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Morgan County, VA was established in 1820 from Berkeley and Hampshire Cos, VA. In 1863, Morgan became part of the newly-established state of West Virginia. No descendant counties.


1830 Morgan Co, VA Census Index (transcription needed)

Page 114
David Combs

Notes: Not known if an 1820 Morgan census was extant. If so, no Combs located. No David was on either the 1820 Berkeley or the 1820 Hampshire. See Berkeley Co, VA (WV) re Joseph Combs of Warm Springs Run of present-day Morgan County.


1840-1850 Morgan Co, VA Census Index.

No Combs


Camp Hill Cemetery

Paw Paw, Morgan County, WV

Frank Brown Combs May 7, 1889 - May 12, 1954
Pearl Lyons Combs July 13, 1888 - May 30, 1965
William Combs 1863 - 1933

(Combs Researcher Matt Combs, Matt Combs' Genealogy Page)

MC Notes: Frank Brown Combs, my grandfather, m Pearl L. LYONS. He was the s/o John Slidell McKenzie Combs and Emma V. SEABER (m 25 Dec 1872, Westernport, >Allegany Co, MD, the bride's residence, the groom a resident of Piedmont, Mineral Co, WV), and gs/o John Joseph & Susanna Melvina CRAWFORD Combs of Hampshire Co, VA. Of William Combs, brother of Frank Brown Combs, little is known. He was living in Ohio in 1909 when his father, John Slidell McKenzie Combs, died.


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