By law, if a piece of land has established graves on it, it can be grandfathered in as a cemetery. Bob Jones did not know this when his youngest son, Mike, died suddenly and tragically. It was a good friend of the family, Bob Hamilton, who helped Bob Jones, when he said he wanted to bury his son at Cornudas.
These are “The Places” I have photos of at this time: Wineglass, Mulberry, Side Tank, Griffin.
I need photos of the Fritz and Martha’s place, and the house where Fritz and Nita lived.
And that’s where he told me the story about going to Arizona. And the Indians stole their horses. They tried to get them back and they didn’t get them back, and he was heading back home. And he looked up on the ridge and there was an Indian.
Who will you see in these pictures?
Tom Willis Jones, Matilda Jones, Tom Jones Jr and family, Teddy Jones Lee, Chalk and Lilly Norton, JT Bennet, Pansy Jones, Bill Jones, Junior Jones, Emmett Jones.
Stone wells ran on gasoline engines that went very, very slow to gain mechanical advantage to pump the well with. They were 20 feet in diameter.
Antique spurs belonging to Bill and Pansy Jones.
When Bill Jones was about 16, he was working with his father, Tom, for the Circle Cross out with the wagons. Bill had a horse that he couldn’t make go very good.