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of Linn Co, KS
Linn County was created by Kansas Territory from non-county area. in 1855, and due east of Missouri.
1860 Kansas Territorial Census (partial)
Linn, Centerville, Aprap. Co. Page 11
Combs, Welthy, 43, f, TN
(Extracted by Combs Researcher Birdie McNutt from Vol. 7 page 90 of "Kansas Territorial Settlers of 1860 Who were Born in Tennessee, Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina." A Compilation with Historical Annotations and Editiorial Comments By Clara Hamlett Robertson, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1976.)
652/652 Felix Combs 45 m farmer 1800 650 IN
Welthy 43 f TN
Nancy White 14 f MO
Clemenza 10 f MO
Margaret 8 f MO
Ida 4 f KS
Felix Combs 10 m IN
Submitted by dwilson
Note: Could this be Felix G. Coombs of the 1850 Clark Co, IN census. The wife is wrong and the children are different; however, he did have a son Felix, b. c1848. Could he have remarried and the children listed, other than Felix, belonged to his second wife? If so, what happened to the rest of his children. No other candidates for Felix Combs/Coombs can be found in the census indices. In 1880, Felix G. Co(o)mbs of Clark Co., IN., is living with his daughter Arabel Combs GREENWOOD and her husband Thomas per the 1880 Elk Co, KS census.
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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