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Combe, Herefordshire         
VILLAGE AND CIVIL PARISH IN HEREFORDSHIRE, UNITED KINGDOM
Combe is a small village and civil parish in the English county of Herefordshire. The village lies east of Presteigne near the confluence of the Hindwell Brook and the River Lugg.
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  • Flag of Herefordshire
  • Classical composer Sir [[Edward Elgar]] lived in Hereford from 1904 to 1911. His association with the city is commemorated with this statue.
  • John Kemble]]'s grave in the Herefordshire village of [[Welsh Newton]].
  • [[Hereford Cathedral]].
  • [[Hereford cattle]], such as this bull, originated in the county and are now bred throughout the world.
  • Herefordshire within England
  • Hereford United]], the only club from the county to have ever played in [[The Football League]].
  • The M50 motorway near [[Ledbury]] and [[Ross-on-Wye]].
  • Pontrilas station]] on the [[Welsh Marches Line]].
  • The [[River Wye]] near [[Ross-on-Wye]].
CEREMONIAL COUNTY, AND UNITARY NON-METROPOLITAN COUNTY AND DISTRICT, IN ENGLAND
Herefordshire (traditional); Herefordshire; County of UA; English unitary district of county of Herefordshire; County of Herefordshire; County of Herefordshire (administrative); County of Hereford; HFDS; Herefordshire, England; Herefs; Herefordshire (district)
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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.