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Henry Turner (1680 - 1715)

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Henry Turner
Born in St Peters, New Kent, Virginiamap
Son of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Husband of — married in St. Peter's Parish, New Kent County, Virginiamap
Descendants descendants
Died in St Peters, New Kent, Virginiamap
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Contents

Biography

Death

Death:
Date: BET 14 FEB 1734/35 AND 20 MAY 1735

Imported only 14 FEB 1734/35 from Death Date. Could not parse date out of Death Date (BET 14 FEB 1734/35 AND 20 MAY 1735).

Note

Note: @NI05061@
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FAMILY GROUP
Husband's Full Name: Henry TURNER
Probate: 20 May 1735 Goochland Virginia
Wife's Full Name: Mary
Burial: 29 Mar 1766 Goochland Virginia
Children:
1. Anne TURNER
mar.
to: Welcome William HODGES
2. John TURNER
3. James TURNER
4. Henry TURNER
mar.
to: Susannah JOHNSON
children Benjamin b 4 Oct 1756, Mary b 16 May 1758.
6. Sarah TURNER
mar. 3 Jan 1763 Goochland Virginia
to: John WATKINS
7. Bartholomew "Bartlay" TURNER
mar.
to: Mary JOHNSON
children James b 18 Jul 1765, Charles b 11 Dec 1766, Reuben b 21 Jul1768, Henry b 5 Apr 1770, John b 22 Jan 1773, Pleasants b 29 Nov 1774,and William b 6 Mar 1777.
Henry was in Goochland County by 1731 as the following entry fromCavaliers and Pioneers, Volume III, p 407 shows:
Patent Book 14
"Henry Turner 300 acs. (N.L.) Goochland Co. beg. on Ganeto Cr. On RobertWoodson's Line ...
...
17 September 1731."
Henry's will was written 14 February 1735 and proved 20 May 1735, so hedied between those dates. He names the above children in his will andgives Anne's married name:
Goochland County Virginia Wills and Deeds 1728-1736, Benjamin Weisiger,III
p. 62
"Will of Henry Turner of Goochland County
To John Turner 200 acres, including plantation I live on, to my said son.
To Anne Hodges, 100 acres where she lives, to her my said daughter.
To James Turner, cow and calf to my said son.
To Henry Turner, cow and calf to my said son.
To Sarah Turner, feather bed, etc. worth �6, to my said daughter.
To Bartlay Turner, livestock and items to my said son.
All the rest to my wife Mary Turner for widowhood, then equally to mychildren.
Executors: wife and son John
Dated 14 February 1735.
Wit: James Johnson, Benjamin Watkins, James (T) Seague.
Signed Henry Turner
Proved 20 May 1735."
On 17 and 18 June 1735 Welcome William Hodges gave land in GoochlandCounty to his two brothers-in-law James and Henry:
p. 64
"Deed Welcome William Hodges, for love and affection to my brother-in-lawJames Turner 100 acres on north side of James River next to Col. JohnSims, The Hanover Line, Treasurers run, Henry Turner.
Wit: Robert Rogers, Benjamin Johnson, Isaac Johnson, Sarah Johnson.
Signed Welcome William (W) Hodges.
Recorded 17 June 1735.
p. 65
Deed Welcome William Hodges, for love and affection to my brother-in-lawHenry Turner 100 acres ...
...
Recorded 16 June 1735.
When Sarah Turner married John Watkins, the security (bondsman) was herbrother-in-law Welcome William Hodges.
Mary's funeral was preached by Rev. Douglas and is therefore listed inhis book. It refers to her as the mother of Bartlay Turner.
There was a Henry Turner married Jane Godby 25 Aug 1787 and they had ason Richard born 25 Aug 1787. As with Henry and Bartholomew, the dateslisted as dates of marriage in the Douglas Register book is the same asthe date of birth of the first child. This is because they were marriagesnot in the records of Rev. Douglas and the person putting the booktogether took the date of birth of the first child as a date by whichthey know the couple was married. This can be surprising if you don'tread the introduction.
The will and estate papers of Goochland lists a James Turner in 1734,book 2, p. 15, and a second Henry Turner 1760, book 8, page 93. Thiscould be the son of Henry Turner above.
Children of Henry and Mary (�) Baker Turner
2� Anne Turner [1778.T1.1] (1709) was baptized 4 March 1709/10. Shemarried Welcome William Hodges who gave 100 acres on the north side ofthe James River each to his brothers-in-law, James and Henry Turner, in1735. She was then Anne Hodges when her father made his will.
Hodges left a will in Goochland County naming three sons, threedaughters, and his wife, Ann (will dated 28 Dec. 1771, recorded 17 Aug.1772).
3� Benjamin Hodges [1778.T1.1.1].
3� William Hodges [1778.T1.1.2].
3� Jesse Hodges [1778.T1.1.3].
3� Ursula Hodges [1778.T1.1.4].
3� Ann Hodges [1778.T1.1.5].
3� Susanna Hodges [1778.T1.1.6].
3� Sarah Hodges [1778.T1.1.7], not named in her father�s will, marriedJames Kennedy in Goochland County 11 January (bond) 1763.
2� John Turner [1778.T1.2] (10 July 1714 ).
2� James Turner [1778.T1.3] was a sergeant in the French and Indian War.
2� Henry Turner [1778.T1.4] left a will in Goochland County speaking ofhis mother, without naming her, letting his sister Sarah live on his landuntil she married, and naming two sons (will dated 6 Jan. 1759, recorded20 May 1760).
3� Pleasant Turner [1778.T1.4.1] married first Agnes Woodson 11 October(bond) 1781, and second, Polly Carrell 21 February (bond) 1799.
3� John Turner [1778.T1.4.2].
2� Sarah Turner [1778.T1.5] married John Watkins in Goochland County 3January (bond) 1763. Welcome William Hodges certified her age.
2� Barclay Turner [1778.T1.6].
2� Charles Turner [1778.T1.7] (25 Jan. 1712/3 ), son of Henry Turner, wasborn in St. Peter�s Parish. He did not appear in his father�s will.
THE FOLLOWING IS AN EXCERPT TAKEN FROM THE VALENTINE PAPERS vOL. 1-4:
"Jonathan Knight & Judith his wife, Granville Co. North Carolina ,Archer Pledge & Anna his wife, Goochland Co. , John Redford & Unita hiswife, Henrico Co. , Pleasant Turner & Agatha his wife Halifax Co. andPerrin Redford & Susannah his wife, Goochland Co. and Thomas Woodson &Mary his wife, of the county of Goochland , (the above are daughters ofJoseph Woodson , of Genito and their husbands) to Joseph Woodson son &heir of Joseph Woodson , of Genito , 325 a. of land on the Creek andbranches of Beaver Dam Creek in Goochland Co. This deed is made tocorrect an error in Joseph Woodson 's will. He intended to give his sonJoseph the 325 a. land mentioned above. Dat. Oct. 25, 1790 . Ibid. p. 79.
John Woodson , of Henrico Co. from William Owen , of same Co. 1500lbs. tob. �8: sterl. 100 acres in sd. Co. on S. side of ChickahominySwamp near a place called half-sinks being part of a Greater Dividendformerly granted to Henry Turner , by patent: it being all the Land aboveStrong Run that ever belonged to Henry Turner , Seth Wrench or myself:Oct. 1, 1703 . Recd. 9ber ye 1st 1703 : Ibid. p. 346. "
@F01751@ FAM
Husband: @I05061@
Wife: @I05063@
Child: @I05060@
Child: @I05066@
Child: @I05067@
Child: @I05068@
Child: @I05070@
Child: @I05072@
Child: @I05073@
Marriage:
Date: 6 JAN 1708/09
Place: St. Peter's Parish, New Kent Co., VA.



Name

Name: HENRY /Turner/[1][2][3]

Birth

Birth:
Date: 1680
Place: St Peters, New Kent, Virginia, United States[4]

Death

Death:
Date: 17 DEC 1715
Place: St Peters, New Kent, Virginia, United States[5]

Event

Event:
Type: Arrival
Date: 1699
Place: Virginia[6]

Residence

Residence:
Place: Virginia[7]

Sources

  • Author: Gale Research Title: Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s Publication: Name: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc, 2010.
  • Title: Christ Church Parish, Virginia Records, 1653-1812 Publication: Name: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.


  1. Source: #S1 Page: Ancestry Family Trees Data: Text: http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=15783248&pid=100
  2. Source: #S12 Page: Place: Virginia; Year: 1699; Page Number: . Data: Text: Birth date: abt 1680 Birth place: Arrival date: 1699 Arrival place: Virginia NOTEhttp://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=pili354&h=4118159&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt CONT
  3. Source: #S13 Data: Text: Death date: 17 Dec 1715 Death place: Residence date: Residence place: Virginia NOTEhttp://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=parish&h=4713&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt CONT
  4. Source: #S12 Page: Place: Virginia; Year: 1699; Page Number: . Data: Text: Birth date: abt 1680 Birth place: Arrival date: 1699 Arrival place: Virginia NOTEhttp://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=pili354&h=4118159&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt CONT
  5. Source: #S13 Data: Text: Death date: 17 Dec 1715 Death place: Residence date: Residence place: Virginia NOTEhttp://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=parish&h=4713&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt CONT
  6. Source: #S12 Page: Place: Virginia; Year: 1699; Page Number: . Data: Text: Birth date: abt 1680 Birth place: Arrival date: 1699 Arrival place: Virginia NOTEhttp://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=pili354&h=4118159&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt CONT
  7. Source: #S13 Data: Text: Death date: 17 Dec 1715 Death place: Residence date: Residence place: Virginia NOTEhttp://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=parish&h=4713&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt CONT


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On 29 Jun 2017 at 21:35 GMT Judy (Goodman) Wardlow wrote:

Turner-12168 and Turner-599 appear to represent the same person because: I believe these two profiles represent the same person. They have the same name and the same wife. Turner-599 is an orphan profile. I recommend that the manager of Turner-12168 adopt Turner-599 to make it easier to accomplish the merge.



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