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of Martha Lou Ella Combs Orton
Regarding the family of William Combs and his wife Elizabeth BRADFORD
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The Orton Family Bible record of Martha Lou Ella Combs Orton regarding the family of William Combs and his wife Elizabeth Hanna BRADFORD of McMinn Co., TENN from information from Marcella Krik and submitted by Rebecca Combs.
William Combs born February 25, 1775 Married Eliabeth Hanna Bradford born September 30, 1775 They were married April 23, 1795. Their children were as follows:
1. Houston Bradford Combs b. September 3, 1796
2. Thomas Combs b. May 8, 1797
3. John Muzzoy b. May 24, 1798
4. Elizabeth! Bradford Combs b. January 5, 1808
5. Jacob Combs B. August 23, 1812
6. Osburn Combs b. January 22, 1813
7. William Combs. November 22, 1815
8. Rufus Darcy Combs b. March 27, 1821
9. Jackson Combs b. March 3, 1822
10. Sarah Hanna Bradford Combs b. March 23, 1823
11. James Combs b. March 23, 1824
12. Isaac Bradford Combs b. January 22, 1827
13. Mary Taylor Combs b. February 21, 1828
14. Joseph Bradford Combs b. July 31, 1830
Also in the bible per Rebecca Combs:
Delphia Stanfield married Osburn Combs on March 27, 1835, county not given.
Delphia Stanfield Combs b. September 5, 1815.
Osburn was the son of William and Elizabeth Bradford Combs
William Combs was the son of Robert Combs and Hanna Smith Taylor (The widow of John Taylor)
Robert Combs was the son of Darcy Combs and Hanna Smith Bradford
Darcy Combs was the son of Thomas Combs and Marget Offsley
Thomas Combs was the son of Martin Buren Combs and Elizabeth Offsley
Manor. Which live in Suffolk England.
Martin Buren Combs was the son of Sir John Combs and Mary Shakespear of
Warwickshire England. Mary was the daughter of John Shakespear.
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