Sarah F. Turner1,2

F, #2821, b. circa 1809
RelationshipGrandniece of Terisha Turner
FatherFrancis W. Spencer Turner1 b. b 1780, d. b 28 Jun 1852
MotherMary E. Harris b. c 1785

Family

Albert G. Curd d. b 7 Sep 1850
Children
Last Edited28 Jun 2021
     Sarah F. Turner was born circa 1809, daughter of Francis W. Spencer Turner and Mary E. Harris, in Nelson County, Virginia.3

     Sarah and Albert G. Curd obtained a marriage bond on 28 May 1832 in Nelson County, Virginia, with N. F. Cabell as bondsman.2,4

     On 10 June 1841, she is named Sarah F. Cu[unreadable, but obviously it must be Curd] in her father's will of this date.1

Census and Occupation

DateEnumeration and OccupationLocation
185039 years of age and head of householdNelson County, Virginia5
186051 years of age and head of househol. She is living adjacent to her son and his family as well as her sister, Jane R. and her familyNelson County, Virginia6
Farming6
1860with four slaves: one male, age 30; one female, age 12 and two males, age 10Nelson County, Virginia7

Citations

  1. [S1356] Nelson County, Virginia Will Books, vols. J-K, 1851-1859, FHL Film 0,032,718, microfilm of original records at the Nelson County Courthouse in Lovingston, Virginia, Francis W. S. Turner will, Will Book J, page 156.
  2. [S2945] "Virginia Marriages, 1785-1940," index, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, (FamilySearch: https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XRZG-YM5, entry for Albert G. Curd and Sarah F. Turner, 28 May 1832; citing Nelson County, Virginia, reference 29, FHL microfilm 32,734, accessed 24 Dec 2012).
  3. [S5507] "United States Census, 1860," index and images, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, (FamilySearch: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MHM9-X79 ), entry for Francis E. Curd, 1860, Nelson, Virginia; citing page 129, household 919, NARA microfilm publication M653 (Washington, D. C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL Film 805,365, accessed 8 Nov 2020.
  4. [S6317] "Nelson County, Virginia Marriage Bonds, 1808-1866," images, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, (FamilySearch: Provo, Utah, entry for Albert G. Curd and Sarah F. Turner, 1832, at https://www.familysearch.org/records/images/image-details?page=1&place=394978&rmsId=M9MP-H57&imageIndex=22&singleView=true, accessed 8 Nov 2020). These bonds were copies from a photostat copy of the county clerk's register of marriages in the Virginia State Library by Joel Hicks, and typed by Miss Mackeene Smith.
  5. [S5499] "1850 United States Federal Census," index and images, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, (FamilySearch: https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:M8DX-X7K ), entry for Sarah F Curo, Nelson county, part of, Nelson, Virginia, United States; citing family 389, NARA microfilm publication M432 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL Microfilm 444,953, accessed 8 Nov 2020.
  6. [S5507] "1860 US Census," Sarah F Curd, 1860, Nelson, Virginia; citing page 129, household 918, NARA microfilm publication M653 (Washington, D. C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL Film 805,365, accessed 8 Nov 2020 at ( https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MHM9-X79 ).
  7. [S6327] "United States Census (Slave Schedule), 1860," index and images, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, (FamilySearch: https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:W2XP-P33Z ), entry for Sarah F. Curd, Nelson, Virginia, page 63, accessed 8 Nov 2020.
  8. [S5507] "1860 US Census," Francis E. Curd, 1860, Nelson, Virginia; citing page 129, household 919, NARA microfilm publication M653 (Washington, D. C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL Film 805,365, accessed 8 Nov 2020 at ( https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MHM9-X7W ).
  9. [S6106] "Virginia Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912," index, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, (FamilySearch: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:HJPP-JGW2, entry for Henry Curd, 1861, Nelson County, no. 25, accessed 8 Nov 2020) Images only a available at a Family History Center or FamilySearch affiliate library.

William H. Carter1

M, #2822, b. circa 1811, d. 28 January 1877
FatherWilliam F. Carter2 b. c 1785
MotherJane C. Howard2 d. b 6 Sep 1850

Family

Jane R. Turner b. c 1814
Children
Last Edited7 Apr 2021
     William H. Carter was born circa 1811, son of William F. Carter and Jane C. Howard, in Albemarle County, Virginia.3,4

     William and Jane R. Turner obtained a marriage bond on 15 November 1830 in Nelson County, Virginia.5,6,7

     William H. Carter married Jane R. Turner, daughter of Francis W. Spencer Turner and Mary E. Harris, on 17 November 1830 at Nelson County, Virginia, with Edward L. Warren officiating at the ceremony.1,8

     William H. Carter died of Liver Disease on 28 January 1877 in Nelson County, Virginia. The informant was his son, Otho W. Carter.2

Census and Occupation

DateEnumeration and OccupationLocation
185039 years of age. Also living in his household was Otto Carter, age 35, with no professionNelson County, Virginia3
Farmer with real estate valued at $2,0003
186050 years of ageWillow Bank PO, Nelson County, Virginia9
Farmer with real estate valued at $4,950 and personal property worth $31,0009
187060 years of ageRockfish Township, Nelson County, Virginia10
Farmer with real estate valued at $3,000 and personal property worth $35010

Citations

  1. [S451] Ricks, Joel. Nelson County, Virginia Marriage Bonds 1808-1866 (Salt Lake City, Utah: [copied by Joel Ricks] ; typed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, October 1936), page 13 . Can be accessed online.
  2. [S6106] "Virginia Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912," index, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, (FamilySearch: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XRMG-M7J, entry for Wm. H Carter, 1877, Nelson County, accessed 31 Oct 2020) Images only a available at a Family History Center or FamilySearch affiliate library.
  3. [S5499] "1850 United States Federal Census," index and images, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, (FamilySearch: https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:M8DX-VPW ), entry for William H. Carter, Nelson county, part of, Nelson, Virginia, United States; citing family 413, NARA microfilm publication M432 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.), FHL Microfilm 444,953, accessed 31 Oct 2020.
  4. [S5507] "United States Census, 1860," index and images, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, (FamilySearch: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MHM9-X7Z ), entry for William H Carter, 1860, Nelson, Virginia; citing page 129, household 920, NARA microfilm publication M653 (Washington, D. C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL Film 805,365, accessed 31 Oct 2020. Provides county of birth.
  5. [S612] Vogt, John and Kethley, T. William, Jr.. Virginia Historic Marriage Register - Nelson County Virginia 1808-1850 (Athens: Iberian Publisning Company, 1985).
  6. [S6310] Davis, Bailey Fulton, compiler. Marriages From Beginning of (Nelson) County Through 1837 (Amherst, Virginia: BFD, 1968), page 34; clearly reads the license was obtained 15 Nov 1830 with marriage occurring on 17 Nov 1830. . This book is now online.
  7. [S6317] "Nelson County, Virginia Marriage Bonds, 1808-1866," images, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, (FamilySearch: Provo, Utah, entry for Wm. H. Carter and Jane R. Turner, 1830, at https://www.familysearch.org/records/images/image-details?page=1&place=394978&rmsId=M9MP-H57&imageIndex=17&singleView=true, accessed 8 Nov 20200). These bonds were copies from a photostat copy of the county clerk's register of marriages in the Virginia State Library by Joel Hicks, and typed by Miss Mackeene Smith.
  8. [S5984] "Nelson County Obits and Marriages Extracts Copied from the "Henley Marriage & Obituary Index"", email at e-mail address, contributed by Debra Miller, online at http://files.usgwarchives.net/va/nelson/vitals/vitextr1.txt , uploaded 21 Sep 2019, citing Daily Richmond Whig, page 3, column 2.
  9. [S5507] "1860 US Census," William H Carter, 1860, Nelson, Virginia; citing page 129, household 920, NARA microfilm publication M653 (Washington, D. C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL Film 805,365, accessed 31 Oct 2020 at ( https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MHM9-X7Z ).
  10. [S5500] "United States Census, 1870," index and images, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, (FamilySearch: https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MFGR-9JF ), entry for Wm H Carter, 1870, Rockfish, Nelson, Virginia; citing page 23-24, family 183, NARA microfilm publication M593 (Washington, D. C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL Film 553,164, accessed 31 Oct 2020.

Lawrence Campbell1

M, #2823, d. before 17 October 1814

Family

Henrietta (--?--)
Child
Last Edited10 Dec 2020
     Lawrence Campbell married Henrietta (--?--). I have been unable to find a marriage record for them as of 12 Nov 2020.1

     On 12 March 1801, Lawrence Campbell witnessed the marriage bond of his daughter, Sarah with James L. Turner at Amherst County, Virginia.2

     Lawrence Campbell left a will dated on 8 January 1813 in Amherst County, Virginia. In his will, Lawence names his wife, Henrietta (or possibly Amerilla); daughter Nancy Malony, widow of my son Jas; sons: Lawrence and Catlett; daughter, Mary Ann Burk, paid to Jos. Burk; daughter Judith Maginnis (?); daughter, Sally Turner, wife of Jas. L. Turner; daugher, Pamela Waugh; and granddaughter, Eliza Waugh. Witnesses were: David S. Garland; Jer. Franklin; and Henr Franklin.1

     Lawrence Campbell named "my daughter Sally Turner one eighth part to her, etc.. . . . she first paying to my Estate £100 which I am bound to pay for her Husband, James L. Turner which includes a Debt due to David and Jas. Garland" in his will. Obviously, James L. Turner had suffered financial difficulties possibly during the Panic of 1818.1

     Lawrence Campbell died before 17 October 1814.
     Find A Grave does not have a burial listing for him as of 1 May 2019.3

     His estate was probated on 17 October 1814 in Amherst County, Virginia, by Jer. Franklin.1

     On 18 December 1815, further proof of the will was sworn to by David S. Garland and Henry Franklin.1

Citations

  1. [S592] Davis, Bailey Fulton, abstractor. The Wills of Amherst County, Virginia 1761-1865 (Easley: Southern Historical Press, c1985), pages 48-49; citing Will Book 5, page 535.
  2. [S6294] "Amherst County, Virginia, Marriage Register, 1763-1853," image, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, FamilySearch (Provo, Utah): accessed 14 Oct 2020), entry for James L. Turner and Sally Campbell, 1801, at https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L9XF-NZX9 .
  3. [S592] Davis. Amherst Co., VA Wills 1761-1865, page 48; citing Will Book 5, page 535.

Van Trump Turner1

M, #2829, b. 12 December 1808, d. 22 May 1849
RelationshipGreat-grandnephew of Terisha Turner
FatherJames L. Turner d. 28 Jan 1823
MotherSarah Campbell b. c 1785

Family

Julia Artense Black b. 12 Nov 1819, d. 3 Apr 1898
Children
Last Edited9 Jul 2021
     Van Trump Turner was born on 12 December 1808, son of James L. Turner and Sarah Campbell, in Fincastle, Botetourt County, Virginia. This information comes from an undocumented family tree on Ancestry.com. He was also known as Vantrump, signing his name this way in his letters.2

     Sarah Campbell Turner moved along with her sons, Lucius, Van Tromp, and daughter (Helena Belt) to St. Clair County, Illinois in the fall of 1831. After Helena's husband died, Sarah lived with her daughter in Lebanon, Illinois.3

     Van Trump, 30, married Julia Artense Black, 19, on 12 September 1839 in Marion County, Illinois.4,5

     He performed his Military Service by serving in Company C, 1st Illinois Volunteers during the Mexican War of 1846-1848. He was commissioned Captain on 5 May 1847.6,7

     On 9 December 1847, he wrote a letter requesting permission to return to Illinois. On the same date Col. E. W. B. Newby wrote Vantrump with respect to his orders, which on the third image, Vantrump recognizes.2,8

     In February 1848, he was absent from his military post at Albuquerque, Bernalillo County, New Mexico, on special duty as a bearer of dispatches from the ?st militiary dep. to War operations since 12 Oct 1847.9

     In June 1848, Capt. Vantrump Turner was absent from his military post in Albuquerque, Bernalillo County, New Mexico, on detached service as bearer of dispatches to Washington City.10

     Van Trump Turner died on 22 May 1849 at age 40 in Independence, Jackson County, Missouri. This information comes from an undocumented family tree on Ancestry.com. I can find no verification information, either in Missouri or in the 1850 mortality enumeration.

     On 17 May 1963, Ann Eliza Turner McDowell's daughter, Ruth McDowell gave the following sworn statement to Mildred K. Fortune, Notary Public:
     "That she was born at Fincastle, Virginia on the 17 day of Dec. 1884, the youngest child of James McDowell and Ann Eliza Turner.
     That her mother, Ann Eliza Turner, was born at Fincastle, Virginia the 27th day of Sept., 1840, the only child of Dr. Pitticus Turner and his wife Sarah Ann Rebekah Rudisill (d. March 26, 1842).
     That her mother, Ann Eliza Turner, was orphaned at the age of four and was reared by a maternal (Rudisill) aunt.
     That the family Bible and all papers concerning Dr. Pitticus Turner were destroyed in a town wild fire in her mother's early married life.
     That her mother often spoke of having visited two bachelor great-uncles, Lemuel and Stephen (Turner), and a beloved 'Aunt Dillard.'
     That her mother had an Aunt Helena (Turner) who 'west West' to live and an 'Uncle Van Tromp.'
     That the affiant, whose next older brother was Campbell McDowell, has always been told that she is descended from the Clan Campbell through Dr. Pitticus Turner's mother.
     That the affiant had distant cousins names Peters - one, Cynthia Mundy Massie, may still be living, also a 'cousin', Elizabeth Dillard' who had a daughter Cynthia and sons, Dr. J. Dillard of Lynchburg and James Dillard. in Bluefield, Mercer County, West Virginia.11

Census and Occupation

DateEnumeration and OccupationLocation
1840with one male under 5, one free white male 20 thru 29 (himself); and one free white female 20 thru 29 (his wife). Four persons were employed in agriculture, although no slaves are listedMarion County, Illinois12

Citations

  1. [S523] Turner, Louise Patton Richardson. Some Turners of Virginia (Tulsa: L. P. R. T., 1965), page 32 . Names Van Tromp. This book is not as well documented as one would like, however, it displays more research effort than one usually finds in books of this period on family genealogy.
  2. [S6582] Vantrump Turner, Letters Received by the Office of the Adjutant General Main Series, 1822-1860 (Washington, D. C.: NARA), Publication No. M567, Record Group 94, Roll 0363; digitized and made available by Fold3, https://www.fold3.com/image/292778418, accessed 8 Jul 2021.
  3. [S523] Turner. Some Turners of VA, page 33.
  4. [S6578] "Illinois, Compiled Marriages, 1790-1860," index, (Ancestry.com Operations Inc.: (Provo, Utah), accessed 8 Jul 2021, entry for Van Trump Turner and J. A. Black, 12 Sep 1839, Marion County, FHL microfilm 1,010,515.
  5. [S6039] "Newspapers.com," index and images, (Ancestry.com: (Provo, Utah), accessed 8 Jul 2021, entry for Julia A. Turner, Marion County Democrat (Salem, Illinois), 5 Apr 1898, page 8, image 8 of 8.
  6. [S6579] "United States Mexican War Pension Index, 1887-1926," index and images, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, (FamilySearch: https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K8H7-89P, entry for Julia A Turner, 28 Feb 1887, Application No. 2198, Cert. No. 938, Illinois, accessed 8 Jul 2021).
  7. [S6581] "U. S. Adjutant General Military Records, 1631-1976," index and images, (Ancestry.com Operations Inc.: (Provo, Utah), accessed 8 Jul 2021, entry for Vantrump Turner, Illinois, report year 1873-1874, page 26, image 26 of 37.
  8. [S6583] Vantrump Turner, Letters Received by the Office of the Adjutant General Main Series, 1822-1860 (Washington, D. C.: NARA), Publication No. M567, Record Group 94, Roll 0363; digitized and made available by Fold3, https://www.fold3.com/image/292778420, accessed 8 Jul 2021.
  9. [S6580] "U. S. Returns from Military Posts, 1806-1916," index and images, (Ancestry.com Operations Inc.: (Provo, Utah), accessed 8 Jul 2021, entry for Capt. Vantrump Turner, Feb 1848, image 15 of 577.
  10. [S6580] "U.S. Returns from Milit. Posts, 1806-1916," index and images, Ancestry.com Operations Inc., entry for Capt. Vantrump Turner, Jun 1848, image 19 of 577.
  11. [S523] Turner. Some Turners of VA, pages 40, 41.
  12. [S6008] "1840 United States Federal Census," index and images, (Ancestry.com: (Provo, Utah), accessed 8 Jul 2021, entry for Vantrump Turner, 1840, Marion, Illinois, roll 64, page 159, line 21, FHL microfilm 7,643, image 10 of 65, National Archives and Records Administration.
  13. [S5959] "1850 United States Federal Census," index and images, (Ancestry.com Operations Inc: (www.ancestry.com), accessed 8 Jul 2021, entry for Julia Turner in the household of Rachael Black, 1850, Marion, Illinois; citing roll 119, page 49b, family 707, image 98 of 160; citing original data from the National Archives MIcrofilm Publication M432.

Pitticus Turner1

M, #2830, b. 1816, d. before February 1845
RelationshipGreat-grandnephew of Terisha Turner
FatherJames L. Turner d. 28 Jan 1823
MotherSarah Campbell b. c 1785

Family

Sarah Ann Rudisill b. bt 1811 - 1815, d. 28 May 1842
Child
Last Edited8 Jul 2021
     Pitticus Turner was born in 1816, son of James L. Turner and Sarah Campbell, in Fincastle, Botetourt County, Virginia. This information comes from an undocumented family tree on Ancestry.com. He was also known as Petticus.2

     In 1834, he wrote his essay on Scarlatina which was mentioned in the Catalogue of the Medical Graduates in the University of Pennsylvania, at the Commencement held 4 Apr 1845.3

     Pitticus Turner was Medical Doctor.

     Pitticus Turner married Sarah Ann Rudisill, daughter of Jacob Rudisill, on 15 December 1839 in Botetourt County, Virginia.4,2,5

     Pitticus Turner left a will dated on 27 June 1844 in Botetourt County, Virginia. Pitticus Turner left "everything in his will to his tiny daughter Ann Eliza with the provision that, if she did not live to maturity, it should go to his sister, Helena C. Belt and the heirs she may have had by the late Dr. Francis T. Belt."6

     Pitticus Turner died before February 1845 in Fincastle, Botetourt County, Virginia.

     His estate was probated in February 1845 in Botetourt County, Virginia.6

     Pitticus Turner's estate was inventoried in Botetourt County, Virginia, in the amount of $754.42.7

     The Sale of his property apparently began on 12 Feb 1845 at Botetourt County, Virginia, for a total of $762.24

     A continuation of the sale was held 1 Apr 1845 for the amount of $125.42 and presented to the June 1846 Court.8

     A Bill of Appraisement made on 13 Feb 1845 was presented to the Court in Jun 1846 in the amount of
$281.38 at Botetourt County, Virginia.9

     In March 1847, in this term of Court, the final settlement was made on the estate of Pitticus Turner by Jacob Rudisill and John T. Wilson, executors of his estate at Botetourt County, Virginia.10

     On 17 May 1963, Ann Eliza Turner McDowell's daughter, Ruth McDowell gave the following sworn statement to Mildred K. Fortune, Notary Public:
     "That she was born at Fincastle, Virginia on the 17 day of Dec. 1884, the youngest child of James McDowell and Ann Eliza Turner.
     That her mother, Ann Eliza Turner, was born at Fincastle, Virginia the 27th day of Sept., 1840, the only child of Dr. Pitticus Turner and his wife Sarah Ann Rebekah Rudisill (d. March 26, 1842).
     That her mother, Ann Eliza Turner, was orphaned at the age of four and was reared by a maternal (Rudisill) aunt.
     That the family Bible and all papers concerning Dr. Pitticus Turner were destroyed in a town wild fire in her mother's early married life.
     That her mother often spoke of having visited two bachelor great-uncles, Lemuel and Stephen (Turner), and a beloved 'Aunt Dillard.'
     That her mother had an Aunt Helena (Turner) who 'west West' to live and an 'Uncle Van Tromp.'
     That the affiant, whose next older brother was Campbell McDowell, has always been told that she is descended from the Clan Campbell through Dr. Pitticus Turner's mother.
     That the affiant had distant cousins names Peters - one, Cynthia Mundy Massie, may still be living, also a 'cousin', Elizabeth Dillard' who had a daughter Cynthia and sons, Dr. J. Dillard of Lynchburg and James Dillard. in Bluefield, Mercer County, West Virginia.11

Tax Rolls

DatePropertyLocation
1838within the district of Philip Crist Jr, Commissioner, with one White tithable over 16 and one horseBotetourt County, Virginia12
1839in the district of H. Walker with one white tithable and one horseBotetourt County, Virginia13
1840in Henry Walker's district with one White tithable and one horseBotetourt County, Virginia14
1841in H. Walker's district with one White tithable, one slave over 16 and one horseBotetourt County, Virginia15
1842in Jno. Wilson's district with one White male over 16, one slave overe 16 and one horseBotetourt County, Virginia16
1843in John T. Wilson's district with one White male over 16 and one horseBotetourt County, Virginia17
1844with one White male voer 16, two slaves over 16 and four horsesBotetourt County, Virginia18
1845his estate's four horses and one four-wheel pleasure wheel taxed at $1.7519

Census and Occupation

DateEnumeration and OccupationLocation
1840unable to find him in Botetourt County or anywhere as of 30 Nov 2020

Citations

  1. [S523] Turner, Louise Patton Richardson. Some Turners of Virginia (Tulsa: L. P. R. T., 1965), page 39 . This book is not as well documented as one would like, however, it displays more research effort than one usually finds in books of this period on family genealogy.
  2. [S6332] "Virginia, Select Marriages, 1785-1940," index, (Ancestry.com Operations: (Provo, Utah), accessed 30 Nov 2020, entry for Petticus Turner and Sarah Ann Rudizill or Rudisill, 1839, Botetourt County, page 418, FHL Microfilm 30,734.
  3. [S6178] "U. S., School Catalogs, 1765-1935," index and images, (Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.: (Provo, Utah), accessed 30 Nov 2020, entry for Pitticus Turner, 1834, page 92, of the 1845 catalog, image 97 of 128.
  4. [S142] Vogt, John and Kethley, T. William, Jr.. Botetourt County, Virginia Marriages 1770-1853 (Athens, Georgia: Iberian Publisning Company, 1987).
  5. [S523] Turner. Some Turners of VA, page. Says they married 5 Dec 1837 which is probably a typo.
  6. [S6446] "Botetourt County, Virginia Will Book G, 1843-1849," images, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, (FamilySearch: Provo, Utah), entry for Pitticus Turner, 1844, page 135, image 436 of 693 : accessed 3 Feb 2021, at https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G9PH-Y762?i=435&cat=367591 .
  7. [S6446] "Botetourt Co., VA Will Bk. G, 184301849," FamilySearch, Pitticus Turner, 1844, page 276-277, image 507 of 693 at https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G9PH-Y78G?i=506&cat=367591, accessed 3 Feb 2021.
  8. [S6446] "Botetourt Co., VA Will Bk. G, 184301849," FamilySearch, Pitticus Turner, 1844, pages 280-282, images 508-510 of 693 at https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G9PH-Y7DC?i=508&cat=367591, accessed 3 Feb 2021.
  9. [S6446] "Botetourt Co., VA Will Bk. G, 184301849," FamilySearch, Pitticus Turner, 1844, page 277-279, image 507-508 of 693 at https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G9PH-Y78G?i=506&cat=367591, accessed 3 Feb 2021.
  10. [S6446] "Botetourt Co., VA Will Bk. G, 184301849," FamilySearch, Pitticus Turner, 1844, page 382, image 561 of 693 at https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G9PH-Y743?i=560&cat=367591, accessed 3 Feb 2021.
  11. [S523] Turner. Some Turners of VA, pages 40, 41.
  12. [S6445] "Botetourt County, Virginia Personal Property Tax Lists, 1838-1848," images, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, (Ancestry.com Operations Inc.: Provo, Utah), entry for Petticus Turner, 1838, page 25, image 24 of 612, accessed 3 Feb 2021, at https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSQ2-7SBX-X?i=23&cat=776740.
  13. [S6445] "Botetourt Co., VA, Tax Lists, 1838-1848," Ancestry.com Operations Inc., Petticus Turner, 1839, page 22, image 88 of 612, accessed 3 Feb 2021.
  14. [S6445] "Botetourt Co., VA, Tax Lists, 1838-1848," Ancestry.com Operations Inc., Petticus Turner, 1840, page 23, image 123 of 612, accessed 3 Feb 2021.
  15. [S6445] "Botetourt Co., VA, Tax Lists, 1838-1848," Ancestry.com Operations Inc., Petticus Turner, 1841, page 23, image 163 of 612, accessed 3 Feb 2021.
  16. [S6445] "Botetourt Co., VA, Tax Lists, 1838-1848," Ancestry.com Operations Inc., Petticus Turner, 1842, page 31, image 214 of 612, accessed 3 Feb 2021.
  17. [S6445] "Botetourt Co., VA, Tax Lists, 1838-1848," Ancestry.com Operations Inc., Petticus Turner, 1843, page 28, image 266 of 612, accessed 3 Feb 2021.
  18. [S6445] "Botetourt Co., VA, Tax Lists, 1838-1848," Ancestry.com Operations Inc., Petticus Turner, 1844, page 30, image 319 of 612, accessed 3 Feb 2021.
  19. [S6445] "Botetourt Co., VA, Tax Lists, 1838-1848," Ancestry.com Operations Inc., Petticus Turner, 1845, Personal Property List B, page 27, image 385 of 612, accessed 3 Feb 2021.
  20. [S6332] "VA Select Marriages, 1785-1940," index, Ancestry.com Operations, entry for James Mcdowell and Ann Eliza Turner, 1860, Botetourt County, Ref. ID P11, L1, FHL microfilm 30,732.