Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Standard Name: Turberville, Henry
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|Cultural formation||Susanna Hopton||
During the Interregnum, Susanna Harvey (later Hopton) became a Roman Catholic convert. Her conversion was said to reflect the influence of Henry Turberville , a priest who was extremely influential in his lifetime and (through...
|Friends, Associates||Susanna Hopton||
Throughout her life SH built her friendships in connection with her religious beliefs. Her recorded relationships of this kind were with men. In the 1650s she was close to Father Henry Turberville , who converted...
|Textual Production||Susanna Hopton||
After years of theological study had brought her back from the Roman Catholic to the Anglican church , SH addressed a detailed account of her shift in thinking to her former, Catholic mentor, Henry Turberville .
Hopton, Susanna. “Introductory Note”. Susanna Hopton, edited by Julia J. Smith, Ashgate, 2010, p. ix - xxiii.
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