Turner family in America

May 16, 2009

Turner Family Genealogy Forum

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May 15, 2009

Re: E.A Turner aug 6 1852

Hi Stephanie, I don’t know this family, just did some looking for you.

ancestry.com, Alabama Marriage Collection, 1800-1969

Elizabeth Crafford E A Turner 5 Dec 1880 Coosa

LDS

HENRY P. TURNER Male

Event(s): Birth: Christening: Death: 1886 Burial:

Parents: Father: ARCHIBALD TURNER Mother: JENNY RANSON

Marriages: Spouse: ELIZABETH GREENE Marriage: 10 DEC 1837 , Putnam, Georgia

1850 Greene Co., GA census, District 148, pg 89a, enumerated 9-2-1850

256 256 Archibold Turner 69 M Farmer $1400 MC

Jane 66 F NC

Hiram Moore 29 M Farmer GA

Elizabeth J 28 F GA

A H Easterling 04 M GA

A J Moore 9/12 M GA

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Re: E.A Turner aug 6 1852

Hard to find anything on him on the Census.

1870 CENSUS:

E A Turner, born about 1853:

Weogufka, Coosa Co., AL

ANCESTRY.COM’s ONE WORLD TREE:

E A Turner

Son of Moses T. and Melinda (Banks) Turner

born 1853 – Fayette, Georgia, USA

Do you know of any other names he went by, or did he only go by initials?

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April 8, 2009

Re: Bartholomew Turner from Georgia

Filed under: Georgia,South Carolina,Turner — weavercat @ 11:01 pm

Re: Bartholomew Turner from Georgia

Posted by: Gail Blancett (ID *****4929) Date: October 08, 2007 at 06:38:25

In Reply to: Bartholomew Turner from Georgia by robyn westbrook of 17697

Robyn,

One thing that is known is that at least two descendants of Bartholemew Turner you mention have done the Y-DNA test and match and also match a a select group of Turners that are apparently all related to a James Turner born in VA who went through Union Co. SC area before and during the Revolution then just after the revolution he went to GA–first in the area of Green Co. which became Hancock Co. Later of course migrating to other counties in GA.

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