• [S1097] Glen Campbell, "Descendants of Henry Cobb", genealogy report. A descendant report showing a line from Henry Cobb (1596-1679) to the writer. He stated in e-mails that the early generations are based on information found on the Internet, but those from Joshua Cobb (1776-1860) are based on a family Bible, death certificates, cemetery records, and similar sources. Received by e-mail "RE: Why the Pursuit" 17 Feb 2006. Currently held by author, Boone, North Carolina.
  • [S1098] Glen Campbell,[no subject] e-mail message to author, 14 Feb 2006.
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  • [S2327] Willard Cobb household, 1840 U.S. Census, Decatur Co., Indiana, page 455/234, line 19, National Archives micropublication M704-78, viewed on Ancestry.com.
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