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Cullompton, a parish in the southern division, Hundred of Coleridge, is less than 2 miles southwest of Willand; 2-1/2 miles southwest of Kentisbeare and 3 miles northeast of Bradninch. It includes the hamlets of Langford, Mutterton, Ponsford, Weaver, Colebrooke, and East Butterleigh...

17 Jul 1617 Cullompton, Devon, England. Married: Thomas COOMBE and Emlin HAKE (FamilySearch.Org) [NIGI 1998]

1 Aug 1618 Cullompton, Devonshire. Christened: Johan COOMBE, d/o Thomas COOMBE and Emlyin HAKE. (IGI Entry, F#: 457841; and IGI Entry, F#: 446286, @, P#: 0246, O#: 62247; film not read)

Note: The next IGI entries for this parish (from 1998 extractions) are not until 1667 with 17th century given names Thomas, John, Wilmoth. Also note that it is possible that the second entry above is not a parish extracts given the additional data (normally the parish does not list maiden name).


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