The Western States Marriage Index shows these two marriages for a Joseph R. Scoble:
Scoble, Joseph R. and Baker, Mable G. – married 6 July 1916 in Rupert, Minidoka Co., Idaho Volume 1 page 243
Scoble, Joseph R. and Doty, Henrietta – married 26 December 1923 in Salmon, Lemhi Co, Idaho
Volume 1 page 418
According to his obit, he was survived by his widow, Rebecca Lambeth Scoble and two children from a previous marriage, Joseph D. Scoble and Lilly D. Mae Simms.
As for Jesse J. Scoble – getting in trouble with the law, rather one might say that he was unable to stay out of trouble. In 1911, at age 18 he was arrested for cattle/horse stealing and sentenced to the Idaho State Pen for not less than a year and not more than 14 years. He was paroled after about 18 months. Then in August 1913 he again tried his hand at cattle stealing, eventually capture in Colorado in December of 1913 and returned to Blaine Co., Idaho to stand trial and again was sentenced to the Idaho State Pen, this time for a period on not less than 6 years and not more than 14 years. On 6 April 1917 the Pardon board meet and he was granted a full and complete pardon, that was to take affect 3 June 1917. From there he traveled to Spokane, Washington were he met and married Dollie (Underwood) Fourt on 1 October 1917. Then in 1919, he jumped a $2,500 cash bond in Blaine Co., Idaho. There are numerous arrests and time spent in various county jails in Oregon and Washington between 1924 and until the last entry on his Inmate File and FBI record for an arrest in Okanogan county and fingerprinted in Wenatchee, Chelan Co., Washington on 22 of September 1935, no information was given as to what the charge was or if he received any sentence. He was recorded as having used a number of aliases – J.J. Scoble, Frank Smith, Frank T. Miller and Frank Taylor.
Have not been able to confirm his date or place of death, but believe he died in Nespelem, Okanogan, Washington 30 April 1946 and is buried there. Wife Dollie, died in Seattle, King Co., Washington 5 December 1944 and her death certificate states that she was divorced at the time of her death. There is a possibility that he remarried.
Harmon Lewis and Mary Ann Watkins and Harriett, Joseph and Jesse Scoble are my husband’s 1st cousins once removed. Can help with other Watkins/Scoble family information.