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Denver County originally a part of Arapahoe County)


Marriages

06 Jan 1938 Allen, Robert Armstrong; Marjorie Combs

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03 Dec 1906 Audley, Henry R.; Helen B. Combs
27 Aug 1920 Austin, Roy L.; Bertha J. McCombs

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Denver 1876 City Directory
Arapahoe County, Colorado

Combs, G. W., r rear 651 Stout.

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COOMBS, Richard Stanley

Denver Post, 1/24/1895

Richard Stanley Coombs, government reporter during the famous Rarnell and Phoenix trial in London, died yesterday of pneumonia at his residence on Pearl Street. He leaves a wife and one child. He body was shipped last evening to Hamilton, Canada for interment.

Submitted by Robert Stacey


1911 Business Directory

Combs I N, barber, 1233 13th av.
Combs & Sess, carps 1422 Glenarm
Comer W H, genl agt Ch G W R R, 200 Century bldg.

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