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1273 Henry de la CUMBE, co. Somerset, 1273 Hundred Rolls.
(Dictionary of English & Welsh Surnames with Special American Instances, by Charles Wareing Bardsley, 1901)


1327-8 John in le COUMBE, co. Somerset, 1 Edw. III: Kirby's Quest for Somerset in which is contained the Exchequer Lay Subsidy for 1 Edw. III (Somerset Record Society 1889) by Dickenson, p 79 (Dictionary of English & Welsh Surnames with Special American Instances, by Charles Wareing Bardsley, 1901)


Index of Somerset Baptisms, 1726 - 1811 [Parishes not included]

09 Aug 1767 Charles Coomes CLOGG, son of John/Ann
06 May 1811 John COOMBES, s Thomas/Sarah

(Somerset Archive and Records Services)


Thursday, January 22, 1874. Farmville Mercury, and official advertiser for Prince Edward, Cumberland, Buckingham, Appomattox and neighboring counties (Virginia Newspaper). “Married-Recently at Chase City, by Rev. Thomas DREW, J. W. HEDDITCH, of Buckingham County [Virginia, USA], to Miss Lila COOMBS, of Somersetshire, England.” (p. 2, c. 4)

(Extracted from the Bernard J. Henley papers, Henley Marriage & Obituary Database: Catalog Card, Available on microfilm (Library of Virginia Film 36), VSLA, Citation)


Bishport? (see Bedminster)


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