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Jonathan Wood/Attwood

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Library date
1676-04-01
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Library size (titles)
2: "a bible"; "the one half of a Great Indian bible"
Library size (volumes)
2
Sources
Probate inventory; Plymouth County, MA Probate Records (taken 1 April 1676; sworn to 8 June 1676)
Library notes
Addendum to probate inventory:
- "a bible forgotton," valued at 4 shillings
- "the one half of a Great Indian bible"
This inventory is identifed as that of Jonathan Wood alias Atwood (or Attwood). I've not yet been able to positively identify him, but he seems not to be the Jonathan Wood who died 1675 at Middleboro. The "one half of a Great Indian bible" may be the New Testament, published first separately in 1661. Identification work is ongoing.
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4 shillings (partial)
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male
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