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    MISS SARAH TURNBULL-BOWMAN, daughter of Martha and Daniel Turnbull Rosedown Plantation, Louisania. Sarah Turnbull inherited Rosedown and other plantations from her family. Like her mother, Sarah was a horticulturist. Her husband, James P. Bowman, produced cotton and sugar on Frogmoor and Bayou Grosse Tete plantations which he owned in Pointe Coupee Parish.

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    ca. late 1850s. Sarah Turnbull-Bowman, daughter of Martha and Daniel Turnbull of Rosedown Plantation, LA.

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