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Hardin is located in the Pennyrile region of the State. The County seat is at Elizabethtown, KY. The county was established in 1792-3 from Nelson, and in 1799, Breckinridge was established from Hardin. In 1804, Green gained land from Hardin and in 1810 Grayson was established from Hardin and Ohio.  In 1823-4,Meade was established from Hardin and Breckinridge; and in 1843, Larue was established from Hardin.

Many of the Hardin Co., KY Combs families were of or related to the Tonolloways group.  The earliest Combs of Hardin Co., KY were recorded here long before Hardin's existence, with Jesse Combs having obtained a survey on 14 Aug 1786, at which time his 510 acres was in Jefferson County (then VA), and later in Nelson, his land described as being "510 acres on the waters of Greene River Severns Valley adj. John WARFORD* and Thomas HELM." (KY Grants 5:318). This was apparently Jesse, son of Joseph Combs, died 1803, Gorges Twp., Fayette Co., PA, based on later Hardin tax records.

*See also Combs-Warford in re Hampshire Co., VA.

See Also The Dr. William Franklin Coombs Manuscript (a descendant of Samuel & Mary [WILKES, CHESTNUT?] Combs of Loudoun Co VA and Nelson Co KY)

Index for Hardin Co., KY Records

1792-1819


1793 (incomplete list), 1794-1797, 1798 (not extant) Hardin Co., KY Personal Property and Land Tax Records, 1793-1821, LDS FHC Film #0008013 (Transcribed by Combs Researcher Denise Mortorff: No Combs
1795 Nelson Co., KY Tax Lists John Combs heirs by Geo ROBERTSON 200 acres in Hardin Co on Ruff (Rough Ck) Sinking Ck

Notes: This appears to be the 200 acres on Rough Creek surveyed 12 Nov 1784 by John Combs (probably earlier in Nelson County). Who was this John Combs? Also noted by Ron Yates: By 1807 George is missing from Washington Co. (Ky) tax list and appears on the 1807 tax list of Hardin Co. and Daniel, George and Stephen Robinson are on the 1810 census of Hardin Co. KY. For more information on George Roberson/Robertson search the archives and the Yatesville Family History site.
31 Oct 1797 Kentucky Land Grants. Grantee: COOMERS [sic], Asa & Saml; Acres: 400; Book: 15, Page: 370; Date Survey: 10-31-1797; County: Hardin; Watercourse: Nolinn (The Kentucky Land Grants, A Systematic Index to All of the Land Grants Recorded in the StateLand Office at Frankfort, Kentucky 1782 --1924, Volume 1, Part 1, Willard Rouse Jillson, Sc.D. (Originally published as Filson Club Publications, Number 33, KY,p. 164)

Notes: Asa and Samuel Combs were brothers, sons of John Combs, died 1801, Nelson Co., KY. Samuel later resided in Green Co., KY (See 1806 Hardin Co., KY Tax List below.) Other grantees on No Linn a.k.a. Nolin, etc. Creek, Hardin Co., KY ca this same time period included: Wm. BARRETT, Richard BIBB, Nicholas BROYL, Jacob FUNK, Richard HARRISON, William HANCOCK, Samuel HAYCRAFT, Benjamin HELM, Andrew HYNES (See below) Edward HOLEMAN, William JOHNSTON, Thomas McINTYRE, Phillip PHILLIPS, the LARUES, Samuel OLDHAM, Peter SHEPHERD, Jacob SHORT, Keturiah TAYLOR, Robert TODD and Henry WORK.
09 Nov 1797 Kentucky Land Grants. Grantee: CALMER [CALMES], Marquis; Acres: 183; Book: 8, Page: 226; Date Survey:11-9-1797; County: Hardin; Watercourse: Otter Creek (The Kentucky Land Grants, A Systematic Index to All of the Land Grants Recorded in the State Land Office at Frankfort, Kentucky 1782 -- 1924,Volume 1, Part 1, Willard Rouse Jillson, Sc.D. (Originally published as Filson Club Publications, Number 33, KY, p. 510)

Notes: Probably son or nephew of Marquis CALMES of Frederick Co., VA, husband of Elizabeth "Betty" Combs (daughter of John & Seth BULLITT Combs, Sr. of Stafford Co., VA)
25 Jul 1798 List of lands in Hardin Co. to be sold to satisfy back taxes of the heirs of John COMBS including among others Samuel CULBERSON and Jacob SHORT (excerpted by Combs researcher Sue Elfving from The Kentucky Gazette 1787-1800 Genealogicaland Historical Abstracts by Karen Mauer Green, Gateway Press, Inc. Baltimore,1983, p. 217 v. XI #618.)
19 Sep1798 The sale of land by George Helm to satisfy overdue taxes due by the heirs of John COMBS including Joseph BUTLER, Samuel CULBISON andothers (excerpted by Combs researcher Sue Elfving from The Kentucky Gazette 1787-1800 Genealogical and Historical Abstracts by Karen Mauer Green, Gateway Press, Inc. Baltimore, 1983, p. 222-3 v.XI #626)
1799 Hardin Co., KY Personal Property and Land Tax Records, 1793-1821, LDS FHC Film #0008013 (Transcribed by Combs Researcher Denise Mortorff
  • COOMBES, Joseph 1 White Male +21 with 2 horses
  • COOMBES, Benjamin 1 White Male +21 with 2 horses
  • COOMBES, Sarah 570 or 510 acres on the watercourse Severns Valley in Hardin Co. (Issued to Jesse COOMBS who is listed as paying taxes 1792 through 1797). 2 horses.
  • COOMBES, Joel 1 White Male+21 [listed immediately after Sarah]
  • COOMBES, Asa 1 W Male +21, 1 Black Total and 1 horse.

    Notes: The above is the first complete tax list for Hardin Co., KY. Jesse Combs apparently died between 1797 and 1799, with Sarah his widow. His son, Joel, married 25 Sep 1801, Shelby Co., KY, Hannah GRIFFITH. They are next found in Clark Co, IN. See land record of 7 Mar 1816 Hardin Co., KY, for dispostion of land.
    15 Jul 1799 (Loose papers of suit Kendall-v-Ewen, Hardin county Kentucky ,1799. co8/e7-cf box 1, bundles 1, 2, 31807-10[JK: Correct dates but the boxes are wrong, some suits as early as 1784; when Hardin had yet to be formed) "Know all men by these presents that we Ruben KENDALL and Yelverton KENDALL and Asa COMBES [Asa is crossed out] are held and firmly bound unto Henry EWIN in the Just and full a sum of two hindred and seventy pounds current money of Kentucky, which payment will and truly to be made to the said Henry EWIN and bind our selves and each our heirs exic. and admin. jointly and severally firmily by thise presints sealed with our seals and dated this 15 day of July 1799" (Extracted by Combs Researcher Joe Kendall from Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives)
    1800 Hardin Co., KY Personal Property and Land Tax Records, 1793-1821 , LDS FHC Film #0008013) (Transcribed by Combs Researcher Denise Mortorff
  • COOMBS, Joseph 50 acres on Gerrits [Dorrits] Run. This land was entered in the name of Jno CARR? 1 WM+21 with 1 horse.
  • COOMBS, Asa 1 WM+21 with 1 Black +21and 2 Blacks Total and 1 horse.
  • COOMBS, Samuel 1WM+21 and 1 horse.
  • COOMBS, Sarah Land listed in Hardin County on Valy [could be an abbreviation for Severns Valley] Entered in the name of And. HYNES and surveyed in the name of Jesse Combs.

    DM Note: The last record (Sarah's) was scratched out but legible. Researcher Carolyn Wimp adds that her transcription shows: Joseph Combs, 50 acres, Dorretts Run [northeastern Hardin near Radcliff]. See land record of 7 Mar 1816 Hardin Co., KY, for dispostion of land. Andrew HYNES Hardin Co., KY land grants included 100 acres surveyed 27 Dec 1785 described as "24 Headed Spring and Nolinn (Book 16:240) and 500 acres surveyed on 02 Jun 1798, described as on Nolinn (Book 12, 328). See also Andrew HYNES in Nelson Co., KY 1797-1800 with Combs.
    Jul 1800 Asa COOMBS appointed Justice of the Peace (excerpted by Combs Researcher Sue Elfving from Kentucky Ancestors v 29 1993-4 #3 - Commissions by Gov. Christopher Greenup 1804-1808)
    Hardin Co., Ky Will Book A (1792-1809) (excerpted by Combs Researcher Debi Kendrick)

    15 Dec 1800 Nicholas BRASHEAR Apprs. Adam Combs, John THOMAS, and Asa KELLAM

    5 Oct 1803 Nicholas BRASHEAR Inventory, Apprs. Thomas A. COOMBS and Isaac HODGENS

    Notes: Adam Combs above is probably aka Adin Combs/Coombs. Thomas A. Coombs above is probably aka Thomas H. Coombs the son of Amos Coombs, brother to Adin. However, see also Combs/Brashear in Nelson Co., KY, Sullivan Co, TN and see also the "mystery" Adam Combs of Hampshire Co., VA. Is it possible that Adam and Thomas were relatives of Nicholas Brashear.
    1801 Hardin Co., KY Personal Property and Land Tax Records, 1793-1821 , LDS FHC Film #0008013 (Transcribed by Combs Researcher Denise Mortorff
  • COOMBES, Asa 400 acres in Hardin County on Nole Linn* . Surveyed in the name of Jno. COOMBES 1 WM+21, 1 Black total and 1 horse, and 1 Tavern License. (*DM: actually says"same" but in reference to the watercourse. Note that "Noe Linn" became Nolin later in records).
  • COOMBES, Sarah 500 [sic] acres on Valley Creek. 2 WM over 16 and under 21, and 4 horses.
  • COOMBES, Adin 50 acres in Nelson County 1WM+21 and 2 horses.
    • COOMBES "same" 1 WM+21 with 2 horses. (But see note below)
    Carolyn Wimp adds that the entry ("same") following Adin was for Samuel COOMBES) Editor notes: Asa Combs was apparently son of John Combs, died 1801, Nelson Co., KY? (See 1806 Hardin Co., KYrecords)
    13 Apr 1801 Hardin Co., KY Deed Bk B FHC Film #0388591 p. 105 (Abstracted by Deb Coombs) Edward RAWLINGS and Sally his wife sold to Asa COOMBS lot 23 in Elizabethtown containing one acre located on corner of Main and Polar for 5 shillings.

    NOTE: This is probably Asa who married 2ndly Zepha Hackley, the son of John Coombs and Alice/Elsie Jolly of Nelson Co., KY.
    13 Apr 1801 Hardin Co., KY Book A, page148. Elizabeth MCGOVERN, John KENNEDY, Asa COOMBS, Nicholas MILLER went a Performance Bond for Elizabeth MCGOVERN and John KENNEDY, Adm. of the estate of Charles MCGOVERN, dec'd, recorded Apr13, 1801 (Excerpted by Combs Researcher Carolyn Wimp from HARDIN CO., KY. WILLS 1793-1866 by Mary Jo Jones for Ancestral Trails Hist. Soc., 1984, McDowell Pub.)
    29 Jul 1801 William R. HYNES exr of Andrew HYNES, deceased, to Edward COOMES 352 acres on Mill Creek of Salt River in Hardin Co., KY for 100 pounds paid in Andrew's lifetime (extracted by Bob Moore from Nelson Co., KY Deed Bk 6 p. 495)
    21 Aug 1801 Hardin Co., KY Deed Bk B FHC Film#0388591 p. 30 (Abstracted by Deb Coombs) Asa COOMBS sold to William N. PEYTON for 85 dollars1 black horse, 3 feather beds, 2 bed quilts, two bedsteads & boards, two trunks, two iron kettles, one pot, one dutch oven, two pair of iron hooks, one tea kettle, one bell, three augers, one chisl,and drawing knife, and 10 acres of corn growing at the place whereon Cuthbert PEYTON now lives.

    NOTE: This Asa is probably the Asa who m. 2ndly Zepha Hackley, son of John Coombs and Alice/Elsie Jolly of Nelson Co., KY
    1802 Hardin Co., KY Personal Property and Land Tax Records, 1793-1821, LDS FHC Film #0008013 (Transcribed by Combs Researcher Denise Mortorff)
  • COMBES, Adin 400 acres in Hardin County on "same" for Nolin 1WM+21 with 3 horses. Entered in the name of P. PHILIPS and surveyed for Combs "same" 50 acres in Nelson County on Simpson Creek.
  • Sarah COOMBS, 500 [sic] acres, Valley Creek
  • COOMBES, Saml 100 acres in Hardin County on Nolin entered in the name of J. LINDER, surveyed for Combs 1 WM+21 with 2 horses.
    18 Oct 1802 Hardin Co., KY Deed Bk B FHC Film #0388591 p. 113 (Abstracted by Deb Coombs) Edward COOMBS and Rebecca his wife of the County of Nelson state of Kentucky sold to Ralph STOVAL of Hardin Co. a tract containing 250 acres lying in Hardin on a branch of Mill Creek known by the name of Douck (?) run for 500 pounds

    NOTE: This is probably Edward Coombs who married Rebecca Wink, and was a son of John Coombs and Alice/ElsieJolly of Nelson Co., KY
    18 Oct 1802 Hardin Co., KY Deed Bk B FHC Film #0388591 p. 115 Edward COOMBS and Rebeckah his wife of the county of Nelson state of Kentucky sold to Adam Emry of the County of Hardin a tract containing 100 acres lying in Hardin on Mill Creek for 50 pounds.

    NOTE: This is probably Edward Coombs m. Rebecca Wink, and was a son of John Coombs and Alice/ElsieJollyof Nelson Co., KY
    1803 Hardin Co., KY Personal Property and Land Tax Records, 1793-1821, LDS FHC Film #0008013) (Transcribed by Combs Researcher Denise Mortorff from

  • Book 1 COOMBES, Adin 289 acres on Nolin 1M+21 and 5 horses
  • Book 2 No Combs (variant spellings included)

    1803 Hardin Co., KY Tax Lists (Additional entries transcribed by Combs Researcher Carolyn Wimp):

  • Joseph Combs, 500 acres
  • Asa Combs
  • Samuel Combs 166 acres on Nolin +84

    Notes: It appears that the 510 acre survey of Jesse Combs, then held by (his widow?) Sarah, is now in the hands of the above Joseph Combs who later resides Adams Co., Mississippi Territory. See 7 Mar 1816 and 24 Mar 1818 Hardin Co., KY land records below.
    05 Oct - 21 Nov 1803 Hardin Co., KY WBB, page-173. Nicholas R. BRASHEAR, appraisal Oct 5, 1803, appraisers were John THOMAS, Aden COOMBS and Isaac HODGEN, recorded Nov 21, 1803 (Excerpted by Combs Researcher Carolyn Wimp from HARDIN CO., KY. WILLS 1793-1866 by Mary Jo Jonesfor Ancestral Trails Hist. Soc., 1984, McDowell Pub.)

    Notes: See 1801-1803 BRASHEAR records above re Thomas H. and Adam [sic] Combs.
    10 Sep 1803 Hardin Co., KY Deed Bk B FHC Film #0388591 p. 257 (abstracted by Deb Coombs): Asa COOMBS and Zelpha his wife of Hardin and Samuel COOMBS and Rachel his wife of the County of Green sell to Adin COOMBS of the County of Hardin 200 acres lying on NoLinn creek being part of a 400 acres survey patented in the name of Asa and Samuel COOMBS for 80 pounds. (abstracted by Deb Coombs)

    NOTE: Samuel Combs married (1) Rachel Grayham 5 Jan 1801 in Green Co., KY. Both Samuel and Asa Coombs were probably the sons of John Coombs and Elsie Jolly of Nelson Co., KY.
    18 Jun 1804 Hardin Co., KY WB B, page194. Robert CRAWFORD, appraisal June 9,1804, Appraisers were Adin COOMBS, Samuel HACKLEY and Benjamin WRIGHT, recorded June 18, 1804 (Excerpted by Combs Researcher Carolyn Wimp from HARDIN CO., KY. WILLS 1793-1866 by Mary Jo Jonesfor Ancestral Trails Hist. Soc., 1984, McDowell Pub.)

    Notes: See Asa & Zilpha HACKLEY Combs, married 1 Nov 1798, Franklin Co., KY.
    1804 Hardin Co., KY Personal Property and Land Tax Records, 1793-1821, LDS FHC Film #0008013) (Transcribed by Combs Researcher Denise Mortorff
  • COOMBES, Joseph 500 acres Hardin County on Severns Valley. 2 WM+21, 1 black under 16, 5 horses.
  • COOMBES, Adin 229 acres Hardin County on Nolin, and 60 acres, 1WM+21, 6 horses. Surveyed for John and _____COOMBES

    and added by Carolyn Wimp:
  • Asa COOMBES, 4 town lots

    also: 1804 Nelson Co., KY Tax Lists
  • May 12 Samuel COOMBS, Jr 117 [171?] acres on Nolin in Hardin Co entered by P. PHILIPS 1 male above 21
  • May 12 Samuel above also had 84 acres on Nolin in Hardin Co entered by J. LINDER
    1805 Hardin Co., KY Personal Property and Land Tax Records, 1793-1821 , LDS FHCFilm #0008013) (Transcribed by Combs Researcher Denise Mortorff

  • Book 1 COOMBES, Adin 245 & 60 acres [same location] survey is in the name of S. COOMBS.
  • Book 2 Combs, Asa 4 acres on Valley Creek and 5 separate 1/2 acres entries in Elizabethtown. 1WM+21 and 1 black total.

    1805 Nelson Co., KY Tax Lists
  • June 8 Samuel Combs 171 acres in Hardin Co. on Nolin entered in P. PHILIPS 1 male above 21
    • same as above 84 acres in Hardin Co. on Nolin entered in J LINDER, patented to A & S Combs

    1806 Hardin Co., KY Tax Lists (Transcribed by Combs Researcher Carolyn Wimp, as are all of the remaining tax lists in this report)
  • Joseph Combs, 500 acres, Freeman Creek
  • Asa Combs, 3 acres on Valley Creek+1/2 lot in Elizabethtown + 3/4 lot in Elizabethtown
  • Adin COOMBES, 245 acres on Nolin +60 on Nolin
    1806 Nelson Co., KY Tax Lists
  • June 12 Samuel COOMBES, Jr 176 [171?] acres in Hardin Co on NoLynn entered in P. PHILIPS, patented A & S COOMBES 1 male above 21
    • same as above 84 acres in Hardin Co on NoLynn entered in Jacob LINDER
    Notes: 1806 is the last year that Asa Combs appears in the records of Hardin Co. He died 07 Oct 1807, and his widow, Zelpha/Zilpha HACKLEY (who married Asa in 1798, Franklin Co., KY) and their children, apparently left the area immediately. They are in Anderson Co., KY by 1830. (See also settlement of Zilpha's Dower rights Hardin Co., KY land record of 9 June 1839 & the Bible Records for Asa's family. The 176 acres held by Samuel Jr. of Nelson Co. appears to be his ½ of the 350 bequeathed by father John Combs, died 1801, Nelson Co., KY. Asa had sold his half of this land previously in 1803.
    Jun 1806 Samuel GIVENS appointed Justice of Peace (excerpted by Combs Researcher Sue Elfving from Kentucky Ancestors v 29 1993-4 #3 - Commissions by Gov. Christopher Greenup1804-1808)
    1807 Hardin Co., KY Tax Lists
  • Adin COOMBS, 229 acres, Nolin + 16acres on Nolin + 60 acres on Nolin
  • Joseph Combs, 500 acres, Valley waters

    1807 Nelson Co., KY Tax Lists:
  • June 11 Samuel COOMBES, Jr 171 acres in Hardin Co on Nolin 1 male above 21
      -- same as above 84 acres in Hardin Co on Nolin entered in Jacob LINDER
    Notes: Samuel Combs I of Chaplin Creek, Nelson Co., KY
    22 Feb 1808 Hardin Co., KY WB B, page 291. Adin COOMBS purchaser at the estate of Thomas MCINTIRE, Feb 22, 1808 (Excerpted by Combs Researcher Carolyn Wimp from HARDIN CO., KY WILLS 1793-1866 by Mary Jo Jones for Ancestral Trails Hist. Soc., 1984, McDowell Pub.)
    1808 Hardin Co., KY Tax Lists
  • Adin COOMBS, 229 acres, Nolin +16 acres, Nolin +60 acres, Nolin

    1808 Nelson Co., KY Tax Lists:
  • June 1 Samuel COOMBES 171 acres in Hardin Co. on Nolin entered in P.P. surveyed by A.C. patented A.S. 1 male above 21
    • same as above 84 acres in Hardin Coon Nolin entered in J.L.
    Notes: Again, this appears to be Samuel, son of John died 1801, Nelson Co., KY.
    1809 Hardin Co., KY Tax Lists:
  • Joseph COMBES, 310 Valley Creek
  • Adin COMBES, 229 acres, Nolin +16 acres, Nolin
  • Samuel COMBES, 171 acres, Nolin +84 acres, Nolin

    Notes: Who was Joseph COMBES of Valley Creek?
    23 Jan 1810 (HARDIN CO., KY. MARRIAGES 1793-1829, complied by Mary Josephine Jones for Ancestral Trails Historical Society,1996 by McDowell Publications) extracted by Combs Researcher Carolyn Wimp) Samuel COOMBS -Polly BRISCOE Surety Walter BRISCOE

    Notes: Samuel Combs, Jr., born 7 Jun 1760, Loudoun Co, VA, son of Samuel & Mary WILKES Combs, Sr. was almost 50 years old at this time? Also note that based on the 1809 Nelson and Hardin Co., KY, tax lists, Samuel of Nelson Co with 171 + 84 acres in Hardin, has removed to Hardin Co. Note also that this is the date for the bond and the image can be viewed at the website of the Hardin Co., KY Clerk in Marriage Bk A p 34.
    ca Jul 1810 Sarah Combs dismissed by letter from the Severn Valley Baptist Church by letter July 18?? (cut off by copier) (Combs researcher Denise Mortoff from copies of original church records of Severn's Valley Baptist Church, cover the period of 1803-1845. The original records were located in the Library Archives of the Baptist Theological Seminary of Louisville, KY. MSS 286.1769 V2. Entry 35)
    1810 Hardin Co., KY Tax Lists:
  • Joseph COOMBS, 500
  • Adin COOMBES, 229+16 acres, Nolin+60 acres, Nolin
  • Samuel COOMBES, 84 acres, Nolin +177 [171?]
    1810 Hardin Co., KYCensus

    p. 283 John STACY: 00011-01001-00
    (Census CD - unreliable transcription)

    p. 284 Adin COOMBES 2 males under 10, 2 males 10-16m, 1 male 16-26, 1 male 26-45 2 females under 10, 1 female 10-16, 1 female 16-45

    p. 297 Sam'l COOMBES 1 male 45 and over 1 female under 10, 1 female 26-45 (Transcribed by Combs Researcher Carolyn Wimp from microfilm copy)

    p. 301 John DODSON: 1 male 45+; 1 f 26-45; 4 f 10-16; 3 f -10

    p. 302 Jesse DODSON: 1 m 16-26; 1 f 16-26; 1 m under 10; 1 f under 10 (Census CD - unreliable transcription)

    Notes: (1) According to Combs Researcher Barbara Stacy Mathews,John STACY (son of Benjamin & Ann Combs Stacy, Sr.) married Lucy SKAGGS, a daughter of Henry SKAGGS, who died testate 1810, Green Co., KY w/John on the 1800 Green Co., KY tax list. (2) Both Adin and Samuel Combs were born pre-1765 per their burial records (Red Mills Cem., Hardin), and are Adin, Sr. and Samuel, Jr., son of Samuel and Mary WILKES Combs, Sr. of Loudoun Co, VA and Nelson Co, KY. (3) Based on Pulaski Co., KY records, Jesse Combs who married 1793, Halifax Co., VA, Judith "Judah" Combs (daughter of George & Phoebe Combs), was residing in Hardin Co., KY in 1816 (see below), but the above Jesse DODSON, b 1784-1794 would have been too young to have been that Jesse DODSON. See 1816 notes below.
    1811 Hardin Co., KY Tax Lists
  • Samuel Combs, 171 acres, Nolin +81 acres, Nolin
  • Adin COOMBS, 229 acres, Nolin +16 acres, Nolin +60
  • Joseph COOMBS, 510 Valley Creek
    1812 Hardin Co., KY Tax Lists:
  • Samuel COOMBS, 171 acres, Nolin +84 acres, Nolin
  • Thomas COOMBS
  • Adin COOMBS, 229 acres, Nolin +16 acres, Nolin +60 acres, Nolin
    1813 Hardin Co., KY Tax Lists
  • Adin COOMBS, 305 acres, Nolin
  • Samuel COOMBS, 171 acres, Nolin +84 acres, Nolin
    30 Sep 1813 (recorded 6 Oct 1829) Hardin Co., KY Deed Bk L FHC Film #0388596 p.123 (extracted by Deb Coombs) Josiah E. BESTof Hardin County State of Kentucky have bargained and sold unto Amos COOMBS and Thomas COOMBS both of the County of Nelson and State aforesaid a certain tract or parcel of land situate in the county of Hardin and on the waters of Nolin:”… my hand and seal 30 day of September 1813 Josiah E. BEST teste Walter BRISCOE Saml COOMBS. NOTE: NOT Recorded until 6 Oct 1829 when the land was sold by the heirs of Amos.
    1814 Hardin Co., KY Tax Lists
  • Adin COOMBS, 300 acres, Nolin
  • Samuel COOMBS, 150 acres, Nolin
  • Amos COOMBS, 120 acres, Nolin
  • Thomas COOMBS, 120 acres, Nolin

    Notes: Samuel with 171 + 84 no longer on this list, but Samuel with 150 is. Samuel with 171 + 84 may have been the son of John and Samuel with 150, son of Samuel?
    11 Apr 1814 Hardin Co., KY Court Orders 1812-1824 FHC #0390777 (extracted by Sue Elfving): Thomas COOMBS appointed patroller of ---. Thos Coombs to be appointed Capt of the Patrol (HC-COBC1:136)
    13 Apr 1814 Hardin Co., KY Deed Bk E FHC Film #0388593 p. 153 (Abstracted by Deb Coombs) Josiah E. Best and Martha his wife sold to Samuel COOMBS 69 acres being part of David Leechs 1000 acre Survey for $80.

    NOTE: This is Samuel Coombs who married Polly Briscoe; Josiah Best married Martha Coombs 06 September 1797 in Nelson Co., KY; both Samuel and Martha were children of Samuel Coombs of Loudoun Co.,VA and Nelson Co., KY according to the WF Coombs manuscript. Martha Coombs Best was not named in the court case of Mary Wilks vs. Samuel Coombs, desceased of 30 Sep 1825.
    23 Apr 1814 Hardin Co.,KY Deed Bk E FHC Film #0388593 p. 152 (abstracted by Deb Coombs): Samuel COOMBS and Polly his wife sold to Josiah E. BEST both of Hardin Co., KY 54¾ acres being a part of the survey now belonging to Samuel lying on the North side of Nolinn for 80 dollars.

    NOTE: Josiah Best married Martha Coombs 06 September 1797 in Nelson Co., KY; both Samuel (above) and Martha were children of Samuel Coombs of Loudoun Co., VA and Nelson Co., KY according to the WF Coombs manuscript.
    21 Jun 1814 Hardin Co., KY Deed Bk G FHC Film #0388594 p. 331 (extracted by Deb Coombs) “I Hereby release unto Adin COOMBS his Heirs and assigns all my right title and interest I may now hold to a Negro woman named Lucy which was mortgaged to me by said COOMBS on thee 21st day of June 1814 as witness my hand and seal this 23rd day of Dec. 1818 William R. HYNES witn Robert MCLURE George MATHIS
    1814, 1815, 1818, 1831 Extracted by Wanda Lee Whitney from the History of Kentucky, Vol VII by Lewis Collins, 1882, p. 307 & continued on p. 775: Adin Coombs served in the House of Representatives for Hardin Co., KY. (He also served in the House of Representatives for Hart Co., KY in 1822 and 1825)

    NOTE also that Adam Coombs aka Adin was commissioned with opening Nolinn Creek for navigation and established a mill on the creek Extracted by WLW from Smith's Index to Letters Laws of Kentucky by WT Smith, 1951, p. 40. See also manuscript of W. F. Coombs, M.D and the court case of 30 Sep 1825 Mary Wilks vs Samuel Coombs deceased.
    1815 Hardin Co KY Tax Lists
  • Adin COOMBS, 245 acres, Nolin
  • Thomas COOMBS, 120 acres, Nolin
  • Samuel COOMBS, 150 acres, Nolin
  • Amos COOMBS, 120 acres, Nolin
    23 Oct - 13 Nov 1815 Hardin Co., KY Will book B, pge 261.Samuel Combs-appraisal, Oct 23, 1815, appraisers were James CRUTCHER, Samuel MARTIN and Samuel STEVENSON, Recorded Nov 13, 1815 (Excerpted by Combs Researcher Carolyn Wimp from HARDIN CO., KY. WILLS 1793-1866 by Mary Jo Jones for Ancestral Trails Hist. Soc., 1984, McDowell Pub.)

    See also the court case of 30 Sep 1825 Mary Wilks vs Samuel Coombs deceased.
    1816 Hardin Co., KY Tax Lists
  • Thomas COOMBS, 120 acres, Nolin
  • Adin COOMBS, 222 acres, Nolin
  • Polly COOMBS, 150 acres, Nolin

    Notes: Samuel Combs, Jr., son of Samuel & Mary WILKES Combs, Sr., died 22 Aug 1815, Hardin Co., KY (See Red Mill, Hardin Co., KY Cemetery Records), and the above Polly, is his widow, Mary "Polly" BRISCOE, whom he married in Hardin KY in 1809.
    7 Mar 1816 recorded 29 Jan 1818 Hardin Co., KY Deed Bk F p.262 FHC Film #0388593 (extracted and abstracted by Deb Coombs)
    Mississippi Territory of the United States Adams County
    “Be it known that I Joseph COOMBS of the Territory and County aforesaid do hereby constitute & appoint my Brother John COOMBS my attorney in fact to sign and affix my name and seal in my behalf to a Deed of Conveyance for a Certain piece (sic) of Land lying in Hardin County Kentucky on Valley Creek adjoining the lands of Thomas HELMS John WARFORDS Survey to James CRUTCHENS the said piece of land Contains five hundred acres owned in common by my Mother Sarah COOMBS, John COOMBS, myself Jesse COOMBS and David COOMBS He the said John COOMBS as my attorney in fact is to do and perform all and every act in this behalf for me and I do hereby promise to ratify and confirm and the same is hereby ratified and confirmed allthe acts and Deeds of the said John COOMBS that may be done by him in this behalf In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 7th day of March 1816 Joseph COOMBS in presence of us Moses RICHARDSON Thomas HENDERSON”

    NOTE: See 24 Mar 1818 Hardin Co., KY when land was sold.
    25 Mar 1816 Pulaski Co., KY. 2:529. Alexander HITTSON and Samuel DODSON of Halifax Co, VA to Jesse DODSON of Hardin Co., KY, 1/8 part each (except for 1 town lot given to Sam'l DODSON) of a tract of land formerly the prop. of Wm. DODSON, dec'd, which fell to his father, Thomas DODSON, dec'd, and by him willed to the legatees: Wm. JOHNSON, James JOHNSON, Stephen JOHNSON, Alexander HITTSON, Jesse DODSON, the heirs of Thos. DODSON, Jr., and Samuel DODSON, adj. the Town of Somerset, Pulaski Co., KY. Ack: 25 Mar 1816 bef the ct. in Halifax Co., VA by Alex. HITTSON and Samuel DODSON.
    8 Apr 1816 Hardin Co., KY WB B, page 281. Samuel COOMBS-report of sale. Principal purchaser was : Mrs Polly COOMBS. Other purchasers were: Thomas KOONROD, Robert BLEAKELY, Henry LEASER, Edward WILSON, Josiah E. BEST, Adin COOMBS, Thomas SMALLWOOD, Benjamin MOORE, William KINGCADE, Walter BRISCOE, Samuel MARTIN, Adam MONAN, Isaac THOMAS, James CRUTCHER, Hezekiah SMALLWOOD, Moses BLACK, William JACKSON, Thomas COOMBS, Jacob BOOHER, Gabriel WATHEN, Jonathan SHEPHERD, Jonathan PADDOX, recorded Apr 8, 1816 (Excerpted by Combs Researcher Carolyn Wimp from HARDIN CO., KY. WILLS 1793-1866 by Mary Jo Jones for Ancestral Trails Hist. Soc., 1984, McDowell Pub.)

    Notes: (1) Samuel, Jr., son of Samuel and Mary WILKES Combs, and husband of Polly BRISCOE. (2) Carolyn Wimp adds: According to TWO CENTURIES IN ELIZABETHTOWN AND HARDIN Co., KY, 1776-1976 by Daniel McClure, published by the Hardin Co. Historical Soc., 1979, Hezekiah SMALLWOOD and wife Frankie OWENS Smallwood came to Hardin Co., from Va. about 1800. According to HAYCRAFTS HISTORY OF ELIZABETHTOWN, KENTUCKY, published by the Hardin Co. Hist. Society, 1975: " I have not been able to learn to a certainty the place of birth, but the early part of his days were spent in Alexandria [then Fairfax Co], Va., near the District of Columbia." (This was in regard to Hezekiah SMALLWOOD, according to Samuel HAYCRAFT, an early local historian of Elizabethtown and Hardin Co.). (3) See also Combs-Smallwood of Bath Co., KY and Charles Co., MD. (4) See also Combs-Booher Connections, including re Frederick Co., MD where Samuel, Jr.'s brother, Adin, married Pamela WILLIAMS.
    20 Apr 1816 Pulaski Co, KY 3:068 Jesse DODSON of Hardin KY to Galen P. ELLIOTT for $300, 3/8 part of a tract adj. Somerset, dev. to Jesse DODSON by his father, Thos. DODSON, dec'd "as heir at law of Wm. DODSON, dec'd."

    Notes: The above Jesse DODSON was the son of Thomas "2nd Fork" DODSON of Halifax Co, VA and Hawkins Co, TN Samuel was his brother, and Alexander HITTSON (a.k.a.HITT and EIDSON) was his brother-in-law (married Rhoda DODSON). Jesse is not found on the 1820 Pulaski Census, and may have been the same who was in White Co, TN 1818-1820+, husband of Judith "Judah" Combs, daughter of George & Phebe Combs. See also 1810 Hardin census.
    12 Aug 1816 Hardin Co., KY WB B, page 336. Samuel COOMBS-supplemental appraisal Mar 9, 1816. Adm-Walter BRISCOE. recorded Aug 12, 1816 (Excerpted by Combs Researcher Carolyn Wimp from HARDIN CO., KY. WILLS 1793-1866 by Mary Jo Jones for Ancestral Trails Hist. Soc.,1984, McDowell Pub.)
    9 Nov 1816 Hardin Co., KY Court Orders 1812-1824 FHL#0390777 (extracted by Sue Elfving): It appearing to the satisfation of the court that Asa COOMBS late of this county hath died intestate leaving an estate on which no person will administer. It is therefore ordered that the sheriff of Hardin County take the same into his hands and dispose thereof agreeable to the law and make return of his proceedings to the court and it is further ordered that Jackson HEDGES, George B. ROGERS, James LARUE and William A. YOUNG or any three of them do after being sworn before magistrate of this county appraise the personal estate and slaves if any of the said decedant and make report thereof at the next term of this court (HC-COBC-1:349)

    NOTE: See land record of 9 June 1839 Hardin Co., KY below.
    1817 Hardin Co., KY Tax Lists:
  • Thomas Coombs, 120 acres, Nolin
  • Polly COOMBS, 45 acres, Nolin
  • Amos COOMBS, 190 acres, Nolin
  • Adin COOMBS, 305 acres, Nolin +150 Henry Co
    19 Jan 1817 Thomas COOMBS married Elizabeth COOMBS Surety Josiah E.BEST Father of bride-Adin COOMBS of Nolin, stated she was of age (extracted by Combs Researcher Carolyn Wimp from HARDIN CO., KY. MARRIAGES 1793-1829, complied by Mary Josephine Jones for Ancestral Trails Historical Society, 1996 by McDowell Publications)

    Notes: Thomas, son of Amos & Tacy DRAKE Combs, married (1) Elizabeth, daughter of Adin and Pamelia WILLIAMS Combs. Josiah Edwards BEST married 06 Apr 1797, Nelson Co., KY, Martha "Patty" Combs (Nelson Co., KY marriages and W. F. Coombs Manuscript). Following death of Elizabeth, Thomas removed to Henry Co., KY where he married in 1827, Paulina ASHBURN. He left a will in Henry Co., KY in 1834.
    14 Apr 1817 Hardin Co., KY W B C. Samuel COOMBS-Allotment of widow's Dower. Widow-Mary COOMBS. Commissioners-Jno KENNEDY, Samuel MARTIN and Elsworth OWSLEY. Produced in Court Apr 14, 1817 (Excerpted by Combs Researcher Carolyn Wimp from HARDIN CO., KY. WILLS 1793-1866 by Mary Jo Jones for Ancestral Trails Hist. Soc., 1984, McDowell Pub.)
    2 May 1817 Hardin Co., KY Will book C, page 38. Benjamin KENDALL-appraisel May 2, 1817, appraisers were Adin COOMBS, Richard DORSEY and Abraham LUCAS, produced in court May 12,1817 (Excerpted by Combs Researcher Carolyn Wimp from HARDIN CO., KY. WILLS 1793-1866 by Mary Jo Jones for Ancestral Trails Hist. Soc., 1984, McDowell Pub.)

    Denise Mortorff notes: Benjamin Kendall who was from Stafford County,VA, lived in Nelson Co., KY for awhile and also lived on Nolin Creek in Hardin County in the early 1800's. He would be a contemporary of William Kendall who married Cicy Brown. I believe Benjamin is likely a descendant of William and Elizabeth Combes Kendall since he married into the Alexander Jamison family according to a Rev. War pension application which includes an affidavit showing his marriage in Stafford County, VA. Alexander Jamison shows up in the will of Joshua Brown, father of Cicy Brown Kendall. The families were very close.
    3 May 1817 Hardin Co., KY Deed Bk F FHC Film #0388593 p. 126 (extracted by Deb Coombs) “Know all men by these presents that I Joshua Hobbs of Henderson County in the Commonwealth of Kentucky for and in consideration ofthe Sum of one Dollar Current money of the United States to me in hand paid by Mary COOMBS of the County of Hardin in the same commonwealth acknowledge Have granted bargained sold and delivered” … “unto the said Mary COMBS and to her heirs”…four Negro slaves now in the possession of her the said Mary COMBS to wit Cellia a Negro woman about nineteen years of age” … “and her three children Ben about four years old Letitia about two years old and George about five or six months old”… Please NOTE: Ternminology is that of the Clerk of Hardin in 1817

    NOTE: See also the court case of 30 Sep 1825 Mary Wilks vs Samuel Coombs deceased.
    2 June 1817 Hardin Co., KY Deed Bk F FHC Film #0388593 (extracted by Deb Coombs): "Article of an agreement made and conformed this second day of June one thousand eight hundred and seventeen Between Dudley ROUNDTREE & Adin COOMBS both of the County of Hardin and State of Kentucky is as follows the said ROUNDTREE doth let the said Coombs have half of the House wherein said Coombs hath fixed out his goods in the Town of Munfordvill until the first day of January next without any rent and in asmuch as the said COOMBS hath not a free aportment of merchandiz to answer the demand of the place and not having the opportunity of adding thereto this season the said ROUNDTREE doth agree on his part to lay in a small aportment of such articles as in his opinion will answer the demand of the pace for the present season the said parties do mutually agree and bind themselves to keep or cause to be kept by the persons that they may severally employ the said goods that the said COOMBS now hath or (..) and the goods that the sd ROUNDTREE hath agreed to furnish and such other parcels or quantity that either of said parties may have an opportunity of laying in during the time first mentioned or their own separate expenses so separate and distinct & a true record of the several sales & accountz agreeable to their own several Invoices so that the parties may at all times have their own profits clear to them (..) and have their goods so distinctly kept that what should remain at the end of said time may be removed unless understood that the person or persons(..) employed to Superintend the Sale of each parties goods are to be approved of by each party and it is also to be clearly understood that no thing is (..) by this agreement to be taken or construed as a Co partnership the placing of goods in the names above described is merely for an accomodation & whatever (..) actionz may take place between the said parties are to be considered in every point first & Honorable & for a faithful attention to this our agreement we do hereto set our hands the date above written Dudley ROUNDTREE Adin COOMBZ"
    11 Aug 1817 Hardin Co., KY WB C, page 54. Daniel B. POTTER, settlement. Adin COOMBS among those with accounts, recorded Aug 11, 1817 (Excerpted by Combs Researcher Carolyn Wimp from HARDIN CO., KY. WILLS 1793-1866 by Mary Jo Jones for Ancestral Trails Hist. Soc., 1984, McDowell Pub.)
    18 Sep 1817 (Hardin County Kentucky Marriage Records by Frances T. Ingmire, extracted by Combs Researcher, Debi Kendrick) Huston COOMBS - Polly HICKMAN

    Notes: According to the W. F. Coombs manuscript, Houston Combs, was a son of either Jesse or Asa Combs, and grandson of Samuel & Mary WILKES Combs, Sr. According to the court case of 30 Sep 1825 Mary Wilks vs Samuel Coombs deceased, Houston was a son of Asa Coombs. Houston married his cousin, Polly HICKMAN, daughter of Benjamin and Sallie Combs Hickman, grandaughter of Samuel & Mary WILKES Combs, Sr. Coombs adds that Houston lived for a number of years in Bowling Green [Warren Co], Kentucky (Huston Combs [sic] is listed on the 1820-1840 Warren Co KY Census, and in 1850 living in Louisville. Jefferson Co., KY).
    1818 Hardin Co., KY Tax Lists-missing
    24 Mar 1818 Hardin Co., KY Deed Bk F FHC Film #0388593 p. 386 (extracted and abstracted by Deb Coombs) “This Indenture made this twenty fourth day of March one thousand eight hundred and eighteen Between Sarah COOMBS William COOMBS and Rachel his wife Joel COOMBS and Hannah his wife John COOMBS & Susannah his wife Jesse COMBS & Mary his wife David COMBS and Hannah his wife and Joseph COOMBS by the said John COOMBS his attorney in fact of the County of Jefferson and State of Kentucky of the one part and James CRUTCHEN of Elizabeth Town Hardin County and State aforesaid of the other part Witnesseth that the said Sarah COMBS William COMBS & Rachel his wife Joel COMBS and Hannah his wife John COMBS and Susanna his wife Jesse COMBS & Mary his wife David COMBS and Hannah his wife and Joseph COOMBS for and in consideration of the Sum of two thousand five hundred Dollars Current money of the United States to them in hand paid on the thirteenth day of May Eighteen hundred and fifteen by the same James CRUTCHEN the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged Have Granted Bargained and sold” …. “ A certain tract or parcel of land Containing five hundred and ten acres granted by the Commonwealth of Virginia to Jesse COMBS since deceased as assignee of Andrew HYNES by Patent bearing date 14th day of August 1786 lying and being on the waters of Severn Valley Creek near ElizabethTown aforesaid”… Sarah COOMES William COOMBS Rachel COOMBS Joel COOMBS Hannah COOMBES John COOMBES Susannah COOMBES Jesse COOMBES Mary COOMBS David COOMBS Hannah COOMBS Joseph COOMBS- by his atty in fact John COOMBS

    NOTED by Sue Elfing: This Sarah was the wife of Jesse Combs, son of Joseph Combs who died 1803 in Fayette Co., PA Joel, William, and David Combs later resided in Clark Co., IN
    13 Oct 1818 Hardin Co., KY WB C, page-222. David WELCH-settlement. Henry COOMBS had an account, recorded Oct 13,1818. (Excerpted by Combs Researcher Carolyn Wimp from HARDIN CO.,KY. WILLS 1793-1866 by Mary Jo Jones for Ancestral Trails Hist. Soc., 1984,McDowellPub.)
    9 Nov 1818 Hardin Co., KY WBC, page 214. Samuel COOMBS-settlement. Adm.-Walter BRISCOE, Mrs. Mary COOMBS. Accounts with William R. HYNES, Isaac BULY, Daniel WILLIAMS, John KENNEDY, H. G. WINTERSMITH, Cathrine FERGUSON, Richard DORSEY, John GLENN, John PAWLEY, Adin COOMBS, Walter BRISCOE, William P. YOUNG, Thomas WILLIAMS and Jacob BOOKER, recorded Nov 9, 1818 (Excerpted by Combs Researcher Carolyn Wimp from HARDIN CO., KY. WILLS 1793-1866 by Mary Jo Jones for Ancestral Trails Hist. Soc., 1984, McDowell Pub.)
    1819 Hardin Co., KY Tax Lists
  • John COOMBS
  • Tacy COOMBS, 165 on acres, Nolin
  • Edin [Adin?] COOMBS, 220 acres, Nolin+130 Henry co +1 lot in Munfordville (Hart Co)
  • Mary COOMBS
  • Thomas COOMBS, 132 Rolling Fork+264 Rolling Fork

    Notes: Amos Combs died between 1817 when he was taxed for 190 acres and 14 Dec 1818 when Jonathan Shepard sold land to the heirs of Amos (see below.) In 1819, his widow, Tacy (DRAKE) Coombs, was taxed for 165 acres (the remaining 35 acres?) Also note the above 396 acres on Rolling Fork. Was this land, too, in Hardin? Was this the same land that Edward Combs of Nelson Co., KY with the following land grants from 1783? See the following:

    19 Nov 1783 Combs, Edward, 400, A, 306, 11-19-1783, Rolling Fk (Old Kentucky Entries and Deeds by Willard Rouse Jillson, ScD. State Geologist of KY, published by Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. in 1987, p. 189, Book A) Format: Name, Acres, Book, Page, Entry Date, Watercourse)

    19 Nov 1783 Combs, Edward 400, A, 306, 11-19-1783, Lead Cr (Old Kentucky Entries and Deeds by Willard Rouse Jillson, ScD. State Geologist of KY, published by Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. in 1987, p. 189, Book A) Format: Name, Acres, Book, Page, Entry Date, Watercourse)

    See also other Rolling land records in Early Combs to KY and Nelson Co., KY
    14 Dec 1818 Hardin Co., KY Deed Bk K FHC Film #0388595 p. 17 (abstracted and extracted by Deb Coombs) Jonathan Shepard & Amelia his wife sold to “the Heirs and legal representatives of Amos COOMBS deceased late of the said County of Hardin:” a tract containing twenty two acres being part of a tract containing two hundred acres conveyed to Jonathan Shepard by Samuel Haycroft & wife situate and being in the said County of Hardin on Nolinn” for $44.

    NOTE: The heirs of Amos were not named specifically. See land record of 6 Jun 1827 when Thomas H. Coombs sells this piece to Samuel H. Coombs. See also land record of 12 Aug 1828 where heirs of Amos are mentioned.
    10 May1819 Hardin Co., KY WBC, page 264. Samuel COOMBS settlement Mar 9, 1819. Adm-Walter BRISCOE and Polly COOMBS. Recorded May 10, 1819 (Excerpted by Combs Researcher Carolyn Wimp from HARDIN CO., KY. WILLS 1793-1866 by Mary Jo Jones for Ancestral Trails Hist. Soc., 1984, McDowell Pub.)
    12 Jul 1819 Hardin Co., KY Court Orders 1812-1824 FHL #0390777 (extracted by Sue Elfving): On the motion of S--- COOMBS and Samuel COOMBS who took the several oaths required by law and entered into and acknowledged their bond with Joseph E REAT and Adin COOMBS their securite is in the penalty of two thousand dollars conditioned as law directs the administration of the estate of Amos COOMBS deceased granted them (HC-COB C-1:583)
    28 Jul 1819 Hardin Co., KY WBC, page-287. Amos COOMBS-appraisal July 28, 1819. Appraisers: Robert C. SLAUGHTER, Robert TABB, Richard DORSEY, Dickson BURRIS, recorded Oct 11, 1819 (Excerpted by Combs Researcher Carolyn Wimp from HARDIN CO., KY. WILLS 1793-1866 by Mary Jo Jones for Ancestral Trails Hist. Soc., 1984, McDowell Pub.)
    12 Aug 1819 Hardin Co., KY Deed Bk K FHC Film #0388595 p. 197 (extracted by Deb Coombs) …” John MAY Daniel EPES and Polly his wife formerly Polly MAY of the one part and Adin COMBS of the County of Hardin of the other part Witnesseth that whereas the Said parties of the first part in the spring of the year 1814 sold all their undivided interest in a to the hereafter described parcel of land to the said COOMBS” … “granted in the names of John MAY and David ROSS lying in Hardin on the waters of Nolinn Creek”…..
    01 Sep 1819 Hardin Co., KY WB C, page 320. Amos COOMBS-report of sale, Sept 1, 1819. Adm.- Tasa COOMBS and Samuel COOMBS. Purchasers: Polly WILKS, Tasa COOMBS, Robert MCLURE, Robert C. SLAUGHTER, Theophilus, James BLINCO, Samuel COOMBS, Thomas COOMBS, Adin COOMBS, L.B. PARKER, J. SHEPHERD, Thomas WILLIAMS, Ure COOMBS, recorded Apr 10, 1820 (Excerpted by Combs Researcher Carolyn Wimp from HARDIN CO., KY. WILLS 1793-1866 by Mary Jo Jones for Ancestral Trails Hist.Soc.,1984, McDowell Pub.)

    Notes: See 1835 Blincoe-Combs Suit below See also land record of 12 Aug1828 Hardin Co., KY below for listing of heirs of Amos Coombs.
    Undated Hardin Co., KY WBC, page 332. Daniel WAIDE settlement. Adin COOMBS had an account (Excerpted by Combs Researcher Carolyn Wimp from HARDIN CO., KY. WILLS 1793-1866 by Mary Jo Jones for Ancestral Trails Hist. Soc., 1984, McDowell Pub.)
    Continue on to Hardin Co., KY records 1820-1839.

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