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Re: Elmira Illinois Turnbull Reunion
Posted by: Gail Turnbull (ID *****7076) Date: April 10, 2009 at 16:40:38
In Reply to: Re: Elmira Illinois Turnbull Reunion by Michael Winn of 483

Michael thank you for the prompt answer and let me know if you can stir up some reunion interest. The book idea sounds great.

My Aunt--Carolyn Turnbull-White has communicated with the Elmira relatives via GenForum & would probably be interested. Plus, my father--David Eugene Turnbull of Ft. Worth, TX--his sister, Janice from Arizona.

I think I saw a posting by you that you were searching for earlier Dorothy Berk--Bulleye newsletters. My Dad has been receiving the TCA publications for yrs & enjoyed Dorothy's stories.

I have a lot of my Dad's early newsletters in my possession.
The trouble is my hubby took the box somewhere when we began renovations in our office room so when I find them again--I would be happy to copy some of them off for you if needed.

I also have a copy of a picture of 0l' William B. Turnbull sitting in a rocking chair with a pix of Margaret (deceased) on a table next to him. Someone wrote 80 on the picture. We know he died when he was 82 in Farragut, Iowa. Another picture--I could share is of his son--David (not sure if he had a middle initial or not) & his wife, Mary Delahant in front of their beautiful farm house in Gage County near Blue Springs, Nebraska. My grandfather, David Edmund Turnbull is in the picture along with other siblings and relatives. Take Care--Gail


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