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George Turberville, or Turbervile (about 1540 - before 1597) was an English poet. He was the second son of Henry Turberville of Winterborne Whitechurch, Dorset, and nephew of James Turberville, Bishop of Exeter. The Turbervilles were an old Dorsetshire family, the inspiration for the d'Urbervilles of Thomas Hardy's novel, Tess of the d'Urbervilles. Turberville became a scholar of Winchester College in 1554, and in 1561 was made a fellow of New College, Oxford.