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of Muskogee Co, OK
Muskogee County was created sometime before Oklahoma became a state in 1907.
NAME: Edgar Combs DOB: January 14, 1886 - AR DOD: November 16, 1918 FATHER: MOTHER: CAUSE OF DEATH: Pneumonia fever BURIAL: Haskell Cemetery Haskell, OK NAME: Sarah Catherine Combs DOB: March 6, 1845 DOD: November 15, 1934 FATHER: James Berchett MOTHER: Virginia Robins - VA CAUSE OF DEATH: Senility BURIAL: Haskell Cemetery Haskell, OK
Note: Wife of George Washington Combs (s/o John, gs/o Gilbert, ggs/o Thomas & Martha COMBS Combs).
NAME: Unnamed Baby Combs DOB: March 22, 1917 DOD: March 22, 1917 FATHER: W. E. Combs MOTHER: CAUSE OF DEATH: Stillborn BURIAL: Haskell Cemetery Haskell, OK NAME: May Comer DOB: Funeral home list age as 2-months old DOD: December 25, 1916 FATHER: MOTHER: CAUSE OF DEATH: Influenza of the lungs BURIAL:
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