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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 created and inherited by HM Treasury (T)
T 1 Treasury: Papers
T 1/368/47 Petition of John COMBS for the vacancy of noon-tender at the port of London. Underwritten: Recommendation by W. HAMMOND. Note that the place has been filled. 1756 July 27

T 1/11375 London County Local Pension Committee. F.G. BARNES, J. COOMBES, C. JOANS, old age pension claimants: extra-statutory grants due to delays in investigating claims. 1912

T 1/11377 War Office. Payment of compensation to R. COMBE, Farnham, for injury to his estates due to fire accidentally caused by troops in Aldershot Command. 1912

T 1/11744 Colonial Office. T. COOMBS, inspector of police, Uganda: superannuation. 1915

T 1/12227 Admiralty. Award of compensation in respect of the S. S. COMBE, lost in 1915 while in the service of the Russian Government. 1918

T 1/12512 Lord Chancellor's Office. Estate of --COMBE, decd.: disbursement from capital sum by the Public Trustee Office in order to pay the passage to Canada of the dependants. 1920

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