St. Charles County is one of MO's original counties, established in 1804, covered most of northeastern Mississippi. In 1813, most of her territory was lost to non-county area with some regained in 1815. In 1821, Missouri was admitted as a state, and major changes occurred resulting in St. Charles becoming a small county in central eastern MO on the Mississippi River, a position she has maintained to this day.

1835 "LUCKETT. - Thomas LUCKETT was a native of Maryland, but removed to Virginia, and settled there. He married Elizabeth DOUGLAS, and they had ten children -- John, Richard, Thomas, William, Nathan, Joanna, Nancy, Polly, Elizabeth and Ignatius. William married Nancy Combs, daughter of Ennis Combs and Margaret ROUSSEAU and settled in St. Charles county, Mo., in 1835. He served in the War of 1812. He had six children - Elizabeth D., Thomas H., Jane N., Gibson B., John C., and Benjamin D.

(PIONEER FAMILIES OF MISSOURI, by Wm. S. Bryan and Robert Rose.)

"William LUCKETT of MD moved to VA and married Elizabeth DOUGLAS. They had 10 children. William LUCKETT, Jr. married Nancy Combs, daughter of Ennis Combs and Margaret ROUSSEAU. Ennis and Margaret moved to St. Charles Co., MO in 1835 and had six children.

("MISSOURI PIONEERS", Volumes 1 thru 30 and Volume 1 of "MARRIAGE RECORDS OF MISSOURI" (basicly a companion set to "Missouri Pioneers" Gloria B. Carter))

Note discrepencancy in father's first name, and death location of Ennis Combs, the s/o John & Seth BULLITT Combs, Sr. of Stafford Co, VA. See mail archives post Subj: Combs - Luckett

Important: All Records collected for this county may not have been added here as yet. See also the Combs Research List Archives

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