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Among the later Combs recorded in Sussex, England was the family of Henry COMBS & Sarah IDE whose descendants later removed to New Zealand.
1851 Census, Sussex EN
(Transcribed by EN>NZ Combs-Ide Researcher Keith Marshall)
18 Franklyn Place, St. Pauls, Chichester:
Henry [Combs] 48 Journeyman (head of household)
Sarah 45 (wife)
George 22 Currier/Journeyman
Emily 20 Dressmaker
Charles Hy. 18 Toolmaker Apprentice (later soldier, came to N.Z.)
Mary 14 Scholar
Henry 13 "
Emma 11 "
Sarah 9 "
James 7 "
William 5 " (came to N.Z. as a draper, my g.grandfather)
KM Notes: Mary was the first child born in Chichester, previously they had been living in Emsworth, Hampshire (only a few miles away) There were some other Combs at 169 Orchard Tce., Chichester; two families, cousins I guess, as two are draper's assistants (and Willis became a draper).
169 Orchard Tce, Chichester:
William H. COMBS head - 25 - Draper's Assistant Hants Bornsy?
Mary A. COMBS wife _ _ 21 _ -
Ann COMBES head - - 28 Draper's Assistant Oxford L Tetsford
Thomas COMBES son - 3 - - -
Ann E. COMBES dau - - 1 - -
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