4 Mar 2017                   

Husband: Thomas Turner 1
Relationship: Great Great Great Grandfather Born: 1770 in Norfolk England 2 Census: 1841 in Listed in Census 2 Resided: 7 Jun 1841 in Pottergate Road Norwich Norfolk England 2 Occupation: 1841 Cordwainer 2 Father: Mother:
Wife: Grace Spright 1 died at age: 77
Relationship: Great Great Great Grandmother Born: 1767 3 Census: 1841 in Listed in Census 2 Resided: 7 Jun 1841 in Pottergate Road Norwich Norfolk England 2 Died: 6 Jun 1844 in Norwich Norfolk England 3 Cause of death: Old Age 3 Occupation: 1844 Widow of Thomas Turner - Shoemaker 3 Father: Mother:
F Child 1: Sarah Turner Born: 20 Oct 1798 in Norfolk England 4 Christened: 30 Oct 1798 in Church: Saint Peter MAncroft Norwich Norfolk England 4
M Child 2: James Turner Born: 26 Apr 1801 in Norfolk England 5 Christened: 5 May 1801 in Church: Saint Peter MAncroft Norwich Norfolk England 5
M Child 3: Isaac Turner 1 died at age: 80 Relationship: Great Great Grandfather Born: 19 Mar 1803 in Norwich Norfolk England 6,7,1 Christened: 27 Mar 1803 in Saint Giles Norwich Norfolk England 1 Census: 1841 in Listed in Census 2 Resided: 7 Jun 1841 in Town Green Wymondham Norfolk England 2 Occupation: 1841 Cordwainer 2 Census: 1851 Listed in Census 6 Resided: 1851 in 41 Wildes Buildings St Johns Timberhill Norwich Norfolk England 6 Occupation: 1851 Cordwainer 6 Census: 1861 in Listed in Census 7 Resided: 1861 in Anchor Tavern Norwich Norfolk England 7 Occupation: 1861 Shoe Maker 7 Census: 1871 Listed in Census 8 Resided: 1871 in Prospect Place St Johns Timberhill Norwich Norfolk England 8 Occupation: 1871 Clicker 8 Occupation: 5 Nov 1877 Retired Shoemaker 9 Census: 1881 Listed in Census 10 (see note 1) Resided: 1881 in Hospital: Great Hospital St Helens Norwich Norfolk England 10 (see note 2) Occupation: 1881 Shoemaker (Retired) 10 Died: 7 Dec 1883 in Great Hospital S Helen U.S.O. Norwich Norfolk England 11 Cause of death: Senile Decay 11 Occupation: 1883 Clicker 11 Wife: Mary Ann Want b. 1801 d. Pre 1881 Married: 19 Apr 1827 in Saint Peter Southgate Norwich Norfolk England 12 (see note 3)
F Child 4: Susan Turner 1 Relationship: Great Great Great Aunt Born: 25 Mar 1805 in Norwich Norfolk England 1 Christened: 31 Mar 1805 in Saint Giles Norwich Norfolk England 1
M Child 5: Nicholas Turner 1 Relationship: Great Great Great Uncle Born: 7 May 1807 in Norwich Norfolk England 1 Christened: 10 May 1807 in Saint Giles Norwich Norfolk England 1
M Child 6: Henry Turner 1 Relationship: Great Great Great Uncle Born: 15 May 1810 in Norwich Norfolk England 1 Christened: 20 May 1810 in Saint Giles Norwich Norfolk England 1
Sources: (1) LDS IGI, Children of Turner and Spright, Batch No. C044431, Internet Search - (Copy on File) (2) UK Govt, Census - 1841 England (1841). Census date was the night of 7 June 1841. (Copy on File) (3) UK General Records Office, Death Certificate Grace Turner (nee Spright) (52/1844). Informant: James Turner, Son, (Copy on File) (4) LDS IGI, Individual Christening Record of Sarah Turner (1798). Batch No. C04443-1 Norwich Norfolk. (5) LDS IGI, Individual Christening Record of James Turner (1801). Batch No. C04443-1 Norwich Norfolk. (6) UK Govt, Census - 1851 England (1851). Census dates were 30-31 March 1851, (Copy on File) (7) UK Govt, Census - 1861 England (1861). Census dates were 7-8 April 1861, (Copy on File) (8) UK Govt, Census - 1871 England (1871). Census dates were 2-3 April 1871, (Copy on File) (9) General Register Office UK, Marriage Certificate - Charles Turner to Hannah M W Smith (153/1877). Hannah M W Smith should be Anna Maria Ward, for some reason Anna has attempted to hide her real name.(Copy on File) (10) UK Govt., Census - 1881 England (1881). Census dates were 3-4 April 1881, (Copy on File) (11) UK General Records Office, Death Certificate Isaac Turner (401/1883). Informant: Robert Turner, Son of Napier Street Norwich, (Copy on File) (12) LDS IGI, Marriage of Turner to Want, Batch No. 132672, Internet Search - (Copy on File) Event Notes Note (1) Isaac was a Widow at the time of the 1881 Census Note (2) St. Gilesís Hospital, founded in 1249 by Bishop Walter Suffield as a religious institution to relieve the suffering of the poor of Norwich. The Great Hospital, as it is now known, has, over nearly eight centuries gone through many stages reflecting changing religious, medical and social attitudes. Isaac was noted as being an Inmate of the Hospital. Note (3) Husband was listed as being a Widow in the 1881 Census Note: Click the link below if there is no MAIN MENU at the top of the Page http://warwicktaylor.com/fam-hist Note: Personal details of living persons have been omitted Note: AGES are only accurate if a death year is known Name Index