Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Images from Bomarton Cemetery, Baylor County, Texas

Kirby R. Moore
Our Beloved Dad
Rest in Peace

Here are some photographs taken by my cousin Vernetta Floyd in Bomarton Cemetery, Baylor County, Texas. The first picture shows my Grandfather Kirby R. Moore’s gravestone and the second is a general view showing the bluebonnets that cover the ground in season. Thanks, Vernetta!


  1. Greata, love the bluebonnets in this picture! I'm enjoying your Graveyard Rabbit blog as well as your other one. So, I'm giving you a Kreativ Blogger Award. You can pick it up at Tennessee Memories.

  2. w, Judith, thank you! Glad you enjoyed the bluebonnets (and many thanks to my Cousin Vernetta for sending me that picture) - that's one of the things I miss most about Texas.

  3. I am enjoying your blog and its focus on cemetery preservation and exploration. Keep up the great work!

    I am nominating your blog for the KreativBlogger award. You may copy the KreativBlogger Award logo to your site from my blog:

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  4. Thank you, limesstones! I am putting together my list now; should have it on tonight or early tomorrow (also for Judith - sorry I'm so slow!). Are you a Graveyard Rabbit yet? If not, I can nominate you if you'd like. Your site looks as though it qualifies in every way.

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