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Scuylkill County, Pennsylvania was established from Berks and Northampton Counties in 1811. 1818: Gained land from Columbia and Luzerne Counties.

1830 Schuylkill Co, PA Census Index

Manheim Twp

P. 050
Benjamin COOMBE

1840 Schuylkill Co, PA Census Index


p. 219

1850 Schuylkill Co, PA Census

Roll 827

Blythe Twp

p. 89b
James COMBS, 30, M, Miner, England
Sarah, 28, F, England
William, 3, M, PA
Sarah, 1, F, PA

Newcastle Twp

p. 136b

1965/__ Catherine COMBS, 66, F, PA
David, 33, M, carpenter, PA
Jeremiah, 21, M, carpenter, PA
George MYERS, 32, M, Blacksmith, PA, married within year
Catherine MYERS, 28, F, PA, married within year

p. 142a

__/__ Catherine COMBS, 17, F, b. Germany living in household 2055
Henry (HEIDE?) age 3(-?), M, laborer, b. Germany

p. 176 b.
Emma COOMBS, 2, F, PA living in household 2629:
George (DERRICKS?), 49, M, Blacksmith, b. PA
Mary, 43, F, PA

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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