Turley, Fred, 1895-1981
Fred Turley (1895-1981) was a rancher in Arizona.
Frederick Andrew Turley was born in Snowflake, Arizona on August 4, 1895. At the age of 20, he was called to serve in the Rochester and Palmyra New York mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from 1915 to 1917. After his mission he entered the armed forces during WWI, where he was commissioned 2nd Lieutenant right before the end of the war. He was married in 1920, and continued serving in the Church, including additional missions with his wife. He did cattle ranching throughout his life. Frederick died in 1981, in Mesa, Arizona.
Citation:UPB files (Frederick Turley; Fred Turley; born in Snowflake, Arizona in 1895; served Latter-day Saint mission in the Rochester and Palmyra New York area from 1915 to 1917; entered the armed forces during WWI; commissioned 2nd Lieutenant right before the end of the war; married in 1920; died in 1981, in Mesa, Arizona)
FamilySearch, April 11, 2020 ǂb (Frederick Andrew Turley; born 4 August 1895 in Snowflake, Arizona; grandson to William Jordan Flake; Latter-day Saint mission to Rochester/Palmyra, New York 1915-1917; 2nd Lieutenant 1918 during WWI; married 1920; cattle rancher; died 1 March 1981 in Mesa, Arizona)
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Contains two identical compact discs containing historical pictures from the mission of Fred A. Turley, dated 1915 to 1917.
Contains autobiographical writings and family records pertaining to members of the Orrin Orlando Barrus and Mary Elizabeth Clark family, created between the years 1897 and 1961 in Utah. Information regarding their personal lives and ecclesiastical work are presented. Included are letters, diaries, and photographs of Orrin, Mary, their children, and their grandchildren. Also contains documents pertaining to Fred A. Turley and Edward Stevenson. Materials created 1897 to 1961.