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Turley, Jonathan, 1827-1896


Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Jonathan Turley collection

Identifier: L161
Scope and Contents This is a collection of personal and business correspondence, business papers, and legal records of Jonathan Turley and his family, ranging from 1828 to 1934, with the bulk of the coverage being 1865-1895 and focus on his farm, mill, distillery, and lime burning operations. Included in the personal correspondence are Civil War letters from Jonathan’s brother Benjamin and as well as other friends. The later personal correspondence (1890s-1934) is all addressed to Lida and Jennie Turley. Also,...
Dates: 1828-1934

Turley family correspondence

 Collection — Folder: S2250
Identifier: S2250
Scope and Contents This collection includes photocopies of five letters written by George Donaldson from his home in Spring Hill, Alabama and sent to Jonathan Turley from 1878 to 1893 and one sent to Eliza Turley in July 1897. In Donaldson's correspondence with Jonathan Turley, he discusses his property, "Shawnee," in Lawrence County, Indiana, land he would like to sell, and the burlarization and burning of his cabin. The correspondence sent to Miss Turley was in response to her letter informing him...
Dates: 1878-1911