The village appears as Iacumbe in the Domesday Book. The parish church of St Mary the Virgin has a Norman north doorway and an Early English south porch and doorway dating from around 1249. The tomb of Sir John Blaket, a knight who fought with Henry V at the Battle of Agincourt and died in 1431, lies within the church.
- "Parish population 2011.Retrieved 24 March 2015".
- Foster, Graham E. (2005). The Parish Church of St. Mary the Virgin Icomb (church guide).
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