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Mississippi Reunion 2012
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So we are here to thank God for allowing us to return to land where our forefathers lived.
J.C. Beene stands where Obediah Beene`s house once stood--the land that we tilled.
Cousin Kathy is sharing a little history about the land with family.
Walker Bridge leading to Tombigbee River where we fished and hunted.
The Tombigbee River leads to the Mississippi River where brave men & women used to escape.
I`ve known rivers, I`ve known rivers ancient as the world....
On our way to the cemetery after turning down this road.
This is not the oldest marker in the family cemetery but it`s certainly amazing to see Savannah Beene`s, wife of Alfred Beene, marker still standing.
Did you know this is your half-first cousin five times removed, young man?
Andrew Beene, son of Eliza & Alfred William Beene.
Eliza Beene, who was the daugther of Afred W. & Eliza Beene.
It`s time to offer a few words....
There was much love and appreciation shared in this prayer circle at the cemetery.
While we were at the cemetery, others were already here--eating.
Welcome Beene Family. What took you so long?
It`s filling up quickly. Come on in and take a seat.
We always have seats for the babies!
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