ARTHUR W. TURNER (1 - 1943)
and his wife
TATANIA TURNER (1893 - 19??)

March 4, 2007

I am seeking any information for the following.

Mrs. Mary H. Davis in Santo Tomas. She Survived the war and returned to CedartownGeorgia. Her husband was Major William R. Davis, MD. He went down with the Japanese ship Arisan Maru.

Mrs. Tatania Turner at Santo Tomas. Her husband was Mr. Arthur W. Turner Cedartown, Georgia. They both were captured at Shanghai China. Mr. Turner was a civilian working for an American company. She survived the war. He died on the exchanges ship Teia Maru or the Gripsholm in 1943. She survived returned to Florida.

(Note: Arthur died on the Gripsholm.)

Any additional information or contact with anyone having information about these folks will be appreciated.


Millard Greer
PO Box 83
Cedartown, Georgia 30125-0083

If you would like to share any information about Arthur and Tatania Turner
or would like to be added to my POW/Internee e-mail distribution list,
please let me, Tom Moore, know.

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