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William Cobb (1804 - 1895) DNA linked to Ambrose Cobb
Posted by: Ray Henderson (ID *****8014) Date: October 17, 2005 at 20:22:51
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William Cobb (1804-1895) married Martha Harmon (1809-1868) in Lincoln Co., NC in 1827. Their children included:
James (b. 1828)
Elizabeth R. (1830-1855) m Anderson R. Lynn
Mary (b 1833)
Sarah Julia Cobb (1835-1918) m R. W. Dixon
John Harmon (1837-1875) m Vianah McDuffy Gardner (1845-1918)
Nancy L.( b 1840)
William W. (1842-1927) m Frances Barnes
Richard Jerry ( b 1844)
George Scott (b 1846)
Martha J. (b 1849)

John Harmon Cobb married Vianah McDuffy Gardner in Cleveland Co, NC in 1827. Their children were:

John Lafayette Cobb (1862-1948) - moved to Alabama m Cora Alma Patrick

William Pinkney Cobb(1866-1948)m Sarah Jane Huffstickler (1874- 1913)

Anson/Anzin B. Cobb (1868-1943) m Genora E. Wilson

Martha Cobb ( b 1873) m Robert Craig

John Harmon, William W. and Richard J. are Civil War vets. MUCH TO SHARE!!. I would be greatly interested in finding parents of William Cobb(1)or Martha Harmon or info on any descendants. DNA tests have shown that William Cobb is directly descended from Ambrose Cobb, who immigrated to Jamestown, VA in 1635. He is possibly the son of Ralph Cobb.

Reply email RayMHenderson@yahoo.com or write Ray M. Henderson, 7341 Pine Lake Lane, Charlotte, NC 28227 or phone 704-545-3796.


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