Wood Farm Charmouth

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Will of John Newell dated 1755 leaving Wood Farm in Charmouth and the Ship Inn in Lyme Regis to his sister Elizabeth Newell. He describes Wood Farm as "Combmore" in the Tenure of Thomas Soaper.
Abstract from the Will of Elizabeth Newell where she leaves Wood Farm to her Niece Elizabeth Newell Puddicombe. She describes her husband, John as a Surgeon in Lyme Regis.
Will of Nicholas Newell dated 1722 showing Wood Farm being leased by Elliot.
Mary Warren`s will of 1831 mentions Wood Farm

I Mary Donrett Warren of Charmouth 1828 Will

Trustees and friends, the Reverend John Hill, Vice Principal of St.Edmunds Hall in Oxford and William Burnard of Charmouth, Cloth Manufacturer. And my daughter Mary Elizabeth Austin, Widow, undivided moiety of half the whole of the estate called Graston Farm in Burton Bradstock containing about 80 acres lately purchased of John Hussey now in possession of John Warrren as tenant. 

All that Farm called Wood Farm in Charmouth and all those lands in manor of Hawkchurch in the occupation of Bernard Cox as tenant. For my grandson Samuel Warren Puddicombe, the fatherless son of said daughter Mary Elizabeth Austin on the age of 21 and not before.

The daughter of my cousin reverend Joseph Domett of Bovey Tracey, Clerk by his first wife. Niece Frances Catherine Hardwicke, the wife of Thoms Brown Hardwicke Esq and daughter of John Warren,mEsq of Lyme Regis. 

Will of my late brother, the Reverend Thomas Puddicombe, late if Branscombe, 1825. Lately purchased by the said Thomas Puddicombe of John Hussey. 

Messuages, Wharfs , warehouses, lands,  eye being in Parish of St. John's , Wapping, Middx. Inherited from late Thomas Puddicombe. Jane Prsetin, daughter of Richard Preston. 

Bequeathe to grandson, Samuel Warren Puddicombe my books and good watch, formerly belonged to his grandfather. 

Sisters in laws , Susan, Mary and Elizabeth Warren of Lyme Regis, spinsters 

Proved in 1831.