1 edition of Life and death of James, commonly called Collonel Turner found in the catalog.
Life and death of James, commonly called Collonel Turner
|Contributions||Turner, James, d. 1664.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||36 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||36|
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Turner was the eldest son of Patrick Turner (d), minister of Dalkeith, and Margaret was educated at Glasgow University, graduating MA in (very much against his will, according to his later memoirs). His parents had intended for him to follow his father into the church, but Turner was determined to become a soldier, and in he travelled Rank: Lieutenant colonel, Adjutant general.
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