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Barbara Ann Scott

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October 06, 2012
I would like to offer my sympathy to the family and friends of Barbara Ann Scott. A friend came across her obituary and forwarded it to me as she remembered the story of how I got my name. I never met Barbara, but I was named after her. My father was from Watertown, NY and he admired her skating, though he told me he never spoken to her. I'm not sure he ever told my mother why he wanted to name me Barbara Scott, but it worked out well as my mother's maiden name was also Scott, though no relation to Barbara. I read about Barbara in a book about skaters once and was pleased to see a photo of the lady I was named for. Barbara never knew she had touched a young man from Watertown in such a way that he would name his daughter after her. I hope she would have been pleased. I am proud to have her name.
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