For the six who are interested, I'll start to enter his first story.
Some changes will be made for readability. Harder will be editing the run-on sentences. At times he used capital letters where we wouldn't. And in some places he uses words in ways that we no longer do. And then some words (and their spellings) I have to take at face value as common for that time and place.
"Heartsick and sobbing, I laid a single Texas bluebonnet wild flower over where I thought her head would be."
The Scots, Irish, and American indians have traveled far our histories. We do not always know where the bone of our ancestors lay, nor where ours will lie in the end.