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Chaddleworth, a parish in the hundred of Kintbury Eagle county of Berks, is 4.85 miles southwest of West Ilsley and 7.58 miles southeast of Sparsholt (both in Berks). (See also Parishes within 11 miles of Sparsholt, Berks).

Lewis describes Chaddleworth in 1830 as, with “the tything of Woolley, 448 inhabitants. The living is a discharged vicarage, in the archdeaconry of Berks, and diocese of Salisbury… in the patronage of the Dean and Chapter of Westminster. The church is dedicated to St. Andrew. In 1720, a school was founded and endowed in this place by Mr. William SAUNDERS, for the education of eight poor boys, who are also clothed and apprenticed, of which number, two belong to Chaddleworth… Mrs. Susannah WYNNE gave also an annuity of £10, for teaching ten poor children of this parish. In 1160, a priory was founded for regular canons of the order of St. Augustine, which was dissolved by Wolsey…”


25 May 1309 Deed regarding Thatcham messuages and lands in Chaddlesworth involving a grant in fee between Rog. Ate Combe s(on) of Rog. Ate Combe, clerk to a Wm. De la Hath and W. Joan, all noted as of Thatcham. Record can be found in the Wroughton Papers. Catalogue Ref.D/EW/T47/4. Berkshire Record Office.


30 Nov 1309 Deed regarding Thatcham messuages and lands in Chaddlesworth involving a quitclaim mentioning Rog. de la Comb noting another person's land between that of Rog. De la Combe on the west, and another piece of land on the east. Record can be found in the Wroughton Papers. Catalogue Ref.D/EW/T47/5. Berkshire Record Office.


30 June 1314 Deed regarding Thatcham messuages and lands in Chaddlesworth involving a grant in fee between Rog. De la Combe of Thatcham to Jourdan de Lovelynch. Record can be found in the Wroughton Papers. Catalogue Ref.D/EW/T47/6. Berkshire Record Office.


7 Oct 1562 Chaddleworth, Berkshire, England. Married: Bernard COME and Agnis BUTLER (FamilySearch.Org, Film No. 1040500, Parish registers, 1532-1979 Church of England. Parish Church of Chaddleworth (Berkshire), film not yet read) [NIGI 1998]

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24 Dec 1575 Chaddleworth, Berkshire, England. Christened: Agnis COME, d/o (blank) (FamilySearch.Org, IGI, #1040500 Parish registers, 1532-1979 Church of England. Parish Church of Chaddleworth (Berkshire)


Important! This parish's records have not yet been searched and there may be more Combs not yet extracted, particularly marriage records (The christening of Agnes was in the IGI by 1998 (the only Chaddleworth Combs), but not the marriage of Bernard). See also the given name Bernard (Barnard) in Coleshill, Berks and Soulbury, Bucks


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