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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ST. AUBYN, John (aft.1376-1418), of Combe Raleigh, Devon.

    Combe Raleigh and ‘Uppetons Prudhomme’ in Devon, and eight manors in Cornwall. The Cornish estates were settled on John and his wife and heirs in 1412, his father-in-law, Sir Robert Chalons, assisting in the transaction. Alston Sutton and Combe Raleigh

    RYDER, William (d.1432/3), of Totnes, Devon.

    perhaps borne out by his circle of acquaintance. In 1407 he had acted as proxy for the rector of Combe Raleigh on the occasion of his presentation to the benefice by Sir Thomas Pomeroy*, and in 1420 and 1431 he

    POMEROY, Sir Thomas (d.1426), of Combe Raleigh, Devon.

    (d.1426), of Combe Raleigh, Devon. Constituency Dates Devon Jan. 1404 Devon 1406 Devon 1410 Devon May 1413 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Devon 24 Nov. 1400-8 Nov. 1401, 29 Nov. 1410-10 Dec. 1411, 6 Nov. 1413-19 May 1414, Som. and Dorset 22

    BODRUGAN, Sir William (c.1398-1441), of Newham by Truro, Cornw.

    that year he purchased for 200 marks the marriages of the two daughters of John St. Aubyn* esquire, of Combe Raleigh, Devon; a few months later he was granted custody of one of the St. Aubyn properties in Cornwall; and

    PORTMAN, Walter (d.c.1454), of Taunton, Som.

    and his co-feoffees obtained a licence to found a chantry in Nettlecombe church and to amortize the manor of Combe Raleigh for the provision of religious services for the testator's soul. Portman was, therefore, moving in the circles of the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Romestin, M.A., Vicar of Stony Stratford, Bucks-patron, the Bishop of Oxford. Rev. W. Downes, curate of Rentisbeare: Rector of Combe Raleigh, Devon-patron, liajor-General Drewe. Rev. E. N. Dumbleton, M.A., Rector of bt. Jnmes's, Exeter; prebenulary of Exeter Cathedral-patron, the Bishop. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Inn, Halstead, Essex, to Miss Pamplin, of Sepulchre-street, Sudbury. On Thursday last, the Rev. Charles Edw. Band, Rector of Combe Raleigh, Devonshire, eldest son of E. Wright Band, Esq . of Wookey Home, Somerset, to Harriott Louisa, fourth daughter of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    late Mr. J. Church- yard .Bonner, formerly of Brandiston, arid late of Ipswich. DIED. On the 29th ult., at Combe Raleigh Rectory, Devon- shire, aged -5, Harriott Louisa, wife ofthe Rev. Chas. Edw. Band, and fourth daughter of the late Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lieut.-Col. Gandy, of the Heaves, Westmoreland, to Harriet Louisa Emily, daughter of the Rev. C. E. Band, Rector of Combe Raleigh, and Sheldon, Devon, and of Wookey-house, Weles, Sometsetshire. DIED. On the 25th of May last, at sea, from a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    considerable excitement, the cause being the marriagjeof Miss Rand, the daughter of the Rev. Charles Edward Band, rector of [Combe Raleigh, and Sheldon, Devon, and Wookey House, Somerset, to Lieut. F. L. Brandreth, eldest son of Lieut. -Col. Gandy, of Subscribers-only content

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