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Cass County was established in 1846 from Bowie County. It was called Davis County until 1871. The county seat is Linden.


1880 Cass Co, TX Census

transcribed by S. C. Hefner

p. 132

229-229
COMBS, Dennis B M 31 farmer AL VA VA
Rosetta B F 31 wife Miss blank blank
Essje? B F 5/12 daughter TX AL Miss

230/230 FRANCIS, Sam(?) B F 31 single laborer[sic] TX AL Miss
Catherine B F 4 daughter TX AL Miss
COMBS, H. B F 60 mother widowed SC SC SC

p. 136

281-281
COMBS, Patsey B F 43 widow farming TX SC SC
Willis B M 18 son farming TX GA AL
Masinah B F daughter GA GA GA


Texas Death Records: 1964-1998

19 Feb 1968 Jennie Elizabeth COOMBS died. She was a widow.

19 Mar 1981 Raymond Ray COMBS died.

Note: He was born in 1904, and he is buried in Lakeview Memorial Gardens in Gregg County.

10 May 1996 Beatrice Gertrude 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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