Banner Photograph of BRAD CEMETERY - Highway 180 West of Palo Pinto. Taken by Judith Richards Shubert 2009.

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Wordless Wednesday – Cemetery Bench


Brad Cemetery

just west of the entrance close to the highway

Photograph taken by Judith Richards Shubert, © 2009

Brad Cemetery, Hwy. 180 West of Palo Pinto, Texas

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Tombstone Tuesday - James F. Fisher

The community which was once known as Honey Bend now exists only as a cemetery. By the 1880s the little town was settled, taking its name from a very prominent twist in the nearby Brazos River.

At the peak of the communities' life, it boasted of little more than a school and church, but the folks there did manage to form a cemetery association in 1932 to maintain the original graveyard.

It is listed as
a Ghost Town by Texas Excapes: Population 0. It is located in the North Central Texas area of Young County just a few miles south of Graham, off of FM 1287. It is about 37 miles NW of Mineral Wells.

James F. Fisher

James F. Fisher

In Memory

James F. Fisher

Was Born
Nov. 18th, 1877
And Died
Dec. 20th, 1882

"GO HOME Dear Friends,
And Dry Your TEARS
I Must Lay Here
Till Christ APPEARS"

Son of Joseph and Sarah Fisher



Fisher, James F. Tombstone. Digital Photographs. 2009. Privately held by Judith Richards Shubert, Fort Worth, TX. 2009.


Holub, Dorman. Online Texas Genealogy, "Gooseneck Cemetery, Young County, TX." : accessed June 9, 2009.

Troesser, John. Online, "History in a Pecan Shell: Ghost Towns-Gooseneck, Texas." : accessed June 9, 2009.

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Caleb and Charlotte Pinkston Simmons - Tombstone Tuesday in Round Rock Cemetery


Caleb Simmons
Husband of C. P. Simmons
Born Oct 21, 1808
Died Nov. 26, 1881

"Sheltered and safe from sorrow"

Charlotte Pinkston
Wife of Caleb Simmons
Born Nov. 30, 1818
Died Jan. 22, 1907

"Gone to a land of rest"

Round Rock Cemetery, Sam Bass Road,
Round Rock, Williamson County, Texas
Picture taken by Judith Richards Shubert, May 2, 2009 (c)
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