Emily Will’s Report

As part of my 2001 PhD dissertation, I hired Ms. Emily Will, a Board Certified Documents Examiner, to conduct a double blind study of the de Vere Bible annotations, to determine if she would verify the conclusion that Mark Anderson and I had already reached through our own paleographical analysis, that the question of de Vere’s identity as that annotator was beyond a reasonable doubt. Here is Ms. Will’s report. She concludes that “it is highly probable that Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford, is the author of the Q1 questioned annotations.”
Emily Will's Forensic Paleography Report on the De Vere Bible, Page One.

Emily Will's Forensic Paleography Report on the De Vere Bible, Page One.

Emily Will Forensic Report, Page 2.

Emily Will Forensic Report, Page Two.

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