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Crown Estate Records
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, Crown Estate Records (Category= CRES)
CRES 2 = Office of Woods, Forests and Land Revenues and predecessors: Unfiled Correspondence and PapersCRES 2/378 East COMBE Farm 1783-1834CRES 35 = The Crown Estate Commissioners and predecessors: Registered Files on Estates Remaining in Crown Possession after 1940
CRES 2/1265 Southwark: petition of Sir R Bidlake COMBE for a building lease of ground in Suffolk Place, alleged to have escheated to the crown 1771
CRES 2/1641 East Greenwich: Eastcomb(East COMBE) Farm: petitions for leases, etc 1661; 1739-1782CRES 35/1145 Smallholding of J COOMBES. 1928-1948CRES 38 = The Crown Estate Commissioners and predecessors: Title Deeds etc of Properties Acquired, and Sold or Leased, by the CrownCRES 38/1495 W. COMBES and others Crown 1829, Dec. 17 Chandos Street No.11 and Round Court Nos. 5-8: assignment 1777 (copy)- 1829
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