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Jesse Smith TURNER & his wife Manerva Jane THORNBURGH
Posted by: Jane Luster (ID *****7478) Date: September 09, 2007 at 19:18:50
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Seeking family information and Jesse Smith Turner and his wife Manerva Jane Thornburgh. Thornburgh sometimes spelled Thornburg.
Jesse Smith Turner was the son of Jesse and Phoebe Turner of Ozark county, Missouri. Born c 1846 in the area of Ozark / Douglas counties of Missouri. Married at Ozark county Missouri on 13 June 1867 to Manerva J. Thornburg.
From other posts I have found online I see a Jesse Smith Turner indicating living 1870 in Bridges, Ozark county Missouri at the age of 24 years. Post Office Gainsville. Jesse apparently moved to Le Flore, Oklahoma by 1910 with his wife, Manerva. Children listed for Jesse and Manerva are Mary S. Turner and James A. Turner.
Information also indicates that Jesse Smith Turner died on 10 Oct 1910 in Leflore Co. Oklahoma. Manerva Jane Thornburgh was born 1846 Rock Bridge, Ozark county Missouri and died 21 Jan 1932 in Wister, Le Flore Co. Ok. She was the daughter of William M. Thornburgh and his wife Elizabeth Jackson.
What I am looking for is descendant information on Jesse Smith Turner and his wife Manerva. Their burial places. And proof of the mother's maiden name for Jesse Smith Turner. Any information no matter how small would be greatly appreciated on this family.
I descend from Jesse Smith Turner's older sister, Martha Susan "Patty" Turner who married Ephraim Davis. Patty is buried at Bethel Cemetery at Glencoe, Payne county Oklahoma while her husband is buried at the Ellison Cemetery also called the Dailey Cemetery in Douglas county, Missouri


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