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Combs &c. Oregon Counties of Record

Earliest Combs of OregonRecords
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Earliest Combs of Oregon County

In 1842 the Oregon Territory extended from the Rocky Mountains to the Pacific Ocean and from Canada to northern California. The people named in this census, however, were living in the Willamette Valley and at Wailatpu near present day Walla Walla, Washington. Most were in the area called French Prairie, north of present-day Salem, Oregon. They were an eclectic mix of retired Hudson's Bay employees, American Mountain Men, Methodist Ministers, and Catholic priests.

List of Settlers West of Rockies, 1842, By Elijah White, Indian Agent

In 1842, Dr. Elijah White, Superintendent for Indian Affairs, took a census called the List of Persons Living South of the Columbia River. (Letters Received by the Office of Indian Affairs, Oregon Superintendency, 1842-1880. NATF 234, reel 607, frames 0112-0119.)

First sheet Frame 116

Coombs, E. 1 m >18; 1 horse; Just arrived

Submitted by Laurainne Synrick from French Canadians in the Oregon


Grant County

Grant County was established in 1864 from Umatilla and Wasco. The County seat is Canyon City.


Canyon City Cemetery Index

COMBS Genevieve p. 19

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Josephine County

Josephine County was established in 1856 from Jackson. The County seat is Grants Pass


Cemeteries: Wilderville Cemetery Josephine County, Oregon

Combs, Clayton 1/2/32

Combs, John W 8/12/1894 11/16/1951

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Lake County

Lake County was established in 1874 from Jackson and Wasco Counties. The County seat is Lakeview.


LAKEVIEW IOOF CEMETERY
Lakeview, OR

Location: T29s R20e Section 10 EWM

Combs, Jessie 12-29-1901 122 2

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SUNSET PARK CEMETERY
Lakeview Oregon

Location: 39s20e section 10 EWM

COMBS, Charles H. 7-03-1953 197 8

COMBS, Clinton 12-23-1953 196 8

COMBS, Leah 1937 97 4

COMBS, Wm. 1928 97 1

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