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Re: TURNER, C.T. & Victoria 1880 Census
Posted by: Don Terri Gray Date: May 02, 2000 at 20:08:16
In Reply to: TURNER, C.T. & Victoria 1880 Census by Beverly Alexander of 150

My GGG grandfather William R. Turner was born in Tennessee in 1822 and built one of, if not the first, permanent structures in McCulloch County. You will also find him in the 1880 census. Any chance that C.T. and William are related? I've searched my files and can't find anything on the names you listed. The Turner clan are buried at the Camp San Saba cemetery, I'm pretty certain that C.T. is buried there. I have a listing of burials at the cemetery if you are interested. Good luck with your search.


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