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Woodhead, Abrahamlocked

(1609–1678)
  • Jerome Bertram

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Woodhead, Abraham (1609–1678), Roman Catholic controversialist, was born in Meltham in March 1609 and baptized in Almondbury, Yorkshire, on 2 April 1609, the son of John Woodhead of Thornhill, and his wife, an Armytage. He entered University College, Oxford, under the tuition of ...

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