I have what is undoubtedly the same Harriet LeGrand Turner, b. TN 7 Apr 1830, m. J. Alsup.I didn't have her place of death but I'm sure not surprised that it was in Bastrop Co., TX.Harriet was the fourth child of Dr. James LeGrand Turner b. NC 9 Sep 1799 d. 9 Dec 1870 in Alum Creek,Bastrop Co., TX and his wife Julina Sessums b. 5 Jun 1808 in Raleigh, Wake Co., NC. d. 3 Oct 1876 in Alum Creek, Bastrop Co., TX.(Both are buried in unmarked graves in the Alum Creek Cemetery.)Dr. Turner was reputed to bethe first M.D. in Bastrop County.It seems likely that Harriet was born in Lauderdale Co., TN inasmuch as her parents are listed as residents there in the 1830 US Census. James. L. Turner was the son of William Turner b. 1771 Halifax Co., VA and his wife Nancy LeGrand b. Halifax Co., VA 1771/74.This coupole was married in Halifax Co., VA 4 Oct 1798.I believe this family, along with several relatives, moved to Maury Co., TN about 1808.William died there in 1812/13, and I'm not certain what happened to his wife.The mystery I am trying to solve is whether there were other children besides James LeGrand Turner.I'm certain this couple was alive from the time of James L. 's birth to 1812 and there are no children known to me.Most couples of that day would have had 6 or 8 during that time period of 12 years. William was the son of James Turner who was born in what was then Orange Co., VA in about 1842.He was the only son of James Turner b. Spotsylvania Co., VA about 1710 and his wife Kerenhappuch.She was born in the same country in about1716 to Isaac Norman, Jr. and his wife Frances Courtney.Kerenhappuch became a revolutionary war heroine by virtue of her services as a nurse at the battle of Guilford County Courthouse, NC. in 1781.Her son James was Capt. in the Virginia Militia and he was gravely wounded in the battle.A grandson was also wounded.Kerenhappuch nursed them both as well as other soldiers who were wounded.