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Parents:
Robert TURNER
(1734 - 1811)
William TURNER
(1727 - 1782)
 
 
 
 

Married
 bd.  1777
 dd.  1842, age about 65
 res.  Shrigley Hall, Pott Shrigley, Macclesfield, Cheshire, UK
 src.   [105]
 bd.  
 dd.  Deceased, age not recorded
 res.  Shrigley Hall, Pott Shrigley, Macclesfield, Cheshire, UK
 src.   [105]

Child:

Ellen TURNER (1811 - 1831)

Family notes for William TURNER and Jane TURNER

Marriage between first cousins.

Notes for William TURNER

Served as Member of Parliament for Blackburn 1832-1841. High Sheriff for Cheshire.

Known as William of Mill Hill (Livesey, Blackburn). Owned a calico printing mill. Bought Shrigley Hall from Edward Downes and re-developed it to become the building we see today.

He gave land for the building of St John’s Church, Bollington, (built 1834) and the original St. Gregory's chapel in Chapel Street, Bollington. The Turner's Arms Inn was built on his land and named in his honour, and Turner Street similarly. [105]

Sources

105.  Book, Bridget Franklin, 17 June 2016, The Gaskells of Ingersley Hall

Family record last updated: 21 November 2017


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