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The ancestors and descendants of Philip Bancroft Turpin, 1850-1912 : a descendant of Michael Turpin of Henrico, Virginia

compiled by his great-grandson Thomas Jefferson Turpin
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
[Falls Church, Virginia] : T. Turpin, 1993
vi, 31 p., [83] leaves of plates : ill., coat of arms, facsims., geneal. table, map, ports.

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Includes information on the Bancroft, Butler and Jefferson families.

Family history and genealogical information about the ancestors and descendants of Philip Bancroft Turpin who was born 25 January 1850 in Glencoe, Kentucky. He was the son of Phillip Osborne Turpin and Mary Ellen Butler. Phillip Osborne was a descendant of Thomas Turpin (born ca. 1707) and Obedience Branch. Mary Ellen was a descendant of Thomas Butler (born 6 April 1720) and Eleanor Parker. Philip Bancroft Turpin married Frances Winans Griffin 13 April 1875. They lived in Florida and were the parents of four sons and two daughters. Ancestors were from Virginia, Kentucky, Pennsylvania and elsewhere. Descendants lived in Florida, Virginia, Texas and elsewhere.

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