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Links between The Bodilys and Sir Thomas Bodley?
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|Frederick||Report||24 Nov 2013 17:16|
Three years ago, helping a friend, I began researching the 'Bodilys' and had hoped to find a link to the famous Sir Thomas Bodley, founder of the Bodleian Library in Oxford. Unfortunately, there was a zero response to this and I can only assume from my subsequent research that no such link exists. Nevertheless, through 'Hot Matches' I was able to make contact with several GR members and from the various responses, trees etc was able to produce a Bodily family tree. We would like, therefore, to thank all those members who provided information.