Kenneth Turnbull was born 13 June 1892 in North Cheam, Surrey, England, United Kingdom to Edward Weddell Turnbull (1847-1897) and Katherine Jessie Cooper (1854-1937) and died 15 May 1975 in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, England, United Kingdom of unspecified causes. He married Grace Ellen Coase (1899-1986) 6 October 1923 in Laindon, Essex, England, United Kingdom. Ancestors are from the United Kingdom, Scotland.


Offspring of Kenneth Turnbull and Grace Ellen Coase (1899-1986)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Douglas James Weddell Turnbull (1925-)
Kenneth Malcolm Edward Turnbull (1926-)


Footnotes (including sources)

‡ General
₪ Wedding
  • Marriage of Mr. K. L. Turnbull and Miss G. Coase
    A very pretty and interesting wedding was solemnised at the Parish Church, Langdon Hills, by Rev. F. Clayton. The contracting parties were Mr. Kenneth Leslie Turnbull, son of the late Mr. Edward Turnbull and Mrs. Turnbull of Basildon, and Miss Grace Coase, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Coase of Laindon. The bride, who was given away by her father, was dressed in ivory silk marocain and wore a veil with orange blossom. Her bouquet consisted of white chrysanthemums. She was attended by three bridesmaids, Miss Florence Yeoman, Miss Kathleen Gray, and Miss Doreen MacPherson, all of whom were dressed in yellow crepe de chine and carried bronze chrysanthemums. The duties of the best man were carried out by Mr. Digby Carpenter, son of Rev. H. Carpenter of Basildon. The hyms were "Lead Us Heavenly Father" and "O, Perfect Love". The reception which was held at the Crown Hotel, was attended by about 40 guests, after which the happy couple left for Teignmouth, Devon, where the honeymoon is being spent. The presents were both numerous and useful. Mr. Turnbull, who is an Old Eton House School boy, has lived in the district for the past 25 years. During the war he served with the 1st London Scottish in France and later as an observer officer in the Royal Air Force, and took part in the long distant bombing raids into Germany.
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