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Ilsington, a parish in the hundred of Teignbridge, Devonshire, 4-3/4 miles north northeast of Ashburton, 5 miles southwest of Chudleigh... in the archdeaconry of Totness, and diocese of Exeter... in the patronage of the Dean and Canons of Windsor... In 1663, Jane FORD devised a rent-charge for the education of poor children... Pipe and potters' clay, and lead-ore, may be obtained in this parish... (Lewis, 1830)

25 Nov 1565 Ilsington, Devonshire. Married: Alyce COOMBS and William LAMSHED [aka LAMBSHEAD?] (IGI Ba: E051221, So: 916849, Pr: 1037013 - Film not read)

29 Sep 1582 Ilsington, Devonshire. Married: Hugh COMB and Beaton_ FLATCHER [aka FLETCHER?] (IGI Ba: E051221, So: 916849, Pr: 1037013 - Film not read)

2 Dec 1652 Ilsington, Devonshire. Married: Edward FORD (s/o Edward FORD and Joan COWEA, married 20 Mar. 1619/20), born ca 1630, d 24 Jan 1678; and Christian daughter of unknown and widow of unknown LANGWORTHY
(Extracted by Combs researcher Joe Kendalll from "The Visitations of the County of Devon, comprising the Heralds Visitation of 1531, 1564, and 1620. With Addition by Lieutenant- Colonel J.L. Vivan. Pub. for the author by Henry S. Eland, Exeter, p. 350 ( no pub. date).

Although too young to have been Chrian (Christian?) COMBE Langworth of Devonshire in 1630, this record does indicate the possible presence of the LANGWORTH/LONGWORTH(Y) surname in this area. (See the 1629 Oxfordshire will of William COMBE.

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