Joshua Turner and Nanny Greenwood

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Parents        William Turner (50%)
    
Joshua Turner (b abt 1772, m Nanny Greenwood)
Nanny Greenwood (b abt 1776)
   Sarah Turner (b Huddersfield abt 1798, d 1798)
   Elizabeth Turner (b Huddersfield abt 1800, d 1805)
   William Turner (b Huddersfield 1802)
    Joshua Turner (b Yorkshire 1805, m Mary Inman 1831 Kirkheaton Yorkshire)
         Joshua Turner (b Huddersfield 1839, m Elizabeth Stephenson 1862 Newcastle-on-Tyne, d aft 1898 Melbourne) 
            Mary Louisa Turner (b abt 1868 Newcastle-on-Tyne, m John  Thompson 1887 Newcastle-on-Tyne, d 1901 N Fitzroy Vic)
                  Norman Thompson (b 1888 Newcastle-on-Tyne,  m Winifred Emma Farr 1918 Northcote Vic, d 1932 Thornbury Vic)
    Elisa Turner (b Huddersfield abt 1807, d 1808)
    Harriot Turner (b Huddersfield 1809)
    Bessey Turner (b Huddersfield 1811)
    Emma Turner (b Huddersfield 1811)
    Bessy Ann Turner (b Huddersfield 1816)
 
This family was found by Glenis Crocker.  Glenis' note also seems to say he was a whitesmith,

Research Notes

Genes Reunited checked for Joshua and Nanny

LDS checked, and yeilds some intriguing entries
Nanny Greenwod is named in the children's christenings, but the marriage is problematic
Joshua Turner marrying Hannah Greenwood in Halifax in 1811
Joshua Turner marrying Nancy Emmet in Halifax in 1791 (Halifax is only eight miles from Huddersfield)
Nrither of these look much chop
Birth of Nanny Greenwood in Huddersfield in 1776 (parents not given)
Birth of Nanny Greenwood in Rothwell in 1777 (father John Greenwood)
Birth of Nanny Greenwood in Birstall, Yorkshire, in 1778 (mother Faith Greenwood)
Birth of Nancy Greenwood in Sowerby, Yorkshire, in 1778 (father James Greenwood)
Birth of Nanny Greenwood in Heptonstall, Yorkshire, in 1780 (father William Greenwood)
Birth of Joshua Turner, Birstall, Yorkshire 29 Oct 1769  (father William)
    Birstall is probably Birstall Smithies about seven miles north of Huddersfield
There is probably a 50% chance this is the right guy. Being called William helps

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