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Michigan became part of the Northwest Territory in 1787 (1783 Treaty of Paris). In 1800 it became part of Indiana Territory, specifically Wayne County, the only original county when Michigan Territory was established in 1805. The following is an initial report of early Combs in Michigan. Note that Combs Research of Michigan has been minimal thus far (although the following does not include all Michigan Records), and researchers should also search our Combs Research List Archives.
Combs &c. Michigan Counties of Record
|Combs BLM Land Patents of Michigan||Index|
|Clinton New 7 Sep 2009||Records|
|Oceana New 20 Jan 2009||Records|
Earliest Combs of Michigan
1833 Petition to Congress for a railroad to connect Lakes
Erie and Michigan
Charles Combs (2)
1834 Petition to construct a territorial road from Sheldon
to the mouth of the St. Joseph's River, Michigan Territory
15 Oct 1835. Washtenaw County. BLM Land Margaret COOMBS
10 Sep 1838. Kalamazoo County. BLM Land Margaret COOMBS
1 May 1839 Allegan County BLM Land. Margaret Combs
1 May 1839 Berrien County BLM Land. Margaret Combs
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