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Wing, a parish in the hundred of Cottesloe, 2.77 miles south of Soulbury, and 3 miles west southwest of Leighton-Buzzard, Bedfordshire, and is in the in the archdeaconry of Buckingham, and diocese of Lincoln… in the patronage of the Earl of Chesterfield… [mentions] 1596 bequest by Lady Pelham>

1321 Three weeks from Eas. John de CUMBE, parson of Stok' by Arundel [Sussex], pl. Edmund, earl of Arundel, def. Manor of Kyvele, co. Wilts, and the manors of Wenge and Blakewell' and the advowson of the priory of Wenge [Wing], co. Bucks

(C) Def. to hold during his life of the king. Successive remainders to Richard son of the same earl and Isabel his wife, the heirs of their bodies and the right heirs of the said earl. (King's order.) Endorsed The Abbot of St. Nicholas *Angers* puts in his claim (Extracted by David Vidler from "Abstracts of Feet of Fines Relating to Wiltshire for the Reigns of Edward I and Edward II," edited by R.B. Pugh, 1939: Wiltshire Record Society publication 1- Salisbury, Wilts library)

20 Feb 1625 Wing, Buckingham. Married: Tobe COMES and Marie THEED. (IGI, Ba: E014631, So: 990283, source not viewed)

George Ainsworth Davidson Coomes stated in his ms. that the above Tobe COMES was the same as Tobias COMBS, bapt. July 31, 1586, Church of St. Mary, Hemel-Hempstead, Hertsfordshire. He listed Mary as daughter of John THEEDE of Crofton, Bucks (His sources are not known). Also note that no Crofton has been located in Bucks (nor anywhere near) as yet. See also Edlesborough, Bucks below. Reminder: A much later Tobias COMBS is of Dorchester County, Maryland in the early 1700s (naming pattern?) See Also 1629 Cheddington, Bucks for birth of Richard, son of Toby and Mary THEEDE Combe.

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