Turner family of Mulbarton and Great Yarmouth, in Norfolk: 1547-1894.

Collections & notes.
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StatementBy Harward Turner. For private circulation only.
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LC ClassificationsCS439 .T88 1895
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Pagination4 p. l., 195 p.
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Open LibraryOL6580035M
LC Control Number15019673
OCLC/WorldCa17280094

Title: The Turner family of Mulbarton and Great Yarmouth, in Norfolk:collections and notes Publisher: The Turner family of Mulbarton and Great Yarmouth, in Norfolk:collections and notes Number of pages: pages Year: - Language: English Topics: Geography, United Kingdom.

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Arthur; Page, William Vol 1. A Turner family of Mulbarton and Keningham in Norfolk began in the mid’s with William Turner, said to have been a servant of a local landowner.

Some of these Turners later moved to Great Yarmouth. But Turners were still farming on the land there in There were a number of other Turner families at Great Yarmouth: Francis Turner was. Turner family of Paddock Farm Mulbarton, Norfolk FC Turner (Norfolk) Ltd, painters and decorators Norwich, Norfolk Victoria Building Co Great Yarmouth, Norfolk Victoria House Private.

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We then have two more John Turners at Kenningham: John Turner ( ) by his first wife, Mary Elizabeth, had five daughters and only one son, John Turner, who died a unmarried (Information from 'The Turner Family of Mulbarton and Great Yarmouth', Rev.

Howard Turner (Jarrold & Sons, Norwich, ). Some memorials of the family of roberts of queen's tower, sheffield and cockley cley, swaffham, norfolk the turner family of mulbarton and great yarmouth, in norfolk: the tuthill family of tharston, norfolk county, england and southold, suffolk county, new york.

7 mar tuthill family of tharston, norfolk county, england and southold. The Turner Family of Mulbarton and Great Yarmouth, in Norfolk: The Ketts of Norfolk: a yeoman family: Pedigree of the family of Upwood of Lovell's Hall, Terrington St.

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TURNER The Turner Family of Mulbarton and Great Yarmouth, [Privately printed book, ]. Sylvia Dibbs. A turner family of mulbarton and keningham in norfolk began in the mid’s with william turner, said to have been a servant of a local landowner. There were a number of other turner families at great yarmouth.

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Turner was the son of James Turner, head of the Gurney and Turner's Yarmouth Bank and Elizabeth Cotman, the only daughter of the mayor of Yarmouth, John was educated at North Walsham Grammar School (now Paston College), Norfolk and at Barton Bendish as a pupil of the botanist Robert then went to Pembroke College, Cambridge, where the Master was his uncle Rev.

Joseph Turner. Turner was of Norfolk stock; his forebears came from the village of Keningham, a hamlet of the parish of Mulbarton, a few miles south of Norwich. His father, James Turner, was a banker in Great Yarmouth. The Christian name of Dawson Turner was the surname of his maternal grandmother.

The Edwards family has three generations of blacksmiths associate with North Walsham Norfolk. Herbert and Ernie were sons of John Henry Edwards who established smithies at Mitre Tavern Yard that was active into the early s.

Genealogy of the Urner Family and Sketch of the Coventry Brethren Church in Chester County, Pennsylvania. The Turner family magazine: genealogical, historical and biographical.

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TURNER, Sir GEORGE JAMES (–), lord justice of appeal in chancery, born at Yarmouth on 5 Feb.came of an old Norfolk family, and was the youngest of eight sons of Richard Turner, for many years incumbent of Great Yarmouth.

William Turner (–) [q. v.] was his elder brother. Genealogy of the Urner Family and Sketch of the Coventry Brethren Church in Chester County, Pennsylvania Genealogy of the Urner family and sketch of the Coventry. Some memorials of the family of Roberts of Queen's Tower, Sheffield and Cockley Cley, Swaffham, Norfolk The Turner Family of Mulbarton and Great Yarmouth, in Norfolk: The Tuthill family of Tharston, Norfolk County, England and Southold, Suffolk County, New York.

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Turner family of Wimbotsham: further family papers (ACC /) recorded interviews about memories of life in Norfolk (SAC) Great Yarmouth Borough Council: building control plans and files (ACC /) Mulbarton Parish. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip.

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Alexander. J. The crest and motto of Dawson Turner, the Yarmouth banker, are stamped on the front cover of each book. Although the motto here reads ' Utile quod facias the family motto is given elsewhere as ' Utile quod taceas '.

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