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Washington County, Texas, was established in 1836 from the Texas Municipality. Descendant Counties include (in 1837) Montgomery, (in 1841) Brazos, and (in 1846) Burleson. The county seat is Brenham.


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

Moses N. COMBS - M. N. COMBS Abstract #124


1845 (from Cemetery Records of Washington County, Texas: 1826-1960, by Judy & Nath
Winfield, Jr., 1974.)

p. 54
COMES, Moses Neuril
born in New York City 10 Dec 1809
died at Independence, Texas 4 Dec 1845


1860 U.S. Census Index

Independence

p. 163
John COMB

Note: The microfilm in my library is illegible, so I have not been able to transcribe this entry.


1873 (Washington County, Texas 1873 List of Registered Voters, indexed by Bob Gordon, 2003)

NAME; PRECINCT; REGISTRATION NUMBER

COMBES, Isaac; 1; 816

COMBS, Isaac; 1-Box 1; 174


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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