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Hancock County

1900 Census
Harry Combs 1900 Census: Findlay Twp, Hancock Co., OH; ED 59. "South Main Street" is written in the margin to the left of the names. Harry, b. March 1864, age 35, married 18 years, he and both parents born in Ohio, Lumber _____?, house is owned with a mortgage. Effie Cordelia, wife, b. Feb 1864, age 35, married 18 years, 4 of 4 children living, she and both parents born in Ohio. Karus, Clara G., daughter, b. Feb 1883, age 17, married one year. Charlotte P, daughter, b. Nov 1885, age 14. Alfred W, son, born March 1891, age 9. Robert F, son, born Sept 1893, age 6.

Notes: The children are listed as Clara G., Charlotte P., Alfred W., and Robert F. They appear on later census records and as Grace (Clara), Pearl (Charlotte), and Freeman (Robert). Alfred is the only child to continue using his first name rather than his middle name. Also, some census indicies incorrectly note Alfred's middle initial as "O" (Excerpted by Combs Researcher Jennifer Wilhelmi)

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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