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date: 23 October 2019

Turner, Daniellocked

(1710–1798)
  • S. L. Copson

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Turner, Daniel (1710–1798), hymn writer, was born at Blackwater Farm, near St Albans, on 1 March 1710. He was educated for the ministry by Philip James of Hemel Hempstead and then kept a boarding-school in that town, but at the same time made a reputation as an occasional preacher in Baptist chapels. In 1741 he was called to be pastor of the Baptist church in ...

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