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Daniel B. Turner
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Parents:

Father: Holden H. Turner b. 4 November 1760, d. circa 1844
Mother: Jennet Hutchinson b. circa 1776, d. after 1851

David H. Turner
Death*: Deceased

Family:

Sarah ? d. Deceased

Edna May Turner
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Note*: Edna May Turner was born on 20 Mar 1878. She died very young.
Death*: Died very young
Birth*: 20 March 1878

Parents:

Father: George Frederick Turner b. 12 July 1842, d. 5 February 1905
Mother: Mary Ann Ellis b. 14 December 1844, d. 2 February 1882

Eva Mae Turner

Charts:
Descendant Chart for John Drake of Exmouth
Descendant Chart for William White

Note*: Person Source
Birth*: 10 January 1888, Linn Co, Missouri
Marriage*: 13 September 1908, Linn Co, Missouri, Principal=Charles Raymond Knapp
Death*: 26 March 1988, Long Beach, Los Angeles County, California

Family:

Charles Raymond Knapp b. 28 July 1885, d. 23 February 1960

Children:

Jesse Charles Knapp b. 1 Jul 1909, d. 1 Apr 1991

Francis Turner
Marriage*: Principal=(?) Annie

Family:

(?) Annie

Children:

Neil Cuthbert Turner b. c 1890

Frank Wilmot Turner
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Note*: Frank Wilmot Turner was born on 12 Oct 1873 in Bridgewater, AroostookCounty, Maine. He in Woburn, Middlesex Co., MA. 1913. Union Square MeatShop, Somerville, MA. 1898. Worked in Linnell's Market, 404 Main Street,Woburn, MA 1890-1928. Took over the Market with his brother, Fred asTurner Bros. Market 1928-1939. He retired in 1939. He died before 17Jan 1961.
Birth*: 12 October 1873, Bridgewater, Aroostook County, Maine, U.S.A.
Death*: before 17 January 1961

Parents:

Father: George Frederick Turner b. 12 July 1842, d. 5 February 1905
Mother: Mary Ann Ellis b. 14 December 1844, d. 2 February 1882

Frederick Holton Turner
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Note*: Frederick Holton Turner was born on 13 Apr 1876 in Bridgewater, AroostookCounty, Maine. He was a between 1894 and 1911 in Woburn, Middlesex Co.,MA. William Bartlett meat and provision store 1894-1911. Soles & Towes1911-1913. Linnell's Market, 404 Main Street, Woburn Ma. 1913-1928.Turner Bros. Market, 404 Main St., Woburn, MA. 1928-1939 with Frank, hisbrother. He died in 1955. In 1900 he is at 71 High Street, Woburn, Middlesex Co.,MA. with his wife, Catherine.
Birth*: 13 August 1876, Bridgewater, Aroostook County, Maine, U.S.A.
Death*: 1955, Woburn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: George Frederick Turner b. 12 July 1842, d. 5 February 1905
Mother: Mary Ann Ellis b. 14 December 1844, d. 2 February 1882

Frederick Samuel Turner
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Birth*: 1856
Marriage*: 1884, Principal=Lydia Cecilia Hyde
Death*: 1925

Parents:

Father: Charles Turner d. Deceased
Mother: Eleanor Farquharson d. Deceased

Family:

Lydia Cecilia Hyde b. 29 August 1860, d. 21 April 1919

George Turner
Birth*: 22 May 1924, Collingwood, Nova Scotia, Canada
Death*: 3 January 1968, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

George Turner
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Birth*: 1873, Fredericton, York County, New Brunswick, Canada

Parents:

Father: William R. Turner b. 24 November 1840, d. 2 March 1903
Mother: Miss Sarah

George Frederick Turner
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Note*: George Frederick TURNER was born on 12 Jul 1842 in Woodstock, CarletonCo., NB, Canada. In 1900 he was living at 36 Auburn Street, Woburn,Middlesex Co., MA with his second wife Elizabeth F. (Ellis), age 51, and his mother in lawHannah Ellis, age 91. Tombstone says 12 Jul 1842-5 Feb 1905. He died on 5 Feb1905 in Woburn, Middlesex Co., MA. 6 Feb 1905 with an age of 62 y 6 mo.,25 days in Porter, Nancy: Early Farmington Vital Records, 1994, p 193. Hewas buried on 9 Feb 1905 in Farmington, Franklin Co., ME. RiversideCemetery, Main Street, Farmington, ME Tombstone intact and readable in1960 by Mrs Dorothy Wirth. Site unmown. He was a in Reading, MiddlesexCo., MA. Currier Occupation: tanner. He entered the U.S. on 18 Sept 1861.Occupation given as currier on birth certificate of his son Harry AllenTurner, 14 Dec 1880. Not on the 1880 census for anywhere in Maine.Address in 1900: 36 Auburn St. Woburn, Middlesex Co., MA, at which timeHis wife Elizabeth F. and mother in law Hannah Ellis were living withhim. Marriage date given as Dec 1866 in International Genealogical Indexand placed in Waldo Co., ME.
Marriage*: Principal=Mary Ann Ellis
Birth*: 12 July 1842, Woodstock, Carleton County, New Brunswick, Canada
Marriage*: December 1866, Waldo County, Maine, U.S.A., Principal=Elizabeth F. 'Lizzie' Ellis
Death*: 5 February 1905, Woburn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: George William Turner b. 22 November 1816, d. 27 August 1857
Mother: Mary Jane Estey b. 24 August 1819, d. 5 April 1897

Family 1:

Elizabeth F. 'Lizzie' Ellis

Family 2:

Mary Ann Ellis b. 14 December 1844, d. 2 February 1882

Children:

Minnie Estella Turner b. 24 Mar 1867, d. 7 Jun 1926
Minnie Estella Turner b. 24 Mar 1867, d. 7 Jun 1926
Georgie Elizabeth Turner b. 31 Jul 1871, d. 6 Dec 1927
Georgie Elizabeth Turner b. 31 Jul 1871, d. 6 Dec 1927
Frank Wilmot Turner b. 12 Oct 1873, d. b 17 Jan 1961
Frank Wilmot Turner b. 12 Oct 1873, d. b 17 Jan 1961
Frederick Holton Turner b. 13 Aug 1876, d. 1955
Frederick Holton Turner b. 13 Aug 1876, d. 1955
Edna May Turner b. 20 Mar 1878
Edna May Turner b. 20 Mar 1878
Harry Allen Turner+ b. 14 Dec 1880, d. 5 Jan 1965
Harry Allen Turner+ b. 14 Dec 1880, d. 5 Jan 1965

George Hutchinson Turner
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Note*: iv. George Hutchinson TURNER. The naming of this son follows theScottish convention of naming the second son after the mother's father.We know that her maiden name was Hutchinson, ergo her father was probablyGeorge. It also lends credence to George's grandfather being Robert.

Parents:

Father: Holden H. Turner b. 4 November 1760, d. circa 1844
Mother: Jennet Hutchinson b. circa 1776, d. after 1851

George William Turner
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Note*: FIFTH GENERATION 16. George William TURNER was born on 22 Nov 1816 in Fredericton, NB.Listed as 35 in Census of 1851. Birth given as 1806 by Marjories Waters.Perhaps she is off by 10 years. He was a on 21 Jan 1840 in Merchant ofFredericton, NB, Canada. Living in Fredericton Parish, York Co., NB inthe 1851 with wife Mary Jane, children William R., George F., CharlesHarris, Henry Allan. They had a servant: Martha McColum, age 20. He was aSurveyor in 1851 in Fredericton, York Co., NB. He died on 27 Aug 1857 inFredericton, NB. Of NB, Canada. Living in Fredericton Parrish, York Co.,NB in 1851 with wife, 4 children and a servant: Martha McColum. By Rev.F. W. Miles. 17. Mary Jane ESTEY was born on 24 Aug 1819 in Fredericton, York Co., NB.She was baptized on 28 Nov 1858 in Fredericton, York Co., NB. BrunswickStreet Baptist Church She died on 5 Apr 1897 in Fredericton, NB. OfFredericton, NB, Canada at the time of her marriage: 21 Jan 1840. Livingin Woodstock, Carleton Co., NB at the time of the birth of her grandsonHarry A. Turner: 14 Dec 1880. Children were: i. William R. TURNER was born on 24 Nov 1840 in Fredericton, NB. He diedon 2 Mar 1903 in Fredericton. He was a Lumber scaler. Lumber scaler.Lived on George Street, Fredericton,NB after he was married. In 1881 heand Sarah and two children, May , 10 and George, 8, and his mother MaryJane and brothers Henry and Chalmers were all living together. In 1851the residence was shared with John H. Atherton. 8 ii. George Frederick TURNER. iii. Charles Harris TURNER was born about 1844 in , , Canada. He was aCarpenter. A Charles H. Turner in 1903 resided in Stoneham, MA. iv. Henry Allan TURNER was born about 1847 in , , Canada. Henry A. H.Turner born 1848 was residing in the family home in 1881.
Birth*: 22 November 1816, Fredericton, York County, New Brunswick, Canada
Marriage*: 21 January 1840, Fredericton, York County, New Brunswick, Canada, Principal=Mary Jane Estey
Death*: 27 August 1857, Fredericton, York County, New Brunswick, Canada

Parents:

Father: Robert Turner b. 1788, d. 18 December 1823
Mother: Phoebe Russell b. 2 August 1783

Family:

Mary Jane Estey b. 24 August 1819, d. 5 April 1897

Children:

William R. Turner+ b. 24 Nov 1840, d. 2 Mar 1903
George Frederick Turner+ b. 12 Jul 1842, d. 5 Feb 1905
Charles Harris Turner b. c 1844
Henry Allan Turner b. c 1847

Georgie Elizabeth Turner
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Birth*: 31 July 1871, Houlton, Aroostook County, Maine, U.S.A.
Death*: 6 December 1927

Parents:

Father: George Frederick Turner b. 12 July 1842, d. 5 February 1905
Mother: Mary Ann Ellis b. 14 December 1844, d. 2 February 1882

Gertrude Turner
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Death*: UNKNOWN
Birth*: after 1880

Parents:

Father: John B. Turner d. UNKNOWN
Mother: Hannah Frances Dyer b. 19 June 1853, d. 5 September 1936

Harry Allen Turner
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Note*: THIRD GENERATION -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4. Harry Allen TURNER was born on 14 Dec 1880 in Woodstock, Carleton Co.,NB, Canada. Certificate of Birth in possession of Ralph J. Turner,Sheridan, Oregon, registration given on 19 March 1943 at Carleton, NB.Record of birth on a photostat of a family record (bible?) in possessionof Ralph J. Turner also. His birthplace is given as Woburn MA on the Registration of birthof his son Ralph E. Turner but this is wrong and probably came form hisson. He died on 5 Jan 1965 in Reading, Middlesex Co., MA. He was buriedon 18 Jan 1965 in Reading, Middlesex Co., MA. Services at the Chapel ofthe First Congregational Church, Woburn St., Reading on Monday at 14:30hours. Edgerly and Bessom Funeral Home held the body for visitors at 743Main St., Reading on Sunday evening from 19:30 to 21:00 hours. ReadingCommandry Services held on Sunday at 20:00 hours. Flowers werediscouraged. He had Social Security Number 018-20-5912. Harry marriedfour times. His first wife Margaret Kernan bore Ralph Edwin Turner inDouglas Co. OR. His second wife, Elsie J., bore Helen G. (Parker), in MA.His third wife, Maude Tilton bore no children and he married her twice.. His natural mother died before he was two years old. His aunt Elizabeth'Lizzie' Ellis married his father and raised him. Harry served in the Spanish American war in Porto Rico, Cuba, and thePhilippines in three separate volunteer enlistments. There is a telegramto Private Harry A. Turner, of 475 Sumner St, East Boston, MA, to 'ReportMonday at SO (?) Army for transportation papers', dated 14 Jan 1898. Hereported on 6 May 1898, He mustered into Company H, the 6th MassachusettsVolunteers on 13 May 1898, proceeded to Baltimore, Camp Alger, Virginia.On July 1898 he was on the 'Yale' to Charleston SC. He was sick on boardthe Yale, off Guanica, PR on 25 July 1898. He was sick three other timeson and off board ship. The troops arrived at Sibonay, Cuba in 11 July,and on 14 July prepared to land but received a signal of surrender fromfort 'Moro.' On 25 July troops landed at Guanica, Puerto Rico. Theyengaged Spanish troops on the Yauco Road and marched to Ponce. On 7August, 1898 Krag Jorgensen rifles arrived to replace the Springfieldsthe troops were using. They hiked upland and across the island on 9August. They were at Guarguas and Adjuntas. They built barracks at Huado.He had typhoid fever. Sent home on 7 Sep 1898. He recovered and returnedto San Juan, PR. On 22 Sept 1898 The hospital ship 'Baystate' sailed withthe sick from Arecibo. On 9 Jan 1899 he was transferred to Company H ofthe 8th MA volunteers. A letter survives from his step mother and auntLizzie to him when he was in Cuba encouraging him to clean up his tent.She can imagine what it looks like. The letter was addressed to Matanzas,Cuba on 5 Mar 1899. Harry mustered out in Boston on 20 Jun 1899. On 21Oct, the remaining troops left on the 'Mississippi, arriving in Boston,MA on 27 Oct. Several medals testify to his military service. One: medal#4908 engraved on the bottom edge has the inscription: 'Army ofOccupation Military Government of Cuba 1898-1902.' He re enlisted 16 Sep 1899 at Fort Ethan Allen, VT and was a private ofCompany E of the 43 rd Regiment of Infantry of the US Volunteers. Arecord of the journey on shipboard indicates that it went from NY toGibraltar, Malta, Port Said, Suez Canal, Aden, Columbo, Singapore toManila for a total of 13000 miles. Engagements: Calbauog Samar 26 Jan, 26Mar, 28, 17, 26 Jun, 1900. A letter to H.L. Andrews of 'Newsprint', at429 Main Street, Woburn, MA, from Captain John S. Fair of the 43rdInfantry, stated that Private H.A.Turner was wounded by a boloman at LaGranja(farm) on 21 March 1900. He was a sentinel on duty on a dark,rainynight in front of a quarters of troops. 'Insurrectos', knocked him downand dragged him off. He lost his rifle and received a small wound.Engagements: Pomronan, Leyte, 8 Feb, San Augustine, Leyte 4 Apr, Caradad,5 Apr, Wayby, 9 Apr San Antonio and Flora Del 10 Feb 1901. A copy of theWar Department of 12 Nov, 1932 documents the issue of a purple heart toHarry A. Turner of 21 Highland St., Reading MA at that time for action on21 March, 1900, Made a corporal sometime in 1900. Mustered out at thePresidio in SF, CA on 5 Jul 1902. Certificate of service 14 Jul 1932There is an original pencil drawing showing buildings, possibly quarters,with the inscription: 'Callayog, Samar Island as it was 15 May, 1900Looking from creek toward bay.' Some words are not certain. Two otherdrawings signed by him show a Phillipine cabin dated 2 and 10 May 1901.Schedule for weekdays indicated reveille at 5:45, Assembly for Breakfastat 6:00, Assembly after dinner at 12:00, Assembly for supper at 5:00 pm,quarters at 9:00 and taps at 10:00 at Baybay, Leyte, PI.. He is describedas being 18 years old, 5 foot 7 1/4 inches tall, of light complexion andwith blue eyes and dark hair, of occupation Carpenter, on his dischargecertificate. From San Francisco, he took the train to the end of the line: Roseburg,OR., where he met Margaret Kernan, his first wife. Served for three yearsin D Co., !st Separte Battalion of the Oregon National Guard 1902-1905,Company Clerk for 6 mos. Bought lots 19, 20 and 21 in Block 40, KinneysAddition, Roseburg, Douglas Co., OR on 14 Jul 1905 from W. A. and AgnesRichards for $100. This was a few months after his wife Maggie hadreceived $200 from her mother's guardianship. Recorded the following day.There is a hand written set of songs sung at at gathering in Oak Creek,OR on Christmas 1905 given by Mrs Pearl Price which is signed H.A.T. andsaved in Harry's sea chest. There is a notice from Z (opher). N. Agee,county clerk dated 9 June 1906 that certifies that H. A. Turner waselected Justice of Peace of the Mt. Scott Precinct, of Douglas County, ORon 4 June 1906. Zopher was the brother of Ray Agee, who was MargaretKernan's second husband. Harry left 'Maggie' to care for her ailing mother and returned home toMA, for a visit. He never returned to the West coast. His address in 1907was 634 Main St., Woburn, MA. He was a house painter. He also was aconductor of a trolley car for a period of time. A relative, Lord, saidto RJT, (while visiting in Syracuse, NY), that Harry was very careful andaccurate as a painter. A certificate shows Harry a member of the FirstCongregational Church of Reading MA on 7 Jan 1917. In 1920 he was livingat 10 Mount Vernon Street in Reading, Middlesex Co., MA with wife Elsie,daughter Helen and Walter Kimball age 40 and Gordon B., Kimball, age 12both listed as boarders. In 1930 Harry was receiving a $25.00 a month veterans pension. He was'Commander of Corp. of Charles F. Parker Camp #39 USWV and was residingat 37 Bancroft Ave. in Reading MA. (18 Dec 1931 news clip). He marriedMaude Tilton the first time on 24 Jun 1933 in ME. He married her asecond time on 6 Jun 1937. Harry was honorably discharged from theVeterans Home, Chelsea, MA on 13 June 1938. 1943 Certificate of Citizenship in possession of Ralph J. Turner. Residing at 17 Highland Street, Reading MA in 1941 and thereafter. Houseoriginally belonged to his third wife Maude Tilton. Obituary indicatesthat he served as a guard at the Watertown arsenal during World War II. Ralph J. Turner met him in the summers of 1941 (5 years old) and 1952 (16years old). Harry seemed somewhat short-tempered and bossy. Ralph Edwinsaw Harry those same years but also once during the second world war anda year before Harry died. Harry left his house to Ralph E.Turner, hisonly son. He once stated to Ralph E. Turner that Helen Parker was not hisnatural child. A photograph of the three of them taken probably in 1952,shows a family resemblance, however. Harry and Maud began getting monthly social security payments from Jan1955. First payment was $59.40 for him and $29.70 for his wife. Harrywas a Knight Templar of Reading MA Cammandery #50, on 17 Aug, 1959. Correspondence exists between Harry and his third wife Maud and his sonRalph E. and daughter in law and grandson Ralph J. from 1941-1965. Harry requested that his son Ralph be the executer of his estate. Ralphat that time was in the Marshall Islands, North Pacific (1960-62). Harry had a hernia operation in the summer of 1963 after a June visitfrom his son who had returned from his Interior Dept service in theIslands. He was divorced from Martha Margaret 'Maggie' KERNAN on 16 May1908 in , Douglas Co., OR. William R. Willis, Fullerton & Orcutt, Coshow& Rice, her attorneys, L. T. Harris and J. W. Hamilton, Judges, ZopherAgee, Co. Clerk. Custody of Ralph Edwin Turner, minor, given toPriscilla. Notice published in the Oakland Owl for 6 weeks commencing on30 Dec 1907 to 30 Jan 1908. Testimony from Maggie was given that Harrystruck their son RET and physically pinched and pushed her. ElsieThornton also witnessed that he threw bread and rice all over the houseon one occasion. Maggie also testified that he had not contributed tothe her or their son's support since he left about 1 Mr 1907. LesterRice took the testimony. They divorced after about two years--need moreinfo. A letter from Roy Agee to Harry Turner of 15 July 1944 indicatesthat he has sent a certified copy of the divorce decree granted in 1908.He also informs Harry that Maggie died 'some years ago' (which Harry knewfrom at least 1941 on, if not before). 5. Martha Margaret 'Maggie' KERNAN was born on 3 Sep 1885 in Oak Creek,Douglas Co., OR. This is in the Mt. Scott Precinct 10 miles West ofRoseburg. A note in the handwriting of Ralph E. Turner gives the birth date as 11Sep 1885. She died on 11 Jun 1935 in Klamath Falls, Klamath Co., OR.Early hours, according to the obituary. She was buried on 13 Jun 1935 inKlamath Falls, Klamath Co., OR. Linkville Cemetery record: Block 21 plot9 Lot 8. Klamath Funeral Home 825 High street, Klamath Falls, filed 15Jun 1935. Listed as a pupil in the Oak Creek, Douglas Co.,OR school(District #11) in 1898 with brothers Henry and John with Pearle M. Corn,Teacher, Wm E. Thornton, Chairman of Board. Received $200 from her motheron 26 May 1905 in settlement of her guardianship. She was the first of Harry Allen Turner's three wives. She remainedbehind in Douglas County, OR to take care of her ailing mother Priscilla,when Harry returned home to MA. On 1 Mar 1907, Harry turned over lots 19, 20, and 21 in Block 40, KinneyAddition, Roseburg, Douglas Co., to her. Roy C. Agee was deputy clerk atthat time and recorded it on 27 Oct 1908. After the divorce she married Ray Agee. She had no issue with Ray. Shehad a sense of humor (according to Ruth Turner). Bill (Norman) Kernanreported that Maggie was the first telephone operator in Roseburg,Oregon. Her name is listed as Martha May in one census. She sold to W. A. Thornton on 27 Oct 1905, Lots 19, 20 and 21 in Block40, Kinney's addition Roseburg, Douglas Co., OR for $200, Roy Agee,deputy clerk. She petitioned for letters of administration for the heirs of PriscillaC. Kernan, her mother, who's estate was worth about $3000, $1200 cash andtheir remainder in real estate in Klamath and Lake Co., OR, on 24 Jan1931. Her mother Priscilla, who was living with her and her husband Ray,had died in 12 Jan 1930. As a result of this, in some kind of dividingup between her two siblings she received a quit claim from her 2 brothersfor the S 1/2 of NE 1/4 of Section 30, T40S R19E in the West Side area ofLake Co. and timber on SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 of SE 1/4 and S 1/2 ofSE 1/4 of Section 17, T41S R17E in Yocum Valley, of Lake Co., OR on 10Apr 1931. She purchased from John Jackson on 31 May 1934 lot 17, block 302, in theDarrow Addition of Klamath Falls, OR. Children were: 2 i. Ralph Edwin TURNER.
Marriage*: Principal=Martha Margaret 'Maggie' Kernan
Birth*: 14 December 1880, Woodstock, Carleton County, New Brunswick, Canada
Death*: 5 January 1965, Reading, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: George Frederick Turner b. 12 July 1842, d. 5 February 1905
Mother: Mary Ann Ellis b. 14 December 1844, d. 2 February 1882

Family:

Martha Margaret 'Maggie' Kernan b. 3 September 1885, d. 11 June 1935

Children:

Ralph Edwin Turner+ b. 15 Dec 1904, d. 16 Oct 1980

Harry Alvin Turner
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Note*: Harry was a butcher by trade.
Birth*: 5 November 1910, Urbana, Champaign County, Illinois, U.S.A.
Death*: 14 October 1985, Bremerton, Kitsap County, Washington, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Charles Dudley Turner d. 1955
Mother: Ethel Burbige b. 22 December 1889, d. 24 November 1953

Henry Allan Turner
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Note*: Henry A. H. Turner born 1848 was residing in the family home in 1881.
Birth*: circa 1847, Canada

Parents:

Father: George William Turner b. 22 November 1816, d. 27 August 1857
Mother: Mary Jane Estey b. 24 August 1819, d. 5 April 1897

Holden H. Turner
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Note*: Holden TURNER was born on 4 Nov 1760 in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland.He was christened on 8 Nov 1760 in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland. Hedied about 1844 in Fredericton, York Co., NB. He was a Cordwainer. FromAyr, Ayrshire,Scotland. Served in 22nd Regiment stationed at Halifaxprior to 1783. First settled at Lincoln, Sunbury Co., NB from 1784 to Abt1821, where they raised 10 children.. Purchased land in Fredericton in1801. But he did not remove to Fredericton, York Co., NB until 1820's..No military service indicated in Wright's book. On 6 May 1820 he declaredthat he had been an inhabitant of NB for nearly 36 years and neverreceived any land from the Crown. Asked for relief from 1845 Act. Scottish Church Records show a Holden Turner christened 1760 Lanarkshireson of Robert. They show also a Hugh b 1757 and Henry christened 1763 both sons ofRobert Turner. A Robert Turner christened in 1733, Lanarkshire, had a father Archibald.A Robert Turner m Agnes Russell in 1753 in Lanarkshire. Another Robert mJanet Boyd 1750, Lanarkshire. That his eldest son was named Robert and his second son George Hutchinsonfits with Scottish naming conventions, since his wife's maiden name wasHutchinson. These same conventions make it likely that Holden had anuncle John. These same naming conventions would call for fourth sonWilliam B., to be named Holden, however after his father. 65. Jennet HUTCHINSON was born about 1767 in Scotland. She died after1851 in Fredericton, York Co., NB. Came over from Loch Loman, Scotland in1776. She is the head of a household in the Census of 1851 in Frederictonwith two older daughters Charlotte and Amelia (McGraw). Scottish naming conventions would indicate that Jennet's father's namewas George Hutchinson, since she named her second son George Hutchinson,and that her mother's name was Amelia since her eldest daughter was giventhat name. However, these conventions would call for daughter MargaretAgnes to be named Jennet and would expect an aunt Belle Hutchinson toexist on her mother's side. Children were: 32 i. Robert TURNER. ii. Amelia TURNER was born about 1793. She died after 1851. Living withher mother Jannet and her sister Charlotte in 1851 in Fredericton. iii. Charlotte TURNER was born about 1801. She died after 1851. Livingwith her mother in 1851 and her sister Amelia McGraw in Fredericton.Evidently not married at this age (50). iv. George Hutchinson TURNER. The naming of this son follows theScottish convention of naming the second son after the mother's father.We know that her maiden name was Hutchinson, ergo her father was probablyGeorge. It also lends credence to George's grandfather being Robert. A Robert Turner christened in 1733, Lanarkshire, had a father Archibald.A Robert Turner m Agnes Russell in 1753 in Lanarkshire. Another Robert mJanet Boyd 1750, Lanarkshire v. John D. TURNER. vi. Margaret Agnes TURNER. vii. William B. TURNER. viii. Belle TURNER. ix. Daniel B. TURNER. x. James E. TURNER.
Marriage*: Principal=Jennet Hutchinson
Birth*: 4 November 1760, Glasgow, Lanarkshire County, Scotland
Christening: 8 November 1760, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
Death*: circa 1844, Fredericton, York County, New Brunswick, Canada

Parents:

Father: Robert Turner b. 29 July 1733
Mother: Janet Boyd

Family:

Jennet Hutchinson b. circa 1776, d. after 1851

Children:

George Hutchinson Turner
John D. Turner+
Margaret Agnes Turner
Belle Turner
William B. Turner
Daniel B. Turner
James E. Turner
Robert Turner+ b. 1788, d. 18 Dec 1823
Amelia Turner b. c 1793, d. a 1851
Charlotte Turner b. c 1801, d. a 1851

Hugh Turner
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Note*: iii. Hugh TURNER was born on 14 Feb 1757 in Glasgow, Lanarkshire,Scotland.
Birth*: 14 February 1757, Glasgow, Lanarkshire County, Scotland

Parents:

Father: Robert Turner b. 29 July 1733
Mother: Janet Boyd

Ida Experience Turner
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Note*: !ID=OU 119521

5 in 1861 census
14 in 1871 census
34 in 1891 census
Birth*: 14 May 1856, Baie Verte Road, New Brunswick
Census*: 1861, Westmorland Parish, Westmorland County, New Brunswick
Census: 1871, Westmorland Parish, Westmorland County, New Brunswick
Residence*: before July 1884, Baie Verte, Westmorland County, New Brunswick
Marriage*: 8 July 1884, Westmorland County, New Brunswick, Principal=Isaac Goodwin Hamilton
Census: 1891, Westmorland Parish, Westmorland County, New Brunswick
Death*: 6 January 1934, Baie Verte, Westmorland County, New Brunswick

Family:

Marriage*: 8 July 1884, Westmorland County, New Brunswick, Principal=Isaac Goodwin Hamilton

Isaac Goodwin Hamilton b. 20 June 1855

Children:

Howard W. Hamilton b. c 1886
Bertha L. Hamilton b. c 1887
Harold Hamilton b. c 1889

Isabelle Turner
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Birth*: 21 January 1906, Osmond, Pierce Co, Nebraska
Marriage*: 4 June 1930, Burke, Gregory Co, South Dakota, Principal=Leo Francis Corey

Family:

Leo Francis Corey b. 24 July 1903, d. 10 October 1982

James Turner
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Birth*: 11 December 1729, Lanark, Lanarkshire County, Scotland

Parents:

Father: Achibald Turner
Mother: Margaret Wallace

James Turner
Death*:
Note*: Person Source
Marriage*: Principal=Eliza Hedley
Birth*: circa 1818

Family:

Eliza Hedley b. circa 1822

James C. Turner
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Note*: James C. Turner,

Parents:

Father: John D. Turner
Mother: Althea Cromwell

James E. Turner
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Parents:

Father: Holden H. Turner b. 4 November 1760, d. circa 1844
Mother: Jennet Hutchinson b. circa 1776, d. after 1851

James O Turner
Death*:
Note*: Person Source
Birth*: circa 1805
Marriage*: 4 April 1841, Principal=Elizabeth Hedley

Family:

Elizabeth Hedley b. September 1807, d. 14 February 1879

Janet Turner
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Note*: ii. Janet TURNER was born on 17 Aug 1754 in Glasgow, Lanarkshire,Scotland
Birth*: 17 August 1754, Glasgow, Lanarkshire County, Scotland

Parents:

Father: Robert Turner b. 29 July 1733
Mother: Janet Boyd

John B. Turner
Death*: UNKNOWN
Marriage*: 18 October 1880, Principal=Hannah Frances Dyer

Family:

Hannah Frances Dyer b. 19 June 1853, d. 5 September 1936

Children:

Mabel Turner b. a 1880, d. UNKNOWN
Gertrude Turner b. a 1880, d. UNKNOWN
Charlotte Turner b. 11 Sep 1888, d. UNKNOWN
John Herbert Turner b. 13 Sep 1893, d. UNKNOWN

John D. Turner
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Marriage*: Principal=Althea Cromwell

Parents:

Father: Holden H. Turner b. 4 November 1760, d. circa 1844
Mother: Jennet Hutchinson b. circa 1776, d. after 1851

Family:

Althea Cromwell

Children:

Asa C. Turner
James C. Turner

John Herbert Turner
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Death*: UNKNOWN
Note*: Their children surname TURNER: 1) Ethel b 1922 who md Laurence Green; 2) Phyllis b 1923 md James Ahern; 3) Georgianna b 1930 and 4) Robert= 1931
Birth*: 13 September 1893
Marriage*: July 1921, Principal=Doris Rose

Parents:

Father: John B. Turner d. UNKNOWN
Mother: Hannah Frances Dyer b. 19 June 1853, d. 5 September 1936

Family:

Doris Rose d. UNKNOWN

Lillian Mabel Turner
Birth*: circa 1886, Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
Marriage*: 13 December 1905, Barking, England, Principal=Henry Venerables Jaggers

Family:

Henry Venerables Jaggers b. circa 1885

Children:

William Thomas Jaggers+ b. 12 Sep 1906, d. c 1980
Henry Jaggers b. 1 Nov 1908

Mabel Turner
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Death*: UNKNOWN
Birth*: after 1880

Parents:

Father: John B. Turner d. UNKNOWN
Mother: Hannah Frances Dyer b. 19 June 1853, d. 5 September 1936

Margaret Agnes Turner
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Parents:

Father: Holden H. Turner b. 4 November 1760, d. circa 1844
Mother: Jennet Hutchinson b. circa 1776, d. after 1851

Margaret Ann Turner
Marriage*: Principal=Charles Hubert McLean
Burial*:
Death*:
Birth*: 1858, Saint John, Saint John County, New Brunswick, Canada

Family:

Charles Hubert McLean b. 1850, d. 1936

Children:

Thomas Smith McLean+ b. 1882, d. 1950

Maude Turner
Marriage*: 1908, Principal=Uriah Dyer Jackson
Death*: 1915

Family:

Uriah Dyer Jackson b. 2 September 1883, d. 15 March 1951

Children:

Norman Jackson b. 1909, d. 1980

May Turner
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Birth*: 1871, Fredericton, York County, New Brunswick, Canada

Parents:

Father: William R. Turner b. 24 November 1840, d. 2 March 1903
Mother: Miss Sarah

Minnie Estella Turner
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Note*: Minnie Estella Turner was born on 24 Mar 1867 in Fairfield, Somerset Co.,ME. From a photostat of the Family Record (Bible?) in the possession ofRalph J. Turner, Sheridan, Oregon in 1993. She died on 07 Jun 1926.
Birth*: 24 March 1867, Fairfield, Somerset County, Maine, U.S.A.
Death*: 7 June 1926

Parents:

Father: George Frederick Turner b. 12 July 1842, d. 5 February 1905
Mother: Mary Ann Ellis b. 14 December 1844, d. 2 February 1882

Neil Cuthbert Turner
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Note*: Neil Cuthbert Turner. m. Estelle Pearl Coy. b. Mar. 28, 1891. (1 mo. in1891, 10 at 1901 census). He was a farmer. His marriage Certificate found at the Provincial Archives, Fredericton,York Co., N.B. states that he was 25 years old when he married, was ofthe Church of England and son of Francis and Annie Turner. Her Marriage Certificate found at the Provincial Archives, Fredericton,York Co., N.B. states that she was 25 when she married and was Methodist. Information taken from the, 'The Estabrooks of New Brunswick', by DarrylBonk at the Provincial Archives, Fredericton, N.B.
Birth*: circa 1890, Four Falls, Victoria County, New Brunswick, Canada
Marriage*: 25 June 1918, Fredericton, York County, New Brunswick, Canada, Her Marriage Certificate found at the Provincial Archives, Fredericton, York C0., N.B. states that she was 25 when she married and was Methodist. Information taken from the, 'The Estabrooks of New Brunswick', by Darryl Bonk at the Provincial Archives, Fredericton, N.B., Principal=Estelle Pearl Coy

Parents:

Father: Francis Turner
Mother: (?) Annie

Family:

Estelle Pearl Coy b. 28 March 1891, d. 3 April 1973

Ralph Edwin Turner
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Note*: Ralph Edwin TURNER was born on 15 Dec 1904 in Oak Creek., Douglas Co.,Oregon. Weighed over 12 lbs at birth. He was a teacher in 1937. Hedied on 16 Oct 1980 in Salem, Marion Co, Oregon. Memorial service held23 Oct 1980 at Rigdon=Ransom Colonial Chapel, Cottage and Chemeketa NE,Salem, Marion Co., Oregon. Gerald T. McCray officiated. Several peoplespoke, reminiscing on his life and character, including Joseph Sands andLeonard Kimbrell. Kernan Turner read from his father's journals. JosephSands assisted. He was buried on 24 Oct 1983 in Castle Rock, Lake Co,Oregon. Not buried, but ashes placed in a niche at one of his favoriteboyhood places in Yocom Valley. He served in the military Oct 1943/ Nov1945 in Okinawa, Japan. Solomon Islands, Okinawa. Chief Petty Officer:Machinist's Mate. Construction Battalion of the US Navy attached toMarines. Function: Mosquito control. He had Social Security Number 54307 3631. Saw his first automobile in 1908. Lived in Vale, Oregon as achild for a short time when there was an outbreak of typhoid fever. Hewas stalked while walking in sagebrush as a child by a lynx. Taught byPauline Blanton Ross (age 18) in Barren Valley, Malheur Co., Oregon alongwith the House, Dowell, McHargue and Madariga boys at the Cord SchoolDistrict #34. Moved to Yocum Valley, Lake Co., Oregon in 1916 at age 11,in the fifth grade. His grandmother Priscilla Cordelia (Thornton) Kernanlived with his family and influenced him greatly. She had walked toOregon on the wagon trail. He skied in Yocum in the winter 1916-17. Hebegan smoking in 1917, at age 12. He made ice cream with other boys fromroped wild cows milk mixed with ice from lava crevices in the highaltitude valley. An Elson Grammar School Reader, Book 3: printed in 1910with Elson's signature exists also with RET's signature: 'Ralph E.Turner, Lake View Oregon, April 23, 1918, 7th Grade, Lake County, SeventhReader.' He was 14. There are seven cartoon drawings of men on theinside front cover and drawings of a ' ½ horse' and a teacher, heads, andpistols in the back of the book. His family moved to Klamath Falls,Klamath Co., Oregon by covered wagon in 1919, at age 15. He attended theFirst Baptist Church in Klamath Falls. He was appointed cartoonist forthe high school yearbook as a Freshman. The editor was Ruth Marie DeLap,later his wife. Graduated from Klamath County High School in 1925, age20. When he married Ruth they had a new Ford Model A roadster. Worked as a timber faller, mill worker, truck driver, mechanic, teacher,coach, elementary school principal, school superintendent, store owner.Member: National Honorary Fraternity for Men: Theta Delta Phi, 24 Jun1936. Enrolled in Oregon Normal School at Ashland in 1934 at age 29,attending two year program. SSN: 543 07 3631. 17 Jun 1937, Taught schoolin Canyonville, Douglas Co., Oregon after graduation. Next taught atPelican school in Klamath Co., Oregon. In the summer of 1941 he took hisfamily in a Willys Knight sedan to Reading, Massachusetts to visit hisfather who he had not seen since 1907 when Harry left his mother, andRalph was not yet three years old. Ruth had discovered the location ofhis father through the Spanish American War records. Harry had lived inthe same vicinity of Woburn and Reading since his return from Oregon in1907. Principal of Klickitat School, Klickitat, Washington January toJune 1943. He joined the National Guard in Klamath Falls about thebeginning of WWII. Chief motor machinist's mate (T), V-6. petty officer in the 145thConstruction Battalion of the Seabees (Naval Construction Battalion) inthe Second World War. Enlisted 5 Aug 1943. Carved several official145thBattalion plaques 12' diameter, one dated March 1944. He was a ChiefPetty officer, machinist mate but was assigned to malarial control in theSolomon Islands and Okinawa attached to the Marines. He was also trainedin camouflage while in the Pacific, but never used it because the wardrew to an end. Member VFW V644829, 1 June 1944. Honorable discharge on5 Nov 1945. On return from WWII he lived in the parsonage at SW 32nd Place andLincoln St., Portland, Multnomah Co., Oregon where his family wasestablished, from Nov1945 to Jun 1946, while he taught school in WestLinn, Oregon. Purchased a 1938 Buick Century that year. It had manymechanical problems. Moved family to Vancouver, Washington for the summerof 1946 while he attended school at Vanport, Oregon. Moved the familyfor two weeks to Lake Creek Camp, Umpqua National Forest, Douglas Co.,Oregon in Aug, 1946 for two weeks. This was the site of his honeymoonwith Ruth in 1926, Moved in temporarily with his cousin and step-uncle:Roy Agee while a house was being finished on Alameda St., Roseburg.There he rented for a few months a house while the one he had bought at222 Alameda was being built. Besides his wife and two sons he hosted hismother in law M. O. De Lap and his step father, Ray Agee, brother ofCounty Clerk Roy Agee. Ray was ailing. Principal Fullerton Grade School, Roseburg, Douglas Co., Oregon Sep1946.Purchased the house at 222 Alameda, and Lot 11, Everadine Homesites,Douglas Co., Oregon 24 Oct 1946 from L. E. and Everadine Fender. L.E.was the builder. Recorded 3 Mar 1947, Roy Agee Co. Clerk and KatherynPetrequin, deputy. Roy Agee had once owned this property and sold it toFender. Completed a Bachelor degree in this period by part time andsummer education at the University of Oregon. Life member # 2714 ofRoseburg, Oregon Elks Lodge # 326, joining on 13 Apr 1948. Inherited$500 from his grand uncle: Tom Kernan, of Iowa, who died that year. Hepurchased a 1947 red Dodge sedan that year. Art Instructor 1949 andHistory teacher Roseburg Senior High School 1950-1953. Took a leave ofabsence for a year to get a Masters degree at the University. of Oregon.He purchased a new 1951 cream colored Dodge sedan. Later he wasSecretary of the Teachers Union in Roseburg 1952-53. Disgusted withschool politics, including the firing of the President of the union, hisfriend: Warren Ewing, he quit teaching in Feb, 1953. Owned and operated with his wife, Melrose General Store, Douglas Co.,Oregon Feb 1953-1956, and Turner's Market in Winston, Douglas Co., Oregon1956-58. He raised boxer dogs for a couple of years in Melrose andeventually kept one: 'Hans' for several years. Bought Lot 3, Valley ViewPlat., Douglas Co., Oregon 16 Sep 1955, from C. E. and Margaret B.Reece. On 30 Sep 1955 sold property in Sec 21, T 28 S, R 6 W,, DouglasCo., Oregon about 235' x 355.5 ' in size to Arlyss M and Bernadine M.Dunham. Recorded 01 Mar 1957. He purchased a new 1957 Dodge sedan. Superintendant of Schools in Hoonah, Alaska 1958-1960. Purchased a redDodge 3/4 ton pickup in the summer of 1959 while staying with his son andfamily Ralph J. Turner in Cedar Mill, Multnomah Co., Oregon. With hiswife he sold Lot 3, Valley View Plat, Douglas Co., Oregon on 31 Oct 1960to Charles J. and Ann M. Crunican from their location in the MarshallIslands, where it was notarized by J. B. Mackenzie. Recorded 7 Nov 1960in Douglas Co., Charles Doerner, County Clerk, Marguerite Munson,Deputy. Sold the Dodge pickup in the summer of 1960 and left his dogHans, a boxer, with his son Ralph J. in Eugene, Lane Co., Oregon.Educational specialist for the Interior Department in the MarshallIslands 1960-62. Illustrated textbooks for the Marshalese educationalsystem in 1961. Left Majuro, Marshall Islands on 19 Sep 1962, where heand his wife had lived for two years. Oregon State board of health serial# 4495, certificate # 16434. Became administrator of his father's estate in 1962. Visited his fatherin Reading Massachusetts in June 1963. Settled his father's estate afterhis death in Massachusetts in 1965. This included selling his father'shouse in Reading, Massachusetts. He drove a Khaman Ghia automobile atthis time. Superintendent of the school at Hoonah, Alaska, a state schoolin an Tlingit island village. High School principal at Metlakatla HighSchool, Anette Island, Alaska 15 Oct 1962-1966, another Indian village.Teacher in the Tok School, Tok Alaska 1966 - 1972. Most of his studentswere Athabascan Indians but the school was integrated. He and Ruth firstrented a log cabin in Tok, and then later bought the Presbyterian logchurch and parsonage which had been abandoned. He made several changesto the buildings. The temperature reached as low as minus 75 degrees atthis site. He also owned and helped operate a small sawmill that loggedblack spruce trees for log cabins with George Pine in Tok Alaska in theearly 1970s for a few years before moving to the border. He sold thePresbyterian site. On leaving Alaska in the winter of 1972 his trailerhouse caught fire when the temperature was minus 50 degrees and burned tothe ground. He saved the Ford LTD car. He had his granddaughterRosalind Ruth Turner with him, returning her to her parents in Tucson.Retired for a second time to 1051 62nd Court NE, Salem, Marion Co.,Oregon in Jun 1973, from the Immigration Service at the Border station ofthe Yukon/ Alaska border where he and Ruth had lived in governmentfacilities. His son Ralph J. had moved to Sheridan, Yamhill Co., Oregonthat year. Alaska Driver's License: 176140. He was the 8th cousin once removed of his wife with common ancestorWilliam Pitkin b 1608, and 9th cousin once removed of his wife withcommon ancestor Richard Warren of the Mayflower. Celebrated 50th wedding anniversary at 1051 62nd Court NE, Salem, MarionCo., Oregon on 13 Jun 1976 with an open house from 14:00 to 17:00 hours.Announcement drawn and lettered by son Ralph J. Turner. Several friendscame from around the state, including Bradys from Roseburg, Kimbrellsfrom Portland, Charley DeLap family from Klamath Falls, son Ralph'sfamily from Sheridan, and son Kernan from Lima, Peru. Ruth Marie DELAP was born on 11 Oct 1903 in Klamath Falls, Klamath Co.,Oregon. She was christened on 22 Jun 1919 in Klamath Falls, Klamath Co.,Oregon. Baptized by N.E. Griffith on 21 or 22 June, 1919, when she was15 years old, in Klamath Falls, Oregon. Confirmed on preceding 25 May.From notes in a bible belonging to her mother, Octavia. She was abetween 1930 and 1972 in Secretary and data entry. County Clerk's officein Klamath County, Douglas County. School secretary in Hoonah, TokAlaska. Navy department in World War II. She was a Grocery Clerkbetween 1940 and 1942. She was a Grocery Clerk between 1952 and 1957.Managed small general store and grocery store in Melrose and Winston, Douglas Co., Oregon with her husband. She was a Clerk Typist on 02 Nov1964 in Metlakatla, Annette Is., Alaska. $185.00 per month, 1/2 timeposition Metlakatla High School. Class colde 1121, position control #1-3148S 562000, Salary schedule 1 pay range 06A status PV5. She was illwith Liposorcoma between 1989 and 1997 in Sheridan, Yamhill Co., Oregon.She died on 21 Jun 1997 in Sheridan, Yamhill Co., Oregon. She died athome in her apartment attached to Hex Hall belonging to her son RJT.Time of death was just before 1:00 PST. She died peacefully after eightyears with a neck tumor: Liposorcoma. Attending her death were RJT, PIT,KRT, Mina Turner, Giselle Ponce-Turner, Kelly Ann (Turner) Bennett, MaxBennet, Winifred (Turner) Skinner, and Troy Skinner, Michelle (Turner)Hicks, Sawyer Hicks, Laura Bennett, Emily Ann Bennet, Samantha Skinner,Michael Skinner had attended her a few hours before death. Alys (Turner)Anderson arrived shortly after death. She was under Hospice Care forabout 40 hours before death. She was buried on 25 Jun 1997 in Highlands,Yamhill Co., Oregon Highland Cemetery on Rock Creek Road 8 miles North ofSheridan, next to the burial plot of her grandson Sage Russell Turner.She had Social Security Number 544 20 2797. In 1911, she accompanied herparents, and her two sisters to Ashland from Klamath Falls, Oregon to seeher niece, Nondis, born 07 May that year. They took the only road alongthe Klamath river which took 2 days. They stayed at Pinehurst on theway, with her mother and sister Wilmoth staying in the the House and herfather and sister Octavia staying in the barn, in the hay. They couldhear the horses eating all night and her father told them that the horseshad false teeth, which she knew wasn't true. Attended Klamath Falls Highschool and was the editor of the Annual. Graduated in 1921. Attendedthe University of Oregon for three years before marrying. Worked inKlamath Falls in the County Clerk's office and for a lawyer. Under ClerkTypist for U.S. Navy Dept, Portland, Oregon from 08 Jul 1943, at $1260per year while her husband was in the Navy. Wages at resignation on 08Aug 1946 was $2168.28 per year. Total wages $791.73 for the year 1946when her address was 2115 SE 32nd Place, Portland, Multnomah Co.,Oregon. Worked in the Douglas Co. Clerk's Office for Roy Agee after theSecond World War. Managed and clerked in Melrose Store from Feb 1952until purchasing a store in Winston, Douglas Co., Oregon with her husbandin 1956. Crossed the Arctic Circle in Alaska 01 Jul 1969. Moved to Rock CreekStation, Yamhill Co., Oregon to live with son Ralph J and daughter in lawPhyllis I. Turner in 1984. Moved to Hoonah, Alaska with her husband in1957 where she worked in the school office. Visited her son Ralph J.stationed at Strawberry Butte L.O., in Lake Co in Aug 1960. Accompaniedher husband to Majuro, Marshall Islands in Sep 1960 until Aug 1962.Accompanied her husband to Metlakatla, Alaska in Oct 1962. Moved withher husband to Tok, Alaska in 1966 where she fell down a trap door andbroke her ankle. Retired to Salem, Marion Co., Oregon in Jun 1973.Helped finance an underground masonry house with an apartment of fiverooms for herself with a kitchen and fireplace in 1982-85. Urinary tractcancer and neck tumor in this period did not incapacitate her. Shecooked a lunch for herself and son nearly every week day from 1984. Shehad breakfast by herself and dinner with Ralph and Phyllis and anycompany that visited. Received many visitors at Rock Creek. Had a 90thbirthday party in Oct 1993 to which over 100 guests came. She was the8th cousin once removed of her husband with common ancestor WilliamPitkin b 1608, and 9th cousin once removed of her husband with commonancestor Richard Warren of the Mayflower. Drivers license: Oregon 69211,class 4, to expire 11 Oct 1997. Children were: 1 i. Ralph James TURNER. ii. Kernan Ray TURNER .
Birth*: 15 December 1904, Oak Creek, Douglas County, Oregon, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 13 June 1926, Principal=Ruth Marie Delap
Death*: 16 October 1980, Salem, Marion County, Oregon, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Harry Allen Turner b. 14 December 1880, d. 5 January 1965
Mother: Martha Margaret 'Maggie' Kernan b. 3 September 1885, d. 11 June 1935

Family:

Ruth Marie Delap b. 11 October 1903, d. 21 June 1997

Robert Turner
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Note*: . Robert TURNER was born in 1788/89 in Lincoln, Sunbury Co., NB. Age atdeath given as 35 years in his obituary. He signed a will on 22 Feb 1822.Bequeathed property on Sugar Island to George W. Turner. Other propertyequally divided amongst his children. He died on 18 Dec 1823 inFredericton, York Co., NB. He had an estate probated on 23 Dec 1823. 3Jan. 1826, New Brunswick Royal Gazette, Est. Robert Turner, Fredericton,Exec. Geo. Turner, Wm. Russell, 20 December 1825. Removed from Lincoln to Fredericton, NB and resided their until hisdeath. Granted a lot in Fredericton, York Co., NB, Canada on the NE endof Lot 14, on 17 May, 1817. It was one 4 pole chain and 67 links alongthe street by 1 chain and 67 links in depth amounting to 3 roods and 13perches of improved land, except mineral rights by King George III for apenny rent each midsummer's day 33. Phoebe RUSSELL was born on 2 Aug 1783. Children were: 16 i. George William TURNER. ii. Charles M. TURNER. Of Andover, Victoria Co., NB. iii. Frances TURNER. iv. Unknown TURNER. Became Mrs. Street.
Marriage*: Principal=Phoebe Russell
Birth*: 1788, Lincoln, York County, New Brunswick, Canada
Will*: 22 February 1822, Fredericton, York County, New Brunswick, Canada
Death*: 18 December 1823, Fredericton, York County, New Brunswick, Canada

Parents:

Father: Holden H. Turner b. 4 November 1760, d. circa 1844
Mother: Jennet Hutchinson b. circa 1776, d. after 1851

Family:

Phoebe Russell b. 2 August 1783

Children:

Unkown Turner
Charles M. Turner
George William Turner+ b. 22 Nov 1816, d. 27 Aug 1857

Robert Turner
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Note*: Robert TURNER was born on 29 Jul 1733 in Lanark, Lanarkshire, Scotland. 129. Janet BOYD. Children were: i. William TURNER was born on 16 Jun 1751 in Glasgow, Lanarkshire,Scotland. ii. Janet TURNER was born on 17 Aug 1754 in Glasgow, Lanarkshire,Scotland. iii. Hugh TURNER was born on 14 Feb 1757 in Glasgow, Lanarkshire,Scotland. 64 iv. Holden TURNER. v. Robert TURNER was born about Jul 1763 in Glasgow, Lanarkshire,Scotland. He was christened on 23 Jul 1763 in Glasgow, Lanarkshire,Scotland.
Marriage*: Principal=Janet Boyd
Birth*: 29 July 1733, Lanark, Lanarkshire County, Scotland

Parents:

Father: Achibald Turner
Mother: Margaret Wallace

Family:

Janet Boyd

Children:

William Turner b. 16 Jun 1751
Janet Turner b. 17 Aug 1754
Hugh Turner b. 14 Feb 1757
Holden H. Turner+ b. 4 Nov 1760, d. c 1844
Robert Turner b. c Jul 1763

Robert Turner
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Note*: v. Robert TURNER was born about Jul 1763 in Glasgow, Lanarkshire,Scotland. He was christened on 23 Jul 1763 in Glasgow, Lanarkshire,Scotland.
Birth*: circa July 1763, Glasgow, Lanarkshire County, Scotland
Christening: 23 July 1763, Glasgow, Lanarkshire County, Scotland

Parents:

Father: Robert Turner b. 29 July 1733
Mother: Janet Boyd

Rose Ann Turner
Death*: Deceased

Family:

James Polk Sampson d. Deceased

Children:

Martha Rose Ann Sampson+ b. 2 Oct 1870, d. Deceased

Sadie Turner
Marriage*: March 1911, Principal=William Sprague

Family:

William Sprague b. 18 March 1888

Sidney Turner
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Note*: Mrs. Sydney (Turner) Swan.
Birth*: 1857, VA
Marriage*: 5 November 1891, Newport, Newport, Rhode Island, Principal=Elisha Dyer , 3Rd
Death*: 26 October 1933

Parents:

Father: William F. Turner d. UNKNOWN

Family:

Elisha Dyer , 3Rd b. 23 October 1862, d. 2 June 1917

Thomas Turner
Death*: before 1906

Unkown Turner
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Parents:

Father: Robert Turner b. 1788, d. 18 December 1823
Mother: Phoebe Russell b. 2 August 1783

Willard Earl Turner
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Death:
Death*:
Birth*: 22 March 1914, Urbana, Champaign County, Illinois, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Charles Dudley Turner d. 1955
Mother: Ethel Burbige b. 22 December 1889, d. 24 November 1953

William Turner
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Note*: i. William TURNER was born on 16 Jun 1751 in Glasgow, Lanarkshire,Scotland.
Birth*: 16 June 1751, Glasgow, Lanarkshire County, Scotland

Parents:

Father: Robert Turner b. 29 July 1733
Mother: Janet Boyd


         

Compiler:
David Walker
Edwards, Ontario, Canada

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