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William Turner descendants

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on 2011-04-19 22:37:20

awt has been a Family Tree Circles member since Apr 2011. is researching the following names: TURNER.

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by DebAnne on 2011-04-26 15:28:25

I have Turners in my family line. I have a William Turner, son of John Turner... can you give me any more to go on?

by jimmar on 2011-04-28 00:38:34

Which William Turner? What year was he born and where. There are many William Turner's.

by DebAnne on 2011-04-28 15:07:22

by DebAnne on 2011-04-28 23:44:11

Sorry... I should have given you more information earlier. Here is what I have:
William Turner
BP: 2 May 1760 Bridgewater, Plymouth, Mass.
DP: 4 May 1829 Leeds, Androscoggin, Maine

Father: John Turner (1719-1775)

Let me know if this helps. If so I have more information on this Turner line. Debbie

by Nesslee on 2011-04-30 06:11:35

I have Turners in my family, my great grandmother was a Turner. Have a look see at the Turners in my family tree.


I have William & John's, can't remember the dates and places right now, but I have strong New England roots, (including myself as a New England native) and some of them have travelled back and forth between, MA & Nova Scotia, Canada. Hope you find something that fit's that info, in the mean time, I will use the info you have given, and do a search myself.


by Nesslee on 2011-04-30 06:29:54

I think I have found his family, this is where to find him.
Go to rootsweb.com, click on the family tree tab at the top, and two long boxes will appear. Enter in Turner in the top and William at the bottom. What comes up are a bunch of William Turners, but scroll to the bottom of the page, and enter in the info you put on here, his birth year and place, and his death year and place, and his search/or enter. Your William Turner will come up, as will the email of the person who's tree that info belongs in.
I didn't feel it was right to give you someone else's email, so this way is the better way to go about it. It doesn't look to me that these Turners are related to mine, but I will search harder to see about that. Good luck.

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