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Charlie Turner

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Charlie Turner (1879-1949)

1879 May 14th. Born the son of William James Turner

1881 Living at Abbey Hey Lane, Droylsden: William J. Turner (age 37 born Manchester), Loco Engine Fitter. With his wife Elizabeth Turner (age 33 born Manchester) and their four sons; Thomas W. Turner (age 9 born Wolverhampton); Fred Turner (age 6 born Droylsden); Joseph Turner (age 4 born Droylsden); and Charles Turner (age 1 born Droylsden).[1]

1901 Living at 43 Abbey Hey Lane, Droylsden: William J. Turner (age 57 born Hulme), Steam Engine Fitter. With his wife Elizabeth Turner (age 53 born Manchester) and their four sons; Charley Turner (age 21 born Manchester), Pattern Maker; Bennett Turner (age 19 born Manchester), Machine Fitter Apprentice; Harry Turner (age 17 born Manchester), Moulder Apprentice; and James Turner (age 14 born Manchester), Engine Fitter Apprentice.[2]

1906 September 16th. Birth of son Thomas William Turner

1911 Living at 47 Abbey Hey Lane, Openshaw, Manchester: Charlie Turner (age 31 born Openshaw), Engineers Pattern maker. With his wife Lillie Turner (age 29 born Openshaw) and their three children; Thomas William Turner (age 4 born Openshaw); Elizabeth Alice Turner (age 3 born Openshaw); and Charlie Turner (age 7 months born Openshaw).[3]

1949 February 19th. Died

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 Census
  2. 1901 Census
  3. 1911 Census