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Descendants of Henry Haywood

Generation No. 1
1. HENRY2 HAYWOOD (THOMAS1) was born 21 December 1812 in Trenton or Patterson, New Jersey, and died 7 July 1891 in Elston, Jackson Township, Tippecanoe County, Indiana. He married (1) MARTHA WORTHINGTON SHERWOOD 4 April 1839 in Montgomery County, Indiana, daughter of BENJAMIN SHERWOOD and SALLY SWAIM. She was born 16 July 1821 in Wilkes County, North Carolina, and died 21 January 1877 in Lafayette, Tippecanoe County, Indiana. He married (2) SARAH J. _____ Aft. 1878. She was born in Tennessee. He married (3) EVELYN HALLIDAY 21 June 1886 in Lafayette, Tippecanoe County, Indiana.
Notes for HENRY HAYWOOD:

Logan Esarey in his History of Indiana, Volume III, 1928, History of Tippecanoe County states Henry's birthplace as Trenton, New Jersey, that he was reared in Greene County, Ohio, and was a farmer all his life. He came to Tippecanoe County in 1833, shortly after his marriage and was one of the early settlers of Tippecanoe County, becoming a prosperous farmer. A copy of Henry's will is in the possession of Nancy Eddy, 1998.


He was living in Jackson Township, Tippecanoe County, Indiana in 1850. Living with the family was Martha Stephens age 5, born in Indiana (child of his sister, Elizabeth who died sometime before 1860).

(from Rootsweb - Phillips-Bogar-Neville-Kerns, Margaret Hake, 9/2004)


More About HENRY HAYWOOD:

Burial: Jackson Township, Tippecanoe County, Indiana, Sugar Grove Cemetery, Indiana

Children of HENRY HAYWOOD and MARTHA SHERWOOD are:

i. ISAAC3 HAYWOOD, b. Tippecanoe County, Indiana.


Notes for ISAAC HAYWOOD:

He died in infancy.


ii. MARY SUSAN HAYWOOD, m. JAMES HOPGIN, Illinois.

iii. WILLIAM HENRY HAYWOOD, b. 9 August 1841; d. 9 September 1845, Tippecanoe County, Indiana.


Notes for WILLIAM HENRY HAYWOOD:

He died in infancy at age 42 weeks.


2. iv. THOMAS HAYWOOD, b. 28 May 1842, near Romney, Jackson Township, Tippecanoe County, Indiana; d. 12 December 1922, West Lafayette, Tippecanoe County, Indiana.

v. CURTIS DUNN HAYWOOD, b. Abt. 1846, Tippecanoe County, Indiana; d. 23 July 1893.


Notes for CURTIS DUNN HAYWOOD:

Curtis served in the Civil War.


vi. ENOCH FRANCIS HAYWOOD, b. 4 September 1847, Jackson Township, Tippecanoe County, Indiana; m. MARGARET PEED, 17 May 1867, Tippecanoe County, Indiana.
Marriage Notes for ENOCH HAYWOOD and MARGARET PEED:

Married by George C. Price, Justice of the Peace.


3. vii. GEORGE PRICE HAYWOOD, b. 15 December 1852, Tippecanoe County, Indiana; d. 7 August 1925, Lafayette, Tippecanoe County, Indiana.

viii. RUFUS LOCKWOOD HAYWOOD, b. 28 December 1852, Tippecanoe County, Indiana; d. 22 January 1884.

ix. SARAH CAROLINE HAYWOOD, b. 28 February 1855, Tippecanoe County, Indiana; m. (1) SOLOMON GROVES, Illinois; m. (2) HENRY QUIGGLE.

x. BENJAMIN SHERWOOD HAYWOOD, b. Abt. 1863, Tippecanoe County, Indiana.


Notes for BENJAMIN SHERWOOD HAYWOOD:

Benjamin was a Methodist Minister in Riverside, California - He christened grandniece Alice Elizabeth Haywood.


Child of HENRY HAYWOOD and SARAH _____ is:

xi. ELLA3 SHERMAN, b. 1864, Indiana.

Generation No. 2
2. THOMAS3 HAYWOOD (HENRY2, THOMAS1) was born 28 May 1842 in near Romney, Jackson Township, Tippecanoe County, Indiana, and died 12 December 1922 in West Lafayette, Tippecanoe County, Indiana. He married (1) LOUISA ALICE SMITH 14 March 1866 in Tippecanoe County, Indiana. She was born 22 April 1842 in Tippecanoe County, IIndiana, and died 17 April 1874 in Lafayette, Tippecanoe County, Indiana. He married (2) ELIZABETH MONTGOMERY PEED 22 December 1875 in Newton County, Indiana, daughter of WILLIAM PEED and MATILDA _____. She was born 1843 in near Romney, Jackson Township, Tippecanoe County, Indiana, and died 1 June 1901 in West Lafayette, Tippecanoe County, Indiana. He married (3) CHARLOTTE STINGLE LEWIS 18 August 1905 in Tippecanoe County, Indiana. She was born 20 February 1856 in Montgomery County, Indiana.
Notes for THOMAS HAYWOOD:

From Newton County, Indiana Biography

Newton County, Jefferson Township. From A History of Warren, Benton, Jasper and Newton Counties, 1883. Submitted by Gerald Born.
THOMAS HAYWOOD, farmer, was born May 28, 1842, in Montgomery County, Indiana, and is the son of Henry and Martha (Sherwood) Haywood, the father a native of Ohio, the mother of North Carolina. The father lives in Lafayette, aged seventy. The mother died January, 1878, aged fifty-six - a member of the United Brethren Church.

Thomas was reared in Tippecanoe County, on Shawnee Prairie. He enlisted July 25, 1862, in Company E, Seventy-second Regiment, Indiana Volunteer Infantry, discharged July 6, 1865. He was in the battles of Hoover's Gap, Chickamauga, and besides, many skirmishes. He never received a disabling wound, although once a mini ball struck and went through the stock of his gun, and scattering pieces of wood, one of which struck him in the side with such force as to knock him down. He patched up that same Spencer rifle, carried it until the close of the war, bought it from the United States for $10, and it may be seen at his home. He had one severe attack of sickness, which kept him from the regiment ten days -- the only time he lost from disability during the three years. He never received a furlough, but took a "French leave" a time or two. He is somewhat deaf, caused by being too near a discharged cannon while supporting a battery. While sick, he was at the home of an old woman who had two sons in the rebel army. Her treatment was kind, but rebel bushwhackers made it a dangerous rendezvous. Soon as he could travel, he and a Lieutenant, also there sick, paid her $10 -- all the money they had. He and 199 others belonged to Wilder's brigade - "Wilder's hell-hounds." On the Oklahoma raid, none of the brigade was out of the saddle for six days and nights (except three hours), only while they were fighting. They slept on their horses while riding. At the close of the six days, only ten out of the 200 had hats. The rest were lost while passing through the woods after night; "many of them were nodded off." Mr. Haywood made one good record as a soldier. He does not want to make another.

He was married, March 16, 1866, to Miss Louisa Smith, of Indiana. They had four children - Carrie, Phebe A., (an infant which died in 1871) and Johnnie, who died in July, 1874, aged nine months. Mrs. Haywood died April 17, 1874, at the age of thirty-two, a member of the United Brethren Church.

Mr. Haywood was next married to Mrs. Elizabeth R. Montgomery, widow of William P. Montgomery. The later died April 25, 1871. They were married June 9 1862. They had four children - Ella J., John W., Alva O. and Thomas J. Ella J. died February 6, 1875, at the age of twelve years. Thomas J. died March 5, 1871, aged seven months. Mr. and Mrs. Haywood have three children - Thomas L., Maggie F. and Luella M (Henry C. was born after 1883 after this was written). Mrs. (Montgomery) Haywood came to this county from Tippecanoe, February, 1864, with her husband. They settled where they now reside, three miles northwest of Kentland. It was a prairie sea, now an improved farm.

Mr. Haywood has resided here since 1876, bought 150 acres (in addition to 200 owned before) since he came. He still owns 100 acres in Tippecanoe County. He is classed among the thrifty farmers of the county. Mrs. Haywood holds to the Methodist Episcopal Church. Mr. Haywood is a member of McHolland Post, G.A.R. He is a republican.
At the time of his enlistment in 1862 he was described as 20 years of age, height 6 feet, dark complexion, black eyes and black hair, born in Montgomery County, Indiana, and occupation - farmer.

He willed his Spencer rifle to his son Thomas L. The rifle is now in the possession of his Great - Great -

Granddaughter. His burial in the Springvale Cemetery was a request from his will.
More About THOMAS HAYWOOD:

Burial: December 1922, Tippecanoe County, Indiana, Springvale Cemetery


Marriage Notes for THOMAS HAYWOOD and LOUISA SMITH:

Married by Davis J. Davidson.


Notes for ELIZABETH MONTGOMERY PEED:

Elizabeth came to Kentland in Newton County in 1864 from Tippecanoe County. She was first married to William P. Montgomery on June 9, 1862. He died in 1871.


More About ELIZABETH MONTGOMERY PEED:

Burial: June 1901


Marriage Notes for THOMAS HAYWOOD and CHARLOTTE LEWIS:

They were married by Reverend George W. Switzer.

Children of THOMAS HAYWOOD and LOUISA SMITH are:

4. i. CARRIE CAROLINE ALICE)4 HAYWOOD, b. 17 February 1866, Jackson Township, Tippecanoe County, Indiana; d. 17 August 1955, Lafayette, Tippecanoe County, Indiana.

5. ii. ANNIE HAYWOOD, b. 1869.

iii. PHOEBE HAYWOOD, b. 1871; d. 1871.

iv. JOHNNIE HAYWOOD, b. November 1873; d. July 1874.

Children of THOMAS HAYWOOD and ELIZABETH PEED are:

6. v. THOMAS LOWE4 HAYWOOD, b. 15 October 1877, near Kentland, Newton County, Indiana; d. 28 February 1940, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois.

vi. MARGARET (MAGGIE) F. HAYWOOD, b. 25 January 1880; d. 1 January 1974; m. FRANK VAN FLEET, 17 June 1908.

vii. LUELLA M. HAYWOOD, b. 1881; m. (1) DAVID W. STRADLING, 5 September 1906; m. (2) JOHN L. SOWERS, 20 February 1919, Newton County, Indiana.

viii. HENRY C. HAYWOOD, b. Aft. 1883; m. ETHEL C. MOBEEN.



3. GEORGE PRICE3 HAYWOOD (HENRY2, THOMAS1) was born 15 December 1852 in Tippecanoe County, Indiana, and died 7 August 1925 in Lafayette, Tippecanoe County, Indiana. He married MARY J. MARSHALL 1 October 1879 in Montmorenci, Tippecanoe County, Indiana. She was born in Springfield, Ohio.
Notes for GEORGE PRICE HAYWOOD:

He was an attorney - criminal law.


More About GEORGE PRICE HAYWOOD:

Burial: Tippecanoe County, IIndiana, Springvale Cemetery


Marriage Notes for GEORGE HAYWOOD and MARY MARSHALL:

Married by Thomas B. McMains

Children of GEORGE HAYWOOD and MARY MARSHALL are:

i. LEONA4 HAYWOOD, b. 12 January 1882, Tippecanoe County, IIndiana.

ii. MARSHALL E. HAYWOOD, b. 12 May 1886, Tippecanoe County, IIndiana.

7. iii. GEORGE PRICE HAYWOOD, JR., b. 17 March 1890, Tippecanoe County, IIndiana; d. 19 December 1933, Monticello, Indiana.



Generation No. 3
4. CARRIE CAROLINE ALICE)4 HAYWOOD (THOMAS3, HENRY2, THOMAS1) was born 17 February 1866 in Jackson Township, Tippecanoe County, Indiana, and died 17 August 1955 in Lafayette, Tippecanoe County, Indiana. She married JAMES L. WITHROW 27 January 1886 in Newton County, Indiana. He was born 19 January 1862 in Seven Mile, Ohio.
Notes for CARRIE CAROLINE ALICE) HAYWOOD:

She was living in Lafayette, Indiana in 1922.

Carrie was born in a log cabin in Sugan Grove, Tippecanoe County, Indiana. Seems she was an illegimate child, her parents not marrying until after she was born. She is said to have told of a barn fire in 1895 when the barn ws struck by lightening. Her husband was not home and she tried to save the livestock. (From Rootsweb - Phillips-Bogar-Neville-Kerns -- Margaret Harke -- 10/2004)
More About CARRIE CAROLINE ALICE) HAYWOOD:

Burial: 19 August 1955, Tippecanoe County, Indiana, Springvale Cemetery

Children of CARRIE HAYWOOD and JAMES WITHROW are:

i. ETHEL ALICE5 WITHROW, b. 17 January 1887, Benton County, Indiana.

ii. CLAUDIA WITHROW, b. 1 January 1889, Earl Park, Benton County, Indiana; m. HUGH S. GILHAMS.

iii. LULA WITHROW, b. 16 March 1891, Kentland, Newton County, Indiana.

iv. LEWIS JAMES WITHROW, b. 6 February 1893, Benton County, Indiana.

v. THOMAS GRAFT WITHROW, b. 24 June 1897, Jackson Township, Tippecanoe County, Indiana.

vi. GRACE ELIZABETH WITHROW, b. 15 February 1899, Jackson Township, Tippecanoe County, Indiana.

5. ANNIE4 HAYWOOD (THOMAS3, HENRY2, THOMAS1) was born 1869. She married FRED BENNETT.
Notes for ANNIE HAYWOOD:
This article was sent to me today. An interesting Haywood tidbit. Thank goodness Thomas didn't grab up that Civil War rifle to settle this matter.

Oct. 22, 1887 Chicago Daily Tribune

A FICKLE INDIANA MISS

She Allows Her Lover to Carry Her Off and Marry Her and Then Deserts Him.

Lafayette, Ind., Oct. 21.- [Special] - A romantic case came to an abrupt end in court this morning. Frederick Bennett of Newton County, this state, brought habeas-corpus proceedings against Thomas Haywood, a farmer of Newton County. Bennett today said he had been courting Anna Haywood against her father's consent. Sunday they arranged to elope. She was to go to State Line, where he would be ready with a license and Justice of the Peace. She was to leave her home to go to a party at a married sister's and to accompany a young friend of Bennett. On the way another friend of Bennett was to meet her, and she was to go with him, and thence to State Line. The plan worked. The girl arrived and the couple were married. They crossed the State line into Indiana about 100 feet, taking their positions in the public road, and by the light of the stars they were married. A little later an officer arrived after Bennett to arrest him for petty larceny. He gave bonds and he and his wife went to Bennett's brother-in-law, where they remained until the next day.

Wednesday they went to Haywood's home. The girl demanded her clothing. The father ordered Bennett to leave and he did. The girl was in the house, and he says he heard her calling him, but he did not desire to have any trouble at Haywood's house, as the father was very angry. Bennett applied to a lawyer to help him out. Meanwhile Thomas Haywood, the father, took his daughter and came to this county, where he has relatives. Late Thursday night Bennett also arrived, and instituted habeas-corpus proceedings. The officer found the young wife and her father, and they were cited to appear this morning in court. At the hour named the whole affair was upset by the girl declaring that she was acting from her own volition, that she was not retrained by her father, and that she did not wish to live with or go with her husband. There was nothing for Bennett to do but pocket his chagrin and pay the costs. He said that he had not been allowed to see his wife, but was satisfied if he could have had a talk with her the result would have been different. He thinks the fact of his arrest and a fear of her father caused her to take the step she has. He protests his innocence of the charge made against him.

Note: All must have been worked out as the couple had three children by 1898.

Children of ANNIE HAYWOOD and FRED BENNETT are:

i. ESTELLA (STELLA)5 BENNETT, m. _____ HENDERSON.

ii. LLOYD BENNETT.

iii. WALTER BENNETT.

6. THOMAS LOWE4 HAYWOOD (THOMAS3, HENRY2, THOMAS1) was born 15 October 1877 in near Kentland, Newton County, Indiana, and died 28 February 1940 in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois. He married BERTHA GERTRUDE CHISSOM 22 June 1902 in West Lafayette, Tippecanoe County, Indiana, daughter of THOMAS CHISSOM and MARY MONTGOMERY. She was born 20 March 1877 in Dayton, Tippecanoe County, Indiana, and died 9 December 1980 in Palmer, Hampden County, Massachusetts.
Notes for THOMAS LOWE HAYWOOD:

At the time of his marriage, he was a druggist in West Lafayette, Tippecanoe County, Indiana.t


More About THOMAS LOWE HAYWOOD:

Burial: Dayton, Tippecanoe County, Indiana, Dayton Cemetery


Notes for BERTHA GERTRUDE CHISSOM:

In the Lafayette directory about 1910 she was living at 23 University Street. (the family home).

They were listed in the 1930 census as living in Chicago. They were living there when her father died in 1936.
Obituary for Bertha (Chissom) Haywood

From: The Palmer, Massachusetts Journal, December 24, 1980


Bertha Haywood
Mrs. Bertha (Chissom) Haywood died Tuesday morning, December 9, at the Quaboag Nursing Home in West Brookfield at the age of 103. She was born in Dayton, Indiana and lived in Lafayette, Indiana for many years. She was married to Thomas L. Haywood, a Lafayette druggist who died in 1940. She was member of the Presbyterian Church and Order of Eastern Star, and was also active in civic affairs.

Mrs. Haywood is survived by her daughter, Mrs. Alice Turley with whom she made her home, six grandchildren and eleven great grandchildren. Private services were held at Beers and Story Funeral Home with burial in Dayton.


More About BERTHA GERTRUDE CHISSOM:

Burial: December 1980, Dayton, Tippecanoe County, Indiana, Dayton Cemetery

Child of THOMAS HAYWOOD and BERTHA CHISSOM is:

8. i. ALICE ELIZABETH5 HAYWOOD, b. 4 July 1905, Lafayette, Tippecanoe County, Indiana; d. 26 April 2005, Palmer, Hampden County, Massachusetts.



7. GEORGE PRICE4 HAYWOOD, JR. (GEORGE PRICE3, HENRY2, THOMAS1) was born 17 March 1890 in Tippecanoe County, IIndiana, and died 19 December 1933 in Monticello, Indiana. He married MABEL JOSEPHINE HARRIS 29 June 1916, daughter of HENRY J. HARRIS. She was born 1896 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and died 4 March 1930 in Lafayette, Tippecanoe County, Indiana.
More About MABEL JOSEPHINE HARRIS:

Burial: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Cremation, ashes buried in Philadelphia

Children of GEORGE HAYWOOD and MABEL HARRIS are:

i. GEORGE P. (PAT)5 HAYWOOD, b. 15 September 1917, Tippecanoe County, IIndiana.

ii. HARRIS HAYWOOD, b. 22 January 1919, Tippecanoe County, IIndiana.

Generation No. 4
8. ALICE ELIZABETH5 HAYWOOD (THOMAS LOWE4, THOMAS3, HENRY2, THOMAS1) was born 4 July 1905 in Lafayette, Tippecanoe County, Indiana, and died 26 April 2005 in Palmer, Hampden County, Massachusetts. She married EDWARD LEE TURLEY 24 March 1928 in Hammond, Lake County, Indiana, son of ANDREW TURLEY and MARY YOUNG. He was born 29 March 1904 in Lafayette, Tippecanoe County, Indiana, and died 17 July 1976 in Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts.
Notes for ALICE ELIZABETH HAYWOOD:

Wedding Announcement for Alice Haywood and Lee Turley

From the Lafayette Journal & Courier, Saturday, March 24, 1928 (page 4)

Personals


Mrs. H. W. Washburn, Mrs. Mary Turley, Mrs. H. S. Washburn, Miss Hazel Washburn, Miss Lillian Balkema, Mrs. George H. Sullivan and Miss Madeline Lindsay, the latter of Dayton, were among those who went to Hammond Saturday to attend the wedding of Miss Alice Elizabeth Haywood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Haywood of Hammond, formerly of this city, and Edward Lee Turley of Kalamazoo, Michigan, son of Mrs. Mary Turley of Lafayette.
Obituary for Alice E. Turley

From: Beers and Story Funeral Home, Palmer, Massachusetts


Alice Elizabeth (Haywood) Turley, of Boston Road, died peacefully at the age of 99 on April 26th at Wing Memorial Hospital. This Fourth of July would have been her 100th birthday; Alice's family will continue to view this day as a time to celebrate her life. Born and raised in West Lafayette, Indiana, she was the only daughter of the late Thomas and Bertha Haywood. Alice earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Purdue University, where she was also a member of the Alpha Chi Omega sorority. She and her late husband E. Lee Turley relocated from the Midwest to Ware, Massachusetts in 1946 and ultimately settled in Palmer in 1951.

A devoted and long time member of Trinity Episcopal Church in Ware, Alice was a lector and sang in the choir until the age of 92. Along with her church responsibilities, she was an active member of a variety of organizations throughout the years, ranging from the Ware Social Science Club and Palmer Women's Club to Tuesday Club and Entre Nous Bridge Club. Holding a deep appreciation for the natural world, Alice was an avid gardener who was known to plant hundreds of annuals every spring; she tended to her flowers up through her 98th year. Above all, Alice cherished her family. Whether near or far, she held her kin close to her heart. The meaningful traditions she passed on will endure and her loving legacy will live within the extended family always.

In addition to her husband of 48 years and to her parents, Alice was predeceased by her daughter Judy, her son Robert and his wife Janet. She will be deeply missed by her surviving children, Thomas and his Wife Mary of Jamestown, RI, Patrick and his wife Annabelle of Palmer, Jane Reynard and her husband John of Worcester, and Marcia Degnan and her husband Donald of Palmer. She also leaves behind eleven beloved grandchildren: Lucinda Cutrer, Mark Turley, Karen Carney, Keith Turley, Douglas Turley, Beth Ellis, Todd Morey, Alice Morey, Scott Degnan, Eric Degnan and Wendy Sandoval, along with nineteen great-grandchildren.

Calling hours will be held on Sunday, Mar 1st between 4:30 and 8:00 P.M. at Beers and Story Palmer Funeral Home. Her funeral will follow on Monday, May 2nd at 10:30 a.m. at Trinity Episcopal Church on Park and Pleasant Streets, Ware. Donations may be made in Alice's memory to Trinity Episcopal Church, Park and Pleasant Streets, Ware, 01082 or to Wing Memorial Hospital, Wright Street, Palmer, 01069.


More About ALICE ELIZABETH HAYWOOD:

Burial: 2 May 2005, Palmer, Hampden County, Massachusetts, Oak Knoll Cemetery
Notes for EDWARD LEE TURLEY:

Obituary for Edward Lee Turley

From: The Palmer Journal and Monson Register

Thursday, July 22, 1976 (page 1)


E. Lee Turley, Publisher, Succumbs at 72
E. Lee Turley, president of Pioneer Enterprises, the publisher of Turley Publications, died Saturday at the Baystate Medical Center in Springfield at the age of 72. Mr. Turley pursued an active and successful business career in the paper industry before entering the publishing business in 1962 when he purchased the Palmer Journal - Monson Register.

A native of Lafayette, Indiana, Turley graduated from Purdue University. He was sales manager for Nekoosa Edwards Paper Co. in Port Edward, Wisconsin. He came to Ware in 1946 as sales manager for McLaurin-Jones Paper Co. in Brookfield and became vice-president in charge of sales when that firm merged with Ludlow Paper Corp. Mr. Turley was executive vice-president in charge of sales when he retired from that firm in 1963.

Mr. Turley participated in the growth of the Turley Publications newspaper chain until the time of his death. From their first acquisition in 1962, the chain has expanded to 12 weeklies in Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New Hampshire. Weeklies owned and published by Turley Publications are: The Palmer Journal, The Ludlow Register, The Stafford Press, The Stateline Shopping Guide, The Ware River News, The County Courier, The Barre Gazette, The Wick-a-Boag Weekly, The Jaffrey-Peterborough Ledger, The Hillsborough Messenger and The Concord Shopper's News.

Also in the printing business, Turley saw his enterprise grow into one of Massachusetts' largest commercial printing concerns, expanding into many different areas. The firm now publishes many independent and school papers, in addition to handling the printing needs for many regional businesses.

Mr. Turley was a member of the Eden Lodge of Masons in Ware, and a member of the Scottish Rites Bodies. He was also a member of the Second Congregational Church.

He leaves his wife Alice E. (Haywood) Turley; three sons, Thomas of Wilbraham, Patrick of Palmer, and Robert of Carlisle; three daughters, Mrs. Marcia Degan of Monson, Mrs. Jane Morey of Bernardston, and Judy of Wrentham. He also leaves a sister, Mrs. Edna Walker of Palmer.

The funeral was Tuesday at the Beers and Story Funeral Home in Palmer, and burial was in the Oak Knoll Cemetery.
More About EDWARD LEE TURLEY:

Burial: 20 July 1976, Palmer, Hampden County, Massachusetts, Oak Knoll Cemetery

Children of ALICE HAYWOOD and EDWARD TURLEY are:

9. i. ROBERT LEE (BOB)6 TURLEY, b. 18 November 1930, Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo County, Michigan; d. 22 August 2003, Rochester, Olmstead County, Minnesota (Mayo Clinic).

10. ii. THOMAS ANDREW TURLEY, b. April 1937, Wisconsin Rapids, Wood County, Wisconsin.

11. iii. PATRICK HAYWOOD TURLEY, b. 22 July 1940, Wisconsin Rapids, Wood County, Wisconsin.

12. iv. ALICE JANE TURLEY, b. 19 June 1942, Wisconsin Rapids, Wood County, Wisconsin.

v. JUDITH ELIZABETH (JUDY) TURLEY, b. 8 March 1944, Port Edwards, Wood County, Wisconsin; d. 30 September 2001, Palmer, Hampden County, Massachusetts.


Notes for JUDITH ELIZABETH (JUDY) TURLEY:

Obituary for Judith E. Turley

From: Worcester Telegram and Gazette, October 3, 2001 (Page B5)
WORCESTER -- Judith E. Turley, 57 of 3504 Knightsbridge Close, died Sunday, September 30th, at UMass Memorial Medical Center -- University Campus after a long illness.

She leaves her mother, Alice E. (Haywood) Turley of Palmer, two sisters, Jane Turley, who was her principal caregiver with her husband, John Reynard, and with whom she lived, and Marcia Degnan of Palmer; three brothers, Robert L. Turley of Carlisle, Thomas A. Turley of Jamestown, R. I., and Patrick H. Turley of Palmer; many nieces and nephews. She was born in Port Edwards, Wisconsin, daughter of E. Lee Turley, and lived more than five years in Worcester.

The funeral service will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday, October 3rd, in the Mercadante Funeral Home & Chapel, 370 Plantation St. Burial will at 10 a.m. Thursday, October 4th, in Oak Knoll Cemetery, Palmer. Calling hours are 5:30 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 3rd, in the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Judith Turley Memorial Fund, c/o Seven Hills Foundation, 81 Hope Ave., Worcester, MA 01603.
Obituary for Judith E. Turley

From: Palmer Journal Register, October 4, 2001


WORCESTER -- Judith E. "Judy" Turley, 57, of 3504 Knighsbridge Close, died Sunday at UMass Memorial after a long illness. She lived in Worcester for more than five years.

She leaves her mother, Alice E. (Haywood) Turley of Palmer; two sisters, Jane Turley and her husband John Reynard, her principal caregivers with whom she lived, and Marcia Degnan of Palmer; three brothers, Robert L. of Carlisle, Mass., Thomas A. of Jamestown, R.I., and Patrice H. of Palmer; many nieces and nephews. Her father was E. Lee Turley.

Funeral services were held yesterday (Wednesday) in the Mercadante Funeral Home and Chapel. Burial will be today (Thursday) at 10 a.m. at Oak Knoll Cemetery in Palmer.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Judith Turley Memorial Fund, c/o Seven Hills Foundation, 81 Hope Ave., Worcester, MA 01695.


More About JUDITH ELIZABETH (JUDY) TURLEY:

Burial: 4 October 2001, Palmer, Hampden County, Massachusetts, Oak Knoll Cemetery


vi. MARCIA JEAN TURLEY, b. 14 May 1946, Ware, Hampshire County, Massachusetts; m. DONALD T. DEGNAN, 7 October 1967, Palmer, Hampden County, Massachusetts.

Generation No. 5
9. ROBERT LEE (BOB)6 TURLEY (ALICE ELIZABETH5 HAYWOOD, THOMAS LOWE4, THOMAS3, HENRY2, THOMAS1) was born 18 November 1930 in Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo County, Michigan, and died 22 August 2003 in Rochester, Olmstead County, Minnesota (Mayo Clinic). He married JANET LUCINDA FLAGG 11 September 1954 in Concord, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. She was born 8 October 1933, and died 11 February 1997.
Notes for ROBERT LEE (BOB) TURLEY:

Obituary for Robert Lee Turley

From: Worcester Telegram and Gazette, August 22, 2003, (page B4)
CARLISLE: Robert Lee Turley, age 72, of Carlisle died Friday, August 22nd at Saint Mary's Hospital at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, following a short battle with lung cancer. He was the husband of the late Janet Flagg Turley.

He leaves his daughter Lucinda T. Cutrer and her husband Dr. F. Michael Cutrer of Rochester, Minnesota, and his granddaughter Lucinda Mae Cutrer and grandson Caleb Michael Cutrer, both of Rochester, Minnesota. He also leaves behind his mother Alice Haywood Turley of Palmer, his brother Thomas Andrew Turley of Jamestown, Rhode Island, and his brother Patrick Haywood Turley of Palmer, his sister Jane Turley Reynard of Worcester, his sister Marcia Turley Degnan of Palmer and many nieces, nephews, and friends. His sister Judith Turley and father Edward Lee Turley preceded him in death. He will be sorely missed along with his zest for life, his humor, compassion, and deep love and great support for his family.

The funeral service will be held Wednesday, August 27th at 10 a.m. in the Trinitarian Congregational Church in Concord with the Reverend Dr. John C. Lombard officiating. Interment with military honors will follow in the family burial plot in Woodlawn Cemetery, Acton.

Contributions in Bob's memory may be made to the Pulmonary and Critical Care Division for Lung Cancer Research, in care of the Mayo Clinic, 200 First St., SW, Rochester, MN 55905. These gifts will further breakthroughs in chemotherapy treatment and promote quality of life, something that was so important to Bob.

More About ROBERT LEE (BOB) TURLEY:

Burial: 27 August 2003, Acton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, Woodlawn Cemetery

Child of ROBERT TURLEY and JANET FLAGG is:

13. i. LUCINDA JANE7 TURLEY, b. 1 April 1959, Concord, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.



10. THOMAS ANDREW6 TURLEY (ALICE ELIZABETH5 HAYWOOD, THOMAS LOWE4, THOMAS3, HENRY2, THOMAS1) was born April 1937 in Wisconsin Rapids, Wood County, Wisconsin. He married MARY ODNEAL 25 June 1960 in Palmer, Hampden County, Massachusetts. She was born July 1937.

Children of THOMAS TURLEY and MARY ODNEAL are:

i. MARK7 TURLEY.

ii. KAREN TURLEY.



11. PATRICK HAYWOOD6 TURLEY (ALICE ELIZABETH5 HAYWOOD, THOMAS LOWE4, THOMAS3, HENRY2, THOMAS1) was born 22 July 1940 in Wisconsin Rapids, Wood County, Wisconsin. He married ANNABELLE MARY HURT 30 June 1962 in Rhode Island. She was born 20 May 1941.

Children of PATRICK TURLEY and ANNABELLE HURT are:

i. DOUGLAS L.7 TURLEY, m. JEANNE A..

ii. KEITH TURLEY.



12. ALICE JANE6 TURLEY (ALICE ELIZABETH5 HAYWOOD, THOMAS LOWE4, THOMAS3, HENRY2, THOMAS1) was born 19 June 1942 in Wisconsin Rapids, Wood County, Wisconsin. She married ROBERT F. MOREY 8 August 1964 in Palmer, Hampden County, Massachusetts.

Child of ALICE TURLEY and ROBERT MOREY is:

i. TODD7 MOREY.

Generation No. 6
13. LUCINDA JANE7 TURLEY (ROBERT LEE (BOB)6, ALICE ELIZABETH5 HAYWOOD, THOMAS LOWE4, THOMAS3, HENRY2, THOMAS1) was born 1 April 1959 in Concord, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. She married FRED MICHAEL CUTRER, DR. 28 May 1994 in Concord, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, son of HUGH CUTRER and KATHLEEN BOOKTER. He was born 16 July 1956 in Jackson, Hinds County, Mississippi.

Children of LUCINDA TURLEY and FRED CUTRER are:

i. LUCINDA MAE8 CUTRER, b. 6 October 1995, Newton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.

ii. CALEB MICHAEL CUTRER, b. 22 July 1997, Newton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.


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