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George & Bernadette Turner notice 60th anniversary 1966
George & Bernadette Turner notice 60th anniversary 1966
 
 
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George & Bernadette, the Harts, Menard & Kellehers late '50s
George & Bernadette, the Harts, Menard & Kellehers late '50s
 
 
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George and Bernadette Turner 25th anniversary 1931
George and Bernadette Turner 25th anniversary 1931
 
 
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George and Bernadette Turner Family Photo Album
George and Bernadette Turner Family Photo Album

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 83-100. 

 
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George and Bernadette Turner’s Children
George and Bernadette Turner’s Children
Biographies of the 14 adult children of George and Bernadette Turner, each authored by members of their families

Excerpt from A Melding of Cultures: Ancestors of George Turner and Bernadette Joanis Volume 1, Our Turners: Canadian Transportation Pioneers, Mark Cullen, Vancouver, 2013,
Chapter 6, pp 101-135 

 
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George and Lou Turner c1905
George and Lou Turner c1905
 
 
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George H Turner descendants chart
George H Turner descendants chart
 
 
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George H Turner heritage plaque on Fredericton house
George H Turner heritage plaque on Fredericton house
 
 
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George H. Turner c1875
George H. Turner c1875
 
 
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George Hutchinson Turner - Our Transportation Pioneer
George Hutchinson Turner - Our Transportation Pioneer
George is our second generation Turner ancestor and our first known entrepreneur in the transportation business.

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 13-21 and 163-178 

 
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George Joseph Turner (1884-1977) and Bernadette Joanis (1886-1973)
George Joseph Turner (1884-1977) and Bernadette Joanis (1886-1973)
George Turner followed in his father Frank's footsteps as a railroad engineer, and also by marrying Bernadette Joanis in 1906, thereby extending our French Canadian ancestry.

Excerpt from A Melding of Cultures Ancestors of George Turner and Bernadette Joanis Volume 1 Our Turners: Canadian Transportation Pioneers, Mark Cullen, 2013, pp 63-82, 215-230 and 269-270.  

 
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George Turner and Bernadette Joanis family tree
George Turner and Bernadette Joanis family tree
 
 
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George Turner and John Turner Jr. death notice 1860
George Turner and John Turner Jr. death notice 1860
This notice from The Head Quarters of May 23 1860; George died May 22nd and his grandson John, drowned on May 12th. 
 
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George Turner c1950
George Turner c1950
 
 
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George Turner cottage at Trout Lake Barry's Bay, Ontario
George Turner cottage at Trout Lake Barry's Bay, Ontario
 
 
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George Turner signature 1855
George Turner signature 1855
George's signature from a property sale agreement July 1855 
 
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George Turner – Cattle grazing in the Rideau River at Hurdman's Bridge 1920s
George Turner – Cattle grazing in the Rideau River at Hurdman's Bridge 1920s
The Turner house is being the tall trees centre 
 
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George Turner – Firemen and Engineers who worked for OA&PS Railway c1915
George Turner – Firemen and Engineers who worked for OA&PS Railway c1915
George and brother Lou worked for the Ottawa, Arnprior & Parry Sound Railway while it was owned by Grand Trunk Railway. George is pictured left column, second from the top and Lou is second last column from right, fourth down. 
 
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George Turner – Hurdman's Bridge 2013
George Turner – Hurdman's Bridge 2013
Map showing location of George Turner's expropriated lands on a 2013 map. 
 
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George Turner – Map of Bark Lake, Carson Lake and Trout Lake
George Turner – Map of Bark Lake, Carson Lake and Trout Lake
These lakes are west of Barry's Bay off Highway 60. 
 
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George Turner – map showing southeast Ottawa, Hurdman's Bridge and Turner residence location 1946
George Turner – map showing southeast Ottawa, Hurdman's Bridge and Turner residence location 1946
 
 
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George Turner – MLW Pacific J-3-b locomotive
George Turner – MLW Pacific J-3-b locomotive
This engine was similar to CNR engine 5072 used by George on his last run before retirement in 1949. 
 
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George Turner – Retirement article 1948
George Turner – Retirement article 1948
 
 
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George Turner – retirement article CNR 1949
George Turner – retirement article CNR 1949
 
 
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George Turner – Union Station Ottawa 1940s
George Turner – Union Station Ottawa 1940s
George Turner was fireman and engineer on trains using this station for more almost 50 years. 
 
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George Turner's cottage Trout Lake Barry's Bay Ontario c2011
George Turner's cottage Trout Lake Barry's Bay Ontario c2011
 
 
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George Turner's heritage house in Fredericton, 1833
George Turner's heritage house in Fredericton, 1833
 
 
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George White Jan 14 1895
George White Jan 14 1895
 
 
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George, John , Agnes and Margaret Turner c1883
George, John , Agnes and Margaret Turner c1883
John Turner seated with granddaughter Agnes; John's son George and his wife Margaret Rowan 
 
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George, Rob, George, Frank, Alice & Winnie Turner c1931
George, Rob, George, Frank, Alice & Winnie Turner c1931
 
 
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Gertrude Kilby,  Margaret Powers,  unidentified c1940
Gertrude Kilby, Margaret Powers, unidentified c1940
 
 
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Gil, Cliff & Marjorie
Gil, Cliff & Marjorie
 
 
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Gillies Mill Carleton Place c1895
Gillies Mill Carleton Place c1895
 
 
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Glen Allen (Happy) Holland (1919-1944) Memorial
Glen Allen (Happy) Holland (1919-1944) Memorial
Happy Holland came by his nickname honestly – he was happy-go-lucky with a standout personality to match. He was an ace Mosquito pilot in WWII who died in a mid-air collision in 1944.

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 243-252 

 
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Grand Trunk Railway engine Rockland c1905
Grand Trunk Railway engine Rockland c1905
The engineer could be Frank Turner 
 
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Guerney Orr c1935
Guerney Orr c1935
 
 
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Harvey Turner, Billy Turner, Délina Gauthier, Bernadette Turner 1936
Harvey Turner, Billy Turner, Délina Gauthier, Bernadette Turner 1936
 
 
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Harvey, Frank & Rob Turner c1930
Harvey, Frank & Rob Turner c1930
 
 
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Helena and Theresa Daley c1917
Helena and Theresa Daley c1917
 
 
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Helena Daley Graham
Helena Daley Graham
 
 
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Helena Daley, Emmett Cullen, Mary McClements at Rideau Hall c1918
Helena Daley, Emmett Cullen, Mary McClements at Rideau Hall c1918
 
 
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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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Ida & Rossell Johnson
Ida & Rossell Johnson
 
 
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Ida Turner
Ida Turner
 
 
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Ida Turner Johnson
Ida Turner Johnson
 
 

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