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Marion County was established in 1860 from Cass County. The county seat is Jefferson.


1860 Marion Co, TX Census

transcribed by S. C. Hefner

Alleys Mills

p. 456

24-24 James P. COMBS 31 farmer GA
Martha 32 Ala

28-28 L. DAVIS 15 Ala
Wm. O. " 11 Ala
Sarah G. " 9 Ala
James H. COMBS 4 Ala

Note: James P. and Martha appear at the bottom of the front side of page 456, while the Davises and James H. appear at the top of the back side of the same page. Therefore, despite the different household numbers, I think this is probably the same family.


1870 Marion Co, TX Census

transcribed by S. C. Hefner

Jefferson

p. 364

225-240 COMBS, William 25 M B laborer AL cannot read/write
Laura 23 F B AL
John 4 M B TX
Alice 2 F B TX
William 1 M B TX


Texas Death Records: 1964-1998

13 Feb 1967 Marvin COMBS died. He was single.


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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