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Cambridge street scene around the time of Samuel Turner.
This is "Front of Trinity Hall, Cambridge". From The History of Cambridge, 1815.
From here.




Samuel Turner,
of Cambridge,
living Cambridge at mar,
mar 7 Feb 1808 (her already pregnant), Holy Trinity church, intersection of Sidney St and Market St, Cambridge (see map and Street View),
to Elizabeth Hederich [or Hederick, transcribed in par records as Henderick],
she was living Cambridge at mar, she was illiterate (but Samuel could write),
he is listed as bricklayer, of King St, Cambridge, at children's bapts 1813 to 1815,
he is listed as lamplighter, of King St, Cambridge, at children's bapts 1816 to 1820,
listed as bricklayer, of Barnwell, E side of Cambridge, at son's bapt 1825,
she may be Elizabeth Turner, bur St Clements, Cambridge, 1861, age 78 (born 1783), (todo) see if there is grave,
had issue:


  1. Charles Turner,
    bapt 22 May 1808, Holy Trinity church, Cambridge, NOT 12 May,
    wit sister Eliza's mar 1829, he signed (was not illiterate),
    he must be Charles Turner, shopkeeper, 90 King St, Cambridge, listed in [PO Directory, 1846].
    He must be:

    Charles Turner,
    mar Mary ----,
    listed as waiter, of King St, Cambridge, at children's bapts 1843,
    listed as servant, of King St, Cambridge, at children's bapts 1846 to 1847,
    had issue:

    1. Henry Robert Turner, twin, bapt 8 Oct 1843, Holy Trinity church, Cambridge.
    2. Charles Turner, twin, bapt 8 Oct 1843, Holy Trinity church, Cambridge.
    3. Elizabeth Louisa Turner, bapt 17 June 1846, Holy Trinity church, Cambridge.
    4. Mary Anne Turner, born 18 Mar 1847, bapt 22 Aug 1847, Holy Trinity church, Cambridge.

    He might be (perhaps 1st marriage):

    Charles Turner, born 1811, Cambridgeshire,
    apparently mar Rebecca ---- [born 1811, Cambridgeshire],
    they are listed in [UK census, 1841] at Mount Pleasant, in parish of St Giles, Cambridge (see map), he is listed as bricklayer,
    apparently had issue:

    1. Mary Turner, born 1836, Cambridgeshire, alive in 1841 census.


  2. Frances Turner,
    bapt 15 Oct 1809, Holy Trinity church, Cambridge,
    wit sister Eliza's mar 1829, she was illiterate.


  3. Eliza Turner,
    born Cambridge,
    bapt 9 Jan 1812, Holy Trinity church, Cambridge, according to the transcribed par records, apparently NOT 19 Jan, (todo) see original par records,
    living Barnwell, E side of Cambridge at mar, she was illiterate, but he signed,
    mar 26 Jan 1829 (her age 17, probably already pregnant), church of St.Andrew the Less (Barnwell Priory), Newmarket Rd, Barnwell, Cambridge (see map and street view)
    to Charles Day [born 1809] and had issue.


  4. Samuel Turner,
    bapt 3 Oct 1813, Holy Trinity church, Cambridge.
    He must be (would be married say 1830, him age 17, her age 29):

    Samuel Turner, born 1816, Cambridgeshire,
    listed as "Samuel Nelson Turner" at dau's bapt,
    mar Mary ---- [born 1801, Cambridgeshire],
    listed as "boot closer" (boot maker), of King St, Cambridge, at dau's bapt 1837,
    listed as of King St at dau's burial 1839,
    they are listed at King St, Cambridge, in [UK census, 1841], he is "boot closer",
    Samuel Turner, boot and shoe maker, 92 King St, Cambridge, is listed in [PO Directory, 1846],
    had issue:

    1. Emma Turner, born 1831, Cambridgeshire, alive in 1841 census.
    2. Harriet Turner, bapt 24 Dec 1837, Holy Trinity church, Cambridge,
      bur at Holy Trinity church, Cambridge, 27 Aug 1839, age 2 yrs.


  5. Henry Turner,
    bapt 25 Dec 1815, Holy Trinity church, Cambridge.
    He is probably the same as (though would be quite young):

    Henry Turner,
    mar Ann ----,
    listed as "broker", of King St, Cambridge, at dau's bapt 1832,
    listed as "broker", of Bridge St, Cambridge, at dau's bapt 1834,
    had issue:

    1. Ann Turner, born 1 June 1832, bapt 16 Dec 1832, Holy Trinity church, Cambridge.
    2. Elizabeth Turner, born 22 July 1834, bapt 12 Oct 1834, Holy Trinity church, Cambridge.


  6. Elizabeth Turner,
    bapt 3 Nov 1816, Holy Trinity church, Cambridge.
    She cannot be our Eliza because would be too young at mar, so there must be sisters Eliza and Elizabeth!

  7. Edward John Turner,
    bapt 14 Jan 1819, Holy Trinity church, Cambridge.

  8. Frederic William Turner,
    bapt 24 Aug 1820, Holy Trinity church, Cambridge.
    He might be the same as:

    William Turner,
    mar Martha ----,
    listed as carpenter, of King St, Cambridge, at dau's bapt 1850,
    had issue:

    1. Ann Elizabeth Turner, "privately baptised" 3 Dec 1850, bapt recorded in Holy Trinity church, Cambridge.

  9. Richard Turner,
    bapt 22 May 1825, Holy Trinity church, Cambridge.




Must be related:






Holy Trinity church, Cambridge.
Eliza Turner was bapt here 1812.
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Church of St.Andrew the Less, Cambridge.
Photo 2000. From Cambridge 2000. See terms of use.




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