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of Plympton St. Mary, Devonshire, England
Plympton Saint Mary, a parish in the hundred of Plympton, county of Devon, 1 mile west northwest of Earl's Plympton. Less than three miles southeast of Brixton... has no village of its own name, but includes those of Ridgway, Underwood and Colebrook, and the hamlets of Hemerdon, Sparkwell, Venton, and part of Lee Mill Bridge...
Plympton St. Mary Parish Records (Extracted from FamilySearch.Org, #0916928, "Parish register transcripts, 1603-1728 Church of England. Parish Church of Plympton-St. Mary" - source not yet viewed)
7 Apr 1605 Christened: Joan COMBES, d/o John COMBES
19 Jun 1608 Christened: Honor COMBES, d/o John COMBES
The given name, Honor, is also found in St. Mary Major, Exeter, Devon (the 1561 christening of Honour COMES, daughter of George) and Plymouth, Devon (the Nov 1608 christening of Honor COMBE, daughter of Martin)
28 May 1609 Married: Joan COM and Richard JORRY [Search Words: JORY]
8 Jul 1610 Married: Rodygun COOME and Steven COLLEN [Search Words: Redigan and COLLINS]
9 Jul 1613 Married: Mary CUME and Emanuel SNELLING
19 Jul 1641 Married: Thomas COMS
5 Jan 1653 Married: John COMBE and Jone WITHERIDGE [Search Words: Joan WITHRIDGE]
16 Aug 1672 Christened: Susanna TILEY, d/o William and Elizabeth TILEY
19 Jan 1677 Christened: Margaret TILEY, d/o Richard and Joan TILEY
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