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Eton, a parish in the hundred of Stoke, with Upton to the northeast; Datchet to the east; Windsor to the south; New and Old Windsor and Clewer to the southwest; and Dorney to the northwest.
1660 Chancery: Master Tinney's Exhibits. C 104/265. Bundle No 36: Copy court roll of the manor of Eton, Berks, recording the surrender of Humphrey GREENEWAY of property in Northmore(?) and Eton, and the admission of Elizabeth COMBES to the same, 1660. 1588-1680 (Combs &c. Extractions from the PRO Catalogue, C Series - record not yet acquired) [Search Word: GREENWAY] If Northmore, the reference is probably to Northmore, Oxfordshire, which is surrounded (clockwise) by Cumnor, Berks to the northeast; Appleton and Besselsleigh, Berks to the southeast; Fyfield, Berks to the south; Longworth, Berks to the southwest; Standlake and Stanton Harcourt, Oxon to the northwest; with Kingston Bagpuize, Berks only 2.77 miles to the southwest.
2 Jul 1685 Prerogative Court of Canterbury and Other Probate Jurisdictions: Engrossed Inventories Exhibited from 1660 26065. PROB 4/14544. Richard COMBS of St. Clement Danes, [Westminster] Mdx., ob. at Eaton, Bucks, bachelor Text date: "1685 2 July Undated" [sic] Former reference: Admon (Combs &c. Extractions from the PRO Catalogue, PROB Series - record not yet acquired)
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