Thomas Woodward Part 2

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('''''Some Questions Regarding the Parentage of, and other issues relating to, Thomas Woodward, Esq.,''''')
(Chapter 3: More Discussion of various Thomas Woodwards in England)
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A “Thomas Woodward, gent.” was apparently a law student at the Middle Temple, of the famous Inns of Court in London, from at least the year 1618 (27).  But even more than that, he was a personal friend whilst there of the English metaphysical poet John Donne (see below).
 
A “Thomas Woodward, gent.” was apparently a law student at the Middle Temple, of the famous Inns of Court in London, from at least the year 1618 (27).  But even more than that, he was a personal friend whilst there of the English metaphysical poet John Donne (see below).
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==Chapter 4: Thomas Woodward and his brother Rowland, friends of the poet Donne==
  
 
Thomas Woodward did not go there alone, however: with him there was also a brother named “Rowland Woodward”, as may be seen from the following reference, mentioning the two Woodward brothers in passing (for quite different reasons):
 
Thomas Woodward did not go there alone, however: with him there was also a brother named “Rowland Woodward”, as may be seen from the following reference, mentioning the two Woodward brothers in passing (for quite different reasons):

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