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Van Zandt County was established in 1848 from Henderson County. The county seat is Canton.

1910Van Zandt Co, TX


145/147 COMBS, Edward Jesse, 38, MO PA KY
Josie 33, TX TX TX
James E. 12, TX MO TX
William R. 10, TX MO TX
Sam Howard 06 TX MO TX
Jesse F. (m) 02 TX MO TX

Note: Is this Edward J. son of William R. Combs found in 1870 Butler Co, MO Census and also previously in the 1900 Kaufman Co, TX Census as Jesse.

1920Van Zandt Co, TX

Precinct 4

174/275 COMBS, Josie 46, Widow TX TX TX
Willie 18, TX TX TX
Robert 15, TX TX TX
Jesse 12, TX TX TX

294/295 COMBS, James E. 22, TX U.S. U.S.
Pinkie 15, TX U.S. U.S.

pre-1918 (Van Zant County Texas, Histories and Biographies - Vol II: 1848-1991, Compiled and arranged by Ruth Mara McGee, Chairman, The Van Zandt County History Book Committee, Published by The Vandt County Genealogical Society, P.O. 434, Wills Point, Tx 75169. copyright © Van Zandt County Genealogical Society 1991. extracted by Birdie Totty McNutt.)

According to the family report on the LIDE family in Van Zant County, Texas [boarders Kaufman Co.], it seems the following LIDE family members migrated from Mississippi to Texas: James W. LIDE and unknown, Rufus LIDE and Nancy Ann ELizabeth TARVER, and Thomas Hiram LIDE and Ruthie Eram PHILLIPS[dau of Sally COMBS].

“Ruthie's mother, Sally Rupe PHILLIPS married 2nd to Albert COMBS. Five children were born to this union; Edna Melissa, Ethel, and two boys. We do not know their names. Sally RUPE COMBS is buried in Radar Cemetery.”

Birdie Totty McNutt Note: Ruthie's father was Hampton PHILLIPS who died at the age of 26 and is buried in Davis, [Murray County], Oklahoma. Hampton was married to Sarah "Sally" RUPE. After the death of Hampton PHILLIPS, Sally married second to Albert L. COMBS and they had a total of five children born to them. This family is probably the same COMBS family found in Kaufman County in the 1920 Census. The family included Albert L., Ethel, Susie, Charlie, Edna, Cecil, and Hanier.

Radar Cemetery

North East of Kaufman County, Texas in the Red Oak community off Highway 34. From Interstate 20 in Terrell, Texas, take exit 506 which is also College Mound road. Go 429 South about 8 miles and the Cemetery is about 150 feet from the road on the right. [visited 6-26-99]

Sally RUPE PHILLIPS COMBS 4 Sep 1882 - 20 Oct 1918

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