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DACKOMBE

Cheshire and Chester Archives and Local Studies Service: CHOLMONDELEY OF CHOLMONDELEY

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CHOLMONDELEY OF CHOLMONDELEY

Catalogue Ref. DCH

Creator(s):
Cholmondeley family of Cholmondeley, Cheshire


CHOLMONDELEY OF CHOLMONDELEY

   Miscellanea

      FILE - Accounts of William and Nicholas Dackombe, exors of Sir John Dackombe kt, late chancellor or the duchy of Lancaster. - ref.  DCH/X/15/6  - date: 1618-1619

Cornwall Record Office: Prideaux Brune of Place, Padstow [PB/1/1 - PB/3/87]

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Prideaux Brune of Place, Padstow

Catalogue Ref. PB
Creator(s):
Prideaux Brune family of Padstow, Cornwall


DOCUMENTS OF TITLE

Marriage settlements

Hampshire

FILE  [no title] - ref.  PB/1/856  - date: 2 January 1620
\_ [from Scope and Content] Edward Dackombe of Skoles in the Isle of Purbick, esq.
Devon Record Office: Comyns family of Wood, Bishopsteignton

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Comyns family of Wood, Bishopsteignton

Catalogue Ref. 1039 M

Creator(s):
Comyns family of Wood, Bishopsteignton, Devon

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COPY TITLE DEEDS

FILE - Copy Fine, 1609 - ref.  1039 M/T 108  - date: c. 1777
 \_ [from Scope and Content] 1. Dackombe, plaint.
Hampshire Record Office: Jervoise family of Herriard [44M69/L]

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Jervoise family of Herriard

Catalogue Ref. 44M69

Creator(s):
Jervoise family of Herriard, Hampshire

Sherfield Family

 MISCELLANEOUS LETTERS.

FILE - Letter from John Dackombe to Henry Sherfield re. property in Damerham, leased out. 26 March - ref.  44M69/L30/11  - date: 1609

FILE - Letter from John Dackombe to Henry Sherfield. 5 Aug. - ref.  44M69/L30/20  - date: 1610

 FILE - Letter from John Dackombe to Henry Sherfield re. leases of Damerham. 23 Aug. - ref.  44M69/L30/140/2  - date: 1610

FILE - Letter from Henry Sherfield to John Dackombe legal matters. 27 Aug. - ref.  44M69/L30/140/3  - date: 1610
Herefordshire Record Office: Parish Records-Moccas

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Parish Records - Moccas

Catalogue Ref. AC86

Creator(s):
Church of England, Moccas Parish, Herefordshire

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OTHER PAROCHIAL RECORDS

Miscellaneous

FILE  [no title] - ref.  AC. 86/20  - date: 6 January, 1678/9
\_ [from Scope and Content] Letter from Anne Dackombe to Mrs. Vaughan relating to estate business, apparently at Cusop.
Herefordshire Record Office: Records of the Dunne Family of Gatley Park

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Records of the Dunne Family of Gatley Park

Catalogue Ref. F76

Creator(s):
Dunne family of Gatley, Leinthall Earles, Herefordshire

DEEDS OF TITLE

PROPERTY OF SIR SAMPSON EURE IN BRINGEWOOD

FILE  [no title] - ref.  F76/II/350  - date: 10 January 1617
\_ [from Scope and Content] (2) Sir Francis Bacon, Kn., Attorney General, and Chancellor to Prince Charles, Sir John Dackombe, Kn., Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, Thomas Murray, esq., Secretary to Prince Charles, Sir James Fullerton, Kn., one of P. Charles' gentleman of the bedchamber, John Walter esq., attorney general to the Prince, and Thomas Trevor, solicitor, general to the prince.
Oxford University, Bodleian Library, Special Collections and Western Manuscripts: Herrick Family Papers

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HERRICK Family Papers

Catalogue Ref. MS.Eng.hist.b.216 and c.474-484

Creator(s):
Herrick family of Beaumanor, Leicestershire

B. SIR WILLIAM HEYRICKE.

 i. Correspondence.

 ii. Letters from his Brother, Robert Heyricke, and the Mayor and Aldermen of Leicester.

 FILE  [no title] - ref.  MS.Eng.hist./c.475/fol.59  - date: 1614 September 14
  \_ [from Scope and Content] Robert Heyricke writes of the King's recent visit to Leicester when Mr Dackombe had not been there to present the town's case for Newark Hospital, although arrangements had been made for him to stay with Robert Heyricke to do so. Sir Humphrey May and Lord Walden had stayed with him instead. He refers to William's recent visit to Bath and also to the rumour that the Catholic powers in Europe had raised a great army to invade England. He also writes about Beaumanor, the reports of the stewards and the affairs of the tenants.

iii. Letters from Robert Heyricke's children and sons-in-law, mainly from Leicester.
FILE  [no title] - ref.  MS.Eng.hist./c.475/fol.55  - date: [1614] July 19
\_ [from Scope and Content] He writes that, having informed the Earl of Huntingdon what had been done in the suit [for incorporation of the Hospital], he had been promised his support and that of Sir George Hastings who would act as their [the town's] mediator to the Attorney General. He warns him that there would probably be an attempt to influence the King against their cause and that Mr Dackombe's continued services should be requested so that he might answer the case of Sir Roger W......

FILE  [no title] - ref.  MS.Eng.hist./c.475/fol.58  - date: [1614] August 9
\_ [from Scope and Content] He suggests that it would be wise for Sir William Heyricke to be in Leicester during the King's visit because he fears that the case of the Newark Hospital might be neglected by Mr Dackombe. He states that the information about the pensions involved in the case was not quite accurate, the pensioners were in danger of losing them and the Mayor his Mastership of the Hospital if they lost the case. He gives details of the pensions derived, not from the Hospital, but from the dissolution of the Collegiate Church of Newark in Edward VI's time; one of these he held himself.
Reading University, Rural History Centre: Englefield Estate

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Englefield Estate

Catalogue Ref. MS 145/EN 1

Creator(s):
Englefield family of Englefield, Berkshire

TITLE DEEDS AND RELATED PAPERS
Lincolnshire

FILE - Lease for life - ref.  MS 145/EN 1/2/149  - date: [1610] January 11
\_ [from Scope and Content] Anthony BLINCO, Provost, and the Scholars of Oriel College, Oxford to John DACKOMBE of the Middle Temple, London. The rectory and parsonage of Colby. Rent 6: 17: 10 and three quarters of good wheat and ten quarters of good malt per annum

FILE - Letters of attorney - ref.  MS 145/EN 1/2/150  - date: [1610] November 28
\_ [from Scope and Content] John DACKOMBE of the Savoy, co. Middlesex to William GEDNEY of Amaston. To receive from Richard KYPAS, attorney for the Provost and Scholars of Oriel College, Oxford, the rectory and parsonage of Colby
\_ [from Scope and Content] Signed: John Dackombe

FILE - Bond - ref.  MS 145/EN 1/2/152  - date: [1614] June 4
\_ [from Scope and Content] Thomas HARRINGTON of Boothby Pagnell to John DACKOMBE of the Savoy in the Strand, co. Middlesex. For payment of 100; Thomas Harrington at reasonable request during the next five years to meet the cost of any actions in chancery relating to the rectory and parsonage of Colby

Yorkshire
 FILE - Mortgage for 24 years - ref.  MS 145/EN 1/2/293  - date: [1620 March 24 - 1621 March 23]
 \_ [from Scope and Content] Nicholas DACKOMBE of Stowell, co. Somerset to William ASHTON of Tingrith, co. Bedford. Land in Thirsk. Consideration 400
Wiltshire and Swindon Record Office: Penruddocke of Compton Chamberlayne

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PENRUDDOCKE of Compton Chamberlayne

Catalogue Ref. 332

Creator(s):
Penruddocke family of Compton Chamberlayne

Deeds
 Somerset

FILE - Twelve deeds (with others annexed) relating to property (numerous named plots of land) in Clapton in Maperton - ref.  332/225  - date: 1666-1797
 item:  [no title] - ref.  332/225/3  - date: 1723-1731
\_ [from Scope and Content] Parties: Bennett, Brewer, Dackombe, Dibbin, Farwell, Gapper, Harbyn, Newman, Seller, Strode, Way.
item:  [no title] - ref.  332/225/4  - date: 1731-1737
 \_ [from Scope and Content] Parties: Bennett, Borleton, Dackombe, Farewell, Harbyn, Leigh, Newman, St. Loe, Seller, Shepard, Warry, Wyndham.
 item:  [no title] - ref.  332/225/5  - date: 1737-1738
\_ [from Scope and Content] Parties: Atkins, Coombs, Dackombe, Farwell, Goldesbrough, Harbyn, Hodges, Michell, Newman, Parsons, Seller, Sheppard, Warry, Wiltshire.
Somerset Archive and Record Service: Miscellaneous Somerset deeds

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MISCELLANEOUS SOMERSET DEEDS

Catalogue Ref. DD\BR\fc

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FILE - MILBORNE PORT deeds - ref.  DD\BR\fc/33  - date: 1612-1693
   \_ [from Scope and Content] Conveyances from John Dackombe of the Middle Temple, London, esq., 1612, Geo.Dyer the elder, Dorothy his wife, and Geo. and Wm., their sons, of Bratton Seymour, 1621, to Christopher Wickham alias Foster, of Horsington, gent.; conveyance from Thos. Saunders to Sir Thos. Pilkington, Lord Mayor of London, Ambrose Holbeck of Mollington (co.Warwick) and Philip Gardiner of Wapping (co.Middx.), apothecary, 1689; settlements by Christopher Wickham alias Foster, 1632, and Thos. Field, 1674; mortgage of 2 closes to Rich. Newman of Evercreech Park, esq., 1678, and mortgage of whole estate to John Turvin, citizen and haberdasher of London, 1681; abstract of title reciting from 1679-93.
Surrey History Centre: Surrey Quarter Sessions [QS2/7 - QS8/1]

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SURREY QUARTER SESSIONS: RECORDS

Catalogue Ref. QS


NOTICES OF PRINTING PRESSES IN SURREY

FILE - Southwark, St George, 13 Elliott Row (1) Daniel Dackombe. Witness, John Edwards - ref.  QS6/14/54  - date: 1 Aug 1808
Wiltshire and Swindon Record Office: Miscellaneous Estate Papers and Court Rolls

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Miscellaneous Estate Papers and Court Rolls

Catalogue Ref. 367


FILE  [no title] - ref.  367/3  - date: 1596-1825
   \_ [from Scope and Content] Parties: Andrewes, Staples, Mathewe, Studley, Norton, Prynn, Dackombe, Estmond, Castleman, Nicholas, Sturges, Scott, Addison, Duke, Griste, Browne, Giles, Adams, Pinnells, Rattew, Batchelor, Smith, Hickman, Davenant, Lawrence, Francis, Tirrell, Tinham, Townsend, Borrett, Carver, Buxton, Biscoe, Southby, Hebbard, Gilbert, Robbins, Harris, Wyndham, Seymour, Bourgoin.

DACOMBE

Dorset Record Office: Canford Magna Parish

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Canford Magna Parish

Catalogue Ref. PE/CAM

Creator(s):
Church of England, Canford Magna Parish, Dorset

OVERSEERS OF THE POOR

Settlement and Removal Papers

SETTLEMENT CERTIFICATES

FILE  [no title] - ref.  PE/CAM/OV 5/23  - date: 12 Mar 1773
[Access Conditions] PLEASE USE MICROFILM MIC/R/1443
\_ [from Scope and Content] Henry Dacomb, cordwainer
Dorset Record Office: Poole Parish

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Poole Parish

Catalogue Ref. PE/PL

Creator(s):
Church of England, Poole Parish, Dorset

OVERSEERS OF THE POOR

Settlement and Removal Papers

REMOVAL ORDERS FROM POOLE

FILE - Mary Dacomb, widow of John Dacomb to Moor Crichel - ref.  PE/PL/OV 2/4/117  - date: 28 Oct 1779
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London Metropolitan Archives: Shadbolt family

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SHADBOLT FAMILY

Catalogue Ref. ACC/1315

Creator(s):
Shadbolt family

Property in Edmonton

FILE - Mortgage. 1. William Hills of Stratford, Essex, gardener. 2. Thomas Cox, postman, William Dacomb, linendraper, William West, bootmaker, all of Walthamstow, Essex and John King of Wanstead, Essex, builder, trustees of The Walthamstow Woodford Wanstead and Leyton Building Society. - ref.  ACC/1315/003  - date: 1847
Shropshire Archives: The More Collection [1037/8 - 1037/21]

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THE MORE COLLECTION

Catalogue Ref. 1037

Creator(s):
More family of Linley, Shropshire

MORE FAMILY PAPERS

Various other papers

FILE - Inquisition post mortem. - ref.  1037/12/13  - date: 16 January, 4 James 1. 1606/7
\_ [from Scope and Content] Taken at Bridgnorth in the presence of Jasper Moore esq. eschaetor of Shropshire, after death of Richard Gyffard by Frauncis Cresset esq. Francis Former gent., Roger Rowley, gent., Robert Dacomb gent., Wm. Cheest gent., Roger Fathers gent., Henry Futrell, John Whitmore, Richard Rogers, Humfrey Jones, John Howell, Edward Blackwaie, Thomas Croste, Thrastan Swifte, yeo.; that for some time before the death of Richard Gyffard, Edward Graye esq. now decd. was seised of one messuage and in divers lands, meadows, pastures, etc. called offond Grange and La Lea situated in Albrighton and Donnington formerly of Edward Greye, who was so seised, but by indenture 17th May 27 Eliz. between Edward Greye one part, and John Gyffard of Chillington, Staffs. conceded to John Gyffard all above premises; to hold by John Gyffard for 41 years beginning after the death of Jane Powys then wife of John Herbarte of Redd Castle county Montgomery, paying p.a to Edwards Greye 60s in equal portions at Lady Day and Michaelmas, and at his decease the best animal as heriot, and paying suit of court of the manor of Buildwas twice yearly. June 19th, 25 Elizabeth Jane dau. Powys died at Buildwas, and John Gyffard entered premises same day, and reversion of premises to Edward Grey and heirs. Edward Greye died 9 September 34 Eliz. at Buildwas, after which premises descended to Edward Greye his son who was seised in premises, and by indenture 1st Dec. 45 Eliz., licence being first obtained conveyed premises to Richard Gyffard; to hold by Richard Gyffard and his heirs paying 3 yearly in equal portions at Lady Day and Michaelmas to Edward Greye and his heirs for ever; John Gyffard for the remainder of his term made Richard Gyffard his attorney in his premises. The jury swore on oath that Richard Gyffard died 9th April, 4 James 1 and died seised of all above premises and appurtenances, which he held in chief of the crown through Knight service. Signed by Jasper Moore eschaetor. Red seal. Docketed. An inquisition post mortem belonging to Mr. Minton but does not relate to any of his estate. James 1.
West Yorkshire Archive Service, Leeds: Bilton Park

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Bilton Park, Records

Catalogue Ref. WYL132

Creator(s):
Watson family of Bilton Park, Knaresborough, West Riding of Yorkshire

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Title Deeds

Yorkshire, West Riding

Bilton Park: Main Estate

FILE - Assignment of Leases - ref.  WYL132/19  - date: 12 Feb 1631
\_ [from Scope and Content] 3. On 12 January, 1617 the King granted to Sir Francis Bacon, kt., Attourney General, P.C., Chancellor to Prince Charles, Sir John Dacomb kt., Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, Thomas Murray, Sir James Fullerton, Sir John Walter (then esquire) Attourney General to Prince Charles, Sir Thomas Trevor (then esquire) Solicitor General to Prince Charles, the estate of Bilton Park to hold for 99 years. Sir John Walter, Sir James Fullerton and Sir Thomas Trevor, being then the surviving lessees granted the residue of the term to Thomas Tyrell and Francis Andrewes on 27 April, 1627, for a rent of 40.

DACCOMB

Cornwall Record Office: Arundell of Lanherne and Trerice [AR/1/528 - AR/1/1121]

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Arundell of Lanherne and Trerice

Catalogue Ref. AR

Creator(s):
Arundell family of Lanherne and Trerice, Cornwall

TITLE DEEDS

   Somerset

   Allowenshay Manor

    FILE  [no title] - ref.  AR/1/748  - date: 1389, 20th Oct
    \_ [from Scope and Content] Roger Ruttesthorn, Thomas Daccomb, John Berde, John Benefeld, William
    Kyng'.
Isle of Wight Record Office: The Oglander Collection [OG/CC/2167 - OG/CC/2339D]

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The Oglander Collection

Catalogue Ref. OG

Creator(s):
Oglander family of Nunwell, Brading, Isle of Wight

PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE AND PAPERS

FILE - Letter from J. M. J. Dacombe, 27 Holdenhurst Road, Bournemouth to John H. Oglander, Nunwell, Brading, I.W - ref.  OG/CC/2277B  - date: 31 March 1909
      \_ [from Scope and Content] "I thank you very much for your letter. I already knew of William Daccombe, being Vicar of Brading in 1395, but I was very interested to hear of the names Thomas and William D. appearing in Charters relating to your manors. The William D. was probably the same man who was instituted Rector of Steepleton, Dorset on 6 August 1398 - Thomas D. was probably Thomas Daccomb, Knt., Sheriff of Wilts. and Dorset A.D. 1398, Patron of living of Iwerne Steepleton. The earliest record I have of the Daccombs are in connection with the hamlet of Duccombe near Torquay and from thence into Dorsetshire and also the manor of Chilworth near Southampton. They appear to have had a connection with or have been under the De Redvers, Earls of Devon, bearing the same arms (griffin, segreant) and the name cropping up, in most places, with which the De Redvers were connected including the Isle of Wight. Any further information I shall be extremely grateful for."

DACCOMBE

Devon Record Office: Coffinswell Parish

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Coffinswell Parish

Catalogue Ref. 73A

Creator(s):
Church of England, Coffinswell Parsih, Devon

OVERSEERS OF THE POOR

Apprenticeship

Apprenticeship Indentures for Kenton

FILE - James Codner of Coffinswell apprenticed to Christopher Staddon, overseer of the poor, for Meads tenement in Daccombe - ref.  73A/PO 253  - date: 1775

FILE - William Fowler, 10 yrs of Coffinswell apprenticed to George Clampit, for Daccombe Meadow - ref.  73A/PO 299  - date: 1800

Apprenticeship Indentures and Binding Orders

FILE - Register of children bound or assigned by the overseers and guardians of the poor - ref.  73A/PO 349  - date: 1804-1826
\_ [from Scope and Content] Sarah How, daughter of Elias How and Elizabeth his wife John Busell of Coffinswell, miller, for Daccombe Mill 1815
\_ [from Scope and Content] Thomas Bond, 10, son of Luke Bond and Joanna his wife Henry Crockwell of Coffinswell, farmer for Daccombe Meadow 1828
\_ [from Scope and Content] James Clements, 9, son of John Clements and Anna his wife Henry Crockwell of Coffinswell, farmer for Daccombe Meadow 1828
Isle of Wight Record Office: The Oglander Collection [OG/A - OG/Z]

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The Oglander Collection

Catalogue Ref. OG

Creator(s):
Oglander family of Nunwell, Brading, Isle of Wight

TITLE DEEDS

NUNWELL

FILE - Grant - ref.  OG/A/34  - date: 28 December 1348
 \_ [from Scope and Content] Witness: Reginald Doglondre, John Moryn, William Daccombe, Hugh Young, Hugh John

 FILE - Grant and quitclaim - ref.  OG/A/35A  - date: 17 June 1350
\_ [from Scope and Content] Witness: Theobald de Gorges, John de Kyngeston, Knights, William Ryngebourne, John Wyvill, William Daccombe, Geoffrey Roukle, John Moryn, John le Palmere

FILE - Grant - ref.  OG/A/37  - date: 17 May 1358
 \_ [from Scope and Content] Witness: John Wyville, Geoffrey Roucle, John Burgham, John Moryn, William Daccombe, Richard le White, Philip Iwen of Westebrouk.

FILE - Grant - ref.  OG/A/38  - date: 30 December 1361
\_ [from Scope and Content] Witness: John Wyville, John Moryn, William Daccombe, Roger Baker, William Glos.

 HARDINGSHUTE

 FILE - Grant - ref.  OG/B/7  - date: c 1295
\_ [from Scope and Content] Witness: Thomas de Aveliers, John de Wyville, Henry D'Oglondre, Thomas Juel, Thomas Daccombe, Simon d'Aubermare, Peter Dorwal, Benedict la Roche, Henry Mey, William le Somenyr.

 FILE - Grant - ref.  OG/B/10  - date: c 1300
 \_ [from Scope and Content] Witness: William Russell, John de Wyville, Thomas Juel, Henry Doglondre, Thomas Daccombe, Robert Moryn, Thomas le Colevile, Reginald le Hayward, Simon de Aubermere, Peter Doriwall, William le Somenir

FILE - Grant - ref.  OG/B/11  - date: c 1300
 \_ [from Scope and Content] Witness: William Russell, John de Wyville, Henry Doggelandre, Thomas Juel, Thomas Daccombe, Robert Morin, Thomas le Coleville, Reginald le Hayward, Simon de Albemare, Peter Dorewell, William le Somenir

FILE - Grant - ref.  OG/B/12  - date: c 1300
\_ [from Scope and Content] Witness: William Russell, John de Wyville, Henry Doggelondre, Thomas Juel, Thomas Daccombe, Simon de Aumarle, Reginald le Hayward

FILE - Lease for their 3 lives - ref.  OG/B/21  - date: 9 March 1325/6
 \_ [from Scope and Content] Witness: John le Vavascour, John de Wyville, Robert Doglandre, Thomas Juel, Thomas le Colevile, William Moryn, William Daccombe

SMALLBROOKE AND PRESTON

FILE - Grant and quitclaim - ref.  OG/C/6  - date: c 1315
\_ [from Scope and Content] Witness: John le Vavasur, William Daccombe, William Moryn, Thomas Juel, Thomas de Colevyle, William Malet, Thomas de Colville, clerk.

FILE - Grant - ref.  OG/C/8  - date: 1 February 1315/16
\_ [from Scope and Content] Witness: John le Vavasor, Geoffrey de Cokepole, Thomas de Cokepole William Daccombe, William Morin, Ivo de Prusteton, Thomas de Colville

 FILE - Grant and quitclaim - ref.  OG/C/10  - date: 24, 28 March 1315/16
 \_ [from Scope and Content] Witness: John le Vavasor, Ivo de Prusteton, Ralph de Olney, William Moryn, Geoffrey de Cokepoule, William Daccombe, Thomas Coleville, Robert Doggelandre, William Malet, Thos. de Cokepoule

FILE - Grant and release - ref.  OG/C/13  - date: 2, 9 May 1316
\_ [from Scope and Content] Witness: John le Vavasseur, William Daccombe, William Moryn, Thomas de Cokepoole, Geoffrey de Cokepoole, Richard Wyvill, Thomas de Colevill

FILE - Grant for life - ref.  OG/C/18  - date: c 1317
 \_ [from Scope and Content] Witness: John le Vavasor, William Moryn, William Daccombe, Geoffrey de Cokepole, Robert Doglondre

FILE - Grant and release - ref.  OG/C/19  - date: 25 November 1317
\_ [from Scope and Content] Witness: William de Insula, William Daccombe, William Morin, Ralph de Olney, Ivo de Prusteton, John le Forester, Thomas de Colevyle, clerk, John le Vavaser, Thomas Juel, Robert Doglondre, John Basyngs

FILE - Grant - ref.  OG/C/20  - date: 30 November 1317
\_ [from Scope and Content] Witness: John le Vavascour, William Daccombe, William de Insula, Geoffrey de Cokepoule, Ralph de Olney, Robert Doglondre, William Moryn

FILE - Grant - ref.  OG/C/22  - date: 11 August 1325
 \_ [from Scope and Content] Witness: John de Wyvile, John le Vavascour, William Daccombe, William Moryn, Thomas de Cuckepoule, Geoffrey de Cuckpoule, John Roger

FILE - Grant - ref.  OG/C/25  - date: 19 October 1325
\_ [from Scope and Content] Witness: William Daccombe, Robert Dogglondre, Thomas Colevyle, Edward de Holte, Jordan le Ken

FILE - Grant - ref.  OG/C/26  - date: 3 May 1327
\_ [from Scope and Content] Witness: William Daccombe, Edward de Holte, John Basyng, Thomas de Colville, Jordan le Ken

FILE - Grant - ref.  OG/C/29  - date: 28 October 1328
 \_ [from Scope and Content] Witness: John le Vavasour, William Daccombe, Robert Doglondre, William Morin, Thomas de Colville, John Basing, John Iwon

WHITEFIELD

FILE - Inspeximus of an inquisition - ref.  OG/F/15  - date: c 1590
\_ [from Scope and Content] As to extent and value of manor of Whitefield on 8 December 1293 in the hands of the Crown, after the death of John de Hardington, as an escheat or from some other cause, which extend was taken by the oaths of William de Coleville, John Pipe, Thomas de Daccombe, Robert Moryn, Thomas de Coleville, Henry Doglondre, Ralph Gaveloc, John de Cucupoole, Jurden Chapelyn, Reginald le He[...], Robert Joye and Geoffrey Dywe, who say that the messuage and garden are worth 10/- annum.

ST. HELENS OTHERWISE EDDINGTON

FILE - Grant - ref.  OG/G/2  - date: 3 October 1333
 \_ [from Scope and Content] Grant of rents, services etc., of Simon Johan, Simon Morin, Robert Jurden, Thomas Daccombe, John Colville, Richard Hayno, Elias Heyno and Peter le Boucher in Edington

Devon Record Office: Estate Duty Office Wills [1078/IRW/H]

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Estate Duty Office Wills

Catalogue Ref. 1078/IRW

Creator(s):
Legacy Duty Office, 1812-1853
Legacy and Succession Duty Office, 1853-1899

FILE  [no title] - ref.  1078/IRW/H/883  - date: 1853
\_ [from Scope and Content] Abraham Hill of Daccombe, Coffinswell, Devon

Devon Record Office: Comyns family of Wood, Bishopsteignton

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Comyns family of Wood, Bishopsteignton

Catalogue Ref. 1039 M

Creator(s):
Comyns family of Wood, Bishopsteignton, Devon

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TITLE DEEDS

Main Estate

FILE - Bargain and Sale - ref.  1039 M/T 7  - date: 1617
         \_ [from Scope and Content] 1. William, Earl of Salisbury, Sir John Daccombe, and Sir George Calvert
Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies: Ashridge II Collection

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ASHRIDGE II COLLECTION

Catalogue Ref. AH 1-AH 2821

Creator(s):
Egerton family of Ashridge, Hertfordshire, Earls and Dukes of Bridgewater
Cust family of Ashridge, Hertfordshire, Barons Brownlow

Egerton Family

CHERTSEY

 FILE - Copy of extract of Lease by James I to Prince Charles' Trustees, Sir Francis Bacon, Sir John Daccombe, Thomas Murray, Sir James Fullerton, John Walter and Thomas Trevor, for 99 years as relates to the Manors of Chertsey and Hardwicke - late possessions of the Monastery of Chertsey. - ref.  AH 1220  - date: 10th January 1617
Isle of Wight Record Office: The Oglander Collection [OG/CC/2167 - OG/CC/2339D]

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The Oglander Collection

Catalogue Ref. OG

Creator(s):
Oglander family of Nunwell, Brading, Isle of Wight


PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE AND PAPERS

 FILE - Letter from J. M. J. Dacombe, 27 Holdenhurst Road, Bournemouth to John H. Oglander, Nunwell, Brading, I.W - ref.  OG/CC/2277B  - date: 31 March 1909
      \_ [from Scope and Content] "I thank you very much for your letter. I already knew of William Daccombe, being Vicar of Brading in 1395, but I was very interested to hear of the names Thomas and William D. appearing in Charters relating to your manors. The William D. was probably the same man who was instituted Rector of Steepleton, Dorset on 6 August 1398 - Thomas D. was probably Thomas Daccomb, Knt., Sheriff of Wilts. and Dorset A.D. 1398, Patron of living of Iwerne Steepleton. The earliest record I have of the Daccombs are in connection with the hamlet of Duccombe near Torquay and from thence into Dorsetshire and also the manor of Chilworth near Southampton. They appear to have had a connection with or have been under the De Redvers, Earls of Devon, bearing the same arms (griffin, segreant) and the name cropping up, in most places, with which the De Redvers were connected including the Isle of Wight. Any further information I shall be extremely grateful for."
London Metropolitan Archives: Christie, Manson and Wood Collection

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CHRISTIE MANSON AND WOOD COLLECTION

Catalogue Ref. Q/CMW

Creator(s):
Christie, Manson and Wood

DEVON

FILE - Indenture of fine; 1. William Spurstowe, Thomas Webb, and Christopher Hill, quer. 2. Thomas Ridgway, Kt. and bart. alias Thomas, Earl of Londonderry and Cecilia his wife, and Robert Ridgway, Kt. alias Robert Lord Ridgway and Elizabeth his wife, def. - ref.  Q/CMW/45  - date: Trin. 21 Jas.I, 56 Jas.VI [1623]
  \_ [from Scope and Content] Exiland, Daccombe, Ellacombe, Ottery Blessed Mary alias St. Mary Autry, Riddon, Denbury, Hardnes, Dartmouth, Westweed, Welborough, and Widicombe, Devon: 20 messuages, 2 mills, 20 gardens, 20 orchards, 300 acres of land, 10 acres of meadow, 50 acres of pasture, 10 acres of wood and 50 acres of heath and moorland.
Somerset Archive and Record Service: Kemeys-Tynte family of Halswell House, Goathurst

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KEMEYS-TYNTE FAMILY OF HALSWELL HOUSE, GOATHURST.

Catalogue Ref. DD\S\WH


FILE - Various lands, Muttisham (1a.) Durleigh, Pirryes land (6 a.), and newly built house and c.6 a. at Frodgare, Goathurst acquired by Nich.Halswell - ref.  DD\S\WH/5  - date: 1361/2-1639
\_ [from Scope and Content] Grant of Halsewelle by Wm.Halsewelle to Wm.Credy parson of Beckington and Thos.de.Goudena, 1394. Turnisland granted by Jn.Warre and Jn.Tremaylle at al. to Wm.Halswell,1511/12 with Inspeximus of this and another deed (missing) by Nich.Halswell confirming a grant for the use of Joan dau. of Wm.H. and wife of Jn.Daccombe,1533. Thornelands and unspecified lands in Goathurst and Durleigh together with ten. called Willystoke in Woolavington and Moorlinch variously conveyed by Marmaduke and Alex.Popham and Wm.Portman to Nich.Halswell 1543-1545. Grant of lands in Broomfield and Goathurst within the Manor of Thurlbear, 1557.
Somerset Archive and Record Service: Miscellaneous Somerset deeds, etc.

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MISCELLANEOUS SOMERSET DEEDS, ETC

Catalogue Ref. DD\X\WA


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FILE - Bargain and Sale enrolled; - ref.  DD\X\WA/13  - date: 1650/51
   \_ [from Scope and Content] [Recites: (A)Grant (Letters Patent) for 99 years, dated 10 Jan. 14 Jas.[1616/7], James I to Sir Francis Bacon and Sir John Daccombe, knights, Thos.Murray, esq., Sir Jas.Fullerton, knt., John Walter, knt., and Thos. Trevor, esq:-
West Sussex Record Office: The Wiston Archives [WISTON/2107-WISTON 4327]

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The Wiston Archives

Catalogue Ref. WISTON

Creator(s):
Shirley family of Wiston, Sussex
Sherley family of Wiston, Sussex
Fagg family of Wiston, Sussex
Fagge family of Wiston, Sussex
Goring family of Wiston, Sussex

TITLE DEEDS, SETTLEMENTS, WILLS AND MANORIAL DOCUMENTS

SUSSEX: SERIES I

WISTON

Manors of Wiston, Charlton, Buddington and Buncton; six messuages, ten cottages, windmill, watermill, four dovehouses, ten gardens, ten orchards, 1,500a. land, 300a. meadow, 780a. pasture, 60a. wood, 300a. heath and broom, 60s. worth of rent, free warren and view of frankpledge.

FILE - Assignment of fee farm rent; (a) Robert [6th] Earl of Somerset and Sir Thomas Sherley, jnr.; (b) Sir Thomas Bennett, kt., citizen and alderman of London; (c) Nicholas Harman and Thomas Catchmay of London, esquires. - ref.  WISTON/3642  - date: 2 Feb 1621/2
\_ [from Scope and Content] Recites no. WISTON/3639 and grant (Letters Patent), of the said fee farm rent of 1,002 15s. 9d., 4 July 1614, to (Sir) John Daccombe, one of the Masters of Requests, and (b), who were nominees of (a), and who assigned the remaining 400 out of the said fee farm rent to Philip Bennett, jnr., of Plumpton, yeo., William Penfold of Wiston, yeo., and Robert Slaughter of West Grinstead, husbandman.

Parsonage or rectory and to the advowson of the living of Wiston.
FILE - Quitclaim from Lionel, [1st] Earl of Middlesex, to the trustees of John, [2nd] Earl of Thanet, in respect of his interest in property as in no. WISTON/3702. - ref.  WISTON/3711  - date: 22 May 1634
 \_ [from Scope and Content] Recites that Nicholas Harman and Arthur Brett of London, esq., were his trustees in an assignment, 10 Dec. 1633, to Francis Watker and Thomas Gravett, of a yearly rent of 20 marks issuing from the manor of Buncton, and that the said Nicholas was also trustee in an assignment, on that same day, to John Daccombe and Sir Thomas Bennett, of a yearly rent of 602 15s. 9d.

DACCOMB

Cornwall Record Office: Arundell of Lanherne and Trerice [AR/1/528 - AR/1/1121]

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Arundell of Lanherne and Trerice

Catalogue Ref. AR

Creator(s):
Arundell family of Lanherne and Trerice, Cornwall

TITLE DEEDS

Somerset

Allowenshay Manor

FILE  [no title] - ref.  AR/1/748  - date: 1389, 20th Oct
\_ [from Scope and Content] Roger Ruttesthorn, Thomas Daccomb, John Berde, John Benefeld, William Kyng'.
Isle of Wight Record Office: The Oglander Collection [OG/CC/2167 - OG/CC/2339D]

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The Oglander Collection

Catalogue Ref. OG

Creator(s):
Oglander family of Nunwell, Brading, Isle of Wight

PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE AND PAPERS

FILE - Letter from J. M. J. Dacombe, 27 Holdenhurst Road, Bournemouth to John H. Oglander, Nunwell, Brading, I.W - ref.  OG/CC/2277B  - date: 31 March 1909
\_ [from Scope and Content] "I thank you very much for your letter. I already knew of William Daccombe, being Vicar of Brading in 1395, but I was very interested to hear of the names Thomas and William D. appearing in Charters relating to your manors. The William D. was probably the same man who was instituted Rector of Steepleton, Dorset on 6 August 1398 - Thomas D. was probably Thomas Daccomb, Knt., Sheriff of Wilts. and Dorset A.D. 1398, Patron of living of Iwerne Steepleton. The earliest record I have of the Daccombs are in connection with the hamlet of Duccombe near Torquay and from thence into Dorsetshire and also the manor of Chilworth near Southampton. They appear to have had a connection with or have been under the De Redvers, Earls of Devon, bearing the same arms (griffin, segreant) and the name cropping up, in most places, with which the De Redvers were connected including the Isle of Wight. Any further information I shall be extremely grateful for."

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