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Hollingbourne, a parish in the hundred of Eyhorne, lathe of Aylesford, county of Kent, 6 miles east of Maidstone… with the perpetual curacy of Hucking… rated jointly in the king's books… in the peculiar jurisdiction and patronage of the Archbishop of Canterbury. The church, dedicated to All Saints, is a handsome edifice, attached to which is a chapel with a marble floor, containing a superb monument to the memory of Lady CULPEPPER… (Lewis, 1830....), 3.62 miles northwest of Lenham, Kent (home of Thomas and Joan ADY Sare/Sayer)

Note: The latter is 3.97 mi. southwest of Dodington, Kent, 6.86 southwest of Sittingbourne, 8.45 southwest of Norton and 9.32 northwest of Faversham,

8 Oct 1604 Married: William COMBE and Dorothy ALLEN "of Hollingbourne, Kent, England" (IGI, F#: 184308, @, P#: 978, O#: 22083, film not yet read)

04 Jun 1651 [William COMBE] COMBE, Wm., Hollingbourne, Kent. Sent. pro conf. test., 4 June 1651, 113 Grey (W. 6 May 1650, 86 Pembroke). (Extracted by Combs Researchers Joe Kendalll and Denise Mortorff from "The Index Library-Index to Administrations in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury and Now Preserved in the Public Record Office", Chancery Lane Vol. VI, 1631-1648. ed. Marc Fitch. London: The British Record Society. 1986, p. 95)

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