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* Wasperton, is a parish in the Warwick division of Kingston Hundred, Warwickshire, abt 4 mi. from Stratford. (A Topographical Dictionary of England, Samuel Lewis, S. Lewis and Company, London, 1831, Vol. IV, p. 406 (excerpted)). See also below.
The 1619 Visitation of Warwickshire, Combe Family, includes "Edwardus COMBE de Wasperto'," son of John COMBE of Stratford (and daughter of BLOUNT of Worcester); husband of Anna HALES (daughter of "Stephi [Stephen] HALES de Newland in Com. Ciutatis Courntriae [Coventry]"); and father of Jocosa [Joyce], wife of Francisco [Francis] CORNWALL "de Berferd [Burford] in Com' Salop" [Shropshire]; and Anna, wife of "Rob'tus DECONS" [Robert DEACONS] of Wasperton. Edward's two daughters are listed as his daughters and co-heirs.
Edward married Anna HALES 26 Dec 1570 in Coventry, and despite the reference to Wasperton, the only records located for Edward thus far indicate he resided in Barford.
188 Eliz. [sic - 18? (ca 1586?)] Exchequer: King's Remembrancer: Ancient Deeds, Series D [1120-1609]. E 210/9716. Admission of Edward COMB', gentleman, Anne his wife, and Geoge [George] his brother, to copyhold land within the manor of Barford. (Warw.) (Combs &c. Extractions from the PRO Catalogue, Series E - record not yet acquired)This will still needed. The following records for an Edward COMBE are undoubtedly this Edward, but who was Elizabeth?
1588 Edward COMBE inherited entailed property from his father, including "the capital messuage of Ruin Clifford [in Stratford] and a watermill there in 1588... Edward COMBE of Barford (d.1597), entailed the property on his brother Thomas, who died in 1609; and from him it passed to his son William, who died in 1667." (Excerpted by Combs Researchers Denise Mortorff and Joe Kendalll from Salzman, L.F. ed., THE VICTORIA HISTORY OF THE COUNTY OF WARWICK. London. V.3. pub. by A. Constable. 1904, p. 264.)
42 Elizabeth.  Chancery: Inquisitions Post Mortem, Series II, and other Inquisitions, Henry VII to Charles I [1485-1649]. C 142/259/43. COMBE, Edward: Warwick. (Combs &c. Extractions from the PRO Catalogue, Series C 142-3 - record not yet acquired)
42 Eliz I . Court of Wards and Liveries: Inquisitions Post Mortem. WARD 7/24/177. COMBE, Edward: Warwick (Combs &c. Extractions from the PRO Catalogue, Series WARD - record not yet acquired)
42 Elizabeth.  Chancery: Inquisitions Post Mortem, Series II, and other Inquisitions, Henry VII to Charles I [1485-1649]. C 142/261/30. COMBE, Elizabeth: Warwick. (Combs &c. Extractions from the PRO Catalogue, Series C 142-3 - record not yet acquired)
42 Eliz I  Court of Wards and Liveries: Inquisitions Post Mortem. WARD 7/24/178. COMBE, Elizabeth: Warwick (Combs &c. Extractions from the PRO Catalogue, Series WARD - record not yet acquired)
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