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Meriwether County, was established in 1827 from Troup County. The county seat is Greenville.


1850 U.S. Census

(transcribed by S. C. Hefner)

p. 352

650-650 John COMBS 44 M NC
Rachael 41(or 45) F SC
Nancy E. 17 F GA
William 16 M GA
May (or Mary) 13 F GA
John 11 M GA
Catharine 5 F GA

p. 396

1231 -191(?) Thomas COMB 39 M
Lucy ? 34(?) F
Catharine 13 F
William 12 M
Mary 11 F
Robert 9 M
Correlia 7 F
Francis 6 F
Morris 6 M
Amanda 5 F
Infant 3 M
John 7/12 M


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