Marty and Karla Grant

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Husband: John Turner
Born: 1730/1740 in NC
Married: before 1765 in Halifax Co, NC (now Martin Co, NC)
Died: 1800/1807 in Marion Dist, SC
Father:
Mother:
Spouses:
Wife: Patience Smith
Born: 1730/1740 in NC
Died: before 1819 in Marion Dist, SC
Father: Smith
Mother: Rachael
Spouses:
Children
01 (M): Reuben Turner
Born: 1760/1765 in Halifax Co, NC (now Martin Co, NC)
Died: 1830/1840 in Marion Dist, SC (now Dillon Co, SC)
Spouses: Dorothy Martin
02 (M): John Turner
Born: 1765 in Halifax Co, NC (now Martin Co, NC)
Died: 1840/1850 in Marion Dist, SC
Spouses: Juda Hathcock; Lydia
03 (M): William Turner
Born: 1767/08 in Craven Co, SC (now Marion Co, SC)
Died: 1855/1860 in Marion Dist, SC
Spouses: Catherine Martin; Mary
04 (F): Catherine Turner
Born: 1773/04 in Georgetown Dist, SC (now Marion Co, SC)
Died: after 1850 in Covington Co, AL
Spouses: Barnabas Hathcock
05 (F): Penelope Turner
Born:
Died:
Spouses: John Martin
06 (F): Mildred Turner
Born:
Died: 1814/1819 in Marion Dist, SC
Spouses: Samuel Hussey
07 (F): Sarah Turner
Born: 1790/1800 in Marion Dist, SC
Died: 04 MAY 1859 in Houston Co, GA
Spouses: John G Powers
Additional Information

John Turner:

Notes:

!NOTES:I (Marty Grant) am a descendant of John Turner, though I don't know my exact linkage to him. I believe his son Reuben, or son John (Jr) is my ancestor. One of them is almost certainly the father of my Daniel Turner (1796).
- 2015 - I have a DNA match with Linda H. Jarzabek who is a descendant of John Turner via his son William Turner, via his son Martn W. Turner. This proves I am also descended from John Turner (unless Linda and I have another closer connection that I'm not aware of);


!PEE DEE QUEUE:Vol XXVIII, No 6, Nov-Dec 2004 pg 5 BILL OF SALE to Pations Turner a white woman:
22 Jul 1769 Thomas Wethersby, Sr of Halifax Co, NC to Pations Turner for 60L, one mulatto man John;


!TAXLIST:1786 Prince Frederick Parish John TURNER, 100 acres;


!CENSUS:1790 Georgetown District, SC Prince George Parish pg 56 John TURNER no ages (bef 1790) "0-0-0-10-0";

!WITNESS: 7 Mar 1797 Marion Dist, SC Deeds A-128 Daniel MIERS of Liberty Co, SC to James MYERS of same for 60, two negroes Protroe a boy and Mary a girl. S: Daniel Miers. Wit: Zachary CATER, John TURNER;

!NAMED: 9 Dec 1797 Marion Dist, SC Deeds D-178 John SANDERS of Liberty Co, SC to Enos TART of same place for 20, 400a beginning at James BLACKMON's corner, to Peter COLDOR's line, Thomas HULANS
corner, Ruben TURNOR's corner to John TURNOR Sr line to Charles OATES line, being part of two grants to John SANDERS 1 Feb 1793. S: John Sanders. Wit: John TART, Enos TART Jr;

!CENSUS:1800 Marion Dist, SC pg 803 John TURNER Sr no ages given, family listed as 5 Free Colored;

!NAMED:30 Jan 1807 Marion Co, SC Deeds I-104 Barnabas HATHCOCK of SC planter to Christopher DEW of same place planter for $100. 163a which became property of Hathcock by heirship NE Side Catfish Swamp. Deed from heirs of John TURNER decd to Barnabas HATCHCOCK. S: Barnabas Hatchcock. Wit: Charity DEW, John (X) MARTIN;

!CENSUS:1810;

!NAMED:30 Jul 1819 Marion Co, SC Deeds K-42 Francis BRIDGES of Marion Dist to Joseph BASS of Marion Dist for $800, 300a being part of a different tract. 1st land from John TURNER Sr to his son Rubin TURNER & from R. TURNER to Francis BRIDGES containing 163a. 2nd land from John SANDERS to Levi SOLOMON & Solomon assigned over to Bridges containing 100a. 3rd land from John TURNER Sr to his son William TURNER to Francis BRIDGES containing 50a all on East side Catfish. S: Francis Bridges. Wit: B. MOODY, George RAWLS. Mrs. Elizabeth Bridges wf of Francis relinq dower;

!NAMED:22 Apr 1822 Marion Co, SC Deeds K-24 Willis FINKLEA Sr sayeth he lived with a woman named Olive SIMMONS near the Cape Fear River who often told him she had seen Patience TURNERs mother, wife of John TURNER Sr, decd and Mrs. SIMMONS often told him she was a white woman of the Irish breed & the mixed blood came by a black man & heard old Mr Abraham DEW say the mother of Patience TURNER was a white woman. S: Willis (X) Finklea Sr;

!COURT:17 Sep 1860 Marion County Court of Common Pleas. Martin W. TURNER, vs Robert J. GREGG, declaration in Prohibition. John BLACKMAN Sr said he knew John TURNER, grandfather of Martin W. TURNER as a free person of color and also Patience TURNER the grandmother of said Martin W. TRUNER that John TURNER was half white and half African, that Patience was judging from her color and from reputation one fourth African blood. The father of said Martin W. TURNER, who was a son of John and Patience was named William TURNER who married Catherine MARTIN a white woman and had several children including Martin W. TURNER, who is only one eighth African blood and of very good character ...;

!COURT:31 Oct 1860 Marion County Court of Common Pleas. Martin W. TURNER, Relator vs N.C McDUFFIE, Shff, declaration in Prohibition. John BLACKMAN Sr and James LANE Sr say they knew John TURNER alias Jack TURNER and he was a free man, a mulatto, one half white and half colored, that Patience TURNER his wife passed and was received as white not having more than one fourth Negro blood. That Reuben TURNER was one of their children, and passed and received as white man, married Dolly MARTIN a free white woman with no negro blood, that Martha TURNER alias Patty TURNER was one of their children and passed and received as free white woman, that Martin TURNER who is her so is reported son of Needham WATSON a white man of no mixture. (much more);

Patience Smith:

Notes:

!PEE DEE QUEUE:Vol XXVIII, No 6, Nov-Dec 2004 pg 5 BILL OF SALE to Pations Turner a white woman:
22 Jul 1769 Thomas Wethersby, Sr of Halifax Co, NC to Pations Turner for 60L, one mulatto man John;


!CENSUS:1790 Georgetown District, SC Prince George Parish pg 56 w/John TURNER no ages (bef 1790) family listed as 10 others;

!CENSUS:1800 Marion Dist, SC pg 803 w/John TURNER Sr no ages given, family listed as 5 Free Colored;

!CENSUS:1810;

!CENSUS:1820;

!NAMED:22 Apr 1822 Marion Co, SC Deeds K-24 Willis FINKLEA Sr sayeth he lived with a woman named Olive SIMMONS near the Cape Fear River who often told him she had seen Patience TURNERs mother, wife of John TURNER Sr, decd and Mrs. SIMMONS often told him she was a white woman of the Irish breed & the mixed blood came by a black man & heard old Mr Abraham DEW say the mother of Patience TURNER was a white woman. S: Willis (X) Finklea Sr;

!COURT:17 Sep 1860 Marion County Court of Common Pleas. Martin W. TURNER, vs Robert J. GREGG, declaration in Prohibition. John BLACKMAN Sr said he knew John TURNER, grandfather of Martin W. TURNER as a free person of color and also Patience TURNER the grandmother of said Martin W. TRUNER that John TURNER was half white and half African, that Patience was judging from her color and from reputation one fourth African blood. The father of said Martin W. TURNER, who was a son of John and Patience was named William TURNER who married Catherine MARTIN a white woman and had several children including Martin W. TURNER, who is only one eighth African blood and of very good character ...;

!COURT:31 Oct 1860 Marion County Court of Common Pleas. Martin W. TURNER, Relator vs N.C McDUFFIE, Shff, declaration in Prohibition. John BLACKMAN Sr and James LANE Sr say they knew John TURNER alias Jack TURNER and he was a free man, a mulatto, one half white and half colored, that Patience TURNER his wife passed and was received as white not having more than one fourth Negro blood. That Reuben TURNER was one of their children, and passed and received as white man, married Dolly MARTIN a free white woman with no negro blood, that Martha TURNER alias Patty TURNER was one of their children and passed and received as free white woman, that Martin TURNER who is her so is reported son of Needham WATSON a white man of no mixture. (much more);

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