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Giles County, VA was established in 1806 from Montgomery, Monroe, Tazewell, Craig, Mercer and Wythe.

27 Jul 1871 Giles Co, VA Marriage Book 1. Mandaville J. COMBS, 30, single, b. Fayette Co [va/WV], residing in Giles Co, s/o John & Jane COMBS, farmer, & Hanrrietta E. MARTIN, 17, single, b. Giles Co, residing Giles Co, d/o John & E. MARTIN. (Combs Researcher Steven H. Gilley)

SHG Notes: By 1880, Mandeville Jackson and Henrietta MARTIN Combs were in Pulaski Co, VA as were his parents, John and Penninah Jane.

Important: All Records collected for this county may not have been added here as yet. See also our Combs Research List Archives.

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