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Hamilton County was established in 1858 from Bosque, Comanche, and Lampasas Counties. The county seat is Hamilton.

Land Grants

(from Texas GenWeb Archives, extracted by S. C. Hefner)

James B. COMBS J. COMBS Abstract #163
Moses N. COMBS M. COMBS Abstract #152

(Bounty and Donation Land Grants of Texas: 1835-1888. by Thomas Lloyd Miller. The University of Texas Press in Austin. 1967, extracted by S. C. Hefner.)

COMBS, James B.: The heirs of James B. COMBS received bounty warrant 1359 for 1,280 acres in Hamilton County from AG [Attorney General] on 5 Sep 1853. It was granted for “services from 7 June 1836 and having entered for during the war and while on furlough died.” Land was ptd to the heirs on 20 Oct 1854. Pat 56 Vol 7 Abst 161 GLO File Mil Bty 1058.

Note: James B. COMBS was more than likely a volunteer from Kentucky. See the Texas Index page for more information.

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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