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Kansas became a state on 29 Jan 1861, the thirty-fourth. The population then was about 110,000 consisting mostly of Southerners and New Englanders with a sprinkling from Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky.
|Milton C. Combs||Bio|
|William J. Combs||Bio|
|Lester Martin Combs||Bio|
|HIRAM JEFFRIES Mr. Jeffries was married to Miss Martha Combs, a daughter of Joseph Combs||Bio|
|L. W. & JAMES P. DUNCAN s/o Henry Duncan and Polly (Sally in Lewis Wallace Duncan Bio) Combs of Bath Co, KY||Bio|
|John M. Price, married, his second wife Miss Elizabeth Combs, of Clark Co, KY.||Bio|
Combs &c. Kansas Counties of Record
|Cherokee created as McGhee Co||Records|
|Ford New 2 Jul 2008||Records|
|McGhee (Now Cherokee)||Records|
|Neosho created as Dorn Co||Records|
|Wabaunsee New 3 Feb 2009||Records|
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