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Polk County was established in 1844 from Sevier County. The County seat is Mena.

1880 Polk Co., Arkansas Census

Submitted by Sue Elfving


p. 525B

George COMBS Self M Male W 34 MO KY KY Farmer
Harriet COMBS Wife M Female W 32 MO TN KY Keeps House
Henry COMBS Son S Male W 16 MO MO MO Laborer
Albert H. COMBS Son S Male W 12 MO MO MO Laborer
Edward COMBS Son S Male W 10 MO MO MO At Home
Missouri V. COMBS Dau S Female W 8 MO MO MO At Home
Jerome COMBS Son S Male W 6 MO MO MO At Home
Rosa COMBS Dau S Female W 2 MO MO MO At Home

(Source: Cove, Polk, Arkansas, Family History Library Film 1254054, NA Film Number T9-0054, Page Number 525B)

Note: George Combs married Harriet JOHNSON on 4 May 1863 (Benton Co, MO Marriage Records). George and Harriet previously found in the 1870 Benton Co, MO census. George appears to be the son of Wesley and Elizabeth Combs of Benton Co, MO. In 1900, George and Harriet are in Marion Twp, Sebastian Co., AR.

Important: All Records collected for this county may not have been added here as yet. See also the Combs Research List Archives

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