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Turner, Dawson (1775-1858), banker, botanist, art collector and antiquary

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Surname: Turner
Forenames: Dawson
Gender: Male
Date: 1775-1858
Places:
  • Great Yarmouth, Norfolk
Biography: ODNB link for Turner, Dawson (1775-1858) Botanist and Antiquary
Name authority reference: GB/NNAF/P131683 (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/P28925 )
Online related resources Bibliography of British and Irish History link for Dawson Turner
Collections
  Description Held by Reference Further information
1
papers
British Library, Manuscript Collections
2
annotated copies of publications
British Library, Manuscript Collections
See HMC papers of British scientists 1600-1940, 1982
3
memoranda of botanical corresp (2 vols)
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Library and Archives
See HMC MS papers of British scientists 1600-1940, 1982
4
corresp
Oxford University: Bodleian Library, Special Collections
5
letters (11) to Isaac D'Israeli
Oxford University: Bodleian Library, Special Collections
NRA 842 Disraeli
6
corresp with Samuel Woodward
Norwich Castle Museum
See HMC MS papers of British scientists 1600-1940, 1982
7
1549-1834: literary and botanical notes (6 vols)
Virginia Historical Society
NRA 32583 Virginia HS

See NUC MS 62-85
8
1709-1852: corresp and papers
Norfolk Record Office
NRA 1194 Palgrave

See Annual Return 2012
9
1777-1850: letters (31) of botanists
Natural History Museum Library and Archives
See Accessions to repositories 1991
10
1790-1850: corresp (82 vols)
Cambridge University: Trinity College Library
11
1794-1830: letters (96) to James and James de Carle Sowerby
Natural History Museum Library and Archives
See Catalogue of MSS...Natural History Museum (1995)
12
1794-1848: collection of booksellers' bills, etc
Saffron Walden Library, Victorian Studies Centre
See ASLIB Directory of Literary and Historical Collections 1993
13
1799, 1814: travel journals
Norwich Castle Museum
See Bridson, Natural history MS resources 1980
14
1800-49: corresp
Edinburgh University Library, Special Collections
15
1800-50: family corresp and papers rel to him collected by ANL Munby
Cambridge University: Trinity College Library
NRA 39236 Turner

See Accessions to repositories 1990; Sotheby's catalogue 19.7.90, lot 397
16
1801-19: letters to Sir James Smith
Linnean Society of London
NRA 9516
17
1804-51: further corresp, incl letters from John Sell Cotman
Norfolk Record Office
See Annual Return 2005
18
1805-50: corresp with Sir William Hooker
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Library and Archives
See HMC MS papers of British scientists 1600-1940, 1982
19
1807-17: letters to William Borrer
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Library and Archives
NRA 25004

See HMC MS papers of British scientists 1600-1940, 1982
20
1807-20: letters (51) to Ellen Hutchins
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Library and Archives
See Bridson, Natural history MS resources 1980
21
1815-1821: corresp (11 items)
Natural History Museum Library and Archives
22
1820-26: letters to T Sharp
British Library, Manuscript Collections
23
1824-40: letters to TJ Pettigrew
Oxford University: Bodleian Library, Special Collections
24
1827-34: letters (10)
British Library, Manuscript Collections
25
1827-48: corresp with Sir Thomas Phillipps
Oxford University: Bodleian Library, Special Collections
NRA 26260
26
1835-49: letters to William Whewell
Cambridge University: Trinity College Library
NRA 8804
27
1840-52: letters (22) to TJ Pettigrew
Yale University Libraries: Beinecke Library
NRA 18661 Osborn coll
28
1841-1842: letters (3) from his daughter, Lady Elizabeth Palgrave
Norfolk Record Office
See Annual Return 2014
29
1852-55: letters to William Worship, a Yarmouth solicitor
Norfolk Record Office

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  Record creator Description of relationship Dates Category of relationship
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Dawson Turner was John Sell Cotman's patron from 1811, and Cotman later became drawing master for Turner's family
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father/daughter
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