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  • James 3.3%
  • William 3.0%
  • John 3.0%
  • Robert 1.9%
  • Mary 1.9%
  • Charles 1.4%
  • George 1.0%
  • Thomas 0.9%
  • David 0.8%
  • Margaret 0.7%
  • Ruth 0.7%
  • Donald 0.6%
  • Michael 0.6%
  • Helen 0.6%
  • Joseph 0.6%
  • Willie 0.6%
  • Dorothy 0.5%
  • Richard 0.5%
  • Walter 0.5%
  • Roy 0.5%

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Brenda Hummer Garden City
Apr. 30th, 1909

Dear Sone and family. We are all on foot again. i was sick all winter and am not able to do eneything now but i don't have to do eneything. Me and the Spoted Poneys are clear from work. John has all of his corn ground plowed and will plant next week.He is helping Frank finish plowing today.

Jainey is in poor health. Roy Sparks was over last Sunday, said his mother is getting better of her coff. We herd from lissa Jain, they was all well but her self. She has the rumitism. Russ and girles rote a few days ago. They was well. They live 7 miles west of Eldrado springs.

When i was at my worsti I wold mak portrey in my sleep. Wake up and could not minde it. Go to sleep and go over it again till I larnt it and here it is in print. I was planing for a toome stone at the time and am having one made in acordance with my pome. It will be set up in a few days. It costs $55. Maid of bloo Marble. It is to stand on a sandstone base 18 inches by from the ground. The marble is to be 3 foot hy, 2 foot wide, 8 inches thick fased on both sides and will stand between the head of here grave and where mine is to be. On here side is cut a rosa and on my side a tree.

I wold have rote sooner but was not able. I hope this will find you all well.
Write soone,
J H McCollum


We have traveled
Long together,
Margaret and me,
She loved a rose
And I loved a tree.
She has passed up
Through the portals
Into Eternity,
Where she is ever
Waiting and watching for me.
We may soon again
Be together,
Her beneath the rose
And I beneath the tree,
And our spirits will
Join each other
Through all Eternity.
She has taken the rose
And gone to heaven
Where she is waiting for me
To come up through the portals
And bring the little tree.

We will plant them together
In the garden, the rose and the tree,
Where they will twine
Their branches round each other
All through Eternity.
They will grow very tall in heaven
The rose and the tree.
The angels will light in the branches
And pluck roses
For her and me.
Now I have told
You my story
Of the rose and the tree
And we will give
God all the glory
Through all Eternity.

By J. H. McCollum
In his sleep. (See above letter)
Oct 06, 2003 · Reply