|Birth: ||Nov. 16, 1872|
|Death: ||Jul. 15, 1970|
"She calls to me from long ago; through sunlit skies; through drifts of snow. In clouds that dance upon the sea, I call to her, and she to me.
So real was she. She laughed; she cried. She loved; she lost. She lived; she died. She hoped and dreamed; so real was she. She lived a life that I may be.
The blood through which my veins does flow is the same as her's from long ago. So it will be that when I'm gone in an unborn child it will flow on.
I'll live my life and when it's done I'll live again in those to come. For I'm a bridge from she to me; from those that were, to those to be."
-- Darlene Caryl-Stevens
She was my Great-Great-Grandmother and I remember her well although I was only 9 last time I saw her. She was half blind by then but got up EVERY morning and got out her biscuit board. She measured a handful of this, couple pinches of that, worked in the lard with her fingers (nothing else would do for flaky biscuits). Never used bowl, spoon and measure. But those biscuits were heavenly.
I miss you Oma!
John Marion Beesley (1847 - 1901)
Mary Jane Macy Beesley (1850 - 1922)
Alva Taylor (1871 - 1956)*
Andrew Clyde Taylor (1891 - 1953)*
Letha Taylor Carpenter (1893 - 1972)*
Gertrude Etheldra Taylor (1896 - 1898)*
Lydia Corena Beesley Taylor (1872 - 1970)
John Lindey Beesley (1889 - 1979)*
Note: WILL NOT TRANSFER
Plot: Block 21
Created by: Dancing With Ghosts
Record added: Nov 18, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 31515099