The Tribe

Big Chief
Stuart C. Scott
Born:  Waterloo, Iowa - 1877
Died:  Inverness, California - 1958

"No. 1" Little Squaw
Lucy Grace Kirkpatrick Scott
Born:  Santa Rosa, CA - 1879
Died:  San Rafael, CA - 1960

Ten Little Indians
all doing fine
"Sam" lost her head
and then there were nine
Melva Marion Scott
b. 1900:  Crockett, CA
d. 1969:  Placerville, CA
Brain Tumor
Nine Little Indians
Out on a date
Jim couldn't breathe
and then there were eight
James Stuart Scott
b. 1908: Stockton, CA
d. 1976: Reno, NV
Eight Little Indians
Searching for heaven
Marge found it first
and then there were seven
Marjorie Olivia Scott
b. 1917: Stockton, CA
d. 1980: Carmichael, CA
Lung Cancer
Seven Little Indians
One in a fix
Betsy couldn't eat
and then there were six
Elizabeth Grace Scott
b. 1915: Stockton, CA
d. 1981: Santa Rosa, CA
Esophageal Cancer
Six Little Indians
Well and alive
Jean drifted out
and then there were five
Jeanette Clara Scott
b. 1901:  Brentwood, CA
d. 1984:  Oroville, CA
Five Little Indians
adding up the score
Paul got subtracted
and then there were four
Paul Allen Scott
b. 1921: Valley Springs, CA
d. 1985: Richmond, CA
Liver Cancer
Four Little Indians
Up in a tree
Scotty flew away
and then there were three
Roger Lovell Scott
b. 1941: Stockton, CA
d. 1943: Portland, OR
Lung Cancer
Three Little Indians
Wondering what to do
Color Marie gone
and then there were two
Marie Lorraine Scott
b. 1910:  Stockton, CA
d. 1984: Oroville, CA
Two Little Indians
Tanning in the sun
Barb lost her mind
and then there was one
Barbara Beverly Scott
b. 1920: Valley Springs, CA
d. 2008: Sacramento, CA
Pneumonia and Alzheimers
One Little Indian
No longer having fun
"Wait for me," cried Chubbie
and then there was none.

....but not just yet, please