Turner, John died 1915
Posted By: Sharyl Ferrall - IAGenWeb volunteer
Date: 4/11/2011 at 23:30:02
John Turner, a Civil War veteran, and one of Monona's oldest residents, died Wednesday night aged more than eighty years.
~Postville Review, April 30, 1915
Added by Jym Mongomery 8/7/12. Not an obit, but mention of Mr. Turner in a brief news article a few years prior to his death:
February 19, 1903; The Monona Leader
Monday morning John Turner, returning from Volney, whither he had been to convey his daughter, met with an accident which promises to confine him in his home for some time. Something about a running gear of the buggy broken, when the horses became frightened and undertook to run away. He held onto the lines, but was thrown out receiving several ugly cuts on the head and his shoulder dislocated. He was brought home and his wounds dressed by Dr. Brownson. He is doing as well as could be expected for one of his age and considering the severe shaking up he received.
Clayton Obituaries maintained by Sharyl Ferrall.
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