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Patney, a parish in the county of Wilts, about 4-1/2 miles southeast of Bishops Canning; and 4-1/2 miles northeast of Market Lavington.

03 Dec 1610 - 16 May 1620 (SOAME, FOL. 50; 588; pg 195-196) John NASHE of Patney, co. Wilts., yeom. (Dat. 3 Dec. 1610) Nichs. HICKS (und. 16); moth., Jane NASHE; aunt Alice DYSMER; uncles Nichs. NASH and John PYPER; Margt. PIPER; Wm. PHILLIPS; Osemonde WHEATEBREAD; Millissent NASHE, her son, Wm.; wid. COOME and her chn; 3 chn. (und. age) of sist. Eliz. STRTCH (sic.), their fath.; sheep at Alton; Extx: wife Eliz.; my unbo. ch.; Overs: frds. and neighbours, Mr. Geffrey BYGGE, clk, and Bryan HEYWARD. [no sig.] Wits: Geffrey BYGGE, clk., Thomas HUMFREY, Robert HEYWARD, Willyam PHILLIPS. (Pr. 16 May 1620) (Extracted by Combs Researcher Vince Griffin from Abstracts of Wills in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury at Somerset House, London, England; Register SOAME 1620 by J. Henry Lea, 1904)

Notes: See Also (1) Combs-Hicks of Great Farringdon, Berkshire; (2) Combs-Nash of Warwickshire; (3) Combs-Hayward of Crowston, Bishopston; and 1607 Warminster, Wilts marriage of Joan NASH to Roger COUME.

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