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of Tipton Co, IN
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Tipton County was established in 1844 from Cass, Hamilton and Miami. Descendant Counties: None.
For this county: No Combs located in BLM Land Patents. No Combs located on 1830 census for Cass or Miami counties. A William F. Combs was on the 1840 Hamilton Co, IN census, who was missing in 1850 from that county.
1-7-1847 Tipton Co, IN Marriages. Bk 1 p41. COOMS, Abner & CAMERON, Rebecca
(Early Combs Marriages of Indiana)
Notes: Abner not located on 1850 Tipton Census (or elsewhere in Indiana).
(Transcribed by Combs Researcher Debi Houser)
58/58 John Combs 56 M farmer $500 NC cannot read or write
Elizabeth 55 F NC cannot read or write
Lavisa 18 F NC
John 12 M IN attended school within the year 60/60 William Combs 29 M farmer $3-0 NC
Margaret 21 F IN
Theodore 4 M IN
Samuel 2 M IN
Notes: Might this be William and Margaret LEGG Combs who m 3/2/1845, Rush Co, IN? (No Combs in Rush Census, Land or Marriage pre-1851). If so, these Combs may have had ties to Henry Co, IN. John appears to have been in Indiana by 1838, but too many John Combs in 1840 census index to tell which he might have been without transcriptions.
8-26-1851 Tipton Co, IN Marriages. Bk1 p129. Combs, Levicy & SHEIL, Thomas (ibid.)
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