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Re: lost Turners 1904
Posted by: Carol Allen (ID *****8806) Date: April 20, 2006 at 21:10:04
In Reply to: lost Turners 1904 by reba dilbeck of 65474

There is a Military Registration for:
Arnold Jessie Turner born 12 May 1881
He was living in Johnston County OK at the time.
Pearl N. is relative listed on the form. He is Med Height, Medium Build, Grey eyes, and dark brown hair. Date of registration is 12 Sep 1918 in Tishimingo. I think his town in the address block is Mannsville, but not sure.

The family is living in Johnston Co OK in 1920. Names are hard to read, but here is a try.
Turner, Arnold 38 OK TN MO
Pearl 29 OK GA AL
Brua.. 11 son (all children born OK)
Starel 9 son
May Bell 6 dau
Jesse 4 son
Mana 2 dau
Letissia 5/12
Oreman, Nannie 46 TX TN MO (sister)

Sorry it isn't better.

In 1930 they are in OK Cotton Jefferson
A. J. 49 Mar at 26 OK TN TN Laborer Odd JObs
Pearl 49 Mar at 17 OK GA AL
Maybelle 16 dau
Jessie 14 son
Maudie 13 dau
Luticia 10 dau
Orintha 8 dau
Garland 6 son
Le..an 4 son
Dora 2 dau

Now the reason for my interest....
I say a possting on the net that Pearl Bussey's parents were William Bussy and Margaret Ellen Dumas. I am a Dumas researcher and I have a Margaret Ellen Dumas in my database but this is not who I show for the husband. Also, my Dumas family is from the Wilson, Carter, OK area where you say that the Turner's married. I would like for you to keep in touch with me as you develop this family. Carol Dumas Allen


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