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Unicoi County was established in 1875 out of Washington and Carter counties.

1900 Unicoi Co, TN Census

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Third Civil District

SD: 250; ED: 173; 19 Jun 1900

Sheet 7 B

125/126 Combs Jackson Apr 1841 59 M 28 VA VA VA ??
Heneretta wife July 1854 45 M 28 13 10 VA VA VA
Lulah E. daughter Jan 1882 18 VA VA VA
Evert E. son Aug 1884 15 VA VA VA Day Laborer
James F. son Oct 1886 13 VA VA VA
Joseph H. P. son Aug 1890 9 TN VA VA
Roy S. son Oct 1892 7 TN VA VA
Vica July daughter 1895 4 TN VA VA
Fannie R. daughter Feb 1898 2 TN VA VA
William J. son Sep 1874 25 M 0 VA VA VA ??
Margaret d in Law Aug 1881 18 M 0 0 0 TN NC TN

June 20 (in left margin). Occupations of both Jackson and William J. unclear.

Note: [Mandeville] Jackson Combs is s/o John & Penninah Jane (BELLER) Combs, he married Henrietta E. MARTIN 27 Jul 1871 in Giles County, VA. See 1880 Pulaski Co, VA Census for both Mandeville Jackson and father John Combs.

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