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Records of Justices of Assize, Gaol Delivery, Oyer and Terminer, and Nisi Prius; Central Criminal Court; and Records of the King's Bench, Fleet, and Marshalsea prisons
Combs &c. Entries Extracted from the PRO Catalogue, London

See English Regnal Years for the years Kings and Queens reigned.

Source: Extractions from Public Records Office (PRO) Catalogue, Records of Justices of Assize, Gaol Delivery, Oyer and Terminer, and Nisi Prius (ASSI); Records of the Central Criminal Court (CRIM); and Records of the King's Bench, Fleet, and Marshalsea prisons (PRIS)
ASSI 13 = Assizes: Midland Circuit: Criminal Depositions and Case Papers
ASSI 13/27 MURDER: COOMBS 1897
ASSI 45 = Assizes: Northern and North-Eastern Circuits: Criminal Depositions and Case Papers
ASSI 45/1/3/9 COOMES, George 1641
ASSI 45/1/3/10 COOMES, George 1641
ASSI 52 = Assizes: Northern Circuit: Criminal Depositions and Case Papers
ASSI 52/3 MURDER: John MCGHIE; Thomas MCDONNELL; John JOHNSON; Emily JONES; Annie WROE alias BARROW (infanticide); John WHELAN; Hugh MUNRO; Dennis MOLLOY; Benjamin HALL; Thomas JOHNSON; Johnston MASON; Robert THORNELEY; John COOMBES; William COOPER; Jane GOODFELLOW 1879
ASSI 72 = Assizes: North and South Wales Circuit, South Wales Division: Criminal Depositions
ASSI 72/52/13 Unlawful Assembly and Intimidation: COOMBES, Elsie M. also Griffiths, David J.; Mills, Rosina D.; Thomas, David J.; Thomas, Llewellyn; Thomas, Rhoda J.; Young, Alexander 1926

ASSI 72/52/22 Unlawful Assembly, Riot and Intimidation: Ballinger, Edward also Ballinger, William Henry; Beasley, James; Beynon, David; Bowen, Josiah; Bushfield, Alfred; Clapworthy, William J.; Collingbourne, Henry; Cooksley, James; COOMBES, William; Davies, Ben; Davie 1926
CRIM = Records of the Central Criminal Court
CRIM 1 = Central Criminal Court: Depositions
CRIM 1/42/9 Defendant: COOMBES, Robert Allen Charge: Murder

CRIM 1/46/1 Defendant: COOMBES, Richard Charge: Murder Session: 1896 Oct

CRIM 1/589 Defendant: COMBE, James William Charge: Abduction Session: 1932 Jan 12
PRIS = Records of the King's Bench, Fleet, and Marshalsea prisons
PRIS 11/19 [Rex] v BROWN and COOMBS: warrants 1817-1821 and order 1827 for discharge of Henry BROWN; [Rex] v TOMLINS: warrant 1824; forms and opening hours for King's Bench, Queen's Prison and Clerk of the Papers' Office 1817-1821; 1824; 1850; 1856-1857; 1859-1861


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