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The ancestors & descendants of Mary Ann (Stanley) and Elihu Cobbs

compiled by Margaret Thomas Fisher and David Casner Stratton
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Rocky River, Ohio : M.T. Fisher & D.C. Stratton, 1984
ii, 89 p. : facsims., geneal. tables, ports.

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Robert Cobbs (ca.1730-1811/1812), a Quaker, married Mary Terrell in 1755 at the Cedar Creek Monthly Meeting, Hanover County, Virginia, and died in Bedford City, Virginia. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, Ohio, Iowa, Arizona, New York and elsewhere. Includes highlights of the Cobbs reunions between 1933 and 1984.

Includes Cobbs, Cunningham, Lora, Malmsberry, Myers, Stratton, Sturgeon, Berger, Cameron, Derr, Greer, Hiscott, Howenstine, Kanzenbach, Lease, Pearson, Riley, Scherer, Schoeni, Spencer, Stambaugh, Stanley, Thomas, Watson, Yoder and related families.

"Supplemental information, July 1985:" [1] leaf inserted after t.p.

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