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Goliad County was established in 1836 from the Old Mexican Municipality. Descendant Counties include Bee (1857), and Dewitt (1846). The county seat is Goliad.


1860 Goliad Co, TX Census

Middletown

p. 63

893 James Combs 28 farming VA
Susan 26 TX
Lucinda 2 TX
Edenie (Edward) 3/12 TX

Betty Jo Teffeteller Note: Children of Edward COMBS and Annie Bell STAFFORD: Robert, b abt 1895; Louie Viven, b 18 Jul 1897, d ?, married Clarice Edna Warlick, 19 Nov 1919; Allie Estelle, b 19 May 1900, died 13 Feb 1985, married Emmett Russell Phillips, 9 Jun 1918; Essie Mae; Agnes Zelfer, b 25 Dec 1904; Vera; David; Francis Virginia, b 19 Jun 1913; Tina Jewel, b 9 May 1919. See also Bastrop County, Texas and Llano County, Texas.

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237 Scott KELL
E. Combs 25 m laborer Maine


1870 Goliad Co, TX Census

No Combs


1880 Goliad Co, TX Census

No Combs


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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