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Pitt County was established in 1760 from Beaufort.

1762 "List of Taxables for the Secretarys office at Wilmington a true copy of the List of Taxables for the Couty of Pitt For the year 1762"

COOMBS, Thomas 1 white poll, 0 slave, Total 1

(Extracted from List of Taxables, Pitt County, 1762 Transcribed and contributed by Roger Kammerer; NC Archives and History, Raleigh, NC, Pitt Co, NCGenWeb Archives)

Notes: Also on 1763 list per index of another source. No Combs or var. sp. located in later Pitt Co, NC records, but this county not yet researched.

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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