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Emma Lemley (1863 to 1902)
Posted by: Gina Mikel (ID *****8915) Date: August 04, 2008 at 22:02:30
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I'm looking for information about the parents of Emma Lemley. Emma was born May 2, 1863 in Greene County, Pennsylvania. She died April 29, 1902 in Union County, Iowa. She was married to Lenard (Lim) Marion Turner between 1880 and 1882, probably in Union or Taylor County, Iowa.

Emma and Lenard's surviving children were:
1. Clyde Robert Turner, who was born January 2, 1884 in Conway, Taylor County, Iowa. Clyde married Cora May Guthrie about 1905. He died July 13, 1968.

2. Bonnie Turner, who was born June 25, 1887 in Iowa. Bonnie married Clyde Munsell.

Emma Lemley and her husband, Lenard Marion Turner, are buried in Graceland Cemetery in Creston, Iowa. Lenard was killed in an accident on the railroad. (He worked for the railroad.)

There appear to be a few "Emma Lemleys" (or Emaline or Emeline or Sarah Emma). One is a child of George and Louise Lemley. Another married a Hartley and remained in Greene, Pennsylvania. Another was the daughter of Leah Headlee and David Lemley and married William Delaney. And another married J. E. Walker.

If anyone can shed light on these women, especially with regard to parents of the Emma I'm researching, please let me know.







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