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Turner, Williamlocked

(1509/10–1568)
  • Whitney R. D. Jones

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Turner, William (1509/10–1568), naturalist and religious controversialist, was born at Morpeth in Northumberland, the son of a tanner of the same name.

In 1526 Turner became a student of Pembroke College, Cambridge, assisted by a 'yearly exhibition' from Thomas, Baron Wentworth...

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