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Family Stories
   
"If you cannot get rid of the family skeleton, you may as well make it dance."
~George Bernard Shaw

 

Nothing adds more to the names and dates of a family history than the family myths/stories--whether completely true or slightly embellished or dependent on fading memories. They are the glue that holds our families together. The tales here include a collection of memories written by Dr. Paul D. Sturkie, Tales of a Texas Grandpa, a newspaper acount of Howard Sturkie's experiences as a WWII pilot, as well as hand-me-down tales of various family members including Kathleen Sturkie and Lloyd Olen Sturkie. I invite Sturkie family members to add to our collection.

 
Gone to Texas
Adventures of John Ira
Tales of a Texas Grandpa
 
Mediterranean Mission
Vandy Sturkie
Hog Killin' Time
   
Memories of Lloyd Olen Sturkie
 

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