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Johnson County was created by Kansas Territory in 1855 from non-county areas. On 29 Jan 1859 lost land to Wyandotte County upon it's creation and was an original county when Kansas was admitted to the Union as a state on 29 Jan 1861.


20 Aug 1879 (Johnson Co, KS Marriage Records, Book C, p. 462) James R. Combs & Mary S. [sic] CAMPBELL

(Marriage Records of Johnson County, Kansas Book 'C' 1870 - 1879,)

Transcribed by Maureen K. Reed, May 28., 1997

Notes: James R. Combs was the s/o Joseph A. and Sarah Elizabeth KIRK Combs (m 2 Feb 1854, Montgomery Co KY) of Cass Co, MO. James R. was b 22 May 1855, Mt. Sterling, Montgomery Co, KY; d. 24 Oct 1922, Rooks Co, KS; m. (1) 20 Aug 1879, Johnson Co, KS, Mary E. (Molly) CAMPBELL; (2) 3 Feb 1889, Rooks Co, KS, Alice Ann SAMMONS.


14 Jan 1953 Combs, Clyde E. 1953/01/14; vol. 018; p. 0479; accession 00-01-05-02; location 92-369.017

Will Records in the Johnson County Archives in Olathe, KS.


Important: All Records collected for this county may not have been added here as yet. See also the Combs Research List Archives

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