Author Topic: TURNER, John (Browning)  (Read 16678 times)

Offline GlennPatrickM1

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Re: TURNER, John (Browning)
« Reply #36 on: Saturday 25 April 20 22:43 BST (UK) »
Here is the notes I have about the JAMES TURNER of Yapton.  No proof this family is related but might be.

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Re: TURNER, John (Browning)
« Reply #37 on: Sunday 26 April 20 09:48 BST (UK) »
Wow Glenn,

This is amazingly thorough and well researched.  Thank you so much!  I'll cross reference all this with what I have and see if I can find out any more.  If you like, I can send you a link to my Ancestry tree (there's a lot of guff that would be irrelevant to you, but who knows you might find it of interest, MelJade has access for example).

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Candy (Catpow)

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Re: TURNER, John (Browning)
« Reply #38 on: Monday 27 April 20 05:27 BST (UK) »
Hi Glenn and Candy,

Thank you Glenn for sharing, a huge amount of information to digest - very excited to read this thoroughly. How did you get a photo of Elizabeth Barnard? what a find.

Candy, hope you are well.  If your email is the same, happy to discuss anything off forum.  Mine has not changed   :)

Browning as a middle name certainly had been used for many generations (more than I expected)  It was last used in my direct line with my Great Grandfather - Clifton (AKA Cliffie/Cliff) Browning Robinson.  Unfortunately he passed away when I was only 4.