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Marshall County was organized in from Callaway Co., KY in 1842. Adjoining counties are Lyon, Trigg, Calloway, Graves, and Livingston.
1880 Census Marshall Co., KY (transcribed by Tim Combs)

Statons D-209
James COMBS (53/Ky Ky Ky)
with children,
Matilda (20/Ky Ky Ky)
John (3/Ky Ky Ky)
Nora C (1/Ky Ky Ky)

TC Note: They were in Poinsett Co., Arkansas in 1900 Census. James possibly wed Sarah HAMBY 1893; Mary A TIDMORE 1898. Daughter Matilda wed William F Story 1881 in Marshall Ky and they are close by in 1900 Poinsett AR. The last, post 1880, record for James is another possible marriage to Cora Meeks in 1902. Daughter, Nora/Dora, wed a Joseph Snodgrass 1900 and died (?) soon after. Son, John, is in Cleburne Co., Arkansas 1910 with sister Matilda Story. John is possibly at war in 1920 and Matilda is widowed, living with son, Thomas, in Jackson Co., Arkansas. 1930 finds Matilda in Craighead Co., Arkansas and John still lives in Cleburne Co., Arkansas.

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