Doig's Den

 

Ken and Linda Doig

 

Bass Lake, California

 

 

 

Descendants of

 

Stephen Turner and Mary (Molly) Roundtree

 

For a linked family history with spouses ancestors click HERE

 

Names of direct ancestors in Blue

 

 

1. Stephen1 Turner, born abt 1757 Of Bedford Co., VA; died 1807 in Lincoln Co., KY.  He married on 16 Jul 1782 in Bedford Co., VA Mary (Molly) Roundtree, born 1762/64 in Cumberland or Bedford Co., VA; died 1823 in Lincoln Co., KY, daughter of Dudley Roundtree and Susannah Roberts.

 

Notes for Stephen Turner

      Stephen was possibly born in Bedford Co., VA of unknown parents. Suggested parents are Nathan Turner and Agnes Phelps; or Rev. James Turner and Mary Admire.

     

      During the Revolutionary War Stephen enlisted 26 May 1777 in the 15th Virginia Battalion under Capt. Thomas Edmunds and Commander James Innes.  On 7 July 1777 he was sick at Morris Town, also 10 July 1777 (2nd muster). He was sick 1 Sep 1777 at Concord, 14 Oct at Trentown, and he was sick for a long time at Yellow Springs. As of 3 Feb 1778 he was still in the 15th, but under Commander Gustavus B. Wallace. As of 13 July 1778 his Capt was John Gregory (15th) and Lt Col Cropper who was over the 15th and 11th Regiments. As of 1 Sep 1778 his commander was Col Daniel Morgan (11th & 15th). As of 30 Nov 1778 he was under Captain John Gregory and Col. Daniel Morgan. As of 13 Jan 1779 his commander was Col Abraham Buford, his Capt still John Gregory. John Webb became his captain under Commander Wm Russell. Here it seems to have changed to the 5th and 11th Regiment. Stephen Turner was absent because of sickness 20 of his 31 months of service including hospitalization from 4 Jun 1779 until his discharge. Because he had less than three years of service he was not allowed a bonus nor bounty, although had his wife lived till 1832 she could have received a bonus because Stephen served over 2 years (A new law went into effect). Molly Turner is listed as his wife in DAR Patriot Index vol III, and she is also listed in Saffell`s list, p 267.

     

      Stephen paid taxes for horses and cattle in Bedford Co., VA, recorded from 1783 to 1794. In the Bedford Co., VA Deed Book 15, page 323, 15 Nov 1796: Stephen Turner and Molly, his wife of Lincoln Co., KY to Julius Saunders of Bedford Co., VA 200 acres of Bedford Co.,VA land on Little Otter River bounded at Meads Corner: Witnesses: Joseph Hobbs, John Neal, and David Saunders.

     

      Stephen is listed on 1787 Property Tax list for Bedford Co., VA with one Black slave under 16, 3 horses, and 5 head of cattle. The only other Turner in the county was James with 3 Black slaves over 16, 6 Black slaves under 16, 7 horses, and 10 head of cattle.

     

      Stephen and family moved to Lincoln Co., KY in about 1793 to 100 acres in the Jackman Survey on the Dix River. In July 1793 in Lincoln Co., Stephen was paid 2 shillings and 1 penny by Jesse Gooch for one days attendance as a witness for him against Humphrey Posey; Gooch was awarded 3 pounds, 11 shillings, 3 pence and court costs. Stephen paid taxes there from 1795 to 1807. In 1796, an indenture from Dudley Roundtree to Stephen Turner was proved by William Buford and Daniel McLaughlin, witnesses. Stephen is listed in the 1800 census for Lincoln Co.

     

      "On motion A. Man [Alexander Mann], ordered that Finis Ewing, Joshua Cates and Peter Ferguson be appointed Commissioners who with the heirs of Charles Man deceased do make a deed of conveyance of fifty acres of land in Lincoln County, Kentucky on the waters of Dicks River to Stephen Turner in compliance with an obligation given by said Charles Man deceased to said Turner." Court Order, Christian Co., KY, Book B, page 126, dated 10 Nov 1806.

     

      Stephen died in 1807 in Lincoln Co. The estate (intestate) was recorded 12 Oct 1807. Administration of the estate of Stephen Turner, deceased, was granted to Molly Turner, widow and relict, who executed her bond of $800.00 with James Sutton and Joseph Colvin as her sureties. Joseph Helm, Jeol Noel, Simon Engleman and James Hickman, or any three of them, are to make appraisal of the personal estate of Stephen Turner, deceased. Inventory included six horses, 3 sows, 3 head of cattle, furniture, beds, pickling pot and such sundries.

     

      After Stephen died, Mary appears on the tax rolls of Lincoln Co. from 1808 through 1811, at which time 65 acres was added to the original 100. She continues until 1823 when son Edmund appears in the tax list.

     

      ---------------------------------------------

Listing of County Records related to Turners in chronological order, with LDS film numbers:

1782 (Film#30,592) Bedford VA = Stephen Turner md Mary Roundtree (16 Jul).
1783-1790 (#29,289) Bedrord VA = taxed for horses & cattle
1791 (#192,238) Lincoln, KY = Thos Hutchings fr Rich`d Jackman 114 a, 100#.
1795 - 1796 (#8,114) " " = Stephen Turner taxes horses & cattle.
1796 (#192,240)(#30,560) = Stephen & Molly bought & sold 200 a Little Otter Cr (Bedford?) at 160 pounds profit.
1797 - 1807 (#8,114) Lincoln KY = Stephen taxed for 100-114 acres, horses & cattle.
1803 (#192,241) " " = Dudley Roundtree fr Wilson 65 acres.
1805 (# " ) bk E p 165= Stephen T. fr Thos Hutchings 100 a for 100 pounds.
1807 (Oct) Estate of Stephen Turner dec`d, John S Higgins not doing duty as admr.
1808 - 1823 (#8,114)(#8,115) Mary/Molly taxed for 100-114 a, horses & cattle.
1812 (#192,242) bk G p 250 = Dudley Roundtree 65 a to Molly Turner.
1815 (#855,032) bk E p 112 = Stephen Turner appraisement.
1817 - 1825 (# " ) Bk I p 215 = Godlip Schmick appraisement & sale
1823 (#192,256) p 216 = Edmond D Turner letter of adm estate of Mary Turner.
1824 (# " ) vol 9 p 25 = Jphn S Higgins apointed gdn Turner heirs, GodlipSchmick one of two securities.
1824 (# " ) bk H p 189 = Mary Turner appraisement & sale.
1824 - 1825 (#8,115) Edmond Turner taxed for 114 acres.
1825 (#192,256) p 62 = David Schmick apointed adm estate of Godlip Schmick dec`d Mary Turner one of securities.
1825 (# " ) p 73 = inven & appraisement Godlip Schmick estate.
1825 - 1826 (#855,032) bk I p 216 = Elizabeth Turner sale.
1825 - 1830 (# " ) vol 2 p 9 = Settlement with adm of heirs (Higgins) sold Eliz. Turner prop. Buyers, amounts, expenses named.
1826 - 1831 (#192,244) bk N p 272 = 63 a Turner prop sold to Pope for $554.47 to be distributed to heirs of Jabez T dec`d . Stephen A Turner in index.
1832 (# " ) bk N p 304 = 117 a Turner prop to Thos Terrell, who defaulted, then to Juab Moberly, then to John S Higgins. S A Turner in index.
1832 (855,032) vol 2 p 24 = Edward(Edmond) Turner for Mary Turner
1839 (# " ) bk P? = Jno S Higgins gdn for Mary Turner, Susan (Turner) Stutzman,
Stephen Turner, Jabez Turner, heirs of Jabez Turner dec`d, amounts listed. David Schmick atty for Mary & Susan.
1840 (#192,246) bk O p 140 = Elijah & Paschal Colvin fr Higgins 117 acres.
1848 (#855,032) bk P p 168 = Gdn James (John) S Higgins for Mary Turner, Susan Turner, Stephen & Judy (Jabez) (transcription errors)
1849 (# " ) bk Q? = Turner, Jabez settlement. (Youngest of orphans)
1857 (#192,237) L & Prop index = Paschal & Elijah Colvin 117 acres Dix R.
1860 (#192,251) #2-501 = Edward Colvin sold his interest in the undivided estate of Elijah Colvin dec`d , buyer Wm Terril (Terrell?) ($300)

     

      -----------------------------------------------

Possible relatives:

The 18th Century Turners of Bedford County, Virginia The earliest record of the Turner family in Bedford County, Virginia is 27 May 1754. James Turner and others are granted leave to clear a road from Goos(sic) Creek down to falling mountains. By December of the same year, both James and Richard Turner are serving as jurors in Bedford County. In January 1755, James Turner Jr. is granted a deed of memorial by John and Eliza Eckols. In February 1755, John Turner serves on a jury. In March 1756, Ezekiel Turner makes his first appearance in the court records in a group of men clearing a road. Ezekiel does not appear in court records thereafter. Initially, Richard Turner associated with the Quaker faith. In 1757, by petition of John Eccles and other letters, seven Quakers were appointed to visit the frontier community near Goose Creek and ascertain the wisdom of setting up a Monthly Meeting. In April of 1757, this group breakfasted at the home of Richard Turner. They boarded at the home of Peter Holland. The South River Monthly Meeting was established. Richard Turner was the first clerk of the Goose Creek Meeting. Mary Turner, the wife of James Turner Sr. was received into the South River Monthly Meeting in December 1757. However, Richard Turner and John Hampton quickly fell into disfavor. A certificate against them was recorded. In July 1764, Richard was disowned for "having betaking himself to the vain fashion and customs of the World." And there ended the Turner connection with Quaker records. As young men come of age, they can be seen in the court records. Following are the first appearance of Turner males in Bedford Co., Virginia Court of Common Pleas. As noted above, John Turner appears in 1755. There appears to be two John Turners by 1787. In 1794, there appears John Turner Sr and Jr in the tax lists of Bedford County. Elijah (aka Elisha) Turner appears in November 1759. His wife, Sarah, is identified in August 1775. Ben Turner first appears as a juror in June 1761. Nathan Turner first appears in March 1762. He is married by August 1769 when his wife is mentioned. Admiah (aka Admire) Turner is first mentioned in August 1768. He appears on all tax lists 1782 through 1795. Admire is the administrator of the estate of James Turner in June 1793. Andrew Turner first appears in July 1764 as a juror. He appears regularly through Mar 1778. Isaiah (aka Isaak) Turner appears in September 1769 when he is sworn in as a constable. He clears a road with Admire Turner and James Turner Sr. in 1772. He pays tax for 1782 and 1783. Jesse Turner appears in November 1777 when his estate is probated. James Turner is the administrator. Jesse had two children, James and Ann Turner who chose David Wright as guardian. Lewis Turner appears on the tax lists of Bedford County 1781-1791. He was also an ensign in the militia and a militia officer in the 10th Regiment. Stephen Turner appears on the tax lists for 1783 to 1794. Thereafter, he is listed on the tax lists of Lincoln County, Kentucky. Martin Turner first appears on the tax list in 1792. Although the Turners appear frequently in the Court of Common Pleas, the records give little family data. Eighteenth Century marriages of Turners in Bedford County, Virginia show as follows: Mary Turner married Augustine Leftwich Jr. 12 Feb 1765 Mary is the daughter of Richard Turner. Nancy Turner married David Wright 8 Nov 1770 Nancy is the widow of Richard Turner. James Turner married Sally Leftwich 24 Aug 1778. She is the daughter of Major Leftwich. Stephen Turner married Mary Roundtree 26 July 1782. She is the daughter of Dudley Roundtree. Josiah Turner married Milly Key 26 Nov 1783. George Key was surety. Rhoda Turner married Farthing Hix 20 Mar 1784 She is the daughter of Isaiah Turner. Tabitha Turner married Henry Haynes 17 May 1784. Elijah Turner is the surety. Sally Turner married Drury Holland 26 Dec 1785. Sally is the daughter of Elijah Turner. William Turner married Betsey Hix 23 Jan 1788. She is the daughter of John Hix. Mary Ann Turner married John Stratton 29 Jan 1788. Admire Turner was surety. Benjamin Turner married Elizabeth Shrewsbury 8 Nov 1791. She is the daughter of Elizabeth. Richard Turner married Rachel Ayers 11 Dec 1792. They had consent of James Ayres. Wilson Turner married Elizabeth Doss 12 April 1796. Azariah Doss was surety. Nancy Turner married Moses Mayhew 27 Dec 1796. John Gordon was surety. Milly Turner married James Leftwich 2 Aug 1797. Consent of Admire Turner and Augustine Leftwich. Stockley Turner married Patsey Holt 25 Sep 1799. Patsey is the daughter of Lucy Holt. Theodosia Turner married John Murphy Jr. 30 Dec 1799 Theodosia was daughter of Elijah Turner. In the book, Leftwich-Turner Families of Virginia, part of the Turner family are detailed. The author identifies James Turner as the patriarch and lists his children: 1. Ruth Turner married Moses Hurt. His Bedford County will dated Feb 1802 lists heirs: Wife, Ruth; sons, James, Elisha, Nathan, William and Littlebury Hurt; daughters, Mary Hurt and Apphire and Bethsheba Stone. 2. Mary Turner married John Hampton. 3. Isaiah Turner 4. Admire Turner's Bedford County will dated Aug 1818 names wife, Sally; daughters, Lucy and Frances Chewning, Mary Ann Stratton, Milly Leftwich, Sally Grigsby; sons, Benjamin, Lewis, Admire, George and Jubal. 5. Elijah Turner Sr. left a Bedford County, Virginia will 15 May 1820. Mentioned were his wife, Sarah; daughter, Tabitha Haynes, Sally Holland, Dosha Murphy, Rebecca Ore and sons, Richard, Elijah, Wilson, Jesse and Meador. 6. Nathan Turner 7. James Turner 8. Richard Turner married Nancy Johns. From land records in Bedford County, it is apparent that Nathan Turner was married to Agnes. The will of John Phelps in Apr 1772 names "my daughter Aggey and her heirs". The heirs in this will also include John Phelps, James Turner Junior and Nathan Turner. Richard Turner, listed as child no. 8 in the book, was probably the oldest son. He was born about 1730 and died in 1769. He married Nancy Johnson about 1757. Richard was still associated with the Quakers at this time. His marriage did not appear in the South River MM. It may yet be located in another Monthly Meeting record. Their children were: 1. Mary Turner married Augustine Leftwich Jr. 2. James Turner (1759-1828) married Sally Leftwich. 3. Jesse Turner 4. Prudence Turner married James Wright. 5. Ann Turner married Joel Leftwich. The book, Leftwich-Turner Families of Virginia gives additional information on the descendants of Richard Turner. Other sources for information on this family include the Ancestral File and the International Genealogical Index. These are available through the Family History Centers of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Caution is advised. Compare dates on the Ancestral File against appearances of the same individuals in primary source records. It is hoped that readers will share their sources and information on the Bedford County, Virginia Turners. Despite the wealth of Turner appearances in the primary records, little of it documents relationship. There remains much work to be done. The earliest mention of any TURNER in my Bedford Co. VA collection is to JAMES TURNER named in a suit re Talbot vs. Hawkins, January of 1755. James Turner was on jury to decide to whom damages should be awarded, etc. That is from (Court) Order Book 1 of Bedford. (I assume a man on jury 1755 was born by 1733 or so) The other Turner names which appear to 1761 are Ben, Elijah, Elisha, James, James Jr., John, and Richard. James & Richard also appear in the first Deed Book for Bedford ca 1761. Several other Turner names also. No Joseph I could find. Considering Bedford wasn't formed until 1754 you might want to place queries in Albemarle, Brunswick, Halifax, & Lunenburg counties - any of which might have been home to your clan of Turners before Bedford due to county formations &/or migration. There are three James Turners in 18th Century Bedford Co., Va. James Turner Sr. and his male children (including James Turner Jr.) all are in the Southern District of the Bedford Co., Va Real Property Tax Rolls. And they remain in the Southern District at least through 1813. In 1787, when each of the two tax districts have separate lists, the third James Turner appears in the Northern District. With the exception of Stephen Turner who begins appears on the real property tax lists in the Northern District in 1793, there is no other Turner appearing in the Northern Tax District from the inception of the district lists (1787) through 1813(the end of this microfilm reel) This James Turner consistenly holds 400 acres of land on the Little Otter River from 1782.

 

Notes for Mary (Molly) Roundtree

      After Stephen died, Mary appears on the tax rolls of Lincoln Co. from 1808 through 1811, at which time 65 acres was added to the original 100 (a gift of Mary's father). In 1820 Mary lived in Lincoln Co., KY (page 37) with 2 sons (engaged in agriculture) and 1 daughter ages 16-26; she lived next door to her son-in-law Elijah Colvin. She continues until 1823 when son Edmund appears in the tax list.

     

      Mary died intestate, her property being disposed of by and Inventory Sale Bill: "Kentucky Lincoln Court set at a County Court holden for the County of Lincoln at the Court House in the town of Stanford on Monday the 12th day of January 1824 the within and foregoing Inventory and appraisement of the estate of Mary Turner deceased was returned into court and ordered to be recorded. Thomas Helm Clk"


Then follows the list of items sold, purchased by whom and for how much. Prices paid were from a very few cents to $31.50, the most expensive item being a yearling colt purchased by Paschal Turner. Paschal bought three items as did "Edmun D." Elizabeth Turner bought 6 items, Elijah Colvin 5, Joel Thomas 4, Rowland Flowers 2 and Polly Turner 2. A number of friends and neighbors bought 1 item, including Hubbard Law, Cunis(?) Quinn, Reuben Pigg, Harrison Porter, William Blackerby, David Colvin, and Thomas Terail [Terrell].

     

      After the sale: "Kentucky Lincoln County Court set at a court held for the County of Lincoln at the Court House in the town of Stanford on Monday the 9th day of February 1824 the within and foregoing Sale Bill of Mary Turner deceased was returned into court and ordered to be recorded. Thomas Helm Clerk."

     

      Mary and Stephen were reported to have had 13 children.

 

      Children of Stephen Turner and Mary (Molly) Roundtree were as follows:

+    2          i           Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2 Turner, born abt 1786 in Bedford Co., VA; died bef Sep 1826 Of KY.  He married Elizabeth (Betsy Smick) Schmick.

+    3          ii          Nancy2 Turner, born 1 Apr 1788 in Bedford Co., VA; died 1865/70.  She married Joseph Colvin Jr..

+    4          iii         John D.2 Turner, born 1793/94 in VA.  He married (1) Polly Potter; (2) Elizabeth Wymore.

+    5          iv         Susannah (Susan)2 Turner, born 1794/95 in KY; died 1854 in Harrison Co., IN.  She married Alexander McKinney.

+    6          v          Martha Jane (Patsy)2 Turner, born 1795/96 in Lincoln Co., KY.  She married Elijah Colvin.

+    7          vi         Paschal2 Turner, born 16 Feb 1798 in Lincoln Co., KY; died 1875 in Washington Co., IN.  He married Elizabeth Ann Trueman.

      8          vii        Mary2 Turner, born 1800/01 in Lincoln Co., KY; died aft 1860 Of Lincoln Co., KY.   Notes: Mary never married. In 1850 she lived with the family of John S. Higgins in District 2, Lincoln Co., KY (page 304). Higgins was guardian for the orphans of Mary's brother Jabez and wife Elizabeth. In 1860 she still lived with the John S. Higgins family at Walnut Flat, Lincoln Co., KY.

+    9          viii       Edmund David2 Turner, born 29 Sep 1802 in Lincoln Co., KY; died 19 Jun 1881 in Pekin, Washington Co., IN; buried in Mt. Washington Cemetery, Washington Co., IN.  He married Emily Crotts.

 

Generation 2

 

2. Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2 Turner (Stephen1), born abt 1786 in Bedford Co., VA; died bef Sep 1826 Of KY.  He married on 5 Oct 1814 in Lincoln Co., KY Elizabeth (Betsy Smick) Schmick, born 3 Sep 1793 in KY; died Aug 1825 Of KY, daughter of Gottlieb David Schmick and Mary Ann Alspaugh.

 

Notes for Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz) Turner

      Son Stephen Turner had referred to his father as William, which may have been his middle name. In the 1820 KY census there are 15 William Turners with none in Lincoln Co.

     

      Family tradition relates that Jabez lived on a riverboat.

     

      A court order for some of Gottlieb Schmick`s property says "for the orphans of Jabas & Betsy Turner" and also the Schmick family to divide up $1,469.00.

     

      Court order on orphans of Jabas Turner, deceased - Lincoln Co., KY Deed Book, page 272 [LDS Film #0192244, item 3]

        Whereas Polly Turner, Susan Turner, Stephen Turner and Jabez Turner Heirs at law and children of Jabez Turner deceased by John S. Higgins their guardian, filed their petition in the Lincoln Circuit Court against Susanna McKinney late Susan Turner & Alexander McKinney her husband, Nancy Colvin late Nancy Turner & Joseph Colvin her husband, Martha Colvin late Martha Turner & Elijah Colvin her husband, John Turner, Paschal Turner, Polly Turner and Edmond Turner children and heirs at law of Stephen Turner deceased, setting forth among other things that the said Stephen Turner died intestate, that he was seized and possessed of two tracts of land lying in Lincoln County, the one containing about 114 acres, the other containing about sixty-three acres, and among other things the petitioners prayed that the said tracts of land should be sold and the proceeds thereof divided among the heirs of the said Stephen Turner deceased. ---- And such proceedings were had in said suit that at the September term of the Lincoln Circuit Court in the year of 1826 a decree was pronounced directing the sale of the tracts of land mentioned in the petition, and for the purpose of effectuating said sale Thomas Helm and John S. Higgins were appointed commissioners. ---- That said Helm and Higgins in pursuance to the said decretal order exposed said tract of land to sale, which contained by actual survey sixty-three acres and nineteen poles and Thomas Pope being the highest bidder became the purchaser thereof at the price of five hundred and fifty-four dollars forty-seven and a half cents, which sale was ratified and confirmed by the decretal order of the Lincoln Circuit Ct all of which matters and things will more fully and at large appear by referring to said petition, decrees, proceedings, etc. now of record in the clerk¿s office of the Lincoln Circuit Court which for greater certainty are here referred to. ---- And whereas at the February term of the Lincoln Circuit Court in the year 1831 it was among other things decreed and ordered that Thomas Helm and John S. Higgins be appointed commissioners on the part of the heirs of the said Stephen Turner deceased for the purpose of conveying to the said Thomas Pope the said tract of land purchased by him. ---- Now in pursuance to the said last mentioned decretal and order this indenture of bargain sale and conveyance made and entered into by and between Polly Turner, Susan Turner, Stephen Turner and Jabez Turner heirs of Jabez Turner deceased who was one of the heirs and children at law of Stephen Turner deceased and Susanna McKinney and Alexander McKinney her husband, Nancy Colvin and Joseph Colvin her husband, Martha Colvin and Elijah Colvin her husband, John Turner, Paschal Turner, Polly Turner and Edmond Turner children and heirs at law of Stephen Turner deceased by the said Thomas Helm and John S. Higgins commissioners aforesaid parties of the first part and Thomas Pope of Lincoln County party of the second part. Witnesseth that the said parties of the first part for and in consideration of the sum of five hundred and fifty-four dollars and forty-seven cents paid by the said Thomas Pope the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, they the parties of the first part by the said Thomas Helm and John S. Higgins commissioners aforesaid, have and do by these presents do grant bargain sell a lien enfeaff (?)  and convey unto said Thomas Pope and to his heirs and assigns forever the following tract of land lying in Lincoln County on Dicks River and bounded as follows, to wit:   Beginning at a rock (?) lying on the side of the big road running thence south 89 and a half East 109 poles to a large (?) black walnut and hickory on the bank of the river, thence north 52 east 24 poles to a black oak, thence north (?) west 104 poles to a beech thence north 37 and a half east to a (?) sugar and dogwood, thence north 52 west 21 poles to a large white oak, thence south 47 west 108 poles to an elm thence south 8 degrees west 52 poles to the beginning containing sixty three acres one rood and nineteen poles by survey.   To have and to hold the said tract of land as above described with all and singular that appertains thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining to the said Thomas Pope and his heirs and assigns forever. ---- And the said parties of the first part by the said Thomas Helm and John S. Higgins commissioners as aforesaid do by these presents covenant grant and agree to and with the said Thomas Pope and his heirs and assigns that they the parties of the first part will warrant and forever defend the title to the above described tract of land against all manner of claims whatever.   In testimony whereof the parties of the first part by the said Thomas Helm and John S. Higgins commissioners as aforesaid have hereunto subscribed their names and affixed their seal this 24th day of May in the year 1831.

        Polly Turner by Thomas Helm and John S. Higgins, commissioners,

        Susan Turner by Thomas Helm and John S. Higgins commissioners,

        Stephen Turner by Thomas Helm and John S. Higgins commissioners,

        Jabez Turner by Thomas Helm and John S. Higgins commissioners.

                (Also signed by Susanna McKinney)

     

      MARRIAGE:

Marriage recorded to Betsy Smith in some records.

 

Notes for Elizabeth (Betsy Smick) Schmick

      Birth also reported in PA.

     

      In 1830 a Betsy Turner, age 60-70, lived in Mechanicsburg, Cumberland Co., PA (page 138) with 2 sons 5-10, 1 daughter 5-10, and 1 daughter 10-20. Also nearby were Hosanna (f) and Nancy Turner.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Marriage recorded to Betsy Smith in some records.

 

      Children of Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz) Turner and Elizabeth (Betsy Smick) Schmick were as follows:

      10        i           Mary3 Turner, born abt 1815 in KY.  She married on 1 Jan 1840 in Macon Co., IL Basil B. White, born abt 1815; died 26 Sep 1846 in Matamoras, Mexico.   Notes: This marriage is based on Mary's sister and brother being married in the same county at approximately the same time. After the death of husband Basil White in 1846, she may be the Mary White that married Peter Walker on 8 Sept 1847 in Sangamon Co., IL. NOTE: This Mary did NOT marry James Padgett. That Mary was born 3 Apr 1808 in Lincoln Co., KY, the illegitimate daughter of Catherine Turner and William D. Gooch.

+    11        ii          Susan3 Turner, born 1815/16 in Lincoln Co., KY; died aft 1850 Of Moultrie Co., IL.  She married David Stutsman Jr..

+    12        iii         Stephen A.3 Turner, born 3 Oct 1818 in Frankfort, Franklin Co., KY; died 23 Oct 1905 in Downing, Schuyler Co., MO; buried 25 Oct 1905 in Downing, Schuyler Co., MO.  He married Barbara Deeds.

      13        iv         Jabez3 Turner, born abt 1820 in KY.

 

 

3. Nancy2 Turner (Stephen1), born 1 Apr 1788 in Bedford Co., VA; died 1865/70.  She married on 25 Jul 1804 in Lincoln Co., KY Joseph Colvin Jr., born 18 Mar 1780 in VA; died 1866 in Washington Co., KY, son of Joseph Colvin.

 

Notes for Joseph Colvin Jr.

      Joseph lived in Lincoln Co., KY in 1820 (page 37) (220010-32010); and 1830 (page 364) (1110100100000-1013001000000). In 1850 Joseph farmed in Washington Co, KY (page 174); the value of his land was $800.00. At home were his wife and children Harrison and George.

 

      Children of Nancy Turner and Joseph Colvin Jr. were as follows:

+    14        i           Turner3 Colvin, born 8 Jan 1806 in Lincoln Co., KY; died 19 Sep 1874 in Washington Co., KY; buried in Glens Creek Cemetery, Willisburg, Washington Co., KY.  He married Mary E. Scruggs.

+    15        ii          Armstead3 Colvin, born 23 Apr 1807 in KY; died 25 Apr 1872 in Washington Co., IN; buried in Colvin Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN.  He married Leanna Martha (Leanah) Wilson.

+    16        iii         Martha R.3 Colvin, born 2 Nov 1808 in KY.  She married George Blackaby.

+    17        iv         Nancy3 Colvin, born 15 Mar 1810 in Lincoln Co., KY.  She married James H. House.

      18        v          Abner3 Colvin, born 5 Nov 1811.

      19        vi         Perlina3 Colvin, born 9 Dec 1812 Of KY.  She married on 9 Jan 1839 John C. Mitchell, born abt 1808 Of KY.

      20        vii        Andrew3 Colvin, born 1813.

      21        viii       Mary3 Colvin, born 15 Aug 1814.

      22        ix         John3 Colvin, born 31 Mar 1816 in KY; died abt Apr 1884.  He married on 5 Aug 1843 Lucy Ann Comley, born 1822/23 in KY.   Notes: In 1880 John farmed in Mackville, Washington Co, KY (page 378) with his wife Lucy Ann and 4 members of the Redding family as servants and farmhands.

      23        x          Catherine3 Colvin, born 2 Sep 1818 in Washington Co., KY; died abt 1859.  She married on 8 Apr 1844 James M. Baker.

+    24        xi         Charles Elias3 Colvin, born 20 Aug 1820 in KY; died abt 1898.  He married Serilda J. Cooksey.

+    25        xii        William M.3 Colvin, born 6 Aug 1826 in Lincoln Co., KY; died 21 Aug 1909 in Sandusky, Ia; buried in Colvin Cemetery, Lee Co., Ia.  He married Catherine Ann VanArsdall.

      26        xiii       Susannah3 Colvin, born 20 Apr 1829.

      27        xiv       Harrison (Henry)3 Colvin, born 27 Aug 1830 in KY; died 14 Aug 1863 in Willisburg, Washington Co., KY; buried in Glens Creek Cemetery, Willisburg, Washington Co., KY.  He married on 20 Oct 1857 in Mercer Co., KY Mary Jane Tatum.   Notes: Name not certain - difficult to read on census.

+    28        xv        George Thomas3 Colvin, born 25 Feb 1835 in KY; died abt 1864 in Confederate Prison, Andersonville, GA.  He married Lucinda Lea.

 

 

4. John D.2 Turner (Stephen1), born 1793/94 in VA.  He married (1) on 29 Jun 1815 in Garrard Co., KY Polly Potter, born abt 1795 in KY; died abt 1823 in KY, daughter of Nathaniel Potter; (2) on 7 Nov 1826 in Fayette Co., KY Elizabeth Wymore, born 1799/1800 in Fayette Co., KY, daughter of Martin Wymore and Delilah Masterson.

 

Notes for John D. Turner

      In 1840 John (age 40-50) lived in Lexington, Fayette Co., KY (page 115) (0021001000000-0010010000000) with a wife, 3 sons and 1 daughter; he lived next door to his son-in-law Azariah Merrill. In 1850 John (56 VA) was a carpenter in District 1, Fayette Co., KY (page 162) with his wife Elizabeth and children M. J., Georgeana, Edward, and Charles.

     

      John was reported to have moved about 1850 to Crothersville, Jackson Co., IN and then to Rockford, Floyd Co., IA.

     

      MARRIAGE:

John's brother-in-law Joseph Colvin signed as bondsman.

 

Notes for Polly Potter

      MARRIAGE:

John's brother-in-law Joseph Colvin signed as bondsman.

 

      Children of John D. Turner and Polly Potter were as follows:

+    29        i           Susan Ann3 Turner, born 23 Feb 1820 in Douglas Co., IL; died 30 Nov 1908 in Douglas Co., IL.  She married Azariah M. Merrill.

 

      Children of John D. Turner and Elizabeth Wymore were as follows:

      30        i           M. J.3 Turner, born 1828/29 in KY.

      31        ii          Georgiana3 Turner, born 1829/30 in KY.

      32        iii         Edward3 Turner, born 1830/31 in KY.

      33        iv         Charles3 Turner, born 1832/33 in KY.

 

 

5. Susannah (Susan)2 Turner (Stephen1), born 1794/95 in KY; died 1854 in Harrison Co., IN.  She married on 26 Mar 1806 in Lincoln Co., KY Alexander McKinney, born 1784 in TN; died 10 Jan 1856 in Harrison Co., IN.

 

Notes for Susannah (Susan) Turner

      MARRIAGE:

The bondsman for the wedding was Joseph Colvin.

 

Notes for Alexander McKinney

      In 1850 Alexander McKiney farmed in the 45th District of Harrison Co., IN (page 396) with his wife Susan, children Eliza (21), John (18), and Andrew Jackson (18), and a Lucy Green (16); the value of his property was $800.00.

     

      MARRIAGE:

The bondsman for the wedding was Joseph Colvin.

 

      Children of Susannah (Susan) Turner and Alexander McKinney were as follows:

+    34        i           Turner3 McKinney, born abt 1809 in KY; died 1860 in IN.  He married Nancy N. Ott.

+    35        ii          Martha3 McKinney, born 3 Aug 1817 in IN; died 5 Jan 1901 in Harrison Co., IN; buried in Mount Zion Cemetery, Depauw, Harrison Co., IN.  She married Benjamin Israel Sipes.

+    36        iii         Nancy3 McKinney, born 23 Aug 1819 in Washington Co., IN; died 7 Jan 1898 in IL.  She married Gabriel Peavler.

+    37        iv         Susannah3 McKinney, born 1825/26 in KY.  She married John Nelson.

      38        v          Elizabeth (Eliza)3 McKinney, born 1828/29 in Harrison Co., IN; died 22 Dec 1856 in IN.   Notes: In 1850 Eliza was unmarried and living with her parents in Harrison Co., IN.

      39        vi         John3 McKinney, born 1831/32 in Harrison Co., IN.  He married on 8 Nov 1857 in Harrison Co., IN Eliza Jane Buly, born 1843/44 in IN.   Notes: In 1850 John was unmarried and living with his parents in Harrison Co., IN. MARRIAGE: Liscense issued 7 Nov 1857.

+    40        vii        Andrew Jackson3 McKinney, born 28 Apr 1832 in Harrison Co., IN; died 13 Apr 1865 in Jeffersonville, Clark Co., IN; buried in Hancock Chapel United Methodist Cemetery, Harrison Co., IN.  He married Elizabeth Simpson.

      41        viii       Lucy Green3 McKinney, born 1833/34 in Harrison Co., IN.   Notes: In 1850 Lucy Green McKinney lived with her parents in Harrison Co., IN.

 

 

6. Martha Jane (Patsy)2 Turner (Stephen1), born 1795/96 in Lincoln Co., KY.  She married on 19 Dec 1812 in Lincoln Co., KY Elijah Colvin, born 19 Dec 1784 in VA, son of Joseph Colvin.

 

Notes for Martha Jane (Patsy) Turner

      MARRIAGE:

Marriage on bond of Elijah Colvin to marry Patsey Turner, with Caleb Turner as surety, December 19, 1812. Consent of Mary Turner for bride, same date, witnessed by Caleb Turner and Ezekiel Montgomery.

 

Notes for Elijah Colvin

      Elijah lived in Lincoln Co., KY in 1820 (page 37) (300010-10100) and lived next door to Mary Turner; 1830 (page 364) (2111001000000-0110010000000); and 1840 (page 86). In 1850 Elijah Calvin, age 66 from VA, farmed in District 2, Lincoln Co., KY (page 278) with his wife Martha and children Edward, Lancha (?), Joseph, Elizabeth, M. Jane, Catherine, and Evaline.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Marriage on bond of Elijah Colvin to marry Patsey Turner, with Caleb Turner as surety, December 19, 1812. Consent of Mary Turner for bride, same date, witnessed by Caleb Turner and Ezekiel Montgomery.

 

      Children of Martha Jane (Patsy) Turner and Elijah Colvin were as follows:

+    42        i           Stephen3 Colvin, born 1813/14 in KY.  He married Lucy Moore.

+    43        ii          Benjamin Paschal3 Colvin, born 4 Mar 1815 in KY; died 28 Apr 1894 in Macomb, McDonough Co., IL.  He married Julie Ann Kays.

+    44        iii         Elijah3 Colvin Jr., born 8 Jan 1818 in KY; died 29 Nov 1895 in Washington Co., KY; buried in Antioch Christian Church Cemetery, Washington Co., KY.  He married Elizabeth Cynthia Richardson.

+    45        iv         Nancy J.3 Colvin, born 29 Oct 1820 in KY; died 4 Mar 1906 in Willisburg, Washington Co., KY; buried in Rockbridge Cemetery, Willisburg, Washington Co., KY.  She married William Terrell.

+    46        v          Sarah A.3 Colvin, born 21 Feb 1822 in KY; died 1898.  She married George W. Kays.

+    47        vi         Edward3 Colvin, born 1823/24 in KY; died 24 May 1864 in Cass Station, Ga.  He married Margrette Campbell.

+    48        vii        Daniel3 Colvin, born 1826/27 in KY.  He married Elizabeth (---).

+    49        viii       Seneca3 Colvin, born 1826/27 in KY.  He married Reauhea House.

      50        ix         Joseph3 Colvin, born 1828/29 in KY.

      51        x          Elizabeth3 Colvin, born 1830/31 in KY.  She married on 16 Oct 1852 in Lincoln Co., KY James Stinnett, born abt 1827 Of KY.

      52        xi         Martha Jane3 Colvin, born 1835/36 in KY.  She married on 4 Aug 1861 in Washington Co., KY Joseph Keeling.

      53        xii        Catherine3 Colvin, born 1837/38 in KY.

+    54        xiii       Eveline3 Colvin, born 1841/42 in KY.  She married Marcus Martin.

 

 

7. Paschal2 Turner (Stephen1), born 16 Feb 1798 in Lincoln Co., KY; died 1875 in Washington Co., IN.  He married on 20 Oct 1824 in Lincoln Co., KY Elizabeth Ann Trueman, born 1806/07 in NC.

 

Notes for Paschal Turner

      In 1830 Paschal lived in Washington Co., IN. In 1850 he farmed in Jackson Township, Washington Co., IN (page 291); the value of his property was $400.00. In 1860 he farmed in Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN (page 54) with his wife Eliza and daughters Martha and Sarah with son Francis living next door with Mary Bixler; the value of his property was $700.00 and personal assets of $230.00.

     

      Paschal's will was recorded in 1875 in Washington Co., IN.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Married on a bond of Paschal Turner to Eliza Ann Trusner, with Meridith Helm as surety, October 21, 1824. Consent of Jacob Trusner for the bride, October 20, 1824, (written at Mount Olivet Mills), witnesses by Joseph Helm and Meredith Helm.

 

Notes for Elizabeth Ann Trueman

      Surname also reported as Trusner.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Married on a bond of Paschal Turner to Eliza Ann Trusner, with Meridith Helm as surety, October 21, 1824. Consent of Jacob Trusner for the bride, October 20, 1824, (written at Mount Olivet Mills), witnesses by Joseph Helm and Meredith Helm.

 

      Children of Paschal Turner and Elizabeth Ann Trueman were as follows:

      55        i           Elizabeth3 Turner, born 1827/28 in IN.  She married on 17 Oct 1850 in Washington Co., IN John Matthew Richard, born abt 1825 Of IN.

+    56        ii          Susan3 Turner, born 28 Sep 1832 in Washington Co., IN; died 24 Jan 1877 in IN.  She married Aaron Hiestand Martin.

      57        iii         Francis Marion3 Turner, born 1834/35 in Martinsburg, Washington Co., IN.  He married on 31 Mar 1863 in Washington Co., IN Mary Ann Voyles, born abt 1842 Of IN.

+    58        iv         Martha A.3 Turner, born 1836/37 in Martinsburg, Washington Co., IN.  She married (1) Abner Overton; (2) James Botts.

      59        v          Sarah Jane3 Turner, born 1840/41 in Martinsburg, Washington Co., IN.   Notes: Sarah may have married Aaron H. Martin.

 

 

9. Edmund David2 Turner (Stephen1), born 29 Sep 1802 in Lincoln Co., KY; died 19 Jun 1881 in Pekin, Washington Co., IN; buried in Mt. Washington Cemetery, Washington Co., IN.  He married on 14 Apr 1825 in Washington Co., IN Emily Crotts, born 10 Apr 1806 in TN; died 16 Sep 1880 in Washington Co., IN; buried in Mt. Washington Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN, daughter of Valentine Crotts and Susannah Ann Hinkle.

 

Notes for Edmund David Turner

      Edmund moved to Washington Co., IN about 1822. In 1830, 1850, and 1870 Edmund lived in Washington Co., IN. In 1850 he farmed in Jackson Township (page 281), and the value of his property was $2,800.00; all of the family was at home except David. In 1880 he farmed in Pierce, Washington Co., IN (page 478) with his wife Milley and married son David.

     

      Edmunds will was recorded in Washington Co., IN in 1879 and probated 29 June 1881.

 

Notes for Emily Crotts

      Parents also reported as Peter Crotts and Miss Hodgeklter.

 

      Children of Edmund David Turner and Emily Crotts were as follows:

      60        i           David3 Turner, born 16 Feb 1826 in Washington Co., IN; died 7 Mar 1911 in Washington Co., IN; buried in Mt. Washington Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN.   Notes: In 1850 David worked on the farm of Sarah Monicle in Jackson Townshop, Washington Co., IN (page 279). In 1880 he was listed as married but working on the farm of his parents in Pierce, Washington Co., IN (page 478).

      61        ii          Elizabeth3 Turner, born abt 1828 in IN; died young.

+    62        iii         Nancy3 Turner, born 1829/30 in Washington Co., IN.  She married Jacob Bixler.

+    63        iv         Elias N.3 Turner, born 30 Jan 1832 in Washington Co., IN; died 24 Jun 1893 in Washington Co., IN; buried in Mt. Washington Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN.  He married Jane Strain.

      64        v          John3 Turner, born 8 Jan 1834 in Washington Co., IN; died 1 Jun 1858 in Washington Co., IN; buried in Mt. Washington Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN.

+    65        vi         N. Ellen3 Turner, born 6 Jun 1836 in Pekin, Washington Co., IN; died 3 Jan 1875 in Washington Co., IN; buried in Mt. Washington Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN.  She married Joab S. Souder.

+    66        vii        Enos3 Turner, born 24 Mar 1838 in Washington Co., IN; died 12 Jan 1905 in Washington Co., IN; buried in Mt. Washington Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN.  He married Julia Ann Lofton.

+    67        viii       Eveline M.3 Turner, born 4 Jul 1840 in Washington Co., IN; died 27 Mar 1924 in Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN; buried in Mt. Washington Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN.  She married Dandridge O. Smith.

+    68        ix         Edmund3 Turner, born 20 Jul 1842 in Washington Co., IN; died 24 Oct 1922 in Washington Co., IN.  He married Elizabeth Baker.

+    69        x          Susannah3 Turner, born 18 Jun 1844 in Washington Co., IN; died 26 Oct 1886 in Washington Co., IN.  She married Peter Malry Martin.

+    70        xi         Jane3 Turner, born 6 Mar 1847 in Martinsburg, Washington Co., IN; died 3 Nov 1902 in Pekin, Washington Co., IN; buried in Mt. Washington Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN.  She married John Nelson Ratts.

+    71        xii        Harvey Franklin3 Turner, born 13 Sep 1849 in Martinsburg, Washington Co., IN; died 18 May 1920.  He married Elizabeth Ann Segler.

      72        xiii       Amanda A.3 Turner, born 1852 in Washington Co., IN; died 1 Jan 1901 in Washington Co., IN; buried in Mt. Washington Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN.

 

Generation 3

 

11. Susan3 Turner (Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 1815/16 in Lincoln Co., KY; died aft 1850 Of Moultrie Co., IL.  She married on 3 Sep 1837 in Macon Co., IL David Stutsman Jr., born 1809/10 in IN; died aft 1860 Of Moultrie Co., IL, son of David Stutsman.

 

Notes for David Stutsman Jr.

      In 1850 David farmed in Moultrie Co., IL (page 367) with his wife Susan and 4 children; the value of his property was $440.00. In the census David is listed as insane. In 1860 he lived with his son Thomas in Lovington, Moultrie Co. (page 76), age 48 born in KY, still listed as insane.

 

      Children of Susan Turner and David Stutsman Jr. were as follows:

+    73        i           Thomas J.4 Stutsman, born Oct 1838 in IL; died aft 1900 in ID.  He married Eliza Ann Crouch.

      74        ii          Susan Caroline4 Stutsman, born 1840/41 in IL; died 1860.  She married on 22 Jun 1858 in Moultrie Co., IL Francis M. Green, born May 1839 in IL, son of Josiah Green and Rebecca Long.

+    75        iii         Elizabeth Jane4 Stutsman, born 3 Dec 1842 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 3 Aug 1923 in Decatur, Macon Co., IL; buried 6 Aug 1923 in Greenwood Cemetery, Decatur, Macon Co., IL.  She married Samuel T. Foster.

+    76        iv         James Henry4 Stutsman, born 25 Dec 1846 in IL; died 1926 in Coffey Co., KS; buried in Bailey Cemetery, Coffey Co., KS.  He married Julia Ann Harris.

 

 

12. Stephen A.3 Turner (Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 3 Oct 1818 in Frankfort, Franklin Co., KY; died 23 Oct 1905 in Downing, Schuyler Co., MO; buried 25 Oct 1905 in Downing, Schuyler Co., MO.  He married on 8 Mar 1843 in Macon Co., IL Barbara Deeds, born 28 Feb 1825 in Muncie, Delaware Co., IN; died 9 Jan 1901 in Downing, Schuyler Co., MO; buried in Downing, Schuyler Co., MO, daughter of John George Deeds and Elizabeth Roush.

 

Notes for Stephen A. Turner

      Stephen was reported to have come to IL with his parents when he was 7 years old, but the family must have returned to KY.

     

      Stephen and his sisters and brother were orphaned by 1832. They were looked out for by a Baptist Minister John S. Higgins (in 1850 his aunt Polly Turner lived with the family of John S. Higgins in District 2, Lincoln Co., KY, page 304).

     

      In 1850 Stephen was a plasterer living in Moultrie County, IL with his wife Barbary and children Susanna E., Agness, Mary A., and Wm. F. In 1860 he was a plasterer living in Lovington, Moultrie County (page 76) with Barbary and children Agnes J., Mary A., Wm. F., Margaret A., Eliza C., John S., Nancy J., and George H.; also in the household was Adam Berry, born 1809/10 in NC. In 1870 he was a farmer in Lovington with wife Barbara and children Eliza C., John S., Nancy J., George H., Christeana, Charity E., and Charles A.; the value of his land was $12,000 and personal property at $2,000. In 1880 he was a plasterer and tradesman in Lovington with his wife and children Nancy, George, Charity, Charles, and Commodore Perry. Stephen was listed in the 1889 land road tax in Lovington.

     

      Stephen was a resident of the Lovington vicinity for more than half a century. He bought up cheap swamp land and drained it to make farm land of it. There they shot brandts and ducks. He had narrow shovels to dig narrow trenches in the muddy swampland; then he laid four-inch tile to drain the water off. One of Stephen`s buildings housed the Post Office.  Overhead was a big room they held dances in, a familiar saying was "It was just a ball in Turner`s hall, that was all."

     

      Stephen moved to MO in 1899.  He "owned over 400 acres of land in the Lanton neighborhood and business property in Lovington and Hammond in addition to a fine farm in Missouri. His large estate was accumulated by his own industry and frugality. In his younger days he followed farming and stock raising, and when work in these lines were slack he devoted his time to the trade of plasterer, at which he was an expert."

     

      Obituary - Lovington Reporter, 27 Oct 1905 (with photo):

    Former Resident Dies in Missouri. Stephen Turner Passes Away at the Age of Eighty-seven.

    Stephen Turner, aged 87 years and 20 days, a former resident of the vicinity, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Chas. Mccune, near Downing, Mo., Monday, October 23. Funeral services and burial were held at that place Wednesday. Stephen Turner was born near Frankfort, Ky., October 3, 1818. He came to Illinois with his parents when 7 years of age. He was married to Miss Barbara Deeds, March 9, 1842. To them were born nine children, five sons and four daughters who are as follows: George H., Frank, Charley, John S., Mrs. Ed. Bennett and Mrs. Matt Crowder, who live in this vicinity, and Mrs. J. M. White and Mrs. Charley McCune, who live in Missouri, and on son, Perry, who liveds in Nebraska. Mrs. Turner died a Downing, Mo., January 9, 1901.

    Deceased was a resident of this vicinity for more than half a century but for the past six years he had made his home in Missouri. He was closely identified with the development of Moultrie county and had a vivid recollection of the early days in Illinois. He owned over 400 acres of land in the Lanton neighborhood and business property in Lovington and Hammond in addition to a fine farm in Missouri. His large estate was accumulated by his own indurstry and frugality. In his younger days he followed farming and stock raising, and when work in these lines were slack he devoted his time to the trade of plasterer, at which he was an expert.

    Mr. Turner enjoyed the respect and confidence of the community and his many friends here sympathize with the bereaved family and relatives.

     

      Land Purchases:

TURNER STEPHEN        FD  E2NE          11   15N  05E  3    80.00  000.00  WARRANT   MALE    01/11/1853  UNKNOWN               155  055

                                        MOULTRIE

     

      TURNER STEPHEN        FD  SWNE          11   15N  05E  3    40.00  000.00  WARRANT   MALE    01/11/1853  UNKNOWN               155  055

                                        MOULTRIE

     

      TURNER STEPHEN        FD  SESE          02   15N  05E  3    40.00  000.00  WARRANT   MALE    01/11/1853  UNKNOWN               155  055

                                        MOULTRIE

     

      TURNER STEPHEN        FD  SWSW          01   15N  05E  3    40.00  000.00  WARRANT   MALE    09/01/1852  UNKNOWN               154  261

                                        MOULTRIE

     

      TURNER STEPHEN        FD  SESE          03   15N  05E  3    40.00  000.00  WARRANT   MALE    01/05/1849  MOULTRIE              154  007

                                        MOULTRIE

     

      TURNER STEPHEN        FD  NENE          10   15N  05E  3    40.00  000.00  WARRANT   MALE    01/05/1849  MOULTRIE              154  007

                                        MOULTRIE

     

      TURNER STEPHEN        FD  W2NW          11   15N  05E  3    80.00  000.00  WARRANT   MALE    01/05/1849  MOULTRIE              154  007

                                        MOULTRIE

     

      MARRIAGE:

Marriage also reported on 9 Mar 1842 in Moultrie Co., IL.

 

      Children of Stephen A. Turner and Barbara Deeds were as follows:

      77        i           Susan Elizabeth4 Turner, born 1 Jan 1844 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 22 Dec 1858 in Moultre Co., IL; buried in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., IL.

+    78        ii          Agnes Isabella4 Turner, born 12 Jul 1846 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 19 Oct 1870 in Moultrie Co., IL; buried in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., IL.  She married (1) Jacob Frederick Hook; (2) William Thomas Underwood.

+    79        iii         Mary Anne Moulton4 Turner, born 8 Oct 1848 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 28 Nov 1881 in Moultrie Co., IL; buried in Turner Cemetery, Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL.  She married Nathaniel Green Wren.

+    80        iv         William Franklin (Frank)4 Turner, born 1 Apr 1850 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 20 Nov 1910 in KS; buried in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., IL.  He married (1) Martha Jane Bailey; (2) Hannah A. Ransford.

+    81        v          Margaret Angeline4 Turner, born 6 Sep 1851 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 10 Oct 1895 in Moultrie Co., IL; buried in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., IL.  She married Joseph Henry (Joe) Wood.

+    82        vi         Eliza Catherine4 Turner, born 4 Jan 1854 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 3 Feb 1944 in Walnut Hill, Marion Co., IL; buried in Seminary Cemetery, Vandalia, Fayette Co., IL.  She married Edward H. (Elihu) Bennett.

+    83        vii        John Stephen4 Turner, born 8 Apr 1855 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 5 May 1929 in Crocker, Pulaski Co., MO; buried 7 May 1929 in Downing, Schuyler Co., MO.  He married (1) Hannah Etta (Addie) Bailey; (2) Rachel Adaline Dixon.

+    84        viii       Nancy Jane4 Turner, born 4 Feb 1857 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 23 Nov 1951 in Hammond, Piatt Co., IL; buried 26 Nov 1951 in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., IL.  She married Francis Madison (Felix, Mat) Crowder.

+    85        ix         George Henry4 Turner, born 1 Jan 1859 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 11 Aug 1911 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; buried in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., IL.  He married Eliza Ellen Burnett.

+    86        x          Christina America4 Turner, born 23 Oct 1860 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 24 Apr 1939 in Downing, Schuyler Co., MO; buried in Campground Cemetery, Scotland Co., MO.  She married (1) Charles Clark McCune; (2) James Wallace Allen.

+    87        xi         Charity Emaline4 Turner, born 25 Sep 1862 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 26 Feb 1947 in Downing, Schuyler Co., MO; buried in Downing, Schuyler Co., MO.  She married Jeremiah White.

      88        xii        James Edward4 Turner, born 14 May 1865 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 17 Feb 1868 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL.

+    89        xiii       Charles Aaron4 Turner, born 25 Dec 1867 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL.  He married Emma Elma Dobson.

+    90        xiv       Commodore Perry (Peter)4 Turner, born 18 Apr 1871 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL.  He married Lura (Lora) Belle Ransford.

 

 

14. Turner3 Colvin (Nancy2 Turner, Stephen1), born 8 Jan 1806 in Lincoln Co., KY; died 19 Sep 1874 in Washington Co., KY; buried in Glens Creek Cemetery, Willisburg, Washington Co., KY.  He married on 1 Jan 1836 Mary E. Scruggs, born 3 Mar 1819 in KY; died 17 May 1896 in Washington Co., KY, daughter of William Scruggs and Susannah Mauzy.

 

Notes for Turner Colvin

      In 1850 Turner farmed in Washington Co., KY (page 153); the value of his land was $2600.00.

 

      Children of Turner Colvin and Mary E. Scruggs were as follows:

      91        i           William4 Colvin, born 1836/37 in KY.

      92        ii          Martha4 Colvin, born 1838/39 in Lincoln Co., KY; died 3 Apr 1875 in Williamsburg, Washington Co., KY.  She married on 26 Jan 1858 in Washington Co., KY Daniel Cheatham, born 1833/34 in KY, son of Thomas Cheatham and Nancy L. Harvey.   Notes: MARRIAGE: Marriage took place at Turner Colvins. Witnesses, James Wilson and Wm. Campbell.

+    93        iii         Benjamin4 Colvin, born 13 Feb 1842 in Washington Co., KY; died 12 Feb 1919 in De Kalb, DeKalb Co., IL; buried in Willisburg Cemetery, Willisburg, Washington Co., KY.  He married (1) Elizabeth Harris; (2) Samantha Reid.

      94        iv         Mary4 Colvin, born 1844/45 in KY.

      95        v          Susan4 Colvin, born 1847/48 in KY.

 

 

15. Armstead3 Colvin (Nancy2 Turner, Stephen1), born 23 Apr 1807 in KY; died 25 Apr 1872 in Washington Co., IN; buried in Colvin Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN.  He married on 6 Nov 1827 Leanna Martha (Leanah) Wilson, born 4 Apr 1809 in KY; died 20 May 1893 in Washington Co., IN; buried in Colvin Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN, daughter of William Wilson and Nancy Banks.

 

Notes for Armstead Colvin

      Armstead moved to Putnam Co., IN in 1835 and shortly thereafter to Washington Co., IN where he lived the remainder of his life.

     

      In 1850 Armstead (Armstard) farmed in Jackson Townwhip, Washington Co., IN (page 286); the value of his property was $1,200.00. At home were Leanah, 41 from KY; Emily, 17 from KY; Mary I., 14 from IN; Pelina, 12 from IN; William H., 8 from IN; John, 6 from IN; Amanda, 4 from IN; Susanah, 2 from IN; Nancy Wilson, 71 from VA.

     

      The Colvin Cemetery was located in Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN. The cemetery was destroyed and ploughed up when Merle Gray bought the farm.  The stones were put into a ravine.  As of 1985 it had a fence and some stones returned.

 

Notes for Leanna Martha (Leanah) Wilson

      In 1880 Leanna lived with the family of her daughter Peline Voyles in Jackson, Washington Co., IN (page 432).

 

      Children of Armstead Colvin and Leanna Martha (Leanah) Wilson were as follows:

      96        i           Martha Jane4 Colvin, born 15 Aug 1829 in Lancaster, Garrard Co., KY; died 8 Apr 1908 in Corydon, Harrison Co., IN.  She married on 27 Jan 1850 in Washington Co., IN Aaron Martin, born 22 Dec 1826 in Washington Co., IN; died 25 Sep 1902 in Washington Co., IN.

      97        ii          Emily4 Colvin, born 23 Apr 1833 in KY; died 29 Apr 1856 in Washington Co., in; buried in Colvin Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., in.  She married on 28 Dec 1854 in Washington Co., in Isaac Rickard.

      98        iii         Mary I.4 Colvin, born 1833/34 in IN.

+    99        iv         Perlina4 Colvin, born 19 Nov 1837 in IN; died 10 Dec 1919 in IN; buried in Lick Branch Cemetery, Washington Co., IN.  She married William R. Voyles.

+    100     v          William H. H.4 Colvin, born 9 Nov 1840 in Washington Co., in; died 5 Mar 1920 in Washington Co., in; buried in Martinsburg Cemetery, Jackson Township, Washington Co., in.  He married (1) Eudora Henry; (2) Mary C. McCoy.

      101     vi         John4 Colvin, born 23 Apr 1843 in In; died 27 Dec 1871 in Washington Co., in; buried in Colvin Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., in.

      102     vii        Amanda4 Colvin, born 1845/46 in In.

      103     viii       Susanah4 Colvin, born 1847/48 in In.

 

 

16. Martha R.3 Colvin (Nancy2 Turner, Stephen1), born 2 Nov 1808 in KY.  She married on 19 Jan 1828 George Blackaby, born 1808/09 in KY.

 

Notes for George Blackaby

      In 1850 George Blackabee farmed in Division 1, Garrard Co., KY (page 211) with his wife Martha and 9 children.

 

      Children of Martha R. Colvin and George Blackaby were as follows:

      104     i           Franklin4 Blackaby, born 1828/29 in KY.

      105     ii          John4 Blackaby, born 1830/31 in KY.

      106     iii         Nancy4 Blackaby, born 1832/33 in KY.

      107     iv         Jane4 Blackaby, born 1833/34 in KY.

      108     v          Thomas4 Blackaby, born 1834/35 in KY.

      109     vi         Samuel4 Blackaby, born 1839/40 in KY.

      110     vii        George4 Blackaby, born 1842/43 in KY.

      111     viii       William4 Blackaby, born 1845/46 in KY.

      112     ix         Sarah4 Blackaby, born 1850 in KY.

 

 

17. Nancy3 Colvin (Nancy2 Turner, Stephen1), born 15 Mar 1810 in Lincoln Co., KY.  She married on 9 Dec 1828 in Lincoln Co., KY James H. House, born 1812/13 in KY.

 

Notes for James H. House

      In 1850 James farmed in Morgantown, Butler Co., KY (page 254) with his wife Nancy and 4 sons; the value of his property was $100.00.

 

      Children of Nancy Colvin and James H. House were as follows:

      113     i           William4 House, born 1843/44 in KY.

      114     ii          Lee4 House, born 1845/46 in KY.

      115     iii         Nick4 House, born 1846/47 in KY.

      116     iv         John4 House, born 1848/50 in KY.

 

 

24. Charles Elias3 Colvin (Nancy2 Turner, Stephen1), born 20 Aug 1820 in KY; died abt 1898.  He married on 26 May 1846 Serilda J. Cooksey, born 1823/26 in KY.

 

Notes for Charles Elias Colvin

      In 1850 Elias was a farmer in Washington Co.; the value of his property was $400.00. In 1860 (page 184) he lived in Mackville, Washington Co. In 1880 he farmed in Willisburgh, Washington Co., KY (page 409) with his wife Sarildar J. and 7 children.

 

Notes for Serilda J. Cooksey

      Serilda's father was from TN and mother from KY.

 

      Children of Charles Elias Colvin and Serilda J. Cooksey were as follows:

+    117     i           Winfield Scott4 Colvin, born 1846/47 in KY.  He married Martha A. Browne.

      118     ii          Henry4 Colvin, born 1847/48 in KY.

      119     iii         Ujene4 Colvin, born 1853/54 in KY.

      120     iv         Sarah A.4 Colvin, born 1857/58 in KY.

      121     v          Nancy J.4 Colvin, born 1859/60 in KY.

      122     vi         Martha4 Colvin, born 1862/63 in KY.

      123     vii        Catie4 Colvin, born 1866/67 in KY.

      124     viii       Susan M.4 Colvin, born 1868/69 in KY.

      125     ix         Turner4 Colvin, born 1870/71 in KY.

 

 

25. William M.3 Colvin (Nancy2 Turner, Stephen1), born 6 Aug 1826 in Lincoln Co., KY; died 21 Aug 1909 in Sandusky, Ia; buried in Colvin Cemetery, Lee Co., Ia.  He married on 10 Aug 1847 in Mercer Co., KY Catherine Ann VanArsdall, born 1830/31 in KY.

 

Notes for William M. Colvin

      In 1850 William farmed in Washington Co., KY (page 174); the value of his property was $240.00. At home were his wife and daughter Lucy.

 

      Children of William M. Colvin and Catherine Ann VanArsdall were as follows:

      126     i           Lucy P.4 Colvin, born 1848/49 in KY.

 

 

28. George Thomas3 Colvin (Nancy2 Turner, Stephen1), born 25 Feb 1835 in KY; died abt 1864 in Confederate Prison, Andersonville, GA.  He married on 29 Jun 1858 Lucinda Lea, born 1837/38 in KY.

 

Notes for George Thomas Colvin

      Middle initial reported as W.

 

Notes for Lucinda Lea

      In 1880 Lucinda lived in Hendren, Washinton Co., KY (page 436) with her son Enos.

 

      Children of George Thomas Colvin and Lucinda Lea were as follows:

      127     i           Amos4 Colvin, born 10 Apr 1859 in Washington Co., KY.

      128     ii          Enos J.4 Colvin, born 4 Dec 1860 in Washington Co., KY.

      129     iii         Martha Ann4 Colvin, born 6 Feb 1863 in Washington Co., KY.

 

 

29. Susan Ann3 Turner (John D.2, Stephen1), born 23 Feb 1820 in Douglas Co., IL; died 30 Nov 1908 in Douglas Co., IL.  She married on 16 Jul 1837 in Lexington, Fayette Co., KY Azariah M. Merrill, born 1 Mar 1819 in KY; died 2 Dec 1896 in Douglas Co., IL, son of William S. Merrill and Sara Brown.

 

Notes for Susan Ann Turner

      MARRIAGE:

Both were listed from Lexington.

 

Notes for Azariah M. Merrill

      In the 1880 census both of Azariah's parents were born in KY. Reported an Azariah M. Merrill born about 1819, son of William S. Merrill (abt 1785 NJ or PA) and Sara Brown; William son of David Merrill (b. 1760/6 Hopewell, NJ) and Rebecca Stout.

     

      In 1840 Azariah lived in Lexington, Fayette Co., KY (page 115) (0000100000000-2001000000000) with his wife and 2 daughters; they lived next door to his father-in-law John Turner. In 1850 Azanah M. Merrell farmed in Garrard Co., KY (page 205) with his wife Susan Ann and 7 children; he farmed next to his probable brother William (26 KY) and family. In 1860 he was a blacksmith in Lancaster, Garrard Co., KY (page 638) with his wife Susan A. and 9 children; the value of his land was $2,500 and personal assets of $3,000. In 1880 he farmed in Bowdre, Douglas Co., IL (page 66b) with his wife Susan and children Alice, John B., and Mary France (widow), and a servant Frank Dixson (11 IL).

     

      MARRIAGE:

Both were listed from Lexington.

 

      Children of Susan Ann Turner and Azariah M. Merrill were as follows:

      130     i           Frances4 Merrill, born 1837/38 in KY.

      131     ii          Joann4 Merrill, born 1839/40 in KY.

      132     iii         Azariah4 Merrill, born 1844/45 in KY.

      133     iv         Sarah J.4 Merrill, born 1846/47 in KY.

      134     v          Mary4 Merrill, born 1849/50 in KY.  She married Mr. France, died bef 1880.

      135     vi         David4 Merrill, born 1850/51 in KY.

      136     vii        Emmett4 Merrill, born 1851/52 in KY.

+    137     viii       Thomas J.4 Merrill, born Sep 1854 in KY.  He married Sarah Ellen (---).

      138     ix         Alice4 Merrill, born 1855/56 in KY.

+    139     x          John B.4 Merrill, born 25 Oct 1858 in Lancaster, Garrett Co., KY.  He married (1) unknown; (2) Selinda Elizabeth (---).

 

 

34. Turner3 McKinney (Susannah (Susan)2 Turner, Stephen1), born abt 1809 in KY; died 1860 in IN.  He married on 26 Jan 1833 in Harrison Co., IN Nancy N. Ott, born 1810 in Rockcastle Co., KY, daughter of Frederick Ott and Nancy Laswell.

 

Notes for Turner McKinney

      In 1850 Turner (51 KY) farmed in the 45th District of Harrison Co., IN (page 396) with his wife Nanc y and 5 children; the value of his property was $600.00.

 

      Children of Turner McKinney and Nancy N. Ott were as follows:

+    140     i           Alexander4 McKinney, born 1834/35 in IN.  He married Elizabeth Howerton.

      141     ii          Louisa4 McKinney, born 1835/36 in IN.

      142     iii         Susan4 McKinney, born 1841/42 in IN.

      143     iv         Eliza4 McKinney, born 1843/44 in IN.

      144     v          Catherine4 McKinney, born 1848/49 in IN.

 

 

35. Martha3 McKinney (Susannah (Susan)2 Turner, Stephen1), born 3 Aug 1817 in IN; died 5 Jan 1901 in Harrison Co., IN; buried in Mount Zion Cemetery, Depauw, Harrison Co., IN.  She married on 14 Jan 1839 in Harrison Co., IN Benjamin Israel Sipes, born Apr 1815 in Stokes Co., NC; died aft 1900 Of Harrison Co., IN, son of Daniel Sipe and Barby (---).

 

Notes for Benjamin Israel Sipes

      In 1850 Israel farmed in the 45th District, Harrison Co., IN (page 390) with his wife Martha, children Mary J. and Alexander, and a student farmer Hammon Green, age 19 from IA. In 1860 he farmed in Spencer Township, Harrison Co., IN with his wife Martha and 3 children. In 1870 he farmed in Spencer Township with his wife Martha and daughter Dulceny. In 1880 he farmed in Spencer (page 369) with his wife Martha, daughter Dulcenia Barnett, her husband Thomas and son Charlie. In 1900 he farmed in Spencer Township (page 52) with his wife Martha, daughter Dulcie Barnet, son-in-law Thomas Barnet, and grandson Charley.

 

      Children of Martha McKinney and Benjamin Israel Sipes were as follows:

      145     i           Mary Jane4 Sipes, born 30 Oct 1839 in IN; died 11 Jan 1918 in Floyd Co., IN; buried in Atkins Cemetery, Floyds Knobs, Floyd Co., IN.  She married in 1867/68 in IN Charles F. Green, born 9 Jan 1840 in IN; died 18 Dec 1912 in Floyd Co., IN; buried in Atkins Cemetery, Floyds Knobs, Floyd Co., IN, son of John Jacob Green and Barbara Hahn.   Notes: Mary and Charles had no children.

+    146     ii          Alexander McKinney4 Sipes, born 15 Mar 1842 in IN; died 23 May 1919 in Barton Co., KS; buried in Great Bend Cemetery, Great Bend, Barton Co., KS.  He married Rebecca Jane Miles.

+    147     iii         Dulcenia (Dulcie, Dulceny) I.4 Sipes, born Oct 1854 in IN; died 9 Aug 1928 in Harrison Co., IN; buried in Mount Zion Cemetery, Depauw, Harrison Co., IN.  She married Thomas W. Barnett.

 

 

36. Nancy3 McKinney (Susannah (Susan)2 Turner, Stephen1), born 23 Aug 1819 in Washington Co., IN; died 7 Jan 1898 in IL.  She married on 27 Nov 1834 in Washington Co., IN Gabriel Peavler, born 27 Jan 1813 in Sullivan Co., TN; died 8 Oct 1885 in Spring Garden, Jefferson Co., IL; buried in Union Cemetery, Spring Garden, Jefferson Co., IL, son of Jacob Peavler and Margaret Stewart.

 

Notes for Gabriel Peavler

      In 1850 Gabriel Peevler farmed in Jackson Township, Washington Co., IN (page 275) with his wife Nancy and 7 children. In 1860 Gabriel Peavler farmed in Jefferson Co., IL with Nancy and 9 children. In 1870 he farmed in Spring Garden, Jefferson Co., IL with Nancy and 4 children; the value of his property was $7,500 with personal assets of $1,000.

 

      Children of Nancy McKinney and Gabriel Peavler were as follows:

      148     i           George W.4 Peavler, born 22 Feb 1836 in IN; died 21 Jan 1855 in IN.

      149     ii          William Henry Harrison4 Peavler M.D., born 4 Aug 1838 in IN; died 15 Sep 1866.

+    150     iii         Dr. James Warren4 Peavler, born 20 Jul 1840 in Washington Co., IN; died 31 Dec 1891 in Spring Garden, Jefferson Co., IL.  He married Victoria Hagle.

      151     iv         Mary Jane4 Peavler, born 31 Dec 1842 in IN; died 1916.

      152     v          Henrietta4 Peavler, born 3 Sep 1844 in IN.

      153     vi         William Taylor Clay (Winfield)4 Peavler, born 18 Oct 1846 in IN.

      154     vii        Lucy (Ellena)4 Peavler, born 23 Apr 1849 in IN.

      155     viii       Amanda Virduality (Manda)4 Peavler, born 9 Jul 1853 in Jefferson Co., IL; died 10 May 1877.

      156     ix         Alexnor S.4 Peavler, born 9 Jun 1855 in Jefferson Co., IL; died 10 May 1877.

      157     x          Nancy Frances4 Peavler, born 20 Oct 1858 in Jefferson Co., IL; died 17 Oct 1925.

      158     xi         Gabriel Nathanill (Elmer)4 Peavler, born 18 Feb 1862 in Jefferson Co., IL; died Oct 1937.

 

 

37. Susannah3 McKinney (Susannah (Susan)2 Turner, Stephen1), born 1825/26 in KY.  She married on 10 Dec 1834 in Harrison Co., in John Nelson, born 1812/13 in NC.

 

Notes for John Nelson

      In 1850 John farmed in the 45th District, Harrison Co., IN (page 393) with his wife Susannah and 3 sons; the value of his property was $400.00.

 

      Children of Susannah McKinney and John Nelson were as follows:

      159     i           James J.4 Nelson, born 1836/37 in In.

      160     ii          Lawson G.4 Nelson, born 1842/43 in In.

      161     iii         Ransom M.4 Nelson, born 1844/45 in In.

 

 

40. Andrew Jackson3 McKinney (Susannah (Susan)2 Turner, Stephen1), born 28 Apr 1832 in Harrison Co., IN; died 13 Apr 1865 in Jeffersonville, Clark Co., IN; buried in Hancock Chapel United Methodist Cemetery, Harrison Co., IN.  He married on 4 Aug 1856 in Harrison Co., IN Elizabeth Simpson, born 28 Jan 1837 in IN; died 5 Mar 1863 in Harrison Co., IN; buried in Hancock Chapel United Methodist Cemetery, Harrison Co., IN.

 

Notes for Andrew Jackson McKinney

      In 1860 Andrew McKiney farmed in Blue River, Harrison Co., IN with wife Elizabeth and son James.

 

      Children of Andrew Jackson McKinney and Elizabeth Simpson were as follows:

      162     i           James B.4 McKinney, born 3 Jan 1857 in Harrison Co., IN; died 18 Oct 1876 in Harrison Co., IN; buried in Hancock Chapel United Methodist Cemetery, Harrison Co., IN.

+    163     ii          Delila C.4 McKinney, born Jul 1860 in IN; died 1930/40 Of Washington Co., IN.  She married Henry D. Miller.

 

 

42. Stephen3 Colvin (Martha Jane (Patsy)2 Turner, Stephen1), born 1813/14 in KY.  He married on 4 Sep 1832 in Mercer Co., KY Lucy Moore, born 1816/17 in KY, daughter of Joseph Moore and Mary A. Joseph.

 

Notes for Stephen Colvin

      In 1850 Stephen farmed in Washington Co., KY (page 158); the value of his land was $420.00. In the household were Stephen Moore (75, PA), Mary A. Moore (74, SC), and Stephen Moore (14, KY). Stephen also lived in Mackville Township, Washington Co. in 1860 (page 212).

     

      MARRIAGE:

Stephen Colvin, to Lucy Moore, with George Blackerby as surety, September 4, 1832. Consent of Elijah Colvin for bride, September 1, 1832, witnessed by A. Colvin and George Blackerby. Consent by Joseph Moore for his daughter, September 3, 1832, witnessed by Harrison Moore and Joseph Moore.

 

Notes for Lucy Moore

      MARRIAGE:

Stephen Colvin, to Lucy Moore, with George Blackerby as surety, September 4, 1832. Consent of Elijah Colvin for bride, September 1, 1832, witnessed by A. Colvin and George Blackerby. Consent by Joseph Moore for his daughter, September 3, 1832, witnessed by Harrison Moore and Joseph Moore.

 

      Children of Stephen Colvin and Lucy Moore were as follows:

+    164     i           Martha A.4 Colvin, born Jun 1849 in KY; died 3 Feb 1929 in Washington Co., KY.  She married James Ross.

 

 

43. Benjamin Paschal3 Colvin (Martha Jane (Patsy)2 Turner, Stephen1), born 4 Mar 1815 in KY; died 28 Apr 1894 in Macomb, McDonough Co., IL.  He married on 24 Jun 1844 in Mercer Co., KY Julie Ann Kays, born 14 Mar 1825 in KY; died 9 Apr 1897.

 

Notes for Benjamin Paschal Colvin

      In 1870 Paschal farmed in North, Washington Co., KY with wife Julia and 6 children.

 

      Children of Benjamin Paschal Colvin and Julie Ann Kays were as follows:

      165     i           Mary4 Colvin, born 11 Aug 1849 in Lincoln Co., KY; died 18 Apr 1932 in Macomb, McDonough Co., IL; buried 19 Apr 1932 in Seista Township, McDonough Co., IL.  She married John D. Champion.

+    166     ii          Nancy4 Colvin, born 1 Jan 1851 in Lincoln Co., KY; died 18 Aug 1937 in Fern Creek, Jefferson Co., KY; buried in Highview Cemetery, Chaplin, Nelson Co., KY.  She married George Harrison Keeling.

      167     iii         Ellen4 Colvin, born 1856/57 in Washington Co., KY.

      168     iv         Eliza4 Colvin, born 1858/59 in Washington Co., KY.

      169     v          Barbara Allen4 Colvin, born 29 Jun 1862 in Washington Co., KY; died 19 Oct 1926 in Macomb, McDonough Co., IL; buried 21 Oct 1926 in Macomb, McDonough Co., IL.  She married John H. Lewis.

      170     vi         Leanna4 Colvin, born 1863/64 in Washington Co., KY.

      171     vii        Samuel4 Colvin, born 1867/68 in Washington Co., KY.

 

 

44. Elijah3 Colvin Jr. (Martha Jane (Patsy)2 Turner, Stephen1), born 8 Jan 1818 in KY; died 29 Nov 1895 in Washington Co., KY; buried in Antioch Christian Church Cemetery, Washington Co., KY.  He married on 21 Dec 1841 in Mercer Co., KY Elizabeth Cynthia Richardson, born 10 Apr 1826 in KY; died 9 Apr 1897 in Washington Co., KY; buried in Antioch Christian Church Cemetery, Washington Co., KY.

 

Notes for Elijah Colvin Jr.

      In 1850 Elijah farmed in Washington Co., KY (page 158); the value of his property was $180.00. Living with the family was Priscilla Richardson, age 20, born in KY. In 1870 he farmed in Washington Co. with Cynthia and 8 children. In 1880 Elijah farmed in Washington Co., KY (page 399) with his wife Centha and children Wesley, James W., Sarah C., and Eliza A.

 

      Children of Elijah Colvin Jr. and Elizabeth Cynthia Richardson were as follows:

+    172     i           Stephen4 Colvin, born 1842/43 in KY.  He married Jane Brown.

      173     ii          Richard Paschal4 Colvin, born 1844/45 in KY.  He married Leutisha Wells.   Notes: During the Civil War Pascal enlisted as a Private in Co. 1, 1st Regiment, Kentucky Infantry. He deserted but was arrested when he agave himself up on 26 June 1864 at Louisville, KY.

      174     iii         Anna4 Colvin, born 1846/47 in KY.

      175     iv         Priscilla4 Colvin, born 1848/49 in KY.

      176     v          John4 Colvin, born 5 Jan 1852 in Washington Co., KY.

      177     vi         Jane4 Colvin, born 1855/56 in Washington Co., KY.

      178     vii        Wesley4 Colvin, born 1857/58 in Washington Co., KY.

      179     viii       Rueann4 Colvin, born 1859/60 in Washington Co., KY.

+    180     ix         James William4 Colvin, born 2 May 1864 in Washington Co., KY; died 20 May 1913 in Washington Co., KY; buried in Willisburg Cemetery, Willisburg, Washington Co., KY.  He married (1) Paralee Kays; (2) Bessie P. Keeling.

      181     x          Sarah C.4 Colvin, born 1864/65 in Washington Co., KY.

      182     xi         Eliza A.4 Colvin, born 1870/71 in Washington Co., KY.

      183     xii        Enos Ervin4 Colvin, born 4 Feb 1871 in Washington Co., KY; died 31 Mar 1873 in Washington Co., KY; buried in Antioch Christian Church Cemetery, Washington Co., KY.

 

 

45. Nancy J.3 Colvin (Martha Jane (Patsy)2 Turner, Stephen1), born 29 Oct 1820 in KY; died 4 Mar 1906 in Willisburg, Washington Co., KY; buried in Rockbridge Cemetery, Willisburg, Washington Co., KY.  She married William Terrell, born 1816/24 in KY; died 3 Nov 1897 in Tatum Springs, Washington Co., KY, son of Thomas Terrell and Nancy Blackerby.

 

Notes for William Terrell

      Both of William's parents were from KY.

     

      In 1850 William lived in Washington Co., KY with his wife Nancy and sons Matthew and Senica. In 1860 William (36 KY) farmed in District 1, Washington Co., KY with his wife Nancy and 7 children; the value of his propery was $1,908 with personal assets of $709. In 1880 he farmed in Willisburgh, Washington Co., KY (page 409) with his wife Nancy and son Lincoln.

 

      Children of Nancy J. Colvin and William Terrell were as follows:

      184     i           Matthew Dawson4 Terrell, born 4 May 1848 in Lincoln Co., KY; died 17 Feb 1922 in Lincoln Co., KY.   Notes: Birth reported 4 May 1844.

      185     ii          Seneca Franklin4 Terrell, born 1 Mar 1850 in Washington Co., KY; died 29 Dec 1926 in Washington Co., KY; buried in Terrell Ridge, Washington Co., KY.  He married on 13 Jul 1871 in Washington Co., KY Martha Booker Keeling, born 7 Mar 1857 in Washington Co., KY; died 29 Aug 1938 in Nelson Co., KY; buried in Terrell Ridge, Washington Co., KY.   Notes: Seneca and Martha had 8 children.

      186     iii         Martha Jane4 Terrell, born 1850/51 in Washington Co., KY; died 26 Mar 1943.  She married on 10 Oct 1871 in Springfield, KY George H. Blacketer, born 24 May 1847 in KY; died 22 May 1925 in Willisburg, Washington Co., KY, son of Vincent Lockman Blacketer and Lucinda Stewart.

      187     iv         Cineca4 Terrell, born 1852/53 in Washington Co., KY.

      188     v          Mary C.4 Terrell, born 1854/55 in Washington Co., KY.

      189     vi         Edward D.4 Terrell, born 1855/56 in Washington Co., KY.

      190     vii        William4 Terrell, born 1856/57 in Washington Co., KY.

      191     viii       Elijah T.4 Terrell, born 1857/58 in Washington Co., KY.

      192     ix         Paskel Lincoln4 Terrell, born 18 May 1861 in Washington Co., KY; died 6 Oct 1941 in Washington Co., KY.  He married on 12 Mar 1882 Sarah Shields, born 3 Sep 1864 in Washington Co., KY; died 19 Sep 1943.

 

 

46. Sarah A.3 Colvin (Martha Jane (Patsy)2 Turner, Stephen1), born 21 Feb 1822 in KY; died 1898.  She married on 9 Dec 1842 in Mercer Co., KY George W. Kays, born 1822/23 in KY.

 

Notes for George W. Kays

      In 1850 the family lived in Washington Co., KY. In 1880 George farmed in Washington Co., KY (page 398) with his wife Sarah A. and the family of his daughter Rebecca Prater.

 

      Children of Sarah A. Colvin and George W. Kays were as follows:

+    193     i           Rebecca4 Kays, born 1842/43 in KY.  She married Bazel D. Prater.

      194     ii          Martha A.4 Kays, born 1844/45 in KY.

      195     iii         William4 Kays, born 1845/46 in KY.

      196     iv         Elijah4 Kays, born 1846/47 in KY.

      197     v          John4 Kays, born 1847/48 in KY.

      198     vi         Elizabeth4 Kays, born 1849/50 in KY.

 

 

47. Edward3 Colvin (Martha Jane (Patsy)2 Turner, Stephen1), born 1823/24 in KY; died 24 May 1864 in Cass Station, Ga.  He married Margrette Campbell, born 1 Mar 1842 in Lincoln Co., KY; died 29 Nov 1916 in Georgetown, Il; buried in Georgetown Cemetery, Georgetown, Il, daughter of James Campbell and Araminta Switzer.

 

Notes for Edward Colvin

      Edward served in the Kentucky Volunteer Calvary in the Civil War.

 

Notes for Margrette Campbell

      MARRIAGE:

     

      They were divorced in 1902.

 

      Children of Edward Colvin and Margrette Campbell were as follows:

      199     i           Cyrus4 Colvin, born 9 Jul 1859 in Lincoln Co., KY.   Notes: In 1880 Cyrus lived with Frank Dalan's family in Paris, Edgar Co., IL (page 143).

      200     ii          Miranda Burton4 Colvin, born 22 Feb 1863 in Mercer Co., KY.

 

 

48. Daniel3 Colvin (Martha Jane (Patsy)2 Turner, Stephen1), born 1826/27 in KY.  He married Elizabeth (---), born 1829/30 in KY.

 

Notes for Daniel Colvin

      Not with parents in 1850 census.

 

      Children of Daniel Colvin and Elizabeth (---) were as follows:

+    201     i           William A.4 Colvin, born Nov 1849 in In.  He married Lucy R. Harris.

 

 

49. Seneca3 Colvin (Martha Jane (Patsy)2 Turner, Stephen1), born 1826/27 in KY.  He married on 14 Jun 1859 in Lincoln Co., KY Reauhea House, daughter of Thomas House Sr. and Lucy Blackerby.

 

Notes for Seneca Colvin

      Name in 1850 census looks like Lancha.

 

      Children of Seneca Colvin and Reauhea House were as follows:

      202     i           Alice4 Colvin, born 7 Aug 1861.

      203     ii          John William4 Colvin, born 20 Feb 1865.

      204     iii         Martha Ann4 Colvin, born 15 Nov 1867.

      205     iv         Lucy4 Colvin, born 10 Feb 1870.

 

 

54. Eveline3 Colvin (Martha Jane (Patsy)2 Turner, Stephen1), born 1841/42 in KY.  She married on 5 Aug 1860 in Washington Co., KY Marcus Martin, born 1836/37 in KY.

 

Notes for Marcus Martin

      In 1870 Marcus farmed in North, Washington Co., KY with wife Eveline, 5 children, and a servant. In 1880 he farmed in Washington Co., KY with Evaline and 10 children.

 

      Children of Eveline Colvin and Marcus Martin were as follows:

      206     i           Findley4 Martin, born 1860/61 in Washington Co., KY.

      207     ii          Elijah Lafayette4 Martin, born 1863/64 in Washington Co., KY.

      208     iii         Eliza A. (Liza)4 Martin, born 1865/66 in Washington Co., KY.

      209     iv         Martha S.4 Martin, born 1867/68 in Washington Co., KY.

      210     v          Mary Catherine4 Martin, born 12 Sep 1869 in Washington Co., KY; died 28 Jan 1947 in Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; buried 1 Feb 1947 in Forest Hill Cemetery, Piqua, OH.  She married on 25 Feb 1885 in Washington Co., KY Ulysses Grant Bryant, born 1 May 1864 in Washington Co., KY; died 12 Oct 1937 in Miami Co., OH; buried 15 Oct 1937 in Forest Hill Cemetery, Piqua, OH, son of Thomas Bryant and Miriam McMichael.   Notes: Mary and Ulysses had 10 children.

      211     vi         Georgia A.4 Martin, born 1871/72 in Washington Co., KY.

      212     vii        Malinda B.4 Martin, born 1872/73 in Washington Co., KY.

      213     viii       Bettie B.4 Martin, born 1874/75 in Washington Co., KY.

      214     ix         Maggie4 Martin, born 1876/77 in Washington Co., KY.

      215     x          John4 Martin, born Sep 1879 in Washington Co., KY.

 

 

56. Susan3 Turner (Paschal2, Stephen1), born 28 Sep 1832 in Washington Co., IN; died 24 Jan 1877 in IN.  She married on 27 Aug 1854 in Washington Co., IN Aaron Hiestand Martin, born 8 Nov 1831 in Pierce Twp. Washington Co., IN; died 5 Nov 1912 in Washington Co., IN; buried in Mt. Washington Cemetery, Washington Co., IN, son of Stephen Martin and Nancy Hiestand.

 

Notes for Susan Turner

      Birth also reported 28 Sept 1833.

 

Notes for Aaron Hiestand Martin

      In 1860 Aaron farmed in Wood Township, Clark Co., IN (page 2) with his wife Susan and children Emeline, Albert, and A.E. In 1870 he farmed in Pierce Township (Pekin PO), Washington Co., IN (pge 121) with his wife Susan and 7 children. In 1880 Aaron farmed in Pierce, Washington Co., IN (page 478) with his second wife Rebecca J. and 7 children. In 1900 he was a farm laborer living in Jackson Township, Washington Co., IN (page 72) with his wife Annie and daughter Eunice B.

     

      Notes from "Peter Martin 1741-1807," by Marjoria Ann Martin Souder:

Page #48 & 49
AARON HIESTAND MARTIN b. 8 NOV 1831 [died 5 NOV 1912-ej] Pierce Twp. Washington Co., IN was the son of STEPHEN MARTIN and NANCY HIESTAND who were married 5 NOV 1829 in Washington Co. Stephen and Nancy were the parents of ten children. Stephen Martin came to Indiana with his parents [Lewis and Mary "Polly" Wright-ej] when he was eight years old. He and Nancy first lived on part of the Lewis Martin farm on Bearcreek. Then they moved to Martingsburg where Jonas, Malinda and Harriett were born. After that they moved to a farm south of Martingsburg and Manoah, Samuel and Sarah Ann were born there. In 1845, they purchased the farm west of Nancy's parents living there the rest of their lives. Their youngest son, Henry, was born here. Nancy was the granddaughter of Jacob Hiestand a Revolutionary soldier from VA.

Pgs. 52 & 53
AARON HIESTAND MARTIN bought land in Section 26 of Washington County adjoining the Mount Washington Cemetery [where he is buried. Today there are six generations of descendents of his
living within 1/2 mile of the land that Aaron settled on-ej]. In the summer of 1941, Stephen Turner Martin [Aaron's son-ej] from Peoria, IL visited here and pointed out the site of Aaron's log cabin. He also told about the time that Aaron was making vinegar. Aaron's three oldest boys-Albert, Manson Edgar and Stephen himself, kept a watchful eye on the proceedings and just at the right time they added flax seed to it to stop the fermentation. The right time for them was the hard cider stage and of course, they drank the cider. After the death of his first wife [Susan Turner m. 27 AUG 1854-ej] Aaron married Mary E. Rodman [20 AUG 1878-ej]. Due to the excitement of the charivari, she became violently insane and died soon after. Aaron was married two more times [Rebecca McKown Rusk--m. 1 JAN 1880 & Ann E. Wilson-- m. 14 JUN 1887-ej] and had a total of 13 children. He was one of the Elders when the old Pekin Church of Christ was organized in 1860.

(Quote from the author-Marjoria Ann Martin Souder) "Uncle Aaron was a handsome old man. He had such pretty wavy snowwhite hair. He was always tinkering with something --cobbling shoes, oiling leather with groundhog grease or skunk oil, working in his excellent garden or doing odd jobs. Mother and I laughed until we cried one day when Uncle Aaron, leading our old white horses John and Mollie, slipped and fell down on the slick and sleety road. He wasn't hurt and the way he yelled, "Whoa-ho-ho" at those horses in his quavering voice was too funny for anything that we would have laughed even he was hurt. Uncle Aaron dropped dead early one morning in the blessed fashion of the older Martins".

ej comments by Evelyn Jackson

 

      Children of Susan Turner and Aaron Hiestand Martin were as follows:

      216     i           Mary Emeline4 Martin, born 20 Jul 1855 in IN.

      217     ii          Albert Aaron4 Martin, born 1 Mar 1858 in IN.

      218     iii         Manson Edgar4 Martin, born 20 Dec 1859 in IN.

      219     iv         Alice C.4 Martin, born 3 Feb 1862 in IN.

      220     v          Stephen Turner4 Martin, born 3 Oct 1864 in IN.

      221     vi         Frances M.4 Martin, born 9 May 1866 in IN.

      222     vii        Stella4 Martin, born 25 May 1868 in IN.

      223     viii       Alva Clarence4 Martin, born 29 Mar 1871 in IN.

      224     ix         Eunice B.4 Martin, born 28 May 1873 in IN.

      225     x          Infant4 Martin, born 13 Feb 1875 in IN; died 7 Mar 1875 in IN.

      226     xi         Infant4 Martin, born 28 Jun 1876 in IN; died 28 Jun 1876 in IN.

 

 

58. Martha A.3 Turner (Paschal2, Stephen1), born 1836/37 in Martinsburg, Washington Co., IN.  She married (1) on 26 Nov 1861 in Washington Co., IN Abner Overton; (2) on 19 Dec 1872 in Washington Co., IN James Botts.

 

Notes for Martha A. Turner

      In 1880 Martha was married and keeping house in Economy, Washington Co., IN (page 379) with her son Clarance Botts (7 IN) and son Oscar Garrison (1 IN).

 

      Children of Martha A. Turner and James Botts were as follows:

      227     i           Clarence4 Botts, born 1873 in IN.

 

 

62. Nancy3 Turner (Edmund David2, Stephen1), born 1829/30 in Washington Co., IN.  She married on 9 Sep 1858 in Washington Co., IN Jacob Bixler, born 1828/29 in IN; died 16 Apr 1899 in North Bend, NE, son of Christian Bixler and Elizabeth Heistand.

 

Notes for Jacob Bixler

      In 1880 Jacob farmed in Pierce, Washington Co., IN (page 478) with his wife Nancy and 5 children.

 

      Children of Nancy Turner and Jacob Bixler were as follows:

+    228     i           John J.4 Bixler, born 1860/61 in In.  He married Maria Jane Johnson.

+    229     ii          William Grant4 Bixler, born Feb 1864 in Washington Co., IN; died in NE.  He married (1) Marcia Ella Phillips; (2) Agnes Forrest.

      230     iii         Emma J.4 Bixler, born 1865/66 in IN.

      231     iv         Anna Eveline4 Bixler, born 1868/69 in IN.

+    232     v          Lymon Turner4 Bixler, born 31 Jul 1871 in IN; died 8 Dec 1952 in Tulare, Tulare Co., CA.  He married Ellen Bignel.

 

 

63. Elias N.3 Turner (Edmund David2, Stephen1), born 30 Jan 1832 in Washington Co., IN; died 24 Jun 1893 in Washington Co., IN; buried in Mt. Washington Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN.  He married on 16 Oct 1856 in Washington Co., IN Jane Strain, born 13 Jan 1835 in IN; died 23 Sep 1918 in Washington Co., IN; buried in Mt. Washington Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN, daughter of Robert Strain and Louisa Burt.

 

Notes for Elias N. Turner

      In 1880 Elias farmed in Pierce, Washington Co., IN (page 477) with his wife Jane, 4 children, and Louisa Sonder (5 IN) and Charley Strom (12 IN).

 

      Children of Elias N. Turner and Jane Strain were as follows:

      233     i           Boy4 Turner, born 30 Jan 1860 in Washington Co., IN; died 30 Jan 1860 in Washington Co., IN; buried in Mt. Washington Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN.

      234     ii          Harvey F.4 Turner, born 1860/61 in In.

      235     iii         Clara B.4 Turner, born 1862/63 in In.  She married on 12 Feb 1882 in Washington Co., IN Charles Rush.

      236     iv         John T.4 Turner, born 1866/67 in In.

      237     v          Louisa4 Turner, born 1874/75 in In.

 

 

65. N. Ellen3 Turner (Edmund David2, Stephen1), born 6 Jun 1836 in Pekin, Washington Co., IN; died 3 Jan 1875 in Washington Co., IN; buried in Mt. Washington Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN.  She married on 16 Mar 1854 in Washington Co., IN Joab S. Souder, son of Benjamin Souder and Rachel Stanley.

 

Notes for Joab S. Souder

      March 13, 1854 - Edmund D. Turner gave his affidavit that...Joab Souder...has no parents or guardian.

 

      Children of N. Ellen Turner and Joab S. Souder were as follows:

      238     i           Joan4 Souder.

 

 

66. Enos3 Turner (Edmund David2, Stephen1), born 24 Mar 1838 in Washington Co., IN; died 12 Jan 1905 in Washington Co., IN; buried in Mt. Washington Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN.  He married on 25 Dec 1860 in Washington Co., in Julia Ann Lofton, born 1 Mar 1838 in IN; died 8 Mar 1928 in Washington Co., IN; buried in Mt. Washington Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN, daughter of Saunders Lofton and Elizabeth Lee.

 

Notes for Enos Turner

      Enos managed through his energy to succeed in securing a good practical education, enough to enable him to teach in the common schools of his county. He taught nine terms. He remained home with his parents until he attained his majority, when he engaged in teaching. He was a member of the Christian Church, and contributed a portion of his time and talents to the preaching of the gospel. In politics he was a Republican, and by occupation a minister and farmer. In his business he was decidedly successful. There was in his family an adopted child, Margaret C. Glover.

In 1880 Enos farmed in Jackson, Washington Co., IN (page 432) with his wife Julia A. and 3 sons. In 1900 he farmed in Jackson (page 71) with his wife Julia A., son Walter P., daughter-in-law Lilly A., and grand-daughters Edna M. and Gladys F.; his son Arthur lived next door.

 

      Children of Enos Turner and Julia Ann Lofton were as follows:

      239     i           Charlie A.4 Turner, born Jan 1862 in IN.  He married on 9 Mar 1887 in Washington Co., IN Miranda M. Graves, born Aug 1863 in IN.   Notes: In 1900 Charles farmed in Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN (page 117) with his wife Miranda M. and step-daughter Pansy Harvey (July 1892 IN).

+    240     ii          Walter Preston4 Turner, born 22 Nov 1872 in IN; died 5 Mar 1962 in Washington Co., IN; buried in Mt. Washington Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN.  He married Lillie A. Sullivan.

+    241     iii         Arthur Clinton4 Turner, born 26 Jul 1877 in IN; died 29 Mar 1945 in Washington Co., IN; buried in Big Springs Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN.  He married Hannah R. Bishop.

 

 

67. Eveline M.3 Turner (Edmund David2, Stephen1), born 4 Jul 1840 in Washington Co., IN; died 27 Mar 1924 in Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN; buried in Mt. Washington Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN.  She married on 19 Oct 1858 in Washington Co., IN Dandridge O. Smith, born 11 Jan 1831 in IN; died aft 1880 in Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN; buried in Mt. Washington Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN, son of Richard Smith and Thursa Martin.

 

Notes for Eveline M. Turner

      In 1900 Eveline was a widow and farmed in Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN (page 110) with sons Edward D., Charles C., and Ora E.

 

Notes for Dandridge O. Smith

      Dandridge's father was from England and mother from KY.

In 1880 Dandridge farmed in Pierce, Washington Co., IN (page 477) with his wife Evaline M., 6 children, and his mother Thursa Smith.

 

      Children of Eveline M. Turner and Dandridge O. Smith were as follows:

      242     i           Mary C.4 Smith, born 1860/61 in In.

      243     ii          James C.4 Smith, born 12 May 1862 in IN; died 12 Apr 1914 in Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN; buried in Mt. Washington Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN.

      244     iii         Susannah T.4 Smith, born 26 Sep 1865 in IN; died 23 Jul 1941 in Washington Co., IN; buried in Mt. Washington Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN.

      245     iv         Edmond Dudley4 Smith, born 16 Nov 1868 in IN; died 8 Dec 1949 in Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN; buried in Mt. Washington Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN.

      246     v          Malitta M.4 Smith, born 1872 in IN; died 1941 in Washington Co., IN; buried in Mt. Washington Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN.

      247     vi         Charles A.4 Smith, born 12 Aug 1874 in IN; died 4 Aug 1950 in Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN; buried in Mt. Washington Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN.

      248     vii        Ora E.4 Smith, born 20 Nov 1880 in IN; died 11 Jun 1955.

 

 

68. Edmund3 Turner (Edmund David2, Stephen1), born 20 Jul 1842 in Washington Co., IN; died 24 Oct 1922 in Washington Co., IN.  He married on 7 Jan 1863 in Washington Co., IN Elizabeth Baker, born 17 Dec 1842 in IN; died 24 Dec 1922 in Washington Co., IN; buried in Mt. Washington Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN, daughter of James Baker and Elizabeth Peyton.

 

Notes for Edmund Turner

      In 1880 Edmund farmed in Pierce, Washington Co., IN (page 476) with his wife Elizabeth and 4 children.

 

Notes for Elizabeth Baker

      Elizabeth's father was from SC and mother from IN.

 

      Children of Edmund Turner and Elizabeth Baker were as follows:

      249     i           Lella4 Turner, born 1865/66 in IN.  She married on 8 Aug 1906 in Washington Co., IN Luke Bressie.

      250     ii          Minnie M.4 Turner, born 21 Mar 1867 in IN; died 22 Oct 1955 in IN; buried in Mt. Washington Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN.

      251     iii         Claudius M.4 Turner, born 1873/74 in In.

      252     iv         Bertha May4 Turner, born 22 Jun 1879 in IN; died 9 Dec 1909 in Washington Co., IN; buried in Mt. Washington Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN.

 

 

69. Susannah3 Turner (Edmund David2, Stephen1), born 18 Jun 1844 in Washington Co., IN; died 26 Oct 1886 in Washington Co., IN.  She married on 24 Jan 1867 in Washington Co., IN Peter Malry Martin, born 23 Aug 1842 in Washington Co., IN; died 1 Mar 1916 in Washington Co., IN; buried in Mt. Washington Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN, son of Aaron Martin and Mary Alvis.

 

Notes for Peter Malry Martin

      Military Service: Civil War - 77th Reg. Co. D, 4th Indiana Cavalry.

In 1880 Peter farmed in Pierce, Washington Co., IN (page 480) with his wife Susannah and 6 children.

 

      Children of Susannah Turner and Peter Malry Martin were as follows:

      253     i           Olivia A.4 Martin, born 28 Jan 1868 in IN; died 11 Dec 1893 in Washington Co., IN; buried in Mt. Washington Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN.

      254     ii          Volney E.4 Martin, born 31 Jul 1869 in IN; died 23 Dec 1912 in Washington Co., IN; buried in Mt. Washington Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN.

      255     iii         Myrtle Maude4 Martin, born 1 Apr 1871 in Washington Co., IN; died 4 Nov 1931 in Salem, Washington Co., IN; buried in Crown Hill, Washington Co., IN.

      256     iv         William4 Martin, born 1873/74 in IN.

      257     v          Luella4 Martin, born 12 Dec 1876; died 23 Mar 1900 in Washington Co., IN; buried in Mt. Washington Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN.

      258     vi         Byron E.4 Martin, born 25 Apr 1879 in IN; died 7 Mar 1910 in Washington Co., IN; buried in Mt. Washington Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN.

      259     vii        Mary Amelia4 Martin, born 17 Sep 1885 in IN; died 25 May 1887 in Washington Co., IN; buried in Mt. Washington Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN.

 

 

70. Jane3 Turner (Edmund David2, Stephen1), born 6 Mar 1847 in Martinsburg, Washington Co., IN; died 3 Nov 1902 in Pekin, Washington Co., IN; buried in Mt. Washington Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN.  She married on 7 Mar 1872 in Washington Co., IN John Nelson Ratts, born 14 Sep 1851 in Pekin, Washington Co., IN; died 14 Aug 1928 in Pekin, Washington Co., IN; buried in Mt. Washington Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN, son of Thomas Ratts and Sarah Jane Johnson.

 

Notes for Jane Turner

      1900 census reports born March 1848.

 

Notes for John Nelson Ratts

      In 1880 John farmed in Jackson Township, Washington Co., IN (page 428) with his wife Jane and 5 children. In 1900 he farmed in Jackson township (page 72) with his wife Jane and 5 children.

 

      Children of Jane Turner and John Nelson Ratts were as follows:

      260     i           Oscar4 Ratts, born 1 Feb 1873 in Martinsburg, Washington Co., IN; died 18 Apr 1933.

      261     ii          Elvira R. Vida4 Ratts, born 20 Jul 1874 in Martinsburg, Washington Co., IN; died 11 Oct 1951 in Martinsburg, Washington Co., IN.   Notes: Educated at Dutch Creek school and Borden College. Became a member of Martinsburg Church of Christ under preaching of Brother John S. Denny. Very industrious until illness made her helpless. Her sister Sallie cared for her many years.

      262     iii         Sally J.4 Ratts, born 1 Apr 1876 in Martinsburg, Washington Co., IN; died 25 Feb 1962.

      263     iv         Thomas Albert4 Ratts, born 30 Nov 1877 in Martinsburg, Washington Co., IN; died 17 Mar 1925 in Salem, Washington Co., IN.

      264     v          Edmund4 Ratts, born 12 Nov 1879 in Harristown, Washington Co., IN; died 13 Mar 1947.

      265     vi         John N.4 Ratts, born 19 Sep 1881 in Harristown, Washington Co., IN; died 10 Jul 1957 in Harristown, Washington Co., IN.

 

 

71. Harvey Franklin3 Turner (Edmund David2, Stephen1), born 13 Sep 1849 in Martinsburg, Washington Co., IN; died 18 May 1920.  He married on 20 Oct 1870 in Washington Co., IN Elizabeth Ann Segler, born 3 Aug 1853 in IN.

 

Notes for Harvey Franklin Turner

      In 1880 Harvey farmed in Jackson, Washington Co., IN (page 428) with his wife Elizabeth H. and 5 children. In 1900 he farmed in Oakley, Logan Co., KS (page 196) with his wife Elizabeth A., children Clayborn C., Alonzo F., Chester M., and Estrig W.(?), adopted daughter Oliva M. Comstock, and grand-daughter Anita Turner (no age, KS); he reported having 8 children with 7 living.

 

      Children of Harvey Franklin Turner and Elizabeth Ann Segler were as follows:

      266     i           Ina V.4 Turner, born 1871/72 in In.

      267     ii          Corday A.4 Turner, born 1872/73 in IN.

      268     iii         Otto R.4 Turner, born 1874/75 in In.

      269     iv         Clayborn C.4 Turner, born Oct 1876 in IN.

      270     v          Alonzo F.4 Turner, born Dec 1878 in IN.

      271     vi         Chester M.4 Turner, born Feb 1881 in IN.

      272     vii        Estrig W.4 Turner, born Feb 1889 in KS.

      273     viii       Olivia M.4 Comstock, born Dec 1891 in KS.

 

Generation 4

 

73. Thomas J.4 Stutsman (Susan3 Turner, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born Oct 1838 in IL; died aft 1900 in ID.  He married on 21 Sep 1859 in Moultrie Co., IL Eliza Ann Crouch, born 1843/44 in IL; died bef 1900.

 

Notes for Thomas J. Stutsman

      In 1860 Thomas J. Stutesman farmed in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL (page 76) with his wife Eliza A., daughter Ada D., and father David; the value of his land was $2,000.00 and personal propery $1,000.00. In 1900 Thomas was a widower farming in Council Precinct, Washington Co., ID (page 143) with his son Sherman and daughter-in-law Lola.

 

      Children of Thomas J. Stutsman and Eliza Ann Crouch were as follows:

+    274     i           Ada Jane5 Stutsman, born May 1860 in Moultrie Co., IL.  She married Mr. Shearer.

      275     ii          Charles W.5 Stutsman, born 7 Mar 1864 in Moultrie Co., IL; died 17 Jan 1865 in Moultrie Co., IL; buried in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., IL.

      276     iii         Henry5 Stutsman, born abt 1867; died Completed in CO.

+    277     iv         Mineva5 Stutsman, born Jan 1870 in NE; died abt 1946 in Portland, Multinomah Co., OR.  She married James M. Ross.

      278     v          Jacob5 Stutsman, born Oct 1872 in NE; died in Yakima, WA.   Notes: In 1900 Jacob was unmarried and an ore sorter in Bear Precinct, Washington Co., ID (page 146).

+    279     vi         Sherman5 Stutsman, born 5 Apr 1877 in Wichita, KS; died 18 Apr 1942 in Star Route Naches, Yakima Co., WA; buried 21 Apr 1942 in Tahoma Cemetery, Yakima Co., WA.  He married (1) Lola (---); (2) Grace E. Smith.

 

 

75. Elizabeth Jane4 Stutsman (Susan3 Turner, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 3 Dec 1842 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 3 Aug 1923 in Decatur, Macon Co., IL; buried 6 Aug 1923 in Greenwood Cemetery, Decatur, Macon Co., IL.  She married on 10 Apr 1862 in Moultrie Co., IL Samuel T. Foster, born 7 Dec 1841 in Ross Co., OH; died May 1907 in Decatur, Macon Co., IL; buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Decatur, Macon Co., IL, son of James Foster and Elizabeth E. Reeves.

 

Notes for Samuel T. Foster

      In 1880 Samuel farmed in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL with wife Elizabeth and children Oda, James, Rose, Clarence, and Edith. In 1900 he was a grocer in Decatur, Macon Co., IL with Elizabeth and daughters Rosa (telegraph operator), Edith (school teacher), Alma, and Freda.

     

      DECATUR REVIEW 5/3/1907

     SAMUEL T. FOSTER, AN OLD EMPLOYE OF THE H. MUELLER MANUFACTURING COMPANY, DIED AT 2:30 OCLOCK FRIDAY MORNING AT THE FAMILY RESIDENCE, 1321 W. FOREST AVE. HIS DEATH IS SUPPOSED TO HAVE BEEN DUE TO APOPLEXY. HE WAS TAKEN SUDDENLY ILL WHILE AT WORK AT THE FACTORY THURSDAY AFTERNOON AND BECAME UNCONSCIOUS. HE WAS TAKEN TO HIS HOME AND MEDICAL ATTENTION SUMMONED, BUT HE DIED WITHOUT REGAINING CONSCIOUSNESS.

     SAMUEL T. FOSTER WAS BORN IN ROSS COUNTY,OHIO, DEC 7 1841. HE CAME TO ILLINOIS WITH HIS PARENTS IN THE FALL OF 1845 AND LOCATED IN MOULTRIE COUNTY NEAR LOVINGTON. HE MARRIED MISS ELIZABETH STUTESMAN, APRIL 10, 1862. TEN CHILDREN WERE BORN TO THEM. THE WIFE AND SEVEN OF THE CHILDREN SURVIVE. THEY ARE MRS. F. G. RICHTER OF URBANA, ILL, J. H. FOSTER OF CHANDLER, OKLA, ROSE, CLARENCE, EDITH, ALMA, AND FREDA, ALL OF DECATUR. HE IS ALSO SURVIVED BY ONE BROTHER A. J. FOSTER, CHANDLER,OKLA, AND THREE SISTERS, MRS. ROSANAH WRIGHTMAN OF LOVINGTON, MRS. JOSEPH DAWSON OF DECATUR AND MRS. MARGARET PRINGLE OF ELMDALE, KAN.

     MR. FOSTER MOVED TO DECATUR IN THE FALL OF 1886 AND HAS SINCE MADE HIS HOME IN THIS CITY. HE SERVED AS SHERIFF OF MOULTRIE COUNTY AND FOR ONE TERM AND HAS HELD ALL THE OFFICES IN THE I. O. O. F. LODGE AT LOVINGTON. HE WAS PROMINENT AMONG THE ODD FELLOWS OF DECATUR AND WAS HELD IN HIGH ESTEEM BY ALL WHO KNEW HIM.

     THE FUNERAL WILL PROBABLY BE HELD SUNDAY AFTERNOON.

 

      Children of Elizabeth Jane Stutsman and Samuel T. Foster were as follows:

      280     i           J. H. L.5 Foster, born 26 Jan 1864 in Moultrie Co., IL; died 12 Sep 1865 in Moultrie Co., IL.

      281     ii          Infant5 Foster, born 12 Jan 1865 in Moultrie Co., IL; died 12 Jan 1865 in Moultrie Co., IL.

      282     iii         Willis T.5 Foster, born 7 Aug 1867 in Moultrie Co., IL; died 9 Oct 1873 in Moultrie Co., IL.

      283     iv         Oda D.5 Foster, born 1869/70 in Moultrie Co., IL.

      284     v          James B.5 Foster, born 1872/73 in Moultrie Co., IL.

      285     vi         Rosa B.5 Foster, born Jul 1875 in Moultrie Co., IL.

+    286     vii        Clarence O.5 Foster, born 3 Dec 1877 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 28 Mar 1942 in Decatur, Macon Co., IL; buried 31 Mar 1942 in Fairlawn Cemetery, Decatur, Macon Co., IL.  He married Mamie E. Bachman.

      287     viii       Edith5 Foster, born Feb 1880 in Moultrie Co., IL.

      288     ix         Alma E.5 Foster, born Dec 1881 in IL; died 1961 in Macon Co., IL; buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Decatur, Macon Co., IL.

      289     x          Freda Jewell5 Foster, born Jun 1884 in IL; died 1 May 1921 in Decatur, Macon Co., IL.

 

 

76. James Henry4 Stutsman (Susan3 Turner, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 25 Dec 1846 in IL; died 1926 in Coffey Co., KS; buried in Bailey Cemetery, Coffey Co., KS.  He married on 3 Sep 1870 in NE Julia Ann Harris, born 1 Mar 1852 in Appenoose Co., IA; died 1924 in Burlington, Coffey Co., KS; buried in Bailey Cemetery, Coffey Co., KS, daughter of Josiah Milton Harris and Sarah J. Tipton.

 

Notes for James Henry Stutsman

      James did not know his birthdate so he used Christmas day. He reported his father born in PA and mother unknown.

     

      In 1860 James lived with Samuel and Mary Goodman in Moultrie Co., IL. In 1880 James (age 33 from IL) farmed in Ohio Township, Richardson Co., NE (page 403) with his wife Julia A. (28 IA) and children George H. (8 NE), Susan (5 NE), Joseph C. (2 NE). The family moved to KS in about 1885. In 1900 James H. Stutesman farmed in Pleasant Township, Coffey Co., KS (page 139) with his wife Julia A. and children Jospeh C., Jasper B., and Alice M.; he reported being married 29 years with 5 children, all living.

     

      There were a lot of good musicians in the family and they would have barn dances.  They played the fiddle, banjo, guitar and just about everything they had in a country band. James became mostly deaf in his later years.

 

Notes for Julia Ann Harris

      Julia reported her parents born in KY.

 

      Children of James Henry Stutsman and Julia Ann Harris were as follows:

+    290     i           George Henry5 Stutsman, born 22 Jun 1872 in NE; died 11 Nov 1941 in Coffey Co., KS; buried in Bailey Cemetery, Coffey Co., KS.  He married Florence Thurman.

+    291     ii          Sarah Jane (Susan, Jenny, Jennie)5 Stutsman, born 11 Jul 1875 in NE; died 9 Apr 1956 in Emporia, Lyon Co., KS; buried in Maplewood Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Emporia, Lyon Co., KS.  She married Oren S. Reynolds.

      292     iii         Joseph Clarence5 Stutsman, born 1 Jun 1878 in NE; died 11 Aug 1930 in Coffey Co., KS; buried in Bailey Cemetery, Coffey Co., KS.   Notes: Reported to have been married to Ruth Killough.

+    293     iv         Jasper Burton5 Stutsman, born 24 May 1882 in Franklin Co., NE; died 7 Feb 1933 in New Strawn, Coffey Co., KS; buried in Bailey Cemetery, Coffey Co., KS.  He married Nettie Maude Quinn.

      294     v          Alice May5 Stutsman, born 30 May 1888 in Marion Co., KS; died 2 Mar 1960 in Coffey Co., KS; buried in Bailey Cemetery, Coffey Co., KS.   Notes: Alice did not marry.

 

 

78. Agnes Isabella4 Turner (Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 12 Jul 1846 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 19 Oct 1870 in Moultrie Co., IL; buried in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., IL.  She married (1) on 15 Sep 1865 in Moultrie Co., IL Jacob Frederick Hook, born 15 Jun 1841 in OH; died 26 Oct 1867 in Civil War; buried in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., Il, son of Jacob Hook and Susannah Frederick; (2) on 24 Feb 1869 in Moultrie Co., IL William Thomas Underwood, born 1840/41 in IL, son of Harvey Underwood and Susannah (Susan) Fredericks.

 

Notes for Agnes Isabella Turner

      Agnes died 16 days after the birth of her last child.

 

Notes for Jacob Frederick Hook

      Birth also reported 11 June 1841.

In 1860 Jacob was a farmer living with Harvey Underwood in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL (page 77).

During the Civil War Jacob was a Private in Company A of the 126th Illinois Infantry. He died in service on 26 Oct 1867. He was buried in the Turner Cemtery with his age listed at 26 years, 4 months, and 11 days.

 

Notes for William Thomas Underwood

      Name also reported as Thomas.

 

      Children of Agnes Isabella Turner and Jacob Frederick Hook were as follows:

+    295     i           Stephen Commodore5 Hook, born 25 Aug 1866 in IL; died 3 Nov 1937 in Clay Co., AR.  He married (1) Luella Pearl Davis; (2) Elizabeth M. Charleville.

 

      Children of Agnes Isabella Turner and William Thomas Underwood were as follows:

+    296     i           Perry Elmer Decatur5 Underwood, born 3 Oct 1870 in Lovington, Moultre Co., IL; died 19 May 1944 in Thomas, Custer Co., OK.  He married (1) Gertrude Beatrice Allen; (2) Frances Lee (---).

 

 

79. Mary Anne Moulton4 Turner (Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 8 Oct 1848 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 28 Nov 1881 in Moultrie Co., IL; buried in Turner Cemetery, Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL.  She married on 17 Oct 1867 in Moultrie Co., IL Nathaniel Green Wren, born 10 Mar 1847 in Fayette Co., IL; died 28 Jun 1916 in Moultrie Co., IL; buried in Turner Cemetery, Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL, son of Washington Jones Wren and Sophia McAliley.

 

Notes for Nathaniel Green Wren

      In 1870 Nathan farmed in Lovington Township, Moultrie Co., IL with his wife Mary and son William; the value of his personal assets was $400.00. In 1900 Green was a day laborer in Lovington Township, Moultrie Co., IL (page 170) with his second wife Ella, their daughter Ella, and a grandson Other.

 

      Children of Mary Anne Moulton Turner and Nathaniel Green Wren were as follows:

+    297     i           William Thomas5 Wren, born 26 Sep 1868 in Moultre Co., IL; died 19 May 1929 in Holland, Shelby Co., IL.  He married (1) Juretta Catherine (Gretta) Osborne; (2) Margaret Elmira Temperance (Marguerite) Trigg.

      298     ii          Clarissa Annetta5 Wren, born 7 Apr 1871 in Il; died 14 Oct 1884.

      299     iii         Viola Etta5 Wren, born 28 Feb 1874 in Moultrie Co., IL; died 14 Nov 1876 in Moultrie Co., IL; buried in Turner Cemetery, Moultre Co., IL.

 

 

80. William Franklin (Frank)4 Turner (Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 1 Apr 1850 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 20 Nov 1910 in KS; buried in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., IL.  He married (1) on 27 Aug 1874 in Moultrie Co., IL Martha Jane Bailey, born Nov 1856 in IL; died 7 Oct 1878 in IL; buried in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., Il, daughter of William Bailey and Mary Matthews; (2) on 6 Nov 1879 in Sullivan, Moultrie Co., IL Hannah A. Ransford, born 16 Jul 1855 in Fairbanks, Sullivan Co., IN; died 6 Aug 1937 in Nehama Co., KS; buried in Oneida Cemetery, Oneida, Nemaha Co., KS, daughter of Alexander Ransford and Louisa (---).

 

Notes for William Franklin (Frank) Turner

      In 1880 William F. farmed in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL (page 397) with his wife Hanah A., son William C., stepsons Samuel McCune and William W. McCune, and John Munch a farmer age 32 from OH. In 1900 Frank lived in Lovington with Hannah  and children Otto, Guy, Edward, John, and Jessie. The census states they had 13 children with 8 living.

 

Notes for Hannah A. Ransford

      Both Hannah's parents were born in IN. Hannah was widowed by Jacob W. McCune.

 

      Children of William Franklin (Frank) Turner and Martha Jane Bailey were as follows:

      300     i           Mary Barbara5 Turner, born 13 Nov 1876 in Moultre Co., IL; died 3 Sep 1876 in Moultre Co., IL; buried in Turner Cemetery, Moultre Co., IL.   Notes: Problem with dates.

+    301     ii          William Calvin5 Turner, born 17 Nov 1877 in Moultre Co., IL; died 30 Jun 1914 in Hutchinson, Reno Co., KS; buried in Inman North Cemetery, Inman, McPherson Co, KS.  He married Bessie Ellen (Elizabeth) Smith.

 

      Children of William Franklin (Frank) Turner and Hannah A. Ransford were as follows:

+    302     i           Stephen Jabez5 Turner, born 5 Jul 1881 in Lovington, Moultre Co., IL; died 23 Jan 1922 in IL; buried 26 Jan 1922 in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., Il.  He married (1) Elizabeth Reedy; (2) Charlotta Pugh.

+    303     ii          Ottoman Earl5 Turner, born 20 Jul 1884 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 4 Aug 1981 in Mattoon, Coles Co., IL; buried in Dodge Grove Cemetery, Mattoon, Coles Co., IL.  He married (1) Laura May Smith; (2) Effie Brandy Gibson.

+    304     iii         Charles Guy5 Turner, born 8 Apr 1887 in Lovington, Moultre Co., IL; died 1 Jan 1964 in Douglas Co., KS; buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Baldwin City, Douglas Co., KS.  He married Maude Estella Patrick.

+    305     iv         Raymond Edward5 Turner, born 17 Apr 1889 in Lovington, Moultre Co., IL; died 3 Sep 1982 in Ottawa, Franklin Co., KS; buried in Mount Calvary Cemetery, Ottawa, Franklin Co., KS.  He married (1) Ada Schultee; (2) Agatha Eva (---).

+    306     v          John Addison5 Turner, born 12 Oct 1894 in Lovington, Moultre Co., IL; died 16 Jan 1974 in Nehama Co., KS; buried in Oneida Cemetery, Oneida, Nemaha Co., KS.  He married Eva Lora Satterlee.

+    307     vi         Jesse Hesten5 Turner, born 28 Feb 1896 in Lovington, Moultre Co., IL; died 21 Sep 1979 in Rensselaer, Jasper Co., IN; buried in Weston Cemetery, Rensselaer, Jasper Co., IN.  He married Opal Esther Myers.

 

 

81. Margaret Angeline4 Turner (Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 6 Sep 1851 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 10 Oct 1895 in Moultrie Co., IL; buried in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., IL.  She married on 25 Sep 1867 in Moultrie Co., IL Joseph Henry (Joe) Wood, born 4 Mar 1846 in Sullivan, Moultrie Co., IL; died 21 Jan 1932 in Moultrie Co., IL; buried in Turner Cemetery, Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL, son of Henry Wood and Nancy Ann Stark.

 

Notes for Joseph Henry (Joe) Wood

      Joseph served in Co. I, 7th Illinois Calvary during the Civil War.

     

      In 1900 Joseph farmed in Sullivan Township, Moultrie Co., IL (page 233) with his wife Rachel E., children Mary E., Clara E., and Samuel S., and Charley Powers.

 

      Children of Margaret Angeline Turner and Joseph Henry (Joe) Wood were as follows:

      308     i           Alice Rosetta5 Wood, born 22 Mar 1869 in Moultrie Co., IL; died 21 Nov 1874 in Moultrie Co., IL.

+    309     ii          Nicholas Buillion5 Wood, born 30 Jun 1871 in Moultrie Co., IL; died 26 Oct 1938; buried in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., IL.  He married (1) Ella Hanzy; (2) Ella May Smith; (3) Nettie Lowrey.

      310     iii         Stephen Henry5 Wood, born 12 Dec 1874 in Moultrie Co., IL; died 22 Nov 1876 in Moultrie Co., IL.

      311     iv         Margaret Gibbon5 Wood, born 20 Feb 1876 in Moultrie Co., IL; died 21 Nov 1895 in Moultrie Co., IL.

      312     v          Merilous Angeline5 Wood, born 20 Feb 1876 in Moultrie Co., IL; died 6 Nov 1879 in Moultrie Co., IL.

      313     vi         Joseph Henry5 Wood Jr., born 14 Jul 1878 in Moultrie Co., IL; died Mar 1967.  He married (1) on 21 Oct 1896 in Moultrie Co., IL Mary P. Selley; (2) on 27 Apr 1927 Stella Marie Smith.

+    314     vii        Barbara Anna5 Wood, born 11 Oct 1881 in Moultrie Co., IL; died 27 Nov 1909; buried in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., IL.  She married Marion Hollenbeck.

+    315     viii       Mary Elizabeth5 Wood, born 19 Aug 1885 in Moultrie Co., IL; died 1 Nov 1934.  She married Charles R. Powers.

      316     ix         Infant5 Wood, born 12 Jul 1887 in Moultrie Co., IL; died 12 Jul 1887 in Moultrie Co., IL.

+    317     x          Clara Etta5 Wood, born 1 Apr 1889 in Moultrie Co., IL; died 24 Jan 1959 in Springfield, Sangamon Co., IL.  She married Ernest T. Budberg.

+    318     xi         Samuel Scott5 Wood, born 15 Sep 1891 in Moultrie Co., IL; died 29 Dec 1979 in Decatur, Macon Co., IL.  He married Olive Messmore.

+    319     xii        Clarence Rex5 Wood, born 12 Dec 1893 in Moultrie Co., IL.  He married Mary Decker.

 

 

82. Eliza Catherine4 Turner (Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 4 Jan 1854 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 3 Feb 1944 in Walnut Hill, Marion Co., IL; buried in Seminary Cemetery, Vandalia, Fayette Co., IL.  She married on 16 Nov 1871 in Moultrie Co., IL Edward H. (Elihu) Bennett, born 1849 in IL; died 25 Oct 1922 in Fayette Co., IL; buried in Seminary Cemetery, Vandalia, Fayette Co., IL, son of James Bennett and Mary (---).

 

Notes for Eliza Catherine Turner

      In 1870 Katie Turner attended school and was a domestic servant for Samuel L. Woods, a farmer in Moultrie Co.; Eliza C. Turner is also recorded living with her parents.

 

Notes for Edward H. (Elihu) Bennett

      In 1880 Elihu Bennett farmed in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL (page 396) with his wife Eliza C. and children Birtha C., Clarra A., and James N.

 

      Children of Eliza Catherine Turner and Edward H. (Elihu) Bennett were as follows:

      320     i           Frankie Wesley5 Bennett, born 13 Aug 1872 in Moultrie Co., Il; died Infant in Moultrie Co., Il.

      321     ii          Charles Thomas Leonard5 Bennett, born 13 Mar 1874 in Moultrie Co., Il; died Infant in Moultrie Co., Il.

+    322     iii         Bertha Cecil5 Bennett, born 14 Jan 1876 in Moultrie Co., Il.  She married Fletcher Bradley.

+    323     iv         Clara Ola5 Bennett, born 26 Feb 1878 in Moultrie Co., Il.  She married Richard Lee.

+    324     v          Rev. James Norton5 Bennett, born 25 Mar 1880 in Moultrie Co., IL; died 1961 in IL; buried in Seminary Cemetery, Vandalia, Fayette Co., IL.  He married Josephine B. (Josie) Forbes.

+    325     vi         Ernest Harry5 Bennett, born 15 Jun 1882 in Moultrie Co., Il.  He married Minnie Ogg.

+    326     vii        Effie Barbara5 Bennett, born 22 Oct 1884 in Moultrie Co., Il; died 8 May 1970 in Manatee Co., FL; buried in Mansion Memorial Park & Funeral Home, Ellenton, Manatee Co., FL.  She married Louis E. Baughman.

 

 

83. John Stephen4 Turner (Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 8 Apr 1855 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 5 May 1929 in Crocker, Pulaski Co., MO; buried 7 May 1929 in Downing, Schuyler Co., MO.  He married (1) on 12 Oct 1876 in Moultrie Co., IL Hannah Etta (Addie) Bailey, born 16 Aug 1859 in IL; died 1 Jan 1881 in Moultrie Co., IL; buried in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., IL, daughter of William Bailey and M. (---); (2) on 28 Feb 1884 in Moultrie Co., IL Rachel Adaline Dixon, born 27 Jun 1864 in Sullivan, Moultrie Co., IL; died 22 Aug 1908 in Liberal, Seward Co., KS; buried 24 Aug 1908 in Liberal, Seward Co., KS, daughter of William Dixon and Mary (Mariah) White.

 

Notes for John Stephen Turner

      In 1880 John was a farmer in Lovington, Moultrie Co. (page 35) with his wife Hannah and children Henry and Perry. In 1900 John farmed in Lovington with Addie and children Wesley, George, Bertha, Stephen, Letha, and Freda. In 1920 he farmed alone in Tavern Township, Pulaski Co., MO (page 4).

 

      Children of John Stephen Turner and Hannah Etta (Addie) Bailey were as follows:

+    327     i           Elmer Henry5 Turner, born 8 Oct 1877 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 11 Dec 1924 in Alta Vista, Clay Co., KS; buried in Broughton Cemetery, Clay Center, Clay Co., KS.  He married Emily Catherine Strayer.

      328     ii          Perry Serilous5 Turner, born 25 Mar 1879 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL.

 

      Children of John Stephen Turner and Rachel Adaline Dixon were as follows:

      329     i           John Wesley5 Turner, born 27 Mar 1885 in Belvidere, Thayer Co., NE; died 10 Oct 1974 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., UT.  He married on 8 Nov 1914 Lula Irene Head, born in Crocker, Pulaski Co., MO; died 1915 in OK.   Notes: John was a school teacher. In 1920 he was an inmate in the Arizona State Prison, Florence, Pinal Co., AZ.

+    330     ii          George Anderson (Georgie)5 Turner, born 29 Oct 1887 in Belvidere, Thayer Co., NE; died 25 May 1963 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., UT; buried 29 May 1963 in Memorial Gardens of The Valley, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., UT.  He married Harriet Fern Hartle.

+    331     iii         Bertha Gertrude5 Turner, born 9 Feb 1891 in Belvidere, Thayer Co., NE; died 22 Nov 1980 in Denver, Denver Co., CO.  She married (1) Clyde William Hoshor; (2) Grover Cleveland Buckland.

+    332     iv         William Stephen5 Turner, born 22 May 1893 in Belvidere, Thayer Co., NE; died 19 Apr 1982 in East Wenatchee, Douglas Co., WA.  He married (1) Cora May Walters; (2) Lillie Belle Rowe.

      333     v          Freda May5 Turner, born 9 Jul 1898 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 22 Apr 1973 in Fresno, Fresno Co., CA.  She married in 1924 Delbert Fines Brown, born 12 Nov 1898 in OR; died 8 Aug 1979 in Fresno Co., CA, son of William N. Brown and Clara (---).

+    334     vi         Letha Fay5 Turner, born 9 Jul 1898 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 21 Dec 1976 in Vancouver, Clark Co., WA.  She married (1) Earl D. Lewis; (2) Lester C. Laughlin.

 

 

84. Nancy Jane4 Turner (Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 4 Feb 1857 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 23 Nov 1951 in Hammond, Piatt Co., IL; buried 26 Nov 1951 in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., IL.  She married on 15 Jun 1881 in Moultrie Co., IL Francis Madison (Felix, Mat) Crowder, born 8 Oct 1858 in IL; died 14 Dec 1903 in Hammond, Piatt Co., IL; buried in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., IL, son of James Madison Crowder and Emily Amanda Ashworth.

 

Notes for Francis Madison (Felix, Mat) Crowder

      In 1900 Mat Crowder was a harness maker in Hammond, Piatt Co., IL (page 158) with his wife and 6 children.

 

      Children of Nancy Jane Turner and Francis Madison (Felix, Mat) Crowder were as follows:

+    335     i           Nellie Pearl5 Crowder, born 25 Feb 1882 in Hammond, Piatt Co., Il; died 18 Jun 1934 in Urbana, Il; buried 20 Jun 1934 in Urbana, Il.  She married John Alexander Freeman.

+    336     ii          Rollo Earl5 Crowder, born 2 Jan 1884 in Hammond, Piatt Co., IL; died 6 Jan 1960.  He married Ola May Lusk.

      337     iii         James Spephen Troy5 Crowder, born 14 Jan 1886 in Hammond, Piatt Co., IL; died 12 Sep 1957 in Moultrie Co., IL; buried in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., Il.  He married (1) on 4 Sep 1915 Mabel Malrich; (2) Georgia Patience Malrech.

      338     iv         Allena (Lena) Barbara5 Crowder, born 11 Apr 1889 in Hammond, Piatt Co., IL; died 9 Jan 1980 in Sullivan, Moultrie Co., IL; buried in Hammond Cemetery, Hammond, Piatt Co., IL.  She married on 31 May 1910 in IL George Burton Gentry, born 21 Sep 1885 in IL; buried in Hammond Cemetery, Hammond, Piatt Co., Il.   Notes: Allena and George had no children.

+    339     v          Margaret (Maggie) Raye5 Crowder, born 14 Jul 1891 in Hammond, Piatt Co., IL; died 5 Oct 1979 in Sullivan, Moultrie Co., IL; buried in Hammond Cemetery, Hammond, Piatt Co., IL.  She married Walter Ferris Askins.

+    340     vi         Virgil Turner5 Crowder, born 25 Dec 1895 in Hammond, Piatt Co., IL; died 12 May 1974 in Decatur, Macon Co., IL; buried in Hammond Cemetery, Hammond, Piatt Co., IL.  He married (1) Vera May Walker; (2) Katherine Seiber.

 

 

85. George Henry4 Turner (Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 1 Jan 1859 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 11 Aug 1911 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; buried in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., IL.  He married on 11 Nov 1880 Eliza Ellen Burnett, born 3 Apr 1859 in Jennings Township, Owens Co., IN; died 15 Jan 1900 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; buried 16 Jan 1900 in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., IL, daughter of James Burnett and Catherine Tilley.

 

Notes for George Henry Turner

      In 1860 and 1880 George lived with his parents in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL. In 1900 George farmed in Lovington with his children Lillie, Jesse, James, Maybelle, and Catherine. His brothers Perry and Frank lived on each side of him. Rev. G. H. Turner named on the program for the 1899 comencement of Sullivan High School. In 1910 He lived in Lovington with his wife Eliza and daughters Maybelle and Catherine.

 

Notes for Eliza Ellen Burnett

      "Elisa E. Burnett was born in Cataract, Owen county, Indiana, April 3, 1859. Died at her home near Lanton Station, Moultrie Co., Ill., Jan. 15, 1900 of typhoid fever. She was married to Geo. H. Turner, Nov. 11, 1880. Six children have been born to them, three boys and three girls, all of whom with the sorrowing husband, survive to mourn the loss of a tender, loving mother and faithful wife.     

      Mrs. Turner became a Christian in her girlhood, giving her heart, and the allegiance of her life to Jesus Christ unreservedly.     

      Neighbors  and friends who knew her intimately speak in the highest terms of her beautiful and consistent Christian character, which found it's expression and demonstration, not in mere profession, but in a daily life of unselfish devotion to her home, her friends and her Heavenly Master. A marked tribute of the esteem in which she was held, was witnessed by the immense throng who attended the funeral services and followed her body to

the grave.     

      Her death was a very happy one, songs of salvation and praise were upon her lips during her illness, for like Enoch of old, she had the testimony before her departure that she pleased God.     

      Funeral services were conducted at the family residence, by Rev. W. F. Stevenson, at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning. Burial at the Turner cemetery."     

      Obituary - January 19, 1900 in the Lovington Reporter.

 

      Children of George Henry Turner and Eliza Ellen Burnett were as follows:

      341     i           Lillie Emeline5 Turner, born 21 Apr 1883 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 18 Nov 1943 in Dayton, Montgomery, Co., OH; buried in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., IL.   Notes: In 1940 Lilla E. Turner lived with the family of her sister Maybelle Velzy at 1407 Phillips Avenue, Dayton, Montgomery Co., OH. She did not marry.

+    342     ii          Jesse Aaron5 Turner, born 27 Apr 1885 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 18 Apr 1958 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., CA; buried in Inglewood Park Cemetery, Inglewood, Los Angeles Co., CA.  He married Goldie Ann Johnson.

+    343     iii         James Marion5 Turner, born 21 Jan 1887 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 22 Aug 1966 in Fairfield, Fairfield Co., CT; buried in McConnelsville, Morgan Co., OH.  He married Myrtle May Aschermann.

+    344     iv         Stephen Oral5 Turner, born 2 Mar 1889 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 16 May 1982 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; buried in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., IL.  He married Lora Bessie Funston.

      345     v          Maybelle Leone5 Turner, born 17 Sep 1892 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 26 Sep 1971 in Dayton, Montgomery Co., OH; buried in Woodland Cemetery and Arboretum, Dayton, Montgomery Co., OH.  She married on 31 Aug 1926 Carl W. Velzy, born 17 Dec 1895 in MI; died 1 Nov 1971 in Dayton, Montgomery Co., OH; buried in Woodland Cemetery and Arboretum, Dayton, Montgomery Co., OH, son of Bert Velzy and Carrie (---).

+    346     vi         Catherine Ruth5 Turner, born 30 Aug 1895 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 25 Aug 1956.  She married (1) William T. Smith Jr.; (2) John Dolan.

 

George Turner

(on right)

George Turner and Eliza Ellen Burnett and children

(back of photo - girls are Lily and Maybelle)

Children of George Turner

 

George Turner

 

 

 

86. Christina America4 Turner (Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 23 Oct 1860 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 24 Apr 1939 in Downing, Schuyler Co., MO; buried in Campground Cemetery, Scotland Co., MO.  She married (1) on 14 Nov 1879 in Moultrie Co., IL Charles Clark McCune, born 13 Sep 1856 in IL; died 17 Jul 1901 in Downing, Schuyler Co., MO; buried in Campground Cemetery, Scotland Co., MO; (2) on 12 Jan 1910 in Scotland Co., MO James Wallace Allen, born 5 May 1870 in MO; died 18 Oct 1940 in Memphis, Scotland Co., MO; buried in McGrady Cemetery, Scotland Co., MO, son of Streshley Allen and Eliza Virginia Buchanan.

 

Notes for Charles Clark McCune

      Both of Charles' parents were born in OH.

In 1880 C.C. McCune farmed in Sullivan, Moultrie Co., IL (page 443) with his wife Cristine and daughter-in-law Chat Turner (f.), age 17 from IL. In 1900 Charles farmed in Vest Township, Scotland Co., MO (page 259) with his wife Christine and 7 children.

 

      Children of Christina America Turner and Charles Clark McCune were as follows:

+    347     i           Stephen Garfield5 McCune, born 22 Sep 1880 in IL; died 1957 in MO; buried in Campground Cemetery, Scotland Co., MO.  He married Bessie E. Corwin.

+    348     ii          Vivia Myrtle5 McCune, born 8 Nov 1883 in Moultrie Co., IL; died 27 Feb 1910 in Scotland Co., MO; buried in Dover Cemetery, Memphis, Scotland Co., MO.  She married John William Priest.

+    349     iii         Oscar Dayton5 McCune, born 25 May 1886 in IL; died Oct 1983 in Schuyler Co., MO; buried in Downing City Cemetery, Downing, Schuyler Co., MO.  He married (1) Mary Alice Clarkson; (2) Velma Green.

+    350     iv         Iva Mabel5 McCune, born 22 Aug 1889 in IL; died 1930/40.  She married Virgil Lee North.

+    351     v          Zelma Jewell5 McCune, born 24 Aug 1891 in IL; died 18 Mar 1969 in Bingham Co., ID; buried in Grove City Cemetery, Blackfoot, Bingham Co., ID.  She married Osaca (Oscar) Orestus North.

+    352     vi         Mary Edith5 McCune, born 13 Jul 1896 in MO; died 1993 in King Co., WA; buried in Acacia Memorial Park and Funeral Home, Lake Forest Park, King Co., WA.  She married Clifford Stipp.

      353     vii        Paul Turner5 McCune, born 29 Oct 1898 in MO; died 13 Feb 1905 in Scotland Co., MO; buried in Campground Cemetery, Scotland Co., MO.

 

 

87. Charity Emaline4 Turner (Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 25 Sep 1862 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 26 Feb 1947 in Downing, Schuyler Co., MO; buried in Downing, Schuyler Co., MO.  She married on 26 Sep 1880 in Sullivan, Moultrie Co., IL Jeremiah White, born 10 Apr 1856 in Sullivan, Moultrie Co., IL; died 7 Feb 1935 in Downing, Schuyler Co., MO; buried in Downing, Schuyler Co., MO, son of William White and Mary Montgomery.

 

Notes for Jeremiah White

      Both of Jeremiah's parents were from OH.

In 1880 a Jerimiah White, age 24 from IL (both parents OH) farmed in Fox, Jasper Co., IL (page 377) with a wife Mary J., 23 from IN, daughter Mirty, 1 from IL, and Minta Zircle, age 10 from IN. In 1900 Jeremiah farmed in Pollack, Jackson Township, Sullivan Co., MO (page 93) with his wife Charity, 6 children, and a servant Lee Hines.

 

      Children of Charity Emaline Turner and Jeremiah White were as follows:

+    354     i           William Arthur5 White, born 2 Jun 1882 in Moultrie Co., IL; died 2 Jun 1946 in Downing, Schuyler Co., MO.  He married (1) Daisy Grace Mullins; (2) Edna Bondurant.

+    355     ii          Ethel May5 White, born 5 Nov 1884 in IL; died Mar 1975 in Downing, Schuyler Co., MO; buried in Downing City Cemetery, Downing, Schuyler Co., MO.  She married Albert Orville Clarkson.

+    356     iii         Mary Golda5 White, born 10 May 1887 in IL; died 1985 in Cheyenne Wells, Cheyenne Co., CO; buried in Fairview Cemetery, Cheyenne Wells, Cheyenne Co., CO.  She married Elmer Carl Driscoll.

+    357     iv         Fred Fay5 White, born 9 Apr 1890 in IL; died 2 Feb 1955 in Callaway Co., MO; buried in Downing City Cemetery, Downing, Schuyler Co., MO.  He married Verna M. Coger.

+    358     v          Grace Erma5 White, born 23 Aug 1893 in IL; died Sep 1974 in Schuyler Co., MO; buried in Downing City Cemetery, Downing, Schuyler Co., MO.  She married William (Willie) R. Waide.

      359     vi         Hazel Gertrude5 White, born 14 Jun 1896; died 15 Feb 1898 in MO.

+    360     vii        Nell Rose5 White, born 24 Sep 1899 in MO; died 21 Oct 1988 in Queen City, Schuyler Co., MO; buried in Downing City Cemetery, Downing, Schuyler Co., MO.  She married Ray C. Moore.

      361     viii       Vivia Myrtle5 White, born 28 Apr 1902 in MO; died 28 Jun 1998 in Memphis, Scotland Co., MO; buried in Memphis Cemetery, Memphis, Scotland Co., MO.  She married on 19 Feb 1921 Calvin L. Stewart, born 27 Jul 1901; died Dec 1969 in Memphis, Scotland Co., MO; buried in Memphis Cemetery, Memphis, Scotland Co., MO.

+    362     ix         Leo Gene5 White, born 30 Jul 1904 in MO; died 3 May 1970 in Downing, Schuyler Co., MO; buried in Downing City Cemetery, Downing, Schuyler Co., MO.  He married Hazel Lancaster.

 

 

89. Charles Aaron4 Turner (Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 25 Dec 1867 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL.  He married on 15 Dec 1887 in Moultrie Co., IL Emma Elma Dobson, born 29 Dec 1861 in OH; died 2 Jan 1955 in Vigo Co., IN; buried in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., IL, daughter of William Dobson and Edith J. (---).

 

Notes for Charles Aaron Turner

      In 1900 Charles lived in Lovington with family and mother-in-law, Edith J. Dobson.

 

      Children of Charles Aaron Turner and Emma Elma Dobson were as follows:

+    363     i           Norval Erwin5 Turner, born 21 Sep 1888 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 5 Feb 1953 in Eugene, Lane Co., OR; buried in Park Cemetery, Columbus, Cherokee Co., KS.  He married Eva Mertie Sweet.

+    364     ii          Ora Faye5 Turner, born 20 Sep 1889 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 10 May 1976 in IL; buried in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., IL.  She married Fred Wayne Evans.

      365     iii         Clara Nice5 Turner, born 22 Dec 1890 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 7 Jan 1901 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; buried in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., IL.

+    366     iv         Edith Alma5 Turner, born 29 Jul 1893 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 14 May 1995 in Henry Co., TN; buried in Hill Crest Memorial Cemetery, Paris, Henry Co., TN.  She married Thomas Hubert Carney.

+    367     v          Gladys Bryan5 Turner, born 1 Nov 1896 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL.  She married (1) Governor McKinley Hatler; (2) W. Ed Shelley.

+    368     vi         Susan Elizabeth (Susie)5 Turner, born 4 Jul 1898 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 29 May 1994 in Sullivan Co., IN; buried in Westlawn Cemetery, Farmersburg, Sullivan Co., IN.  She married Dr. Claude Allen Curry.

+    369     vii        Lucy Dorales5 Turner, born 3 Jul 1901 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL.  She married Haskell A. Simpson.

 

 

90. Commodore Perry (Peter)4 Turner (Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 18 Apr 1871 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL.  He married on 13 Dec 1891 in Moultrie Co., IL Lura (Lora) Belle Ransford, born Sep 1871 in IL, daughter of Alexander Ransford and Louisa (---).

 

Notes for Commodore Perry (Peter) Turner

      In 1900 Perry lived in Lovington with his wife and four youngest children. In 1905 he lived in Nebraska. In 1910 Peter C. farmed in Thune, McPherson Co., NE with wife Lura and 6 children. In 1920 Perry C. was the owner of a soft drink parlor on Colorado Avenue, Merino, Logan Co., CO with Lura and sons Jack and Perry Jr.

 

      Children of Commodore Perry (Peter) Turner and Lura (Lora) Belle Ransford were as follows:

      370     i           Lawrence Hershel5 Turner, born 10 Oct 1892 in Moultrie Co., IL.

+    371     ii          Virginia Eva5 Turner, born 16 Aug 1894 in Moultrie Co., IL.  She married Thompson Douglas Barnhart.

+    372     iii         Bessie Irene5 Turner, born 15 Oct 1896 in Moultrie Co., IL.  She married Edward F. Holt.

      373     iv         Cecil Barbara Louisa5 Turner, born 26 Nov 1899 in Moultrie Co., IL.

      374     v          Hubert Oliver (Jack)5 Turner, born 17 Apr 1901 in MO.

      375     vi         Son5 Turner, born 1 Sep 1903 in NE; died Infant.

      376     vii        David5 Turner, born abt 1904 in NE.

      377     viii       Polly5 Turner, born abt 1904 in NE.

      378     ix         Perry B.5 Turner, born Feb 1906 in NE.

 

 

93. Benjamin4 Colvin (Turner3, Nancy2 Turner, Stephen1), born 13 Feb 1842 in Washington Co., KY; died 12 Feb 1919 in De Kalb, DeKalb Co., IL; buried in Willisburg Cemetery, Willisburg, Washington Co., KY.  He married (1) on 1 Sep 1864 in Washington Co., KY Elizabeth Harris; (2) on 10 Dec 1884 in Washington Co., KY Samantha Reid, born 1858 in KY; died 1899 in Washington Co., KY; buried in Willisburg Cemetery, Willisburg, Washington Co., KY, daughter of Winfield Reid and Clary Hicks.

 

      Children of Benjamin Colvin and Samantha Reid were as follows:

      379     i           Lula Belle5 Colvin, born 24 Nov 1885 in Washington Co., KY; died 22 Jan 1980 in Burbank, Los Angeles Co., CA; buried in Calvary Cemtery, Winnebago, Winnebago Co., IL.  She married William Thomas Long, born 4 Apr 1885 in IL; died 23 Feb 1953 in Rockford, Winnebago Co., IL; buried in Calvary Cemtery, Winnebago, Winnebago Co., IL, son of Michael M. Long and Mary Ann Hanley.

      380     ii          Mary Alice (Mae)5 Colvin, born 12 Mar 1888 in Washington Co., KY; died 12 Jan 1968 in Rockford, Winnebago Co., IL; buried in Willwood Burial Park, Rockford, Winnebago Co., IL.  She married on 2 Sep 1908 in Washington Co., KY Leslie Keeling, born 14 Oct 1888 in Washington Co., KY; died 3 Feb 1971 in Beloit, Rock Co., WI; buried in Willwood Burial Park, Rockford, Winnebago Co., IL, son of George Harrison Keeling and Nancy Colvin.   Notes: Mrs. Mae A. Keeling, 79, 1422 Pierce Ave., aunt of movie and TV star Barbara Hale, died at 9:30 a.m. Friday in Johnson Hilltop Nursing Home after a long illness.      She is survived by her husband, Leslie; three daughters, Mrs. Kathaleen Brauer and Mrs. Phylis Rowland, both of Rockford, and Mrs. Frances Lay, Vandalia; five sons, Russell, Beloit, WI, Blan, Rockford, Raymond, San Diego, CA, Cleo, Loves Park, and Willie, S., Seattle, WA; two sisters, Mrs. Lula Long, Burbank, CA and Mrs. Willa Hale, North Hollywood CA; and a brother, Scruggs Colvin, DeKalb.      Services will be at 1 p.m. Monday in the Julian-Poorman Funeral Home, 304 N. 5th. St., with burial in Willwood Burial Park.      (Published in Rockford Register-Republic Saturday, Jan. 13, 1968 p. A7; Obituary transcribed by Connie Lou Brauer)       Leslie and Mary had 9 children. They resided near Willisburg, Washington Co. KY in 1910 & 1920 and Winnebago Co., IL in 1930.

 

 

99. Perlina4 Colvin (Armstead3, Nancy2 Turner, Stephen1), born 19 Nov 1837 in IN; died 10 Dec 1919 in IN; buried in Lick Branch Cemetery, Washington Co., IN.  She married William R. Voyles, born 13 May 1837 in IN; died 3 Jun 1912 in IN; buried in Lick Branch Cemetery, Washington Co., IN.

 

Notes for William R. Voyles

      In 1880 William farmed in Jackson, Washington Co., IN (page 432) with his wife Peline, 6 children, and his mother-in-law Leanna Colvin.

 

      Children of Perlina Colvin and William R. Voyles were as follows:

      381     i           Ezra5 Voyles, born 22 Aug 1861 in Washington Co., IN; died 8 Jan 1941 in Bellwood, IL; buried in Martingsburg Cemetery, Washington Co., IN.  He married on 26 Feb 1899 in Washington Co., IN Alice M. Miller.

      382     ii          Doretha5 Voyles, born 21 Jan 1864 in Washington Co., IN; died 3 Dec 1931; buried in Palmyra Cemetery, Harrison Co., IN.  She married on 15 Dec 1897 Richard Thomas Armold.

+    383     iii         Clara5 Voyles, born 25 Dec 1867 in Washington Co., IN; died 9 Jun 1945 in Palmyra, Harrison Co., IN; buried in Palmyra Cemetery, Harrison Co., IN.  She married Sherman Santford Martin.

      384     iv         John5 Voyles, born 1869/70 in In.

      385     v          Emma L.5 Voyles, born 1874/75 in In.

      386     vi         Effie M.5 Voyles, born 11 Feb 1879 in Washington Co., IN; died 1 Jun 1913; buried in Lick Branch Cemetery, Washington Co., IN.  She married on 31 Oct 1906 in Washington Co., IN Henry S. Brown.

 

 

100. William H. H.4 Colvin (Armstead3, Nancy2 Turner, Stephen1), born 9 Nov 1840 in Washington Co., in; died 5 Mar 1920 in Washington Co., in; buried in Martinsburg Cemetery, Jackson Township, Washington Co., in.  He married (1) on 11 May 1871 in Washington Co., in Eudora Henry, born 1858/59 in In; died 28 Feb 1880 in Washington Co., in; (2) Mary C. McCoy, born 16 Sep 1848; died 2 Jul 1926 in Washington Co., in; buried in Martinsburg Cemetery, Jackson Township, Washington Co., in, daughter of William McCoy and Elizabeth A. Roe.

 

Notes for William H. H. Colvin

      William H. H. was reared on his father's farm, and secured a practical education in youth, and later attended the Salem Academy.  He taught a number of terms at an early day. He remained home with his parents until he attained his majority, when he left home to attend school.

     

      In the Civil War he was a recruit, 5th Cavalry, 90th Regiment, Company E, Indiana Volunteers, residence, Washington Co., mustered in 25 Feb, 1864, mustered out 15 Jun, 1865.

     

      In 1880 William farmed in Jackson Township, Washington Co., IN (page 431) with his wife Eudora, 3 children, and a farm laborer.

     

      In politics Mr. Colvin was a stanch Republican, having been elected Jackson Township Trustee two terms, the second in 1885.  He was a farmer and a teacher.

 

      Children of William H. H. Colvin and Eudora Henry were as follows:

      387     i           Samuel5 Colvin, born 1871/72 in In.

      388     ii          Susan5 Colvin, born 1874/75 in In.

      389     iii         Jesse5 Colvin, born 1875/76 in In.

 

 

117. Winfield Scott4 Colvin (Charles Elias3, Nancy2 Turner, Stephen1), born 1846/47 in KY.  He married Martha A. Browne, born 1848/49 in KY, daughter of Mr. Browne and Elizabeth (---).

 

Notes for Winfield Scott Colvin

      Winfield taught school and fought in the Civil War.

     

      In 1880 Wingfield S. farmed in Hendren, Washington Co., KY (page 442) with his wife Martha A., 4 children, and mother-in-law Elizabeth Browne.

 

      Children of Winfield Scott Colvin and Martha A. Browne were as follows:

      390     i           William H.5 Colvin, born 1861/62 in KY.

      391     ii          Robert5 Colvin, born 1874/75 in KY.

      392     iii         Jane5 Colvin, born 1874/75 in KY.

      393     iv         Alice5 Colvin, born 1877/78 in KY.

 

 

137. Thomas J.4 Merrill (Susan Ann3 Turner, John D.2, Stephen1), born Sep 1854 in KY.  He married in 1897/98 in IL Sarah Ellen (---), born Feb 1870 in IN.

 

Notes for Thomas J. Merrill

      In 1900 Thomas Merril was a grocery store merchant in Hindsboro Village, Bowdre Township, Douglas Co., IL with his wife Sarah and son Clarence. In 1910 he was a department store clerk residing on South Missouri Street, Hindsboro with his wife Sarah and son Clarence.

 

      Children of Thomas J. Merrill and Sarah Ellen (---) were as follows:

      394     i           Clarence H.5 Merrill, born Feb 1898 in IL.

 

 

139. John B.4 Merrill (Susan Ann3 Turner, John D.2, Stephen1), born 25 Oct 1858 in Lancaster, Garrett Co., KY.  He married (1) unknown; (2) in 1892/95 in IL Selinda Elizabeth (---), born Sep 1870 in IN.

 

Notes for John B. Merrill

      In 1900 John B. Merrell was a merchant in Hindsboro Village, Bowdre Township, Douglas Co., IL with his  second wife Lizzie, children Samuel, Grace, and Willis A., and mother Susan A. Merrell, and a laborer Edward Tutwiler (Mar 1861 IL). In 1910 he was a department store employee residing on South Missouri Street, Hindsboro with his wife Selinda E. (married 15 years, 2 children, 1 deceased), sons Wallis R. and Samuel and foster daughter Ina E. Land (14 IN).

 

      Children of John B. Merrill were as follows:

      395     i           Samuel5 Merrill, born Jul 1882 in IL.

      396     ii          Grace5 Merrill, born Mar 1885 in IL.

 

      Children of John B. Merrill and Selinda Elizabeth (---) were as follows:

      397     i           Willias A.5 Merrill, born Oct 1895 in IL.

      398     ii          Child5 Merrill, born abt 1898 in IL; died bef 1900 in IL.

 

 

140. Alexander4 McKinney (Turner3, Susannah (Susan)2 Turner, Stephen1), born 1834/35 in IN.  He married on 29 Apr 1855 in Depauw, Harrison Co., IN Elizabeth Howerton, born 13 Oct 1836 in Corydon, Harrison Co., IN; died 16 Mar 1931 in Harrison Co., IN, daughter of Henderson Howerton and Barbara Moser.

 

      Children of Alexander McKinney and Elizabeth Howerton were as follows:

      399     i           Lucy A.5 McKinney, born 1861/62 in IN.

+    400     ii          Henderson H.5 McKinney, born Nov 1868 in IN.  He married (1) unknown; (2) Ethel (---).

 

 

146. Alexander McKinney4 Sipes (Martha3 McKinney, Susannah (Susan)2 Turner, Stephen1), born 15 Mar 1842 in IN; died 23 May 1919 in Barton Co., KS; buried in Great Bend Cemetery, Great Bend, Barton Co., KS.  He married on 15 Mar 1864 in IN Rebecca Jane Miles, born 7 Mar 1844 in IN; died 6 Oct 1915 in Barton Co., KS; buried in Great Bend Cemetery, Great Bend, Barton Co., KS.

 

Notes for Alexander McKinney Sipes

      In 1880 Alexander lived in Leavenworth, Crawford Co., IN (page 282) with his wife Rebecca J. and 7 children. In 1900 Alexander was a retired farmer in 3rd Ward, Great Bend, Barton Co., KS (page 154) with his wife Rebeccan and children Harry, Mamie, Bertha, Nellie, and Claudie.

 

      Children of Alexander McKinney Sipes and Rebecca Jane Miles were as follows:

      401     i           Annie B.5 Sipes, born 1865/66 in IN.

+    402     ii          Charles William5 Sipes, born 24 Jul 1868 in IN; died 10 Jul 1928 in Barton Co., KS; buried in Great Bend Cemetery, Great Bend, Barton Co., KS.  He married Mary Sadie Slentz.

+    403     iii         Sallie E.5 Sipes, born 25 Dec 1871 in IN; died Oct 1930 in Barton Co., KS; buried in Great Bend Cemetery, Great Bend, Barton Co., KS.  She married Joseph S. Smith.

      404     iv         John Owen5 Sipes, born 7 Sep 1873 in IN; died 6 Feb 1958 in Las Angeles Co., CA.  He married Elizabeth (Lizzie) Ring, born 10 Nov 1878 in IN; died 5 May 1951 in Las Angeles Co., CA, daughter of Mary J. Medaris.   Notes: In 1910 John was a salesman for a grocery store in Osborne, Maricopa Co., AZ with his wife Lizzie. In 1920 he was a salesman for a retail grocery at 1924 41 Place, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., CA with wife Lizzie and mother-in-law Mary J. Ring.

      405     v          Franklin Israel5 Sipes, born 24 Jul 1876 in IN.

+    406     vi         Harry Edward5 Sipes, born May 1878 in IN; died 1963 in Barton Co., KS; buried in Great Bend Cemetery, Great Bend, Barton Co., KS.  He married Maude Mae Ring.

      407     vii        Mary (Molly, Mamie) Gertrude5 Sipes, born Mar 1880 in IN; died Dec 1955 in Hutchinson, Reno Co., KS; buried in Memorial Park Cemetery, Hutchinson, Reno Co., KS.  She married George L. Bessler, born 1876/77 in Germany; died Feb 1942 in Hutchinson, Reno Co., KS; buried in Memorial Park Cemetery, Hutchinson, Reno Co., KS.

      408     viii       Bertha5 Sipes, born May 1882 in IN.

      409     ix         Nellie5 Sipes, born Mar 1884 in IN.

      410     x          Claude (Claudie) F.5 Sipes, born 31 Oct 1886 in KS; died 1976 in Greene Co., IN; buried in Fairview Cemetery, Linton, Greene Co., IN.

 

 

147. Dulcenia (Dulcie, Dulceny) I.4 Sipes (Martha3 McKinney, Susannah (Susan)2 Turner, Stephen1), born Oct 1854 in IN; died 9 Aug 1928 in Harrison Co., IN; buried in Mount Zion Cemetery, Depauw, Harrison Co., IN.  She married in 1873/74, divorced  Thomas W. Barnett, born Jul 1848 in IN.

 

Notes for Dulcenia (Dulcie, Dulceny) I. Sipes

      In 1920 Dulcina Barnett was the sister-in-law with Charlie and Mary Green at 1422 Oak Street, New Albany, Floyd Co., IN.

 

Notes for Thomas W. Barnett

      In 1880 Thomas farmed with his wife's parents in Spencer, Harrison Co., IN (page 369).

 

      Children of Dulcenia (Dulcie, Dulceny) I. Sipes and Thomas W. Barnett were as follows:

      411     i           Charles (Charlie, Charley)5 Barnett, born Jul 1875 in IN.

      412     ii          Child5 Barnett, born abt 1877 in IN; died bef 1880 in IN.

      413     iii         Mamie G.5 Barnett, born 19 Apr 1889 in Harrison Co., IN; died 24 Aug 1890 in Harrison Co., IN; buried in Mount Zion Cemetery, Depauw, Harrison Co., IN.

 

 

150. Dr. James Warren4 Peavler (Nancy3 McKinney, Susannah (Susan)2 Turner, Stephen1), born 20 Jul 1840 in Washington Co., IN; died 31 Dec 1891 in Spring Garden, Jefferson Co., IL.  He married Victoria Hagle, born 10 Dec 1846 in IL; died 6 Sep 1936 in Mount Vernon, Jefferson Co., IL, daughter of John Wesley Hagle and Mahala Boswell.

 

Notes for Dr. James Warren Peavler

      In 1870 James was a physician in Spring Garden, Jefferson Co., IL with wife Victoria and son Eugene. In 1880 he lived in Spring Garden with Victoria and 4 children. In 1900 he lived at 308 12th Street, Mount Vernon, Jefferson Co., IL with Victoria and 5 children.

 

      Children of Dr. James Warren Peavler and Victoria Hagle were as follows:

      414     i           Eugene M.5 Peavler, born Jun 1868 in IL.

      415     ii          Winnie5 Peavler, born 1871/72 in Spring Garden, Jefferson Co., IL.

      416     iii         Mazie5 Peavler, born Mar 1877 in Spring Garden, Jefferson Co., IL.

      417     iv         Ethel5 Peavler, born Mar 1879 in Spring Garden, Jefferson Co., IL.

+    418     v          John Hagle5 Peavler, born 8 Oct 1884 in Spring Garden, Jefferson Co., IL; died 18 Nov 1937 in Chicago, Cook Co., IL.  He married Adriancha Jennie Kammeraad.

      419     vi         Clytia5 Peavler, born Jul 1887 in IL.

 

 

163. Delila C.4 McKinney (Andrew Jackson3, Susannah (Susan)2 Turner, Stephen1), born Jul 1860 in IN; died 1930/40 Of Washington Co., IN.  She married on 21 Dec 1880 in Washington Co., IN Henry D. Miller, born Jun 1854 in IN; died 1910/20 Of Washington Co., IN.

 

Notes for Delila C. McKinney

      In 1920 and 1930 Deliah lived with her divorced son Oscar (farmer) in Jackson, Washington Co., IN.

 

Notes for Henry D. Miller

      In 1900 Henry farmed in Jackson, Washington Co., IN with wife Delila and children Lilly and Oscar.  In 1910 he farmed in Jackson with Delilah and Oscar.

 

      Children of Delila C. McKinney and Henry D. Miller were as follows:

      420     i           Lilly E.5 Miller, born Jan 1882 in IN.

      421     ii          Oscar C.5 Miller, born Jun 1884 in IN.

 

 

164. Martha A.4 Colvin (Stephen3, Martha Jane (Patsy)2 Turner, Stephen1), born Jun 1849 in KY; died 3 Feb 1929 in Washington Co., KY.  She married on 21 Jan 1868 in Washington Co., KY James Ross, born Feb 1846 in KY; died 11 Apr 1926 in Washington Co., KY.

 

Notes for James Ross

      In 1850 James farmed in North, Washington Co., KY with wife Martha and son Stephen.

 

      Children of Martha A. Colvin and James Ross were as follows:

      422     i           Stephen5 Ross, born 1868/69 in Washington Co., KY.

 

 

166. Nancy4 Colvin (Benjamin Paschal3, Martha Jane (Patsy)2 Turner, Stephen1), born 1 Jan 1851 in Lincoln Co., KY; died 18 Aug 1937 in Fern Creek, Jefferson Co., KY; buried in Highview Cemetery, Chaplin, Nelson Co., KY.  She married on 15 Oct 1874 in Washington Co., KY George Harrison Keeling, born 21 Sep 1850 in Washington Co., KY; died 26 Aug 1928 in Chaplin, Nelson Co., KY; buried in Highview Cemetery, Chaplin, Nelson Co., KY, son of Jordan G. Keeling and Anna Elizabeth Cheatham.

 

      Children of Nancy Colvin and George Harrison Keeling were as follows:

      423     i           Bessie P.5 Keeling, born 13 Jan 1882 in KY; died 1969 in KY; buried in Willisburg Cemetery, Willisburg, Washington Co., KY.  She married on 11 Sep 1902 in Washington Co., KY James William Colvin, born 2 May 1864 in Washington Co., KY; died 20 May 1913 in Washington Co., KY; buried in Willisburg Cemetery, Willisburg, Washington Co., KY, son of Elijah Colvin Jr. and Elizabeth Cynthia Richardson.

      424     ii          Leslie5 Keeling, born 14 Oct 1888 in Washington Co., KY; died 3 Feb 1971 in Beloit, Rock Co., WI; buried in Willwood Burial Park, Rockford, Winnebago Co., IL.  He married on 2 Sep 1908 in Washington Co., KY Mary Alice (Mae) Colvin, born 12 Mar 1888 in Washington Co., KY; died 12 Jan 1968 in Rockford, Winnebago Co., IL; buried in Willwood Burial Park, Rockford, Winnebago Co., IL, daughter of Benjamin Colvin and Samantha Reid.   Notes: KEELING-Leslie Keeling, 82, R. R. 1, Beloit, WI, formerly of 1422 Pierce Ave., Rockford, died Wednesday, Feb. 3, 1971 in Beloit, WI Memorial Hospital, after a long illness.      Born Oct. 14, 1888 in Willisburg, KY, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Keeling. Lived seven months in Beloit coming from Rockford. Married to the former Mary Alice Colvin in McComb Sept. 2, 1908. Employed as a security guard by Ingersoll Milling Machine Co. for 24 years, retiring in 1966. Member of Central Christian Church.      Survivors include four sons, Russell, Beloit; Raymond, San Diego, CA; Cleo, Loves Park; Willie, Seattle, WA; three daughters, Mrs. Kathleen Brauer and Mrs. Phyllis Rowland, both of Rockford; and Mrs. Frances Lay, Vandalia; a brother George, Louisville, KY. Three sisters and three brothers preceded Mr. Keeling in death.      Services at 1 p.m. Monday in Julian-Poorman Funeral Home, 304 N. 5th St. Burial in Willwood Cemetery. No visitation.      (Published in Rockford Register-Republic, Fri., February 5, 1971 p. B9)

 

 

172. Stephen4 Colvin (Elijah3, Martha Jane (Patsy)2 Turner, Stephen1), born 1842/43 in KY.  He married Jane Brown, born 17 May 1844 in KY; died 11 Aug 1879 in Washington Co., KY; buried in Antioch Christian Church Cemetery, Washington Co., KY.

 

Notes for Stephen Colvin

      In 1870 Stephen farmed in Washington Co., KY with wife Jane and daughter Cordelia; he lived next door to his parents.

 

      Children of Stephen Colvin and Jane Brown were as follows:

      425     i           Cordelia5 Colvin, born 1869 in Washington Co., KY.

      426     ii          Sarah A.5 Colvin, born 22 Oct 1872 in Washington Co., KY; died 15 Jul 1874 in Washington Co., KY; buried in Antioch Christian Church Cemetery, Washington Co., KY.

      427     iii         Nelson M.5 Colvin, born 25 Aug 1875 in Washington Co., KY; died 14 Dec 1876 in Washington Co., KY.

 

 

180. James William4 Colvin (Elijah3, Martha Jane (Patsy)2 Turner, Stephen1), born 2 May 1864 in Washington Co., KY; died 20 May 1913 in Washington Co., KY; buried in Willisburg Cemetery, Willisburg, Washington Co., KY.  He married (1) on 14 Dec 1884 in Washington Co., KY Paralee Kays, born 5 Apr 1868 in KY; died 17 Jan 1901 in Washington Co., KY; buried in Antioch Christian Church Cemetery, Washington Co., KY, daughter of S. T. Kays and Susan (---); (2) on 11 Sep 1902 in Washington Co., KY Bessie P. Keeling, born 13 Jan 1882 in KY; died 1969 in KY; buried in Willisburg Cemetery, Willisburg, Washington Co., KY, daughter of George Harrison Keeling and Nancy Colvin.

 

Notes for James William Colvin

      In 1900 William farmed in Washington Co., KY with wife Paralee and 4 children.

 

      Children of James William Colvin and Paralee Kays were as follows:

      428     i           Hester5 Colvin, born Jun 1886 in Washington Co., KY.

      429     ii          Susan (Sussie)5 Colvin, born Jun 1888 in Washington Co., KY.

      430     iii         Bosco5 Colvin, born Nov 1890 in KY.

      431     iv         W. Marvin5 Colvin, born Jun 1895 in Washington Co., KY.

      432     v          Maggie5 Colvin, born 1900/01 in Washington Co., KY.

 

 

193. Rebecca4 Kays (Sarah A.3 Colvin, Martha Jane (Patsy)2 Turner, Stephen1), born 1842/43 in KY.  She married Bazel D. Prater, born 1845/46 in KY.

 

      Children of Rebecca Kays and Bazel D. Prater were as follows:

      433     i           Jesse E.5 Prater, born 1866/67 in KY.

      434     ii          John W.5 Prater, born 1869/70 in KY.

      435     iii         Georgia A.5 Prater, born 1872/73 in KY.

 

 

201. William A.4 Colvin (Daniel3, Martha Jane (Patsy)2 Turner, Stephen1), born Nov 1849 in In.  He married in 1870/71 Lucy R. Harris, born Mar 1853 in KY.

 

Notes for William A. Colvin

      In 1880 W. A. was a waggon maker in Willisburgh, Washington Co., KY (page 404) with his wife Lucy, 4 younger children, and sister-in-law Sallie Harris, age 19 from KY. In 1900 he was a carpenter in Springfield, Washington Co., KY (page 133) with his wife Lucy A., children George W. (attorney at law), Boon (barber), Edner, Roland, Lillie, and Isa, and two boarders.

 

      Children of William A. Colvin and Lucy R. Harris were as follows:

      436     i           Ada F.5 Colvin, born 1871/72 in KY.

      437     ii          George W.5 Colvin, born Sep 1875 in KY.

      438     iii         Daniel Boon5 Colvin, born Jun 1879 in KY.

      439     iv         Edney5 Colvin, born Jun 1879 in KY.

      440     v          Roland5 Colvin, born Mar 1881 in KY.

      441     vi         Lillie5 Colvin, born Apr 1885 in KY.

      442     vii        Isa5 Colvin, born Sep 1891 in KY.

 

 

228. John J.4 Bixler (Nancy3 Turner, Edmund David2, Stephen1), born 1860/61 in In.  He married Maria Jane Johnson.

 

      Children of John J. Bixler and Maria Jane Johnson were as follows:

      443     i           Harvey5 Bixler.

      444     ii          Iva Lorane5 Bixler, born abt 1891.

      445     iii         Verna Alice5 Bixler, born abt 1893.

      446     iv         Perry J.5 Bixler, born abt 1895.

      447     v          Clark5 Bixler, born abt 1896.

 

 

229. William Grant4 Bixler (Nancy3 Turner, Edmund David2, Stephen1), born Feb 1864 in Washington Co., IN; died in NE.  He married (1) on 25 Dec 1883 in Washington Co., IN Marcia Ella Phillips, born 26 Feb 1865 in Washington Co., IN; died 19 Jul 1911 in Martinsburg, Washington Co., IN, daughter of William Henry Harrison Phillips and Mary Francis Martin; (2) in 1912 Agnes Forrest, born 1870/71 in Scotland.

 

Notes for William Grant Bixler

      In 1900 William was a buggy agent in Jackson Township, Washington Co., IN (page 71) with his wife Marcie and 4 sons.

     

      William graduated from the University of Louisville, Ky School of Medicine in 1905. He then returned to Nebraska to rear his family.

     

      Places and dates of practice: Panama, Ne 1903, Sep 13, 1912, Hickman, Ne., 1909. Medical Schools: Lincoln Medical College, Eclectic, Lincoln; Cotner Univ., 1903 (G), JAMA Citation 86; 1306.

     

      William had a nervous breakdown and went to California to recover, and he was there in the fall of 1918. In 1920 William was a physician in Panama Village, Lancaster Co., NE (page 8) with his wife Mary and unmarried sister-in-law Isabella Forrest (age 59 Scotland).

 

Notes for Marcia Ella Phillips

      Marcie ate a piece of cherry pie, got sick with her diabetes, and died.

 

Notes for Agnes Forrest

      Agnes entered the US with her parents in 1871.

 

      Children of William Grant Bixler and Marcia Ella Phillips were as follows:

+    448     i           Harold Abraham5 Bixler, born Oct 1884 in IN.  He married Stella Sparks.

      449     ii          Jessie E.5 Bixler, born Jul 1886 in IN.

      450     iii         Chauncy Roy5 Bixler, born Feb 1890 in KS.

      451     iv         Orville D.5 Bixler, born May 1896 in NE.

 

 

232. Lymon Turner4 Bixler (Nancy3 Turner, Edmund David2, Stephen1), born 31 Jul 1871 in IN; died 8 Dec 1952 in Tulare, Tulare Co., CA.  He married Ellen Bignel, born 1871/72 in NE; died 23 Jun 1925 in Tulare, Tulare Co., CA.

 

      Children of Lymon Turner Bixler and Ellen Bignel were as follows:

      452     i           Everett5 Bixler, born 12 Oct 1901.

      453     ii          Clayton5 Bixler, born 17 Mar 1905.

      454     iii         Gilbert5 Bixler, born 1907.

      455     iv         Edith5 Bixler, born 9 Apr 1908.

      456     v          Elmer O.5 Bixler, born 11 Nov 1910 in North Bend, NE; died 11 Jun 1997 in Tulare, Tulare Co., CA.  He married Melva Jane Lancaster.

      457     vi         Alvin Kenneth5 Bixler, born 15 Nov 1911.

      458     vii        Lawrence5 Bixler, born 29 May 1913.

      459     viii       Ruth5 Bixler, born 5 Oct 1915.

      460     ix         Doris5 Bixler, born 1918.

 

 

240. Walter Preston4 Turner (Enos3, Edmund David2, Stephen1), born 22 Nov 1872 in IN; died 5 Mar 1962 in Washington Co., IN; buried in Mt. Washington Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN.  He married in 1893/94 Lillie A. Sullivan, born Jun 1874 in IN.

 

      Children of Walter Preston Turner and Lillie A. Sullivan were as follows:

      461     i           Edna M.5 Turner, born Dec 1894 in IN.

      462     ii          Gladys F.5 Turner, born 5 Nov 1898 in IN.  She married on 10 Jul 1918 in Washington Co., IN Dewey Miller.

 

 

241. Arthur Clinton4 Turner (Enos3, Edmund David2, Stephen1), born 26 Jul 1877 in IN; died 29 Mar 1945 in Washington Co., IN; buried in Big Springs Cemetery, Pierce Township, Washington Co., IN.  He married on 5 Oct 1898 in Washington Co., IN Hannah R. Bishop, born Apr 1875 in IN.

 

      Children of Arthur Clinton Turner and Hannah R. Bishop were as follows:

      463     i           Ralph R.5 Turner, born Sep 1899 in IN.

 

Generation 5

 

274. Ada Jane5 Stutsman (Thomas J.4, Susan3 Turner, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born May 1860 in Moultrie Co., IL.  She married Mr. Shearer.

 

      Children of Ada Jane Stutsman and Mr. Shearer were as follows:

      464     i           Ira Stanley6 Shearer.  He married Rose McClain.

 

 

277. Mineva5 Stutsman (Thomas J.4, Susan3 Turner, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born Jan 1870 in NE; died abt 1946 in Portland, Multinomah Co., OR.  She married in 1885/86 James M. Ross, born Oct 1863 in OR, son of John W. Ross.

 

Notes for James M. Ross

      In 1900 James farmed in Council Pricinct, Washington Co., ID (page 143) with his wife Minta, 4 children, and father.

 

      Children of Mineva Stutsman and James M. Ross were as follows:

      465     i           Charley6 Ross, born Sep 1886 in ID.

      466     ii          Ida May6 Ross, born May 1888 in ID.

      467     iii         James A.6 Ross, born Dec 1890 in ID.

      468     iv         Georgia V.6 Ross, born Dec 1892 in ID.

 

 

279. Sherman5 Stutsman (Thomas J.4, Susan3 Turner, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 5 Apr 1877 in Wichita, KS; died 18 Apr 1942 in Star Route Naches, Yakima Co., WA; buried 21 Apr 1942 in Tahoma Cemetery, Yakima Co., WA.  He married (1) in 1899/1900 Lola (---), born Jan 1882 in IL; (2) in 1903 in ID Grace E. Smith, born 23 Sep 1883 in Bradshaw, Butte Co., NE; died 2 Nov 1940 in Burley, Shasta Co., CA; buried 5 Nov 1940 in Fall River Mills, CA, daughter of William Henry Smith and Nellie Edith Fitch.

 

Notes for Sherman Stutsman

      Sherman was a logger. In 1910 he was a teamster hauling freight in Union, Grant Co., OR with wife Grace and daughter Lila. In 1920 he lived on Hill Street, Bend, Deschutes Co., OR with Grace and children Lila, Merle, and Wayne. He moved to Yakima Co., WA in about 1935. In 1940 he was divorced and working at a logging camp in Nile, Yakima Co., WA.

 

      Children of Sherman Stutsman and Lola (---) were as follows:

      469     i           Lola6 Stutsman, born 1901 in KS; died 20 Sep 1964 in Deschutes Co., OR.  She married Floyd Abbott.

 

      Children of Sherman Stutsman and Grace E. Smith were as follows:

      470     i           Lila Audrey6 Stutesman, born 16 Dec 1906 in ID; died 1 Sep 1959 in Shasta Co., CA.  She married in 1922/24 in OR Henry Dollarhide.

      471     ii          Gladys6 Stutsman, born 1909 in ID; died 10 Aug 1909 in Council, Washington Co., ID.

      472     iii         Merle Leroy6 Stutesman, born 3 Apr 1911 in Prairie City, OR; died 12 Mar 1979 in Anderson, Shasta Co., CA.  He married Elsie Catherine Loomis, born 15 Apr 1902 in CA; died 24 Jun 1987 in Shasta Co., CA.

+    473     iv         Clarence Wayne6 Stutesman, born 1 Jun 1914 in Prairie City, OR.  He married (1) Lois Ann Empey; (2) Verda Mary Kistle.

+    474     v          Sherman Eugene6 Stutesman, born 4 Mar 1920 in Bend, OR; died 8 Sep 1998 in Redding, Shasta Co., CA.  He married Nadine Anne Engler.

 

 

286. Clarence O.5 Foster (Elizabeth Jane4 Stutsman, Susan3 Turner, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 3 Dec 1877 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 28 Mar 1942 in Decatur, Macon Co., IL; buried 31 Mar 1942 in Fairlawn Cemetery, Decatur, Macon Co., IL.  He married Mamie E. Bachman, born 26 Nov 1888 in Decatur, Macon Co., IL; died 13 Oct 1940 in Decatur, Macon Co., IL; buried 15 Oct 1940 in Fairlawn Cemetery, Decatur, Macon Co., IL, daughter of Phillip Alexander Bachman and Emma Bailey.

 

Notes for Clarence O. Foster

      In 1930 Clarence was a supply clerk at a brace goods factory at 1325 W. Forest Avenue, Decatur, Macon Co., IL with Mamie and sons robert (delivery man for a grocery store) and Robert. In 1940 he was a janitor at a university at the same address with Mamie.

 

      Children of Clarence O. Foster and Mamie E. Bachman were as follows:

      475     i           Ernest M.6 Foster, born 1911/12 in Decatur, Macon Co., IL.

      476     ii          Boy6 Foster, born 1917 in Decatur, Macon Co., IL; died 29 Jan 1917 in Decatur, Macon Co., IL; buried 29 Jan 1917 in Fairlawn Cemetery, Decatur, Macon Co., IL.

      477     iii         Robert Clarence6 Foster, born 17 Mar 1925 in Decatur, Macon Co., IL; died 25 Apr 1930 in Decatur, Macon Co., IL; buried 27 Apr 1930 in Decatur, Macon Co., IL.

 

 

290. George Henry5 Stutsman (James Henry4, Susan3 Turner, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 22 Jun 1872 in NE; died 11 Nov 1941 in Coffey Co., KS; buried in Bailey Cemetery, Coffey Co., KS.  He married on 30 Oct 1912 in KS Florence Thurman, born 24 Aug 1872 in IN; died 20 Oct 1948 in Coffey Co., KS; buried in Bailey Cemetery, Coffey Co., KS, daughter of Ephraim R. Thurman and Sarah J. (---).

 

Notes for George Henry Stutsman

      In 1930 George farmed in Reeder, Anderson Co., KS with wife Florence and daughter Viola.

 

      Children of George Henry Stutsman and Florence Thurman were as follows:

      478     i           Viola M.6 Stutsman, born 1913/14 in KS.

 

 

291. Sarah Jane (Susan, Jenny, Jennie)5 Stutsman (James Henry4, Susan3 Turner, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 11 Jul 1875 in NE; died 9 Apr 1956 in Emporia, Lyon Co., KS; buried in Maplewood Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Emporia, Lyon Co., KS.  She married on 22 Dec 1897 in KS Oren S. Reynolds, born 2 Jul 1872; died 24 Dec 1940 in Emporia, Lyon Co., KS; buried in Mount Sterling, Brown Co., IL.

 

Notes for Oren S. Reynolds

      In 1915 O. S. lived in Burlington, Coffey Co., KS with wife Jennie and 4 children.

 

      Children of Sarah Jane (Susan, Jenny, Jennie) Stutsman and Oren S. Reynolds were as follows:

+    479     i           Grace6 Reynolds, born 30 Sep 1898 in KS; died 8 Mar 1962 in Emporia, Lyon Co., KS; buried in Maplewood Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Emporia, Lyon Co., KS.  She married (1) Clarence A. (Jack) Haire; (2) Charles Byron Stair.

      480     ii          Ralph6 Reynolds, born 24 Oct 1901 in KS; died 7 May 1962 in Emporia, Lyon Co., KS; buried in Maplewood Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Emporia, Lyon Co., KS.  He married Alice Faye Irey, born 14 Jul 1904 in KS; died 8 Jun 1974 in Emporia, Lyon Co., KS; buried in Maplewood Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Emporia, Lyon Co., KS.   Notes: In 1940 Ralph owned a barber shop at 18 South Rural, Emporia, Lyon Co., KS with wife Faye.

      481     iii         Harry6 Reynolds, born 3 Apr 1905 in KS; died 18 Oct 1979 in Emporia, Lyon Co., KS; buried in Maplewood Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Emporia, Lyon Co., KS.

      482     iv         Ava6 Reynolds, born 1907/08 in KS.

 

 

293. Jasper Burton5 Stutsman (James Henry4, Susan3 Turner, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 24 May 1882 in Franklin Co., NE; died 7 Feb 1933 in New Strawn, Coffey Co., KS; buried in Bailey Cemetery, Coffey Co., KS.  He married on 1 Jun 1904 Nettie Maude Quinn, born 21 May 1886; died 20 Jan 1976 in Coffey Co., KS; buried in Bailey Cemetery, Coffey Co., KS.

 

Notes for Jasper Burton Stutsman

      In 1920 Jasper farmed in Lincoln, Coffey Co., KS with wife Nettie and 5 children. In 1930 he farmed in California, Coffey Co. with Nettie and 6 children.

 

      Children of Jasper Burton Stutsman and Nettie Maude Quinn were as follows:

      483     i           Clyde E.6 Stutsman, born 1905/06 in KS.

      484     ii          George B.6 Stutsman, born 1906/07 in KS.

      485     iii         Jesse Lee6 Stutsman, born 4 Jan 1911 in Coffey Co., KS; died 8 Sep 1939 in Hartford, Lyon Co., KS; buried in Hartford Cemetery, Hartford, Lyon Co., KS.   Notes: Jesse died in a tractor accident.

      486     iv         Bessie M.6 Stutsman, born 1915/16 in KS.

      487     v          Edith F.6 Stutsman, born 1919/20 in Coffey Co., KS.

+    488     vi         Alice Lucile6 Stutsman, born 14 Jan 1924 in New Strawn, Coffey Co., KS; died 4 Nov 2003 in Topeka, Shawnee Co., KS; buried in Bailey Cemetery, Coffey Co., KS.  She married Charley E. Dwight.

      489     vii        Mary6 Stutsman, born 1926/27 in Coffey Co., KS.

 

 

295. Stephen Commodore5 Hook (Agnes Isabella4 Turner, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 25 Aug 1866 in IL; died 3 Nov 1937 in Clay Co., AR.  He married (1) on 11 Jan 1897 in Sullivan, Moultrie Co., IL Luella Pearl Davis, born Jul 1882 in IL; (2) on 25 Sep 1929 in Piggott, Clay Co., AR Elizabeth M. Charleville, born 1873/74 in Ste. Genevieve, MO; died 26 Nov 1958 in Nursing Home, Corning, AR; buried in Piggott Cemetery, Piggott, AR, daughter of Peter Charleville and Josephine Levrard.

 

Notes for Stephen Commodore Hook

      In 1900 Commodore was a day laborer in Jonathan Creet, Moultre Co., IL with wife Pearl and daughter Fleta. In 1930 Steven C. Hook (63 IL) was a fruit farmer in St. Francis, Clay Co., AR with his wife G. Lizzie (53 MO), grandson Louis C. Moore (12 AR), and step-daughter Mabel L. Neace (14 AR).

 

Notes for Elizabeth M. Charleville

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses: Henry Neace & James Rector

 

      Children of Stephen Commodore Hook and Luella Pearl Davis were as follows:

      490     i           Fleta Agnes6 Hook, born 21 Feb 1899 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL.

 

 

296. Perry Elmer Decatur5 Underwood (Agnes Isabella4 Turner, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 3 Oct 1870 in Lovington, Moultre Co., IL; died 19 May 1944 in Thomas, Custer Co., OK.  He married (1) on 3 Oct 1898 in Moultrie Co., IL Gertrude Beatrice Allen, born Mar 1874 in IL; (2) in 1920 Frances Lee (---), born 31 May 1893 in Gainesville, TX; died 15 Jan 1977.

 

Notes for Perry Elmer Decatur Underwood

      In 1900 Perry was a house painter residing in Sullivan City, Sullivan Township, Moultrie Co., IL (page 246) with his wife Gertrude B. and son Gerald V.

     

      Obituary, The Oklahoman, May 20, 1944, pg 5:

--Thomas Tribune Publisher Dies--

     Perry E D Underwood, 74, publisher of the Thomas Tribune since 19.., died at his home in Thomas Friday morning following a three months illness.

     Underwood was born in Lovington IL on Oct 3, 1870, started in the newspaper business at a very young age in Decatur IL. An Oklahoma publisher since 1912, he published papers in Purcell and El Reno before finally ...cating in Thomas.

     Underwood is survived by a daughter, Mrs Roger Hamilton, home address; four sons, Maj G V (Gerald) Underwood of Fresno CA, Capt H (Harold) Underwood of Upland CA, SK2 Thomas Perry Underwood of San Francisco CA, and Lt Robert L Underwood of Lincoln NE.

 

Notes for Gertrude Beatrice Allen

      Both of Gertrude's parents were from Ohio.

 

Notes for Frances Lee (---)

      Lawton Constitution, Lawton, Oklahoma, Monday, January 17, 1977, Page 4

Frances Underwood
Word has been received here of the death of Frances Lee Underwood of Atlanta, Georgia, a longtime newspaper employee and the mother of Mary Clare Soper, 607 Columbia (Lawton). Mrs. Underwood died there Saturday (15th) in a nursing home.

Funeral will be at 2 p. m. Wednesday in the Street and Draper Funeral Home Chapel, Oklahoma City, with burial in Rose Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Underwood was born May 31 1893, in Gainesville, Texas. She was a former Lawton resident and was employed with the Lawton Morning news in 1949. She married P. E. D. Underwood in 1920. Mr. Underwood owned the Thomas (Oklahoma) Tribune and was publisher of the El Reno American. He died in February 1944.

Mrs. Underwood worked as daily editor of the Elk City Daily News before coming to the Lawton Morning Press. She later worked as a feature writer for the Gadsden Times, Gadsden, Alabama, for a number of years. She was a member of the Baptist Church and many civic organizations. Mrs. Underwood was also listed in Who¿s Who in American Women.

Survivors include a daughter, Mary Clare Soper, of 607 Columbia, (Lawton); two sons, Colonel (Ret) R. L. Underwood, Pensacola, Florida, and Thomas P. Underwood, Atlanta; two brothers, Q. C. Roberts, San Antonio, Texas and Glen of Corpus Christi, Texas, three sisters, Clare Roberts Brogan, San Antonio; Mrs. W. H. Davidson, Houston; and Mrs. Don Paulk, Marshall, Texas; five grandchildren and two great grandchildren.

 

      Children of Perry Elmer Decatur Underwood and Gertrude Beatrice Allen were as follows:

      491     i           Gerald Vincent6 Underwood, born 10 Jul 1899 in Moultre Co., IL.

      492     ii          Leila Doreen6 Underwood, born 2 Nov 1900 in Moultre Co., IL.

 

      Children of Perry Elmer Decatur Underwood and Frances Lee (---) were as follows:

      493     i           Harold6 Underwood.

      494     ii          Thomas Perry6 Underwood.

      495     iii         Mary C.6 Underwood.

      496     iv         Robert L.6 Underwood.

 

 

297. William Thomas5 Wren (Mary Anne Moulton4 Turner, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 26 Sep 1868 in Moultre Co., IL; died 19 May 1929 in Holland, Shelby Co., IL.  He married (1) on 25 Dec 1890 Juretta Catherine (Gretta) Osborne, born 1871/72 in IL; died 6 Sep 1893 in IL, daughter of Henry Osborne and Susan (---); (2) on 18 Nov 1894 Margaret Elmira Temperance (Marguerite) Trigg, born May 1876 in IL.

 

Notes for William Thomas Wren

      In 1900 William was a day laborer living north of the Vandalia RR, Lovington Township, Moultrie Co., IL (page 179) with his wife Marguerite E. and children Other C., Cora E., and Ella M. In 1910 he was a photographer in Johnson, Carter Co., MO with wife Margarett and 5 children. In 1920 he was taking pictures in Black River, Wayne Co., MO with Margrett and sons Earl, Walter, and Charles.

 

      Children of William Thomas Wren and Juretta Catherine (Gretta) Osborne were as follows:

      497     i           Carl Other6 Wren, born 3 Nov 1891 in Moultre Co., IL.   Notes: In 1910 Other lived with his grand[parents N.G. and S.E. Wren in Lovington, Moultre Co., IL.

 

      Children of William Thomas Wren and Margaret Elmira Temperance (Marguerite) Trigg were as follows:

      498     i           Cora Esther6 Wren, born 22 May 1896 in Moultrie Co., Il.

      499     ii          Ellen Mary6 Wren, born 20 Jan 1899 in Moultrie Co., Il.

      500     iii         William L.6 Wren, born 1901/02 in IL.

      501     iv         Nathanial Earl6 Wren, born 1904/05 in IL.

      502     v          Walter B.6 Wren, born 1906/07 in IL.

      503     vi         Roy6 Wren, born abt 1913 in MO; died Infant in MO.

      504     vii        Charles Artie6 Wren, born 1917 in MO.

 

 

301. William Calvin5 Turner (William Franklin (Frank)4, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 17 Nov 1877 in Moultre Co., IL; died 30 Jun 1914 in Hutchinson, Reno Co., KS; buried in Inman North Cemetery, Inman, McPherson Co, KS.  He married in 1900/01 Bessie Ellen (Elizabeth) Smith, born 1881 in IL; died 31 Dec 1959 in McPherson Co, KS; buried in Inman North Cemetery, Inman, McPherson Co, KS.

 

Notes for William Calvin Turner

      In 1910 Calvin farmed in Little Valley Township, McPherson Co., KS with wife Bessie and daughters Gertie E., Martha I., Ruth M., and Pauline B.

 

      Children of William Calvin Turner and Bessie Ellen (Elizabeth) Smith were as follows:

      505     i           Gertie E.6 Turner, born 1902/03 in MO.

      506     ii          Martha Irene6 Turner, born 1904/05 in NE.

      507     iii         Ruth May6 Turner, born 1906/07 in NE.

      508     iv         Pauline B.6 Turner, born 1909/10 in KS.

 

 

302. Stephen Jabez5 Turner (William Franklin (Frank)4, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 5 Jul 1881 in Lovington, Moultre Co., IL; died 23 Jan 1922 in IL; buried 26 Jan 1922 in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., Il.  He married (1) on 26 Jul 1904 Elizabeth Reedy, born 17 Dec 1885 in IL; died 5 Apr 1916 in Moultre Co., IL; buried in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., Il; (2) Charlotta Pugh, born 1894/95 in CO.

 

Notes for Stephen Jabez Turner

      In 1900 Stephen was a servant to William Sayer, farmer in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL (page 178). In 1910 he farmed in Valley, Reno Co., KS with wife Elizabeth and son Raymond O. In 1920 Steven was a battery man at Collender Factory residing at 173-1/2 Muskegon Avenue, Muskegon, Muskegon Co., MI.

 

      Children of Stephen Jabez Turner and Elizabeth Reedy were as follows:

      509     i           Walter Roy6 Turner, born 17 May 1904 in Moultre Co., IL; died 6 Aug 1905 in Moultre Co., IL; buried in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., Il.

      510     ii          Raymond O.6 Turner, born 1905/06 in IL.

 

      Children of Stephen Jabez Turner and Charlotta Pugh were as follows:

      511     i           Robert Edward6 Turner, born 3 Nov 1917 in IN.

      512     ii          Margaret Elizabeth6 Turner.

 

 

303. Ottoman Earl5 Turner (William Franklin (Frank)4, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 20 Jul 1884 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 4 Aug 1981 in Mattoon, Coles Co., IL; buried in Dodge Grove Cemetery, Mattoon, Coles Co., IL.  He married (1) on 24 Jul 1904 Laura May Smith, born 1883 in IN; died 23 Jan 1936 in Mattoon, Coles Co., IL; buried in Dodge Grove Cemetery, Mattoon, Coles Co., IL, daughter of Allen Smith and Rebecca Ellen Kinnaman; (2) in 1964 Effie Brandy Gibson, died 1972.

 

Notes for Ottoman Earl Turner

      In 1920 Otto E. farmed in Lovington Township, Moultrie Co., IL (page 1) with his wife Laura Mae (36 IN) and children Mildred Vera, Earl, Florence M., Reba Ellen, Franklin H., Vivian B., and Warren A.

 

      Children of Ottoman Earl Turner and Laura May Smith were as follows:

+    513     i           Vera Mildred6 Turner, born 1 Jul 1906 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 25 Jan 1988 in Ventura Co., CA.  She married (1) James T. Collins; (2) Russell Seitz.

+    514     ii          Earl Hestain6 Turner, born 24 Feb 1909 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., Il; died Jul 1969.  He married Jane Lawry.

+    515     iii         Florence May6 Turner, born 4 Oct 1910 in Hammond, Piatt Co., Il; died 31 Oct 1992 in Mattoon, Coles Co., IL; buried in Dodge Grove Cemetery, Mattoon, Coles Co., IL.  She married Olaf Glenn Cole.

+    516     iv         Reba Ellen6 Turner, born 18 Sep 1912 in Jasper Co., IN; died 8 Apr 1959 in Decatur, Macon Co., IL; buried in Dodge Grove Cemetery, Mattoon, IL.  She married (1) Charles Weimer Betz; (2) Kenneth Norton.

+    517     v          Franklin Hugh6 Turner, born 25 Dec 1914 in Jasper Co., IN; died 20 Apr 1979 in Coles Co., IL; buried in Dodge Grove Cemetery, Mattoon, Coles Co., IL.  He married (1) Ruby Cora Eden; (2) Lucille Pugsley.

      518     vi         Vivian Bernice6 Turner, born 14 Sep 1917 in Jasper Co., IN; died 12 Oct 1980 in Coles Co., IL; buried in Dodge Grove Cemetery, Mattoon, Coles Co., IL.  She married (1) Wayne Cribelar, born 25 May 1914 in Clark Co., IL; died 31 Jul 1988 in Washtenaw Co., MI; buried in Highland Park Cemetery, Ypsilanti, Washtenaw Co., MI, son of William Curtis Cribelar and Tressie Maude O'Dell; (2) Cecil Jones.

+    519     vii        Loren Allen6 Turner, born 25 Jan 1919 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL.  He married Clare Berniece Reed.

+    520     viii       William Fred6 Turner, born 13 Dec 1920 in Lovington, Moultre Co., IL; died 9 Nov 2006 in Mattoon, Coles Co., IL.  He married Naomi Alice (Bonnie) Dewar.

+    521     ix         Forrest Galen6 Turner, born 11 Jan 1922 in Indiana, IL; died 5 Oct 1962 in Mattoon, Coles Co., IL; buried in Dodge Grove Cemetery, Mattoon, Coles Co., IL.  He married Marjorie Willison.

+    522     x          Ottoman Earl (Junior)6 Turner Jr., born 23 Jul 1923 in Indiana, IL; died 14 Apr 1977 in Mattoon, Coles Co., IL; buried in Dodge Grove Cemetery, Mattoon, Coles Co., IL.  He married Jessie Jenkins.

      523     xi         Ruby Juanita6 Turner, born 24 Sep 1928 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 3 Oct 1993 in Ventura Co., CA.  She married (1) Monk Holmes; (2) Carl Peel; (3) Charles Apodaca.

 

 

304. Charles Guy5 Turner (William Franklin (Frank)4, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 8 Apr 1887 in Lovington, Moultre Co., IL; died 1 Jan 1964 in Douglas Co., KS; buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Baldwin City, Douglas Co., KS.  He married in Sep 1905 in IL Maude Estella Patrick, born 22 Nov 1884 in KS; died Sep 1978 in Douglas Co., KS; buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Baldwin City, Douglas Co., KS, daughter of Edward Patrick and Alice Kimler.

 

Notes for Charles Guy Turner

      In 1940 Guy farmed in Harrison, Franklin Co., KS with wife Maud, 5 sons, and brother-in-law Charles Patrick.

 

Notes for Maude Estella Patrick

      In 1900 Maude E. Patrick (Nov 1884, KS) was a cousin in Unity, Piatt Co., IL with James T. Patrick and family.

 

      Children of Charles Guy Turner and Maude Estella Patrick were as follows:

+    524     i           Opal Euphemia6 Turner, born 25 Aug 1906 in Lovington, Moultre Co., IL; died 12 Aug 2000 in Lawrence Hospital, KS; buried in Sabetha Cemetery, Sabetha, Nehama Co., KS.  She married Ralph A. West.

      525     ii          Wilse Livingston6 Turner, born 16 Sep 1908 in Shellyville, IL; died 24 Apr 1981 in Douglas Co., KS; buried in Union Cemetery, Douglas Co., KS.  He married in Sep 1937 Amy I. Best, born 20 Jan 1906; died 17 Aug 1966 in Douglas Co., KS; buried in Union Cemetery, Douglas Co., KS.

+    526     iii         Violet Louise6 Turner, born 27 Feb 1910 in Inman, KS; died 16 Jan 2004 in Douglas Co., KS; buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Baldwin City, Douglas Co., KS.  She married Emery Elmer Cortright.

      527     iv         Bonnie Marie6 Turner, born 5 Nov 1911 in Inman, KS; died 31 Jan 2007 in Coppell, Dallas Co., TX.  He married on 23 Apr 1938 James J. Nevius, born 1903/04 in KS.

      528     v          Eugene Guy6 Turner, born 29 Jun 1915 in Little Rivers, KS.  He married on 15 Aug 1943 Lillian Reise, born abt 1920.   Notes: In 1940 Neil and brother Gene were gold mine laborers lodging at Springfield Road, Palmer, 3rd Judicial Dist., Alaska.

+    529     vi         Neil Winfield6 Turner, born 17 Dec 1918 in Oneida, KS; died 6 Jan 1993 in Scottsdale, Maricopa Co., AZ; buried in Paradise Memorial Gardens Mausoleum.  He married (1) Katherine Hoyt; (2) Ethel M. Kingsford.

      530     vii        Ima Maxine6 Turner, born 13 Dec 1920 in Oneida, KS.  She married on 16 Dec 1946 Wayne Ward Page.

      531     viii       Clifford Dale6 Turner, born 7 Jul 1923 in Oneida, KS.  He married on 5 Jun 1947 Marjorie Printg.

+    532     ix         Wayne Darrel6 Turner, born 10 Oct 1925 in KS; died 15 Sep 1978 in Kern Co., CA.  He married Anna Belle Hawkins.

+    533     x          Glenn Iris6 Turner, born 18 Apr 1927 in KS.  He married Martha Anna Heegaar.

 

 

305. Raymond Edward5 Turner (William Franklin (Frank)4, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 17 Apr 1889 in Lovington, Moultre Co., IL; died 3 Sep 1982 in Ottawa, Franklin Co., KS; buried in Mount Calvary Cemetery, Ottawa, Franklin Co., KS.  He married (1) Ada Schultee, born in KS; (2) Agatha Eva (---), born 5 Dec 1891 in KS; died 17 Dec 1979 in Ottawa, Franklin Co., KS; buried in Mount Calvary Cemetery, Ottawa, Franklin Co., KS.

 

Notes for Raymond Edward Turner

      In 1940 Raymond farmed in Lincoln, Franklin Co., KS with wife Agatha and 7 children.

 

      Children of Raymond Edward Turner and Ada Schultee were as follows:

      534     i           Orville Edward6 Turner, born in KS.

      535     ii          James Franklin6 Turner, born in KS.

 

      Children of Raymond Edward Turner and Agatha Eva (---) were as follows:

+    536     i           Roland6 Turner, born 1919 in KS; died 1986 in Ottawa, Franklin Co., KS; buried in Mount Calvary Cemetery, Ottawa, Franklin Co., KS.  He married Frances M. Mages.

+    537     ii          Mary Johanna6 Turner, born 1 Dec 1921 in Lakin, Kearney Co., KS; died 27 Mar 2012 in Ottawa, Franklin Co., KS.  She married Orville Jackson (Jack) McClure.

      538     iii         Claude6 Turner, born 1924/25 in KS.

+    539     iv         Loyola C.6 Turner, born 1925/27 in KS.  She married William G. Hutchison.

      540     v          Frederick L. (Fred)6 Turner, born 20 Feb 1929 in KS; died 7 Jan 1994 in Ottawa, Franklin Co., KS; buried in Mount Calvary Cemetery, Ottawa, Franklin Co., KS.  He married Beverly A. (---), born 9 Mar 1932.

      541     vi         Charlotte6 Turner, born 1930/31 in KS.

      542     vii        Ruth6 Turner, born 1933/34 in KS.

 

 

306. John Addison5 Turner (William Franklin (Frank)4, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 12 Oct 1894 in Lovington, Moultre Co., IL; died 16 Jan 1974 in Nehama Co., KS; buried in Oneida Cemetery, Oneida, Nemaha Co., KS.  He married on 6 Feb 1913 in Eureka, Greenwood Co., KS Eva Lora Satterlee, born 19 Nov 1896 in KS; died 9 Oct 1939 in Nehama Co., KS; buried in Oneida, Nemaha Co., KS, daughter of George Satterlee and Lora E. (---).

 

Notes for John Addison Turner

      In 1930 John farmed in Gilman, Nehama Co., KS with wife Eva, 4 sons, and mother Hannah.

 

      Children of John Addison Turner and Eva Lora Satterlee were as follows:

      543     i           Wendell Leslie6 Turner, born 1913/14 in KS.

      544     ii          Donald Owen6 Turner, born 20 Oct 1914 in KS; died 21 Nov 1988 in Escambia Co., FL.

      545     iii         Homer (Pat)6 Turner, born 20 Nov 1918 in Muskegon, Muskegon Co., MI; died 2 Oct 1954 in Nehama Co., KS; buried in Oneida Cemetery, Oneida, Nemaha Co., KS.

      546     iv         Vernon6 Turner, born 1923/24 in KS.

      547     v          Girl6 Turner, born 7 Jun 1931 in Nehama Co., KS; died 7 Jun 1931 in Nehama Co., KS; buried in Oneida Cemetery, Oneida, Nemaha Co., KS.

      548     vi         Girl6 Turner, born 7 Jun 1931 in Nehama Co., KS; died 7 Jun 1931 in Nehama Co., KS; buried in Oneida Cemetery, Oneida, Nemaha Co., KS.

 

 

307. Jesse Hesten5 Turner (William Franklin (Frank)4, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 28 Feb 1896 in Lovington, Moultre Co., IL; died 21 Sep 1979 in Rensselaer, Jasper Co., IN; buried in Weston Cemetery, Rensselaer, Jasper Co., IN.  He married Opal Esther Myers, born 1898 in IN; died 22 Jan 1948 in Lake Co., IN; buried in Weston Cemetery, Rensselaer, Jasper Co., IN, daughter of Sarah E. (---).

 

Notes for Jesse Hesten Turner

      In 1920 Jesse was a farm laborer in Lovington Township, Moultrie Co., IL (page 3) with his wife Opal and son Floyd. In 1930 he was a sawmill laborer on Talmur Avenue, North Judson, Starke Co., IN with Opal and 4 children. In 1940 he was a cream buyer for Armours Cream Company in Wheatfield, Jasper Co., IN with Opal and 4 children.

 

      Children of Jesse Hesten Turner and Opal Esther Myers were as follows:

      549     i           Floyd6 Turner, born 1916/17 in IL.

      550     ii          Howard6 Turner, born 1922/23 in IN.

      551     iii         Edna6 Turner, born 1923/24 in IN.

      552     iv         Esther6 Turner, born 1926 in IN.

      553     v          Kenneth6 Turner, born 1935/36 in IN.

      554     vi         Betty Jean6 Turner, born 1938 in IN.

 

 

309. Nicholas Buillion5 Wood (Margaret Angeline4 Turner, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 30 Jun 1871 in Moultrie Co., IL; died 26 Oct 1938; buried in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., IL.  He married (1) on 21 Sep 1903 in Vigo Co., IN Ella Hanzy; (2) Ella May Smith; (3) in 1910 Nettie Lowrey.

 

Notes for Nicholas Buillion Wood

      Nicholas was a private in Co. H, 4th Regt. in the Spanish American War. In 1900 he was a farm laborer lodging in Harrison, Vigo Co., IN.

 

      Children of Nicholas Buillion Wood and Ella May Smith were as follows:

      555     i           Nona6 Wood, died 11 Aug 1907, buried in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., Il.

 

      Children of Nicholas Buillion Wood and Nettie Lowrey were as follows:

      556     i           Everett Wayne6 Wood, born 14 Jan 1912.

 

 

314. Barbara Anna5 Wood (Margaret Angeline4 Turner, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 11 Oct 1881 in Moultrie Co., IL; died 27 Nov 1909; buried in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., IL.  She married on 26 Dec 1900 Marion Hollenbeck.

 

      Children of Barbara Anna Wood and Marion Hollenbeck were as follows:

      557     i           Anderron Irvin6 Hollenbeck, born 8 Sep 1901 in Moultrie Co., Il; died May 1966.  He married in 1942 Elane Bradshaw.

      558     ii          Raymond Henry6 Hollenbeck, born 22 Feb 1903 in Moultrie Co., Il.

      559     iii         Wade6 Hollenbeck, born 9 Sep 1905 in Moultrie Co., Il.

      560     iv         Mervin6 Hollenbeck, born 7 Aug 1908 in Moultrie Co., Il.

      561     v          Child6 Hollenbeck, born 22 Nov 1909 in Moultrie Co., Il; died Infant.

 

 

315. Mary Elizabeth5 Wood (Margaret Angeline4 Turner, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 19 Aug 1885 in Moultrie Co., IL; died 1 Nov 1934.  She married on 25 Dec 1901 Charles R. Powers.

 

      Children of Mary Elizabeth Wood and Charles R. Powers were as follows:

      562     i           Mildred Blanche6 Powers, born 16 Mar 1902 in Moultrie Co., Il.

      563     ii          Omer Leo6 Powers, born 15 Jun 1903 in Moultrie Co., Il.

      564     iii         Dail6 Powers, born 5 Feb 1905 in Moultrie Co., Il.

      565     iv         Clara Merle6 Powers, born 30 Oct 1907 in Il.

      566     v          Helen6 Powers, born 14 Dec 1910 in Il.

      567     vi         Paul6 Powers, born 26 Sep 1913 in Il.

 

 

317. Clara Etta5 Wood (Margaret Angeline4 Turner, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 1 Apr 1889 in Moultrie Co., IL; died 24 Jan 1959 in Springfield, Sangamon Co., IL.  She married on 4 Mar 1919 Ernest T. Budberg, born 27 Apr 1888; died Jun 1978 in Springfield, Sangamon Co., Il.

 

Notes for Ernest T. Budberg

      S/S 348-07-6621.

 

      Children of Clara Etta Wood and Ernest T. Budberg were as follows:

      568     i           Ernest Theodore6 Budberg, born 3 Aug 1923 in Il.

 

 

318. Samuel Scott5 Wood (Margaret Angeline4 Turner, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 15 Sep 1891 in Moultrie Co., IL; died 29 Dec 1979 in Decatur, Macon Co., IL.  He married on 25 Apr 1911 Olive Messmore, born 16 Sep 1896; died Nov 1983 in Gary, Lake Co., Il.

 

Notes for Samuel Scott Wood

      S/S 329-01-0214.

 

      Children of Samuel Scott Wood and Olive Messmore were as follows:

      569     i           Audrey Juanita6 Wood, born 1 Oct 1914 in Il.

 

 

319. Clarence Rex5 Wood (Margaret Angeline4 Turner, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 12 Dec 1893 in Moultrie Co., IL.  He married on 15 Apr 1915 Mary Decker.

 

      Children of Clarence Rex Wood and Mary Decker were as follows:

      570     i           Lela Letha6 Wood, born 16 Oct 1915 in Il.

      571     ii          Clarence6 Wood, born 7 Nov 1916.

 

 

322. Bertha Cecil5 Bennett (Eliza Catherine4 Turner, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 14 Jan 1876 in Moultrie Co., Il.  She married in Jun 1904 Fletcher Bradley.

 

      Children of Bertha Cecil Bennett and Fletcher Bradley were as follows:

      572     i           Teddy Harold6 Bradley, born 9 Apr 1905 in Moultrie Co., Il.

      573     ii          Lawrence6 Bradley, born 1 Jul 1906 in Moultrie Co., Il.

      574     iii         Carrol6 Bradley, born 17 Nov 1908 in Moultrie Co., Il.

      575     iv         Franklin6 Bradley, born 30 Dec 1909 in Moultrie Co., Il.

      576     v          Nova6 Bradley, born 15 Nov 1911 in Moultrie Co., Il.

      577     vi         Russell6 Bradley, born 10 Jan 1914 in Moultrie Co., Il.

      578     vii        Mary Elizabeth6 Bradley, born 15 Sep 1917 in Moultrie Co., Il.

 

 

323. Clara Ola5 Bennett (Eliza Catherine4 Turner, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 26 Feb 1878 in Moultrie Co., Il.  She married on 6 May 1896 Richard Lee.

 

      Children of Clara Ola Bennett and Richard Lee were as follows:

      579     i           Inez Pearl6 Lee, born 9 Jan 1900 in Moultrie Co., Il.  She married on 14 Feb 1925 Ernest Riggle.

 

 

324. Rev. James Norton5 Bennett (Eliza Catherine4 Turner, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 25 Mar 1880 in Moultrie Co., IL; died 1961 in IL; buried in Seminary Cemetery, Vandalia, Fayette Co., IL.  He married on 2 Feb 1902 Josephine B. (Josie) Forbes, born 31 Aug 1882 in Effingham, IL; died 1974 in IL; buried in Seminary Cemetery, Vandalia, Fayette Co., IL, daughter of John Forbes and Sarah Webb.

 

      Children of Rev. James Norton Bennett and Josephine B. (Josie) Forbes were as follows:

      580     i           Gladys Marie6 Bennett, born 14 Sep 1903 in Effington Co., IL; died 1986 in Fayette Co., IL; buried in Seminary Cemetery, Vandalia, Fayette Co., IL.  She married Ray McCann, born 1893.

+    581     ii          Zelma Merle6 Bennett, born 26 Mar 1905 in Effingham, Il.  She married A. Martin Lofgren.

+    582     iii         Bertha Emma Belle6 Bennett, born 11 Jan 1907 in Il.  She married William Donald Ashbrook.

      583     iv         Beulah Irene6 Bennett, born 14 Mar 1910 in Vandalia, Il.  She married (1), divorced  Vaughn Hollman; (2) Virgil Baldwin.

+    584     v          Edmond Harold6 Bennett, born 7 Dec 1911 in Vandalia, Il.  He married Lois Shelford.

+    585     vi         John Nelson6 Bennett, born 29 Dec 1913 in Walnut Hill, Il.  He married Dorothy Jean Campbell.

+    586     vii        Wilis Lloyd6 Bennett, born 15 Dec 1915 in Il.  He married Arline (---).

+    587     viii       Peacie Berzetta6 Bennett, born 30 Oct 1917 in IL; died 21 Jun 1967 in Wood River, Madison Co., IL; buried in Green Hill Cemetery, Van Burensburg, Montgomery Co., IL.  She married (1) Harry McIntosh; (2) Leo Kunz.

+    588     ix         Pauline Leone6 Bennett, born 6 Sep 1919 in Bruce, Moultrie Co., IL.  She married Denver Wayne Kunz.

+    589     x          Paul Starling6 Bennett, born 2 Aug 1921 in Il.  He married (1) June (---); (2) Lois Jean.

+    590     xi         Alice Catherine6 Bennett, born 3 Aug 1923 in Vandalia, Il.  She married Ralph Stivers.

      591     xii        Anita June6 Bennett, born 23 Jun 1925 in Il; died Aug 1925.

      592     xiii       Betty Lois6 Bennett, born 27 Jun 1927 in IL; died 11 Nov 1932 in Fayette Co., IL; buried in Seminary Cemetery, Vandalia, Fayette Co., IL.

 

 

325. Ernest Harry5 Bennett (Eliza Catherine4 Turner, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 15 Jun 1882 in Moultrie Co., Il.  He married Minnie Ogg.

 

      Children of Ernest Harry Bennett and Minnie Ogg were as follows:

      593     i           Russell6 Bennett, born 25 Jun 1914 in Il.

      594     ii          Burnadine6 Bennett, born 17 Nov 1917 in Il.

      595     iii         William Eugene6 Bennett, born 8 Mar 1926 in Il.

 

 

326. Effie Barbara5 Bennett (Eliza Catherine4 Turner, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 22 Oct 1884 in Moultrie Co., Il; died 8 May 1970 in Manatee Co., FL; buried in Mansion Memorial Park & Funeral Home, Ellenton, Manatee Co., FL.  She married on 30 Dec 1900 Louis E. Baughman, born 1878/79 in IL, son of Francis M. Baughman and Rhoda (---).

 

Notes for Louis E. Baughman

      In 1910 Louis farmed in Summit, Effingham Co., IL with wife Effie and children Beatrice, Theodore, and Harry. In 1920 he farmed in Cottonwood, Cumberland Co., IL with Effie and family.

 

      Children of Effie Barbara Bennett and Louis E. Baughman were as follows:

      596     i           Beatrice6 Baughman, born 15 Mar 1903 in IL.

      597     ii          Theodore, Cecil6 Baughman, born 30 Aug 1906 in IL.

      598     iii         Harry D.6 Baughman, born 5 Feb 1909 in Effington Co., IL; died 15 Aug 1938 in Decatur, Macon Co., IL; buried in Funkhouser, Effington Co., IL.

      599     iv         Clive6 Baughman, born 1 Aug 1911 in IL.

      600     v          Mildred Leona6 Baughman, born 11 Jul 1914 in IL.

      601     vi         Minnie Fern (Fernie)6 Baughman, born 18 Jan 1917 in IL; died 6 Sep 2007 in Manatee Co., FL; buried in Mansion Memorial Park & Funeral Home, Ellenton, Manatee Co., FL.  She married Charles O. Gray, born 2 Aug 1912; died 19 Oct 1993 in Coles Co., IL; buried in Mound Cemetery, Charleston, Coles Co., IL, son of Samuel Oren Gray and Mary Elizabeth Wall.

      602     vii        Opal6 Baughman, born 8 Jul 1919 in IL.

      603     viii       Albert Ray6 Baughman, born 9 Mar 1922 in IL.

      604     ix         Alberta Fay6 Baughman, born 9 Mar 1922 in IL.

      605     x          Donald Eugene6 Baughman, born 15 Nov 1925 in IL; died 27 Mar 1998 in Manatee Co., FL; buried in Mansion Memorial Park & Funeral Home, Ellenton, Manatee Co., FL.

 

 

327. Elmer Henry5 Turner (John Stephen4, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 8 Oct 1877 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 11 Dec 1924 in Alta Vista, Clay Co., KS; buried in Broughton Cemetery, Clay Center, Clay Co., KS.  He married in 1898 in Washington Co., KS Emily Catherine Strayer, born 27 Apr 1882 in Rockport, Atchison Co., MO; died 12 Sep 1942 in Harlingen, Cameron Co., TX; buried in Broughton Cemetery, Clay Center, Clay Co., KS, daughter of James K. Polk Strayer and Martha Washington Belding.

 

Notes for Elmer Henry Turner

      In 1900 Elmer farmed in Lowe Township, Washington Co., KS with his wife Emma and daughter Ines C. In 1910 Elmer was a section foreman for the railroad in Stevens Creek Precinct, Lancaster Co., NE (page 100a) with his wife Emma and 5 children. In 1920 he was as section foreman at Camp Clark, Morrill Co., NE with his family.

     

      Elmer was the son of John Stephen Turner and Hannah E Bailey. He grew up in Lovington IL and Belvidere NE and married Emily Catherine Strayer in 1898. They had 9 children. Elmer worked as a railroad foreman for the railroad and worked in Belvidere, Camp Clark & Stevens Creek NE; Lowe, Union, & Broughton KS; Iowa; Carpenter WY; and finally Alta Vista KS.

     He buried his son, Berl, in Broughton, 3 years before his death. When he died, he left behind his wife, Emily, 5 grown children, a son age 12, and twin girls, age 1.

     His obituary in the Clay Center Times, 18 Oct 1924 read, "Elmer Turner, formerly section foreman for the Rock Island railroad at Broughton, died very suddenly at Alta Vista Thursday, December 11. He was very well known and liked in the Broughton community where he lived for some time. He was transferred by the railroad company to Alta Vista last spring. The body was shipped to Broughton and burial was made in the cemetery there Sunday by the side of his little son Burl [sic] who died during their residence at Broughton."

 

Notes for Emily Catherine Strayer

      Emily's father was born in MI and mother in MO. Birth in 1900 cenus given as Apr 1881.

     

      Obituary:

Emily "Emma" Catherine Strayer was born April 27 1882 at Rockport, MO, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Strayer. She died on 12 Sep 1942 at Harlingen, TX. When she was a small girl she moved with her parents and other family members to Mahaska, KS, where she attended school and grew to womanhood. In 1893 (?) she married Elmer Turner in Washington County. Nine children were born to this union all of whom were living at the time of her death except a son, Beryl, who died ub 1919 [alive in 1920 census]. The family lived in Broughton and later in Alta Vista [both in Clay Co., KS]. Mr Turner died 11 Dec 1924 and Mrs. Turner and the children remained in Alta Vista. In May 1929 Mrs. Turner married Herman Kahle of Alta Vista and in later years they lived in Harlingen, TX. The obit lists the children as follows: Neta and Neva of Harlingen, TX; Inez Payne and Mrs. wilma Peterson of Detroit, MI, Nellie Rankin of Peabody, KS, Kenneth Turner of Clay Center, KS, James Turner of Lock Springs, MO, and Glenn Turner of Boise, ID. It also mentions that she had 5 sisters and 3 brothers and her husband Herman Kahle were still living at her death. Funeral Services were conducted at the Peterson-Neill Chapel in Clay Center, KS, and burial at Broughton (Clay County) cemetery.

 

      Children of Elmer Henry Turner and Emily Catherine Strayer were as follows:

      606     i           Inez C.6 Turner, born 16 Dec 1899 in KS.

      607     ii          Kenneth Irwin6 Turner, born 30 Aug 1902 in Nehama Co., KS; died 22 Sep 1956 in Lincoln, Lancaster Co., NE; buried in Broughton Cemetery, Clay Center, Clay Co., KS.  He married in 1939 in Council Grove, KS, divorced  Florence E. Kennedy, born 28 Oct 1916 in Clay Center, Clay Co., KS; died 10 Feb 2009 in Cuero, DeWitt Co., TX; buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Clay Center, Clay Co., KS, daughter of Frank Benton Kennedy and Sylvia Esther Bruns.   Notes: The Clay Center Times. Clay Center, Kansas. 24 Sept 1956. Below the fold. -----Article: "Kenneth Turner Dies At Veterans Hospital" Kenneth Turner, 57 of Scandia, formerly of Clay County, died Saturday at the Veterans Hospital in Lincoln, Neb., after a serious illness of six months. Mr. Turner was a farmer in Clay County for a good many years. He then moved from there to Linn, living there until one and a half years ago when he and his family moved to Scandia. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Ida Turner of the home; four daughters, Mary Katherine Turner of Scandia; Mrs. Herbert Lee of Tyler, Tex., and Carol K. Turner and Mrs. Virgil Lloyd of Clay Center; five sisters and one brother. Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2, in the Peterson-Neill Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Mr. Burnhard of Washington in charge. Interment will be in the Broughton Cemetery.

      608     iii         James Stephen6 Turner, born 15 Nov 1903 in KS; died 7 Dec 1955 in Tulare Co., CA.

      609     iv         Nellie E.6 Turner, born 15 Nov 1905 in NE.

      610     v          Wilma J.6 Turner, born 23 Aug 1909 in NE.

      611     vi         Glen Elmer6 Turner, born 8 Sep 1912 in Prarie, NE; died 8 Jul 1971 in Portland, Multnomah Co., OR; buried in Willamette National Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah Co., OR.

      612     vii        Beryl Iris6 Turner, born 23 Feb 1915 in NE; died 21 Oct 1921 in Broughton, Clay Co., KS; buried in Broughton Cemetery, Clay Center, Clay Co., KS.   Notes: Berl was the youngest son of Elmer and Emily (Strayer) Turner. He died at the age of 6. His obituary printed in the Clay Center Times read: "Turner: - Beryl, the seven-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. K. Turner at Broughton, died Friday after an illness of only a few days. He was a bright, lovable child and Mr. and Mrs. Turner have the sincere sympathy of the entire community in their sorrow. Private funeral services were held Saturday morning at the Broughton cemetery by Rev. Mitchell of Wakefield."

      613     viii       Neva6 Turner, born 5 Nov 1923 in NE.

      614     ix         Neta Leon6 Turner, born 5 Nov 1923 in NE; died 15 Jul 2001 in Cameron Co., TX; buried in Harlingen-Combes Memorial Cemetery, Combes, Cameron Co., TX.  She married George Stanton, born 8 Aug 1918; died 23 Jul 1989 in Cameron Co., TX; buried in Harlingen-Combes Memorial Cemetery, Combes, Cameron Co., TX.

 

 

330. George Anderson (Georgie)5 Turner (John Stephen4, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 29 Oct 1887 in Belvidere, Thayer Co., NE; died 25 May 1963 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., UT; buried 29 May 1963 in Memorial Gardens of The Valley, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., UT.  He married on 8 Mar 1922 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Ut Harriet Fern Hartle, born 18 Nov 1896 in Charleston, Wasatch Co., UT; died 30 May 1993, daughter of John Charles Hartle and Sarah Ann Steadman.

 

Notes for George Anderson (Georgie) Turner

      George was a farm hand, always wanting a farm of his own, but he went broke during the big depression when he had a thousnd chicks and a couple of big coops.  Eighty percent of his chickens died of lchicken pox just before they were old enough to start laying.  He moved us up to the

state of Washington then on a 17-acre stump ranch.  He worked hard and tried to clear the land, but couldn`t afford the equipment for it.  He tried the shipyards along with his son Norval in 1943, but his eyes could not stand the welders` flashes, so he became a custodian of schools and other large

buildings, and that`s what he was the rest of his life.

     

      He met Harriet while working as a farm hand in Utah, and they married after several years.

     

      How he ended up in Utah, he was working his way west to see the big Redwoods after WW1 (He was in it for a short time), became interestefd in the LDS Church and never made it to the redwoods till Norval took him there about eight months before his death.  He stood standing, gazing

up at those magnificent trees.

 

      Children of George Anderson (Georgie) Turner and Harriet Fern Hartle were as follows:

+    615     i           John Stephen6 Turner, born 19 Feb 1923 in Hunter, Salt Lake Co., UT; died 27 Mar 2001 in San Pedro, Los Angeles, CA.  He married (1) Maxine Carol Louise Peter; (2) Audrey Coshow.

+    616     ii          Norval George6 Turner, born 9 Jul 1924 in Hunter, Salt Lake Co., UT; died 27 Feb 2007 in Murray, UT.  He married Beatrice Mary Howells.

+    617     iii         Adeline6 Turner, born 7 Jun 1926 in Hunter, Salt Lake Co., UT.  She married Roscoe B. McKay.

+    618     iv         William Vern6 Turner, born 4 Jun 1928 in Hunter, Salt Lake Co., UT.  He married Helen Henrietta Plowman.

      619     v          Marion6 Turner, born 3 Jun 1930 in Hunter, Salt Lake Co., UT; died 30 Mar 2005.  He married on 26 Aug 1952 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., UT Emma Lucile Silcox, born 31 May 1921, daughter of Austin Stephen Silcox and Edith Helen Steadman.

+    620     vi         Dora May6 Turner, born 10 Feb 1932 in Hunter, Salt Lake Co., UT.  She married (1) John White Gaster; (2) Jarvis Dewayne Peck.

+    621     vii        Leola6 Turner, born 20 Jan 1934 in Hunter, Salt Lake Co., UT.  She married Evem Wayne Stanley.

+    622     viii       Barbara Lee6 Turner, born 29 Jan 1937 in Amboy, Clark Co., WA.  She married Roy Val Eliason.

+    623     ix         Jerold Owen6 Turner, born 11 Jun 1939 in Amboy, Clark Co., WA.  He married Renee Brimhall.

+    624     x          Carol Fern6 Turner, born 2 Jun 1942 in Amboy, Clark Co., Wa.  She married Joseph Deon Hutchings.

 

 

331. Bertha Gertrude5 Turner (John Stephen4, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 9 Feb 1891 in Belvidere, Thayer Co., NE; died 22 Nov 1980 in Denver, Denver Co., CO.  She married (1) on 22 Aug 1912 in Nodaway Co., MO, divorced  Clyde William Hoshor, born 3 Apr 1887 in Maryville, Nodaway Co., MO; died Aug 1966 in Barnard, Nodaway Co., MO, son of William Douglas Hoshor and Laura Francis Gressly; (2) Grover Cleveland Buckland, born 15 Jan 1886 in Bonner Spring, KS; died 24 Jan 1956 in Vancouver, Clark Co., WA; buried in Park Hill Cemetery, Vancouver, Clark Co., WA, son of William Buckland and Martha Hughes.

 

Notes for Clyde William Hoshor

      In 1920 and 1930 Clyde farmed in White Cloud, Nodaway Co., MO with wife Bertha.

 

Notes for Grover Cleveland Buckland

      In 1920 Grover was a railroad clerk rooming in Kansas City, Jackson Co., MO with his wife Myrtle. In 1930 he was a lay inspector for the Department of Agricultural at 1422 25th Street, Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA with wife Bertha. In 1940 he was an inspector for a fracking house at 812 South Spring Avenue, Sioux Falls, Minnehaha Co., SD with wife Bertha and daughter Mary.

 

      Children of Bertha Gertrude Turner and Clyde William Hoshor were as follows:

      625     i           Truman Wilson6 Hoshor, born 1 Sep 1913 in Barnard, Nodaway Co., MO; died 20 Feb 1985 in Kansas City, Platte Co., MO; buried in Leavenworth National Cemetery, Levenworth, Levenworth Co., KS.  He married on 24 Dec 1940 in Nodaway Co., MO Frances Maffitt, born 1921/22 in Barnard, Nodaway Co., MO.

 

      Children of Bertha Gertrude Turner and Grover Cleveland Buckland were as follows:

      626     i           Mary Elvira6 Buckland, born 30 Nov 1935 in Sioux Falls, SD.  She married Mr. Wood.

 

 

332. William Stephen5 Turner (John Stephen4, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 22 May 1893 in Belvidere, Thayer Co., NE; died 19 Apr 1982 in East Wenatchee, Douglas Co., WA.  He married (1) on 22 Apr 1913 in Crocker, Pulaski Co., Mo Cora May Walters, born Mar 1897 in Crocker, Pulaski Co., MO; died 4 Jan 1919 in Peru, Nemaha Co., NE, daughter of Joseph W. Walters and Phoebe Adeline (---); (2) on 20 Dec 1933 in Klamath Falls, OR Lillie Belle Rowe.

 

Notes for William Stephen Turner

      William left home at age 14. He took out a homestead in 1920 in Klamath Falls, Oregon, remarried there and stayed in that area until 1958, then moved to Wenatchee, WA.

     

      William registered for the draft in 1917 for WWI in North Glen Rock Precinct, Nemaha Co., NE.

 

      Children of William Stephen Turner and Cora May Walters were as follows:

      627     i           Joseph Earl6 Turner, born 28 Apr 1916 in Peru, Nemaha Co., NE.   Notes: In 1930 Irl and Richard lived with their grandparents Joseph and Phoebe Walters in Tavern Township, Pulaski Co., MO (page 227).

      628     ii          Lawrence Richard6 Turner, born 1918 in Peru, Nemaha Co., NE.   Notes: In 1930 Irl and Richard lived with their grandparents Joseph and Phoebe Walters in Tavern Township, Pulaski Co., MO (page 227). In 1940 he was a nephew with Edwarda Ruth and family on Railroad Street, Crocker, Pulaski Co., MO.

 

 

334. Letha Fay5 Turner (John Stephen4, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 9 Jul 1898 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 21 Dec 1976 in Vancouver, Clark Co., WA.  She married (1) Earl D. Lewis, born 1893/94 in WY; (2) Lester C. Laughlin, born 1896/97 in IN; died 4 Mar 1969 in Vancouver, Clark Co., WA.

 

Notes for Earl D. Lewis

      In 1920 Earl was a resturant cook lodging at 1821 Cass Street, Omaha, Douglas Co., NE with wife Lethia and son Robert.

 

Notes for Lester C. Laughlin

      In 1940 Lester was a boiler maker helper in a railroad shop at 3400 U Street, Vancouver, Clark Co., WA with wife Letha.

 

      Children of Letha Fay Turner and Earl D. Lewis were as follows:

      629     i           Robert Earl6 Lewis, born 1919/20 in NE.

      630     ii          Glen Edward6 Lewis, born abt 1923.   Notes: Glen was adopted out.

 

 

335. Nellie Pearl5 Crowder (Nancy Jane4 Turner, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 25 Feb 1882 in Hammond, Piatt Co., Il; died 18 Jun 1934 in Urbana, Il; buried 20 Jun 1934 in Urbana, Il.  She married on 28 Sep 1904 in Brocton, IL John Alexander Freeman, born 3 Dec 1882 in Monroe City, MO; died 16 Oct 1947 in Decatur, IL; buried 18 Oct 1947 in Urbana, IL, son of Albert Freeman and Sarah Elizabeth (---).

 

      Children of Nellie Pearl Crowder and John Alexander Freeman were as follows:

+    631     i           Albert Lyle6 Freeman, born 10 Jul 1909 in Paris, Edgar Co., IL; christened Sep 1909 in 1st Methodist Church, Paris, Edgar Co., Il.  He married Rae Pauline Reed.

+    632     ii          Eugenia6 Freeman, born 9 Aug 1913 in Decatur, Macon Co., Il; christened Oct 1913 in Decatur, Macon Co., Il.  She married James Wall Cawood.

 

 

336. Rollo Earl5 Crowder (Nancy Jane4 Turner, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 2 Jan 1884 in Hammond, Piatt Co., IL; died 6 Jan 1960.  He married on 22 Oct 1909 Ola May Lusk, born 5 Sep 1890 in Grayslake, IL; died 2 Apr 1945 in Peoria, IL.

 

      Children of Rollo Earl Crowder and Ola May Lusk were as follows:

+    633     i           Leila Margaret6 Crowder, born 2 May 1910 in Liberal, KS.  She married Denzel Loren Emery.

      634     ii          Lourene Pearl6 Crowder, born 6 Mar 1912 in Hammond, Piatt Co., Il; died 28 Feb 1966.

+    635     iii         Leonard Verlyn6 Crowder, born 10 Dec 1914 in Liberal, Seward Co., KS.  He married Florence Eire Treece.

+    636     iv         Wilford Lawrence6 Crowder, born 24 Mar 1919 in Liberal, Seward Co., KS.  He married (1) Alice Eileen Abbott; (2) Irene Gilbert.

+    637     v          Raymond6 Crowder, born 30 Jan 1921 in Liberal, Seward Co., KS; died 23 Nov 1955.  He married Betty Mosser.

+    638     vi         Lowell Eldon6 Crowder, born 16 Jul 1923 in Liberal, Seward Co., KS.  He married Betty Colleen Ferguson.

+    639     vii        Lamon Darrell6 Crowder, born 24 Nov 1925 in IL; died 6 Dec 1966 in IL.  He married Mary Joan Shipman.

+    640     viii       Clifford Leon6 Crowder, born 24 Jul 1928 in Liberal, Seward Co., KS.  He married Beverly Mae Flippin.

 

 

339. Margaret (Maggie) Raye5 Crowder (Nancy Jane4 Turner, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 14 Jul 1891 in Hammond, Piatt Co., IL; died 5 Oct 1979 in Sullivan, Moultrie Co., IL; buried in Hammond Cemetery, Hammond, Piatt Co., IL.  She married on 21 Sep 1910 Walter Ferris Askins, born 2 Feb 1888 in Piatt Co., IL; died 4 Jan 1965 in Hammond, Piatt Co., IL; buried in Hammond Cemetery, Hammond, Piatt Co., IL.

 

Notes for Walter Ferris Askins

      In 1920 Walter was a farm laborer in Cerro Gordo, Piatt Co., IL with wife Margaret and 3 children.

 

      Children of Margaret (Maggie) Raye Crowder and Walter Ferris Askins were as follows:

+    641     i           Leland Revere6 Askins, born 18 Apr 1911 in Hammond, Piatt Co., IL; died Deceased.  He married Bernice (---).

+    642     ii          Genevieve Lenore6 Askins, born 29 Apr 1914 in Hammond, Piatt Co., IL; died 20 Apr 1978 in Decatur, Macon Co., IL; buried in Hammond Cemetery, Hammond, Piatt Co., IL.  She married Earl F. Legge.

+    643     iii         Maj. Lynn Delmar6 Askins, born 24 Feb 1918 in IL; died 27 Aug 1998 in IL; buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Grayville, Edwards Co., IL.  He married Vivian Taylor.

 

 

340. Virgil Turner5 Crowder (Nancy Jane4 Turner, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 25 Dec 1895 in Hammond, Piatt Co., IL; died 12 May 1974 in Decatur, Macon Co., IL; buried in Hammond Cemetery, Hammond, Piatt Co., IL.  He married (1) on 12 Feb 1923 Vera May Walker, born 1904; (2) Katherine Seiber.

 

Notes for Virgil Turner Crowder

      Virgil was a veteran of WWI.

 

      Children of Virgil Turner Crowder and Vera May Walker were as follows:

      644     i           Mary Allena6 Crowder, born 19 Nov 1923.   Notes: Adopted.

      645     ii          Virgil6 Crowder Jr..   Notes: Adopted.

      646     iii         Averil Ladine6 Crowder.

 

 

342. Jesse Aaron5 Turner (George Henry4, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 27 Apr 1885 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 18 Apr 1958 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., CA; buried in Inglewood Park Cemetery, Inglewood, Los Angeles Co., CA.  He married on 1 Jan 1911 in Reno, Ok Goldie Ann Johnson, born 19 Jun 1893 in Mound City, Linn Co., KS; died 29 Oct 1991 in Torrance, Los Angeles Co., Ca, daughter of Laclede Todd Johnson and Laura Jane Springer.

 

Notes for Jesse Aaron Turner

      Goldie and Jess lived at 403 E. Maple, Enid, OK from about 1916 to 1919.  They moved to Los Angeles in 1919/20. In 1920 Jess was an insurance salesman residing at 7222 Beach Wood Street, San Antonio Township, Los Angeles Co., CA with Goldie and children Pauline and George. They divorced in 1925. In 1930 Jesse was an insurance salesman residing at 1251 Florence Avenue, Los Angeles with his children Pauline and Le Roy. In 1930 Goldie was housekeeper in a lodging house at 1145 West 35th Street, Los Angeles with her daughter Ladona and 5 lodgers. Goldie and Jess remarried in 1932. In 1838 they lived at 942 1/2 W. 59th Street, Los Angeles. Goldie and Jess lived in Southwest Los Angeles for 37 years, where Jess was an insurance salesman and operated Speedy Cleaners, a dry cleaners, for 15 years at 5226 S. Hoover, LA.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Jesse and Goldie divorced in 1925 and remarried in 1932.

 

Notes for Goldie Ann Johnson

      CA Death Index lists birth as 17 June 1893.

Goldie and Jess lived at 403 E. Maple, Enid, OK from about 1916 to 1919.  They moved to Los Angeles in 1919/20.  They divorced in 1925 and remarried in 1932.  Goldie and Jess lived in Southwest Los Angeles for 37 years, where Jess was an insurance salesman and operated Speedy Cleaners, a dry cleaners, for 15 years at 5226 S. Hoover, LA.

 

     After Jess' death Goldie remarried to Diamond Joe (Shorty) Nabors. He was born 31 July 1907 in Chattanooga, Hamilton Co., TN, son of Robert Hugh Nabors and Nellie Catherine Hixon. He worked for the circus and was an iron worker (Local #333), usually working in highway construction. In a letter written in 1977 Goldie said about getting old, "but glad I have Joe, he is so good to help me." Joe last lived at 2506 Grant Avenue, #C, Redondo Beach, CA where he died at home on 3 April 1990.

     

         Children of Jesse Aaron Turner and Goldie Ann Johnson were as follows:

+    647     i           Pauline Ruth6 Turner, born 2 Dec 1911 in Mullinsville, KS; christened 8 Apr 1944 in St. Cross Episcopal Church, Hermosa Beach, Los Angeles Co., CA; died 15 Nov 1998 in Torrance, Los Angeles Co., CA; buried in Oakhill Cemetery, Oakhurst, Madera Co., CA.  She married Frank Fennimore Doig.

+    648     ii          George Leroy6 Turner, born 22 Aug 1913 in Mullinsville, KS; died 23 Apr 2006 in Las Vegas, NV.  He married (1) Thelma Mae Farmer; (2) Nancy Margaret Pryor.

+    649     iii         LaDona Kathleen6 Turner, born 16 Oct 1920 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., CA; died 1 Sep 1984 in Bass Lake, Madera Co., CA; buried in Oakhill Cemetery, Oakhurst, Madera Co., CA.  She married Lawrence Edward Pieper.

 

The Turner Family - Mullinsville, KS

The Turner Family - Mullinsville, KS

Jesse Aaron Turner

Jess, grandson Clayton & Trixie

Goldie, mother Laura and younger

Jess and crew

Donie and elders

Goldie & Donie

Goldie in Oklahoma

Jess Turner (center)

Turner family - 1925

Enid, Oklahoma

Jess & Leroy - Venice

 

Thanksgiving - 1936

Jess

Christmas - 1937

 

 

343. James Marion5 Turner (George Henry4, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 21 Jan 1887 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 22 Aug 1966 in Fairfield, Fairfield Co., CT; buried in McConnelsville, Morgan Co., OH.  He married on 29 Dec 1908 in IL Myrtle May Aschermann, born Jun 1888 in IL; died 17 Jun 1945 in McConnelsville, Morgan Co., OH; buried in McConnelsville, Morgan Co., OH, daughter of John Aschermann and Linda C. Lewis.

 

Notes for James Marion Turner

      In 1910 James was a public school teacher boarding with his wife Myrtle in Shurrad Village, Richard Grove Township, Mercer Co., IL. In 1920 and 1930 James was a superintendent of public schools in St. Paris Village, Johnson Township, Champaign Co., OH with his wife Myrtle and daughters.

     

      Obituary: The Times Recorder, Zanesville, OH, 23 Aug 1966 -

McConnelsville - James M. Turner, 79, of McConnelsville, a former superintendent of McConnelsville school system, died at 2:30 a.m. Monday (Aug. 22), at Fairfield, Conn. following a long illness. Boring in Lovinginton, Ill., Jan 21, 1887, he was the son of George and Eliza Burnett Turner. He retired from his position as superintendent of schools in 1948. He was a member of Trinity Methodist Church, Masonic Lodge of St. Paris, OH and a member and past president of the Ohio Education Association.

Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. William (Eleanor) Donnely of Fairfield, Mrs Charles (Linda) Whitaker of Norfold, Va., Mrs. H. W. (Martha) Dean of Columbus; a brother S. Oral Turner of Monticello, Ill., a sister Mrs. Carl Velzy of Dayton; and nine grandchildren.

Services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday at Fisher Funeral Home here. Burial will be in Mcconnelsville Cemetery. Friends may call 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home.

 

      Children of James Marion Turner and Myrtle May Aschermann were as follows:

      650     i           Russell A.6 Turner, born 1 Oct 1910 in Sherrard, Mercer Co., IL; died 8 Sep 1912 in Mansfield, Richland Co., OH; buried in McConnelsville, Morgan Co., OH.

+    651     ii          Linda May6 Turner, born 5 Feb 1913 in Mansfield, Richland Co., OH; died 2 Jun 2006 in Shelton, Fairfield Co., CT.  She married Charles Johnson Whitaker.

+    652     iii         Eleanor Mary6 Turner, born 14 Aug 1917 in McConnelsville, Morgan Co., OH; died 11 May 2004 in FirstHealth Moore Regional Hospital, Pinehurst, CT.  She married (1) Dr. William Augustus Donnelly; (2) Francis Fitzpatrick.

+    653     iv         Martha Ann6 Turner, born 6 Jun 1924 in St. Paris, Champaign Co., OH; died 2 Feb 1999 in Phoenix, Maricopa Co., AZ; buried in National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona, Phoenix, Maricopa Co., AZ.  She married Hugh W. Dean.

 

James Marion Turner

 

On 1908 Postcard (Dixon, IL)

from James to brother Jesse

Turner Family in Illinois - James on left

 

 

 

344. Stephen Oral5 Turner (George Henry4, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 2 Mar 1889 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 16 May 1982 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; buried in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., IL.  He married on 22 Feb 1909 Lora Bessie Funston, born 15 May 1891 in Arthur, Moultrie Co., IL; died 1991 in Moultre Co., IL; buried in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., IL, daughter of John Wesley Funston and Emma Seeman.

 

Notes for Stephen Oral Turner

      Oral played for the Lovington Township High School football team in 1908. In 1920 Oral farmed in Lovington Township, Moultrie Co., IL (page 1) with his wife Lora and children Eloise, Mardis, and Winifred.

 

      Children of Stephen Oral Turner and Lora Bessie Funston were as follows:

+    654     i           Eloise Lucile6 Turner, born 12 May 1909 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 30 Jan 1992.  She married Dale Bateman Lawrence.

+    655     ii          Mardis Blaine6 Turner, born 29 Jul 1914 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 4 Jan 1973 in Long Beach, Los Angeles Co., CA.  He married Donna Angers.

+    656     iii         Winifred Oral (Bud)6 Turner, born 28 Sep 1916 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL.  He married Jenievere Rosella Hye.

+    657     iv         Lorene June6 Turner, born 28 Jun 1920 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 18 Dec 2010 in Piatt County Nursing Home, Monticello, IL; buried in Bement Cemetery, Bement, Piatt Co., IL.  She married Ted Robert Brittenham.

      658     v          Deane Edwin6 Turner, born 21 Feb 1926 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 1940 in Moultre Co., IL; buried in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., IL.   Notes: During WWII Deane served A/S USNR.

 

Stephen Oral Turner

and Lora Bessie Funston

 

 

346. Catherine Ruth5 Turner (George Henry4, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 30 Aug 1895 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 25 Aug 1956.  She married (1) on 22 Jan 1918 in Moultrie Co., IL William T. Smith Jr., born Oct 1891 in IL; died 28 Jun 1952 in San Bernardino Co., CA, son of William Smith Sr. and Johanna Ryan; (2) John Dolan.

 

Notes for Catherine Ruth Turner

      Kathering graduated from high school in 1914 in a class of 15 students.

 

Notes for William T. Smith Jr.

      In 1920 William farmed in Dora Township, Moultrie Co., IL (page 9) with his wife Ruth T., daughter Johanna H., and cousin Roy Josefan Smith, 20 IL. In 1940 he was was a laborer in Lovington, Moutlrie Co. with wife Ruth and daughter Imogene.

 

      Children of Catherine Ruth Turner and William T. Smith Jr. were as follows:

+    659     i           Johanna Ellen6 Smith, born 19 Apr 1919 in Moultrie Co., IL.  She married Thomas S. Collins.

+    660     ii          Imogene Ruth6 Smith, born 22 May 1922 in IL.  She married John Virgil Dobbs Jr..

 

 

347. Stephen Garfield5 McCune (Christina America4 Turner, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 22 Sep 1880 in IL; died 1957 in MO; buried in Campground Cemetery, Scotland Co., MO.  He married on 22 Dec 1901 Bessie E. Corwin, born 1881 in MO; died 10 Mar 1973 in MO; buried in Campground Cemetery, Scotland Co., MO, daughter of Anselum (Ans) Corwin and Mary Burrus.

 

Notes for Stephen Garfield McCune

      In 1920 Gar farmed in Union, Scotland Co., MO with wife Bessie and 4 children.

 

      Children of Stephen Garfield McCune and Bessie E. Corwin were as follows:

      661     i           Mary Irene6 McCune, born 7 Jul 1903 in MO.

      662     ii          Charles Anslem6 McCune, born 16 Oct 1905 in MO.

      663     iii         Allena Maude6 McCune, born 19 Sep 1908 in MO.

      664     iv         Corwin Emmett6 McCune, born 20 May 1915 in MO.

      665     v          Imogene (Emagene) Nelle6 McCune, born 12 May 1917 in Scotland Co., MO; died 28 Nov 1995 in Kirkville, Adair Co., MO; buried in Campground Cemetery, Scotland Co., MO.  She married Morris A. Walker Jr., born 7 Jul 1923 in MO, son of Morris A. Walker and Roxibelle Kaser.

 

 

348. Vivia Myrtle5 McCune (Christina America4 Turner, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 8 Nov 1883 in Moultrie Co., IL; died 27 Feb 1910 in Scotland Co., MO; buried in Dover Cemetery, Memphis, Scotland Co., MO.  She married on 25 Dec 1904 John William Priest, born 20 Sep 1878 in Scotland Co., MO; died 31 Mar 1955 in Scotland Co., MO; buried in Dover Cemetery, Memphis, Scotland Co., MO, son of Col. John W. Priest and Rhoda A. Downing.

 

      Children of Vivia Myrtle McCune and John William Priest were as follows:

      666     i           Paul William6 Priest, born 31 Jan 1906 in Scotland Co., MO; died 5 Feb 1906 in Scotland Co., MO; buried in Dover Cemetery, Memphis, Scotland Co., MO.

      667     ii          Dorothy Lucile6 Priest, born 19 Mar 1907.

 

 

349. Oscar Dayton5 McCune (Christina America4 Turner, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 25 May 1886 in IL; died Oct 1983 in Schuyler Co., MO; buried in Downing City Cemetery, Downing, Schuyler Co., MO.  He married (1) on 2 Feb 1908 Mary Alice Clarkson, born 17 Apr 1885 in Schuyler Co., MO; died 8 Apr 1949 in Schuyler Co., MO; buried in Downing City Cemetery, Downing, Schuyler Co., MO, daughter of W. P. Clarkson and Susan Kirkland; (2) on 12 Sep 1950 in Adair Co., MO Velma Green, born 1892/93.

 

Notes for Oscar Dayton McCune

      In 1930 Oscar farmed in Independence, Schuyler Co., MO with wife M. Alice and sons Fred and Paul.

 

Notes for Velma Green

      Surname also reported as Rose.

 

      Children of Oscar Dayton McCune and Mary Alice Clarkson were as follows:

      668     i           Mary Louise6 McCune, born 23 Mar 1909; died Oct 1982 in Schuyler Co., MO; buried in Downing City Cemetery, Downing, Schuyler Co., MO.  She married Charles Dawson, born 10 Nov 1903; died May 1982 in Schuyler Co., MO; buried in Downing City Cemetery, Downing, Schuyler Co., MO.

+    669     ii          Fred Clarkson6 McCune, born 25 Nov 1915 in Schuyler Co., MO; died 10 Jan 2004 in Adair Co., MO.  He married Helen Verlee Jones.

+    670     iii         Paul Turner6 McCune, born 1926/27 in MO.  He married Dee Lois Byrn.

 

 

350. Iva Mabel5 McCune (Christina America4 Turner, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 22 Aug 1889 in IL; died 1930/40.  She married on 3 Feb 1908 Virgil Lee North, born 26 Apr 1882 in Scotland Co., MO; died 3 Oct 1942 in Ridgefield, Clark Co., WA; buried in Ridgefield Cemetery, Ridgefield, Clark Co., WA, son of William T. North.

 

Notes for Virgil Lee North

      In 1930 Virgil was a laborer for road construction at 304 North Main Street, Memphis, Scotland Co., MO with wife Iva and 4 children. In 1940 he was a widower and farm laborer with his daughter Helen McKnight and family at Sara-Ridgefield pavement at Gee Creek, Clark Co., WA. In 1942 Virgil lived in Ridgefield, Clark Co., WA.

     

      Virgil died by drowning in a pond on his employer's farm; he fell out of a rowboat with large boots on and was unable to swim. The family name of his employer was Sevier.

 

      Children of Iva Mabel McCune and Virgil Lee North were as follows:

      671     i           Harold Lee6 North, born 7 Feb 1909 in Downing, Schuyler Co., MO; died 15 Mar 1992 in Kahoka, Clark Co., MO; buried in Keokuk National Cemetery, Keokuk, Lee Co., IA.  He married Elsie Monroe, born 8 May 1916 in IA; died 28 Jun 1992 in MO; buried in Keokuk National Cemetery, Keokuk, Lee Co., IA.   Notes: In 1940 Harold was an assist. superintendent as a light & water plant at 320 North Lincoln Street, Memphis, Scotland Co., MO with wife Elsie. Harold was a Tec 5 in the US Army.

+    672     ii          Cleoma Pearl6 North, born 27 May 1910 in Memphis, Scotland Co., MO; died 7 Oct 1985 in Puyallup, Pierce Co., WA.  She married James Hollis Drummond.

+    673     iii         Helen Christine6 North, born 23 Oct 1914 in Downing, Schuyler Co., MO.  She married Wallace McKnight.

      674     iv         Mary Blanche6 North, born 8 Aug 1917 in Downing, Schuyler Co., MO.  She married George Roberts.

      675     v          Doris Louise6 North, born 28 Dec 1919 in Memphis, Scotland Co., MO.  She married Howard Latterell.

      676     vi         Leslie6 North, born 28 Oct 1931 in Memphis, Scotland Co., MO.  She married Robert Cox.

 

 

351. Zelma Jewell5 McCune (Christina America4 Turner, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 24 Aug 1891 in IL; died 18 Mar 1969 in Bingham Co., ID; buried in Grove City Cemetery, Blackfoot, Bingham Co., ID.  She married on 19 Jan 1910 Osaca (Oscar) Orestus North, born 25 Jun 1888 in MO; died 25 Apr 1955 in Bingham Co., ID; buried in Grove City Cemetery, Blackfoot, Bingham Co., ID.

 

Notes for Osaca (Oscar) Orestus North

      In 1930 Oscar was a produce dealer at 127 North Clay Street, Memphis, Scotland Co., MO with wife Zelma, 4 children, and a servant. In 1940 he was a field produce man for a creamery at 210 South Spruce, Blackfoot, Bingham Co., ID with Zelma and 3 daughters.

 

      Children of Zelma Jewell McCune and Osaca (Oscar) Orestus North were as follows:

      677     i           Russell6 North, born 22 Jul 1910 in MO; died 22 Oct 1910 in MO.

      678     ii          Landis Carrie Verle6 North, born 10 Aug 1911 in MO; died 1988 in Bingham Co., ID; buried in Grove City Cemetery, Blackfoot, Bingham Co., ID.

      679     iii         Roy Kenneth6 North, born 14 Oct 1913 in MO.

      680     iv         Bernice Maxine6 North, born 5 Jan 1921 in MO.

      681     v          Betty P.6 North, born 1923/24 in MO.

      682     vi         Ramona6 North, born 1928 in MO.

      683     vii        Marjorie6 North, born 1933/34 in MO.

 

 

352. Mary Edith5 McCune (Christina America4 Turner, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 13 Jul 1896 in MO; died 1993 in King Co., WA; buried in Acacia Memorial Park and Funeral Home, Lake Forest Park, King Co., WA.  She married on 23 May 1916 Clifford Stipp, born 1894 in MO; died 1976 in King Co., WA; buried in Acacia Memorial Park and Funeral Home, Lake Forest Park, King Co., WA.

 

Notes for Clifford Stipp

      In 1920 Clifford was a bookkeeper for a rubber company at 431 Forest Avenue, Des Moines, Polk Co., IA with wife Mary and sons Robert and Edith. In 1930 he was credit manager for a rubber company at 3001 East 8th Street, Des Moins with Edith and 2 sons.

 

      Children of Mary Edith McCune and Clifford Stipp were as follows:

      684     i           Charles Grant6 Stipp, born 15 Apr 1917 in IA.  He married on 12 Jun 1943 in Jackson Co., MO Agnes Elizabeth Wanek, born 1919/20.

      685     ii          Robert Lee6 Stipp, born 1918/19 in IA.

 

 

354. William Arthur5 White (Charity Emaline4 Turner, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 2 Jun 1882 in Moultrie Co., IL; died 2 Jun 1946 in Downing, Schuyler Co., MO.  He married (1) on 1 Mar 1903 Daisy Grace Mullins, born 5 Dec 1886 in Schuyler Co., MO; died 1968 in Hutchinson, KS, daughter of Osel Thomas Mullins and Margaret Ann Cook; (2) on 6 Mar 1915 Edna Bondurant, born 1887/88 in MO.

 

Notes for William Arthur White

      In 1920 William worked in a shoe factory in Kirkville, Adair Co., MO with wife Edna and 4 sons.

 

      Children of William Arthur White and Daisy Grace Mullins were as follows:

      686     i           Noble Odell6 White, born 21 Nov 1904 in MO.

      687     ii          Noel Earl6 White, born 26 Oct 1906 in Downing, Schuyler Co., MO; died 11 Jun 1990 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake City Co., UT; buried in Mount Calvary Cemetery, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake City Co., UT.  He married on 19 Sep 1936 Eva Gazell.   Notes: Noel Earl "Bill" White, age 83, died June 11, 1990 in Salt Lake City.      Born October 26, 1906 in Downing, Missouri to Arthur and Grace Mullins White.      Married Eva Gazell on September 19, 1936. He was a member of UA Local 57, a union coal miner and also owned and operated Bill and Eva's Cafe at Kimball's Junction. He loved to fish and hunt, was a member of Park City Elk's Lodge, a Shriner, and member a El Kalah Temple.      Survivors include his wife, Eva; brothers, Norval, Vance, and Elmo White; sister Althea Taylor; nephew Bill White; sons, Steve, Billy, and David; and their families. Preceded in death by his brother, Noble; and sister, Yvonne White.      Graveside Services will be held on Thursday at 11:00 a.m. at Mount Calvary Catholic Cemetery, 4th Avenue and T Street. Friends may call on Thursday one hour prior to the services at Neil O'Donnell & Sons Mortuary, 372 East 100 South.      Published in the Deseret News on June 13, 1990.

+    688     iii         Norval Arthur6 White, born 17 Mar 1909 in MO; died 27 Aug 1990 in Medicine Lodge, Barber Co., KS; buried in Highland Cemetery, Medicine Lodge, Barber Co., KS.  He married Opal J. (---).

 

      Children of William Arthur White and Edna Bondurant were as follows:

      689     i           Vance Turner6 White, born 13 Jan 1916 in Mo.   Notes: Vance served in the US Navy in WWII.

      690     ii          Elmo Gale6 White, born 17 Jul 1919 in MO; died 2 Jul 2000 in Kansas City, MO.

      691     iii         Yvonne Edna6 White, born 14 Feb 1926 in Mo.

 

 

355. Ethel May5 White (Charity Emaline4 Turner, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 5 Nov 1884 in IL; died Mar 1975 in Downing, Schuyler Co., MO; buried in Downing City Cemetery, Downing, Schuyler Co., MO.  She married on 3 Nov 1909 Albert Orville Clarkson, born 1880 in MO; died 5 Dec 1948 in Downing, Schuyler Co., MO; buried in Downing City Cemetery, Downing, Schuyler Co., MO, son of William P. Clarkson and Susan Ann Kirkland.

 

Notes for Albert Orville Clarkson

      In 1930 Orville farmed in Independence, Schuyler Co., MO with wife Ethel.

 

      Children of Ethel May White and Albert Orville Clarkson were as follows:

      692     i           Ruth Hildred6 Clarkson, born 26 Jun 1911 in MO.

      693     ii          William White6 Clarkson, born 17 Dec 1919 in MO; died 4 Sep 1929 in Schuyler Co., MO.

      694     iii         Lester Leo Mathes6 Clarkson, born 1934 in MO.

 

 

356. Mary Golda5 White (Charity Emaline4 Turner, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 10 May 1887 in IL; died 1985 in Cheyenne Wells, Cheyenne Co., CO; buried in Fairview Cemetery, Cheyenne Wells, Cheyenne Co., CO.  She married on 8 Dec 1909 Elmer Carl Driscoll, born 28 Aug 1885 in MO, son of Martin V. Driscoll and Elsina (Elaine) (---).

 

Notes for Elmer Carl Driscoll

      In 1920 Elma C. Driscoll farmed in Arapahoe, Cheyenne Co., CO with wife Mary and 2 children; his parents lived next door.

 

      Children of Mary Golda White and Elmer Carl Driscoll were as follows:

      695     i           Clarence Edward6 Driscoll, born 1 Sep 1910 in Vandalia, Il; died 4 Oct 1938 in Cheyenne Wells, Cheyenne Co., CO; buried in Fairview Cemetery, Cheyenne Wells, Cheyenne Co., CO.  He married Dorothy (---).

      696     ii          Sylvia Pearl6 Driscoll, born 3 Dec 1912 in Araphaho, Co; died 25 Jul 2010 in Cheyenne Wells, Cheyenne Co., CO; buried in Fairview Cemetery, Cheyenne Wells, Cheyenne Co., CO.  She married Roy Thompson, born 5 Sep 1900; died 22 Jan 1993 in Cheyenne Wells, Cheyenne Co., CO; buried in Fairview Cemetery, Cheyenne Wells, Cheyenne Co., CO.   Notes: Sylvia Pearl Thompson, 97, passed away July 25, 2010 at Cheyenne Manor Nursing Home in Cheyenne Wells.      Sylvia was born Dec. 3, 1912 in Arapahoe.      She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Roy Thompson, one brother, a niece, Vivian (Bill) Peterson and one nephew, Merlin Driscoll.      Sylvia is survived by a great niece: Diana (Ron) Smith of Cheyenne Wells, great great nieces and nephews Mandy (Gary) Nevin, Myka (Jack) Ryser, Myles (Shannon) Smith, great great great nieces and nephews Tyce, Destiny, Kody, Paige and Trevin, as well as five cousins and many friends.      Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, July 28, 2010 at Brown Funeral Home Chapel in Cheyenne Wells . Visitation will be prior to the funeral service at the funeral home. Burial will take place at Fairview Cemetery in Cheyenne Wells.      Memorial contributions can be made to Cheyenne Manor Nursing Home in Cheyenne Wells.

 

 

357. Fred Fay5 White (Charity Emaline4 Turner, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 9 Apr 1890 in IL; died 2 Feb 1955 in Callaway Co., MO; buried in Downing City Cemetery, Downing, Schuyler Co., MO.  He married on 1 Mar 1913 Verna M. Coger, born 19 Aug 1891 in IL; died Feb 1981 in Downing, Schuyler Co., MO; buried in Downing City Cemetery, Downing, Schuyler Co., MO.

 

Notes for Fred Fay White

      In 1940 Fred was the past owner of a retail grocery store in Downing, Schuyler Co., MO with wife Verna and daughters Vera and Dorothy.

 

      Children of Fred Fay White and Verna M. Coger were as follows:

      697     i           Rolla Murial6 White, born 27 Jul 1914 in MO.

      698     ii          Vera Faye6 White, born 15 Jul 1921 in MO.

      699     iii         Dorothy Lu6 White, born 1 Jan 1924 in MO.

 

 

358. Grace Erma5 White (Charity Emaline4 Turner, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 23 Aug 1893 in IL; died Sep 1974 in Schuyler Co., MO; buried in Downing City Cemetery, Downing, Schuyler Co., MO.  She married on 22 Dec 1917 William (Willie) R. Waide, born 1892 in MO; died 1941 in Schuyler Co., MO; buried in Downing City Cemetery, Downing, Schuyler Co., MO.

 

Notes for William (Willie) R. Waide

      In 1920 Willie farmed in Independence, Schuyler Co., MO with wife Erma and daughter Letha.

 

      Children of Grace Erma White and William (Willie) R. Waide were as follows:

      700     i           Letha Fern6 Waide, born 19 Sep 1918 in MO; died 31 Oct 2004 in Willis, Montgomery Co., TX; buried in Downing City Cemetery, Downing, Schuyler Co., MO.  She married (1) on 17 Jan 1938 in Kahoka, Clark Co., MO Grover Cleveland Walls, born 25 Dec 1917 in Malden, Dunklin Co., MO; died 3 Aug 1971 in Burlington, Des Moines Co., IA; buried in Keokuk National Cemetery, Keokuk, Lee Co., IA, son of Ray Chancy Walls and Zelma Elzeta Fields; (2) Rolla R. Sears, born 24 Mar 1920; died 7 Mar 1985 in Schuyler Co., MO; buried in Downing City Cemetery, Downing, Schuyler Co., MO.

      701     ii          Verlin Wayne6 Waide, born 17 Nov 1921 in MO; died 13 Nov 1991 in Schuyler Co., MO; buried in Downing City Cemetery, Downing, Schuyler Co., MO.  He married A. Lorea (---), born 10 Apr 1923; died 12 Apr 1987 in Schuyler Co., MO; buried in Downing City Cemetery, Downing, Schuyler Co., MO.

 

 

360. Nell Rose5 White (Charity Emaline4 Turner, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 24 Sep 1899 in MO; died 21 Oct 1988 in Queen City, Schuyler Co., MO; buried in Downing City Cemetery, Downing, Schuyler Co., MO.  She married on 19 Feb 1921 Ray C. Moore, born 6 Aug 1899; died 16 Nov 1975 in Schuyler Co., MO; buried in Downing City Cemetery, Downing, Schuyler Co., MO.

 

      Children of Nell Rose White and Ray C. Moore were as follows:

      702     i           Eloise6 Moore, born 9 Jul 1922 in Mo.

+    703     ii          Mary Lu6 Moore, born 21 Jun 1925 in Schuyler Co., MO; died 28 Apr 1990 in Columbia, Boone Co., MO; buried in Queen City Cemetery, Queen City, Schuyler Co., MO.  She married Max Eugene Schmid.

 

 

362. Leo Gene5 White (Charity Emaline4 Turner, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 30 Jul 1904 in MO; died 3 May 1970 in Downing, Schuyler Co., MO; buried in Downing City Cemetery, Downing, Schuyler Co., MO.  He married on 9 Mar 1926, divorced  Hazel Lancaster, born 1907/08 in MO, daughter of George W. Lancaster and Mary E. (---).

 

Notes for Leo Gene White

      Leo was a Tec 5, HQ Co. of 34th Engineers in WWII.

 

Notes for Hazel Lancaster

      In 1930 Hazel was divorced and living with her daughter Nelda and parents in Vest, Scotland Co., MO.

 

      Children of Leo Gene White and Hazel Lancaster were as follows:

      704     i           Nelda Jean6 White, born 19 Mar 1927 in MO.

 

 

363. Norval Erwin5 Turner (Charles Aaron4, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 21 Sep 1888 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 5 Feb 1953 in Eugene, Lane Co., OR; buried in Park Cemetery, Columbus, Cherokee Co., KS.  He married on 29 Jan 1912 in Weakley Co., TN Eva Mertie Sweet, born Jan 1894 in Martin, Weakley Co., TN; died 1977 in KS; buried in Park Cemetery, Columbus, Cherokee Co., KS, daughter of John Sweet and Elizabeth (---).

 

Notes for Norval Erwin Turner

      In 1920 Norval was a farm laborer in Lovington Township, Moultrie Co., IL (page 4) with his wife Myrtie and children Donald, Madge, Thelma, and Helen.

 

Notes for Eva Mertie Sweet

      Eva's parents were born in KY.

 

      Children of Norval Erwin Turner and Eva Mertie Sweet were as follows:

+    705     i           Donald Gordon6 Turner, born 25 Nov 1912 in Dresden, Weakley Co., TN; died 17 Mar 1976 in Columbus, Cherokee Co., KS; buried in Park Cemetery, Columbus, Cherokee Co., KS.  He married Florence Edwards.

      706     ii          Nina Madge6 Turner, born 1914 in TN.  She married on 16 Jun 1934 Floyd Dodson.

      707     iii         Thelma LaVon6 Turner, born 1916 in IL.  She married on 7 Aug 1939 Charles Baker.

      708     iv         Helen Louise6 Turner, born 1918 in IL.  She married (1) Joseph Edie; (2) Mr. McLeod.

      709     v          Robert Willard6 Turner, born 31 May 1920; died 1 Apr 2007 in Cherokee Co., KS; buried in Hosey Hill Cemetery, Weir, Cherokee Co., KS.  He married Fern Mizner.

      710     vi         Bryce Edwards6 Turner, born 1923.

      711     vii        Carroll Allen6 Turner, born 1932.

 

 

364. Ora Faye5 Turner (Charles Aaron4, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 20 Sep 1889 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 10 May 1976 in IL; buried in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., IL.  She married on 15 Sep 1912 Fred Wayne Evans, born 8 Sep 1892 in IL; died 15 Mar 1965 in Champaign, IL; buried in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., IL.

 

Notes for Fred Wayne Evans

      In 1930 Fred farmed in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL with wife Ora and 4 sons.

 

      Children of Ora Faye Turner and Fred Wayne Evans were as follows:

      712     i           Richard Wayne6 Evans, born 16 Dec 1913 in IL; died 15 Jul 1984 in IL; buried in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., IL.  He married on 12 Nov 1945 Katherine E. Windley, born 22 May 1920; died 1 Feb 1980 in IL; buried in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., IL.   Notes: Enlisted Pvt UKS Army Corps Feb 28, 1941. Retired Sept 1, 1968 as Lt. Colonel USAR. Veteran WWII, Korean and Vietnam wars.

      713     ii          Kenneth Dean6 Evans, born 17 Aug 1919 in IL; died 12 Sep 1944; buried in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., IL.  He married Eddie Fay.   Notes: Kenneth was a 2nd Liutenant in the 493 AAF Bomber Group during WWII.

      714     iii         Darrell Fred6 Evans, born 11 Feb 1923 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 30 Dec 1993 in IL; buried in Turner Cemetery, Moultrie Co., IL.  He married Betty Jean.   Notes: Darrell was a sergeant in the US Army in WWII.

      715     iv         Irvin Duane6 Evans, born 2 Jun 1927 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL.  He married Patricia (---).

 

 

366. Edith Alma5 Turner (Charles Aaron4, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 29 Jul 1893 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 14 May 1995 in Henry Co., TN; buried in Hill Crest Memorial Cemetery, Paris, Henry Co., TN.  She married on 4 Jan 1914 Thomas Hubert Carney, born 14 Apr 1894 in Martin, Weakley Co., TN; died 17 May 1970 in Henry Co., TN; buried in Hill Crest Memorial Cemetery, Paris, Henry Co., TN, son of Thomas H. Carney and Lucy R. (---).

 

Notes for Thomas Hubert Carney

      In 1920 was a merchant at a feed & seed store at 219 Farnell Street, Martin, Weakley Co., TN with wife Edith and son Hubert. In 1930 he was a machine operator in an auto plant at 603 Clifford Street, Flint, Genesee Co., MI with Edith and children Charles and Nell.

 

      Children of Edith Alma Turner and Thomas Hubert Carney were as follows:

      716     i           Charles Thomas6 Carney, born 1916 in TN.

      717     ii          Nell6 Carney, born 7 Jun 1920 in Martin, Weakley Co., TN; died 11 Aug 1994 in Henry Co., TN; buried in Hill Crest Memorial Cemetery, Paris, Henry Co., TN.

 

 

367. Gladys Bryan5 Turner (Charles Aaron4, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 1 Nov 1896 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL.  She married (1) on 1 Nov 1913 in Weakley Co., TN Governor McKinley Hatler, born 1 Oct 1892 in Weakley Co., TN; died 19 Apr 1941 in Weakley Co., TN; buried 22 Apr 1941 in Campground Cemetery, Martin, Weakley Co., TN, son of Ail Hatler and Lucy Quarles; (2) W. Ed Shelley.

 

Notes for Governor McKinley Hatler

      In 1920 Govnor farmed at Latham & Martin Road, Weakley Co., TN with wife Gladys, children Dorothy and George, and a boarder. In 1930 he farmed in Weakley Co. with Gladys, 5 children, and mother-in-law Emma Turner.

 

      Children of Gladys Bryan Turner and Governor McKinley Hatler were as follows:

+    718     i           Dorothy Alice6 Hatler, born 14 Dec 1915 in Weakley Co., TN; died 15 Sep 1998 in Weakley Co., TN; buried in New Hope Cemetery, Latham, Weakley Co., TN.  She married Herman Neil Walker.

      719     ii          Lloyd George6 Hatler, born 6 May 1918 in Weakley Co., TN; died 9 Jul 1991.  He married on 19 Apr 1942 Mary Dorothy McNally, born abt 1921; died 2 Feb 2003.

      720     iii         Child6 Hatler, born 3 Oct 1924 in Weakley Co., TN.

+    721     iv         Lucille6 Hatler, born 3 Oct 1927 in Weakley Co., TN.  She married Johnnie Sutter Jr..

+    722     v          Wilma Jean6 Hatler, born 1 Jun 1929 in Weakley Co., TN.  She married Dewell Edward Webb.

+    723     vi         Jerre Turner6 Hatler, born 12 Oct 1934 in Weakley Co., TN.  He married Martha Sue Delang.

 

 

368. Susan Elizabeth (Susie)5 Turner (Charles Aaron4, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 4 Jul 1898 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 29 May 1994 in Sullivan Co., IN; buried in Westlawn Cemetery, Farmersburg, Sullivan Co., IN.  She married on 6 Jan 1922 Dr. Claude Allen Curry, born 5 Jan 1894 in Sullivan Co., IN; died 20 Sep 1959 in Sullivan Co., IN; buried in Westlawn Cemetery, Farmersburg, Sullivan Co., IN, son of John A. Curry and Lizzie Ridgeway.

 

Notes for Dr. Claude Allen Curry

      Claude was a doctor. In 1930 he was a hospital intern at Hadley Hall Apartment, West Warren, Detroit, Wayne Co., MI with wife Susie and 3 children. In 1942 he worked at the Rose Dispensary Bldg. in Terre Haute, Vigo Co., IN and lived at 1402 S. 17th Street.

 

      Children of Susan Elizabeth (Susie) Turner and Dr. Claude Allen Curry were as follows:

      724     i           John Allen6 Curry II, born 16 Jan 1923 in NM; died 13 Sep 1983 in Sullivan Co., IN; buried in Westlawn Cemetery, Farmersburg, Sullivan Co., IN.

      725     ii          Edna Marie6 Curry, born 8 Feb 1924 in Raton, Colfax Co., NM; died 22 Sep 1960 in Sullivan Co., IN; buried in Westlawn Cemetery, Farmersburg, Sullivan Co., IN.  She married Mr. Jones.

      726     iii         Claude Alvin6 Curry, born 24 Jul 1925 in NM; died 26 Aug 2011 in Terre Haute, Vigo Co., IN.

      727     iv         Betsy Sue6 Curry, born 30 May 1931 in MI.

 

 

369. Lucy Dorales5 Turner (Charles Aaron4, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 3 Jul 1901 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL.  She married Haskell A. Simpson, born 1902 in TN; died 27 Feb 1937 in Latham, Weakley Co., TN; buried in Pisgah Cemetery, Dresden, Weakley Co., TN, son of Henry Simpson and Eliza A. Parrish.

 

Notes for Lucy Dorales Turner

      In 1940 Lucy was a printing house maid lodging at 609 E. Neck, Champaign, Champaign Co., IL; she was listed as a widow and without her children.

 

Notes for Haskell A. Simpson

      In 1930 Haskell farmed in Weakley Co., TN with wife Lucy, daughter Annie, and mother Eliza.

 

      Children of Lucy Dorales Turner and Haskell A. Simpson were as follows:

      728     i           Annie Laurie6 Simpson, born 15 Jul 1923 in Weakley Co., TN.

      729     ii          Emma Jane6 Simpson, born 1931 in Weakley Co., TN; died 1933 in Weakley Co., TN; buried in Pisgah Cemetery, Dresden, Weakley Co., TN.

      730     iii         Haskell Allen (Sonny)6 Simpson, born 16 Apr 1937 in Weakley Co., TN; died 23 May 1981 in Ozark, Dale Co., AL.

 

 

371. Virginia Eva5 Turner (Commodore Perry (Peter)4, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 16 Aug 1894 in Moultrie Co., IL.  She married in 1912 Thompson Douglas Barnhart, born 13 Feb 1893 in Nuckolls Co., NE; died 15 Mar 1943 in San Diego Co., CA, son of Thompson D. Barnhart and Louisa Warren.

 

Notes for Thompson Douglas Barnhart

      In 1930 Thompson was a farm laborer on B Street, El Cajon, San Diego Co., CA with wife Virginia and 3 daughters.

 

      Children of Virginia Eva Turner and Thompson Douglas Barnhart were as follows:

      731     i           Bessie Leone6 Barnhart, born 18 Sep 1913 in NE.

      732     ii          Lura Louisa6 Barnhart, born 13 Feb 1915 in Ne.

      733     iii         LaVerne Opal6 Barnhart, born 1 Oct 1917 in NE.

 

 

372. Bessie Irene5 Turner (Commodore Perry (Peter)4, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 15 Oct 1896 in Moultrie Co., IL.  She married Edward F. Holt, born 1879/80 in IL, son of Richard Holt and Mary C. (---).

 

Notes for Edward F. Holt

      In 1920 Edward was a garage mechanic in Belle Plaine, Sumner Co., KS with wife Bessie and children Richard and Mary. In 1930 he was a mechanic in a machine shop at 1934 Kansas Avenue, Topeka, Shawnee Co., KS with wife Irene and their 2 children.

 

      Children of Bessie Irene Turner and Edward F. Holt were as follows:

      734     i           Richard Perry6 Holt, born 31 Jul 1917 in KS; died 10 Jan 2011 in Pocatello, Bannock Co., ID; buried in Pineview Cemetery, Ashton, Fremont Co., ID.   Notes: In 1940 Richard lived with his grandparents Richard and Mary Holt in Doyal, St. Clair Co., MO. Richard Perry Holt, 93, of Chester, died Monday, Jan. 10, 2011, at the Idaho Veterans Home in Pocatello.      We have lost an American hero! Richard grew up in a Missouri log cabin built by Daniel Boone's cousin. During World War II, Richard served as an Army bomber and machine gun expert, earning two silver wings. He was a self-proclaimed "outlaw" who also worked as a logger, cook, carpenter, cab driver, fisherman and frog catcher. He worked timber until the day he died. He donated all of his money to help others receive an education, including children on Indian reservations and many local college students.      Richard loved fishing, hunting, and being in the mountains. Richard outlived four wives and leaves a son, Robert, and five cats.      A funeral will be held Friday, Jan. 14, 2011, at 11 a.m. at the Ashton Tri-Ward LDS chapel, 1313 N 3600 East. The viewing is from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Burial will be in the Pineview Cemetery under the direction of Baxter Funeral Home. We invite all to attend, share stories, and celebrate his outstanding life.      In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Richard Holt Scholarship Foundation at any Wells Fargo Bank.      Published in Rexburg Standard Journal on January 13, 2011

      735     ii          Mary B.6 Holt, born 1919 in KS.

 

 

383. Clara5 Voyles (Perlina4 Colvin, Armstead3, Nancy2 Turner, Stephen1), born 25 Dec 1867 in Washington Co., IN; died 9 Jun 1945 in Palmyra, Harrison Co., IN; buried in Palmyra Cemetery, Harrison Co., IN.  She married on 20 Jan 1889 in Washington Co., IN Sherman Santford Martin.

 

      Children of Clara Voyles and Sherman Santford Martin were as follows:

      736     i           Jessie6 Martin, born 6 Jan 1891.

      737     ii          Bessie6 Martin, born 6 Jan 1891.

      738     iii         Edna6 Martin, born 23 Nov 1894.

+    739     iv         Mable Effie6 Martin, born 16 Jun 1899; died 12 Nov 1987 in IN; buried in Palmyra Cemetery, Harrison Co., IN.  She married Clyde Bertrum Jackson.

      740     v          Hugh6 Martin, born 12 Nov 1902.

 

 

400. Henderson H.5 McKinney (Alexander4, Turner3, Susannah (Susan)2 Turner, Stephen1), born Nov 1868 in IN.  He married (1) unknown; (2) in 1897/98 in IN Ethel (---), born May 1880 in IN.

 

Notes for Henderson H. McKinney

      In 1900 Henderson farmed in Jackson Township, Henderson Co., IN (page 337) with his wife Ethe l and Goldie, Jessie J., and Thomas L.

 

      Children of Henderson H. McKinney were as follows:

      741     i           Goldie6 McKinney, born Aug 1891 in IN.

      742     ii          Jesse J.6 McKinney, born Feb 1895 in IN.

 

      Children of Henderson H. McKinney and Ethel (---) were as follows:

      743     i           Thomas L.6 McKinney, born Jan 1899 in IN.

 

 

402. Charles William5 Sipes (Alexander McKinney4, Martha3 McKinney, Susannah (Susan)2 Turner, Stephen1), born 24 Jul 1868 in IN; died 10 Jul 1928 in Barton Co., KS; buried in Great Bend Cemetery, Great Bend, Barton Co., KS.  He married Mary Sadie Slentz, born 8 Oct 1876 in IA; died 20 Feb 1929 in Barton Co., KS; buried in Great Bend Cemetery, Great Bend, Barton Co., KS.

 

Notes for Charles William Sipes

      In 1910 Charles farmed in Seward, Stafford Co., KS with wife Sadie, 4 children, and a hired hand.

 

      Children of Charles William Sipes and Mary Sadie Slentz were as follows:

      744     i           Fay6 Sipes, born 1896/97 in KS.

+    745     ii          Hazel Elizabeth6 Sipes, born 4 Nov 1898 in North Seward Township, Stafford Co., KS; died 24 Feb 1982 in Hutchinson, Reno Co., KS; buried in Great Bend Cemetery, Great Bend, Barton Co., KS.  She married Ephraim John Jung.

+    746     iii         James Carl6 Sipes, born 18 Aug 1901 in KS; died 4 Jun 1983 in Barton Co., KS; buried in Great Bend Cemetery, Great Bend, Barton Co., KS.  He married Fannie Dockey Girdner.

      747     iv         Grace6 Sipes, born 1908/09 in KS.

 

 

403. Sallie E.5 Sipes (Alexander McKinney4, Martha3 McKinney, Susannah (Susan)2 Turner, Stephen1), born 25 Dec 1871 in IN; died Oct 1930 in Barton Co., KS; buried in Great Bend Cemetery, Great Bend, Barton Co., KS.  She married on 10 May 1891 in Stafford Co., KS Joseph S. Smith, born 24 Jan 1863 in Lawrence, Douglas Co., KS; died 30 Oct 1942 in Edwards Co., KS; buried in Great Bend Cemetery, Great Bend, Barton Co., KS, son of John Martin Smith and Hannah Elizabeth Bruce.

 

Notes for Joseph S. Smith

      In 1900 Joseph farmed in Seward, Stafford Co., KS with Sallie and 3 children.

 

      Children of Sallie E. Sipes and Joseph S. Smith were as follows:

      748     i           Guy C.6 Smith, born 12 Mar 1892 in Stafford Co., KS.

      749     ii          Beulah Belle6 Smith, born 21 Dec 1894 in Stafford Co., KS; died 15 Apr 1967 in Kinsley, Edwards Co., KS; buried in Great Bend Cemetery, Great Bend, Barton Co., KS.  She married Henry William Bessler, born 7 Jan 1890 in Portage, Wood Co., OH; died 1930 in Trinidad, Las Animas Co., CO, son of Erastus Bessler and Minerva Adams.

+    750     iii         Mattie Blanche6 Smith, born 16 Oct 1896 in Stafford Co., KS; died 1 Jan 1985 in Larned, Pawnee Co., KS.  She married Dr. William A. Nixon.

 

 

406. Harry Edward5 Sipes (Alexander McKinney4, Martha3 McKinney, Susannah (Susan)2 Turner, Stephen1), born May 1878 in IN; died 1963 in Barton Co., KS; buried in Great Bend Cemetery, Great Bend, Barton Co., KS.  He married Maude Mae Ring, born 20 Dec 1884 in Hoyt, Jackson Co., KS; died 11 Sep 1958 in Barton Co., KS; buried in Great Bend Cemetery, Great Bend, Barton Co., KS.

 

Notes for Harry Edward Sipes

      In 1920 Harry farmed in Byron, Stafford Co., KS with wife Maud, 5 children, sister-in-law Pearl Miller, niced Alice Miller, and nephew Gordon Miller. In 1930 he farmed in Stonington, Baca Co., CO with wife Maude and 6 children.

 

      Children of Harry Edward Sipes and Maude Mae Ring were as follows:

      751     i           Edwin6 Sipes, born 1902/03 in KS.

      752     ii          Harold E.6 Sipes, born 1902/03 in KS.

+    753     iii         Mina J.6 Sipes, born 25 Feb 1907 in KS; died 21 Sep 1995 in Las Angeles Co., CA.  She married Willard E. Dean.

      754     iv         Otis M.6 Sipes, born 1908/09 in KS.

      755     v          Charles J.6 Sipes, born 1910/11 in KS.

      756     vi         Robert L.6 Sipes, born 1920/21 in KS.

+    757     vii        Betty Lucille6 Sipes, born 20 Jun 1923 in Great Bend, Barton Co., KS; died 26 May 2000 in Hutchison, Reno Co., KS.  She married Donald Lewis Culver.

      758     viii       Doris G.6 Sipes, born 1924/25 in KS.

 

 

418. John Hagle5 Peavler (James Warren4, Nancy3 McKinney, Susannah (Susan)2 Turner, Stephen1), born 8 Oct 1884 in Spring Garden, Jefferson Co., IL; died 18 Nov 1937 in Chicago, Cook Co., IL.  He married Adriancha Jennie Kammeraad, born 10 Jun 1885 in Rotterdam, Netherlands; died 1963 in CA, daughter of Adrian Kammeraad and Gertrude Van der Huevel.

 

      Children of John Hagle Peavler and Adriancha Jennie Kammeraad were as follows:

      759     i           Eugene6 Peavler, born 23 Oct 1906 in Holland, MI; died 20 Sep 1989 in Palm Beach, FL.  He married Virginia Marie Kohler, born 10 May 1914 in Chicago, Cook Co., IL; died 31 May 1981 in Lake Worth, Palm Beach, FL.   Notes: Eugene and Virginia had 4 children.

 

 

448. Harold Abraham5 Bixler (William Grant4, Nancy3 Turner, Edmund David2, Stephen1), born Oct 1884 in IN.  He married Stella Sparks.

 

      Children of Harold Abraham Bixler and Stella Sparks were as follows:

+    760     i           Lolita6 Bixler.  She married Walter Axcell.

 

Generation 6

 

473. Clarence Wayne6 Stutesman (Sherman5, Thomas J.4, Susan3 Turner, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 1 Jun 1914 in Prairie City, OR.  He married (1) on 24 Nov 1935 in Grant Co., OR Lois Ann Empey, born 1915/16 in ID; (2) on 6 Jan 1946 in San Rafael, CA Verda Mary Kistle, born 27 Dec 1924 in CA, daughter of Albert John Kistle Sr. and Jennie Jacobs.

 

Notes for Clarence Wayne Stutesman

      In 1940 Wayne was a butcher in a meat market in Pririe City, Grant Co., OR with wife Lois.

     

      Known as Wayne. Comment by a former employee: "Wayne owned and operated a Butchering and packing plant here and made one of the best smoked bacon and Ham you could ever eat. I worked for him for about 8 years and everyone as long as I have been in county knows him by "Porky Stutesman" Great guy, Best Boss I ever had in my life."

     Stutesman Family, as told by Clarence Wayne (Porky) Stutesman [From "History of Grant County, Oregon," published 1983]

     "This is the family history of the Stutesman, Smith, Ross and Kistle family as I, Clarence Wayne (Porky) Stutesman know it.

     My Grandparents and father came across the plains in a wagon train from Kansas to Council, Idaho. In Idaho, my father married Grace Smith. My Parents and my mother's family moved to Prairie City, Oregon. In the early part of the 1900's, where my father ran a stage line from Prairie City, Oregon, to Austin, Oregon. At that time, my sister Lila Audrey was born, in 1906, and one brother, Merle Leroy, born in 1911. I was born in Prairie City, Oregon, in the General Store, June 1, 1914.

     About 1917, the Stutesman family moved to Bend, Oregon, where Dad was employed by Brookes Scanlan Lumber Co. He later stareted a taxi and jittney service in Bend. My younger brothe, Sherman Eugene, was born in 1920, while we were in Bend, Oregon.

     In 1925, at the age of 11, I returned to Canyon City, Oregon, to live with my Grandmother, Nellie Smith. While singing at the '62 days celebration in 1925, I met my cousin, Walter Ross. From that time on, I lived with hime in Prairie City, Oregon. I worked with Walter at his business, Prairie City Meat Market and slaughtered my first beef at the age of 14 yrs. This later became my career.

     Before graduating from Prairie City High School in 1933, I divided my time between school and and running meat wagons into logging camps. We were then living on the Bell Hall Ranch, west of Halls Hill, to the John Day River.

     In 1937, we sold our ranch but continued with our store and meat business.

     In 1942, a the beginning of the war, I worked in the Portland Ship Yards, until I enlisted in the Army Air Corps, on October 21, 1942. Most of my army career was spend in Arizona, as Post Butcher, at an air force base. I met Verda Mary Kistle, in 1945, when I was transferred to the San Francisco Bay area. We were married on January 6, 1946. We moved back to Prairie City, Oregon, in February, 1946. The new Mrs. Stutesman was one of 20 children, none of which were multiple births.

     I resumed my work at the Prairie City Meat Market, where the Paririe City Drug is now located. I sold my interest in the business in 1952, to Inez Ross Dove, after the death of my cousin, Walter Ross. I then purchased the John Day Valley Pack, in John Day, Oregon.

     During our time in Prairie City, Oregon, we had two daughters, Rozalyn Irene, born April 12, 1947, and Shermayne Inez, born September 4, 1951.

     John Day Valley Pack grew under the management of my wife and I, during the 1950's, and 1960's, and part of the 1970's. We sold the business in 1976.

     All my brothers and sisters moved from Oregon, although I have several cousins on the Smith side residing in John Day.

     In my immediate family, Rozalyn married John Wayne Quisenberry, in 1966, and now has two children, Tiffany Michelle, and Roger Wayne.

     Shermayne married Kenneth Lee boethin, in 1972, and has two daughters, Stephanie Diane and Jennifer Lynn."

     In 2002 Clarence lived in Canyon City, OR.

 

      Children of Clarence Wayne Stutesman and Verda Mary Kistle were as follows:

+    761     i           Rozalyn Irene7 Stutesman, born 12 Apr 1947 in Prairie City, OR.  She married John Wayne Quisenberry.

+    762     ii          Shermayne Inez7 Stutesman, born 4 Sep 1951 in Prairie City, OR.  She married Kenneth Lee Boethin.

 

 

474. Sherman Eugene6 Stutesman (Sherman5, Thomas J.4, Susan3 Turner, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 4 Mar 1920 in Bend, OR; died 8 Sep 1998 in Redding, Shasta Co., CA.  He married on 25 Mar 1944 in Los Angeles Co., CA Nadine Anne Engler, born 3 Dec 1925 in Los Angeles Co., CA, daughter of William F. Engler and Mary Kroeger.

 

      Children of Sherman Eugene Stutesman and Nadine Anne Engler were as follows:

      763     i           Gary Gene7 Stutesman, born 5 Aug 1947 in Los Angeles Co., CA.  He married (1) on 1 Dec 1968 in Los Angeles Co., CA Patricia F. Smich; (2) on 13 Oct 1973 in Orange Co., CA Ruston L. Betsinger.

      764     ii          Michael Wayne7 Stutesman, born 9 Dec 1954 in Mendocino Co., CA.

 

 

479. Grace6 Reynolds (Sarah Jane (Susan, Jenny, Jennie)5 Stutsman, James Henry4, Susan3 Turner, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 30 Sep 1898 in KS; died 8 Mar 1962 in Emporia, Lyon Co., KS; buried in Maplewood Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Emporia, Lyon Co., KS.  She married (1) Clarence A. (Jack) Haire, born                                                                                         Oct. 21, 1888 in Mount Sterling, Brown Co., IL; died 12 Jan 1968 in Burlington, Coffey Co., KS; buried in Calvary Cemetery, Burlington, Coffey Co., KS, son of Sylvester Haire and Flora Humburg; (2) on 5 May 1926 in Topeka, Shawnee Co., KS Charles Byron Stair, born 2 May 1903 in Emporia, Lyon Co., KS; died 26 Feb 1963 in Phoenix, Maricopa Co., AZ; buried in Maplewood Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Emporia, Lyon Co., KS, son of Joseph LeRoy Stair and Lawrence Anna Blum.

 

Notes for Clarence A. (Jack) Haire

      In 1920 Clarence was a resturant cook at 109 Merchant Street, Emporia, Lyon Co., KS with wife Grace and sons Richard, Robert, and John.

     

      Services for Clarence A. "Jack" Haire, 79, were held at 2 p.m. Sunday, January 14, 1968 in the Damron chapel, Burlington. The services were conducted by the Rev. Fr. Lawrence Kelley, pastor of St. Francis Xavier Catholic church.

     Casket bearers were Ray Lawrence, Bill Terrell, Ray Pierson, Raymond C. Vaughn, Robert Rainbolt and Troy Barrett.

     Burial was in Calvary cemetery, Burlington.

     Mr. Haire, son of Sylvester and Flora Humburg Haire, was born October 21, 1888 near Mt. Sterling, Ill., and died January 12, 1968.

     He was a painter by trade and the last 20 years had an antique dealership in Burlington.

     Mr. Haire married Grace Reynolds and to this marriage four children were born. Mrs. Haire preceded him in death.

     Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Warren (Dorothy) Higgins, Kansas City; Mrs. Joe (Grace) Rangle, Emporia; two sons, Richard Haire, Des Moines, Ia.; Robert Haire, Kearney, Mo.; two brothers, John D. Haire, Petersburg, Va.; Joe Haire, Marshalltown, Ia.; and a sister, Rowena.

 

Notes for Charles Byron Stair

      In 1930 Charles was a house carpenter at 420 South Union, Emporia, Lyon Co., KS with wife Grace 3 children, and 5 step-children. in 1940 he was a laborer in a paving project at at 511 S. Cottonwood, Emporia with Grace, 6 children, and step-son John Hare (20 KS).

     

      Charles passed away on a bus in Phoenix, AZ in 1963. He is presumably buried in Memorial Lawn Cemetery with the rest of the family.

 

      Children of Grace Reynolds and Clarence A. (Jack) Haire were as follows:

      765     i           Clarence A.7 Haire, born abt 1915 in KS; died 10 Dec 1922 in Emporia, Lyon Co., KS; buried in Maplewood Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Emporia, Lyon Co., KS.

      766     ii          Richard M.7 Haire, born 1916/17 in KS.

      767     iii         Robert F. (Bud)7 Haire, born 1917/18 in KS.

      768     iv         John William7 Haire, born 1919 in Emporia, Lyon Co., KS; died 3 Oct 1940 in Emporia, Lyon Co., KS; buried in Maplewood Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Emporia, Lyon Co., KS.   Notes: Funeral services for John Haire, 511 South Cottonwood, who was killed in an automobile collision Thursday, were held Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Roberts-Blue Funeral home. Rev. Claude G. Large, pastor of the First Christian Church, conducted the services. Mrs. Bernard Kelly, Edith Shephers, George Hassord and Vernon Zollars sang, accompanied by William Wilkins. Pallbearers were Harry Killion, Lonzo Webb, Warren Woodward, Alfred Riddle, Robert Hughes and Edwin Strauch. Burial was in Maplewood cemetery.      Out-of-town relatives who attended the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Haire, of Marshalltown, Iowa, and Richard Haire, of Des Moines, Iowa. [Emporia Gazette]

      769     v          Grace7 Haire, born 1920/21 in Emporia, Lyon Co., KS.  She married Joe Rangle.

      770     vi         Dorothy (Dottie)7 Haire, born 1922/23 in Emporia, Lyon Co., KS.  She married Warren Higgens.

 

      Children of Grace Reynolds and Charles Byron Stair were as follows:

      771     i           Jack7 Stair, born Mar 1926 in KS.

      772     ii          Anna7 Stair, born 20 Jul 1927 in Emporia, Lyon Co., KS.  She married Bob Blow.   Notes: Anna and Bob had 2 children.

      773     iii         Charles7 Stair, born Mar 1929 in Emporia, Lyon Co., KS.

      774     iv         Joe7 Stair, born 1930/31 in Emporia, Lyon Co., KS.

+    775     v          Theodore Frank7 Stair, born 11 Feb 1932 in Emporia, Lyon Co., KS; died 9 Sep 1998 in Emporia, Lyon Co., KS; buried in Maplewood Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Emporia, Lyon Co., KS.  He married Anabell Ruth Baldwin.

      776     vi         Marjorie7 Stair, born 27 Jul 1935 in Emporia, Lyon Co., KS.

      777     vii        Earl L.7 Stair, born 13 Jan 1940 in Emporia, Lyon Co., KS; died 26 Nov 1984 in Emporia, Lyon Co., KS; buried in Maplewood Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Emporia, Lyon Co., KS.

 

 

488. Alice Lucile6 Stutsman (Jasper Burton5, James Henry4, Susan3 Turner, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 14 Jan 1924 in New Strawn, Coffey Co., KS; died 4 Nov 2003 in Topeka, Shawnee Co., KS; buried in Bailey Cemetery, Coffey Co., KS.  She married on 13 Jul 1950 in KS Charley E. Dwight, born 19 Sep 1927 in Gridley, Coffey Co., KS; died 21 Oct 1983 in Topeka, Shawnee Co., KS; buried in Bailey Cemetery, Coffey Co., KS, son of Elmer E. Dwight and Ada E. Smith.

 

Notes for Charley E. Dwight

      Topeka Capital-Journal, Sunday, Oct. 23, 1983, page 48: Charley E. Dwight

     BURLINGTON ¿ Charley E. Dwight, 56, Burlington, died late Friday, Oct. 21, at a Topeka hospital. He had cancer.

Mr. Dwight was a swine producer, farmer, trucker and logger. He also was an Army veteran of World War II.

He was born Sept. 19, 1927, at Gridley, the son of Elmer E. and Ada Smith Dwight, and spent all his life in Coffey County.

     Mr. Dwight was a member of the Christian Church, Burlington Lodge No. 66, AF&AM, and Congdon-Kepler Post No. 38 of the American Legion, all at Burlington.

     He was married to Alice L. Stutesman July 13, 1950, of Topeka. She survives.

Other survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Bonnie Heath, Burlington, Betty Dwight, Wichita, and Patty Dwight, Topeka; three brothers, Robert Dwight, Shawnee Mission, Delbert Dwight, Bakersfield, Calif., and Gene Dwight, Kansas City, Kan., and two grandchildren.

     Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Monday at Jones Funeral Home here. Masonic graveside services will be conducted by Burlington Lodge No. 66, AF&AM, in Bailey Cemetery west of Burlington. Memorial contributions may be made to American Cancer Society or Colmery-O'Neil Medical Center in care of the funeral home.

 

      Children of Alice Lucile Stutsman and Charley E. Dwight were as follows:

      778     i           Bonny7 Dwight.  She married Mr. Heath.

      779     ii          Betty7 Dwight.  She married Mr. Dwight.

      780     iii         Patty7 Dwight.  She married Mr. Dwight.

 

 

513. Vera Mildred6 Turner (Ottoman Earl5, William Franklin (Frank)4, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 1 Jul 1906 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL; died 25 Jan 1988 in Ventura Co., CA.  She married (1) James T. Collins, born 1904/05 in Canada; (2) Russell Seitz.

 

Notes for James T. Collins

      In 1940 James was a stock auditor for an auto factory at 1933 Pinehurst, Dearborn, Wayne Co., MI with wife Vera, son James, brother-in-law Earle H. Turner, and two other lodgers.

 

      Children of Vera Mildred Turner and James T. Collins were as follows:

      781     i           James W.7 Collins or Seitz, born 1934/35 in MI.

 

      Children of Vera Mildred Turner and Russell Seitz were as follows:

      782     i           James W.7 Collins or Seitz, born 1934/35 in MI.

 

 

514. Earl Hestain6 Turner (Ottoman Earl5, William Franklin (Frank)4, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 24 Feb 1909 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., Il; died Jul 1969.  He married Jane Lawry.

 

Notes for Earl Hestain Turner

      In 1940 Earle was a lumber buyer lodging with his sister Vera Collins at 1933 Pinehurst, Dearborn, Wayne Co., MI.

 

      Children of Earl Hestain Turner and Jane Lawry were as follows:

      783     i           Jill Lawry7 Turner.

      784     ii          Earl Hestain7 Turner Jr..

 

 

515. Florence May6 Turner (Ottoman Earl5, William Franklin (Frank)4, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 4 Oct 1910 in Hammond, Piatt Co., Il; died 31 Oct 1992 in Mattoon, Coles Co., IL; buried in Dodge Grove Cemetery, Mattoon, Coles Co., IL.  She married Olaf Glenn Cole, born 28 Feb 1909 in IL; died 27 Sep 1976 in Mattoon, Coles Co., IL; buried in Dodge Grove Cemetery, Mattoon, Coles Co., IL, son of Clyde W. Cole and Helen H. (---).

 

Notes for Olaf Glenn Cole

      In 1930 Olaf farmed in Lafayette, Coles Co., IL with his wife Florence, father Clyde and siblings Margaret and Ivan.

 

      Children of Florence May Turner and Olaf Glenn Cole were as follows:

      785     i           Elizabeth (Betty) May7 Cole, born 31 May 1930 in Mattoon, Coles Co., IL; died 18 Apr 1938 in Mattoon, Coles Co., IL.

      786     ii          Glenn Earl7 Cole, born 25 Oct 1931 in Mattoon, Coles Co., IL.  He married on 8 Nov 1953 Ruth Drennan.

      787     iii         Josephin Pearl7 Cole, born 17 Sep 1937 in Mattoon, Coles Co., IL.

      788     iv         LaDon Joan7 Cole, born 9 Apr 1940 in Mattoon, Coles Co., IL.  She married on 13 Oct 1959 Paul Duane Brown.

      789     v          John Walter7 Cole, born 10 Oct 1942 in Mattoon, Coles Co., IL.

 

 

516. Reba Ellen6 Turner (Ottoman Earl5, William Franklin (Frank)4, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 12 Sep 1912 in Jasper Co., IN; died 8 Apr 1959 in Decatur, IL; buried in Dodge Grove Cemetery, Mattoon, IL.  She married (1) Charles Weimer Betz; (2) Kenneth Norton, born 1909/10 in IL.

 

Notes for Kenneth Norton

      In 1940 Kenneth was a truck driver for a transfer company at 808 North 13th Street, Mattoon, Coles Co., IL with wife Reba, step-children Jack and Shirley, and son Kenneth.

 

      Children of Reba Ellen Turner and Charles Weimer Betz were as follows:

      790     i           Jack Dean7 Betz, born 28 Dec 1930 in IL.  He married Ilse Mund.

      791     ii          Shirley7 Betz, born 17 Mar 1934 in IL.  She married James Olson.

 

      Children of Reba Ellen Turner and Kenneth Norton were as follows:

      794     iii         Kenneth7 Norton Jr., born 1 Apr 1937.  He married Beverly Mowell.

 

 

517. Franklin Hugh6 Turner (Ottoman Earl5, William Franklin (Frank)4, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 25 Dec 1914 in Jasper Co., IN; died 20 Apr 1979 in Coles Co., IL; buried in Dodge Grove Cemetery, Mattoon, Coles Co., IL.  He married (1) Ruby Cora Eden, born 19 Jul 1914 in Peoria, Peoria Co., IL; died 20 Nov 1947 in Peoria, Peoria Co., IL; buried in Dodge Grove Cemetery, Mattoon, Coles Co., IL; (2) Lucille Pugsley, born 11 Jan 1920 in Shelby Co., IL; died 10 Sep 2008 in Coles Co., IL; buried in Dodge Grove Cemetery, Mattoon, Coles Co., IL, daughter of Frank Pugsley and Faye Young.

 

      Children of Franklin Hugh Turner and Lucille Pugsley were as follows:

      795     i           Ralph7 Turner.

 

 

519. Loren Allen6 Turner (Ottoman Earl5, William Franklin (Frank)4, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 25 Jan 1919 in Lovington, Moultrie Co., IL.  He married Clare Berniece Reed, born abt 1925.

 

      Children of Loren Allen Turner and Clare Berniece Reed were as follows:

      796     i           Stephen Reed7 Turner, born 30 Aug 1950 in Ft. Worth, Tarrant Co., TX; died 30 Nov 2012 in Ft. Worth, Tarrant Co., TX; buried in Greenwood Memorial Park and Mausoleum, Ft. Worth, Tarrant Co., TX.   Notes: Stephen Reed Turner, 62, passed away Friday, Nov. 30, 2012, after battling cancer. Graveside service: 2 p.m. Thursday in Greenwood Memorial Park. Memorials: In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the American Cancer Society or First United Methodist Church of Fort Worth. Stephen was born Aug. 30, 1950, in Fort Worth, to Loren and Clare Turner. His hobbies included photography, reading and raising black Angus cows. He was a member of the Texas Angus Association and showed animals many years with his father, Loren, at the Fort Worth Stock Show. He spent several years as a special education teacher in the public schools and also as a teacher to inmates in a private prison outside of Venus. Steve enjoyed helping other people. Stephen was preceded in death by his parents, Loren and Clare Turner; and brother, Allen Turner. Survivors: Steve leaves behind his sister, Kay Wheeler and her husband, David, of Fort Worth; nephew, DJ Wheeler of Austin; niece, Kathryn Howell and her husband, RJ, of Austin; aunt, Betty Lattimore of Fort Worth; and numerous cousins. [Published in Star-Telegram on December 5, 2012]

      797     ii          Loren Allen7 Turner, born 8 Jan 1953 in Ft. Worth, Tarrant Co., TX; died 27 Mar 2010 in Grandview, Johnson Co., TX.

+    798     iii         Laura Kay7 Turner, born 9 Jun 1955 in Ft. Worth, Tarrant Co., TX.  She married David Joseph Wheeler.

 

 

520. William Fred6 Turner (Ottoman Earl5, William Franklin (Frank)4, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 13 Dec 1920 in Lovington, Moultre Co., IL; died 9 Nov 2006 in Mattoon, Coles Co., IL.  He married on 9 May 1942 in Ft. Smith, AR Naomi Alice (Bonnie) Dewar, born 31 Mar 1922 in Windsor, Shelby Co., IL; died 19 Feb 2008 in Mattoon, Coles Co., IL, daughter of Peter F. Dewar and Hazel M. Nease.

 

Notes for William Fred Turner

      MATTOON -- Fred Turner, Sr. age 85, of Mattoon, passed away at 11:30 p.m., November 9, 2006 at his residence. A graveside service will be held at 2:00 p.m., Monday, November 13, 2006 at Dodge Grove Cemetery. Military Rites will be conducted by VFW Post 4325. Mitchell-Jerdan Funeral Home is handling the arrangements. There will be no visitation. Fred was born December 13, 1920, in Lovington, IL, the son of Otto Earl and Laura May (Smith) Turner. He married Naomi "Bonnie" Alice Dewar on May 9, 1942 in Ft. Smith, AR. She survives. Other survivors include his children, Freddy Turner, Jr. of Mattoon, Mick Turner of Oakwood, Lee Turner and his wife Jennie (Fulk) of Charleston, IL; 6 grandchildren, Rob Turner of Winnipeg, Canada, Heather Hassebrock and husband Bobbie of Alma, IL, Brad Turner of Houston, TX, Joanie Turner of Mesa, AZ; Malia Hall and husband Leon of Mattoon, IL, and Holly Clem and husband Kelley of Oakwood, IL; 4 great grandchildren, Cody Doggett of Oakwood, IL, Zander Turner of Winnipeg, Canada, Josey Clem of Oakwood, IL, and Drew Hassebrock of Alma, IL. He was preceded in death by his parents, 5 brothers, and 5 sisters. Mr. Turner served our country with the Army in World War II during which he achieved the rank of Buck Sergeant and was an Armored Tank Commander. He was the retired owner and operator of Turner Auction Company and was also a former real estate broker and farmer in Mattoon. He served as the Coles County Assessor of Paradise Township, was an auction volunteer for and supporter of the Coles County 4-H, Shriners, and Lions Club. He was a member of the Moose Lodge, American Legion and Life Member of the VFW and Eagles, all of Mattoon. Fred was well known as a talented pool player and enjoyed ballroom dancing with his loving wife. He was very family oriented and cherished the opportunity to spend time with his extended family.

 

Notes for Naomi Alice (Bonnie) Dewar

      MATTOON - Naomi "Bonnie" A. Turner, age 85, of Mattoon, passed away at 12:02 am, February 19, 2008 at Mattoon Health Care Center. The graveside service honoring her life will be held at Dodge Grove Cemetery, 1:00 pm, Friday, February 22, 2008. There will be no visitation. Mitchell-Jerdan Funeral Home is handling the arrangements. Mrs. Turner was born March 31, 1922, in Windsor, Illinois, the daughter of Peter F. and Hazel M. (Nease) Dewar. Both are deceased. She married Fred Turner May 9, 1942 in Ft. Smith, Arkansas. He passed away November 9, 2006. Survivors include their children, Freddy Turner, Jr. of Mattoon, Illinois, Mick Turner of Oakwood, Illinois, and Lee Turner and wife Jennie of Charleston, Illinois; 6 grandchildren, Rob Turner of Winnipeg, Canada, Heather Hasselbrock and husband Bobbie of Alma, Illinois, Brad Turner of Houston, Texas, Joanie Turner and partner Kristin Grippo of Coolidge, Arizona, Malia Turner of Mattoon, Illinois, and Holly Clem and husband Kelly of Oakwood, Illinois; and four great grandchildren, Cody Doggett of Oakwood, Illinois, Zander Turner of Winnipeg, Canada, Josey Clem of Oakwood, Illinois, and Drew Hasselbrock of Alma, Illinois. In addition to her parents and husband, Mrs. Turner was preceded in death by a sister, Dorothy. Mrs. Turner had worked as a waitress for Villa Nova Restaurant and a clerk for Turner Auction Company. She was a member of the Women of the Moose, Eagles Auxillary, American Legion Auxillary, and assisted with 4-H Club. Bonnie was an active farm wife and involved with the daily operations of their farm. She enjoyed cooking for family and friends, dancing, and playing cards.

 

      Children of William Fred Turner and Naomi Alice (Bonnie) Dewar were as follows:

      799     i           William Fred (Freddy)7 Turner Jr., born 18 Feb.

      800     ii          Michael (Mick)7 Turner.

      801     iii         Lee7 Turner.  He married Jennie (---).

 

 

521. Forrest Galen6 Turner (Ottoman Earl5, William Franklin (Frank)4, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 11 Jan 1922 in Indiana, IL; died 5 Oct 1962 in Mattoon, Coles Co., IL; buried in Dodge Grove Cemetery, Mattoon, Coles Co., IL.  He married Marjorie Willison, born 2 Sep 1921 in Mattoon, Coles Co., IL; died 9 Dec 2010 in Brandon, Hillsborough Co., FL; buried in Dodge Grove Cemetery, Mattoon, Coles Co., Il, daughter of Clarence Templeton Willison and Elsie McCall.

 

Notes for Forrest Galen Turner

      Forrest had 4 years of high school. He worked as a dairy farm hand. During WWII he enlisted in the US Army on 12 Feb 1941.

 

Notes for Marjorie Willison

      BRANDON, Fla. - Marjorie Alice Turner, 89, formerly of Mattoon, passed away at 8:30 p.m. Thursday, December 9, 2010 at Brandon Regional Hospital in Brandon, Florida. Funeral services honoring her life will begin at 10:30 a.m. on Friday, December 17, 2010 at First Christian Church in Mattoon with Reverend Mark Prevo officiating. Burial will follow in the Dodge Grove Cemetery. Visitation for family and friends will be held on Thursday from 5:00-7:00 p.m. at the Schilling Funeral Home 1301 Charleston Ave. in Mattoon. Marjorie was born on September 2, 1921 in Mattoon, IL the daughter of Clarence and Elsie (McCall) Willison. She is survived by her sons Gary Galen Turner of Decatur, Douglas Willison Turner and wife Donna of Brandon; her seven grandchildren and her twelve great-grandchildren as well as many loving nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by husband Forrest Galen Turner, her parents, her two sisters, Ruth Hutchinson and Betty Williams and a brother Jene Willison. She was a current member of the American Legion, Women of the Moose and the V.F.W. Auxiliary and a long standing member of the First Christian Church.

 

      Children of Forrest Galen Turner and Marjorie Willison were as follows:

      802     i           Gary Galen7 Turner, born 9 Dec 1950 in Mattoon, Coles Co., IL.

      803     ii          Douglas Willison7 Turner, born 19 Aug 1955 in Mattoon, Coles Co., IL.  He married (1) on 14 Feb 1974 in Hillsborough Co., FL, divorced  Sharon Marie Hill; (2) on 10 Dec 1983 in Hillsborough Co., FL Donna Jo Chancey.   Notes: MARRIAGE: Douglas and Sharon were divorced on 16 Mar 1978 in Hillsborough Co., FL.

 

 

522. Ottoman Earl (Junior)6 Turner Jr. (Ottoman Earl5, William Franklin (Frank)4, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 23 Jul 1923 in Indiana, IL; died 14 Apr 1977 in Mattoon, Coles Co., IL; buried in Dodge Grove Cemetery, Mattoon, Coles Co., IL.  He married Jessie Jenkins.

 

      Children of Ottoman Earl (Junior) Turner Jr. and Jessie Jenkins were as follows:

      804     i           Peggy Colleen7 Turner.  She married James Brunke.

      805     ii          Kenda Kay7 Turner.

      806     iii         Bruce Allan7 Turner, born 1964 in Mattoon, Coles Co., IL; died 17 Feb 1964 in Mattoon, Coles Co., IL; buried in Dodge Grove Cemetery, Mattoon, Coles Co., IL.   Notes: Bruce died at age 8 months.

 

 

524. Opal Euphemia6 Turner (Charles Guy5, William Franklin (Frank)4, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 25 Aug 1906 in Lovington, Moultre Co., IL; died 12 Aug 2000 in Lawrence Hospital, KS; buried in Sabetha Cemetery, Sabetha, Nehama Co., KS.  She married on 8 Oct 1926 in KS Ralph A. West, born 1893/94 in KS; died 21 Aug 1953 in KS, son of Frank West and Minnie B. (---).

 

Notes for Opal Euphemia Turner

      Graveside services for Opal E. West, 93, Lawrence, will be at 1 p.m. today at Sabetha Cemetery, Sabetha.

     Mrs. West died Saturday, Aug. 12, 2000, at Lawrence Memorial Hospital.

     She was born Aug. 25, 1906, in Sullivan, Ill., the daughter of Charles Guy and Maude Estella (Patrick) Turner. She graduated from Sabetha High School, and moved to Lawrence in 1993.

     Mrs. West was a homemaker. She also had worked at the Sabetha School cafeteria and was a member of the Sabetha Professional Women's organization.

     She married Ralph Arnold West on Oct. 8, 1926. He died Aug. 21, 1953.

     Survivors include two sisters, Violet Cartright, Lacy, Wash., and Bonnie Nevius, Prescott, Ariz.

     A daughter, Donna Marie West, died May 1, 1931.

 

Notes for Ralph A. West

      In 1940 Ralph was a salesman at an auto house at 322 Dakota, Sabetha, Nehama Co., KS with wife Opal and parents Frank (stock buyer) and Minnie. In 1940 he was a salesman at a retail implement shop residing at 609 South 12, Sabetha with wife Opal.

 

      Children of Opal Euphemia Turner and Ralph A. West were as follows:

      807     i           Donna Marie7 West, born 1931 in Sabetha, Nehama Co., KS; died 1 May 1931 in Sabetha, Nehama Co., KS.

 

 

526. Violet Louise6 Turner (Charles Guy5, William Franklin (Frank)4, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 27 Feb 1910 in Inman, KS; died 16 Jan 2004 in Douglas Co., KS; buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Baldwin City, Douglas Co., KS.  She married on 19 Sep 1928 Emery Elmer Cortright, born 7 Jan 1893 in Oneida, KS; died 29 Aug 1977 in Sacramento Co., CA; buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Baldwin City, Douglas Co., KS, son of Charles J. Cortright.

 

Notes for Emery Elmer Cortright

      In 1940 Emery was a clerk at the Farm Bureau at 36 North 8th Street, Seneca, Nehema Co., KS with wife Violet, 3 children, and his father Charles.

 

      Children of Violet Louise Turner and Emery Elmer Cortright were as follows:

      808     i           S. Charles H.7 Cortright, born 1930/31 in KS.

      809     ii          Donald E.7 Cortright, born 1931/32 in KS.

      810     iii         Rosalie7 Cortright, born 1937/38 in KS.

 

 

529. Neil Winfield6 Turner (Charles Guy5, William Franklin (Frank)4, Stephen A.3, Jabez (Jobe, Jabas, Jabes, Jabaz)2, Stephen1), born 17 Dec 1918 in Oneida, KS; died 6 Jan 1993 in Scottsdale, Maricopa Co., AZ; buried in Paradise Memorial Gardens Mausoleum.  He married (1), divorced  Katherine Hoyt; (2) on 10 Jun 1946 Ethel M. Kingsford, born 12 Dec 1921; died 26 Sep 2000 in Scottsdale, Maricopa Co., az; buried in Paradise Memorial Gardens Mausoleum.

 

Notes for Neil Winfield Turner

      In 1940 Neil and brother Gene were gold mine laborers lodging at Springfield Road, Palmer, 3rd Judicial Dist., Alaska.

     

      During WWII Neil enlisted on 22 June 1944 at Ft. Levenworth, KS. He served was wounded.  He fought in the Battle of the Bulge

 

Notes for Ethel M. Kingsford

      S/S 517-22-0084.

 

      Children of Neil Winfield Turner and Katherine Hoyt were as follows:

+    811     i           Neil Winfield7 Turner Jr..  He married Mary Katheline Waters.