|Birth: ||unknown, USA|
In Memory Of Bonnie Lee Adair
A Poem Titled, 'I Am There'
Look for me when the tide is high
And the gulls are wheeling overhead
When the autumn wind sweeps the cloudy sky
And one by one the leaves are shed
Look for me when the trees are bare
And the stars are bright in the frosty sky
When the morning mist hangs on the air
And shorter darker days pass by.
I am there, where the river flows
And salmon leap to a silver moon
Where the insects hum and the tall grass grows
And sunlight warms the afternoon
I am there in the busy street
I take you hand in the city square
In the market place where the people meet
In your quiet room - I am there
I am the love you cannot see
And all I ask is - look for me
Bonnie would be on a 1930 Federal Census but under
what surname? Nothing is known of her except 1944,
and that now that we have her monument photo, we
know she died in 1996. Had no luck on Ancestry,nor
census records, no luck on Adair family histories.
1944 Austin City Directory shows she was an attendant at Austin State Hospital. No dates listed.
1996 Bonnie Lee Adair died and is buried in the cemetery
on the grounds where she worked.
Adair Could be a married name
Austin State Hospital Cemetery
Maintained by: Janet Milburn
Originally Created by: Sandra Brookshire Behne
Record added: Apr 25, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 89114624
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Added: Jun. 12, 2014
"Silently one by one In the infinite meadows of Heaven, Blossomed the lovely stars The for-get-me nots of the Angels." I don't know if you are even buried here, but you may be buried somewhere unless you are still living. You are remembered.|
Added: Jun. 22, 2012