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  • Josef (c.1775 - c.1825)
  • Efraim Fishel Turyn (Taryn) (1799 - 1874)
    The first recorded birth of a Turyn in Warsaw was that of Yehuda Mordechai born to Efraim Fishel and Frymet Turyin (Gielgrost) in 1824. Yehuda Mordechai died during his first year of life. A book title...
  • William De Turin, of Foveran (deceased)
    According to Debrett's Peerage, [ref. 11] "The family of Turing, originally French, settled in the barony of Tourin, in Forfarshire, which they held for several generations. Sir William TURYN attac...
  • Alan Mathison Turing (1912 - 1954)
    Alan Turing's Family Tree Alan Turing is arguably the man who most changed the world in the 20th-century with the invention of the computer. The fact that you're reading this online is due to the gen...

TURYN - TURIN FAMILY

This project will seek to connect the various Turyn lines on Geni. We are a very small clan and we should be able to do it.

We will use -:

  • paper-trail
  • oral history
  • geneological research resources
  • DNA testing.

www.familytreedna.com - FTDNA

I will be setting up a "Turyn" group on www.familytreedna.com for sharing our results.

www.ysearch.org - YSEARCH

I understand that some Turyn's may have tested elsewhere. I will be setting up an account with www.ysearch.org Ysearch.org (as soon as I get my DNA results back) and we will work with Turyn's who have results from other websites to upload their data to ysearch.org.

37 or 67 marker yDNA test

If you are considering testing at www.familytreedna.com I recommend that you take the 37 or 67 marker yDNA test.

I have taken the 37 marker test and will post my results here as soon as I have them.

We should also post any other results that various Turyns have.

Thanks for joining!

The City of TURIN

TURIN (It. Torino), city on the Po River, N.W. Italy. Turin was the capital of the duchy of Savoy and later of the kingdom of Sardinia; it is now the capital of Piedmont province. The presence of Jews in Turin was recorded by Bishop Maximus of Turin in the fourth century.

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ALAN TURING