Bulah Castle

bulah castle
Bulah Mae Stanton was born April 14, 1914 in Victory, Marion County, Texas to the parents of Pete Stanton and Ellen Weatherall. She professed a hope in Christ and joined Warlock Chapel, Mims, Texas at an early age. Later she moved to Hughes Springs and joined Hughes Chapel Missionary Baptist Church were she served as a faithful member for 70 plus years. In her latter years, she served as the Mother of the church. She united in holy matrimony to Frank Castle and in this union no children were born, but 14 children were united, two children and 12 step-children. Preceding her in death is her husband Frank Castle, her daughter Carrie Ola King, nine step-children; brothers Dude Gray, Richard Stanton, Clarence Jefferies, A.G. Stanton, Jim Stanton, Curly Stanton and Charlie Albert Stanton; sisters, Alberta Weatherall Corner, Ida Weatherall Gray, Willie K Stanton (Martin); one great-grandchild Jermaine Prince. Mourning her passing Celebrating her life Cherishing warm memories, she leaves her beloved daughter Lois Ann Bolden; three step children Orene Elder, L.J. Castle and John Castle; sister- in- law Johnie Mae Stanton; nine grand children; 19 great- grand children; ten great- great- grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews and a host of relatives and friends.

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  1. What a beautiful legacy this precious lady leaves behind for each of you to cherish….how blessed each of you were to have been given her most prized gift…HER LOVE! God Bless each of you!

  2. Ms castle u have always been my friend, and a very go person god as been waiting for u a long time I love u and fats I love u to may GOD be with u for ever live after death is for ever I see u one day love always steve

  3. May God be with all of you at this time. Mrs. Castle was a very special lady. She was with me the night that my grandmother, Marie Putman died. They were very special friends. She had much love to give and did so freely. She will be missed.

  4. Thank You! Thank You! I could not have asked for a better GRANNY. The 3 weeks you spent with me, your other grandchildren and my daughter will be remember for ever. As always, you were uniting the family. I already miss you and it hasn'been a week. Gone but never forgotten until we meet again.Love,Paul BoldenDedicated Grandson

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