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    1. [TURRENTINE] hello!
    2. Natalia via
    3. hello! how are you today? What is your name? my name is Natalia, You frequently are on this site? I today wanted to talk to you in a chat, but you have already left a chat, Ithink that in the near future we with you shall talk, how you consider? You have yahoo or hotmail ID? if you write to me, ok? I shall wait from you the letter with impatience My email bronislaw.ockaevitch@yandex.ru mailto:bronislaw.ockaevitch@yandex.ru Natalia

    05/05/2015 03:46:06
    1. [TURRENTINE] Happy Thanksgiving
    2. Nancy
    3. A safe, happy and memory-making Thanksgiving Day to each of you. www.thepastwhispers.com/Thanksgiving_Day Nancy

    11/23/2006 02:26:25
    1. Re: [TURRENTINE] TURRENTINE Family of TN
    2. In a message dated 9/28/2006 5:05:37 PM Pacific Daylight Time, patclem2@yahoo.com writes: http://www.angelfire.com/ar/DIXONFAMILY/Turrentine.html If you want help with Turrentine family, these are the people to do it. I will be glad to send you my family file if you think it will help. You can e-mail me at patclem2@yahoo.com Pat and Clem Stephens --------------------------------- Talk is cheap. Use Yahoo! Messenger to make PC-to-Phone calls. Great rates starting at 1¢/min. Thank you friend. I have written to the TURRENTINE ASSOCIATION and posed my question, which is: Is there evidence that that family was inter related with the WINSTEAD Family of Williamson County and Bedford County, TN. Thank you for your kindness. Harold C. Fisher

    09/28/2006 05:08:05
    1. [TURRENTINE] TURRENTINE Family of TN
    2. We are searching for a TURRENTINE Family that had some connection with a WINSTEAD Clan in Bedford County, TN and in Williamson County, TN. The timing would be within the 1800s We would appreciate any response or suggestions. Gratefully Harold C. Fisher Yazoo City, Mississippi

    09/28/2006 11:48:49
    1. Re: [TURRENTINE] TURRENTINE Family of TN
    2. Pat and Clem Stephens
    3. http://www.angelfire.com/ar/DIXONFAMILY/Turrentine.html If you want help with Turrentine family, these are the people to do it. I will be glad to send you my family file if you think it will help. You can e-mail me at patclem2@yahoo.com Pat and Clem Stephens --------------------------------- Talk is cheap. Use Yahoo! Messenger to make PC-to-Phone calls. Great rates starting at 1¢/min.

    09/28/2006 11:04:11
    1. Happy 4th of July
    2. Nancy
    3. Have a safe and happy 4th, everyone. Nancy http://www.thepastwhispers.com/4th_July.html

    07/04/2006 07:05:32
    1. Some North Carolina Military Records
    2. Nancy
    3. Some North Carolina World War I Military Records TURRENTINE, J. W., Sergt., Co. A, 105th Engrs., 30th Div. http://tinyurl.com/p6w3s California Navy, Marines, and Coast Guard World War II Casualty List ALTMAN, Peter William, Aviation Machinist's Mate 2c, USN. Guardian, Judge L. N. TURRENTINE, County Court House, San Diego. http://tinyurl.com/rl7y6 27th District, 2nd Section, Cherokee 1832 Cherokee County Georgia Land Lottery 101. James TURRENTINE, Allison's, Pike. http://tinyurl.com/s2qfn Nancy www.thepastwhispers.com

    06/12/2006 02:39:13
    1. ABMC Database
    2. Nancy
    3. Name Rank Serial No. Date of Death Cemetery TURRENTINE HENRY H PVT 37709859 16-Jul-45 Lorraine TURRENTINE HOWARD F PFC 6268155 24-Dec-44 Honolulu Memorial TURRENTINE RALPH F 2LT O-798376 30-Aug-43 Sicily-Rome The American Battle Monuments Commission has 24 overseas military cemeteries that serve as resting places for 125,000 American war dead and memorialize more than 94,000 missing U.S. servicemen and women. The Commission maintains databases of the records of the casualties that are buried in the cemeteries or listed as missing -- a total of 176,399 records (there were 405,399 American casualties in WWII): Americans in WWI and WWII cemeteries overseas; the MIA from WWI and WWII memorialized in the cemeteries and on 3 memorials in the U.S.; those killed worldwide during the Korean War; the Commission also has listings of War Dead and veterans of the Mexican War, Civil War and Spanish-American War who are buried at the ABMC cemeteries in Corozal, Panama, and Mexico City. You also may view WWII Army and Air Force casualties from a specific Unit or by State or Cemetery. www.abmc.gov/home.php Nancy www.thepastwhispers.com

    05/23/2006 04:33:23
    1. Sarah Turrentine
    2. My great grandmother Mary Stewart born 1804 married Abraham Register in 1825 in Georgia. I believe that Mary was the daughter of Sarah Turrentine born 1771 and Alexander Stewart born 1755. I can not find them in the Turrentine descendancy chart to which I have access. Is there someone who can help me? I have reason to believe that Sarah Turrentine is related to the Turrentine family of Orange County, North Carolina. I know that Alexander Stewart served in the Revolution in North Carolina. I appreciate any help that you can give me. Thank you. E.N. Patterson

    04/11/2006 12:32:48
    1. Orange County, NC Civil War Soldiers
    2. Nancy
    3. Hi everyone, Someone has copied the names/information of the Civil War soldiers from Orange County, NC and contributed them to the Orange County GenWeb site. I saw three Turrentines, but I haven't had a chance to check for related families yet. The link is: http://www.thepastwhispers.com/Orange_County_civilwar.html Nancy Nancy, visit the family: My G-Grandfather's Attic www.geocities.com/twincousin2334 The Past Whispers www.thepastwhispers.com

    04/11/2006 10:07:20
    1. Season's Greetings
    2. Nancy
    3. Best of the season to everyone......I hope 2006 is the year that all of your brick walls come tumbling down! Nancy Holiday Pages: http://www.thepastwhispers.com/Christmas_2005.html Christmas in New Orleans / The Cajun Night Before Christmas / Norwegian Greetings / A Home Fire Burning / If Only in My Dreams / Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer / Christmas Links "May your celebration of this season of holidays draw deep from the abundant joy, fierce hopes and enduring traditions of all of our ancestors." -- Author Unknown

    12/24/2005 11:02:30
    1. Happy Thanksgiving
    2. Nancy
    3. Happy Thanksgiving, everyone. . . . . http://www.thepastwhispers.com/Thanksgiving_2005.html (And a belated Thanksgiving greeting to the Canadians among you!) Nancy, visit the family My G-Grandfather's Attic www.geocities.com/twincousin2334

    11/24/2005 02:22:54
    1. Re: LDS is Digitizing their library
    2. Nancy
    3. Gordon, If you'll visit the "Family History Archive" Collection I wrote about, on the Harold B. Lee Library of BYU site, you'll find that the Family History Library is, indeed, a participant of this project, making these texts available on the BYU website. The announcement I sent was an excerpt from a press release dated September, 2005, so it is relatively new "news." While it's true that the two are separate entities, they have apparently joined together to offer this collection. Besides the Harold B. Lee Library of BYU and the LDS Family History Library, other participating libraries in the project are: LDS Business College, LDS Church History Library. BYU Hawaii, BYU Idaho. Nancy From: "Gordon Banks" <geb@gordonbanks.com> To: <TURRENTINE-L@rootsweb.com> Sent: Wednesday, November 09, 2005 2:09 PM Subject: Re: [Turrentine] LDS is Digitizing their library Actually, you are confusing two projects. The Family History Library and the BYU Library are separate and in different cities. Both are in the process of digitizing records. As far as I know, none of the FHL records are online yet, but the BYU library records are, and they do have a lot of family history material. On Tue, 2005-11-08 at 22:07 -0600, Nancy wrote: > LDS Family History Library has announced that it has begun the > process of digitizing and making available on the Internet all of > the > Family History books in their collection. About 5000 books have > been > digitized and are available, and they have announced that they are > adding about 100 titles a week to the on-line collection > Go to the web site of the Harold B. Lee Library at BYU, > http://www.lib.byu.edu/ From the list of collections that are > displayed, choose: > "Find Other Materials" > "Electronic" > "On Line Collections at BYU" > Choose the TAB "Text Collections" > And, finally, "Family History Archive" > > > Nancy, visit the family, > My G-Grandfather's Attic > www.geocities.com/twincousin2334 > > > > > > > > ============================== > Search the US Census Collection. Over 140 million records added in > the > last 12 months. Largest online collection in the world. Learn more: > http://www.ancestry.com/s13965/rd.ashx ============================== Census images 1901, 1891, 1881 and 1871, plus so much more. Ancestry.com's United Kingdom & Ireland Collection. Learn more: http://www.ancestry.com/s13968/rd.ashx

    11/09/2005 08:31:11
    1. Re: LDS is Digitizing their library
    2. Gordon Banks
    3. OK. Well, also, all of the microfilms available at FHL are going to be digitized as well, which will be wonderful. I don't know how long that is going to take, probably years. On Wed, 2005-11-09 at 15:31 -0600, Nancy wrote: > Gordon, > If you'll visit the "Family History Archive" Collection I wrote > about, on the Harold B. Lee Library of BYU site, you'll find that the > Family History Library is, indeed, a participant of this project, > making these texts available on the BYU website. The announcement I > sent was an excerpt from a press release dated September, 2005, so it > is relatively new "news." > While it's true that the two are separate entities, they have > apparently joined together to offer this collection. Besides the > Harold B. Lee Library of BYU and the LDS Family History Library, other > participating libraries in the project are: LDS Business College, LDS > Church History Library. BYU Hawaii, BYU Idaho. > Nancy > > From: "Gordon Banks" <geb@gordonbanks.com> > To: <TURRENTINE-L@rootsweb.com> > Sent: Wednesday, November 09, 2005 2:09 PM > Subject: Re: [Turrentine] LDS is Digitizing their library > > Actually, you are confusing two projects. The Family History Library > and the BYU Library are separate and in different cities. Both are in > the process of digitizing records. As far as I know, none of the FHL > records are online yet, but the BYU library records are, and they do > have a lot of family history material. > > On Tue, 2005-11-08 at 22:07 -0600, Nancy wrote: > > LDS Family History Library has announced that it has begun the > > process of digitizing and making available on the Internet all of > > the > > Family History books in their collection. About 5000 books have > > been > > digitized and are available, and they have announced that they are > > adding about 100 titles a week to the on-line collection > > Go to the web site of the Harold B. Lee Library at BYU, > > http://www.lib.byu.edu/ From the list of collections that are > > displayed, choose: > > "Find Other Materials" > > "Electronic" > > "On Line Collections at BYU" > > Choose the TAB "Text Collections" > > And, finally, "Family History Archive" > > > > > > Nancy, visit the family, > > My G-Grandfather's Attic > > www.geocities.com/twincousin2334 > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > ============================== > > Search the US Census Collection. Over 140 million records added in > > the > > last 12 months. Largest online collection in the world. Learn more: > > http://www.ancestry.com/s13965/rd.ashx > > > ============================== > Census images 1901, 1891, 1881 and 1871, plus so much more. > Ancestry.com's United Kingdom & Ireland Collection. Learn more: > http://www.ancestry.com/s13968/rd.ashx >

    11/09/2005 07:42:16
    1. Re: [Turrentine] LDS is Digitizing their library
    2. Gordon Banks
    3. Actually, you are confusing two projects. The Family History Library and the BYU Library are separate and in different cities. Both are in the process of digitizing records. As far as I know, none of the FHL records are online yet, but the BYU library records are, and they do have a lot of family history material. On Tue, 2005-11-08 at 22:07 -0600, Nancy wrote: > LDS Family History Library has announced that it has begun the > process of digitizing and making available on the Internet all of the > Family History books in their collection. About 5000 books have been > digitized and are available, and they have announced that they are > adding about 100 titles a week to the on-line collection > Go to the web site of the Harold B. Lee Library at BYU, > http://www.lib.byu.edu/ From the list of collections that are > displayed, choose: > "Find Other Materials" > "Electronic" > "On Line Collections at BYU" > Choose the TAB "Text Collections" > And, finally, "Family History Archive" > > > Nancy, visit the family, > My G-Grandfather's Attic > www.geocities.com/twincousin2334 > > > > > > > > ============================== > Search the US Census Collection. Over 140 million records added in the > last 12 months. Largest online collection in the world. Learn more: http://www.ancestry.com/s13965/rd.ashx

    11/09/2005 05:09:16
    1. LDS is Digitizing their library
    2. Nancy
    3. LDS Family History Library has announced that it has begun the process of digitizing and making available on the Internet all of the Family History books in their collection. About 5000 books have been digitized and are available, and they have announced that they are adding about 100 titles a week to the on-line collection Go to the web site of the Harold B. Lee Library at BYU, http://www.lib.byu.edu/ From the list of collections that are displayed, choose: "Find Other Materials" "Electronic" "On Line Collections at BYU" Choose the TAB "Text Collections" And, finally, "Family History Archive" Nancy, visit the family, My G-Grandfather's Attic www.geocities.com/twincousin2334

    11/08/2005 03:07:26
    1. Links of Interest
    2. Nancy
    3. I've been out of pocket for awhile, so I apologize if you've received these before. (We have electricity, phone & safe water again; one thing, among many, that Katrina has taught me is that I'm too old for the camping life!) Nancy The Family History Library intends to digitalize all their films and make them free online for everyone's use. http://deseretnews.com/dn/view/0,1249,605153189,00.html They are looking for volunteers: http://www.ldsindexing.org/ Good news for historians and genealogists: Park Service Team Set to Rescue Years of Artifacts: http://tinyurl.com/8srxn This is an interesting site with many helpful links, but be aware that there are some "pay" sites mixed in with the free: RSS Genealogy.com: Genealogy Blogs, Chats, and Message Boards http://tinyurl.com/dagon Nancy, New Orleans and Katrina: The Soul of a City: http://www.geocities.com/twincousin2334/Soul_of_a_City.html My G-Grandfather's Attic: http://www.geocities.com/twincousin2334

    09/19/2005 09:56:29
    1. Baldridge-Turrentine Book
    2. Nancy
    3. For those who descend from Elizabeth Turrentine and Francis Baldridge, the Konawa Genealogy Society has just re-printed "Francis Baldridge, His Wife, His Turrentine In-laws, Their Family" by Dr. Chester Kennedy. I just received my copy yesterday (I'd been on a waiting list for this book for 5 years!), so if you have any questions about the content or how to get in touch with the Society, I'll be happy to let you know. Nancy Nancy, visit the family: My G-Grandfather's Attic www.geocities.com/twincousin2334

    08/02/2005 02:41:54
    1. Online Census Resources
    2. Nancy
    3. Some free census resources (but watch those ads that will take you to subscription sites). Nancy USGenWeb Census Project, On-Line Inventory of Transcribed Censuses: http://www.us-census.org/inventory/ Census Links: http://www.censuslinks.com Census Finder: http://www.censusfinder.com Census Online: http://www.census-online.com/links Census Diggins (Scroll down to 'Free Database Menu'): http://www.censusdiggins.com/ Rootsweb Census Look-Up Mailing Lists (Change "NC" to the state you're interested in.): http://lists.rootsweb.com/index/other/Census/NC-CENSUS-LOOKUP.html USGenNet Census Look-Up Message Board: http://www.us-census.org/webbbs/lookups/index.cgi Census Tools (Offers census spreadsheets, free, but must register.): http://www.censustools.com/ United Kingdom and Ireland Census: http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/Census.html National Archives and Records Administration Census (Information.): http://www.archives.gov/research_room/genealogy/research_topics/census_records.html Nancy, visit the family! www.geocities.com/twincousin2334 www.thepastwhispers.com

    05/12/2005 02:45:37
    1. Hints and links for research in old newspapers
    2. Nancy
    3. Hope this will be helpful to some of you. When I was searching, I found a few databases I hadn't seen before. Hints and links for research in old newspapers: http://www.geocities.com/twincousin2334/newspapers Nancy Nancy, visit the family: www.geocities.com/twincousin2334 www.thepastwhispers.com

    04/06/2005 04:21:37