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Gail & Brian Turnbull Family

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brian_gailflagsGail and Brian Turnbull are retired and busy with their various hobbies and volunteer work. They live in Greely, Ontario, a burrow of Ottawa. However, in the summer months they currently spend most of their time at their cottage at Lake Louisa, Quebec. Here Gail is active with the Anglican Church both with the newly formed Parish of the Lower Laurentians as well as the Parish of Lachute.

She prepares the weekly Bulletins for the Parish of the Lower Laurentians as well as being the treasurer for St. Aidan's Church, Louisa. She is a Lay Reader and Catechist for the Parish of the Lower Laurentians. During the winter months the Turnbull's migrate to Bradenton, Florida where Gail continues to be active in the church and is also recognized there as a Lay Reader.

Brian keeps busy with his two main hobbies, Genealogy and Web Site Design as well as being a Director of the Turnbull Clan Association. They both are avid Golfers who unfortunately do not enjoy low handicaps despite playing 11 months a year.

Family is an important part of their life; they have four children and seven grandchildren.

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The Turnbull Name

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Turning_Of_The_Bull_Monument_002The history of the Turnbulls has been closely interwoven with that of the Scottish/English Borders since they settled in the region as part of the Boernician race in 400 A.D. The Turnbulls are a scion of the Rule family of Roxburghshire where they lived on the lands through which flowed the River Rule in the parish of Hobkirk.

William de Rule became the first Turnbull when he saved the life of King Robert the Bruce at Stirling Park from a charging bull injured by the king while hunting. William, a large strong man, jumped in between the king and the angry bull, turning its head and breaking its neck. The gratified king dubbed his savior William Turn-E-Bull and gave him the first barony of the Bedrule area, held today by Wally Turnbull.

Last Updated on Saturday, 22 March 2014 07:40


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