"Turkey Red" is the apparent nickname of a man who died of chronic myocarditis with the passive conception of a lung at South Market Street in Wilmington, Delaware on May 4, 1939. Few details are available in his case. He was buried at the now-defunct Moores Lane Potters Field in Wilmington.
In the 1960s, all people buried there were reinterred at a different New Castle County Potter's field on Boulden Blvd, Wilmington. No grave markings or records of exact re-interment locations in the Boulden Blvd site exist and its potter's field has no markings.