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The Arkansas Territory existed from 1819 to 1836 and that it was part of the Missouri Territory from 1812 to 1819. Prior to that it was part of the Louisiana Territory from 1805 to 1812 and part of the District of Louisiana under the authority of the Indiana Territory in 1803-1805.
Combs &c. Arkansas Counties of Record
|Statewide Land Patents||Records|
|Clay New 23 Feb 2010||Records|
|Cleburne New 24 Feb 2010||Records|
|Cross New 12 Mar 2010||Records|
|Faulkner New 19 Mar 2010||Records|
|Fulton New 19 Mar 2010||Records|
|Greene New 30 Mar 2010||Records|
Cemeteries and Deaths
|Madison County GenWeb||USGenWeb|
|Madison Co 1837 Tax List||Transcript|
|Madison - Goodspeeds' Biographies A Must See!||Biographies|
|Madison - 1850 Annotated Census of all Combs &c. Families, including the descendants of William & Tisha Combs(?) Johnson; and Martin & Sarah Combs JOHNSON||1850|
|Washington AR, including Census, Cemetery, Land, Marriage Records, etc.||Records|
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