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Nacogdoches County, Texas, was established in 1836 from the Old Mexican Municipality. Descendant Counties include Rusk (1843), and (in 1846) Angelina, Cherokee, Dallas, Henderson, Hopkins, Houston, Hunt, and Upshur. The county seat is Nacogdoches.


1838 (Taxpayers of the Republic of Texas. Compiled and published by Beth and Emily Dorman. 1988.)
p. 145, Nacogdoches County, 1838
John COMB (Agent representing a living person) 6 slaves, $3,000 Value, no poll


1840 (1840 Citizens of Texas: Volume 2: Tax Rolls. by Gifford White. Austin: Ingmire Press, 1984.)
p. 122, John COMB 1 poll, land-S497, 7 slaves


1880 U.S. Census

transcribed by S. C. Hefner

p. 194

481-495 MOORE, Sam B M 21 son-in-law farmer TX ? ?
WHITAKER, James B M 12 son TX ? ?
Mary Mu F 8 daughter TX ? ?
Eliza Mu F 5 daughter TX ? ?
COMBS, Harriet Mu F 24 married Laborer Miss ? ?

Note: Despite different household numbers, I believe this group is part of the household immediately above them (#481-494) headed by ? WHITAKER B M 54


7 Aug 1884 (Texas Marriages 1851-1900; microfilm; extracted by Debi Houser)
Munroe HEARD married Harriett COMBS

13 Jan 1887 (Texas Marriages 1851-1900; microfilm; extracted by Debi Houser)
Louis BENTON married Harriet COMBS


Texas Death Records: 1964-1998

14 Jan 1994 Lela Faye COMBS died.

14 May 1994 Doris Aldine COMBS died.

9 Dec 1997 Mary Loris 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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