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Francis Marion “Dick” TurpinAge: 6218701932

Name
Francis Marion “Dick” Turpin
Given names
Francis Marion
Nickname
Dick
Surname
Turpin
Birth March 16, 1870 51 41
Birth of a brotherCharles Minic Turpin
December 2, 1872 (Age 2)
Death of a maternal grandfatherWilliam Colvin
January 1, 1874 (Age 3)
Death of a fatherCallowhill Minic Turpin
February 14, 1882 (Age 11)
Death of a motherEliza Ann Colvin
August 9, 1893 (Age 23)
Death of a sisterMary Courtney Turpin
February 16, 1896 (Age 25)
Birth of a son
#1
H James Turpin
about 1909 (Age 38)
Occupation
motorman
1910 (Age 39)

Employer: Stout R.R.
Birth of a son
#2
Patrick Richard Turpin
March 17, 1917 (Age 47)
Occupation
schoolhouse janitor
1920 (Age 49)

Residence 1920 (Age 49)
Occupation
fireman at saw mill
1930 (Age 59)

Residence 1930 (Age 59)
Death of a sisterAntoinette Jane “Nettie” Turpin
September 11, 1932 (Age 62)
Death October 19, 1932 (Age 62)
Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: October 20, 1853Pike County, MO, USA
10 months
elder sister
18 months
elder sister
Elnora Elizabeth Turpin
Birth: February 12, 1856 37 27MO, USA
Death: September 1, 1946Ashland, Clark County, KS, USA
2 years
elder brother
2 years
elder sister
Mary Courtney Turpin
Birth: May 16, 1860 41 31Springfield, Greene County, MO, USA
Death: February 16, 1896Elkins, Washington County, AR, USA
16 months
elder brother
21 months
elder sister
3 years
elder sister
Antoinette Jane “Nettie” Turpin
Birth: April 1, 1866 47 37Pike County, MO, USA
Death: September 11, 1932Colorado Springs, El Paso County, CO, USA
2 years
elder sister
20 months
himself
3 years
younger brother
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himself
wife
son
Private
son
H James Turpin
Birth: about 1909 38 25ID, USA
Death: about 1939Sandpoint, Bonner County, ID, USA
daughter
Private
son

Note

Francis Marion Turpin does not show up in the 1880 Federal Census with the family of Calohill Turpin and Eliza. Instead, there is a Mary listed. It looks like the census taker entered Mary rather than Marion. The gender was overwritten in differ ent handwriting to show "F" rather than the originally written "M." Also, the relationship to head of household was overwritten to show "daughter" rather than the original "son."