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Mickleton, a parish in the hundred of Upper Kiftsgate, Gloucester, includes the hamlets of Lower Clopton, Long Hill, Nineveh, Hidcote Bartrim, Mickleton Hill, lies near the juncture of the counties of Gloucester, Warwickshire and Worcester, being only 2.56 miles southeast of Church Honeybourne, Worcester, 3.1 miles west of Ilmington, Warwickshire, 5.72 northeast of Broadway, Worcester, 7.58 northeast of Snowshill, Gloucester, and 7.68 southwest of Old Stratford and Stratford-n-Avon, Warwickshire. (1)

1506 Mickleton, Gloucester. "John COMBES of Meculton and his wife" were admitted to the Guild at Stratford on Avon (2)

Mickleton Christening Records (3)

23 Jun 1598 Mickleton, Gloucester, England. Born: ----- COMBE, s/o John COMBE

2 Oct 1602 Mickleton, Gloucester, England. Christened: Thomas COMBE, s/o John COMBE or HALL

11 Dec 1610 Mickleton, Gloucester, England. Christened: John COOMBE, s/o Lawrence COOMBE

11 Feb 1631 Mickleton, Gloucester, England. Christened: Joane COMBE, d/o Thomas COMBE

27 May 1634 Mickleton, Gloucester, England. Christened: Margaret COMBS, d/o Thomas COMBS or HALL

20 Mar 1635 Mickleton, Gloucester, England. Christened: Thomas COMBE, s/o Thomas COMBE or HALL

  1. parishinfo.mdb by Terry Lawson, Gerry Lawson and Derek Boys.
  2. Bloom, 206, 10, The Kinship of Thomas Combe II, William Reynolds and William Shakespeare by Christopher Wakefield, The Laverock Press, Newnham, first published in NOTES AND QUERIES, October 1961, Revised November 1961, Printed in Great Britain.
  3. IGI, Bishop's transcripts, 1572-1812 Church of England. Parish Church of Mickleton, and Parish registers, 1590-1888 Church of England. Parish Church of Mickleton (Gloucestershire); FamilySearch.Org

Note: The online IGI entry makes no mention of HALL and is not indexed under HALL.

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