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I began studying my genealogy about 2008 when I found a briefcase of my great uncle's that was filled with his personal notes and research about our family history. Combined with a large tub of photos obtained from my grandmother that day, I was able to flesh out many details about my ancestors' lives, back to my great grandparents' generation and beyond. I owe my great uncle Joe a huge dept of gratitude; I couldn't, wouldn't, have taken an interest otherwise...|
My branch of the Combs family came to Virginia in the early 1700's, migrated into Kentucky, then Missouri, and a few generations ago settled in California and Oregon. My Great Grandparents were: Murray L Combs, Ella N Sutton, Frank W Nightingil, Anne M Keifer, Charles R Hurst, Manola G Budd, Earl N Weaver, and Blanch May Kibler. I am continuously researching my lines in these families...
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Yes, Erceil was my father, and he was a friend of Murray Combs. I think they were together from induction on. They stayed in touch their entire lives. Would love to share stories as Dad kept a diary, have letters & newspapers, and lots of pics. I, too, am the family historian.
Added by lkayj on Apr 24, 2014 9:08 AM
I am related to you through Frances A Welch through her O'Bannon family. Was wondering if you had any information about any of the O'Bannon's in your Uncle's suitcase.
|Whitney ||Combs section|
Hi, if you wanted to e-mail me, I can send you the photo of the Combs section. I believe Mary, John & Joseph are buried in the section where Joseph's wives, Laura & Anne are buried. I took a photo of the lot if you want it. Take care! Whitney. e-mail: email@example.com
Added by Whitney on Sep 14, 2013 9:37 PM
|110th-35th Quartermaster||Murray Combs|
Thank you so much for a heads up for Mr. Combs. I have added him to my Virtual Cemetery for the 35th Quartermaster. If you are interested I am blogging my father's WWII Story. I found a suitcase of letters which span through their time in WWII. It is my father's story but it is the 35th QM story including the Yoo Hoo incident (http://wp.me/p2eEip-4a). Here is a link to my blog.
Look for the "My Father's Letter's" Category.
I also have over 400 pictures of the 35th QM. If you are interested in viewing them send me an email firstname.lastname@example.org
|Undertaker's Gr/Granddaughter||RE: John and Mary Combs @ Walnut Grove Cemetery|
J. C. is the only thing on the marker. Next time I go to the cemetery, I'll stop by the caretakers office and see if he has any information. I did get a picture. :o)
|Undertaker's Gr/Granddaughter||John and Mary Combs @ Walnut Grove Cemetery|
I went to the groundskeeper and John and Mary are buried in Lot 60. I found a foot stone of J. C., next to Anna Scott Coms and Laura Prewitt Combs. Does this help??? :o)
|Florene Rowles||RE: Susan Combs Grave Photo|
In case you didn't know, the Combs plot in Smithton Cemetery is pretty large. Along with Susan, is William, Nancy, Joseph, Wirt, David. also in this plot are Newton and Ellen Haire, William and Agnes Townsend and Henry Allison and two older ones that I didn't get a good look at.I have photo's for most of these if it helps.
|fordvickie||Re: Photo request|
I wish to THANK YOU for your time and effort in taking and posting the headstone photo for William Varney Baker at the West Lawn Memorial Park in Eugene. Our family really appreciate's your kindness.
Thank you for photographing this stone. Appreciate you. God bless.
|jmkeifer||RE: Hey, Cousin|
Hey thanks! Much appreciated!
Added by jmkeifer on Mar 29, 2013 10:55 PM
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