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22 Jun 1377 - 17 Nov 1558 [At some time between these dates] C 1/1394/31-35. Court of Chancery: Six Clerks Office: Early Proceedings, Richard II to Philip and Mary. John WHATELEY (Wheatley, Whatley), vicar of Crowle, v. John COMBES, gentleman.: Tithe hay and corn and profits of the Easter book of complainant's vicarage, defendant being patron and entitled to a pension therefrom.: WORCESTER. (Combs &c. Extractions from the PRO Catalogue, C -1 Series - record not yet acquired)
1537. Stratford-on-Avon, Warwickshire. John COMBE (s/o John COMBE of Ashley, Crowle, Worcestershire) leased Clifford Manor for 60 years at a reserved rent L9 10s from John GREVILLE (who succeeded William CLOPTON). (2)
1550 John COMBES died 1550 at Crowle, Worcestershire (Hazel M. Kendall manuscript (her sources not given)
(1) parishinfo.mdb by Terry Lawson, Gerry Lawson and Derek Boys.
(2) 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.
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