My Name is Judy My Husband is Cowboy We like to get out ride and look just walk.
Special Thanks to all the volunteers , because of you I have found graves of family members as well as more information of lost family .
Any Sites I have posted and sponsor , if family would like me to transfer to them , I will be glad too.
We often hear "Let go, let God"...and we should let go of our pain, grief, negative emotions and things we can't change...we should let God have those things so we can be free and find peace in Him...but some things we are not meant to "get over" like the death of a loved one or a tragedy...we "get through" them with God's help... We don't forget, but we can move forward past the pain... We are changed, but not damaged beyond repair... God fills the broken places in our hearts and lives with more of Himself, if we allow Him, so we can learn to carry on.
Abbott's Graves I am still loooooking for James and his wife's graves in the Junction cemetery. I found all of the other photo requests...except them..which was frustrating to say the least...LOL. I have "conferred" with our local historian...and she says she knows where they are buried and will show me on Monday.. she doesn't think there is a stone at the gravesite...will let you know as soon as I learn something. I thought it was neat..that in the picture of May Neal...my aunt and uncles' stone is visible in the background. "Boerm"... =)
Bessie Alene Davis You are welcome. It's always a pleasure in fulfilling photo requests. I photographed the entire Kimmell Lot yesterday, so this afternoon I will be adding your other requested photos.
Yesterday, I spent the day at the Coleman Cemetery (10AM -4PM), taking approx 300 photos to fulfill numerous reqests; as well as, I took the opportunity to visit the final resting place of numerous relatives of both mine and my wife's. We are both Coleman Co natives.