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Salisbury, a parish in the county of Wilts, about 5 miles southwest of Idmiston.
1332 Wiltshire Tax lists. Stephen de COUMBE - under-assessor for Salisbury (Extracted by Combs &c. Researcher David Vidler from "The Wiltshire Tax List of 1332," edited by D A Crowley; 1989, Wiltshire Record Society, publication 45, Salisbury Library)

01 Oct 1674 Idmiston Marriage Records, 1577-1812. Robert BARTUR, of Porton, & Dorothy COOMES, p. St. Edmund, Sarum (Extracted from "Wiltshire Parish Records Typed Transcription" ed. by W. P. W. Phillimore and John Sadler, 1909, FHC Film #0496694, by Combs Researcher Denise Mortorff)
See also the parish of Market Lavington where there is also reference to the parish of St. Edmund, Sarum.
18 Dec 1718 Prerogative Court of Canterbury: Filed Engrossed Eighteenth Century Inventories and Associated Documents. PROB 3/17/121. Thomas COMBES of the city of Salisbury, co. Wilts. esq. John COMBES, exor. (Combs &c. Extractions from the PRO Catalogue)

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