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TURLEY, Johnathan Thomas
AGED CITIZEN DEAD
Thomas Turley Passes Away At Blue Sulphur Sunday
Johnathan Turley, one of the pioneer citizens of this county, died at his home at Blue Sulphur, Sunday. He was about eighty years of age and had an extensive acquaintance over the county. The funeral occurred yesterday afternoon and the burial was at Blue Sulphur cemetery. He had a number of relatives in this city, among them being Will and Thomas Turley, merchants of Third avenue. -The Huntington Advertiser, Tuesday Evening, February 28, 1899

TURNER, Oran E. Sr.
ORAN E. TURNER SR Eighty-five years old. 3616 Fourth Avenue died yesterday in a Huntington nursing home after a long illness. He was a retired carpenter contractor, in business in Huntington for many years. Born December 16, 1878 at Linnville, Lawrence Co, O. he was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Turner. He was a member of Steele Memorial Methodist Church at Barboursville. Survivors include a daughter Mrs. Otis Holley of Huntington; seven Fla, Charles F. Turner of Chapmanville, Shirley O. Turner of St Albans, Wayman H. Turner of Sarasota, Fla., Charles F. Turner of Babylon, N.Y. Oran E. Turner Jr of Chesapeake, Harold L. Turner of Jacksonville, Fla and Irvin M. Turner of Mooresville, Pa., a brother Leslie Turner of Springfield, O., and 33 grandchildren and 26 great-grandchildren. The body is at Chapman's Mortuary. -The Herald-Dispatch, Huntington, WV, Monday, March 2, 1964


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