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|Combs &c. Families|
of St. Clair Co, MO
St. Clair was established in 1841 from Rives County [later Henry County]. The county seat is Osceola.
1870 St. Clair Co, MO Census
Microfilm Roll No. M593-807
p. 3; 27 Jun 1870
20/20 McCAIN, ---- 49 M W Farmer 2600 360 S. C
Elizabeth 61 F W Keeping House KY
McCRAREY, Thos. 20 M W Farmer IN
Sarah 16 F W At Home IN
Combs, James 33 M W Farm Hand IN
Mary J. 26 F W House Work IN
Alex 8 M W At Home IN
Margaret 4 F W At Home IN
Mary 2 F W At Home IN
Note: James Combs b. Dubois Co IN 1833 to 1837 who married in 8 Oct 1860 in Mt. Vernon, Posey Co, IN to Mary Jane McCREARY, b. 3 Sept 1843 ?-- IN, dtr of Alexander McCREARY. Also see the 1860 Census, Posey Co, IN (not found in 1850).
1880 St. Clair Co, MO Census
Microfilm Roll No. T9-714
15 Jun 1880
176/208 Combs James W M 45 Farmer IN IN IN
Mary J. W F 35 Wife Keeping house IN TN IN
Alexander W M 18 Son Laborer IN IN IN
Margret W F 13 Dau. sch. IN IN IN
Mary W F 11 Dau.sch. MO IN IN
David W M 8 Son sch. MO IN IN
Rachael W F 8 Dau. Menangetus MO IN IN
Elizabeth W F 6 Dau. Home MO IN IN
Martha W F 4 Dau. Home MO IN IN
Eugene W M 3/12 Son MO IN IN
Josephine W F 3/12 Dau. MO IN IN
Note: Eugene and Josephine, both lines crossed through; they both died within year. (Breon Cemetery MOGenWeb). Mary Ann Combs (age 11) later married 1891 to John Riley Steele b. 1864 Waynesville, Dewitt Co, IL. They had the following chldren: Emma May, Mary Elisabeth, Thomas Alex, Anna Belle, John Riley, Jr, Rachel P., and David E. (Virginia M. Parker)
1900 St. Clair Co, MO Census
18 Jun 1900
Combs, James head Jan 1830 70 married 40Y IN IN IN farmer
Mary wife May 1844 56 married 40Y 12ch 9liv IN TN IN
Rachel P. dau Jul 1870 29 single MO IN IN
James T. son May 1884 15 S MO IN IN
HOUSTON, James W. gson Oct 1890 9 MO MO MO MAYER, Martha dau Aug 1875 24 widow 5ch 3liv MO IN IN
Bessie gdau Feb 1893 7 MO MO MO
Thomas gson Oct 1894 5 MO MO MO
May gdau Jul 1896 3 MO MO MO
Note: Next found in Henry Co, MO.
St. Clair Co, MO Cemeteries
Combs in St. Clair County Missouri (Cemetery) Database MOGenWeb
Combs, Eugene 1 June 1879 Missouri 20 July 1879 ---Breon Cemetery James & Mary Combs. No spouse. Twin to Josephine. Died in infancy. 1880 Butler Twp.
Combs, Josephine 1 June 1879 Missouri 23 July 1879 ---Breon Cemetery James & Mary Combs. No spouse. Twin to Eugene. Died in infancy. 1880 Butler Twp.
Combs, James 12 December 1854 Wilkes Co., North Carolina 30 September 1911 Polk Twp. Corbin Cemetery Zachariah & Sarah (Ray) Combs. Mary C. Lewis. Buried 1 Oct. 1911. 1910 Polk Twp. Death Certificate
Combs, Frances Ellen 20 June 1868 --- 9 September 1956
Combs, Olive 11 June 1896 Missouri 8 October 1896 ---Taberville Cemetery Buren & Mary E. [?] Combs. No spouse. Died in infancy. 1900 Taber Twp.
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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