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Raymond Cyril "Ray" Scott
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Birth: Jan. 14, 1894
Oklahoma, USA
Death: Mar. 12, 1961
California, USA

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Second child of six children of parents-
JAMES ALFRED SCOTT
and
MARY GRACE JENNINGS SCOTT

After the death of Ray's mother in 1908,
his father remarried to Mary Alice Dunlap
Scott on 30 Dec 1908 in Oklahoma.

At age 10, attended Rosedale School
in Rosedale, Oklahoma, in 1904-1905,
with siblings; his father was a School
Officer Treasurer. Ray lived with his
parents on their farm close to the
school.

Attended Rosedale Church of Christ,
with his siblings and parents; his
parents were founders and members of
the Rosedale Church, Rosedale, OK.

At age 23, registered for military service in
WW I, on 5 Jun 1917, in Alfalfa, Oklahoma.
Ray served in the USA ARMY in WW I as
Wagoner.

At age 25, married Dora Burnett Scott
on 12 Nov 1919 in Anthony, Harper, Kansas.
The minister officiating the wedding
was Reverend D. C. Hawk.

There were five children from this union.
Ferris Wayne Scott (1920-2001)
Doris Arlene Scott Pilchard (1921-1999)
Infant son (1923-1923)
Nelda Joan Scott Rutledge Patronski (1927-2001)
Ava Lavon "Vonnie" Scott Heisey
(1932-2010)

By 1920, Ray and Dora were living in
Lomita, Los Angeles, California, with
other family members in a rented residence.
Ray worked as a laborer in the Tool Works
industry with his younger brother Clarence
Jennings Scott (age 19), Frank D Kitchen
(age 18), Mark J Taylor (age 17). (Frank
and Mark were relatives of Ray's step
mother Mary Alice Dunlap Scott.)

By 1930, Ray and Dora were living in a
rented residence with three of their
children in Alameda County, California,
where Ray worked as a laborer in the
Salt Works industry. Dora's younger sister
Ona Burnett (age 17) was living with them.

Ray and Dora made their home in
California the rest of the lives.

Ray passed away after suffering a long
battle with cancer (brain tumor). In
San Francisco, he was one of the first
people to be operated on using ice to
cool down for surgery; the cancer came
back though. But, he had several more
years with us.

Ray and wife Dora are buried together and
share the grave headstone.
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Family links: 
 Parents:
  James Alfred Scott (1864 - 1935)
  Mary Grace Jennings Scott (1872 - 1908)
 
 Spouse:
  Dora Burnett Scott (1900 - 1979)*
 
 Children:
  Ferris Wayne Scott (1920 - 2001)*
  Nelda Joan Scott Patronski (1927 - 2001)*
 
 Siblings:
  Gladys Iona Scott Dunlap (1892 - 1968)*
  Raymond Cyril Scott (1894 - 1961)
  Laurel Flynn Scott (1896 - 1979)*
  Clarence Jennings Scott (1900 - 1943)*
  James William Dunlap Scott (1909 - 1979)**
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Burial:
Golden Gate National Cemetery
San Bruno
San Mateo County
California, USA
Plot: Section X, Site 2311
 
Maintained by: Dorothy Hazel Tarr
Originally Created by: US Veterans Affairs Offi...
Record added: Mar 04, 2000
Find A Grave Memorial# 3631389
Raymond Cyril Ray Scott
Added by: Dorothy Hazel Tarr
 
Raymond Cyril Ray Scott
Added by: Marvin & Samme Templin
 
 
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Dear Grand Uncle Raymond Cyril, Though your Earthly Walk is done, your descendants follow in your footsteps. Forever remembered. [Family connection through your younger brother and my maternal grandfather LAUREL FLYNN SCOTT (1896-1979).]
- Dorothy Hazel Tarr
 Added: Aug. 10, 2012
 
 
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