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Birth:
23 Mar 1896 1
Death:
27 Apr 1990 1
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Blackberry Picking as a teenager c 1915
Blackberry Picking as a teenager c 1915
Sallie Baugh picked blackberries in the hills around Huntsville, Kentucky when her family would go back 'home' from Evansville.
Tombstone
Tombstone
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SallieKoch.DeathCertificate.jpg
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CommonSchoolcert.jpg
90th Birthday Party
90th Birthday Party
Held at 9 N. Railroad Ave. New Baden, Illinois
Baugh Family Cabin
Baugh Family Cabin
Huntsville, Kentucky
Sweet 16
Sweet 16
Sallie Baugh at age 16
Baugh Store, Evansville, Indiana
Baugh Store, Evansville, Indiana
Alycione Hunt (daughter of Mayme Baugh Hunt and Oscar Hunt) and her aunt, Sallie Baugh. This was probably taken about 1921.
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Riding the Green River Ferry
Riding the Green River Ferry
Sometime in the early 1920's Sallie Baugh made a trip back to her home town. She was possibly going to visit her oldest sister, Gertrude Baugh Shrum, in Rochester, Kentucky.
Old Hebron Church, Huntsville, Kentucky
Old Hebron Church, Huntsville, Kentucky
The site of the Hunt Family reunion.
The Koch's in Florida
The Koch's in Florida
Taken on the Atlantic Coast in the late 1950's or early 1960's.
Sally Baugh Koch's Hair
Sally Baugh Koch's Hair
Loving crafts, Sally Baugh made a lace and bonneted girl and used a piece of her own hair to add to the creation.

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Full Name:
Sallie Cleo Baugh Koch 2
Full Name:
Sallie Koch 1
Birth:
23 Mar 1896 1
Death:
27 Apr 1990 1
Burial:
Burial Date: 01 May 1990 2
Burial Place: Tavares City Cemetery, Tavares, Lake County, Florida 2
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Marriage:
Otto Ludwig Koch 2
28 Feb 1924 2
Warrick County, Indiana 2
To: 05 Sep 1981 2
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Welllllll 2
Occupation:
Worked in a tobacco factory, Housewife, Defense Plant Worker 2
Religion:
Methodist, Presbyterian 2
Race or Ethnicity:
Caucasian 2
Social Security:
Social Security Number: ***-**-6905 1

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Education of Sallie Baugh Koch

Ohio County, Kentucky

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Sallie Baugh cook hungered for education as a young girl.  She completed her 8th Grade Education in 1914.  Her parents saw to it that the boys in her family of sixteen children attended high school, but there was not the money to send a girl.  The oldest son, John David Baugh, along with his wife offered to send one girl to high school if she would live in his home and help his wife with the boarders.  The four sisters who were interested in high school got together and drew straws.  Unfortunately, Sallie did not pick the winning straw. Her oldes sister did.  Sallie did the next best thing, she opted to repeat Eighth Grade beyond her 1914 graduation from the Ohio County one room school. A letter from her daughter, Norma, stated that she attended the Ohio County school until Sallie Baugh was twenty years of age the certificate was issued in 1914 (although she continued school until age 20) because in the next session a high school teacher was provided to the school and he wouldn't let her take the classes unless she had received the 8th grade certificate.

Baked Pineapple

Tavares, Lake County, Florida

Baked Pineapple was one of Sallie Baugh's pitch-in desert favorites

8 slices white bread broken into pieces
2 cups granulated sugar
3 eggs, beaten
1 1/2 sticks oleo or butter, cut up
1 cup crushed pineapple with juice
1 cup crushed pineapple without juice
3/4 cup milk.

Mix well and pour into a lightly buttered casserole dish. (9x13) Bake 45 minutes in a 350 degree oven. Serve while hot.

Birth Story

Huntsville, Kentuckky

Baugh Family Cabin

Sallie Baugh was born in a small cabin in Huntsville, Kentucky.  The building was standing well into the 1960's and early 1970's.

Moving to the City

Evansville, Vanderburgh County, Indiana

Baugh Store, Evansville, Indiana

Sallie's parents had a lot of children, a lot.  There were soon too many to survive on a subsistence farm.  Her parents decided to move to Evansville, Indiana where other relatives had already moved.  Among her father's first attempts to make a living was the opening of a store on Kentucky Avenue.  Sallie Baugh and her older sister , Lou Etta Baugh Smith, are pictured in front of the store. The little girl standing on the porche is Alcyone Hunt, daughter of Sallie Baugh's sister, Mayme Baugh Hunt.

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