|Bishop of Ely|
|Other post(s)||Dean of Peterborough (1830–1842)|
Dean of Westminster (1842–1845)
|Died||7 January 1864 (aged 83)|
Ely House, Dover Street, London
|Buried||Kensal Green Cemetery|
|Alma mater||Queens' College, Cambridge|
St Catharine's College, Cambridge
Thomas Turton (25 February 1780 – 7 January 1864) was an English academic and divine, the Bishop of Ely from 1845 to 1864.
Thomas Turton was son of Thomas and Ann Turton of Hatfield, West Riding. He was admitted to Queens' College, Cambridge, in 1801 but migrated to St Catharine's College in 1804. In 1805 he graduated BA as senior wrangler and equal Smith's Prizeman. Elected a fellow of St Catharine's in 1806, he was Lucasian Professor of Mathematics from 1822 to 1826 and Regius Professor of Divinity from 1827 to 1842.
After various other clerical appointments, Turton was Dean of Peterborough from 1830 to 1842, Dean of Westminster from 1842 to 1845 and Bishop of Ely from 1845 to 1864.
He is buried at Kensal Green Cemetery.