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The Wind Blows O`re The Plains
Through The Wild Wheat
Wild Wheat That`s Never Reaped
Wild Wind, Wild Wind, Wild Wheat
And Then The Stillness Comes
And Heat Of August Sun
The Earth Is Parched And Dry
All Living Now Must Die
Wild Wheat against the Sky
Once Young Now Brown And Dry
All Signs Of Life Are Gone
Yet In Still Earth The Roots Live On
It`s Seeds Of Life Are Sown
Wind Blown Far A Field
All Little Ones Must Fly
Wild Wheat Will Never Die
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|D. L. Lee||RE: re: Thomas Powell|
You are very welcome.
|Penchance||RE: re:Barbara DeBarge|
|rcpfaff||RE: re: mary jane price powell|
It is my pleasure to plug holes. Actually, I have no familial relation to either Mary Jane. The one in Strong Cemetery in Jasper County, IN was taken as we chased my wife's family. When we go to cemeteries here (my wife's family has been in this county since the 1830s), we always take the findagrave lists of unphotographed graves and requested graves to fill in the record, so to speak.
I'm so happy that one we found was important to a member of the community.
Added by rcpfaff on Jun 24, 2016 6:07 AM
|Roibeard||RE: re: Henry Jackson|
You're very welcome. It's always disappointing when I find a grave with no marker.
Added by Roibeard on Jun 05, 2016 1:12 AM
|Angela Kinner||RE: re: Thomas Powell|
It makes me so happy to know that I have helped you! I only wish I could have helped everyone with their Block 21 requests, but so many of the stones are missing.
Glad to have been of service!
|Earl L.||Baby Boy Powell|
Visited the Parker cemetery (Parker,Idaho)today there are several Baby Powell markers none that we could find were from 1917. There were several others from the late teens and 20's. Some were marked Baby Powell but wrong year.
If you could narrow it down a bit, e.g. the parents, Cleve is stated as the father do you know the mother? (Babies are most often buried near parents). The location in the cemetery or anything else? I will be back up that way in a few weeks and can look again.
Added by Earl L. on Apr 17, 2016 7:55 PM
|thomasbiggins||RE: re: Nancy Maynard|
You are very welcome
|John Robert Marks||James Pigsley & John Miles|
I have not been able to find markers for James & John but I will inquire with Indian School officials.
|IndyScot||RE: Thomas W. Powell|
I was asking about Thomas IV who you show at Acton Cemetery. This cemetery is on the far south east side of Marion County & is no where near Lebanon and Boone County. The burials during that time period would have been folks who lived in the Acton area.
Added by IndyScot on Nov 03, 2015 5:29 AM
|thomasbiggins||RE: re: Ruth Goss|
You are welcome
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