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All Hallows Bread Street,
(1.24 mi. north of city center) London
Allhallows Bread Street (1.24 mi. north of city centre) was destroyed by the Great Fire in 1666, rebuilt, then demolished in 1876. St John The Evangelist Friday Street was united to Allhallows Bread Street in 1670.* Both were then united to St Mary le Bow in 1876. Allhallows parish records are in the Guildhall Library: baptisms 1538-1892, marriages 1538-1876, marriage licenses 1840-66, burials 1538-1851. For later baptisms and marriages see St Mary le Bow retained by incumbent. A partial index to baptisms for 1538-1875 is in the IGI.
*St John The Evangelist Friday Street (1.24 mi. north of city centre) was destroyed in the Great Fire of 1666 and not rebuilt. Parish records are in the Guildhall Library: baptisms 1653-1821, marriages 1653-66, burials 1653-1822. For later registers, see Allhallows Bread Street. A partial index to baptisms 1653-1821 on IGI. No Combs are in this index.29 Dec 1586 All Hallows Bread Street, London. Married: Thomas WALLER and Dorothy GERRARD (FamilySearch.Org)Thomas and Dorothy "are said" to have been the same who were of Gregories, Beaconsfield, Bucks, and the parents of Henry WALLER who married Jane SAYERS (see below)
Extracted From IGI (Ref. Ba: P015481, So: 094511, Pr: 1235439, film not read):10 Mar 1619 Christened: Richard COMBE (or COMBES or COOMBE), s/o R COMBE (or COMBES or COOMBE)Note that John UNDERWOOD may not have resided in All Hallows Bread Street, but in St. Mildred Bread Street, etc. No parish records for children, etc. located yet.
21 Sep 1623 Christened: John COMBE, s/o Richard COMBE
13 Jul 1630 Tottenham, Middlesex. John UNDERWOOD, Merchant Tailor of Breadstreet, London & Frances LEIGH, d/o Francis, Haberdasher of London.31 Oct 1630 Allhallows Bread Street, London, England. Christened: Mary WALLER d/o Henry and Jane WALLER (FamilySearch.Org, IGI #0094511, Parish printout of Allhallows Bread Street, London, London, England, christenings, 1538-1875)Possibly Henry and Jane SAYERS Waller of Beaconsfield, Bucks (d/o Ady and Sarah ARCHDALE Sare) who married 4 Apr 1627, St. Benet Paul's Wharf, London. Two children, jane and Dorothy, were christened in Beaconsfield in 1633 and 1634.
20 Apr 1632 Allhallows Bread Street, London. Christened: Ann WALLER, d/o Henry (FamilySearch.Org, IGI #0094511, Parish printout of Allhallows Bread Street, London, London, England, christenings, 1538-1875)
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