Posts Tagged ‘Turner’

Descendants of The Turner Family in Arkansas

by on Sunday, December 17th, 2006

Turner Family Descendants in Arkansas,
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Elizabeth Dillard Turner

by on Friday, October 3rd, 2003

Elizabeth Dillard Turner, born 18 Oct. 1818, married Moses B. Street 1837. They were the parents of 12 children.
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Howard Williams Turner

by on Friday, October 3rd, 2003

Howard W. Turner was born in Person Co., NC circa 1796. He was the youngest son of John Turner and Elizabeth Dillard. His father was a Primal Baptist minister and a Revolutionary War soldier. Howard Turner migrated to Dickson Co., Tn with his father, mother, brothers and sisters at an early age settling o­n Yellow Creek in 1805. During the War of 1812 he served under General Jackson and was stationed 6 miles from Natchez, Miss. He married Nancy Bunch o­n 13, Aug. 1813; they were the parents of eight children.
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Elisha Turner

by on Friday, October 3rd, 2003

Elisha Turner was born in North Carolina in 1794. He is believed to be the son of John Turner and his wife Elizabeth Dillard. Elisha Turner is enumerated in Dickson County in the 1820 Census living in the Yellow Creek area.

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Elizabeth Turner

by on Friday, October 3rd, 2003

Elizabeth Turner was born circa 1783. It is not known if she was born in Virginia or North Carolina. Elizabeth was the daughter of John Turner and Elizabeth Dillard.
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Elder John Turner (1775-1824) and Family

by on Friday, October 3rd, 2003

Taken from The Primal Families of the Yellow Creek Valley
by William J. Nesbitt

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Letter from Rev. William Allen Turner Addressed to his son Fennel Parrish Turner

by on Friday, September 19th, 2003

Dated May 19,1904, Waverly, Tn.

Rev. William Allen Turner opens his first letter by claiming kinship to all who claim kin with his great grandfather. He states that his great grandfather came to Tennessee in 1804 from Halifax County, VA. in the company of several families. Included in this colony were the families of Adams and Turners which were intermarried.
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Averitte Cemetery

by on Sunday, December 8th, 2002

Off of Hwy 49 W.

On Slaydenwood Rd. from Charlotte, go through Vanleer. After the fork in the road it will be the first road o­n the right. About 3 miles. You'll turn right it will be o­n the left after you turn o­nto Sladenwood Road. There is a sign at the road.

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