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Re: Etheldred Lundy Turner, 1847 - 1900
Posted by: Sandra Beaver (ID *****9185) Date: March 22, 2009 at 11:13:40
In Reply to: Re: Etheldred Lundy Turner, 1847 - 1900 by William Ivey of 143

The Times, Richmond, VA, January 25, 1900, page 2
E. L. Turner
EMPORIA, VA.: Jan. 24-Special.-Mr. E. L. Turner, late clerk of the courts of Greensville county, died at his home here at 7:40 o'clock to-night.
The funeral will take place Friday evening. The arrangements have not yet been completed.


The Times, Richmond, VA, January 26, 1900, page 2
E. L. Turner.
EMPORIA, VA., Jan. 25—Specia1. —The county of Greensville has lost one of it’s most prominent and popular citizens by the death of E. L. Turner. Mr. Turner belonged to the old school of Virginia gentlemen, and had been clerk of the County and Circuit Courts for more than thirty years. He was noted for his fidelity, zeal and urbanity, and was more widely and more favorably known than any man in Greensville county.

For many years he was master of Widows Son Lodge of Masons. and District Deputy Grand Master of the district, composed of the counties of Greensville, Sussex, Dinwiddie, Brunswick and Mecklenburg. He has also been the clerk of the Portsmouth Baptist Association and clerk of the Official Board of the Emporia Baptist church.

He was also widely known as clerk of the Association of Clerks of the State of Virginia.

The interment will be at 2 o’clock tomorrow at the Emporia cemetery.



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