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Husband: William Turner
Born: 1767/1768 in Craven Co, SC (now Marion Co, SC)
Married: before 1800 in Marion Dist, SC
Died: 1855/1860 in Marion Dist, SC
Father: John Turner
Mother: Patience Smith
Spouses: Mary
Wife: Catherine Martin
Born: 1765/1774
Died: 1810/1820 in Marion Dist, SC
Father: Martin
Mother: >>>
Spouses:
Children
01 (F): Catherine Turner
Born: 1804/1805 in Marion Dist, SC
Died: 1870/1873 in Robeson Co, NC
Spouses: Alva Parker
02 (F): Dolly Turner
Born: 1809/1810 in Marion Dist, SC
Died: after 1860 in Marion Dist, SC
Spouses:
03 (M): Theophilus Turner
Born: 1813/1814 in Marion Dist, SC
Died: after 1880 in Webster Co, GA
Spouses: Martha; Frances
04 (M): Martin W Turner
Born: 11 OCT 1815 in Marion Dist, SC
Died: after 1880 in Marion Co, SC
Spouses: Elizabeth Turner
05 (F): Kitsey Turner
Born: 1829/1830 in Marion Dist, SC
Died: after 1860 in Marion Dist, SC
Spouses:
Additional Information

William Turner:

Notes:

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


!NAMED:1794 Petition of inhabitants of Lynch's & Jeffery's Creek (PDQ Vol XXIX, No 2 March-Apr 2005 p 1 - Reuben Turner ... William Turner ... Samuel Hussey ** Note, I thought this was a different set of Turners, but Reuben, William and Samuel Hussey are all of the Catfish Creek Turners;


!CENSUS:1800 Georgetown Dist., SC p 384/770 Kingston County
Willm Turnor age 26-44 (1755/1774)
00010-00010-0-0;


!CENSUS:1810 Marion Dist., SC pg 30-85A Wm Turner age 26-44 (1765/84)
"20010-20010-0-0";


!TAXLIST:1811 Marion Dist, SC William TURNER $0.17;

!TAXLIST:1814 Marion Dist, SC William TURNER $0.48;


!DEED: 3 Oct 1814 Marion Co., SC Deed Book F, p. 324*
William Turner of Marion Dist, late of NC, to John Newson for $240
a Negro girl Elizar age 7 yers.
S: William Turner
Wit: Richard (X) Grantham, Mathew Dickinson
*I think this is one of the Marlboro SC/Richmond NC Turners, and not William s/o John & Patience. I could be wrong though.


!NAMED:29 Aug 1816 Marion Dist, SC Inventory Book 1827-1836 pg 182 Robert HODGES Estate. Notes: ... James CAMPBELL ... Meredith WATSON ... Scarcebook WATSON ... William TURNER ... James JOHNSTON ... Dempsey CAMPBELL ... James JOHNSON ...;


!DEED: 7 Nov 1816 Marion Co, SC Deeds G-26*
William TURNER of Marion Dist, blacksmith to Lewis MILLS who hath neither father nor mother or guardian within this state & is not nor likely to become chargeable to the Parish. Lewis MILLS binds himself apprentice blacksmith to William TURNER until 7 May 1820. Turner agrees to instruct in the craft of Blacksmith & to find Mills in meat, drink washing lodging & clothing and to give 6 mos school. S: William Turner, Lewis (X) Mills
*I think this is one of the Marlboro SC/Richmond NC Turners, and not William s/o John & Patience. I could be wrong though.


!DEED:14 Feb 1817 Marion Co, SC Deeds G-66*
William TURNER to Mary ROWE for $300, a negro girl LIZAR about 10 years old. S: William Turner. Wit: Benjamin LEWIS
*I think this is one of the Marlboro SC/Richmond NC Turners, and not William s/o John & Patience.


!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;

!DEED:16 Dec 1819 Marion Co, SC Deeds I-146 William TURNER & John TURNER to John BRIDGES for $100, 68a East side Catfish. S: William Turner, John (X) Turner. Wit: James G. CRAWFORD, Nathaniel MURFEE;

!CENSUS:1820 Marion Dist, SC pg 67 William TURNER age 45+ (bef 1775)
"210001-12100-0-0";

!TAXLIST:1824 Marion Dist, SC William TURNER $0.28;

!CENSUS:1830 Marion Dist, SC pg 48 William TURNER age 50-59 (1770/80)
"01100001-0001";

!CENSUS:1840 Marion Dist, SC pg 182 William TURNER age 60-69 (1770/80) "000000001-00001";


!DEED:18 Oct 1843 Marion Co., SC Deed Book S, p. 408
Mary TURNER wife of William TURNER, planter, of Marion District to Martin TURNER & Catherine PARKER of same place, for $40, release my dower right to all the lands of my husband or my third of land that I am lawfully entitled to as wife. Land lying on Catfish.
S: Mary (X) Turner.
Witnesses: B. MOODY, J. H. WHALEY
* NOTE: The above deed was probably made because Mary was William's 2nd wife, and she didn't want the children from the first wife to worry about her taking *their* inheritance.;


!CENSUS:1850 Marion Dist., SC # 1266/1271
William Turner 82 M Farmer $2000 Marion
Dolly 40;


!CENSUS:1860;


!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. TURNER 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 ...;

Catherine Martin:

Notes:

!CENSUS:1800 * Georgetown Dist., SC, Kingston County pg 384
w/William Turner age 26-44 (1755/74) "00010-00010-0-0";

!CENSUS:1810 Marion Dist., SC pg 30-85A w/Wm Turner age 26-44 (1765/84)
"20010-20010-0-0";



!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 ...;

(02) Dolly Turner:

Notes:

!CENSUS:1810 Marion Dist., SC pg 30-85A w/Wm Turner age 0-9 (1800/10)
"20010-20010-0-0";

!CENSUS:1820 Marion Dist, SC pg 67 w/William TURNER age 10-15 (1804/10)
"210001-12100-0-0";

!CENSUS:1830 Marion Dist, SC pg 48 w/William TURNER age 15-19 (1810/15);

!CENSUS:1840 Marion Dist, SC pg 182 w/William TURNER age 20-29 (1810/20);


!CENSUS:1850 Marion Dist., SC # 1266/1271
William Turner 82 M Farmer $2000 Marion
Dolly 40;


!CENSUS:1860 Marion Dist., SC Marion Township, Gum Swamp PO, # 223/223
Alva Parker, 60 Farmer $2000/1000 SC
Catherine 50
Alva 11
Benj. 10
Evander 8
Eunice 3
Dolly Turner 40
Kitsey Turner 30.

(05) Kitsey Turner:

Notes:

!NOTES:Kitsy is probably a grandchild of William Turner. Perhaps she is Catherine's for she was with her in 1860;


!CENSUS:1830 * Marion Dist, SC pg x w/Alva PARKER age 0-4 (1825/30)

!CENSUS:1840 Marion Dist, SC pg x w/Alva PARKER age 5-9 (1830/35)


!CENSUS:1850 x


!CENSUS:1860 Marion Dist., SC Marion Township, Gum Swamp PO, # 223/223
Alva Parker, 60 Farmer $2000/1000 SC
Catherine 50
Alva 11
Benj. 10
Evander 8
Eunice 3
Dolly Turner 40
Kitsey Turner 30.

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