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Benton County was established in 1836 from Washington County.
1840-1850 Benton Co, AR Census Index
1860 Benton Co, AR Census Index
5 Nov 1876. Garfield, Benton Co, AR. Born: Cumie Talitha Combs, m. James William COURTNEY, 1894, in Purdy, Barry Co, MO, died: 1953 in St. Petersburg, Pinellas Co, Florida. According to her obituary, she had a sister, Lucie FRANCIS, Wilsey, Morris Co, Kansas and a brother, Jessie Combs, Wichita Falls, Witchita Co, TX, both still living when she died.
(Obituary Abstract by Combs Researcher Pat Scheer)
1884 Benton Co, AR. W. T. NEAL, who has long been a prosperous farmer of Benton County, Ark., was born in Knox County, Tenn., in 1839, and is a son of John A. and Harriet (COMB) Neal, who were also born in Tennessee, and were farmers by occupation. They became residents of Madison County, Ark., in 1853, but the father's death occurred in Washington County, in 1883. W. T. NEAL received such education as the schools of his day afforded, and in 1860 concluded to seek his fortunes in the far West, and went to California, where he remained for over nine years. His business enterprises in that State met with good success, and he succeeded in accumulating considerable money. In 1869 he returned to Benton County, Ark., and purchased his present home, which comprises about ninety-seven acres of land with eighty-five acres well improved and under good cultivation. In 1885 he was married to a Mrs. MASSEY, by whom he is the father of one child, Georgia Pearl. Mr. NEAL has shown his fraternal spirit by becoming a member of the Masonic fraternity, and in his political [p.873] views supports the principles of the Democratic party. His wife is a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. South.
(Goodspeeds' History of Northwest Arkansas, Benton County, Chicago, IL, 1884)
20 Apr 04 Rogers Democrat (newspaper obituary)
Maurice Combs of this city was shot and killed last Friday afternoon by Ernest KINNAN near Lilly, Crawford Co. The trouble arose over a dog fight the day previous but the difficulty was supposed to have been settled. KINNAN came Friday, however, to the field where Combs was working and renewed the quarrel with the above result. Combs was unarmed. Combs was only seventeen years old but he had an unenviable reputation here for always being in some kind of trouble. It was Combs who stabbed a young boy from Garfield here one Sunday last fall.
Extracted from Obits of Benton Co., AR, Vol. 2 page 323
Combs Researcher Joyce Winter Kahre
5 Dec 18 Rogers Democrat (newspaper obituary)
Combs, E. L
E. L. Combs died Thursday night at his home one mile northeast of Rogers and was buried Friday in the Rogers cemetery. He was 36 years of age and leaves a wife and five small children and two brothers L. H. and Hardy Combs of this city. He came to Rogers about twenty years ago [ca 1898] from Missouri.
Extracted from Obits of Benton Co., AR, Vol. 5 page 394
Combs Researcher Joyce Winter Kahre
Benton Co, AR Cemeteries
COMER Ann 1830 1881
COMER John B. 1815 1901
COMER Myrtle Mann 1892 1957
Combs Araiminta P. 1871 1914
Combs William C. 1871 1954
Robinson Or Yell
COMER Eliza H. 1857 1911
COMER John H. 1859 1913
Combs Avery 1897 1977 135
Combs Carl Ray 1928 1953 135
Combs Clara L. 1905 1980 135
Combs Elry 1908 1947 157
COMBS E.L. 1882 1918
Combs D. Paul 1895 1965 391
Combs Josephine 1853 1906 205
Combs Lona A. 1897 1991 391
Combs Georgeann 1880 1969 218
COMER Arnold I. 1919 1975
COMER Stella 1923 ????
Combs Eddie L. 1913 1973
Provided to Benton County Arkansas Cemetery Index USGenWeb Archives by Benton County Cemetery Preservation Group
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