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of Monroe Co, GA
Monroe County was established in 1821 from Creek Lands. Bibb was created in part from Monroe in 1822, and Pike in 1822-24. The county seat is Forsyth.
1830 Monroe Co, GA Census Index
William Monroe COMBS
William COMBS 1 male 20-30 1 female 15-20
Note: Is this William Combs the same as Wm. A Combs who married Malinda Greer found in the 1850 Noxubee Co, MS Census?
MCNote: This is the only William Combs in the 1830 census whose ages fit those of him and his wife Malinda. I have not found them in the 1840 census in MS which is where they should be. I've also checked AL and GA, but no luck so far.
1832 Land Lottery of Georgia (from The 1832 Land Lottery of Georgia, extracted by S. C. Hefner)
p. 193, 5th district, 3rd section. Monroe County. #12 William COMBS, Bryan's
Note: These were 40 and 60 acre lots.
1840 Monroe Co, GA Census Index
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