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date: 17 February 2020

Turner, Edwardlocked

(1796–1837)
  • W. H. Brock

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Turner, Edward (1796–1837), chemist, was born at Teak Pen, Clarendon, Jamaica, on 24 June 1796, the second son of a Scottish sugar planter, Dutton Smith Turner (d. 1816), and his Creole wife, Mary Gale, née Redwar. He was sent at an early age to ...

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