Farewell, Night, Perfect. Charles Tennyson Turner (July 4, 1808 - April 25, 1879) was an English poet and cleric. "Turner, Charles Tennyson," in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (1885–1900) in 63 vols. Charles (Tennyson) Turner is recognized as an accomplished and thoughtful sonneteer in his own right; his work also provides an interesting gloss on that of his younger brother, Alfred Tennyson. “Collected Sonnets, Old and New” 7 Copy quote. Later the same year he became vicar of Grasby; then in 1836 he married Charles Tennyson Turner, James Spedding (1880). It was a perfect night for a train. The name of Turner he assumed in conformity with the will of a relation. Born in Somersby, Lincolnshire, he was an elder brother of Alfred Tennyson; his friendship and the heart union with his greater brother is revealed in Poems by Two Brothers (1829). The occasional whistle told Louis of all the farewells he had ever known. Charles Tennyson-Turner was born in 1808 at Somersby, Lincolnshire. He was the second of the two older brothers of Alfred Tennyson, with whom he matriculated at Cambridge in 1828. Charles was graduated in 1832, and after his ordination in 1835 he was appointed curate of Tealby. Their upbringing was the same; both were serious writers. Rev.

64 Copy quote. Works by this author published before January 1, 1925 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Charles Tennyson Turner. Charles Tennyson Turner (4 July 1808 – 25 April 1879) was an English poet.

Tennyson Turner, elder brother of Alfred Tennyson, was educated at Cambridge, entered the Church, and became vicar of Grasby, Lincolnshire.

Another poet brother was Frederick Tennyson.