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George Davison Aylesworth Combs
1925 manuscript

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Following the death of George D.A. Combes, his wife and daughter made a 1925 Combes Manuscript available to Researcher Winifred Lovering Holman who edited it, including additiional records and annotations, with the result being a rough draft, 1961-dated, unpublished manuscript, of which Combs &c. has a partial (seeking remainder!) copy provided by Combs Researcher Hannah Combs Friedlander, and titled "Combes Genealogy" by George Davison Aylesworth Combes (1889-1941), Assisted by Clinton de Raisnes Combs (1886-1953), compiled ante 1925, Edited by Winifred Lovering Holman, S.B., F.A.S.G.; hereinafter GDAC, 1925.

The Editor (rather than the Author/Compiler) apparently added references from additional sources, including New Jersey Wills (Archives Series), American Genealogist, New York Genealogical and Biographical Record and the New England Historical and Genealogical Register, but *only* as published subsequent to 1940; i.e., following the death of George Davison Aylesworth Combs, which leaves a gap in these sources for the period 1925 through 1940.

The records included in this partial manuscript are all for either NY or NJ, and have been extracted and organized by state, county and township by Combs Researchers (and added to the applicable NJ and NY Combs Counties of Record).

We hope to be able to publish this manuscript shortly (whether in part or in its entirety), but are currently pending a determination as to whether it has ever been published and/or copyrighted (the rough draft includes no copyright). In the meantime, the records extractions are temporarily available in a text file at


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