Name: Nettie Addie (Alvord) Stott
From: The Liberty County Times,
Date: Thursday, April 25, 1946
Mrs. Nettie A Stott, who passed away at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. Louisa Allen, on Easter Sunday, April 21st, was born at
Sherburn, Minnesota, on Feb. 10, 1872. She was the oldest child of a family of
seven. Two sisters and one brother have preceded her in death.
She lived in Minnesota until her marriage to Lester A. Stott, Feb. 10, 1900, when they came to Kalispell, Mont., where they lived for two or three years. She went back to Minnesota while Lester stopped in the Sweet Grass hills to do some prospecting. He also took up a homestead. Mrs. Stott returned to Montana in 1903, living on the homestead until 1916, when the property was bought at Whitlash for a store location. She was postmistress from 1917 until 1928, when they moved to Chattaroy, Washington. Lester Stott passed away in Oct. 1938 [sic] and is buried at Chattaroy, Washington.
Mrs. Stott is survived by two brothers, Pearl Alvord, Hill, Montana, and Marion Alvord, Chatfield, Minn.; one sister, Mrs. Julia Clark, Stettler, Alberta, Canada; one son, Ray Stott of Whitlash; three daughters, Mrs. Louisa Allen of Whitlash, Mrs. Ellen McGee of Dallas, Ore., and Mrs. Ruth Davis of Searchlight, Nev., and eight grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at Liberty Hall in Whitlash, Montana. The body will be shipped to Spokane for burial beside her husband in Chattaroy, Washington.