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The "Long John" Turner family

compiled by Noah Showalter, Wilson Breneman ; typed and indexed by Patricia T. Ritchie
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Winchester, Virginia : N. Showalter, c1993
124 p.

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Bibliography: p.111-113.

Includes index.

Includes information on the families of Turner, Berg, Feaster, Heavener, Keplinger and Riggleman.

John "Long John" Turner (1750?-1840?) was probably born in Maryland and moved at a young age to Rockingham County, Virginia. He married and was the father of seven children. One of his sons was George Turner (b. 1802) who eventually moved to Wisconsin and then further west. Descendants live in West Virginia, Virginia and other parts of the United States.

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