Thomas Woodward Part 2

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(Chapter 4: Thomas Woodward and his brother Rowland, friends of the poet Donne)
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*8 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lower_Marsh (This street is now called “Lower Marsh”.)
 
*8 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lower_Marsh (This street is now called “Lower Marsh”.)
 
*9 J. Gary Woodward, “Woodwards of Seventeenth Century Virginia”, at the website http://www.woodwardsof17thcenturyvirginia.info/index/Welcome .  
 
*9 J. Gary Woodward, “Woodwards of Seventeenth Century Virginia”, at the website http://www.woodwardsof17thcenturyvirginia.info/index/Welcome .  
*10 See http://www.thepeerage.com/p15260.htm#i152597 and http://fabpedigree.com/s025/f594595.htm . Also http://books.google.com/books?id=1ysWkXKSrpIC&pg=PA265&lpg=PA265&dq=elizabeth+foley+countess+of+oxford&source=web&ots=K7gTQtJifH&sig=qkeUjZ5aJkX88q-nWSJuglMJyaI&hl=en  and http://cybrary.uwinnipeg.ca/people/dobson/genealogy/famous/England.html list several valuable source references.
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*11 “British History Online”, op.cit., ibid.
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*11 See http://www.thepeerage.com/p15260.htm#i152597 and http://fabpedigree.com/s025/f594595.htm . Also http://books.google.com/books?id=1ysWkXKSrpIC&pg=PA265&lpg=PA265&dq=elizabeth+foley+countess+of+oxford&source=web&ots=K7gTQtJifH&sig=qkeUjZ5aJkX88q-nWSJuglMJyaI&hl=en  and http://cybrary.uwinnipeg.ca/people/dobson/genealogy/famous/England.html list several valuable source references.
*12 See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cheapside .
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*12 “British History Online”, op.cit., ibid.
*13 “British History Online”, op.cit., ibid.
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*13 See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cheapside .
*14 op.cit., ibid.
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*14 “British History Online”, op.cit., ibid.
*15 T.J. White, op.cit.
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*15 op.cit., ibid.
*16 Woodward, “Woodwards of Isle of Wight County, Virginia”, op.cit.
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*16 T.J. White, op.cit.
*17 Boddie, op.cit., page 108.
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*17 Woodward, “Woodwards of Isle of Wight County, Virginia”, op.cit.
*18 Blake Woodward, 13 November, 2007, e-mail to the author. See also the 1684 will of Katherine Woodward (widow of Thomas), which mentioned a son named “John”—despite the fact that Thomas Woodward’s known son by that name had died in England in 1665, when the post of Assay Master was reported as ‘being vacant by death of John Woodward and the absence of Thomas Woodward, his father, who if alive, is at some plantation on York River, Virginia.” (J. Gary Woodward, “Woodwards of Isle of Wight” etc., op.cit.) This 1684 will of Katherine Woodward can be read in abstract form at “Woodwards of Seventeenth Century Virginia” (op.cit.) at this web address: http://www.woodwardsof17thcenturyvirginia.info/index/VIRGINIA_(1681-) I am indebted to Blake Woodward for pointing out this very logical analysis of the 1684 will of Katherine Woodward and her mention of a living “son” who had in fact died some nineteen years previous.  
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*18 Boddie, op.cit., page 108.
*19 House of Commons Journal Volume 6, online at: URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=25704&strquery=Thomas Woodward  .  
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*19 Blake Woodward, 13 November, 2007, e-mail to the author. See also the 1684 will of Katherine Woodward (widow of Thomas), which mentioned a son named “John”—despite the fact that Thomas Woodward’s known son by that name had died in England in 1665, when the post of Assay Master was reported as ‘being vacant by death of John Woodward and the absence of Thomas Woodward, his father, who if alive, is at some plantation on York River, Virginia.” (J. Gary Woodward, “Woodwards of Isle of Wight” etc., op.cit.) This 1684 will of Katherine Woodward can be read in abstract form at “Woodwards of Seventeenth Century Virginia” (op.cit.) at this web address: http://www.woodwardsof17thcenturyvirginia.info/index/VIRGINIA_(1681-) I am indebted to Blake Woodward for pointing out this very logical analysis of the 1684 will of Katherine Woodward and her mention of a living “son” who had in fact died some nineteen years previous.  
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*20 House of Commons Journal Volume 6, online at: URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=25704&strquery=Thomas Woodward  .  
 
“Fees and Diets of the Officers and Ministers of the Mint, to be borne by the Keepers of the Liberties of England, by Authority of Parliament; and to be paid by the Warden, in Manner and Form hereafter expressed; and until the Parliament of England shall otherwise ordain.  
 
“Fees and Diets of the Officers and Ministers of the Mint, to be borne by the Keepers of the Liberties of England, by Authority of Parliament; and to be paid by the Warden, in Manner and Form hereafter expressed; and until the Parliament of England shall otherwise ordain.  
  
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Boddie (op.cit., page 108): “Thomas Woodward, Assay Master of the Mint, had also fled from England to Isle of Wight County about 1649. His story is told in a petition of his son John to Charles II, upon his restoration, as follows: ‘November 1661, Petition of John, son of Thomas Woodward, to the king: to be put into possession of the house and office of Assay Master of the Mint, held by his father until the late troubles, when John Bradshaw, the so-called President of the Council of State, on the 23rd of October, 1649, dismissed him for refusing obedience to the usurper’s power and put in Samuel Bartlett. On this his father repaired to Virginia with a public declaration never to see England again till His Majesty’s return; is forthwith sending him the joyful news, and wishes to keep the office until his [father’s] return, or if he be dead, to have a grant of it himself.” …  
 
Boddie (op.cit., page 108): “Thomas Woodward, Assay Master of the Mint, had also fled from England to Isle of Wight County about 1649. His story is told in a petition of his son John to Charles II, upon his restoration, as follows: ‘November 1661, Petition of John, son of Thomas Woodward, to the king: to be put into possession of the house and office of Assay Master of the Mint, held by his father until the late troubles, when John Bradshaw, the so-called President of the Council of State, on the 23rd of October, 1649, dismissed him for refusing obedience to the usurper’s power and put in Samuel Bartlett. On this his father repaired to Virginia with a public declaration never to see England again till His Majesty’s return; is forthwith sending him the joyful news, and wishes to keep the office until his [father’s] return, or if he be dead, to have a grant of it himself.” …  
  
*20 Boddie, op.cit., page 127.
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*21 Boddie, op.cit., page 127.
*21 Boddie, op.cit., page 108.
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*22 Boddie, op.cit., page 108.
*22 ibid.
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*23 ibid.
 
*23 ibid.
*24 op.cit., page 127, et seq.
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*24 ibid.
*25 J. Gary Woodward, “Woodwards of Isle of Wight County, Virginia” op.cit.
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*25 op.cit., page 127, et seq.
*26 “British History Online” (op.cit.) 'House of Commons Journal Volume 2: 06 August 1641', Journal of the House of Commons: volume 2: 1640-1643 (1802), pp. 239-242. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=5615&strquery=Thomas Woodward. Date accessed: 03 November 2007.
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*26 J. Gary Woodward, “Woodwards of Isle of Wight County, Virginia” op.cit.
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*27 “British History Online” (op.cit.) 'House of Commons Journal Volume 2: 06 August 1641', Journal of the House of Commons: volume 2: 1640-1643 (1802), pp. 239-242. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=5615&strquery=Thomas Woodward. Date accessed: 03 November 2007.
  
*27 “Middle Temple Records” (Google Books result), at: http://books.google.com/books?id=nmMJAAAAIAAJ&pg=RA2-PA969&lpg=RA2-PA969&dq=Thomas+Woodward+Robert+Baron+Utter+Bar+Pumpe+Court&source=web&ots=x9vQHwL-2m&sig=DjSmFMPQeEfc9Ad_xmhikQZzqic&hl=en .
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*28 “Middle Temple Records” (Google Books result), at: http://books.google.com/books?id=nmMJAAAAIAAJ&pg=RA2-PA969&lpg=RA2-PA969&dq=Thomas+Woodward+Robert+Baron+Utter+Bar+Pumpe+Court&source=web&ots=x9vQHwL-2m&sig=DjSmFMPQeEfc9Ad_xmhikQZzqic&hl=en .
*28 Michelle O’Callaghan, “The English Wits”, Cambridge University Press, 2007, 234 pages. ISBN 0521860849 (page 13)
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*29 Michelle O’Callaghan, “The English Wits”, Cambridge University Press, 2007, 234 pages. ISBN 0521860849 (page 13)
*29 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Donne .
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*30 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Donne .
*30 "A Note on Rowland Woodward, the Friend of Donne", M.C. Deas. ''The Review of English Studies'', Vol.7, No.28 (Oct., 1931), pp.454-458. Oxford University Press.
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*31 "A Note on Rowland Woodward, the Friend of Donne", M.C. Deas. ''The Review of English Studies'', Vol.7, No.28 (Oct., 1931), pp.454-458. Oxford University Press.
*31 “Woodwards of Seventeenth Century Virginia”, op.cit.
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*32 “Woodwards of Seventeenth Century Virginia”, op.cit.
*32 “Allegations for Marriage Licenses, Issued from the Faculty Office “, by Joseph Lemuel Chester and George John Armytage, 1886 (313 pages). Available for preview at: http://books.google.com/books?id=DyoEAAAAIAAJ&pg=PA69&lpg=PA69&dq=Allegations+for+Marriage+Licenses+issued+from+the+Faculty+Office+Edward+Woodward+Lambeth&source=web&ots=3kE1DRtl9I&sig=P8NfS5ccs6RvVYA_hv7tJKTlt-s&hl=en .
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*33 “Allegations for Marriage Licenses, Issued from the Faculty Office “, by Joseph Lemuel Chester and George John Armytage, 1886 (313 pages). Available for preview at: http://books.google.com/books?id=DyoEAAAAIAAJ&pg=PA69&lpg=PA69&dq=Allegations+for+Marriage+Licenses+issued+from+the+Faculty+Office+Edward+Woodward+Lambeth&source=web&ots=3kE1DRtl9I&sig=P8NfS5ccs6RvVYA_hv7tJKTlt-s&hl=en .

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