TURNER, Singleton Vaugh
Le Grand Advocate, Saturday, July 26, 1913


Singleton Vaugh Turner aged 84 years, died in the Stockton hospital, Monday, July 21, 1913. He had been an invalid for the past 5 years and finally succumbed, death being due to old age.

Funeral services were conducted from the residence of Mrs. Effie Anderson in Le Grand at 2 P. M. Wednesday, interment being in the Turner-Helm cemetery.

Vaughn Turner, was a native of Missouri, he did not come across the plains with his parents in the early pioneer days but was well known in this community as he resided here part of the time since 1880, owning at one time what is known as the Leeker ranch. He was a son of Capt. Nicholas Turner, also deceased, who was the pioneer
settler in the Le Grand section. Of near relatives he leaves one daughter, Mrs. Vina Koonts of Raymond, two brothers, Joseph and Nute Turner and one sister, Mrs. Effie Anderson, all of Le Grand.


Contributed by: Carol Lackey