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Extracted by Combs Researcher Michael R. Wilson

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Note: The following is abstracted from Volumes as noted. Researchers may also view abbreviated versions of these records by County and Township


FORMAT FOR ENTRIES: 1. NAME; 2. DATE; 3. LAND OFFICE; 4. PRESENT COUNTY; 5. VOL; 6. PAGE; 7. SECTION; 8. TOWNSHIP; 9. RANGE; 10. DESCRIPTION; 11. AMOUNT OF LAND

Vol. 1 - 1818-1827: No Combs were listed in Vol 1 .


Vol. 2 - 1827- 1834: Source: U.S. Land Sales - Missouri, Abstract of Entries. Vol 2 (1827 - 1834); and Missouri Index to Topographic and other Map Coverage. United States Geological Survey.

  1. A. B. Combs
  2. 18 APR 1831
  3. Palmyra Abstract
  4. Texas County
  5. Vol 2
  6. 114
  7. 26
  8. 36
  9. 9W
  10. W½,NW¼
  11. 80 acres
  1. FIELDING Combs
  2. 17 NOV 1828
  3. Palmyra Abstract
  4. Ralls County
  5. Vol 2
  6. 44
  7. 24
  8. 56
  9. 6W
  10. W½,NE¼
  11. 80 acres
  1. FIELDING Combs
  2. 31 JUL 1832
  3. Palmyra Abstract
  4. Ralls County
  5. Vol 2
  6. 138
  7. 24
  8. 56
  9. 6W
  10. NE¼,NE¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. FIELDING Combs
  2. 30 MAY 1833
  3. Palmyra Abstract
  4. Ralls County
  5. Vol 2
  6. 155
  7. 24
  8. 56
  9. 6W
  10. SE¼,NE¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. GEORGE Combs
  2. 2 APR 1832
  3. Palmyra Abstract
  4. Lewis County
  5. Vol 2
  6. 134
  7. 28
  8. 62
  9. 6W
  10. W½,SE¼
  11. 80 acres
  1. GEORGE Combs
  2. 9 OCT 1832
  3. Palmyra Abstract
  4. Lewis County
  5. Vol 2
  6. 142
  7. 33
  8. 62
  9. 6W
  10. NW¼,NE¼
  11. 40 acres

Vol. 3. 1831-1837. Source: U.S. Land Sales - Missouri, Abstract of Entries. Vol 3 (1831 - 1837); and Missouri Index to Topographic and other Map Coverage. United States Geological Survey.

  1. GEORGE Combs
  2. 16 SEP 1835
  3. Palmyra Abstract
  4. Lewis County
  5. Vol 3
  6. 359
  7. 27
  8. 62
  9. 6W
  10. SW¼,NW¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. GEORGE Combs
  2. 21 DEC 1832
  3. Palmyra Abstract
  4. Clark County
  5. Vol 3
  6. 409
  7. 8
  8. 65
  9. 9W
  10. E½,NE¼
  11. 80 acres
  1. GEORGE Combs
  2. 21 DEC 1835
  3. Palmyra Abstract
  4. Clark County
  5. Vol 3
  6. 409
  7. 9
  8. 65
  9. 9W
  10. E½,SE¼
  11. 80 acres
  1. GEORGE Combs
  2. 21 DEC 1835
  3. Palmyra Abstract
  4. Clark County
  5. Vol 3
  6. 409
  7. 9
  8. 65
  9. 9W
  10. E½,SW¼
  11. 80 acres
  1. GEORGE Combs
  2. 21 DEC 1835
  3. Palmyra Abstract
  4. Clark County
  5. Vol 3
  6. 409
  7. 9
  8. 65
  9. 9W
  10. W½,NE¼
  11. 80 acres
  1. GEORGE Combs
  2. 21 DEC 1835
  3. Palmyra Abstract
  4. Clark County
  5. Vol 3
  6. 410
  7. 9
  8. 65
  9. 9W
  10. W½,NW¼
  11. 80 acres
  1. GEORGE Combs
  2. 21 DEC 1835
  3. Palmyra Abstract
  4. Clark County
  5. Vol 3
  6. 410
  7. 9
  8. 65
  9. 9W
  10. E½,SW¼
  11. 80 acres
  1. RICHARD Combs
  2. 19 NOV 1835
  3. Lexington Office
  4. Johnson County
  5. Vol 3
  6. 293
  7. 25
  8. 47
  9. 25
  10. SE¼,NW¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. RICHARD Combs
  2. 7 MAR 1834
  3. Lexington Office
  4. Johnson County
  5. Vol 3
  6. 248
  7. 25
  8. 47
  9. 25W
  10. E½,SW¼
  11. 80 acres
  1. WILLIAM Combs
  2. 6 SEP 1835
  3. Palmyra Abstract
  4. Lewis County
  5. Vol 3
  6. 359
  7. 28
  8. 62
  9. 6W
  10. SE¼,NE¼
  11. 40 acres

Vol. 4. 1836-1837. Source: U.S. Land Sales - Missouri, Abstract of Entries. Vol 4 (1836 - 1837); and Missouri Index to Topographic and other Map Coverage. United States Geological Survey.

  1. FIELDING Combs
  2. 1836
  3. Palmyra Abstract
  4. Macon County
  5. Vol 4
  6. 227
  7. 14
  8. 58
  9. 13
  10. W½,SW¼
  11. 80 acres
  1. FIELDING Combs
  2. 1836
  3. Palmyra Abstract
  4. Macon County
  5. Vol 4
  6. 231
  7. 23
  8. 58
  9. 13
  10. E½,SE¼
  11. 80 acres
  1. FIELDING Combs
  2. 1836
  3. Palmyra Abstract
  4. Macon County
  5. Vol 4
  6. 227
  7. 14
  8. 58
  9. 13
  10. W½,SE¼
  11. 80 acres
  1. FIELDING Combs
  2. 1836
  3. Palmyra Abstract
  4. Shelby County
  5. Vol 4
  6. 227
  7. 29
  8. 58
  9. 2
  10. W½,SW¼
  11. 80 acres
  1. GEORGE Combs
  2. 1836
  3. Palmyra Abstract
  4. Scotland County
  5. Vol 4
  6. 127
  7. 32
  8. 66
  9. 10W
  10. W½,NW¼
  11. 80 acres
  1. GEORGE Combs
  2. 1836
  3. Palmyra Abstract
  4. Clark County
  5. Vol 4
  6. 249
  7. 8
  8. 65
  9. 9W
  10. W½,NE¼
  11. 80 acres
  1. JOHN L. Combs
  2. 1836
  3. Fayette Abstract
  4. Morgan County
  5. Vol 4
  6. 406
  7. 10
  8. 44
  9. 19W
  10. SE¼,SE¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. RICHARD Combs
  2. 1836
  3. Fayette Abstract
  4. Johnson County
  5. Vol 4
  6. 515
  7. 25
  8. 47
  9. 25
  10. SW¼,SE¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. ROBERT C. Combs
  2. 1836
  3. Fayette Abstract
  4. Saline County
  5. Vol 4
  6. 428
  7. 30
  8. 50
  9. 20
  10. NE¼, NW

Vol. 5. 1836-1840. Source: U.S. Land Sales - Missouri, Abstract of Entries. Vol 5 (1836 - 1840); and Missouri Index to Topographic and other Map Coverage. United States Geological Survey.

  1. DAVID B. Combs
  2. 1837
  3. Lexington Office
  4. Johnson County
  5. Vol 5
  6. 299
  7. 6
  8. 45
  9. 24
  10. Lot #2,NW¼
  11. 89 acres
  1. DAVID B. Combs
  2. 1837
  3. Lexington Office
  4. Johnson County
  5. Vol 5
  6. 325
  7. 6
  8. 45
  9. 24
  10. E¼, Lot 1,SW¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. DAVID B. Combs
  2. 1837
  3. Lexington Office
  4. Johnson County
  5. Vol 5
  6. 573
  7. 13
  8. 44
  9. 25W
  10. SW¼
  11. 160 acres
  1. DAVID B. Combs
  2. 1838
  3. Lexington Office
  4. Johnson County
  5. Vol 5
  6. 573
  7. 14
  8. 44
  9. 25
  10. (illegible)
  11. 160 acres
  1. GEORGE Combs
  2. 1837
  3. Palmyra Abstract
  4. Clark County
  5. Vol 5
  6. 225
  7. 10
  8. 65
  9. 9W
  10. E½,SW¼
  11. 80 acres
  1. JOHN Combs
  2. 1837
  3. Lexington Office
  4. Johnson County
  5. Vol 5
  6. 310
  7. 6
  8. 45
  9. 24W
  10. NW¼,SW¼
  11. 39 acres, 86 poles
  1. JOHN Combs
  2. 1837
  3. Lexington Office
  4. Johnson County
  5. Vol 5
  6. 325
  7. 6
  8. 45
  9. 24W
  10. E½,SW¼
  11. 79 acres, 72 poles
  1. JOHN Combs
  2. 1838
  3. Lexington Office
  4. Johnson County
  5. Vol 5
  6. 564
  7. 14
  8. 44
  9. 25W
  10. SE¼
  11. 160 acres
  1. JOHN Combs
  2. 1837
  3. Lexington Office
  4. Johnson County
  5. Vol 5
  6. 310
  7. 6
  8. 45
  9. 24W
  10. W½, Lot #1,SW¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. JOHN L. Combs
  2. 1838
    3.
  3. Morgan County
  4. Vol 5
  5. 512
  6. 15
  7. 44
  8. 19W
  9. SE¼,NE¼
  10. 40 acres
  1. WILLIAM Combs
  2. 1837
  3. Lexington Office
  4. Jackson County
  5. Vol 5
  6. 290
  7. 3
  8. 50
  9. 31W
  10. Lot #1,NW¼
  11. 80 acres

Vol. 6. 1839-1842. Source: U.S. Land Sales - Missouri, Abstract of Entries. Vol 6 (1839 - 1842); and Missouri Index to Topographic and other Map Coverage. United States Geological Survey.

  1. BENJAMIN Combs
  2. 1839
  3. Palmyra Abstract
  4. Macon County
  5. Vol 6
  6. 139
  7. 22
  8. 58
  9. 13W
  10. SE¼,NE¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. DAVID B. Combs
  2. 1839
  3. Lexington Office
  4. Cass County
  5. Vol 6
  6. 182
  7. 1
  8. 44
  9. 30W
  10. Lot #3,NE¼
  11. 79 acres, 98 poles
  1. DAVID B. Combs
  2. 1839
  3. Lexington Office
  4. Johnson County
  5. Vol 6
  6. 254
  7. 13
  8. 44
  9. 25W
  10. SW¼,SE¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. DAVID B. Combs
  2. 1840
  3. Lexington Office
  4. Johnson County
  5. Vol 6
  6. 347
  7. 35
  8. 45
  9. 25
  10. W½,NE¼
  11. 80 acres
  1. DAVID B. Combs
  2. 1839
  3. Lexington Office
  4. Johnson County
  5. Vol 6
  6. 254
  7. 24
  8. 44
  9. 25W
  10. NW¼,NE¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. DAVID W. Combs
  2. 1839
  3. Fayette Abstract
  4. Randolph County
  5. Vol 6
  6. 30
  7. 7
  8. 55
  9. 16W
  10. E½,NE¼
  11. 80 acres
  1. ELIZABETH Combs
  2. 1839
  3. Fayette Abstract
  4. Cole County
  5. Vol 6
  6. 28
  7. 28
  8. 43
  9. 13W
  10. NE¼,SE¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. FIELDING Combs
  2. 1840
  3. Palmyra Abstract
  4. Macon County
  5. Vol 6
  6. 388
  7. 26
  8. 58
  9. 13W
    10 E½,SW¼
  10. 80 acres
  1. JACKSON Combs
  2. 1839
  3. Lexington Office
  4. Ray County
  5. Vol 6
  6. 204
  7. 33
  8. 54
  9. 28W
  10. SE&SW¼,SW¼
  11. 80 acres
  1. JOHN Combs
  2. 1839
  3. Lexington Office
  4. Johnson County
  5. Vol 6
  6. 254
  7. 23
  8. 44
  9. 25W
  10. E½,NE¼
  11. 80 acres
  1. LIN Combs
  2. 1840
  3. Fayette Abstract
  4. Morgan County
  5. Vol 6
  6. 326
  7. 15
  8. 44
  9. 19W
  10. NW¼,NE¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. ROBERT C. Combs
  2. 1840
  3. Fayette Abstract
  4. Linn County
  5. Vol 6
  6. 319
  7. 30
  8. 59
  9. 20W
  10. SE¼
  11. 160 acres
  1. ROBERT H. Combs
  2. 1841
  3. Lexington Office
  4. Saline County
  5. Vol 6
  6. 470
  7. 5
  8. 51
  9. 22W
  10. SE¼
  11. 160 acres

Vol. 7. 1842-1847. Source: U.S. Land Sales - Missouri, Abstract of Entries. Vol 7 (1842 - 1847); and Missouri Index to Topographic and other Map Coverage. United States Geological Survey.

  1. A. B. Combs
  2. 7 JUL 1845
  3. Springfield Office
  4. Lawrence County (plotted in Lawrence County - document stated Green County)
  5. Vol 7
  6. 327
  7. 4
  8. 27
  9. 20W
  10. S ½,SE¼; #7695
  11. 80 acres
  1. GEORGE W. Combs
  2. AUG 1845
  3. Palmyra Abstract
  4. Clark County
  5. Vol 7
  6. 383
  7. 9
  8. 63
  9. 9W
  10. NW¼,SW¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. GIDSON Combs (Probably Gideon)
  2. 24 MAR 1845
  3. Springfield Office
  4. Lawrence County (plotted in Lawrence County, marked on document Green
    County)
  5. Vol 7
  6. 325
  7. 18
  8. 27
  9. 27W
  10. NW¼,NE¼; #7589
  11. 40 acres
  1. GIDEON Combs
  2. 7 JUL 1845
  3. Springfield Office
  4. Lawrence County (plotted in Lawrence, document recorded as Green County)
  5. Vol 7
  6. 327
  7. 18
  8. 27
  9. 27
  10. NE¼,SE¼; #7694
  11. 40 acres
  1. JAMES H. Combs
  2. 1845-1846
  3. Fayette Abstract
  4. Cass County (plotted as Cass County, document notated County as Pettis)
  5. Vol 7
  6. 356
  7. 1
  8. 45
  9. 30W
  10. SE¼,SW¼ (plotted in Cass County, document recorded as Pettis County)
  11. 40 acres
  1. JACOB Combs
  2. 1844-1846
  3. Plattsburg Abstract
  4. Buchanan County
  5. Vol 7
  6. 158
  7. 2
  8. 57
  9. 34W
  10. Lot #1,NE¼
  11. 80 acres
  1. JAMES M. Combs
  2. 1844
  3. Clinton Abstract
  4. Pettis County
  5. Vol 7
  6. 244
  7. 20
  8. 45
  9. 21W
  10. SW¼,SE¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. LILAS Combs
  2. 1844-1845
  3. Jackson Abstract
  4. Saint Genevieve County
  5. Vol 7
  6. 317
  7. 8
  8. 33 N
  9. 8 E
  10. NW¼,NW¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. LILAS Combs
  2. 1844-1845
  3. Jackson Abstract
  4. Saint Genevieve County
  5. Vol 7
  6. 317
  7. 3
  8. 33 N
  9. 8 E
  10. SE¼,SW¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. WILLIAM Combs SR.
  2. 1843
  3. Plattsburg Abstract
  4. Buchanan County
  5. Vol 7
  6. 123
  7. 3
  8. 57 N
  9. 34W
  10. SE¼
  11. 160 acres
  1. WILLIAM H. Combs
  2. 2 SEP 1844
  3. Palmyra Abstract
  4. Scotland County
  5. Vol 7
  6. 320
  7. 11
  8. not recorded
  9. not recorded
  10. E½,SE¼
  11. 80 acres
  1. WILLIAM H. Combs
  2. 23 NOV 1844
  3. Palmyra Abstract
  4. Scotland County
  5. Vol 7
  6. 321
  7. 11
  8. 66
  9. 11W
  10. W½,SE¼
  11. 80 acres
  1. WILLIAM H. Combs
  2. 2 SEP 1844
  3. Palmyra Abstract
  4. Iowa (next to Missouri State Line and Clark County)
  5. Vol 7
  6. 320
  7. 12
  8. 66
  9. 4W
  10. W½,SW¼
  11. 40 acres

Vol. 8. NOTE: Vol 8: This microfilm has been filmed two times - the writing was done with blue ink on blue paper - Original book is very difficult to read - the film is impossible to read. Volunteers have begun to copy from the original document but it is a large book and the project is expected to take several years. Projected date of completion is 1998.


Vol. 9. 1848-1851. Source: U.S. Land Sales - Missouri, Abstract of Entries. Vol 9 (1848 - 1851); and Missouri Index to Topographic and other Map Coverage. United States Geological Survey.

  1. JAMES Combs
  2. 1845-1851
  3. Abstract not recorded (believed to be Palmyra Abstract)
  4. Morgan County
  5. Vol 9
  6. 333
  7. 32
  8. 44
  9. 18W
  10. NE¼,SW¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. JAMES H. Combs
  2. 1848-1851
  3. Clinton Abstract
  4. Pettis County
  5. Vol 9
  6. 464
  7. 23
  8. 46
  9. 22W
  10. SE¼,SE¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. JESSE Combs
  2. 1848-1851
  3. Abstract not recorded
  4. Jefferson County
  5. Vol 9
  6. 325
  7. 34
  8. 39
  9. 6 E
  10. SE¼,SW¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. JOHN Combs
  2. 1848-1851
  3. Clinton Abstract
  4. Johnson County
  5. Vol 9
  6. 457
  7. 11
  8. 45
  9. 27W
  10. SW¼,NW¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. JOSEPH Combs
  2. 1848-1851
  3. Fayette Abstract
  4. Pettis County
  5. Vol 9
  6. 236
  7. 11
  8. 45
  9. 20W
  10. E¼,SW¼
  11. 80 acres
  1. W. E. Combs
  2. 1848 - 1851
  3. Abstract not listed
  4. Pettis County
  5. Vol 9
  6. 207
  7. 2
  8. 45
  9. 20
  10. NW¼,SE¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. WILLIAM E. Combs
  2. 1848 - 1851
  3. Abstract not listed
  4. Pettis County
  5. Vol 9
  6. 215
  7. 13
  8. 45
  9. 20
  10. NE¼,NW¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. WILLIAM H. Combs
  2. 1848 - 1849
  3. Palmyra Abstract
  4. Scotland County
  5. Vol 9
  6. 3
  7. 1
  8. 66
  9. 11
  10. E½,SW¼
  11. 80 acres

Vol. 10. 1853-1855. Source: U.S. Land Sales - Missouri, Abstract of Entries. Vol 10 (1853 - 1855); and Missouri Index to Topographic and other Map Coverage. United States Geological Survey.

  1. JESSE B. Combs
  2. 16 NOV 1853-13 NOV 1854
  3. Clinton Abstract
  4. Cass County
  5. Vol 10
  6. 189
  7. 17
  8. 43
  9. 28W
  10. NE¼,NE¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. BENJAMIN B. Combs
  2. 16 NOV 1853-13 NOV 1854
  3. Clinton Abstract
  4. Bates County
  5. Vol 10
  6. 130
  7. 23
  8. 41
  9. 29W
  10. NE¼,NE¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. CHRISTOPHER B. Combs
  2. 16 NOV 1853-13 NOV 1854
  3. WarsaWAbstract
  4. Cass County
  5. Vol 10
  6. 452
  7. 34
  8. 45
  9. 28W
  10. SW¼,SW¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. JAMES H. Combs
  2. 16 NOV 1853-13 NOV 1854
  3. Clinton Abstract
  4. Pettis County
  5. Vol 10
  6. 5
  7. 28
  8. 46
  9. 22W
  10. NE¼,SE¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. WILLIAM H. Combs
  2. 16 NOV 1853-13 NOV 1854
  3. Clinton Abstract
  4. Henry County
  5. Vol 10
  6. 26
  7. 19
  8. 41
  9. 28W
  10. S ½, Lot #2,SW¼
  11. 44 acres, 23 poles
  1. WILLIAM H. Combs
  2. 16 NOV 1853-13 NOV 1854
  3. Clinton Abstract
  4. Henry County
  5. Vol 10
  6. 109
  7. 17
  8. 41
  9. 28W
  10. SW¼,SE¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. WILLIAM H. Combs
  2. 16 NOV 1853-13 NOV 1854
  3. Palmyra Abstract
  4. Scotland County
  5. Vol 10
  6. 339
  7. 36
  8. 67
  9. 11W
  10. SE¼,SE¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. WILLIAM H. Combs
  2. 16 NOV 1853-13 NOV 1854
  3. Clinton Abstract
  4. Bates County
  5. Vol 10
  6. 26
  7. 24
  8. 41
  9. 29W
  10. SE¼,SE¼
  11. 40 acres

Vol. 11. 1854-1855. Source: U.S. Land Sales - Missouri, Abstract of Entries. Vol 11 (1854 - 1855); and Missouri Index to Topographic and other Map Coverage. United States Geological Survey.

  1. A. J. Combs
  2. 1854 - 1855
  3. St Louis Abstract
  4. Osage County
  5. Vol 11
  6. 484
  7. 17
  8. 42
  9. 7W
  10. SW¼
  11. 167 acres, 80 poles
  1. AARON Combs
  2. 1854 - 1855
  3. Plattsburg Abstract
  4. Gentry County
  5. Vol 11
  6. 211
  7. 5
  8. 62
  9. 32W
  10. N ½, LOT #2,NE¼
  11. 81 acres, 31 poles
  1. BENJAMIN B. Combs
  2. 1854 - 1855
  3. WarsaWAbstract
  4. Bates County
  5. Vol 11
  6. 35
  7. 24
  8. 41
  9. 29W
  10. NW¼,NW¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. ELIJAH Combs
  2. 1854 - 1855
  3. Fayette Abstract
  4. Morgan County
  5. Vol 11
  6. 118
  7. 15
  8. 41
  9. 17W
  10. N ½,SW¼
  11. 80 acres
  1. ELIJAH Combs
  2. 1854 - 1855
  3. Fayette Abstract
  4. Morgan County
  5. Vol 11
  6. 169
  7. 15
  8. 41
  9. 17W
  10. SW¼,NW¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. GEORGE R. Combs
  2. 1854 - 1855
  3. Plattsburg Abstract
  4. Holt County
  5. Vol 11
  6. 355
  7. 9
  8. 61
  9. 37W
  10. SE¼,SW¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. JOHN C. Combs
  2. 1854 - 1855
  3. WarsaWAbstract
  4. Cass County
  5. Vol 11
  6. 49
  7. 4
  8. 44
  9. 33W
  10. Lot #2NE¼ & Lot #3NE¼
  11. 159 acres, 20 poles
  1. JONATHAN T. Combs
  2. 1854 - 1855
  3. Fayette Abstract
  4. Moniteau County
  5. Vol 11
  6. 172
  7. 32
  8. 44
  9. 18W
  10. N ½,NW¼
  11. 80 acres
  1. MATTHEWCombs
  2. 1854 - 1855
  3. Plattsburg Abstract
  4. Gentry County
  5. Vol 11
  6. 228
  7. 34
  8. 62
  9. 32W
  10. NW¼,NW¼
  11. 40 acres

Vol. 12. 1850-1855. Source: U.S. Land Sales - Missouri, Abstract of Entries. Vol 12 (1850 - 1855); and Missouri Index to Topographic and other Map Coverage. United States Geological Survey.

  1. A. Combs
  2. 1850 - 1855
  3. St. Louis Abstract
  4. Osage County
  5. Vol 12
  6. 44
  7. 33
  8. 44
  9. 8W
  10. E½,SE¼
  11. 80 acres
  1. A. Combs
  2. 1850 - 1855
  3. St. Louis Abstract
  4. Osage County
  5. Vol 12
  6. 44
  7. 34
  8. 44
  9. 8W
  10. SW¼,SW¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. G. H. Combs
  2. 1850 - 1855
  3. Millan Abstract
  4. Mercer County
  5. Vol 12
  6. 449
  7. 14
  8. 66
  9. 23W
  10. NE¼,NW¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. S. Combs
  2. 1850 - 1855
  3. Millan Abstract
  4. Sullivan County
  5. Vol 12
  6. 460
  7. 10
  8. 64
  9. 20W
  10. SE¼,SE¼
  11. 40 acres

Vol. 13. 1851-1856. Source: U.S. Land Sales - Missouri, Abstract of Entries. Vol 13 (1851 - 1856); and Missouri Index to Topographic and other Map Coverage. United States Geological Survey.

  1. B. F. Combs
  2. 1851 - 1856
  3. Palmyra Abstract
  4. Macon County
  5. Vol 13
  6. 322
  7. 14
  8. 58
  9. 13W
  10. NW¼,NE¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. F. Combs
  2. 1851 - 1856
  3. Palmyra Abstract
  4. Monroe County
  5. Vol 13
  6. 312
  7. 8
  8. 55
  9. 10W
  10. NE¼,SE¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. F. Combs
  2. 1851 - 1856
  3. Palmyra Abstract
  4. Monroe County
  5. Vol 13
  6. 335
  7. 10
  8. 55
  9. 10W
  10. N ½,SW¼
  11. 85 acres
  1. F. Combs
  2. 1851 - 1856
  3. Palmyra Abstract
  4. Monroe County
  5. Vol 13
  6. 312
  7. 9
  8. 55
  9. 10W
  10. NE¼,SE¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. J. Combs
  2. 1851 - 1856
  3. Jackson Abstract
  4. Cole County
  5. Vol 13
  6. 317
  7. 18
  8. 44
  9. 10W
  10. W½,NW¼
  11. 80 acres
  1. JAMES Combs
  2. 1851 - 1856
  3. Fayette Abstract
  4. Moniteau County
  5. Vol 13
  6. 32
  7. 32
  8. 44
  9. 18W
  10. W½,SW¼
  11. 80 acres
  1. JAMES H. Combs
  2. 1851 - 1856
  3. WarsaWAbstract
  4. Pettis County
  5. Vol 13
  6. 88
  7. 23
  8. 46
  9. 22W
  10. SE¼,NW¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. JOHN C. Combs
  2. 1851 - 1856
  3. WarsaWAbstract
  4. Cass County
  5. Vol 13
  6. 86
  7. 2
  8. 44
  9. 33W
  10. SE¼,SE¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. JOHN H. Combs
  2. 1851 - 1856
  3. WarsaWAbstract
  4. (can not be read)
  5. Vol 13
  6. (can not be read)
  7. (can not be read)
  8. (can not be read)
  9. (can not be read)
  10. (can not be read)
  11. (can not be read)
  1. S. Combs
  2. 1851 - 1856
  3. Jackson Abstract
  4. Madison County
  5. Vol 13
  6. 479
  7. 17
  8. 32
  9. 6 E
  10. NE¼,NW¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. S. Combs
  2. 1851 - 1856
  3. Jackson Abstract
  4. Madison County
  5. Vol 13
  6. 479
  7. 17
  8. 32
  9. 6 E
  10. SE¼,SW¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. S. Combs
  2. 1851 - 1856
  3. Jackson Abstract
  4. Madison County
  5. Vol 13
  6. 479
  7. 8
  8. 33
  9. 8 E
  10. SW¼,SE¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. W. Combs
  2. 1851 - 1856
  3. WarsaWAbstract
  4. Benton County
  5. Vol 13
  6. 292
  7. 5
  8. 39
  9. 22W
  10. (can not read)
  11. 78+ acres
  1. W. H. Combs
  2. 1851 - 1856
  3. WarsaWAbstract
  4. Bates County
  5. Vol 13
  6. 135
  7. 22
  8. 41
  9. 29W
  10. E½,NE¼
  11. 80 acres
  1. W. H. Combs
  2. 1851 - 1856
  3. WarsaWAbstract
  4. Bates County
  5. Vol 13
  6. 187
  7. 22
  8. 41
  9. 29W
  10. NE½,NE¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. W. H. Combs
  2. 1851 - 1856
  3. WarsaWAbstract
  4. Bates County
  5. Vol 13
  6. 187
  7. 22
  8. 41
  9. 29W
  10. SE¼,NW¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. W. H. Combs
  2. 1851 - 1856
  3. WarsaWAbstract
  4. Bates County
  5. Vol 13
  6. 187
  7. 22
  8. 41
  9. 29W
  10. NE¼,SW¼
  11. 40 acres
  1. W. R. Combs
  2. 1851 - 1856
  3. Jackson Abstract
  4. Bollinger County
  5. Vol 13
  6. 457
  7. 19
  8. 30
  9. 8 E
  10. S ½, Lot #1,NW¼
  11. 40 acres

Some of these individuals were probably among a number of land speculators. Several of the Combs lines will be found following land acquisition in their westward movement. It is possible that some researchers will be able to find additional family members by finding a link to one of the Combs land speculators, not only in Missouri, but in other states as well.
Researcher & Transcriber: Michael R. Wilson
Associated Surnames: ROGERS, MARK, BROWN, BENTON, BARNARD, YATES (YEATES), BULLOCK, JOHNSON, CARTER, SMALLEY, GILLEN, MOORE, MEANS, TAPP.
Locations: Bath, Montgomery, Bourbon, Nicholas Counties, KY; Putnum, Boone Counties, IN; Buchanan, Andrew, Clay, Jackson, Ray, Ralls Counties, MO.


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