Isaac Turner (1827-1888) was my maternal second great-grandfather, a Civil War veteran, farmer and a father of 13. He and unknown family members are buried in an approximately 20’ x 12’ plot surrounded by a short stone boundary at Chatt-Jessie Cemetery in rural Hill County, Texas.
These are the above-ground vaults of my second great-grandparents Miles Francis and Trilla Maryland Davis Stanley at Grandview Cemetery just outside of Grandview in Johnson County, Texas. Miles Stanley and wife Trilla Maryland (my Mom’s namesake) arrived in Hill County, Texas from Tuscaloosa County, Alabama in January 1875. There Miles became a successful farmer and …
Miles F. (Mike) Stanley III Feb 5 1949 Dec 22. 1954 “God Needed A Good Scout” Greenwood Cemetery Fort Worth, Texas
Ash Creek Cemetery Parker County, Texas
I’ve been doing some maintenance around here. While I have a Flickr account for all my genealogy-related images, I’d really like them all to be housed here at my hosted account. I’ve tried to install a couple of “photo album” programs here, but I’m not really good at all the Geek-isms, so I haven’t been …
“Together Forever” Charles Arthur Rogers Apr 12, 1870 Dec 17, 1942 Romans 8:28 Mary Turner Rogers 1879-1971 Greenwood Cemetery Fort Worth, Tarrant, Texas
Maggie J Graham (Dau of R M & S E Graham) Born Feb 24, 1867 Died Sept 3, 1878 Graham-Mason Cemetery Hill County, Texas
Maggie E Graham (Dau of J A & J L Graham) Died Dec 23, 1903 “Aged 14 years & 4 days” “Gone but not forgotten” Graham-Mason Cemetery Hill County, Texas
Lura E Graham (Dau of W J & M J Graham) Born Nov 17, 1878 Died Nov 17, 1891 “Blessed be the pure of heart for they shall see God” Graham-Mason Cemetery Hill County, TX The Graham family was related by marriage to my Turner line.