Monday, November 9, 2015

White’s Chapel Cemetery, South Lake, visit

We had the chance to so watch Zane and his team participate in a peewee football tournament in Dallas in  - get this – AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys, Jerry’s World as Ross calls it.  So of course we planned out trip home via Dallas. 

While there we also took a quick trip to a cemetery there that where some of Ross’s ancestors are buried. This is White’s Chapel Cemetery in South Lake. His paternal great grandfather and grandmother and some great uncles and aunts.  Even a cousin or two.  Ross’s paternal grandfather is buried here but we do not know where his grandmother is buried.  She apparently died somewhere near or on Houston about 1910 when Ross’s dad was only 5.  I have had no luck finding a grave for her. Darn.  Anyway, I love cemeteries so it was not a problem to walk through although my shoes did get a bit damp.

11-07-15 Whites Chapel Cemetery 01This one is Josiah Guess, an uncle.11-07-15 Whites Chapel Cemetery 03His great grandfather. Obviously the stones has been replaced from the first ones.  Not sure when. 11-07-15 Whites Chapel Cemetery 04One very young cousin.  Two months old. Always hate these stones.11-07-15 Whites Chapel Cemetery 05This is Ross’s step great grandmother.  11-07-15 Whites Chapel Cemetery 06An uncle.11-07-15 Whites Chapel Cemetery 18A young cousin.  He was killed in a car wreck. 11-07-15 Whites Chapel Cemetery 20Not sure about these next two.  Think they might be related to me.  Hmmmm.  I feel an Ancestry visit coming. 11-07-15 Whites Chapel Cemetery 1111-07-15 Whites Chapel Cemetery 1711-07-15 Whites Chapel Cemetery 23I just loved this tree!  that hole was huge and I loved the gnarly look. OK, I will go on in another post to FOOTBALL!  Thanks for visiting.

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White’s Chapel Cemetery, South Lake, visit

We had the chance to so watch Zane and his team participate in a peewee football tournament in Dallas in  - get this – AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys, Jerry’s World as Ross calls it.  So of course we planned out trip home via Dallas. 

While there we also took a quick trip to a cemetery there that where some of Ross’s ancestors are buried. This is White’s Chapel Cemetery in South Lake. His paternal great grandfather and grandmother and some great uncles and aunts.  Even a cousin or two.  Ross’s paternal grandfather is buried here but we do not know where his grandmother is buried.  She apparently died somewhere near or on Houston about 1910 when Ross’s dad was only 5.  I have had no luck finding a grave for her. Darn.  Anyway, I love cemeteries so it was not a problem to walk through although my shoes did get a bit damp.

11-07-15 Whites Chapel Cemetery 01This one is Josiah Guess, an uncle.11-07-15 Whites Chapel Cemetery 03His great grandfather. Obviously the stones has been replaced from the first ones.  Not sure when. 11-07-15 Whites Chapel Cemetery 04One very young cousin.  Two months old. Always hate these stones.11-07-15 Whites Chapel Cemetery 05This is Ross’s step great grandmother.  11-07-15 Whites Chapel Cemetery 06An uncle.11-07-15 Whites Chapel Cemetery 18A young cousin.  He was killed in a car wreck. 11-07-15 Whites Chapel Cemetery 20Not sure about these next two.  Think they might be related to me.  Hmmmm.  I feel an Ancestry visit coming. 11-07-15 Whites Chapel Cemetery 1111-07-15 Whites Chapel Cemetery 1711-07-15 Whites Chapel Cemetery 23I just loved this tree!  that hole was huge and I loved the gnarly look. OK, I will go on in another post to FOOTBALL!  Thanks for visiting.

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