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Halberton, a parish in the east division, Hundred of Halberton, is less than two miles southwest of Uplowman and less than 3 miles northwest of Willand.

8 May 1631 Halberton, Devonshire, EN. Christened: Margret COOMBE, d/o Francis (IGI Entry, Ba: P001751, +, So: 942.3 B4DC 1930-3, Pr: 1145581, film not read) Note: Two other entries, apparently not parish extracts, list mother as Mary WARREN

20 Oct 1633 Halberton, Devonshire, EN. Christened: Robert COOMBE, s/o Francis COOMBE (IGI Entry, Ba: P001751, +, So: 942.3 B4DC 1930-3, Pr: 1145581, film not read) Note: Two other entries, apparently not parish extracts, list mother as Mary WARREN

21 Feb 1636 Halberton, Devonshire, EN. Christened: Mary COOMBE, d/o Francis & Mary COOMBE. (IGI Entry, Ba: P001751, +, So: 942.3 B4DC 1930-3, Pr: 1145581, film not read) Note: Another entry, apparently not a parish extract, lists this as date of birth, and mother as Mary WARREN

15 Jul 1638 Halberton, Devonshire, EN. Christened: Thomasen COMBE, d/o Francis & Mary COMBE (IGI Entry, Ba: P001751, +, So: 942.3 B4DC 1930-3, Pr: 1145581, film not read)

14 Mar 1641 Halberton, Devonshire, EN. Christened: Francis COMBE, s/o Francis COMBE (IGI Entry, Ba: P001751, +, So: 942.3 B4DC 1930-3, Pr: 1145581, film not read)

10 Jun 1644 Halberton, Devonshire, EN. Christened: Johan_ COOMBE, d/o Francis & Mary COOMBE. (IGI Entry, Ba: P001751, +, So: 942.3 B4DC 1930-3, Pr: 1145581, film not read).

13 Jan 1664 Halberton, Devonshire, EN. Married: Sender COMBE (F) & Johan BLACKMORE. (IGI Entry, F#: 170780, @, P#: 2816, O#: 67305, film not read)

1871 No. 104/2 Creech St Michael, etc. Lease for 30 years by George COOMBE of Halburton, Devon and George COOMBE of Charlton in Creech St Michael [Somerset], gents., to Alfred and Jacob SMITH of North Petherton, basket weavers, of a withy bed in West Moor near Ham Mills, North Curry, 1871. (1780-1874 Misc. deeds relating to various properties in Creech St Michael, North Petherton and Durston... , Somerset Records Office, Index to Archives, Accession No:S/2802 Group Code:DDCH)


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