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Bertha (Smith) and William Turner

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Bertha (Smith) and William Turner
This is a picture of my great grandparents, Bertha Rosella Smith and William Roosevelt Turner. I am unsure of the exact date but it is before 1925 and after 1920. William died before my grandmother was born from a ruptured appendix in September of 1925.
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Bertha Rosella (Smith) Turner
Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Bertha Rosella (Smith) Turner.
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William Roosevelt Turner
William Roosevelt Turner was born to William Roosevelt Turner and Bertha Rosella (Smith) Turner. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember William Roosevelt Turner.
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