Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
A Bible in the usual order as described by N. R. Ker, Medieval Manuscripts in British Libraries, vol. 1 (Oxford, 1969) 96-97.
Table of Contents: A Biblical concordance from Abbas to Zorobabel; Supplement to article 1 from Aaron to Phiton; A table for the liturgical year of cues for Gospel and Epistle readings for the temporal and sanctoral arranged for the use of the Carthusian Order at the Charterhouse of St. Barbara in Cologne; Table dividing the books of the Old and New Testaments into four parts. Followed by two prayers one by Cassiodorus.the other by Bede.
This collection is comprised of a single Bible from 1599, which has genealogical notes handwritten within the text. It also includes a set of transcribed notes, which lists where each note is, and a transcription as possible for the genealogy.
This collection contains David Benjamin Updegraff's heavily annotated Bible. His notes discuss theology and the content of the Bible. It also includes placed or tipped-in materials and notes.
This collection contains one Bible owned by Evan Owen in the late 1600s, early 1700s. It was also owned by James Rhoads in the latter half of the 1700s. It contains some genealogical information, and the biblical text is in Welsh.
This collection is comprised of a printed Bible, which includes a brief concordance and index in the back. Between the Aprocrypha and New Testament is a handwritten genealogy of the Swett family. It also includes a note that the Bible was gifted from William Hudson to hid graddaughter Mary Howell in 173_.