| Andrew Turner|
| June 10, 1905|
| September 24, 1832 (1832-09-24) Schuyler Falls, NY|
Journalist, politician, civic leader, business operator
Frederick Jackson Turner
Andrew Jackson Turner Wikipedia
Andrew Jackson Turner (September 24, 1832 – June 10, 1905) was an American politician, newspaper editor, and businessman.
Born in Schuyler Falls, New York, he settled in Portage, Wisconsin in 1855. He was co-editor of the Portage City Record, which later merged with the Portage Wisconsin State Register. Turner served in the Wisconsin State Assembly as a Republican from 1863 to 1864, and again from 1866 to 1869. He was chief clerk of the Wisconsin State Senate during the 1876–78 term. He also served as mayor of Portage, Wisconsin and was the Wisconsin Railroad Commissioner from 1878 to 1882. He wrote pamphlets and articles about the history of Portage and the Republican Party. His son was the educator Frederick Jackson Turner. Turner died in Portage, Wisconsin.