This should answer about 95 % of your formatting questions if you read it carefully. Remember to use short citation (usually just author's last name, abbreviated title, and page number -- author's name is not enough) for second and subsequent references to a source. If you footnote properly, you do not need to include your bibliography. The University of Chicago, from which comes Turabian style, has a short guide to citations that covers more than I do here. You want to use the examples marked with an "n." Also, here is a web page from Georgetown University showing Turabian formatting for footnotes . Here is one from Duke University . These go into more detail. Note a couple of differences between my page and the Duke and Georgetown pages: On mine it is not necessary to name the publisher, or give access dates for web sites while on the other two sites it is. I do not care which way you do it as long as you are consistent.
While notes and bibliographies contain much of the same information, bibliographic form differs from note form in these ways: