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

Source: Extractions from Public Records Office (PRO) Catalogue, Records created or inherited by the Home Office, Ministry of Home Security, and related bodies (HO)
HO 44 Home Office: Domestic Correspondence from 1773 to 1860
HO 44/1 Dr Thomas COMBES, wishing to be appointed king's chaplain. Also offers suggestions for dealing with the poor 1820 Mar 4
HO 45 Home Office: Registered Papers
HO 45/9806/B6263 PETITION OF RIGHT: Cases under Petition of Right Act, 1860: COMBE and Co. Ltd. For repayment of part of fees charged for registration of Co. Refused. 1889

Note: See Nigel Victor COMBE (post AINSWORTH) of Cambridge University.

HO 144 Home Office: Registered Papers, Supplementary
HO 144/937/A58923 Criminal - List of Criminal Cases, Including Extradition Cases: COOMBES, Richard Court: C.C.C. Offence: Manslaughter Sentence: Life 19.10.1896

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