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Matilda Turner
Matilda Turner Headshot Teen
Gender TS2 Female Female
Age TS3-Teen Teen
Life state CAS Human icon Sim
Education and employment
School School High School
Grade A
Family/Families Turner family
Parents Sam Turner, Minnie Turner
Siblings George Turner Male, Julia Turner Female, Freddie Turner Male, Roy Turner Male, Calvin Turner Male
Traits Trait TS4 Neat Neat
Trait TS4 Outgoing Outgoing
Trait TS4 Collector Collector
Aspiration Aspiration TS4 Outdoor Enthusiast Outdoor Enthusiast
Hair color TS2 Red Hair Red
Eye color TS2 Blue Eyes Blue
Skin color Skin-light Light
Body shape Thin Thin
Other information
Game TS4 Icon The Sims 4
Playability Playable
World Fanon:Newcrest
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Matilda Harriet Turner is a Sim created by Micah-l-lucas who resides with the Turner family in Newcrest. She resides with her parents Sam Turner and Minnie Turner, as well as four of her siblings: Julia Turner, Freddie Turner, Roy Turner, and Calvin Turner.


Matilda Turner was born on a Friday in the summer of 1896 at 3:10 PM. She was the third of six children born to Sam Turner and Minnie Turner. She had five siblings: George (1891), Julia (1893), Freddie (1898), Roy (1898), and Calvin (1901). Her parents bred frogs, fished, and gardened for money, which brought in some decent money for the family. She had a difficult relationship with her parents and siblings during her early life because she was so fussy and demanding.

During her childhood, after she grew out of her fussiness, she became close with the Schaffer children who lived in the same neighborhood as the Turners. The Schaffers had lost their father in a mining accident in 1889, and were known for being underfed and poor. She took a liking to Barrett, one of the Schaffer boys, and would often bring extra food in her lunch so he would have something to eat.

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