In 1646 the Somers Islands Company sent Captain Thomas Turner to Bermuda to quash the Congregationalist church reformation and impose a Presbyterian settlement there. He served as governor of Bermuda from 1647 until his resignation in 1649. He owned 11 acres on Ireland Island and 18 acres at Hog Bay. After 1649 he lived on 14 acres at Somerset, Bermuda.
Will of Thomas Turner of Sandys Tribe, Bermuda, 15th November 1679
Daughter Ann, wife of John Roberts of Hamilton Tribe. Daughter Dorothy wife of William Albery of Eleuthera and 2 sons and 2 daughters. Grandsons: George Roberts and William Roberts. Son in law Robert Burch. Grandsons Thomas Waylett. Granddaughter Love Waylett. Sisters of Thomas Waylett viz. Susanna Merritt, Elizabeth, Martha, and Marie Waylett. Granddaughter Susanna Merritt's two chlldren, Eward and William Merritt. Wife Susanna Turber. Friends Jonothan Burch and John King, Overseers.
Note: Robert Burch married the daughter Susanna and their children were: Elizabeth, Marie, Love, Thomas Jeremiah and John.
15th June 1690. Deed of gift from Jonothan Turner of Devon Tribe and wife Bridget to daughter Elizabeth wife of Nathaniel Tatoum one have share in Pembroke.
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On 17 Sep 2015 at 20:41 GMT Mags Gaulden wrote:
On 17 Sep 2015 at 20:37 GMT Mags Gaulden wrote:
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