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Holden Turner and Jennet Hutchinson- Early Days in New Brunswick
Holden Turner and Jennet Hutchinson- Early Days in New Brunswick
Holden was our first Turner ancestor to settle in Canada. This chapter covers his early years, settlement and life in the Fredericton area.

Excerpt from A Melding of Cultures Ancestors of George Turner and Bernadette Joanis Volume 1 Our Turners: Canadian Transportation Pioneers, Mark Cullen, Vancouver, 2013, pp 1-11 plus notes and appendices.  

 
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Holden Turner death notice
Holden Turner death notice
The Head Quarters January 8, 1845 
 
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Holden Turner family tree chart
Holden Turner family tree chart
 
 
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Holden Turner signature 1820
Holden Turner signature 1820
Taken from Holden's petition for land 4 May 1820 
 
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Holden Turner – Fredericton area where he lived c1784-1845
Holden Turner – Fredericton area where he lived c1784-1845
 
 
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Holden Turner's Ancestors
Holden Turner's Ancestors
 
 
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Jack Dolman and his Producer's Dairy milk wagon c1925
Jack Dolman and his Producer's Dairy milk wagon c1925
 
 
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Jack Dolman's milk wagon c1930
Jack Dolman's milk wagon c1930
 
 
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James McClements death record 1919
James McClements death record 1919
 
 
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James McClements family
James McClements family
Back: Tom Powers, Albert, Wilfrid & Pat McClements, Barney Cullen Front: Bea McClements, Eileen Powers, Mary & Julia McClements c1915 
 
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James McClements family tree chart
James McClements family tree chart
 
 
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James Turner c1895
James Turner c1895
 
 
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Jane Cassidy and William Kelly
Jane Cassidy and William Kelly
 
 
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Jean-Baptiste Depoca dit Joanis & Marie-Louise Paquet marriage record 1738
Jean-Baptiste Depoca dit Joanis & Marie-Louise Paquet marriage record 1738
 
 
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Jean-Baptiste Depoca dit Joanis (1707-1792) and Marie-Louise Paquet(1719-1791)
Jean-Baptiste Depoca dit Joanis (1707-1792) and Marie-Louise Paquet(1719-1791)
Our first Joanis ancestor, Jean-Baptiste Depoca dit Joanis (1707-1792), a cordonnier, emigrated to New France in 1730-1735 from Cambo-les-Bains, a village in French Basque country near Bayonne. He married Marie-Louise Paquet in 1737 and they settled in Quebec, later moving to Yamaska and Île Jésus.

Excerpt from A Melding of Cultures Ancestors of George Turner and Bernadette Joanis, Volume 2: Our Lapointe and Joanis Ancestors Four Hundred Years of French Canadian Heritage, Mark Cullen, 2018, pp73-79, 195-198 and 258-259 

 
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Jean-Baptiste Depoca dit Joanis burial record 1792
Jean-Baptiste Depoca dit Joanis burial record 1792
 
 
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Jean-Baptiste Depoca dit Joanis Map of Bayonne area
Jean-Baptiste Depoca dit Joanis Map of Bayonne area
 
 
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Jean-Baptiste Depoca dit Joanis map of residences 1730-1792
Jean-Baptiste Depoca dit Joanis map of residences 1730-1792
 
 
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Jean-Baptiste Depoca signatures 1743, 1750 & 1766
Jean-Baptiste Depoca signatures 1743, 1750 & 1766
 
 
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Jennet Turner death notice
Jennet Turner death notice
Head Quarters March 12, 1856, p. 3 
 
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Jennet Turner signature 1855
Jennet Turner signature 1855
 
 
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Jim & Abby and Barney & Lucy Cullen August 1913
Jim & Abby and Barney & Lucy Cullen August 1913
 
 
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Jim Cullen & Abby Milks August 1913
Jim Cullen & Abby Milks August 1913
 
 
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Joanis Ancestors
Joanis Ancestors
A list of our Joanis ancestors (husbands and wives) who were the first of their families to settle in New France, mostly in the 17th century.

Excerpt from A Melding of Cultures Ancestors of George Turner and Bernadette Joanis, Volume 2: Our Lapointe and Joanis Ancestors Four Hundred Years of French Canadian Heritage, Mark Cullen, Vancouver, 2018, Appendix 1, pp 127-129 

 
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Joanis Ancestors – Family Tree Charts
Joanis Ancestors – Family Tree Charts
Family tree charts for each generation of our direct Joanis ancestors.

Excerpt from A Melding of Cultures Ancestors of George Turner and Bernadette Joanis, Volume 2: Our Lapointe and Joanis Ancestors, Four Hundred Years of French Canadian Heritage, Mark Cullen, Vancouver, 2018, pp 74 and 187-194 

 
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Joanis family residences 1765-1845
Joanis family residences 1765-1845
 
 
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Joe & Florence McClements & Family c1922
Joe & Florence McClements & Family c1922
 
 
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Joe & Florence McClements c1917
Joe & Florence McClements c1917
 
 
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Joe McClements c1920
Joe McClements c1920
 
 
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John & Rose McClement
John & Rose McClement
 
 
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John & Rose McClement and family c1932
John & Rose McClement and family c1932
 
 
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John Albert Mark Turner Memorial (1922-1942)
John Albert Mark Turner Memorial (1922-1942)
Mark was one of five children of George and Bernadette Turner to serve in Canada’s armed forces in WWII. He was a 20-year-old RCAF flight sergeant wireless/air gunner when his Wellington bomber was shot down over Holland on June 9, 1942.

Excerpt from A Melding of Cultures Ancestors of George Turner and Bernadette Joanis Volume 1 Our Turners: Canadian Transportation Pioneers, Mark Cullen, Vancouver, 2013, Appendix 6, pp 231-242 

 
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John B. Cullen and Mary Powers & family plus Andrew Cullen late 1890s
John B. Cullen and Mary Powers & family plus Andrew Cullen late 1890s
This is likely John Cullen's family with Barney on the left. Andrew (back middle) is one of John's younger brothers. 
 
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John B. Cullen Obituary 1916
John B. Cullen Obituary 1916
 
 
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John Bernard Cullen (1852-1916) and Mary Powers (1858-1912) and John's siblings
John Bernard Cullen (1852-1916) and Mary Powers (1858-1912) and John's siblings
The third generation of Cullens in Canada continued the family tradition in farming and timber; this is the story of John Bernard Cullen, Mary Powers and John's 12 siblings.

Excerpt from The Cullens of Templeton A Two Hundred Year Journey, Mark Cullen, 2010, Chapter 3, pp 65-83 

 
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John Cassidy
John Cassidy
 
 
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John Cullen (c1776-1858) and Elizabeth Carolan (1879-1862)
John Cullen (c1776-1858) and Elizabeth Carolan (1879-1862)
The emigration of John Cullen and Elizabeth Carolan from County Cavan to Canada in 1826 and settlement in Templeton Township. John and Elizabeth were our first generation of Cullens in Canada.

Excerpt from The Cullens of Templeton A Two Hundred Year Journey, Mark Cullen, 2010, Chapter 1, pp 10-37 plus notes and appendices  

 
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John Cullen - Map of Bytown area showing location of original Cullen homestead at Range 2 Lot 8 Templeton Township
John Cullen - Map of Bytown area showing location of original Cullen homestead at Range 2 Lot 8 Templeton Township
 
 
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John Cullen - site of original homestead Range 2 Lot 8 Templeton Township
John Cullen - site of original homestead Range 2 Lot 8 Templeton Township
The location is Blvd. St. René at Rue Cheval Blanc in Gatineau, Quebec. the trees have been replaced by a housing subdivision. 
 
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John Cullen and Elizabeth Carolan's Children
John Cullen and Elizabeth Carolan's Children
Biographical sketches of John and Elizabeth Cullen's 7 children, notes and appendices.


Excerpt from The Cullens of Templeton A Two Hundred Year Journey, Mark Cullen, 2010, Chapter2, pp 40-63, 268-271 and 203-225 

 
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John Cullen family tree chart
John Cullen family tree chart
 
 
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John Cullen Jr's land Range 1 Lot 11 Templeton Township
John Cullen Jr's land Range 1 Lot 11 Templeton Township
This land fronts on the Ottawa River and includes part of the western end of McLaurin Bay. The view is south toward the Bay. 
 
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John Cullen Jr. family tree chart
John Cullen Jr. family tree chart
 
 
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John Cullen Jr. – newspaper account of his death
John Cullen Jr. – newspaper account of his death
 
 
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John Cullen Road (Montée Paiment) at Val des Monts
John Cullen Road (Montée Paiment) at Val des Monts
In the 1850s, John Cullen promoted the development of a 20-mile road from Perkins (now Val des Monts) to the Gatineau River across from Wakefield. The road was approved and John was appointed "overseer" and his son-in-law, Thomas Kennedy, was the surveyor. It is believed that only the first 12 miles were completed. 
 
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John Cullen's signature 1828
John Cullen's signature 1828
Excerpt from Point Fortune merchant John Macdonell's 1828 journal. It seems that John Cullen guaranteed purchases of two individuals, probably his workers. There are 3 signatures, the first two are likely made by clerks and the third is believed to be John Cullen's signature. 
 
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John Turner (1824-1911) and Agnes Nicholson (1825-1894)
John Turner (1824-1911) and Agnes Nicholson (1825-1894)
John Turner, our great-great grandfather, was a colourful horseman and stage operator for more than 50 years in New Brunswick and the Temiscouata region of Quebec.

Excerpt from A Melding of Cultures, Ancestors of George Turner and Bernadette Joanis Volume 1 Our Turners: Canadian Transportation Pioneers, Mark Cullen, Vancouver, 2013, pp 23-36, 179-195 and 265-267 

 
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John Turner - map of Rivière-du-Loup to Edmundston
John Turner - map of Rivière-du-Loup to Edmundston
This was the route of John Turner’s Turner Mail Line stagecoach service from 1868 to the 1890s. 
 
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John Turner and Agnes Nicholson signatures 1881
John Turner and Agnes Nicholson signatures 1881
taken from the baptism record of daughter Myra 
 
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John Turner c1880
John Turner c1880
 
 

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