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St Martin Pomeroy (Ironmonger, Iremonger)
(1.24 mi. north of city centre) London

Note: The primary sources for information given in regard to parish records are GenDoc's Victorian City of London Churches (Church of England a.k.a. Anglican) and FamilySearch.Org
St Martin Pomeroy (Ireonmonger, Iremonger) (1.24 north of city centre) was destroyed in 1666 and not rebuilt, but instead united to St Olave Old Jewry in 1670 and to St Margaret Lothbury in 1886. Parish records are in the Guild Library: baptisms 1539-1885, marriages 1539-1647, burials 1539-1847. For baptisms from circa 1886, see St Margaret Lothbury. For marriages from circa 1670 and banns from 1771, see St Olave Old Jewry. A partial index to baptisms and marriages 1539-1874 is in the IGI. No Combs are in this index... unless the following is COMBE, not CAME:
22 Nov 1610 St Martin Pomeroy, London. Married: John CAMBE and Frannces PAWLE (FamilySearch.Org, IGI #0374481, Parish registers, 1539-1885 Church of England. St. Martin Pomeroy's Church (London) Film #6903723, source not yet viewed)


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