Turner, Thomas, 1729-1793

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Birth 1729-06-09
Death 1793-02-06
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Thomas Turner, 1729-1793, was a shop-keeper, and for a time the school-master, in the village of East Hoathly in Sussex, England. He also became church-warden in 1757. From 1754 to 1765 Turner wrote the diary which forms the major part of the papers.

Thomas Turner, 1729-1793, was a shop-keeper, and for a time the school-master, in the village of East Hoathly in Sussex, England. He also became church-warden in 1757. From 1754 to 1765 Turner wrote the diary which forms the major part of the papers.

Further biographical information may be found in The Diary of Thomas Turner of East Hoathly (1754-1765), an abridged edition edited by Florence Maris Turner (Mrs. Charles Lamb), great-great-granddaughter of the diarist, with an introduction by J. B. Priestly, published in 1925 by John Lane, the Bodly Head Ltd., London.

From the guide to the Thomas Turner papers, 1707-1949, 1754-1765, (Manuscripts and Archives)

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