"Home is where one starts from. As we grow older the world becomes stranger, the pattern more complicated of dead and living. Not the intense moment, isolated, with no before and after, but a lifetime burning in every moment. And not the lifetime of one man only, but of old stones that cannot be deciphered." ----- T. S. Eliot, 1888-1965 "Four Quartets, East Coker" (1940)
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|Elza Chandler Scott (birth name CHANDLER) 1895-1969|
Adopted son of Ottway Norville and Mary Cordelia (Arnold) Scott
Florence Polly (Melvin) Scott 1903-1989
daughter of Michael and Edna A. (Metcalf) Melvin
buried Evergreen Cemetery, Louisville, Jefferson Co., Kentucky