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Sebastian County was established in 1851 from Scott, Polk, Crawford, and Van Buren Cos, and includes the frontier town of Fort Smith, Arkansas.

1860 Sebastian Co, AR Census

Mountain Twp

Name: Age: Sex: Occu: Land/Personal: Bplace:

VAUGHT, David 45 M Farmer 150/400 TN
VAUGHT, Sephrona 35 F KY
VAUGHT, America 15 F MO
VAUGHT, Willm 12 M MO
VAUGHT, Silas 10 M MO
VAUGHT, Martha 10 F MO
FERRMENTER, John 23 M Grocer - / 50 NC

(Combs Researcher Keith Sanderson)

KS Notes: David VAUGHT m 6 Apr 1837 Morgan Co, MO, Saphony [sic] Combs. Joseph Silas VAUGHT later married Lucinda SIMMONS, a Cherokee Indian. When Joseph died, his brother William married Lucinda. William and Lucinda SIMMONS Vaught are my great great grandparents.

4/28/1900-08/10/1910. AR Confederate Vet. & Widows Pension Applications. No # Combs, J.T.; CO G 22 AR-V; 1862-65; Vet d 04/28/00; WID #11603 Combs, Easter app 08/10/10 County Sebastian.


Combs Researcher Gloria B. Carter

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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