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Free Image Hosting at www.ImageShack.us General Leslie Combs, s/o Benjamin & Sarah Richardson COMBS, was born 29 Nov 1793 in Clark Co, KY, and died on 21 Aug 1881 in Lexington, Fayette Co, KY, a lawyer by profession, but widely referred to in his youth as the “Boy Captain,” the result of his daring exploits during the War of 1812.

Subject: Combs, Leslie, 1793-1881. [from old catalog]; Northwest, Old — History War of 1812; United States — History War of 1812 Personal narratives;
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Also see Gen. Leslie Combs — 1846 Letters on Shawnee Chief Logan, War of 1812.


NARRATIVE

of the life of

GENERAL LESLIE COMBS;

embracing

INCIDENTS IN THE EARLY HISTORY

of the

NORTHWESTERN TERRITORY.

WASHINGTON:

PRINTED BY J. T. AND LEM. TOWERS.

1855.

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