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Harlan County was established in 1871 from Unorganized Territory. The County seat is Alma.

1900 Harland [Harlan] Co, NE

Turkey Cr.

21-94-1-74 Monroe COMBS b Jan 1844 age 56 IL
Julia wife Jan 1848 52 Ind
Neal H. Jan 1877 23 Nebr
Elmer C. b Aug 1878 21 Nebr
Dora B June 1883 16 Nebr.

(Excerpted from Opal Combs Correspondence provided to Combs Researcher Joyce Winter Kahre by Researcher Dale Wilson. Transcribed by Researcher Opal Combs from 1900 Nebraska Soundex)

Notes: Monroe Jackson COMBS (s/o Jefferson Lee and Jane G. SWAN Combs, gs/o John and Jane JACKSON Combs, ggs/o John & Sarah MABRY Combs) m Julie ROBERTS per their daughter, Minnie Jane COMBS. See also 1850 Bureau Co, IL census, 1860 Nemaha Co, NE Census and Holt Co, MO.

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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