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Mariposa County is one of California's original counties (1850). Descendant counties are: Merced, Madera, Fresno, Kings, Tulare, Kern, much of Mono and Inyo, and parts of San Benito, Los Angeles and San Bernadino

1850 Mariposa Co, CA Census

No Combs

1860 Mariposa Co, CA Census

118/113 William H. Combs, 19 Miner KY
Living with: E. GIVENS and family (E. GIVENS age is given as 42)

Thomas B. Combs, 15 Miner KY
Living with the GOSS/GOFF family.

Combs Researcher Valarie Watkins

Notes: William H. and Thomas B. Combs were brothers of John Andrew Combs of San Diego CA. Their ancestry remains unknown, and they have not been found as yet on any 1850 census (Research in progress).

12 Dec 1973 (California Death Index) Delmer I. Combs b. 29 Feb. 1896 in Missouri and died 12 Dec 1973 in Mariposa County, CA.

See El Paso Co, CO. And 1930 LA Co, CA Census

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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