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For anyone researching the surname of Turner. Maybe together we can help find our ancestors. Please put your area of research in the Discussion Title so we know where you need help. Let's have fun.

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Turners of Spartanburg, Greenville and Pickens counties SC

Started by C.T. Foster Jun 20, 2016.

Descendants of Robert TURNER of MA 5 Replies

Started by James P. LaLone. Last reply by TTurner Aug 13, 2015.

George TURNER of MA 1 Reply

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Comment by CaryAnn Turner Hess on September 9, 2009 at 9:01pm
Welcome to all the new members. I’ve been on vacation, and unfortunately had an accident and will not be on much for a while (can’t really type). I appreciate all who contribute to the discussions and know we can help each other. Please have fun, Cary
Comment by lana irelan on August 24, 2009 at 6:34am
HI, I am reseaching john a w turrner from Decatur co. Ind. he was born in 1784 in ny. I know he was in bulter co. oh.as his son was born there. am trying to find anyone to connect to him , am looking for his wife nancy last name,and john's father. i live out of country so there r no places i can go. to look , except to ask people if they connet. i think nancy last name might be a hank or hawk. she also born in ny.in 1785.both r buried in decatur co. ind. thanks lana
Comment by CaryAnn Turner Hess on August 17, 2009 at 12:39pm
Hi all, I just wanted to let everyone know I am having trouble with my server. I keep getting bumped off, so I don’t know when I will be able to just get on.
Comment by James Barter on August 13, 2009 at 11:13pm
They met in Portland, Maine. Perhaps he was a summer visitor or an itinerant worker.
Comment by CaryAnn Turner Hess on August 13, 2009 at 10:56pm
Alan, could you also give us more to go on. I’m not sure if your looking for extended family, or exactly what. Or do you already have a lot of info on them and want to go farther back?

Here is a William I. Turner from the Social Security Death Index:

Name: William I. Turner
SSN: 315-14-0341
Last Residence: 47620 Mount Vernon, Posey, Indiana, United States of America
Born: 26 Nov 1922
Died: 30 May 2007
State (Year) SSN issued: Indiana (Before 1951)

Source Citation: Number: 315-14-0341;Issue State: Indiana;Issue Date: Before 1951.
Source Information:
Ancestry.com. Social Security Death Index [database on-line].
Comment by CaryAnn Turner Hess on August 13, 2009 at 10:45pm
James, you do have a pickle, don’t you? Any ideas as to where your mother met him? Or if he was about the same age as her? Below are all the boys named Samuel Turner on the 1920 census of Virginia born between 1900-1914. Since you were adopted, you might be able to contact the state where you were adopted and see if you can get the record.

Unfortunately, trying to find Samuel may be like looking for a needle in a haystack. If the right Samuel Turner is on the list below, finding the right one may be impossible, unless he signed a release for adoption or your mom had more info she didn’t tell you.

Samuel Turner David, Abigail, Garden, Buchanan, Virginia abt 1902 Virginia White Son
Samuel Turner Beauregard, Annie, Lower West, King William, Virginia abt 1907 Virginia White Son
Samuel Turnes [Samuel Turner] Joe T, Elizabeth, Boykins, Southampton, Virginia abt 1910 Virginia White Son
Samuel R Turner Charles E, Minnie, Laurel Fork, Carroll, Virginia abt 1900 Virginia White Son
Samuel E Turner James W, Sarah E., Jerusalem, Southampton, Virginia abt 1904 Virginia White Son
Samuel M Turner Joseph A, Mary M., Christiansburg, Montgomery, Virginia abt 1909 Virginia White Son
Samuel C Turner Edward M, Maggie P., Laurel Fork, Carroll, Virginia abt 1910 Virginia White Son
Samuel W Turner William B, Kate E., Snow Creek, Franklin, Virginia abt 1914 Virginia White Son
Comment by James Barter on August 13, 2009 at 6:29pm
Samuel Turner from Virginia was my Father. He met my mother in the summer/fall of 1929, It was summer romance. I was born in May of 1930. My mother only told me his name and that he was from Virginia. My y-dna only matches Turner surnamed individuals. My surname is that of a stepfather who adopted me.
Comment by Alan Beyer on August 13, 2009 at 6:12pm
I am researching a Turner line which went from Southern Illinois to Missouri to Arkansas and finally to Southwestern Indiana.
William Turner B1835 IL - Edward B Turner 1867 IL - Elijah Israel Turner B1897 MO
William Israel Turner B 1922 Posey County IN.
Comment by CaryAnn Turner Hess on August 13, 2009 at 4:58pm
Welcome All, we are a very new group, as you can tell. If you don't mind, please add as much information about your Turners so we can all do our best to "find" them. I hope we can be of help to all.
Comment by CaryAnn Turner Hess on August 13, 2009 at 4:56pm
James, could you give a little more info on Samuel? Do you have his wife, any children, area of Virginia.
 

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