Sir Charles Turner, Bt
|Prime Minister||Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey|
|Member of Parliament|
|Born||5 November 1727|
Kirkleatham, in present day Redcar and Cleveland, England
|Died||26 October 1783 (aged 55)|
|Spouse(s)||Elizabeth Wombwell, Mary Shuttleworth|
|Residence||Kirkleatham Hall, England|
|Alma mater||Beverley Grammar School, Inner Temple, Trinity College, Cambridge|
Sir Charles Turner, 1st Baronet (c. 1727 – 26 October 1783) was a British politician and Lord Mayor of York.
Turner was the son and heir of William Turner, of Kirkleatham, in present-day Redcar and Cleveland, England. He was educated at Beverley Grammar School, and admitted to the Inner Temple in 1744; he also entered Trinity College, Cambridge in 1745.
Turner was created Baronet, 8 May 1782. He married twice: firstly to Elizabeth Wombwell, of Wombwell, and secondly to Mary Shuttleworth, of Forcett. He lived at Kirkleatham Hall, and was 57 when he died. His son Charles inherited his baronetcy and the Kirkleatham estate. His widow remarried Sir Thomas Gascoigne, 8th Baronet of Parlington Hall, Aberford and their daughter Mary inherited the Gascoigne's Parlington estate.
- "Turner, Charles (TNR745C)". A Cambridge Alumni Database. University of Cambridge.
- "Lord Mayors of York 1601-1800". Mansion House (York). Archived from the original on 3 December 2013. Retrieved 1 December 2013. Cite uses deprecated parameter
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