| Herman G. Kump's wife|
Herman G. Kump (m. 1907)
| April 18, 1887 (1887-04-18) Elkins, West Virginia|
First lady of West Virginia, 1933-1937
January 19, 1957, Elkins, West Virginia, United States
Mount de Chantal Visitation Academy
Edna Hall Scott Kump Wikipedia
Edna Hall Scott Kump (1887–1957) was the wife of former Governor of West Virginia Herman G. Kump and served as that state's First Lady from 1933 to 1937. She was born April 18, 1887, at Elkins, West Virginia. She attended Mount de Chantal Visitation Academy in Wheeling, West Virginia. In 1907, she married Herman G. Kump. As first lady, she continued to develop the outdoor gardens started by her predecessor, Bertie Ison Martin Conley. For entertainment she enjoyed riding horses at the family farm outside Charleston, West Virginia. After leaving office, the Kumps returned to Elkins, West Virginia, where she died on January 19, 1957.