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Cobb family

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Works: 337 works in 436 publications in 1 language and 2,786 library holdings
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Most widely held works by Cobb family
by Josephine Cobb( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence, deeds, ship's papers, depositions, estate papers, poems, clippings, and other papers. Includes town (1824-1896) and tax (1825-1849) records of Cape Elizabeth, Me.; papers of the Cobb, Marriner, and Pillsbury families; and list of vessels built in Cape Elizabeth (1864-1865)
by Benedict Crowell( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence, scrapbooks, certificates, and other items, relating chiefly to Crowell's activities with U.S. War Dept. during World War I and World War II, potential uses for aircraft, especially for war, and his military service. Includes correspondence, deeds, and contracts, of Crowell and Cobb families of Cleveland, Ohio. Correspondents include Newton D. Baker, Herbert Hoover, Robert Lansing, John J. Pershing, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Woodrow Wilson
Sandwich, Mass., documents( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence, agreements, financial papers, real estate and pew deeds, intentions and certificates of marriage, indentures, bills for care of the poor, and other papers, of and relating to members of various Sandwich, Mass., families, including Adams, Allen, Bassett, Block, Bourn, Burgess, Cobb, Crocker, Edwards, Ewer, Fifield, Fish, Fisher, Fuller, Haines, Hall, Hamblin, Harlow, Hatch, Holway, Hoxie, Howland, Lawrence, Lovell, Meiggs, Percival, Silsby, Smith, Stiles, Swift, Thayer, Tobey, Tupper, and Weeks; together with records of S.C. Howland, town justice of the peace
Cobb and Walker family genealogical register( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Includes color photocopies of Cobb and Walker family registers, with illustrations
Cobb family papers by Cobb family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection chiefly consists of materials relating to the lives and work of Collier Cobb and his sister, Lucy M. Cobb, but there are also materials relating to Collier Cobb's father, Needham Bryan Cobb; Collier Cobb's three wives; his daughter, Mary Louisa Cobb, especially while she was attending Fassifern, a school for girls at Hendersonville, N.C.; his son, Collier Cobb Jr.; and other members of the Cobb family. Included are letters and related materials, both personal and professional. Among the correspondents are botanist Harriet E. Freeman of Boston and geographer/botanist Roland M. Harper. There are also clippings relating to the Cobb family or to scientific subjects and writings by Lucy M. Cobb; Collier Cobb, including a book manuscript on evolution and biographical sketches of Kemp Plummer Battle, Maria Edgeworth, Nicholas Marcellus Hentz, Joseph Austin Holmes, George Horton, Matthew Fontaine Maury, Denison Olmsted, Laura Battle Philips, William George Randall, and others; as well as journals, account books, address books, a commonplace book, a recipe book, and a family Bible with annotations and enclosed ephemera. Some of the volumes relate to Needham Bryan Cobb's ministerial activities before, during, and after the Civil War. Pictures are of members of Cobb family members, friends, and relatives; the family's Mount Auburn Plantation; the Cobb family homes in Chapel Hill; the University of North Carolina campus; geological field expeditions; and travels. Included is a series of glass plate negatives depicting the University of North Carolina campus, people, travels to Alaska and China, and other subjects. There are also maps; childhood drawings; genealogical materials relating to Lucy M. Cobb's career as genealogical researcher for hire; financial and legal documents belonging to Needham Bryan Cobb; diplomas, including the first Master's degree awarded by the University of North Carolina; and other items. The Addition of 2009 includes Collier Cobb correspondence, writings, and other materials, as well as materials relating to the Chapel Hill, N.C., community activities of Collier Cobb Jr. and his wife, Emma Cobb. There are also photographs of University of North Carolina faculty, Collier Cobb, Nancy Cobb, Collier Cobb Jr., and Emma Cobb
Cobb and Whitfield family papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

18th- and early 19th-century Cobb and Whitfield family deeds, land grants, and legal agreements from eastern North Carolina, especially Wayne, Craven, and Duplin counties. Also included is family correspondence, after 1837, of James Bryan Whitfield, including two letters, 1840, from United States Senator Robert Strange regarding the admission of Florida to the United States as a slave state
Cobb and Hunter family papers( )

1 edition published in 1819 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

MICROFILM AND PAPER: Miscellaneous papers of two families, the Cobbs of Georgia and the Hunters of Alabama, united in the marriage of James Edward Cobb of Thomaston Ga., and Liberty Tex., and Caroline ("Carrie") Elizabeth Hunter of Tuskegee, Ala. The collection includes fragments of a young man's diary of a journey, 1819, from Georgia to Cahaba, Ala., to locate new lands; a book of William A. Cobb of Georgia, father of J.E. Cobb, with memoranda of dealings with overseers and notes on his experiences while a volunteer officer in the 1836 Creek War; Carrie Hunter's extensive diary, 1860-1868, at Tuskegee; letters of Carrie's brothers, James (d. 1863?) and Hope, who joined the Confederate Army, and her speech to their company upon presenting them with a flag sewn by the ladies of Tuskegee; J.E. Cobb's diary, 1862-1864, as a Confederate officer in the 5th Texas Regiment serving in Virginia, and his letters from federal prisons, 1864- 1865, to a young lady from Baltimore; the diary and memoranda, 1863, of Capt. D.U. Barziza of the 5th Texas Regiment, during the Gettysburg Campaign; and other items
David Cobb papers by David Cobb( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of David Cobb primarily document his position as agent for William Bingham with respect to the latter's land interest in Maine. The papers relate to the settlement of and emigration to Maine, legal disputes, logging and the lumber trade, roads, lotteries, the development of Gouldsboro, Me. as a commercial port, the Kennebec River area, and Cobb's supervision of the lands even after Bingham's death. Also included are papers related to Cobb's business partnership with John Richards in the firm of Cobb and Richards, his career as a Mass. politician from the district of Maine and U.S. representative from Massachusetts, and as a judge in Maine
Cobb( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection consists of personal and business papers of the Cobb, Erwin, and Lamar families from 1796-1929. Early records deal mainly with the Zachariah Lamar family and include deeds, bonds, land grants, receipts, slave bills of sale, and correspondence. The period 1811-1928 covers the Lamar, Cobb, and Erwin families and contains correspondence, both business and personal; bills; receipts; invitations; legal papers; telegrams; tax notices; postcards; case books; letterbooks; scrapbooks; account books; photographs; and genealogical and biographical information pertaining to the Cobb, Erwin, and Lamar families. Also includes information on the law practice and legal firms of the Cobb and Erwin families. Of particular interest are Howell Cobb's order books for the 16th Georgia Infantry Regiment (Cobb's Brigade). The collection includes correspondence and material relating to the following family members: Zachariah Lamar, Howell Cobb, Mary Ann Lamar Cobb, John Addison Cobb, Sarah Robinson Rootes Cobb, Mary Ann Lamar Cobb Erwin, and Alexander S. Erwin
Cobb-Andrews family papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Typescripts and original correspondence for a variety of members of the Philip Cobb and the Edward William Andrews families over the 19th and 20th centuries. Genealogical information is provided for most of the family members. The collection pertains primarily to the family relationships and activities of the Caius and Philip Cobb, the Andrews and the Younglove families
Smith-Cobb family collection by Tex.) Smith (Family : Waco( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The Smith-Cobb Family Collection was acquired by gift in one transaction from donor Mrs. Mildred J. Rhambo in February 1973. At the time of donation the collection was contained in twenty-six boxes. The collection begins in 1861 with a prayer book that probably belonged to Stephen Cobb. The bulk of the collection is between 1948-1965, with the majority of the documents from Naomi Cobb and Ruby Smith Cobb. Documents include personal correspondence, financial papers, diverse literary productions, and large number of photographs present in this collection. The Literary Productions and Financial Documents series are the largest series in the collection
Cobb family papers by Cobb family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection consists of papers of the Howell Cobb, Sr. and the Cobb family of Athens, Clarke County, Georgia. Consists primarily of correspondence to or from Howell Cobb, Sr. and concerns mainly news of family and friends, law cases, and a few references to Reconstruction politics. One letter, dated January 31, 1887 to Howell Cobb, Jr. from Burton Harrison, discusses exiled Southerners living in Europe, meeting Jefferson Davis, and the improbability of Davis being brought to trial
Cobb family by Cobb family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Deeds, surveys, receipts, and miscellaneous papers of a Morris County family. Included are fragmented surveys of Parsippany, Ringwood, and Rockaway
Howell Cobb family papers by Cobb family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection consists of receipts of General Howell Cobb and correspondence of the Cobb family of Athens, Georgia, from 1824-1888. Several letters from Harry L. Flash to Howell Cobb pertain to the sale of the MACON TELEGRAPH. Two letters of particular interest: dated Richmond, July 24, 1861, “Dear Wife,” signed “Howell Cobb,” regarding battle and people killed in battle; dated Athens, June 15, 1861, “Dear Brother,” signed “Thomas R. R. Cobb,” regarding formation of a legion. Correspondence after 1868 mainly regards Mary Ann Cobb and social life in Georgia
by Margaret Cobb Ailshie( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence and papers of Margaret Cobb Ailshie (1886-1959) and of Fanny Cobb, Lyon Cobb, and Calvin Cobb; also correspondence relating to the Lyon Company, Chicago, Illinois (1895-1929); letters from W.E. Borah; photographs of Boise, of Idaho, and of family members in Chicago; scrapbook related to the Cobb family and to the Haywood trial; partial copy of an intermediate version of Harry Orchard's autobiography (1907); joke edition of the Idaho Statesman (Boise) about Eva Hunt Dockery (1929)
Carlisle Cobb family papers by Carlisle Cobb( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection consists of papers of Carlisle Cobb and the Cobb family from 1815-1971. The papers include correspondence, clippings, photographs, receipts, family legal papers, radio scripts (ca. 1930s) of Carlisle Cobb pertaining to Georgia and United States politics, and manuscripts of Carlisle Cobb and Mary McKinley Cobb. The correspondence contains sporadic letters (1815-1922) between Howell Cobb, Mary McKinley Cobb, Thomas Reade Rootes Cobb, and members of the McKinley family discussing family matters with some references to Georgia politics. The bulk of the correspondence (1922-1947) contains letters from Carlisle Cobb to his wife Kate Cobb; from Carlisle, Jr. to his wife Juliette Cobb from England, France, and Ireland while serving with the 6th and 28th Cavalry during World War II; and from Mary McKinley Cobb, while a student at Kansas State University, to Lee Trimble. The letters document family matters, activities of the correspondents, and some discussion of politics. Other correspondents include Sara Cobb Baxter, Howell E. Cobb, Zachariah Lamar Cobb, and Thomas Reade Rootes Cobb
Cobb family papers by Cobb family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection consists of business and personal papers of the Cobb family of Athens, Georgia from 1837-1913. Includes correspondence to Howell Cobb from Harry Lynden Flash, Herschel Vespasian Johnson, and John E. Ward; Cobb's parole; prison release; and a receipt from General Croxton to Mary Ann Cobb for use of the Cobb's Macon (Ga.) home by Federal troops. Contains correspondence to Howell Cobb, Jr., John A. Cobb, Sarah Spalding Cobb, Thomas R.R. Cobb, William McKinley Cobb, Carlisle Cobb, and Carolyn Cobb. Also includes papers of John Basil Lamar, Andrew A. Lipscomb, and William McKinley
Cooking with the Cobb clan( Book )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Cobb / Erwin / Lamar family collection( )

in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The collection consists of personal and business papers of the Cobb, Erwin, and Lamar families from 1796-1929. Early records deal mainly with the Zachariah Lamar family and include deeds, bonds, land grants, receipts, slave bills of sale, and correspondence. The period 1811-1928 covers the Lamar, Cobb, and Erwin families and contains correspondence, both business and personal; bills; receipts; invitations; legal papers; telegrams; tax notices; postcards; case books; letterbooks; scrapbooks; account books; photographs; and genealogical and biographical information pertaining to the Cobb, Erwin, and Lamar families. Also includes information on the law practice and legal firms of the Cobb and Erwin families. Of particular interest are Howell Cobb's order books for the 16th Georgia Infantry Regiment (Cobb's Brigade). The collection includes correspondence and material relating to the following family members: Zachariah Lamar, Howell Cobb, Mary Ann Lamar Cobb, John Addison Cobb, Sarah Robinson Rootes Cobb, Mary Ann Lamar Cobb Erwin, and Alexander S. Erwin
Genealogical Trees of the Families of Hoggins, Picken, Cobb, Podmore and Phillips. 1674 to 1917 by Harold GRIFFITHS( Book )

1 edition published in 1919 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

 
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Cobbe family

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