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Fayette Co., KY is one of Kentucky's earliest counties, established from the state-wide Kentucky County in 1780. In 1785-6, Bourbon was created from Fayette, and in 1788-9, Woodford was created from Fayette. In 1792/3, Clark was est. from Bourbon and Fayette; and in 1798/9 Jessamine was created from Fayette.

The Combs &c. Research Group Proudly Presents the First Electronic Edition of the book,  "Combs, a Study in Comparative Philology and Genealogy" by Josiah H. Combs, Ph.D., University of Paris, Copyright 1976 by Norris K. Combs, Published by Norris K. Combs, Pensacola, Florida, 1976, reprinted 1979, and Electronically reprinted by the Combs &c. Research Group in 1999, including an Introduction, Full Index, Footnotes and (ultimately) Gedcoms.
Index to Fayette Co., KY Combs Records
1780-1819 1820-1849
1850-1899 1900-

Bethel Presbyterian Church (Cemetery) (Extracted by Combs Researcher Lynda Combs Gipson from Kentucky Cemetery Records Vol. III Compiled, edited, and indexed by the Kentucky Society Daughters of the American Revolution, 1969).

Leni Combs 8 Jun 1872 - 21 Mar 1904
Robert Combs 12 Nov 1901 - 7 Dec 1904
Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, Ky ( Extracted by Combs Researcher Carolyn Clendenin unless otherwise noted)

COMBS, Leslie, Nov. 29, 1793- Aug. 22, 1881
COMBS, Mary, wife of Gen. Leslie COMBS. born in Little Compton, R.I., June 16, 1823-Aug. 10, 1857
COMBS, Frank Hubert son ofL. & M. COMBS, Oct. 27, 1866-Dec. 8, 1881 Note: Frank's birth year should say 1856 as he is listed on the 1860 Fayette Co Census, age 4.)
COMBS, Mary Elizabeth daughter of Leslie Jr. & Mary S. COMBS, Oct. 3, 1888-July 6, 1889
COMBS, Leslie son of L. & M. S. COMBS, July 15, 1879-Died 1879


COMBS, Wm. R., May 27, 1786-April 3, 1868


COMBS, (Top of stone gone) daughter of H. T. & M. E. COMBS Aug. 3, 1862-Aug. 2, 1862, Aged 1 yr. 9 mo. 2 da. (dates are as read from book)
COMBS, Georgie L., daughter of H. T. & M. E. , Mar. 28, 1871-Jan. 11, 1872. Aged 1 yr. 2 weeks.
COMBS, Howard Tilford son of Gen. Leslie & Margaret, Apr. 19, 1835-July 16, 1880
COMBS, Harry H., son of H. T. & M. E., Feb. 16, 1838-Aug.18, 1863, Aged 25 yrs. 6 mo. 2 da.

Note: Harry's birth year should probably read 1858, not 1838

COMBS, Mary Eleanor wife of Howard Tilford, July 18, 1836-Dec. 9, 1911

Combs Byram buried 1 Dec 1862 Section N Lot: National Grave: 99 Disposition No 2503 (Extracted by Combs Researcher by Deb Coombs from Lexington Cemetery Database. NOTE: Byram Combs died 20 Nov 1862 at Lexintgon Hospital while serving as a private in the Civil War in Company D 19th Regiment of KY Volunteer Infantry. (Estracted by Debbie Hanks from Garnard Martin.) Also see Byram Reports

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