Last Updated: 10/28/14
The Adventures and Experiences of
H.G.Turner
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Ancestry Biography
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Fais Island Adventure

Early Beginnings
Who is Harlie Turner
The Bootlegging Era
Too Close for Comfort
Depression Brings Tragedy
Civilian Conservation Corp

World War II
Uncle Sam Wants You
Piccadilly Commando
D-Day for Little Rollo
Mission over Munich
Little Rollo Photo Gallery
707th Bomb Squadron

Post World War II
Uncle Sam -- I'm Back
Hogan's Goat Ditched at Sea
The Cold War Years

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Welcome to the Harlyn Glen Turner Homepage.

Harlie Turner This website has been created to share the colorful life of my Grandfather, Harlie Turner.

Throughout you'll find some of his real life experiences dating back to his youth--including a fascinating bootlegging story. The depression and the rough times it inflicted on the Turner family is also retold.

Highlights from his 26 years of military service in the airforce, revolving around some B-24 missions flown in Europe during WWII, are recounted. There is also an exciting tale of when he and his crew members had to ditch their B-29 due to mechanical trouble and they wound up face-to-face with island natives.

Finally, check out the genealogy section containing pedigree charts, family fact sheets, photo graphs, and short stories about our ancestry.

I hope you enjoy the stories as much as I have enjoyed hearing them!



Flag    Who is Harlyn Glen Turner?
Find out more about Harlie and his family origin and background. Research his family lineage with the pedigree chart.

Flag    Here Come the Revenue Men.
Enjoy a chase through the back waters of the Mississippi River as Harlie and his father try to elude the law after the FED breaks up their moonshine still.

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   D-Day Arrives!
Be there on D-Day with Harlie and crew of his B-24 aircraft named "Little Rollo" during the great invasion of France.

Flag    Hold On... We're Going Down!
During a rescue mission, Harlie's B-29, named "Hogan's Goat," has to ditch. Harlie and crew find themselves surrounded by island natives! Are they civil or savage?

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