Falls (now a parking lot). I grew up in Riverside, west of Blackfoot, and attended Riverside Elementary (now a grassy field) and Snake River High School (now a Junior High).

I have been involved in family history off and on since I took a genealogy class from Neal Southwick at Ricks College (now BYU - Idaho), although most of the information I have was found by my father, Dale Scott. If I can build on what he accomplished, I'll feel like I am of some worth.

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Thank You
thank you again Eric Scott for the lovely photos for Lillian Zelder.
Added by Gen on Aug 29, 2017 8:26 PM
Thank You
Thank you for adding a a note onto Lenore Peterson. did she not have a headstone?
Added by Gen on Aug 29, 2017 4:47 PM
RE: Fenton family Big Horn Basin
Well, they might not be related; but sure coincidental since the areas aren't that far apart. Jess and Verna would be my gr gr aunt and uncle, so while not my main line something to keep in mind; there's no Thayers though.

Verna May Fenton, dght of Jack Fenton and Zuna Ames, m. Jesse 'Son' Linn in 1911, probably in Basin or Shell Creek. It wasn't a very long marriage since Son caught his arm in a corn chopper and bled to death. My uncle had the corn chopper and would tell the story to gross the kids out. But Jack Fenton was b. in PA in 1867 and was in the Big Horn Basin by 1900. I have some pictures of them on the Linn ranch and some postcards.
I'll just make a note of it as an interesting tidbit.
Thanks for responding

Added by DKMac on Jan 28, 2017 8:18 PM
Fenton family Big Horn Basin
Are your Fentons in your memorials related anyway to Johnston Job 'Jack' Fenton (1867-1962), parents were John Nelson Fenton (1834 - 1917) & Rebecca Jane Harris Fenton (1838 - 1916)? I have a whole family of Fentons w/ interesting names:Verna, Zula, Ora, Vere, Ames, Fidele; Verna m. into my Linn line.
Added by DKMac on Jan 28, 2017 12:18 PM
Echo Renner
RE: Updates
I have accepted the edits you suggested. Thank you!
Added by Echo Renner on Nov 25, 2016 6:31 PM
Echo Renner
RE: Updates
I just noticed the edit tab you mentioned. I apologize I didn't see it before. I thought Find A Grave was emailing me all suggested edits. Again, I apologize. I will work on making the changes. Thank you.
Added by Echo Renner on Nov 25, 2016 6:24 PM
Echo Renner
RE: Updates
Hello, Eric. I have only received an edit request for Harry Cook's memorial. I made that change today. If you will send me the names of the others, I'll gladly make the changes. If any of these folks are your family members, I'm happy to transfer the memorials to you. Please tell me more about the Eagle Scout project. Thank you, Echo Renner
Added by Echo Renner on Nov 25, 2016 6:21 PM
Jo Ann Moltke
Frank S Scott
Thank you very much for the picture of Frank S Scott's headstone. I appreciate your time to do this.
Jo Ann
Added by Jo Ann Moltke on Mar 26, 2016 3:07 PM
Larry Boyd
RE: Minor spivey (137185845)
Thanks for quick reply Eric. Yes I would like to take control of his memorial and I will try to contact the obit writer. Thanks for the suggestion and your help.
Added by Larry Boyd on Jan 06, 2016 12:16 PM
Kenny C. Fossitt
Martin Miller
Thank you!

Added by Kenny C. Fossitt on Dec 11, 2015 7:28 AM
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