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Re: Emmanuel Turner his father was from NC
Posted by: Carol Powell (ID *****9811) Date: June 26, 2013 at 07:59:29
In Reply to: Emmanuel Turner his father was from NC by Will Turner of 38507

1850 Edgefield, South Carolina census
Emanuel Turner
1860 The Vicinity Of Sawyers Mills, Lexington, South Carolina census
Emanuel Turner birth: 1811 Edgefield married to Lucinda their four children are listed.
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Emmanuel Turner (1810 - 1900)
Born in Edgefield, South Carolina, in 1810. Emmanuel married Lucinda and had 4 children. Emmanuel married Elizabeth Watson Padgett. He passed away in 1900 in Edgefield, South Carolina
Lucinda 1810-1865 Children
Eliza Turner, James P Turner, Patsy A Turner, Thomas L Turner
1880 Mobley, Edgefield, South Carolina census
Household        Gender       Age       Birthplace
Self        Emanuuel Turner       M       70        South Carolina/ father b: NC, mother b: SC
Wife       Elizabeth Turner       F       48        South Carolina
Step Son W Alfred Padget       M       17        South Carolina
Newspapers are kept on microfilm see if you can find his obit. or grave
http://www.oedgs.org/
http://www.scgenealogy101.com/edgefield-county/


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