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Bell County was established in 1850 from Milam County. Descendant Counties include Burnet (1852), Coryell (1854), and Lampasas (1856). The county seat is Bell.


Land Grant
from Texas GenWeb Archives

James R. COMBS James COMBS abstract #163
James R. COMBS J. R. COMBS abstract #152


1880 Bell Co, TX Census

transcribed by S. C. Hefner

p. 374

1919
COMBS, William W M 24 farmer KY KY KY
Jennie W F 17 wife KY KY KY


1907 JARRELL, Lamira Combs 6 Feb 1838 - 20 Apr 1907, buried Bartlett Cemetery

Texas GenWeb Archives, extracted by S. C. Hefner


Texas Death Records: 1964-1998

29 Dec 1968 Homer Maizie COMBS died. He was single.

08 Oct 1971 Doyle F. COMBS died. He was single.

19 Apr 1977 Fred W. COOMBS died.

16 Mar 1980 Clyde Ellis COMBS died.

07 Jan 1981 Martha Amanda COOMBES died.

09 Jul 1986 James Hiram COMBS died.

23 Oct 1986 William Daniel COOMES died.

29 May 1988 Earl David COMBS died.

25 Feb 1989 Lawrence Willard COMBS died.

05 Dec 1989 Dorothy Ann COMBS died.


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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