A few years ago someone sent me some Louisiana of some Turbevilles from Louiaiana, one of the names was an
Ansel H. Turbeville from South Louisiana along with his gravestone etc. and additonal information.
Not being a computer whiz, I changed computers and lost most of what I had on this family along with other families.
Is there anyone connected to this line of Turbevilles?
Descendants of ?James H. Turbeville
1. ?JAMES H.1 TURBEVILLE was born Abt. 1830 in Louisiana. He married ?MARY E. WRIGHT. She was born
Abt. 1843 in Tenn..
Children of ?JAMES TURBEVILLE and ?MARY WRIGHT are:
2. i. ANCIL HENRY2 TURBEVILLE, b. 04 April 1863, Tn; d. 22 April 1948, Clyde, Callahan County,
ii. ?MARY L. TURBEVILLE, b. Abt. 1866.
iii. ?SARAH TURBEVILLE, b. Abt. 1870.
iv. ?MARTHA TURBEVILLE, b. Abt. 1874.
Generation No. 2
2. ANCIL HENRY2 TURBEVILLE (?JAMES H.1) was born 04 April 1863 in Tn, and died 22 April 1948 in
Clyde, Callahan County, Tx. He married LORA MERRICK Bef. 1895, daughter of JAMES MERRICK and
NANCY THOMPSON. She was born in Probably Hunt County, Texas., and died 15 July 1907 in Clyde, Callahan,
Tx. Ancil married again after the death of Lora to a widow.
Children of ANCIL TURBEVILLE and LORA MERRICK are:
i. STEPHEN3 TURBEVILLE.
3. ii. "GOLDIE" ALICE RUTH TURBEVILLE, b. 30 July 1895, Tx; d. 31 July 1968, El Paso, Tx.
Generation No. 3
3. "GOLDIE" ALICE RUTH3 TURBEVILLE (ANCIL HENRY2, ?JAMES H.1) was born 30 July 1895 in Tx,
and died 31 July 1968 in El Paso, Tx. She married JOHN BAILEY PREW 1913, son of FRANCIS
PREW/PROULX and SUSAN POWERS. He was born 06 September 1881 in probably Wisconsin, and died 16
November 1942 in Marshall, Harrison, Tx.
Children of "GOLDIE" TURBEVILLE and JOHN PREW are:
i. FRANK4 PREW, m. THELMA LEOPAL.
ii. CATHERINE MARY PREW/PROULX, b. 09 September 1914, Big Springs, Glasscock?, Tx; d. 08
October 1982, Marshall, Harrison, Tx; m. WILLIAM LEWIS DAVIS; b. 24 August 1917, Harrison, Tx; d. 02
February 1987, Marshall Hosp., Harrison, Tx.
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