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Turner Name Study

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Surname/tag: Turner
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Categories: Turner Name Study | One Name Studies | DNA Projects.


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How to Join

Please contact the project leader Jennifer Turner directly to let me know you are joining the study. If you have any questions, just ask. Thanks!

Note: I only respond to messages through WikiTree messaging so you must be a WikiTree genealogist

Goals

This is a One Name Study to collect together in one place everything about the surname TURNER and its variants. The hope is that other researchers like you will join our study to help make it a valuable reference point for people studying lines that cross or intersect.

How to participate in the study ("Task List")

1 - Please message me directly Jennifer Turner to alert me you are joining the Turner Name Study here on WikiTree. Welcome. (I only respond to messages through WikiTree so you must be a WikiTree geneologist)

2 - Visit the Turner Name Study Project Page (you are here) and add yourself to the members list below

3 - Add the Name Study Project Template Code to all your Turner profiles. This helps us raise awareness and increase collaboration by adding a project template to each profile included in the name study.

Name Study Project Template Code:

This profile is part of the Turner Name Study.

One Name Study | name =Turner | category =Turner_Name_Study (insert {x2 and }x2 bracketing to complete the code)

4 - Visit the Turner Name Study Project Page to collaborate and add your questions or research details to the bulletin board.

5 - Help to define Turner Name Study sub-Project areas of interest and help to drive the direction of this name study.

Origin

Occupational name for one who worked with a lathe, derived from Old English turnian "to turn", of Latin origin.

Related Surnames

ie potential misspellings, variants, etc.

TRAINER, TRENOR, DURNER, TOURNEUR, THORNER, TRENERY, URNER, THURMER, TURNURE, TURNOUR, TURNOR, TOURNEAR, TOURNIER, TURNEAURE, DERNER,

Members

Please add your name here and what "Turner" area(s) you are working on

Study Lead:

Jennifer Turner (study lead) - Turners from Aberdeenshire, Scotland and western Canada

A to Z Members:

Kathy Alvis Patterson - Turner family descended from James Turner, who died 1743 Caroline Co VA. Also Turner family descended from Roger Turner of Frederick Co VA, who died 1778 Surry Co NC.

Deborah Dunn - Turners that are the ancestors of John ? and Sarah Nancy ?? Turner born in the 1790's in SC/NC. This family moved from SC in the late 1820's and moved into Gwinett Co. GA then on to Calhoun/Cleburne County AL in the 1840's. I descend from a son of this family. We don't know John or Sarah's parents or any siblings. (2) A second line of Turner Ancestors that lived in Illinois in the 1850/60's of Georgia Ann Turner born 1855 in Illinois, her parents died when she and her brother were children and were raised by unknown family. Georgia married S. C. Godwin in IL/AR and she died in Savannah Tenn. We have so many unknowns in our line.

Janine Duran -

Carolyn GiaMarco -

Richard Hollenbeck -

Rebecca McCall - Turner family from Georgia, United States

Tony Mitchell -

Bruce Paulson - Quaker, patriot & immigrant Turners in 1850's Pennsylvania who moved through 1820's New York, originating 1740's Connecticut (so far). Surely, there are earlier beginnings...

Dianne Turner -

James Turner -

Jennifer Turner (study lead)

Sharon Wetzel -







Collaboration

On 11 Aug 2018 at 13:17 GMT Ros Haywood wrote:

Hello

Have you had a chance to review the Trusted List request I sent a week ago on 4 Aug 18?

On 18 Mar 2018 at 02:04 GMT Rebecca McCall wrote:

Surname Database has some fun information on the Turner surname, if anyone else is interested: http://www.surnamedb.com/Surname/Turner

On 10 Mar 2018 at 22:10 GMT Katherine (Alvis) Patterson wrote:

I would like to join the Turner project. I have three different Turner families in my ancestry.

On 1 Mar 2018 at 21:12 GMT James Turner wrote:

I ask to join the Turner Name Study. I have many Turner relatives in Georgia. My GG Grandfather, Jesse M. Turner, is proving difficult to trace. I believe he was born in North Carolina, moved to and married in South Carolina, and ultimately ended up in Newton County, GA. His wife was Prisilla (surname unknown).

On 23 Feb 2018 at 18:10 GMT Rebecca McCall wrote:

Jennifer,

I'm interested in helping with this project, if I can. Are you looking for specific profiles to add the project tag to, or just any Turner profile? I have a few Turner profiles that I'm the manager for, and one of them is currently a brick wall ancestor. My Turner family is in Georgia, United States. Thanks, Rebecca McCall

On 23 Feb 2018 at 02:09 GMT Deborah (Turner) Dunn wrote:

Jennifer, I want to join the Turner Surname Project ! I have two Turner lines in my Heritage and both are dead ends with Brick Walls. One Because of DNA has been proven wrong connections in AL, and the other Turner line the Parents died when the daughter was a child and relatives raised her and siblings from Illinois.