Biographical Sketch of T. H. Turner, St. Joseph, Buchanan County, MO

>From "History of Buchanan County, Missouri, Published 1881, St. Joseph
Steam Printing Company, Printers, Binders, Etc., St. Joseph, Missouri.

T. H. Turner, foreman of tin and copper shop for the Kansas City,
St. Joseph & Council Bluffs Railroad, is a native of Missouri, and
was born in Hannibal, October 26, 1846. He was reared, educated and
learned his trade in his native city, and for a time was a resident
of Iowa and Minnesota, remaining two years in St. Paul. He took up
his abode in St. Joseph in the employ of the K.C., St. J & C.B. R.R.
Co., in 1878. He was married in 1873, to Miss Emma Disbrow, of
Smith's Landing, New Jersey. Mr. Turner is a Mason, and belongs to
St. John's Lodge, Hannibal. Himself and wife are members of the
Episcopal Church.

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