Person:Joseph Turner (44)

m. 10 Nov 1645
  1. Jonathan Turner1646 - 1724
  2. Joseph Turner1647/48 - 1647/48
  3. Joseph Turner1648 - 1723/24
  4. Ezekiel Turner1650/51 -
  5. Lydia Turner1651/52 - 1714
  6. John Turner1654 -
  7. Elisha Turner1656 -
  8. Mary Turner1658 - 1738
  9. Benjamin Turner1659/60 - 1748
  10. Ruth Turner1662 -
  11. Isaac Turner1665 -
  12. Grace Turner1668 -
  13. Col. Amos Turner1671 - 1739
m. 19 Nov 1674
Facts and Events
Name Joseph Turner
Gender Male
Birth[1][2] 12 Jan 1648/1649 Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 19 Nov 1674 to Bathsheba Hobart
Death[2] 13 Feb 1723/24 Norwell, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Vital Records

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  1. Foster, F. Apthorp. Vital Records of Scituate, Massachusetts to the Year 1850. (Boston, Mass: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1909), 1:376.

    Turner, Joseph, s. Jo[h]n Sr., Jan. 12, 1647 [dup. 1648]. [Josepth, Jan. 12, 1647, PCR]
    [The duplicate record mentioned is actually a second son named Joseph born exactly one year after the first.]

  2. 2.0 2.1 "John Turner, Senior, and Mary Brewster", in Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants. Mayflower Descendant: An Illustrated Quarterly Magazine of Pilgrim Genealogy, History and Biography, 32:29.

    Scituate records show two sons named Joseph, Plymouth Colony Records show two sons named Joseph, and there is only one baptism recorded in May 1649. Careful study show that the Plymouth Colony records are in error. The first Joseph was born 12 Jan 1647/48 and died after 3 days without being baptized. The second Joseph was born exactly one year later 12 Jan 1648/49 and baptized May 1649. (The PCR birth on 12 Jan 1650 is misrecorded or else it must be assumed there were three sons named Joseph all born on 12 Jan, all exactly one year apart.)

    The second Joseph was the Deacon Joseph Turner who died 13 Feb 1724, aged 75, according to his gravestone at Norwell, MA. Administrator appointed March 1724, new style, so must be 13 Feb 1723/24.