Thomas Woodward Part 2

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So much for attempting research on people living in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century England, right? The deeper one digs, the greater the unresolvable puzzles one apparently turns up.  
 
So much for attempting research on people living in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century England, right? The deeper one digs, the greater the unresolvable puzzles one apparently turns up.  
  
We here have so many intriguing, unanswered (and unanswerable?) questions. The hopeful news, however, is that this present effort is the result of only a few weeks research; let us see what future opportunities may reveal.
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We here have so many intriguing, unanswered (and unanswerable?) questions regarding both Thomas Woodward the immigrant to colonial Virginia, and all of these other "Thomas Woodwards" recorded in Seventeenth-Century English sources, who may or may not have been identical with him. The hopeful news, however, is that this present effort is the result of only a few weeks research; let us see what future opportunities may reveal.
  
 
==Footnotes==
 
==Footnotes==

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