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of Trumbull Co, OH
Trumbull was established in 1800 from Jefferson and Wayne Co, MI (Jefferson from Washington in 1797). In 1808, Portage and Ashtabula was est. from Geauga and Trumbull, and in 1846, Mahoning was est. from Columbiana and Trumbull.
1810 Trumbull Co, OH Census Index
Et Ebenezer COMES
Ebenezer COMES [sic]
1820 Trumbull Co, OH Census
(Heritage Quest: Series: M33 Roll: 89 Page: 339)
Baldwin, Byram 1000__ 30100 (very hard to read)
Note(J.Wilhelmi): The name, is very close to Byron Baldwin (Allen Co, OH in 1860) and the number of females would allow for one of them to be Susan Baldwin who married William G. Combs in Allen Co., OH. Two lines down is Henry Hull. William G. and Susan Baldwin Combs' daughter Isabell married a Henry Hull. If those Baldwin and Hull families moved individually or together they could be the same found in Allen and Auglaize Co, OH in the 1860's.
1830 Trumbull Co, OH Census Index
Combs, Seth N.
1840 Trumbull Co, OH Census Index
Combs, ? John M.
Seth N. Combs
1850 Trumbull Co, OH Census Index
Eliza Jane Combs
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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