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Newton County, was established 24 December 1821 from parts of Henry, Jasper, Morgan, and Walton Counties. Some land was taken from Newton and used to form Rockdale County in 1870. The county seat is Covington.

Nathan Combs of Jasper Co., GA Barnes District drew Lot 20 Sec 17 in Henry County.

From: The Fourth or 1821 Land Lottery of Georgia

1830 Newton Co, GA Census

p. 55
Nathan COMBS
males (0-5) ?, (5-10) 2, (15-20) 1, (30-40) 1
females (0-5) 3, (5-10) 1, (10-15) 1, (30-40) 1
Hannah COMBS
females (70-80) 1

1850 Nathan Combs of Walker County owned 2 slaves.

From: The 1850 Census of Georgia Slave Owners" page 67 compiled by Jack F. Cox published by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, Md. 1999.

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