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Beckington, Somerset, England
July 19, 1739 Pennsylvania Gazette. BUCKS PENNSYLVANIA. WOMEN. THIS is to inform one Mr. COMBS, eldest Son of Elizabeth COMBS, which said Elizabeth was Born in Beckington in Somersetshire, whose Father was formerly a Wine Cooper in Bristol; That by applying to Mr. Isaac JONES, living opposite to the George Inn in Arch Street, he may hear of something considerably to his Advantage. Note, 'Tis suppos'd the said COMBS lives somewhere in Bucks County. (Extracted by COMBS Researcher Matt COMBS from the "Pennsylvania Gazette, 1728 - 1783, Philadelphia Pennsylvania," CD-ROM Produced by Accessible Ancestry, Inc.)
1739 Bucks Co, PA. Minute Book 0. Joseph COOMBE, now going to England to receive an Estate, fallen to him, desires the Prop'rs forbearance till he returns for his wife and children to continue of the land. (Extracted by COMBS Researcher Dale Larson from Enge ed; PA Archives, 2nd Series, vol19,1893, p.764, minute book0.)
1740 Bucks Co, PA. COOMBE. Indenture of lease, &c, 1740 Joseph COOMBE of Plumstead, Bucks Co. PA, cordwainer, and Sarah his wife. Said Joseph eldest son of Elizabeth COMBE, who was the daughter of John HILL and Elizabeth his wife of Paulton, Somerset. (Schedule of deeds relating to Paulton, Somerset, 1678-1780,penes,G.F.T.S.) (from Americans in English Records, publ not known, Coombe-Hill
Note: PA 1740,AMPR ,v1.no. 11 Feb. 1906 from Persi)
Ed Note: Not found in IGI (which is, however, incomplete)
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