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Re: TURNER, George Henry 1851-1914
Posted by: Lyn (ID *****3234) Date: July 07, 2003 at 08:41:23
In Reply to: Re: TURNER, George Henry 1851-1914 by Tami Ramsey of 237

I know it's a long shot but my Gentry's were in Johnson Co. and Hill Co. TX, just south of Tarrant Co., in the 1860's and 1870's.
We have very little info on two of the sons who were old enough to have children about the age of Jesse B.
We do have info on another son named Jesse Abram and know he's not the father of Jesse B. but he could have been the inspiration for the name.
I'll keep your posting for future research.
Thanks and good luck,
Lyn


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