Bonnie attended the local schools there and was a bright student who showed a keen interest in poetry and literature, earning honors in her studies.
Of a decidedly diminutive stature and thought to be exceptionally pretty, she had dreams of becoming an actress, and in her youth there were no signs of the criminal path that she would follow.
During her second year of high school, Bonnie became involved with classmate Roy Thornton.
In September 1926, just days before Bonnie's 16th birthday, they were married, with Bonnie having gotten a tattoo of their names on her right thigh to celebrate their romance.
God saw you were so tired, the cure was not to be, He put His arms around you and whispered 'Come to me.' Your loving wife Cathleen, sons, daughters and grandchildren x DELANEY MARY (nee FARRELL).
It is a recently converted old barn dating back to the 18th century and is peacefully situated in an idyllic rural setting, surrounded by beautiful natural countryside and where wonderful birdlife inhabits the pretty garden.
It is a perfect touring base for Stirling, Loch Lomond and the National Park, Aberfoyle and The Trossachs but is only an hour away from Inveraray, Edinburgh and Perth and under an hour to Glasgow.
You passed on to the other side, Though we wish you could still be here with us on your 65th birthday.
From Maggie, Cameron and Danielle xxx REID In loving memory of LUCY, who passed away, on 21st May 2016, dear mother of Jas and Tony, grandmother, great-grandmother and great-great-grandmother.