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of Webster Co, MO
Webster County was formed in 1855 from Greene Co, Missouri.
1870 Webster Co, MO Census
Source: Heritage Quest, original image, 1870, MISSOURI, WEBSTER, UNION TWP, Series: M593 Roll: 826 Page: 344
p. 33/334, 16 Aug. 1870
245/245 WALKER John T, 25, m, w, Farm Laborer, PP=$150, NC
Louisa E, 30, f, w, Keeping house, TN
Martha A, 6, f, w, TN
Mary E, 4, f, w, TN
Notes: Could Louisa have been a Combs from McMinn Co? Both William and Osborn Combs of McMinn had daughters named Louisa.
246/246 Combs William, 22, m, w, Farm Laborer, PP=$100, TN
Sarah, 23, f, w, Keeping house, TN
John H, 3⁄12, m, w, TN
Notes: William Leander Combs married Sarah WRIGHT, sister to below Mary E Jackson per Sheryl Stubbs. Son John H was John Houston Combs. William Leander appears to be the son of Osborn Combs and Delphia STANFIELD of McMinn Co, Tenn.
247/247 JACKSON John H, 22, m, w, Day Laborer, GA
Mary E, 22, f, w, Keeping house, TN
William 2, m, w, TN
Lucina 3⁄12, f, w, MO
Notes: John H JACKSON, a confederate soldier born in White Co, Georgia, married Mary E WRIGHT per gg-granddaughter Sheryl Stubbs.
252/252 Combs Jackson 33, m, w, Farm Laborer, PP=$150, TN
Melinda E, 23, f, w, Keeping house, NC
John, 3, m, w, TN
James M, 1, m, w, MO
Notes: Jackson Combs married Malinda WALKER 24 March 1866 in McMinn Co, Tenn.
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