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Nuneham Courtenay Parish, hundred of Bullington, 5 miles southeast of Oxford, less than two miles from Sandford on Thames, Oxfordshire, abt 2-1/4 mi. from Littlemore (see Cuddesdon); less than four mi. from Cuddesdon, Oxfordshire, less than four mi. from Abingdon, Berks.

1633 d John COMBE, jun., Newnham Courtney, Oxford M.354

(Extracted by Combs Researchers Joe Kendalll and Denise Mortorff from The Index Library Index to Wills Proved and Administrations Granted In the Court of the Archdeacon of Berks 1508-1652, ed. by W.P.W. Phillimore. London. British Record Society Limited. 1893, p. 42)

08 Aug 1636 William COME als COMBE, Nuneham Courtney, Oxon. Administration to Eliz. COME als COMBE, relict, p.12; (Sent pro val. nunc. test. et pro revoc. adm. bon. 17 May 1640,63 Coventry: Adm./W. 1 Feb. 1641, 18 Evelyn).

(Extracted by Combs Researcher Joe Kendalll from The Index Library -- Index to Administrations in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury and Now Preserved in the Public Record Office, Chancery Lane Vol. VI, 1631-1648. ed. Marc Fitch. London: The British Record Society. 1986, p. 95)

09 Dec 1646 John COMBE. Nuneham Courtney. Oxon. Administration to Walter COMBE, bro. & Margt. HOLLWAY, sis. 9 Dec. 1646. p.156.

(Extracted by Combs Researcher Joe Kendalll from The Index Library -- Index to Administrations in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury and Now Preserved in the Public Record Office, Chancery Lane Vol. VI, 1631-1648. ed. Marc Fitch. London: The British Record Society. 1986, p. 95)

Notes: The identity of Margaret COMBS(?) Hollway's husband is not known; however, note that Abraham ARCHDALE'S 1631 Wheatley, Oxfordshire will names "Charles HOLLOWAYE of the Inner Temple London Esquier." Also note that a Walter COMBS, s/o Thomas, deceased, was admitted to the Inner Temple in 1681. See also Walter COMBS of Colonial New York and Maryland.


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