Scott's daughter, June Ann, was a Leap Year Baby and on her first real birthday, Feb. 29, l944, they had a large gathering of family both Colbeth and Worrell. Starting on the back left is Jack Gorman (husband of Nettie) then Uncle Dan, Aunt Nettie, Aunt Myrtle, Aunt Ina peeking through. Grandma Sara Colbeth is with white hair in the middle. Seth Colbeth is next to her. In the front you will see Richard and Don Colbeth (children of Scott's brother Floyd) then June Ann with her lamb shaped birthday cake with Scott holding her. Next are three of Virginia's brothers and then in front of Seth is Bernard Colbeth and in front row on bottom right is LeRoy Colbeth, Uncle Albert's son. The rest of the group are Worrells and neighbors from Roberts days the Adams family.
Scott was the youngest of the 11 siblings. The first thing he had he owned that hadn't been handed down was a horse that he named June. The next important thing of his own was his daughter, and he named her June as well. Scott lost his left hand while using a large table saw to cut wood when he was just 17 years old. He must have been about 18 in this picture.