Effective today, posts previously published on The Graveyard Rabbit of the Covered Bridges can be read on my new blog, Cemeteries with Texas Ties.
At Cemeteries with Texas Ties I will depict small country cemeteries in North Texas with occasional posts about larger, city cemeteries found wherever my travels take me in my home state of Texas.
My focus will be photographs of these cemeteries and the area surrounding them, pictures of unusual gravestones and the not-so-unusual, and the information transcribed on them. I will also write an occasional story about some of the individuals buried there.
If you have an ancestor buried in one of these old cemeteries, I would be more than happy to publish your photos and information about that individual, citing you as the source, in the hopes that you may connect with a distant relative. Your comments and suggestions will always be welcome.
My blog about my family lines of Shubert and Richards and their extended lines can still be found at Genealogy Traces.
Please join me there, in the Cemeteries with Texas Ties.
Banner photograph of St. Thomas Episcopal Church Cemetery, Bath, North Carolina - Taken by Judith Richards Shubert October 2008There is a land of the living and a land of the dead and the bridge is love, the only survival, the only meaning.
- Thornton Wilder