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St. Michael Wood Street,
(1.24 mi. north of city centre), London

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St Michael Wood Street (1.24 mi. due north of city centre)was destroyed in 1666, rebuilt, then demolished in 1897. It was united to St Alban Wood Street in 1894, and to St Vedast Foster Lane in 1954. Parish records are in the Guildhall Library: baptisms 1559-1662/3, marriages 1559-1661 and 1754-1812, banns 1754-1815, burials 1559-1659/60 and 1678-1812. Later baptisms and burials register and marriages 1813-95 register were destroyed in 1940. For marriages from 1903, see St Alban Wood Street. A partial index to baptisms and marriages 1559-1811 is in the IGI.
2 Dec 1601 St. Michael Wood Street. Christened: Thomas DECOMS, s/o Marke DECOMS (FamilySearch.Org, IGI, #0374511, Parish registers, 1559-1815 Church of England. St. Michael Wood Street Church (London) - Source not yet viewed)
The above entered here due to possibility the surname may have been De Combes

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