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Butler Co., KY was organized from Logan & Ohio Counties, KY in 1810.


04 Nov 1817 (Butler Co., KY Marriages) Joseph Combs & Mary BAKER ("Early American Marriages: Kentucky to 1850, Jordan R. Dodd, et al, Precision Indexing Publishers, Bountiful, UT)

Notes: Unidentified; however, see below.


1820 Butler Co., KY Census Index
BERCHFIELD, Abij.,Larkin
BURCHFIELD, Thomas
COMES, Dolly
COMES, Joseph
DILBACK, Abram
DILBACK, Polly
HARRELL, John
LANE, Garrett
PUTNUM, Redines
WHITTAKER, David, Henry, Mark, Thomas
(Census Index: U.S.Selected Counties, 1820, Broderbund CD; i.e.Unreliable! Record Needed!)Note: This census is alphabetical by 1st letter of surname

Notes: Dolly Combs was the widow of Bennett Combs, died ca 1801, Pendleton Co., SC, and the mother of Verlinda, wife of Abraham DUFF, also of Pendleton Co SC; Isabell who married Hazeal PUTNAM (a.k.a. PUTMAN) and Jane who married Reuben WILBANKS, both in Oct 1806 in Warren Co., KY; Rachel who married Abraham DILLBACK in 1817 in Warren Co., KY, Stacy whom Redding PUTMAN in 1812 in Knox Co., IN; Mary who marroed Larkin BURCHFIELD in 1817 in Gibson Co., IN.. Dolly Combs is found in the 1810 Warren Co., KY Census, and in 1822 in Gibson Co., IN; she died in 1838 in Sangamon Co., IL. Note that the 1810 Census showed a young male in Dolly's Household.  Was that Joseph COMES above? Was he possibly an unidentified son?  Except see also Simpson Co., KY. See Also Levi Combs of Wilkes Co., NC & Washington Co., AR


1850 US Census, Butler Co., KY

103

Thomas F. COOMBS 35 Ky farmer $250
Chloe O. 29 KY
Archibald L. 9 KY
Aden H. 8 KY
Walter W. 6 KY
Martha E. 4 KY
Extracted by CombsResearcher Debi Houser from the "Butler County Kentucky 1850 Census" byWest-CentralKentucky Family Research Assoc)

Notes: Thomas Finley COOMBS was the son of Adin COOMBS and Pamelia COOMBS of Hardin Co.. KY where he appears on the 1860 Census. It is not believed these COOMBS were kin to the earlier Combs of this county (later records not researched yet)


1910 Census Woodbury Town, Butler Co., KY ed 30 sh 2A HH 30/30
Miles McCombs, head, 39, married once, married 20 years, KY, KY, KY,  fireman, (?)
Idoma, wife, 39, married once, married 20 years, 6 children, 5 children living, KY, KY, KY
Arther, son, 15, single, KY, KY, KY, laborer, odd jobs
Grace, daughter, 8, KY, KY, KY
Aubra, son, 6, KY, KY, KY
Blanche, daughter 6/12, KY, KY, KY
transcribed by Deb Coombs

NOTE:  Miles McCombs was the son of Charles AJ McCombs of Grayson Co., KY and Eunid, OK  T Sheldon identifies wife Idoma as Iduma J. Deweese


To Be Continued

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