I will be limiting my time on FAG during 2021 due to the death of someone very dear to my heart.
A BROKEN HEART •
How do I mend a broken heart?
My entire world has fallen apart.
How do I find hope in a brand new day,
when the one I love has gone away?
My mind overflows with memories of you,
of all that we've shared, all that we knew.
I long for your touch and your warm embrace,
the look in your eyes, the smile on your face.
My dreams are filled with your soft gentle kiss.
I wake and cry for all that I miss.
How do I mend a broken heart,
when my one true love and I are apart?
My heart knows to love only you, it won't let go, what do I do?
Our moments together were precious and few,
but I cherished them all more than you knew.
I love you, my angel, and always will.
I loved you then and I love you STILL.
Sandy's INTRODUCTION •
In the spring of 2010, I became interested in finding out more about my father's family. My g-g-g-g grandfather, John P Lyle, settled in Paulding Co, Georgia, sometime before 1840. It is thought that he received land in the 1832 land lottery of the Cherokee lands. After working on the memorials of my immediate LYLE family members, I started looking for the graves in my extended families. I spend the majority of my time in Paulding County and the counties that surround Paulding. I have found this to be a very rewarding way to fill in some of those extra hours I have as a retiree.
I also want to acknowledge and give credit to my late brother, Thomas Edward 'CC' Lyle, and to my 1st cousin once removed, Dianne Jean 'Dolly' Eberhardt, and appreciate them for allowing me to use their genealogy research information in several of my FAG memorials.
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