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barbara sterling (#47067092)
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Bio Photo My family noted for are Turner/Hose/Nesselrodt/Nazelrod/Ritchie/ my husbands side. Sterling/Purcell/Poulson.
pic is my mom Nellie Hose Turner
We Are The Chosen Author Unknown
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My feelings are in each family we are called to the ancestors.To put flesh on their bones and make them live again, To tell the family story and to feel that somehow they know and approve.To me.doing genealogy is not a cold gathering of facts but,instead,breathing life into all who have gone before. We are the storytellers of the tribe. We have been called as it were by our genes. Those who have gone before cry out to us; Tell our story,So,we do. In finding them,we somehow find ourselves. How many times have I told the ancestors you have wonderful family.you would be proud of us? It goes beyond just documenting facts.. It goes to who I am and why I do the things I do? The bones here are bones of my bones and flesh of my flesh.It goes to doing something about it. It goes to pride in what are ancestors were able to accomplish.How they contributed to what we are today. It goes to respecting their hardships and losses,their never giving in or giving up. Their resoluteness to go on and build a life for their family. It goes to deep pride that they fought to make and keep us a nation. It goes to a deep and immense understanding that they were doing it for us. That we might be born who we are.That we might remember them. So we do.With love and caring and scribing each fact of their existence. Because we are them and they are us. So, as a scribe called,I TELL THE STORY OF MY FAMILY. It is up to that one called in the next generation, To answer the call and take their place in the long line of family storytellers. That is why I do my family gealogy.
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When I first started my family resource. it was with great honor and respect to remember those who were my dearly closet family members. honored person's to served my country to keep me free.friends and most of all that that gave me live my dear loving parents. Noah and Nellie Turner.In the close five years that I have been searching for my family. friends I also wanted to add those whom I did not know.to help others who's love ones they may not be able to locate.this time the search for my love ones over the past few years has become more difficult then I expected, all thou, I still hope and pray by the will of God that I will beable to add or help anyone whomay want resource on a friend or family member that I have all ready added.but please do not ask me to transfer any of my family or closes friend. and picture maybe copied, but not transferred, and hope that its not for a sale to someone eles. remember you copied it FREE.when I started this I was in company with a very dear niece. who so enjoyed this.and helped me to get started.today 2013 along this past years I have losted afew close other relatives., that were apart of my life. or just there to talk to.this year alone I losted a dear niece.two great nephews.a niece has lost her mother-in-law, another niece has losted her father-in-law. what may behold in store for the rest of the year only the Lord knows.i look say here as I have so many times before. my resource is not to be counted my names or pictures. but remembering, honoring. missing terribly.theses family names for me are Turner-Hose-Sterling.my Turner's and Hose's are from Hardy Co,Wv,and my Sterling family is from Crisfield MD of the Eastern Shore.

''THE CENSUS TAKER''
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It was the first day of Census,and all through the land.The pollster was ready,a black book in hand.He mounted his horse for a long dusty ride;His books and some quills were close by his side;
Along winding ride down a road barey there;Toward the smell of fresh bread wofting up through the air.The woman was tired with lines on her face;and wispe of brown hair,She tucked into place.
She gave him some water,as they sat at the table.
He asked of her children.the best she was able.The oldest was twenty,the youngest not two.She held up a toddler with cheeks round and red;his sister she whipsered was napping in bed.
She noted each person who lived there with pride.and she felt the faint stirrings of the wee one inside.He noted the sex,the color,the age. The marks from the quill soon filled up the page.At the number of children.She nodded her head.and he saw her lips quiver for the three that were dead.The places of birth she never forgot,Was it Kansas?or Utah? or Orgean? or not?They came from Lithuania of that she was clear.But she wasn't quite sure,Just how long they been here. They spoke of employment of schooling and such.They could read some. and write some.though really not much;
When the questions were answered his job was done.So he mounted his horse.and rode toward the sun.We can almost imagine, his voice loud and clear May God Bless you all for another ten years. TO Those of you who keep reviewing my resources. ido not know how you can seek someone out who is trying to honor and remember their love one. several times i have bben ask to remove several of my immate family members.because considered dupleted. have you took a real hard look at mine as their there for remembrance not number like i believe all of yous who do big count numbers, mine are not there for num,bes but remember, i suppose not even 1/2 of yous dont even know all the people that yous add for numbers. well mine is not the case, all pics resouce and obits etc are all my finding and doing, by visiting, talking to such as family, friends, i have visited several of thses cemeteries thru the years, such as it may be of yous who add my family with a name poss headstone, why dont you check mine with full family resouce, and i do not have e-mail, nor do i use it.
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nita stolns
RE: Hastings
Hello, thanks for getting back with me. I wouldn't never delete it. Its a great picture of Jim's mom and a very nice write up. Thank you soo much. I did go back and posted on Ancestry. Going to do FB again, havn't got around to that yet. Put some flowers on the grave. Do you know what happened to John's second wife Fannie??? I asked Jim but he didn't know, any infor on that would be appreciated. Jim did say that not too long ago that Marys other sister passed. are you in charge of Find A Grave on that also??? Merry Christmas and Happy New Year..
Added by nita stolns on Dec 19, 2014 4:11 PM
nita stolns
Mary Lee Wilson Thomas Hastings
#95360783. I posted Marys pic to my website on Ancestry and gave you the credit. Then I posted it to FB also giving you the credit last evening. I went to get on FB this A.M. and noticed that it had been removed??? I had a couple people that liked it and now finding ALL removed??? I wanted my daughter to see the pic. She is married to Marys son Jim. Jim is my son in law. Can you tell me why?? it was removed even tho still on FB it gave you Find A Grave# and your name as having created the memorial for Mary. Can you give me any insight on this? Thanks
Added by nita stolns on Dec 19, 2014 10:24 AM
Nancy Yankie Sidarous
YANKEYS/YANKIESYANKEES
The first Yankeys ( three spellings ) came from Northern Germany on The Snow Irene, a vessel that arrived at Philadelphia, PA, with a father and three small boys. Their father died in the Revolutionary War, and these three sons were left alone. Two were adopted ("bonded out") two to a family in Va. and one to a family in Oh. I descend from Michael Yankey and Mary Magdalene Hottinger of Va. I have the history of both branches. This repetition of "three boys" would be repeated until my sister was born after three decades of Yankey/Yankie sets of three boys!

My father was seriously interested and did a lot of research prior to the internet "easy access". He was born in 1915. I was my father's "little shadow" and along with documents, photos and letters, have notes my father dictated to me from my childhood through adulthood. This is something we did together and he followed in the same pattern with my own daughter, his favorite granddaughter. My Grandmother Yankie went through these trunks with me, and me alone --I guess because of my avid interest. My two children, a son and a daughter, grew up under Boots Yankie's tutelage and interest in genealogy. My daughter followed in my footsteps in recording family history my Father passed on. My Father, Boots Yankie, was a Man who exuded all things good and who had a charisma that drew all family members to adore and follow (or at least try to follow) his example. He truly "walked on water". He was the true Patriarch of The Family and all were drawn to him; he was the Center and Head of our family and extended family in every way. All turned to him for help, guidance and direction. He was "the chosen one'" in our family and extended family --the stable, constant provider and advisor. The man who could move mountains if so needed! This is not just the adoration of a loving daughter, but of many members of immediate and extended family. Boots was the "go to " person, the person to ask for advice, guidance and a buck or two when needed.

We have a lot to contribute and would like the opportunity to do so for future generations.

Kindest Regards,
Nancy Yankie (and Proud to be one, one of Boots Yankies')
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Added by Nancy Yankie Sidarous on Dec 06, 2014 12:33 AM
Nancy Yankie Sidarous
YANKEYS/YANKIES
I'm very close to Charlotte Yankey Crider, a cousin who is the daughter of Lewis "Papa""Yankey. She lives still at the Yankey place at Friendship Park at the bottom of Yankie Mtn near the Yankey Cemetery. We have the Yankey/Yankie Family Reunions there every July. Nancy Yankie
Added by Nancy Yankie Sidarous on Dec 05, 2014 11:34 PM
Sandy Martin
RE: Levi turner
Barbara,
I prefer to email privately rather than have this all out where everyone can see our mundane correspondence. You have my email address. I did reply to you..just to your email.
Added by Sandy Martin on Nov 16, 2014 8:34 PM
Landon Tanner
HELP!
Wow! Somebody's been BUSY! Hee! Hee! Thank you so much for all your effort! Here's the scoop Barbara! My tree collection has gotten so huge that I can barely keep up with all the incoming correspondence and sometimes can't remember one John...from the other! I got lost pretty bad while reviewing the Harford Co. Turners and they still need much more work. In other words, I'm trying to do too many things at once and often end up confused and exhausted! Hopefully, I'll have more time this winter to catch up...but here are a couple of my latest theories about "Long John". I have a John Turner who married 1782 to Rosanna McBride at the Methodist church in Baltimore. This was evidently a double ceremony with Charles Turner who married Sarah Needy (Knode). Charles was the oldest son of my George & Hannah Neff. This John shows up as John Tomer on the 1783 tax list of Pipe Creek Hundred and is probably one of the John Turners listed there in 1790 census. I also have an unidentified John Turner in 1810 Frederick Co. who could be him. One needs to remember that these folks lived near Westminster, MD and their records are found in both Baltimore & Frederick counties. The old IGI shows several Turner marriages at that same Methodist church in Baltimore between 1800 & 1820. He's gotta be listed somewhere in 1810, 1820 & 1830 and I hope to "weed him out" someday! In answer to your Michael Tanner question...Michael Tanner 1776-1848 was a nephew to your James I Turner (aka James Michael Tanner). We may not live long enough to sort this all out but... "By George, we'll keep pecking away at it!" Take care Barb! Landon Tanner
Added by Landon Tanner on Aug 26, 2014 8:56 PM
Landon Tanner
John Turner book
Oh yes Barbara! If you have that book we should post a few pages. The cover or title page is always good to post along with any pages about Long John, especially the birth date given. I have an AFT for Long John so I could post unlimited pages. I sure wish I could find Long John in 1810, 1820 & 1830 census. I reviewed the family of Col. Andrew Turner of Harford Co., MD whom I researched many years ago. His father Thomas Turner came from Ireland possibly about 1760 and in Harford Co., MD he was called "the first Turner around here". It appears that all Turners in Harford are his descendants. There is no James Turner mentioned in his will but...according to census records of Harford, he probably had 3 or 4 older sons that weren't mentioned in the will. They were all born before 1755 but nothing is known about them so there could've possibly been a James among them who was of age in 1796. I feel certain that your James I was in VA before 1790 because he's not found in 1790 census...and I think he's the Michael Tanner there on the 1784 tax list. Several of his allied families are also on this list. I'm certain that your James is also the Michael Danner who signed the petition to move the county seat of Baltimore county in 1768...and he's the James M Dunah listed in Pipe Creek Hundred of Baltimore Co. in 1776...so I believe David Benjamin Turner was probably born there in Pipe Creek Hundred. Long John may have also been born there... or else in Frederick Co. where this family lived before 1758.
Added by Landon Tanner on Aug 15, 2014 8:49 PM
carol wilson
RE: Cain
Lucinda was the d/oJacob R. Cook & Lucinda Blackwell and she was the d/o Ranzell &Elizabeth Blackwell. Jacob was the s/o Elizabeth Cook& Elizabeth was the d/o John & Dorthy Cook.Jacob's wife died of childbirth May 1,1858. Lucinda Cook married Joshua Cain b.Dec.1822 d Mar 10,1916. Lucinda b 1851 d Feb 5,1910. They were married Dec. 23,1869. I know as I get older the more confused I get, sometimes it all runs together and I have to take a brake from it.
Added by carol wilson on Aug 11, 2014 9:42 PM
carol wilson
RE: wines
Martha Aldwilda Cain the d/o Joshua & Lucinda,Cook Cain married my husbands grandfather William Wilson. They had several children. So Martha who was married to Reuben was supposed to be a Cain? Is that correct?
Added by carol wilson on Aug 11, 2014 7:24 PM
carol wilson
RE: Martha resouce
Tell me who Reuben was.
Added by carol wilson on Aug 10, 2014 9:47 PM
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