Combs & Research - Proud Patron of USGenNet Combs &c. Families
of Mamble, Worcester, England

You are Our   4286th   Visitor Since 17 Jan 2001
Last updated   Friday, 25-Mar-2005 01:41:25 CST
Please Email Additions and/or Corrections to Webmaster

Mamble, a parish in the lower division of the hundred of Doddingtree, county of Worcester, 6 miles west southwest of Bewdley... with... Bayton, in the archdeaconry of Salop, and diocese of Hereford... Sodington, the ancient seat of the BLOUNTS, was destroyed by fire in the great civil war, by some troops of the parliament. What remained of it was taken down in 1807, when several curious Roman relics were discovered beneath the foundations, whence it seems probable that it was anciently the site of a Roman fort.

Notes: In addition to the above-noted Blounts and Blount-Lovett families, also note the marriage of William CLIFTON, Costumer of London and Elizabeth BLOUNT of Sodbury whose daughter, Jane m (1) COPLESTON; and (2) Sir William FLEETWOOD of Cranford, Middlesex ( Archdale-Clifton-Fleetwood Family, if any, unknown)

Return to Combs &c. of Worcester
Return to Combs &c. of England

Join Combs &c. in Support of USGenNet
— an IRS-approved nonprofit web-hosting service —

Combs &c. Research FamiliesCombs Research Group Proud Patron of USGenNetJoin USGenNet

This site is hosted by USGenNet, a nonprofit web-hosting service solely supported by tax-deductible donations. If this website has provided you with useful information, please consider making a donation to USGenNet to help keep sites like this online.

NOTICE: The Combs-Coombs &c. Research Group is a nonprofit public benefit corporation and complies fully with USGenNet's Conditions of Use. This Combs &c. Research Report has been provided for the free use of those engaged in non-commercial genealogical research by the nonprofit Combs Research Group. Any and all commercial use is strictly prohibited. Researchers are encouraged to copy and distribute this work freely, but with the proviso that it may only be copied and circulated in its entirety -- including this notice, and all sources, bibliographies and credits; and excepting electronically in which case permission is freely granted to link to this site instead. Sincerely, The Combs &c Research Group, Email: Webmaster.

© 1996-2010 Combs-Coombs &c. Research Group