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Bibb County, Georgia, was established in 1822 from Jones, Monroe, Twiggs, and Houston Counties, Georgia. Jones County was formed partly from Bibb County in 1807. The county seat is Macon.


1830 Bibb Co, GA Census Index

No Combs?


9 April 1840. (Extracted by Combs Researcher Lynn Pierce Appling from Marriage & Obituaries from the Macon Messenger 1818-1865, p. 425)
" Married in this city, on Thursday evening the 2d inst. by the Rev Mr. BRAGG, Mr. George D. COMBS to Miss Evelina BULLOCK all of this city.

Note: The marriage was recorded in the names of George D. Combs and Sarah E. M. Bullock. (Georgia GenWeb Archives)


19 Jan 1842 (from Georgia GenWeb Archives, extracted by S. C. Hefner)
Elizabeth COMBS married Miles BRADDOCK.


2 Sep 1845 (Georgia GenWeb Archives, extracted by S. C. Hefner)

Tolbert COMBS married Levice Ann ROSS.


1850 Bibb Co, GA Census

transcribed by S. C. Hefner

p. 140

70-71 John CLINTON 30 Carpenter NC
Eveline COMBS 30 GA
Augusta 9 GA
Charles 7 GA
Annett 5 GA

Note: See the 1840 marriage of George D. Combs and Sarah Evelina Bullock.

p. 143

115 in the household of J. H. CHERRY 20 Merchant
M. E. COMBS 40(?) Female GA

p. 157

96-103 Talbert COMBS 27 Waggoner GA
Ann
19 GA
Ellen
4(?) GA
William
1(?) GA

Note: See the 1845 marriage of Talbert Combs and Levice Ann Ross.

p. 170

288-308 in the household of Joseph Kanally [Connelly?] 33 Grocer
John COMBS 31 Cab? Ireland
plus seven other "Laborer[s]" from Ireland

p. 171

314-336 in the household of John FOX 45 Carpenter
J. S. COME 27 Teacher Maine "murder / gambling"

Note: In the left margin it says "Jail;" to the right it lists the offenses with which each inmate is charged.


28 Oct 1857. (Extracted by Combs Researcher Lynn Pierce Appling from Marriage & Obituaries from the Macon Messenger 1818-1865, p. 501) "Married in this city on Monday evening Oct. 12th by Rev. James E. EVANS, John LEMEN of Buena Vista to Miss A. Augusta COMBS of Macon."

Note: This is possibly the daughter of George D. COMBS and Sarah Evelina (Bullock). See their 1840 marriage and the 1850 Census.


1860 Bibb Co, GA Census

(transcribed by S. C. Hefner)

p. 464

399-422 William D. COMBS 34 Engineer SC
Martha 30 GA
Laura 4 GA
Ella 3 GA

p. 502

665-688 Eveline COMBS 40 dress maker GA
Charles 16 GA
Annett 14 GA

Note: See the 1840 marriage of George D. Combs and Sarah Evelina Bullock.

p. 584

1312-1356 Talbot COMBS 39 Laborer Ga
Louicy(?) 30 SC
Ellen 13 GA
William 11 GA
Malinda A. 4 GA

Note: See the 1845 marriage of Talbert and Levice Ann Ross.


post-1865 (extracted by S. C. Hefner from 30, 638 Burials in Georgia) COMBS, John - Rose Hill Cemetery, 8th GA Mil CSA


Cedar Ridge Cemetery
(from GA GenWeb archives)

Dennis COMBS, ------ 15 Aug 1909

Elizabeth (Mrs. L.C.) COMBS, ------ 11 Apr 1925

Infant COMBS, 25 Oct 1898 - 18 May 1899, Lot 3H2

Leonard C. COMBS, 1874 - 25 May 1954, Lot 3H2

Son of T. M. COMBS, ------ 15 Aug 1909

Elizabeth COMBS WHITTLE, no dates


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