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Benton County was established in 1835 from Pettis and St. Clair Counties. In 1841, Kinderhook (renamed Camden in 1843) was est. from Benton and Pulaski. In 1845, Hickory was est. from Benton and Polk.


1840 Benton Co, MO Census Index

No Combs


1850 Benton Co, MO Census

Submitted by Sue Elfving

Union Twp

p. 286, 17 Sept. 1850

183/183 Wesley Coombs, 39 m w farmer KY
Elizabeth Combs, 32 f w KY
Elizabeth Combs, 18 f w IL
Lucy A Combs, 10 f w MO
George G? Combs, 9 m w MO
Sarah Combs, 7 f w MO
Lucretia Combs, 5 f w MO
Joseph Combs, 1 m w MO

Notes: Wesley's surname spelled with “oo” while rest of family with only “o”.
Wesley Combs was on the 1840 Rives (renamed Henry in 1845) Co, MO Census.


28 Jul 1853 Combs Elizabeth and SCAGGS James (Index Benton Co., MO Marriages Book A 1839-1865, p. 173, USGenweb Benton Co., MO website)

Submitted by Sue Elfving


27 Sep 1857 Combs Lucy and DAWSON William (Index Benton Co., MO Marriages Book A 1839-1865, p. 233, USGenweb Benton Co., MO website)

Submitted by Sue Elfving


1860 Benton Co, MO Census

Submitted by Sue Elfving

Twp 59 Range 20

Warsaw PO

p. 293, July 4 1860

#330/328 Westley Combs, 49, m Farmer KY RE=$468, PP=$705
Elizabeth, 43 f KY
George, 18 m F L MO
Sarah, 17 f MO
Lucretia, 14 f MO
Joseph, 11 m MO
Eliza, 5 f MO
Martha, 2/12 f MO


1860 - 1869 COMBS Wesley (Index WB1, p.157) (Source: Benton County, Missouri - Index to Will Book #1 May 1839 to September 1869, USGenweb Benton Co., MO website)

Submitted by Sue Elfving


10 Mar 1862 Benton Co, MO Marriage Records. Schuyler MCFARLAND and Mary Combs by Isaac ENGLAND MG filed 21 Feb 1863

(Excerpted by Combs Researcher Joyce W. Kahre from MARRIAGE RECORDS BENTON CO, MO 1839 - 1895, Book, Warsaw City Library, Benton Co., MO compiled by Joyce)


4 May 1863 Benton Co, MO Marriage Records. George Combs and Harriet JOHNSON by Levi BYBEE, MG

(Excerpted by Combs Researcher Joyce W. Kahre from MARRIAGE RECORDS BENTON CO, MO 1839 - 1895, Book, Warsaw City Library, Benton Co., MO compiled by Joyce)


28 Dec 1866 Benton Co, MO Marriage Records. Wm. GALBREATH and Creasy Combs by Isaac ENGLAND MG

(Excerpted by Combs Researcher Joyce W. Kahre from MARRIAGE RECORDS BENTON CO, MO 1839 - 1895, Book, Warsaw City Library, Benton Co., MO compiled by Joyce)


14 Jun 1867 Benton Co, MO Marriage Records. Joseph Combs and Paragh Lee FAGG, by Levi BYBEE MG

(Excerpted by Combs Researcher Joyce W. Kahre from MARRIAGE RECORDS BENTON CO, MO 1839 - 1895, Book, Warsaw City Library, Benton Co., MO compiled by Joyce)


1870 Benton Co, MO Census

Submitted by Sue Elfving

Union Twp

Warsaw PO

p. 286, 3 Aug. 1870

William GELBRETH, 40 m w Farmer IN, RE=$240, PP=$371
Esther, 35 f w, Keeping house IN
John, 12 m w at home IN
Martha, 8 f w, at home IN
George, 6 m w at home IN
William, 4 m w at home IN
Preston, 2 m w at home MO

(Source: Heritage Quest original images)

Note: One Creasy Combs married 28 Dec 1866 Wm GALBREATH. Are Creasy and Esther the same? In the 1880 census (spelled Wm W GALBRAITH), his wife is listed as Mary L. , age 35, b. MO with mother b. in KY. Could she be Wesley's daughter Lucretia and her age just given incorrectly in the 1870 census, or is she a second or third wife?

p. 289-90, Aug. 5 1870, (ink smears on page)

83/83 Scuyler McFARLAND, 31 m w Farmer MO, RE=$1500, PP=$880
Sarah, 26 f w, Keepinghouse MO
William, 3 m w at Home MO (name very hard to read)
Charles, (blank) m w at Home MO
George ENGLAND, 12 m w Farm Hand MO
Elizabeth Combs, 52 f w, Keepinghouse KY
Eliza, 15 f w, no occupation MO

Note: Marriage records show Mary Combs married Schuyler McFARLAND 10 Mar 1862. Could her name have been Mary Sarah or is marriage record/and or transcription in error? She carries the middle initial of "J" in her 1880 record. Elizabeth Combs, widow? of Wesley Combs, is living in Sarah's household that is next door to Wesley's son George Combs.

84/84 Georg Combs, 29 m w Farmer MO, RE=$500, PP=$404
Harriet, 27 f w, Keepinghouse MO
Henry, 6 m w at home MO
Albert, 2 m w at home MO
Senther, 1/12 m w at home MO (shown as Edward in 1880 Polk Co., AR census)

Note: Appears to be same George and Harriett Combs in 1880 Polk Co, AR census.

87/87 Joseph Combs, 21 m w Farmer MO, RE=$820, PP=$100
Paralee, 22 f w, Keepinghouse MO
Charles, 3 m w at home MO
John, 2/12 m w at home MO

Lindsey Twp

Cole Camp PO

p. 264 , 19 July 1870

117/125 Combs Benjamin, 39 m w Farmer KY RE=$1000, PP=$400
Esther, 38 f w, Keeping House OH
William O, 17 m w Farmer MO
George F, 16 m w Farmer MO
Ella E, 12 f w, At Home MO
Mary S, 10 f w, At Home MO
Susan E, 8 f w MO
John B, 7 m w MO
Sussel C, 6 m w MO
Charles, 4 m w MO
Clara M, 2 f w MO

Note: Benjamin and wife Ester were first in Bates Co, MO in 1860

TOM TWP

Cole Camp PO

p. 281, July 9 1870

109/115 JOY, Francis M, 37 m w Farmer MO, RE=$800, PP=$150
Malinda, 33 f w, Keeping house MO
Joel T, 14 m w at home MO
James H, 12 m w at home MO
Melvin D, 11 m w at home MO
Thadeus, 8 m w at home MO
Susan H, 4 f w, at home MO
Lucinda, 8/12 f w, at home MO
Combs, Mary V, 13 f w, at home MO
FERGUSON, James, 22 m w Laborer MO
FERGUSON, Henry F, 26 m w Laborer MO, PP=$300

(Source: Heritage Quest Original census images)


1876 Benton Co, MO Census
(partial?)

Township 39, Range 22

Combs: Jackson 21/45
John -10
James M. -10
Frank -10
Nancy S. -10
Martha -10

Township 41, Range 23

Combs, B.B. 45+
Esther 45+
George C. 21/45
Ella E. 18/21
Mary 10/18
Susan 10/18
John 10/18
Russel 10/18
Charles -10
Clara -10
Hattie - 10
Effie -10
Allie -10

(Combs Researcher Barbara Mathews)

Notes: Benjamin B. Combs, s/o William Richardson & Elizabeth BLANTON Combs of Fayette Co, KY; m Esther LUDWIG (See below) Benjamin first removed from Kentucky to Bates Co, MO (per Combs Land of Missouri?)


10 Apr 1879 Benton Co, MO Marriage Records. Andrew J. Combs and Elizabeth A. COPELAND by M. L. MCFARLAND MG

(Excerpted by Combs Researcher Joyce W. Kahre from MARRIAGE RECORDS BENTON CO, MO 1839 - 1895, Book, Warsaw City Library, Benton Co., MO compiled by Joyce)


1880 Benton Co, MO Census

Lindsey

p.305D

Benj. COMBS Self, M Male W 48 KY KY KY Farming
Esther COMBS Wife, M Female W 48 OH PA PA
George COMBS Son, S Male W 25 MO KY PA Farming
Ella COMBS Dau, S Female W 21 MO KY OH
Mary COMBS Dau, S Female W 19 MO KY OH
Susan COMBS Dau, S Female W 17 MO KY OH
John COMBS Son, S Male W 15 MO KY OH Farming
Charlie COMBS Son, S Male W 12 MO KY OH Farming
Caroline COMBS Dau, S Female W 11 MO KY OH Farming
Hattie COMBS Dau, S Female W 9 MO KY OH
Effie COMBS Dau, S Female W 7 MO KY OH
Allie COMBS Dau, S Female W 4 MO KY OH

(Source: Family History Library Film 1254674, NA Film Number T9-0674, Page Number 305D)

Fristoe

p.358B

Andrew J. COMBS Self M Male W 43 TN --- NC Farming
Elizabeth COMBS Wife M Female W 40 TN --- --- House Keeping
Jno. L. COMBS Son S Male W 13 MO TN TN
James M. COMBS Son S Male W 11 MO TN TN
William F. COMBS Son S Male W 9 MO TN TN
Nancy L. COMBS Dau S Female 7 MO TN TN
Nancy COUPLAND SSister S Female W 16 MO TN TN
Mary J. COUPLAND SDau S Female W 14 MO TN TN
James COUPLAND SSon S Male W 12 MO TN TN
Samuel COUPLAND SSon S Male W 9 MO TN TN

(Source: Family History Library Film 1254674, NA Film Number T9-0674, Page Number 358B)

Union

p. 365C

Schyler MCFARLAND Self M Male W 40 MO MO KY Farmer
Sarrah J. MCFARLAND Wife M Female W 37 MO IL KY Keeping House
William MCFARLAND Son S Male W 13 MO MO MO
Wesley MCFARLAND Son S Male W 12 MO MO MO
Barbara MCFARLAND Dau S Female W 8 MO MO MO
Ellis MCFARLAND Son S Male W 6 MO MO MO
Lucy MCFARLAND Dau S Female W 4 MO MO MO
Elizebeth MCFARLAND Dau S Female W 2 MO MO MO

(Source: Family History Library Film 1254674, NA Film Number T9-0674)


Aug 5, 1880 Benton Co, MO Marriage Records. George C. Combs and Laura KINKEAD by W. B. LAWTON, MG

(Excerpted by Combs Researcher Joyce W. Kahre from MARRIAGE RECORDS BENTON CO, MO 1839 - 1895, Book, Warsaw City Library, Benton Co., MO compiled by Joyce)


1 Oct 1880 Benton Co, MO Marriage Records. Ella Combs and Zebulon VICKERS by W. S. WEIRD, MG at home of brides father

(Excerpted by Combs Researcher Joyce W. Kahre from MARRIAGE RECORDS BENTON CO, MO 1839 - 1895, Book, Warsaw City Library, Benton Co., MO compiled by Joyce)


Sep 27 ____ [JWK: I forgot to write down the year] Benton Co, MO Marriage Records. William DAWSON and Lucy Combs by Wm. THURSTON JP

(Excerpted by Combs Researcher Joyce W. Kahre from MARRIAGE RECORDS BENTON CO, MO 1839 - 1895, Book, Warsaw City Library, Benton Co., MO compiled by Joyce)


3 Apr 1885 Benton Co, MO Newspaper Article.

Easter Sunday Anticipated.

A party of young folks of Tebo settlement met at a place near Uncle Benjamin Combs', known as the Saltpeter Cave on Grand River, last Sunday for the purpose of celebrating Easter Sunday. There was a nice party of young folks and an abundance of everything to eat that was good and in fact it seemed like a Sunday School picnic. After dinner was served, the party imigrated to the Kasinger Bluff [JWK: Kaysinger] on the Osage [JWK now the site of the Harry Truman Dam] where they spent a short time in miscellaneous chat, then started back to their homes. The party consisted of Misses Susie, Mary and Clara Combs, Emma PRICE, Mattie and Stella GREGORY, Mary and Ella DAVENPORT and Miss Matie MINTER, Messrs. John PALMER, David GREGORY, George and Frank JONES, William GILCRIST, David MCGRANAHAM, Albert KINKEAD, Lou (Lon) GREGORY, Thomas and John Combs. Later Dick MINTER and Bob KINKEAD were on a strike out on the Sedalia Road.

(Excerpted by Combs Researcher Joyce Kahre from History of Benton County Missouri, Vol. 2, 1970, Entertainment)


29 Mar 1889 Benton Co, MO Newspaper Article. From Corn Hill -- The ferry boat on Grand River near the B. B. Combs place is sunk about half the time and at the very time when people need its use. If Mr. LAY and others who own the large tracts of land in the bottom would put in a good boat and get some energetic man to run it, there would be considerable travel on that road and the boat would soon pay for itself, as well as being a great accommodation to the traveling public. It shortens the route to Warsaw and would save two ferriages on the Osage. (Excerpted by Combs Researcher Joyce Kahre from History of Benton County Missouri, Vol. 1, 1969 EARLY SETTLERS, News Accounts)


"How It Was to 1900." Benton Co, MO Newspaper Article

B. B. Combs now in Dickson Co., KS., writes us that his son George and family have gone west and will continue to the sea. Benton Co. people in Dickson Co. met at the house of the father to bid them goodby, the group including 13 children and nine grandchildren and Sam KINKEAD and family, and there was a feast of provisions and everyone able for the table duty.

(Excerpted by Combs Researcher Joyce Kahre from History of Benton County Missouri, Vol. 1, 1969 EARLY SETTLERS, News Accounts)


ca Jan 1892 Obituary (Benton Co, MO newspaper) Cherryvale, [Montgomery Co] KS Jan 8, 1892

William Harrison Combs

He was a brother of B. B. Combs of Warsaw [Benton Co, MO] and remains where buried in the Warsaw Cemetery Jan 12. He was born in 1833 near Lexington [Fayette Co], KY. His grandfather Benj. Combs was a Captain in the Continental Army and was at the battle of Yorktown where Cornwallis surrendered. He was an early emigrant from VA to KY, settled near Boonsborough on the KY river. He and his sons had many skirmishes with the Indians, in which one or two lost their lives. The father of the deceased, Wm. R. Combs, and four or five of his brothers, among them Gen. Lesslie [Leslie] and Sam, were soldiers and officers under General HARRISON in the War of 1812. The deceased was at Translvania University at Lexington [Fayette Co] KY. A moral man, never drank, played cards nor used profane or vulgar languare [language]. Came to MO in 1853, joined the Christian Church in 1854, was married to Judge PYLE'S daughter in 1855. They gave their children a college education at Emporia [Lyon Co] KS, then a seperation took place, his wife and children going to California. He shared his property liberally and lived a lonely life on a farm he bought near Cherryvale.

(Excerpted by Combs Researcher Joyce Kahre from History of Benton County Missouri, Vol. 1, 1969, EARLY SETTLERS, News Accounts)

Notes: Benjamin Combs, s/o John & Seth BULLITT Combs, Sr. of Stafford Co, VA, m Sarah RICHARDSON, d in 1838 in Clark Co, KY


5 Feb 1895 Benton Co, MO Newspaper Article

"Coming Home"

Charlie and Russell Combs, of Cripple Creek [Teller Co], Colo. two young men from Lindsey township who have been west for two years, have bought the Mrs. Mary ORR farm of 120 acres, three miles northwest of Warsaw, for $1500 and expect to return and live on the place next fall. When John B. Combs now in Colo. brought the Matt BLANTON farm, his brothers concluded that old Benton was the place for them too. All these sons of B. B. Combs and the old gentleman himself have thoroughly tried the western country and are returning to MO. Benton Co. is coming forward and the pace will be more rapid when all appreciate the country they live in. Robert KINKEAD transacted the buying for the Combs brothers. It is reported that Matt BLANTON is not satisfied in Texas and is likely to return to his old home too.

(Excerpted by Combs Researcher Joyce Kahre from History of Benton County Missouri, Vol. 1, 1969 EARLY SETTLERS, News Accounts)


11 Nov 1898 Benton Co, MO Enterprise. Obituary. Died - B. B. Combs, aged 76 at his home on Grand River, with funeral services held at the family home Nov. 11, 1898, ramains buried in the Warsaw Cemetery, Rev. GRANGER officiating. Mr. Combs wife and 11 children survive him. He was a nephew of General Leslie Combs of KY, who was a famous statesman and general. Mr. Combs was a law student when young, migrated to Bates Co. [MO], and in early life married Esther LUDWIG. At the close of the war, he made his home among the hills and valleys of Benton Co. and was a zealous advocate of the rights of the common people. He often gave his views on public affairs through the columns of the Enterprise. (Excerpted by Combs Researcher Joyce Kahre from History of Benton County Missouri, Vol. 1, 1969 EARLY SETTLERS, News Accounts)


Died -- at her home in Deepwater on Nov. 19, 1901 Mrs. Esther Combs, aged 72, widow of the late B. B. Combs and sister of Mrs. Nannie BROWNLEE and the late Mrs. John E. MORGAN, Sr. A native of PA, Mrs. Combs lived in MO nearly all her life. She lived on Tebo [JWK: a small river] in the KINKEAD neighborhood, since 1867 and was much esteemed. Has belong to the Methodist Church since her youth, but later united with the Baptist Church. Leaves 12 children - Owen, George, John, Russell, Charles, Mrs. Ella VICKERS, Mrs. Mary HUNT, Mrs. Susan MONNIGER, Mrs. Clara CURPHEY, Mrs. Effie CURPHEY, Mrs. Hattie and Miss Allie. Services at the Baptist Church in Warsaw and buried beside her husband. (Excerpted by Combs Researcher Joyce Kahre from History of Benton County Missouri, Vol. 2, 1970, Deaths from 1900 and Births to 1910)


16 Apr 1903 Died -- April 16, 1903 Mrs. George AYERS, 21, of cerebral apoplexy at her home north of Bolivar. She was formerly Miss Fannie Combs, born Dec. 5, 1882 near Warsaw and moved to Polk Co. with her parents George and Lura Combs in 1899.

(Excerpted by Combs Researcher Joyce Kahre from History of Benton County Missouri, Vol. 2, 1970, Deaths from 1900 and Births to 1910)


31 May 1914 Died -- May 31, 1914, W. F. HALLEY, born in Kanawha Co., VA Nov 1, 1843 and died at his daughters Mrs. Charles Combs five miles north of Warsaw. He came to Cooper Co. with his folks and when the war broke out, enlisted in the Confederate army and served to the close of the war. On Jan 1, 1887 he married Miss Eliza MARTIN and they had nine children. His wife and five of the children have preceded him in death. Four are left: Mrs. Charles Combs, John and Grover HALLEY of Warsaw and George HALLEY of Colorado Springs [El Paso Co, CO]. He was a faithful Baptist, having been converted in 1870.

(Excerpted by Combs Researcher Joyce Kahre from History of Benton County Missouri, Vol. 2, 1970, Deaths from 1900 and Births to 1910)


11 Mar 1938 Benton Co, MO Newspaper Article.

Wild Turkey Hunting.

J. B. Combs of Los Angeles [Los Angeles Co, CA] writes The Enterprise some reminisces of his boyhood. He says he was born in Bates Co. [MO] Dec. 15, 1863 on what was known to the old timers as the Cold Friday, as a great deal of stock and several people were frozen to death that day. When we was seven, his father settled on Grand River, not far from Black Sulpphur Springs and he lived there until he was 22. When he was a boy, he recalls he used to swipe his father's rifle and practice shooting and a few years later he'd hunt wild turkeys up around the old Clarks' Ford bluff. In the spring he would take the wing bone of a chicken or my father's old pipe stem and go out in the hills and call in the turkeys. I killed a great many that way and would quite ofter find them roosting in the trees under the Clark Ford Bluff. On Sept. 1, 1885 Mr. Combs started to Texas with Bob KINEAD, George BLANTON and family, all in covered wagons.

“Bob and I each had a good horse and a new wagon together. I was 22. At the Indian Territory line, we met an old man we felt sorry for, so we took him along to Texas with us, separating at the Red River.”

(Excerpted by Combs Researcher Joyce Kahre from History of Benton County Missouri, Vol. 2, 1970, Entertainment)


Benton Co, MO Cemetery Records

Warsaw Cemetery

Enumerated by Combs Researcher Joyce W. Kahre and husband.

Esther wife of B. B. Combs born Feb 14, 1831 - died Nov 19, 1901
Mother

B. B. Combs born July 27, 1831 - died Nov 10, 1898
Father
William H. Combs born Jan 28, 1833 - died Jan 8, 1892

Kinkead Cemetery County

Located in Sec. 25 Twsp 41 Rng 23 (Source: USGenweb Benton Co., MO website)

Grave #3 COMBS Charles L (1857-1939) Tombstone (yes) Reinterred at Shawnee

Grave #4 COMBS Jessie (1882-1969) Tombstone (yes) Reinterred at Shawnee

Submitted by Sue Elfving


Biographies, Etc.

Laura Valentine Combs(includes photograph)

The subject of this sketch was born near Warsaw, Benton Co., MO March 19, 1862 and went to sleep in Jesus May 19, 1918 being fifty-six years and two months old. The remains were laid to rest in the Mt. Olive Cemetery May 19, 1918. She was the daughter of Albert and Rebecca KINKEAD who resided near Warsaw, but who had long since preceded her to the better land. She professed faith in Christ at the age of 17 years and united with the Spring Grove Baptist Church. She was married to George Clift Combs, Aug. 5, 1880. To this union seven children were born, three of which preceded her on before, Frankie Rebecca, Samuel Leslie and Allie Arminda. She leaves a host of relatives and friends to mourn her death. They who survive her are her husband, George Clifton Combs and children, Benjamin Blanton, Albert Clay, Robert Lee and Winnie May. All the immediate family were at her bedside at the time of her departure. The brothers and sisters, who survive are Sam, Robert and Albert KINKEAD, Mary Ann MINTER of Warsaw, Crissie COE of Chilhowee, MO and a left brother Jodie KINKEAD of Mont Rose, Colo. Her christian life was very active. She helped organize two new churches, Green Mound Baptist near Highlandville, Christian Co., MO and Spring Valley Bapt. Church Polk Co., MO of which she remained a member until her death.

(Excerpted by Combs Researcher Joyce Kahre from History of Benton County Missouri, Vol. 3, 1971, The People of Benton Co, MO)

George Combs & Family (Photograph)

George B. Combs married Laura Valentine KINKEAD, daughter of Albert Sr. and Rebecca Orr KINKEAD. George Combs' father was B. B. Combs and his mother Esther LUDWIG Combs. They were the parents of Ben, Albert, Robert Winnie, Frankie, Samuel and Allie. Albert is standing next to his father George in this picture and Ben is on the other side next to his mother Laura. The other two children are not identified, but are probably family members. The family moved to Polk Co. in 1899.

(Excerpted by Combs Researcher Joyce Kahre from History of Benton County Missouri, Vol. 3, 1971, The People of Benton Co, MO)

Combs Family Gathering about 1915 (Photograph)

This was taken at the C. L. Combs' home about four miles northwest of Warsaw near Grand River. The house burned over forty years ago and the smokehouse is all that remains now. This farm is being taken by Kaysinger Dam. Left to right are, Milt KINKEAD, John HALLEY, Erma KINKEAD, Henry KINKEAD, Ora KINKEAD, Samuel KINKEAD, Roy KINKEAD, Mary Ann KINKEAD, Faye HALLEY, Aunt Jessie Combs, Uncle Ben MINTER, Albert KINKEAD, Sophie KINKEAD, Uncle Sam KINKEAD. Children are Hallie KINKEAD, Wilma KINKEAD, J. B. Combs, Estel KINKEAD and George KINKEAD.

(Excerpted by Combs Researcher Joyce Kahre from History of Benton County Missouri, Vol. 3, 1971, The Communities and Stores)

Spring Grove, Benton Co, MO. (Map)

Former home of Charles and Jessie Combs. The house burned years ago and the farm was later owned by Mike KINKEAD and last by Dan ALBER. (Excerpted by Combs Researcher Joyce Kahre from History of Benton County Missouri, Vol. 3, 1971, The Communities and Stores, Page 507 A map of Spring Grove with numbers to indicate the location of homes.)


Important: All Records collected for this county may not have been added here as yet. See also the Combs Research List Archives


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