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22 Jun, 23 Edward III . Richard de COMBE or de COMBES of Sussex died, leaving daughter, Joan, aged 17 or more, following which an inquisition was conducted at Bembre (Bramber) on 1 May 24 Edward III  which listed among his holdings, "Hoo in the parish of Launcyngg. Tenements (unspecified) held of the Sir John de MOUBRAY by service of an eighth part of a knight's fee and by rendering 5d. yearly." Rchard's other holdings included the manor of Applesham in Coombes, which Richard had inherited from Nigel de COMBE.
Note: There are IGI entries for this parish that have not yet been extracted.
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