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Re: Turners, Johnsons, Knisells, and Sharps.
Posted by: Lisa Hanson (ID *****6955) Date: January 05, 2006 at 23:11:54
In Reply to: Re: Turners, Johnsons, Knisells, and Sharps. by Ron Halbritter of 1448

Thanks so much for the info. I'm just trying to go back as far as possible to figure out ancestors for family scrapbook. There are so many Turners in that area it gets confusing since we don't live there. The info you sent me was very helpful but I'm not sure about how the James W. Turner fits in. I have only found James R. Turner married to Hannah Ellen Johnson but then cannot find James parents listed. I am also interested in finding more info on my grandma Alice Belle Turner (knisell) but don't seem to see anything but mariage record online.

I know she died a few days after giving birth to my uncle Rosco I believe around December 27, 1927. My mom is in a nursing home and tells me she remembers my dad saying he had Indian (she thought Seneca), German and Irish blood but from these families Turners, Johnsons, Sharps, & Knisells I've only seen German.

I would truly appreciate any info you have I will send our address. Thanks so much.
Lisa Hanson


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