Jacobus "James" Atwood

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Jacobus "James" Atwood

Also Known As: "James Wood"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Sanderstead, Surrey, , England
Death: Died in England
Immediate Family:

Son of Nicholas Wood and Olive Buck
Brother of Harman Atwood; Oliver Atwood; Susanna Atwood; John "Older" Johannes Atwood; Nicholas Atwood and 5 others

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About Jacobus "James" Atwood

Jacobus Atwood

  • Christened: 30 Jan 1580/1 or 9 Feb 1580/1, Sanderstead, Surrey, England
  • Death: after 1603 and before 1643 in England
  • Parents: Nicholas Atwood, Olive Harman

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Last updated March 2015

This appears incorrect:

Unfortunately there is this out there: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/b/a/r/Douglass-David-Bar... Jacobus Atwood3 was born January 30, 1580/81 in St Martin, London, London, England3, and died 1643 in St Martin, London, Middlesex, England3. He married Joan Coleson. (SIC: Joan Coleson married John "the Leatherseller" Wood)

Children of Jacobus Atwood and Joan Coleson are:

  1. JOHN ASTWOOD, b. 1609, ENG, d. 1654, London, England3, 3. (SIC: his ancestry is not known, but it does not appear he was of the Standstead Court Atte Woods)

3. OneWorldTree, Ancestry.com. One World Tree (sm) [database online]. Provo, UT: MyFamily.com, Inc.

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Jacobus "James" Atwood's Timeline

1580
January 30, 1580
Surrey, England
January 30, 1580
St Martins,Surrey,England
January 30, 1580
St Martin-in-the, Westminister, Middlesex, England
January 30, 1580
St Martin-In-The-Field, Westminster, Middlesex, England
January 30, 1580
St Martin,Surrey,Eng
January 30, 1580
St. Martin In The Field, Westminister, Middlesex, England
January 30, 1580
St. Martin,In The Field,London,England
January 30, 1580
St. Martin/Field, London, England
January 30, 1580
St Martin-In-The-Field, Westminster, Middlesex, England
January 30, 1580
St. Martin/Field, London, England