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Records of the Supreme Court of Judicature and related courts
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 the Supreme Court of Judicature and related courts (J)
J 46 = Chancery and Supreme Court of Judicature, High Court of Justice, Chancery Divison: Master Chandler's Papers
J 46/23 BECK v. COOMBES re THORNE 1876 (date of commencement of suit)

J 46/74 COOMBS v. FROST re STONE 1883 (date of commencement of suit)
J 47 = Supreme Court of Judicature: High Court of Justice, Chancery Division: Master Chandler's Drafts
J 47/29 COOMBS v. Frost re Stone 1883 (date of commencement of suit)

J 47/128 Palmer v. COOMBS 1883 (date of commencement of suit)
J 66 = Chancery and Supreme Court of Judicature, High Court of Justice, Chancery Division: Master Hulbert's Pedigrees (served 1905-1931)
J 66/1/9 Name: COMBE(S), Francis Title of suit: Attorney General v Sidney Sussex College 1583
This is probably in reference to the Francis COMBES of Hemel Hempstead, Herts who matriculated at Sidney College in 1600, died s.p. in 1641, his will including a bequest to the College "of Sidney Sussex at Cambridge" (according to Davidson).
J 90 = Supreme Court of Judicature and former Superior Courts: Central Office and predecessors: Documents Exhibited or Deposited in Court
J 90/349 Cause: COOMBE v COOMBE Law papers and correspondence relating to farm property at Meare, SOM., belonging to Alfred COOMBE, with printed particulars of sale. Papers in the Chancery cause, POOCH v COOMBE (1845 P. 31). Deposited by defendants, REEVES and G... 1833-1847

J 90/867 Cause: COOMBES v DENDY (1857 C.56) Copy will of Justice Joseph CONSTABLE of Dorking, SURREY (1822) and deed and papers relating to trusts thereunder for benefit of (i) Hoxton Academy for Protestant Dissenters afterwards New College, London or Highbury C 1811-1852

J 90/1142 Cause: Widdicombe v Widdicombe (1864 W.174) Title deeds of property called Crappings COMBE in Modbury DEVON; probates of wills of Samuel WILLING (1863) and Richard WILLING (1864). Deposited 28 Apr. 1865 by defendants John Widdecombe, Eustace Elliott and 1648-1864
J 121 = Court of Probate and Supreme Court of Judicature, High Court of Justice, Probate, Divorce and Admiralty Division: Principal Probate Registry: Contentious Probate Case Files and Papers
J 121/1124 Testator: BARROW, Samuel Case: HOOKE v. COOMBE 1866

J 121/1139 Testator: COOMBS, John Jerred 1866

J 121/2524 Testator: COOMBS, Sarah 1875

J 121/7065 Testator: MARTIN-DAVEY, Elizabeth CUMBE 1917

J 121/7905 Testator: ROBINSON, John Case: COOMBES v ROBINSON 1931

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