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Combe, Dulverton         
  • Gravestones in Hawkridge churchyard of Col. Eustace Harrison (died 1962) (foreground) "buried at the feet of" the legendary huntsman Ernest Bawden (died 1943) (background)
  • 6th (Rifle) Battalion, King's Regiment (Liverpool)]], of Combe
  • Combe House, contrasting views 1906 and 2015, showing entrance porch before removal and re-erection on east wing in 1926-7 as part of extensive alterations and enlargements by Col E J Harrison<ref>Listed building text</ref>
  • [[Monumental brass]] to Humphry Sydenham (1672–1710) of Combe, north wall of All Saints' Church, Dulverton
  • Mural monument in Dulverton Church to Humphrey Sydenham (1694–1757)
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  • Arms of Sydenham: ''Argent, three rams passant guardant sable''
HISTORIC ESTATE IN SOMERSET, ENGLAND
Combe is a historic estate in Somerset, England, situated between the town of Dulverton and the village of Brushford.
Ralph Molyneux Combe         
BRITISH BARRISTER AND COLONIAL JUDGE (1872-1946)
Ralph Combe
Sir Ralph Molyneux Combe (2 December 1872 – 16 February 1946) was a British barrister and colonial judge.
Combe v Combe         
Combe v Combe [1951] 2 KB 215 is a famous English contract law case on promissory estoppel. An ex-wife tried to take advantage of the principle that had been reintroduced in the High Trees case to enforce her husband's promise to give her maintenance.