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John Combest

Of South Carolina

The State of South Carolina Chester District I, John ROSBOROUGH clerk of the Court and Register of Chester District do hereby vertify unto all whom it may concern that Jane Combest the wife of the within named John Combest did this day appear before me and upon being privately and seperately examined by me did declare that she does freely voluntairly and without any compulsion dread or fear of any person or persons whom so ever renounced released and forever relinquish unto the within named Thomas McLure his heirs and asigns all her interest and Estate and also all her right and clain of Dower of in or to all and singular the premises within mentioned and released. Given under my hand and seal this fifteenth day of November 1816 her JANE X, COMBEST. Recorded Nov. 1816.


John Combest 313 acres Orangeburg District on Taylors Branch of Buckhead Creek bounded by Mrs. Collins, A. Debardelabin, Wm. Bull and Isaac Huger andF Mrs. White. 1 September 1794 by William Moutrie

John Combest 306 acres Ninety Six District on the Waters of Little Saluda River, on a branch called Beaver Dam, bounded by lands held by Thomas Williams, Vacant land, Fairchild, and land called Fairchilds big survey. 5 February 1798 by Charles Pinckney

The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research

Page 363-364: An appraisement of the Estate of John Combest Taken and made the 17th Day of Sepember 1786, Total 50 8 4. Certified by us Michael Dickson, James Bishop, Robert Morrison. Who is this John Combest?

John Combest

One John Cumbest was in Alabama by 1821 when he was listed as a patentee for land from the Cahaba Land Office.

Simon Cumbest had a brother John who was in Alabama and this John is thought to be the brother.

John Combest had four cash entry sales dating from 1821 to 1835. All were in the Township 17 North, and in Section 12, 11 and 5 and in Range 8 East and 9 East.

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