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Charmouth, a parish in the hundred of [not yet extracted]

1758 25 cont. 1. John COFFIN sen. of Minehead, merchant devisee of Walter COFFIN of Selworthy gent. 2. Catherine wife of John COFFIN sen. and John his son, of Somerton gent. 3. Thos. ROOKE of Somerton gent. and his dau. Catherina. 4. Rev. John PAINE of Wells, Thos HUGHES of Wells, gent., Ben. COFFIN of Allerford, gent. and Wm. WITHYCOMBE of Carhampton, gent. Marriage settlement of John COFFIN the ygr and Catherina ROOKE inc. Haseworthy farm, Treborough, 19 & 20 Jun. 1758. (2 docs) (Somerset Records Office, Index to Archives, Accession: C/648 Class ref: DD/FS)

1793 No. 22 cont. 1. Catherine COOMBE of Charmouth, Dorset, widow and Mary COFFIN, daus. of John COFFIN, dec'd. 2. John POTTER of Withiel, yeoman. 21-year lease of Hazery farm (81a.) in Treborough, endorsed with particulars of the estate. Enclosed: note denying certain common rights, 20 Mar. 1793. Rent 36. (2 docs) (ibid.)

24 & 25 Mar 1805 (1805) 1. Catherine COOMBE widow and Mary COFFIN of Charmouth, Dors. sisters and coheirs of John COFFIN of Somerton dec'd. 2. Sir John LETHBRIDGE of Sandhill Park, Bt. Lease and release of Hassary farm, Treborough. Enclosed undertaking to procure assignment of a term to Lethbridge's trustee (ibid.)

See Street and Butleigh, Somersetshire. Thomas ROOK'S daughter, Anna, married Thomas COMBE the younger of Holwell, Somersetshire.

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