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From: "Herb Frantz" <>
Subject: Re: [TURPIN] Turpin Family
Date: Sun, 07 Dec 2008 13:35:20 -0500
I share part of your Turpin line
>>Solomon 1725 VA - 1778 VA, Martin 1761 VA - 1834 VA, Solomon 1797 KY -
1874 IN,<< then Solomon C1823-c1895 who married 29 Nov 1845 Warrick Co. IN
to Elizabeth Miles c1827 - aft 1872.
I have Solomon 1725 Dorchester Co. MD - 1 Mar 1778 Gap Valley, Botetourt
(now Monroe WV) Co. VA as son of Solomon 9 Nov 1673 Manokin Hundred Somerset
Co. MD - 6 APR 1741 Dorchester Co. MD. His first wife (after 1700) was
Elizabeth NLN and 2nd wife (bef 1710) Elizabeth Beauchamp; there were 11
children in total.
This first Solomon was son of William Turpin and Margaret Ivery(Ivory) in
Somerset Co. MD.
Somerset County Livestock Marks 1665-1702 Jody Powell
Solomon TURPIN the son of William TURPIN his marke vizt a popler leafe of
the left ear and cropt of the right ear recorded the 22nd November A.D. 1676
See Somerset County Land Records.
(Dorchester County Land Commission Records, Deposition taken in 1751.
Deposition of Solomon Turpin aged about 43 years mentions his father Solomon
Turpin.) This may be the Solomon Turpin who married Kathryn Love.
Since the time that Solomon I went to Dorchester County, the Turpins,
Beauchamps, Cannons, Smiths, Goslins, Wights, Twifords, and Moores have had
land located (probably contiguous to each other) on the Northwest Fork of
the Nanticoke River (now Marshyhope Creek). Solomon III just moved across
the River to Sussex County, DE.
research and notes of Mary Turpin Layton in Md. Historical Soc. in Balt, MD.
Land Records in Annapolis Md./ Land Grants/Patents
Solomon TURPIN 1741 Dorchester Co. Md
Index of Maryland Wills 1634-1777 Compiled by James M. Magruder, Jr. orig.
Annapolis 1933,GPC., Balt. Md. 1986
1741 TURPIN(Turpen), Solomon, Sr. Dor. Co. Liber 22 f. 385
Land Records of Dorchester County Md. Vol F. 1763-1767 by James A.
Old liber 20 f. 192 24 Jul1765 William TURPIN of Dor Co, planter, to Solomon
TURPIN, his brother of the same co: in compliance with the desire of their
father William TURPIN, who died intestat, William TURPIN conveys part of
Colliers Adventure granted to Robert COLLIER, being that part of said land
lying the west side of Mill Branch, containing 100 a. more or less/Wit:
Danl. SULIVANE, James SULIVANE/Ackn before Henry HOOPER and Dan SULIVANE,
Maryland Deponents 1634-1799 Henry Peden, Jr. Family Line Pub.
TURPIN, Solomon of Somerset Co., aet 29 in 1724 I.R. no. 1, f.34
Turpin's Regulation -- Solomon ? TURPIN Dorchester Co. Md.
Turpin's Chance 1753 Solomon TURPIN Dorchester Co. Md.
Turpin's Choice 1717 Solomon TURPIN Dorchester Co. Md.
Iron Mine---Solomon TURPIN Dorchester Co. Md.
1717 Turpins Choice- granted to William HARPER and assigned to Solomon
TURPIN of Dorchester Co. Md. 609 acres South Side of Turpin's Branch,
running out of the north side of the N.E. Fork of the Nanticoke River.
11/22/1676 Registered cattle mark; son of William Turpin.
Hope this helps, If you know more about Solomon 1797 KY - 1874 IN please let
I don't have your Martin 1821 KY - 1898 IN.
From: [mailto:] On
Behalf Of Dave and Connie Jeremiah
Sent: Saturday, December 06, 2008 9:33 PM
Subject: Re: [TURPIN] Turpin Family
My husband's line is Solomon 1725 VA - 1778 VA, Martin 1761 VA - 1834 VA,
Solomon 1797 KY - 1874 IN, Martin 1821 KY - 1898 IN, Mary Allen Turpen 1866
MO - 1929 OR m. to Charles Henry Jeremiah in 1887 in West Plains, Howell Co.
Can you share your sources for "Solomon, b. 1673, married Kathry Love They
had a son named Solomon, b.1724" and where these events took place.
I've been trying to tie Maryland Turpins with Virginia Turpins and haven't
been able to do so.
Thanks very much,
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