Topic: Renee Sells (nee Turner) (1923-1999)

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During World War II Renee Turner was in the W.R.A.F. attached to Air Barrage Balloons in the London area, 207 Squadron (RAF). She was my husband's first cousin twice removed - Debbie McCauley.

Renee Turner was born at Gateshead, Tyne & Wear on 28 October 1923. Her parents were Oliver and Florence Dorothy Turner (nee Maddison). 

She married Peter C. Sells at Pontefract, West Yorkshire on 28 October 1946. Peter was born at Ramsgate, Kent, in 1924. Peter was employed by the National Westminster Bank at various branches throughout West Yorkshire before the couple moved to Hitchin, Hertfordshire, where he became a branch manager. They did not have any children.

Both Renee and Peter served in World War II. Renee was in the W.R.A.F. attached to Air Barrage Balloons in the London area. Peter was as a Wireless Operator/Air Gunner in the R.A.F.

Renee Sells died, aged 75, at Hitchin, Hertfordshire on 26 September 1999.



207 Squadron (RAF): Sells, Renee (née Turner) HQ Clerk 10/44-3/46 d1999

The Turner Family by Alan Whitwood (1 December 2008).

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Renee Sells (nee Turner) (1923-1999)

First Names:Renee
Last Name:Turner
Date of Birth:28 October 1923
Place of Birth:Gateshead, Tyne & Wear
Country of birth:England
Date of death:26 September 1999
Place of death:Hitchin, Hertfordshire, England
Place of burial:England
Spouses name:Peter C Sells
Spouses date of birth:1924
Spouses place of birth:Ramsgate, Kent, England
Date of marriage:28 October 1946
Place of marriage:Pontefract, West Yorkshire, England
Fathers name:Oliver Turner
Fathers date of birth:20 July 1892
Fathers place of birth:Bramley, West Yorkshire, England
Fathers date of death:14 December 1974
Fathers place of death:Pontefract, West Yorkshire
Mothers name:Florence Dorothy Maddison
Mothers date of birth:1900
Mothers place of birth:Gateshead, Tyne & Wear, England
Name of sibilings:Joyce Turner
Military Service:World War II (1939-1945)