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Turner, Williamlocked

(1651/2–1740)
  • Keri Dexter

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Turner, William (1651/2–1740), singer and composer, is thought to have been born in Oxford, the son of Charles Turner, cook of Pembroke College, Oxford. The cathedral disbursement books do not support Anthony Wood's claim that at the Restoration Turner became a chorister at ...

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