The Wilmington Messenger

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The Wilmington Messenger - Monroe Special to News and Observer: Observer:...
Monroe Special to News and Observer: Observer: Captain L. A. W. Turner, of this city, was found dead in his toed this a. m., about 6 o'clock. He had been suffering suffering for some time with, rheumatism, but last night was apparently no worse than he had been for some time. Cap-( Cap-( Cap-( tain Turner served in the civil war in the capacity of captain. Company A. Forty-eighth Forty-eighth Forty-eighth Regiment, North Carolina Troops. He made a brave warrior and popular officer. Captain Turner was a jiirrmiir-i jiirrmiir-i jiirrmiir-i 111 1 1 ivi iiiiiiiii imi 11 ri'ii i i tu had tmany friends.

Clipped from The Wilmington Messenger12 Apr 1903, SunPage 8

The Wilmington Messenger (Wilmington, North Carolina)12 Apr 1903, SunPage 8
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