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Cambria County was formed first as an onorganized county in 1804 from Somerset, Bedford and Huntingdon Counties. It was attached to Somerset County. In 1807 it was organized.


1870 Cambria Co, PA Census

REEL NO: M5931317

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Conemaugh Boro, 2nd Ward

p. 169b; 9 Jul 1870, Geo Engelbach

97/96 Comb Arther 25 M W C Miner Eng
Mary 20 F W Keeping House PA
Harlina 1 F W Eng
Samuel 27 M W C Miner Eng
Carolin 20 F W Keeping House Eng
L M 7 F W PA * age possibly 1


1880 Cambria Co, PA Census

MICROFILM#: T9-1110

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Woodvale Borough

SD8 ED194

p. 265D; 8-17 Jun 1880, L. Strayer

60/82 WOLFORD H. J. W M 26 Laborer 12 PA PA PA
Mary W F 30 Wife Keeping house PA Ger Ger
Willie W M 3 Son PA PA PA
Frank W M 1 Son PA PA PA
Coombs Carrie W F 11 Stepdaughter At school PA PA PA
Anna W F 6 Stepdaughter PA PA PA

MICROFILM#: T9-1111

Alleghany Township

ED202

p. 384B; 2-18 Jun 1880, John A. Schwab

ST. FRANCIS COLLEGE

215/226 Combs Robert M. W M 13 Student x Student x PA PA France

Note: Listed with many other resident students


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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