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Perry County was established in 1820 from Cumberland Co PA


da M. Ardnt? of Newport, age 19, white, and Henry McCombs, a railroader of Harrisburg, age 24, white, procured a marriage license in Perry Co. and were married April 20, 1886.

Source: Records of the Department of Internal Affairs, RECORD OF MARRIAGES, 1885-1891. {series #14.25} Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Bureau of Archives and History, Pennsylvania State Archives. For original record see Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission


Riverview Cemetery, Millerstown, Greenwood Township

COOMBE, William 29 Jan 1838 - 31 Mar 1907
wf. Clementine M. (Winters) 25 Mar 1839 - 1 Mar 1905
son Walter Clyde 29 Jan 1873 - 27 May 1950

(Extracted by Combs Researcher Barbara Rivas from the Riverview Cemtery Enumeration, provided by Vi. P. Limrick to the Perry Co PAGenWeb)


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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