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Shaftsbury is four miles north northeast of East Orchard Shaftsbury was home of Mary FOYLE, wife of Edward COMBE, of Norton Ferrers Manor, Netherhampton and Tisbury, Wiltshire. and Stock Gaylard, home of Barnaby LEWIS whose sister, Ann, married Edward COMBS: (neither the marriage record nor Stock Gaylard have been located as yet). As of 1998, there were no IGI parish extracts for this parish.

1623 Visitations of Somersetshire

Includes the marriage of Alice LEWIS, sister of Barnaby LEWIS of Stock Gaylard, Dorset, to Edward COMBE of Tisbury, Wiltshire.

According to Burke's, another Edward COMBE, of Norton Ferrers Manor, and Netherhampton, Wiltshire, b ca 1604, and grandson of the above Edward COMBE, m. 1st, 3 Jan. 1627-8, Mary, eldest dau. of John FOYLE, of Shaftesbury, Dorset, and Kimpton Manor, Hauts [Hants?]. (See Visitations)

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