“History of the Combs Family” by S.S. Combs

Pine Mountain Settlement School
Series 27: Scrapbooks, Albums, Gathered Notes
LOCAL HISTORY SCRAPBOOK

“History of the Combs Family”  by S.S. Combs


CONTENTS: “History of the Combs Family”  by S.S. Combs [Page 23]

“History of the Combs Family”  by S.S. Combs ; Combs family ; 10 brothers ; North Fork Kentucky River ; Harrison Combs ; Scotland ; Matthew Combs ; peaches ; conr ; rifles ; guns ; axes ; hoes ; iron wedges ; froes ; bears ; tame bears ; peach brandy ; moonshine ; stills ; Black Mountain ; Henry Ingle ; Fifteen Mile Creek ; Troublesome Creek ; Isaac Combs ;  Wolfe County, Kentucky ; Kentucky River ; bow oar ;  stern oar ; New Orleans markets ; Henry Combs ; Hugh Combs ; George Combs ; Steve Combs ; walked from New Orleans, 1200 miles ; Charles Allen ; Perry County Kentucky ; Fannie Brown ; William Brown ; George Washington ; Annie Brown ; blindness ; Alfred Combs ; William Combs ; Nathan Combs ; Rachael Combs ; Isaac Bach ; Breathitt County ; Tempie Davis ; Henry Combs ; Letcher County ; South Fork of Quicksand ; Robert Davis ; Aunt Polly Davis ; James W. Combs ; Dulcina Combs ; Stephen Combs ; Sewell Combs ; Larkin Combs ; Alfred Combs ; William Tempie Davis Combs (d. 1854) ; Ben Grigsby ; Isaac Combs Winnie Combs ; Evaline Combs ; Angelina Combs ; Ben Combs ;Mat Combs ; Edward Combs ;  James Combs ; State College at Lexington, Ky ; Henry Clay Monument ; lawyers ; Judge J.M. Elliott ; Union army ; Colonel Barnes’ regiment ; Fourth Kentucky Infantry ; Murfreesboro, Tennessee ; Larkin Combs was Confederate ; General John S. Williams’ regiment ; Capt. J.M. Thomas’ company ; Capt. David Swango ; Uncle Harrison Swango ; Hazel Green ; Grapevine, Perry County, Ky ; typhoid fever ; Asbury Combs ; Irvine, Ky ; Col. H.C. Lilly ; Sixth Kentucky Calvary ; Henry Combs ; Jeff Johnson ; Abe Swango ; T.C. Johnson of Lee County, Ky ; Alfred Combs, County Judge of Breathitt County, Ky ; David K. Butler, County Attorney ; General Elijah Combs, Revolutionary War, came to Hazard, Kentucky from Virginia ; one-hundred and twenty gallons of peach brandy ; Winchester, Kentucky ; Benjamin Combs from Russell County, Virginia ; floated Ohio River to Maysville ; Daniel Boon Trail ; Patrick Henry, Governor of Virginia ; William Z. Eubank ; peach orchard ; Ned McIntosh’s still ;  Hazard Court House ; log houses ; Twin Creek and Crawford Family ; Austin Godsey ; tax paid in fur skins ; J.G. Trimble ; W.O. Mize ; Ike Combs ; Sheriff A.T. Combs ; corn whiskey ; rye whiskey ; apple brandy ; two barrels of apple brandy for $242.00 ; Joe Sanders ; Elihu Weber ; James E. Sloan ; Campton, Kentucky ; handmade wool and cotton cards ; hooped skirts ; horse thieves ; S.A. Duff ; merchandising ;


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