Submitted by Virgil Scalf
The photo of Thomas Jefferson Scalf and Martha Hammonds�together was in a large oval frame and hung in my Aunt Laura Scalf Farley's house for many years.
Thomas Jefferson Scalf, the son of Peter Scalf and Charlotte Hubbard, was born in Clay County, Kentucky on August 20, 1839. Thomas died in Knox County on July 10, 1905 of Typhoid Fever and is buried at the Concord Cemetery in Flat Lick, Kentucky. Thomas J. Scalf married Martha Hammonds, daughter of Elijah and Nancy Hammonds, on July 31, 1862 in Knox County Kentucky. Martha Hammonds was born on November 28, 1840, and she died on October 23, 1897 of Typhoid Fever on a Saturday morning at 7:30 A.M. Martha is buried at the Concord Cemetery. This cemetery is located beside the Concord Baptist Church and across the road from the location of Thomas Jefferson Scalf�s old home site.
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