Individual Notes

Note for:   Anna Belle Scalf,   17 Nov 1938 - Oct 1975         Index

Death Note: Source:    Issued in Kentucky



Individual Notes

Note for:   Charity Scalf,   1800 -          Index

Birth Note: Source:    Chapter 9
William Scalf (son of Lewis Scalf)



Individual Notes

Note for:   Mary Polly Scalf,   1810 -          Index

Nickname:   Polly

Individual Note:
     Margaret Fleenor lists name as Mary Scalf
Ancestry.com lists her as Polly Scalf in Georgia Marriages to 1850



Individual Notes

Note for:   James Andrew Lyons,   25 Jan 1889 - 2 May 1971         Index

Burial:   
     Date:   4 May 1971
     Place:   , Sullivan, Tennessee, USA

Birth Note: Source:    Lyons-Scalf Family in America
http://lyons-scalffamily.tripod.com/id7.html
By Sherry Winebarger Reeter
m-streeter@embarqmail.com

Death Note: Source:    Lyons-Scalf Family in America
http://lyons-scalffamily.tripod.com/id7.html
By Sherry Winebarger Reeter
m-streeter@embarqmail.com

Individual Note:
     Tennessee on his father's farm. He attended school held in the Walnut Grove Baptist Church which was the closest to him. Jim married Mary Liddie ”Duck” Scalf in Carter Co. on June 3, 1911.
They resided early in their marriage for periods of time in Washington Co., VA, Johnson City, TN, near Bluff City, TN and eventually moved to a farm they purchased in the Bunker Hill community which was partially in Carter Co. and in Sullivan Co. Their first home was located in Carter Co and the house was later moved then expanded sitting directly across the road from Mary’s parents’ Isaac Scalf family farm on Bunker Hill Road in Sullivan Co. where her brother McKinley “Ken” Scalf and wife Alma Walker lived until their deaths.
Jim worked for the railroad, the brick yard in Johnson City where he lost an eye in the late 1920s, drove a taxi in Elizabethton in the 1940s and was a burley tobacco farmer. His WWI draft registration card recorded on June 5, 1917 states his name as James A. Lyon, age 28 of Bluff City, Sullivan Co., TN born Jan. 26. 1889 as a self-employed farmer with a wife & child and described as medium heighth, slender build, blues eyes and light colored hair. The card is signed James A. Lyons and Ollie F. Glover, Registrar.
He was gentle, kind man who had a stocky build with brown hair and blue eyes. In the 1930s, Jim was diagnosed with mouth cancer and underwent treatments with Dr. Walter Hankins of Johnson City and recovered. Jim is remembered for his quick wit and keen sense of humor. One summer, his grandsons teased him for driving a Ford as they drove Chervolet brand. In the 1960s, a gas station was giving plastic magnetic horse shoes away with a fill-up using the catch phrase “Put a kick in your tank”. Jim’s grandson, Rickey Sams, came to Grandpa’s house with the horseshoes on the trunk of his Chevy and asked himwhat he thought of them. Jim replied, “Rickey, it looks like a Mustang kicked you in the butt.” Everyone burst out laughing much to Jim’s delight as a Mustang is a Ford product.
Jim and Mary were members of the Bunker Hill Christian Church .
Jim died of pneumonia in the Carter County Memorial Hospital in Elizabethton on May 2, 1971 after falling down a flight of stairs several months earlier due to a stroke which left him a paralyzed. His funeral was held on Tuesday, May 4, 1971 at 2:00pm and burial followed in Jones Cemetery, Sullivan County, TN (marker picture available).



Individual Notes

Note for:   Mariah Louisa Scalf,   1825 -          Index

Individual Note:
     Georgia Marriages to 1850 list Hiram's wife as Loyacy Scalf



Individual Notes

Note for:   Amanda Jane Scealf,   1893 -          Index

Nickname:   Mandy


Individual Notes

Note for:   Charles Hickman Scalf,   5 Feb 1919 - 16 May 2002         Index

Burial:   
     Date:   17 May 2002

Birth Note: Source:    Susan D. Scalf
posted on www.scalf-family.org/BulletinB.htm

Birth Note: Source:    James Garrett
jwgarrett@webtv.net

Death Note: Source:    Obituary of Charles Hickman Scalf
The Augusta Chronicle
http://augustachronicle.com/stories/051602/obi_051602-34.shtml

Individual Note:
     Birth: Susan D. Scalf listed birthdate as 5 Feb 1919, however, living grandson, James Garrett stated birthdate is 7 Jan 1919.
Occupation: Residential Contractor
Military: U.S. Army WWII Veteran; fought under Gen. Patton in Germany
Death: Died of Lung Cancer. Susan D. Scalf lists his death date as 16 May 2002, James Garrett lists it on 16 May 2003. The obituary supports the daughters date.
Burial: Forest Hills Cemetery