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Updated 22 Oct 1999
(Third Rough Draft)


Note: In those instances where more is known about the individual or individuals, hot links have been added. Also Note All Ship's Records have not been added here as yet (Search the Combs Research List Archives for possible additional records). See also Early Combs to Virginia, Maryland and Massachusetts for "headrights" of Combs &c. where the names of ships remain unknown.


Chronology of Ships' Records

DateNameComments
1619/05/20COOMBES, JohnShip Marigold, England to Virginia Colony
1620/01/29COMBE, NicholasShip The Supply, England to Virginia Colony
1627/06/20COMBE, Thos.,
Capt. & Merchant
Ship not named, Southampton,Hampshire, EN, to St. Christophers (See Virginia Colony)
1635/10/13COOMBES, JohnShip Amitie, London to Virginia Colony via St. Christophers
1685/06/22COMBE, George,
Capt.
Ship The Palm Tree, Virginia Colony to Plymouth, Devonshire, EN
1688-1689COMBES, WilliamShip not named, from [England?] to Maryland, detained in Virginia
1722COMBS, Capt.Ship Shereman, Prince Georges, MD
1723/10/25COME, Richard(PRO Ref. No. T53/30, p.452) of Newgate [Prison?] received on board the frigate Froward at London and transported to Virginia. Capt. Daniel RUSSELL. 43 on board. (Extracted by Combs Researcher Leslie Owens from Original Lists of Emigrants in Bondage from London to the American Colonies. 1719-1744, Magna Carta Book Company, Baltimore, MD. 21215 USA 1967, Kaminkow)
1724/09/05COOMBE, Capt. HenryWill of Thomas COCKBURN (of Penna [PA]), mariner of the Newberry, Capt. Henry COOMBE, latitude 17° north and longtitude 58.40° west, dated 5 Sep. 1724.  My brother John COCKBURN to be my exec. and to pay £10 to my sister Martha COCKBURN. Wits: Isa. CARDEL and Henry COOMBE.  Pr. 4 Jan 1725 by exec. named.  (PROB  11/601/4) (Extracted and posted by Birdie McNutt from "American Wills Proved in London 1611-1775", compiled by Peter Wilson Coldham, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, MD, Copyright ©1992 by Peter Wilson Coldham Surrey, England, page 129)
1727/06/24COMBE, John(PRO Ref. No. T53/33, p.364) of Newgate [Prison?] received on board the ship Susanna at London and transported to Virginia as an emigrant in bondage. Captain John VICKERS. 70 persons on board. (Extracted by Combs Researcher Leslie Owens from Original Lists of Emigrants in Bondage from London to the American Colonies. 1719-1744, Magna Carta Book Company, Baltimore, MD. 21215 USA 1967, Kaminkow)
1734/12/13COMBES, Catherine(PRO Ref. No. T53/37, p.446) of Newgate [Prison?] received on board the ship Caesae at London and transported to Virginia as an emigrant in bondage. Captain Wm. LONEY. 125 persons on board. (Extracted by Combs Researcher Leslie Owens from Original Lists of Emigrants in Bondage from London to the American Colonies. 1719-1744, Magna Carta Book Company, Baltimore, MD. 21215 USA 1967, Kaminkow)
1736/05/17COMBES, Eliza(PRO Ref. No. T53/38, p.337-8) of Newgate [Prison?] received on board the ship Patapsco at London and transported to Maryland. Captains fras. LUX. 97 on board. (Extracted by Combs Researcher Leslie Owens from Original Lists of Emigrants in Bondage from London to the American Colonies. 1719-1744, Magna Carta Book Company, Baltimore, MD. 21215 USA 1967, Kaminkow)
1739/08/09COMBS, HenryShip Martha, Lisbon, Portugal to Philadelphia, PA.
1742/04/18COOMBS, Thos.(PRO Ref. No. T53/41p.228) of Surrey received on board the ship Justitia at London and transported to the Colonies. Capt. Barnet BOND. 12 on board. (Extracted by Combs Researcher Leslie Owens from Original Lists of Emigrants in Bondage from London to the American Colonies. 1719-1744, Magna Carta Book Company, Baltimore, MD. 21215 USA 1967, Kaminkow)
1743/05/17COOMS, Wm.(PRO Ref. No. T53/41p.326) of Middlesex received on board the ship Indian Queen and transported to Potomack [Virginia? Maryland?]. Capt. Edward MAXWELL. 8 on board. (Extracted by Combs Researcher Leslie Owens from Original Lists of Emigrants in Bondage from London to the American Colonies. 1719-1744, Magna Carta Book Company, Baltimore, MD. 21215 USA 1967, Kaminkow) 
1747/09COMBS, JohnShip Pustillion and/or Portition, Antigua to Philadelphia, PA
1747/09/24COMBS, GeorgeShip Carolina, Antigua to Philadelphia, PA
1747/10/01COMBS, JamesShip Carolina, Antigua to Philadelphia, PA
1747/11/05COMBS, JohnShip Postilion, Antigua to Philadelphia, PA
1785/10/20COOMBES, AnnShip Charlotte from England. wife of Samuel COOMBES of Puxton, Somersetshire, EN. Sentenced to be transported for 7 years to Australia.
1790/06/30COOMBES, Williamof Middlesex, EN. Transported on either the ship Neptune, Surprize, Scarborough or Lady Juliana. Sentenced to Life in Australia.

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