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of Allegheny Co, PA
Last updated 11 April 2009
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1791 Supply Tax Allegheny County, PA
County Tax Exoneration Lists, Records of the Comptroller General
St. Clair Twp
COMB, Nathl. 9.3
COMB, Joseph 11
(LDS Film # 0295759 per Combs Researcher Denise Mortorff)
1800 Allegheny Co, PA Census
George COM 01200-01100-00
(Census Index transcription - unreliable)
1810 Allegheny Co, PA Census Index
Not yet checked??
1820 Allegheny Co, PA Census Index
1830 Allegheny Co, PA Census Index
Pittsburgh Cty So W
John M. COMBS
1840 Allegheny Co, PA Census Index
E Liberty Village
George M. COMBS
William M. COMBS
Thomas M. COMBS
Pittsburgh E Ward
1850 Census Allegheny Co, PA Census
(Transcribed by Combs Researcher Deb Coombs who adds: Joseph COMBS listed on Census Index for Allegheny Co., Lower St. Clair Twp. p.182: NOT FOUND)
Prestly COMBS , 44, M, no occupation, VA
Ann, 40, F, VA
Mary, 20, F, VA
George, 18, M, VA
Ann, 15, F, OH
Gertrude, 13, F, OH
Francis, 10, M, OH
Notes: According to the DAR Lineage (Vol. 30) of the above Gertrude COOMBS [sic] (later w/o Noble Thomas CAMPBELL), she was born in Mt. Vernon, Knox Co, OH, d/o Presley COOMBS & Ann Stuart RYAN, and gd/o “John COOMBS and Nancy VINNANDER his wife.” See the Combs &c. Research Report for Rev. War Soldier John COMBS who m (2) 18 Jan 1797, Loudoun Co, VA, Ann “Nancy” GREEN, widow of George VENANDER (Loudoun marriage Bond 2 Jan 1794) No marriage record has been located as yet for Presley and Ann Stuart RYAN, who are on the 1830 Loudoun Co, VA census, and had moved on to Allegheny between 1840 and 1850 based on that county's 1850 census.
The Mining Journal, Frostburg, MD
Died - Ida Marie Combs was born at Westernport, Allegany County, Md., March 18th, 1841, and died in Pittsburgh, [Allegheny Co] PA., Thursday, Aug. 21st, 1879. She was a dutiful child, with tender heart and a loving disposition, thinking always of other's happiness before self. At the age of 16 she joined the M. E. Church at Piedmont, W.Va., and has ever since been an active, consistent and working member. She was married to Geo. W. MORGAN, of the East Baltimore Conference. She died peacefully and happily; leaving a husband and six children, the oldest being but 13 years and the youngest an infant, born the morning of its mother's death. The children could not all be brought, and the father had to remain with them. Services were held at the residence in Pittsburgh, and the parting of husband and children was a heart-rending scene. Her remains were brought to Oakland Saturday and interred in the Odd-Fellow's cemetery Sunday, after services in the M.E. Church, conducted by Rev. B. Ison.
Notes from Matt:
- Westernport is in Allegany County, MD on the Potomac River.
- Piedmont, W.Va is just opposite Westernport, MD in West Virginia.
Provided by: Researcher David Stephens; submitted by Matthew Combs
23 Dec 1880, Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co, PA, M. COMBS married Elizabeth McCOY
(Extracted by Thom Montgomery from Marriage return of Rev. F. P. Saylor, United Evangelical Assoc. Pittsburgh, PA)
Directory of Homestead, East Homestead 1896 (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh, Digital Research Library)
Combs, Charles, wagonmaker, at 401 Eight ave
" " " bds rear 611 Amity street
Coombs, Charles, Mifflin street near Fourteenth ave
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