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Thomas Cobb, father of Jasper Cobb, married Permelia Ingram. She was
nicknamed Millie. A lot of them had nicknames. Just figure how we get Peggy
out of Margaret or Patsy out of Martha. All were acceptable nicknames of
Cobb offspring. The Cobb book does not give any dates on the births or
deaths of either Thomas or Millie. But it does give some info on lineage.
Thomas, the third son of Asa and Anna O'Banion Cobb, and born in 1828.
Permelia was the daughter of John and Elizabeth Fortner Ingram of Maryland, the
sister of Isaac Ingram, and the sister of Mahala Ingram who married Thomas'
brother Joel. After Thomas' death, Millie married a John Robinson and had
one daughter, Mary who married a Beach. John may have been related to
Benjamin Robinson who married Asa's sister, Margaret (Peggy). But have no
proof of that.
I am descended from Samuel through his son, William, and William's third
wife, Elizabeth Cox, she the daughter of John Cox and his second wife, Martha
Judy Estes Lawrence
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