PaulaJ I am going back and reading and looking for clues to go forward with researching and trying to figure out this line of Mystery Turners. * The Nancy in the 1850 Census is possibly the mother?? or Aunt?? of those Turner children. Indicates that she was born in 1800 in GA.
* (The parents of these Turner children Littleberry, Newberry, Simon Berry, James, John, William, David, Matilda, Jane and Andrew were both born in SC as well as their first Three children. Next four were born in GA. )
*The mother?? is later listed as Sarah in several other censuses found. 1860, and 1870
*A* Nancy L. Turner married a Burrell Higginbotham, (in 1894 in AL) Burrell, is the father of the Hulda Higginbotham Kennedy and husband William Kennedy that are listed with Nancy Turner as Head of Household.
*The same children are in the household of Sarah Turner in later census or living beside her on either side in 1860 Calhoun, and 1870 Cleburne County AL.
*There is also an Elizabeth Turner age 70 born in SC in close proximity.in that same 1850 Randolph Co. Census.
*One daughter Jane Turner married a Haywood, he was killed and she is listed in the same area with her family in House hold 273,
beside her husbands parents Thomas and Mary Haywood House Hold 272, on one side
and a family of William Copelands House Hold 274 on the other side he and his wife were born in GA.
*Next house being that of Jane Turner's brother Andrew J Turner b. 1831 GA and wife Matilda and daug Eliza. n House Hold 276,
next household is the brother of Andrew J Turner's wife Matilda, Francis m Harper (Per Census) but should be spelled Hopper House Hold 277,
and his parents John M. and Mary Harper (Hopper) in House Hold 278.
Then Elizabeth Turner age 70 born 1780 in SC next household #279,
and James W. Ellis and family born in GA beside Elizabeth Turner in House Hold 280. I have stiil yet to connect he Ellis family with these Turners.
Still trying to put Sarah Turner and Elizabeth Turner in Place.