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St Bartholomew the Great
(0.87 northeast of city centre), London
St Bartholomew The Great (Smithfield, Little Britain) (1.24 mi. north of city centre) was first established as a priory in 1123. Parish records are in the Guildhall Library; baptisms 1616-1926, marriages 1616-1934, banns 1754-1969, burials 1616-1853. Later baptisms and marriages register is held by the incumbent. A partial index to baptisms and marriages 1616-1885 is in the IGI.
Extracted from the IGI, #0374432, Pr: 082057, source not yet viewed):26 Oct 1686 St Bartholomew the Great, London. Christened: James COMES, s/o John and Ann COMES
13 Nov 1687 St Bartholomew the Great, London. Christened: William COMES, s/o John and Ann COMES
18 Dec 1690 St Bartholomew the Great, London. Christened: Ann COMES, d/o John COMES
23 Sep 1692 St Bartholomew the Great, London. Christened: Thomas COMBES, s/o John and Anne COMBES
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