Thomas Howell Cobb (September 7, 1815 – October 9, 1868) was an American
political figure. .... In the closing days of the war, Cobb fruitlessly opposed
General Robert E. Lee's eleventh ho...
His younger brother, Thomas R. R. Cobb, became a prominent jurist and
Confederate general. Around 1819 the family moved to Athens, where Cobb
The following year (1837), Cobb was elected solicitor general of a strongly pro-
Union district in northeastern Georgia. Cobb held the office of solicitor for three ...
Georgian Howell Cobb is named president of the assembly. ... April 20, 1865,
Major General Howell Cobb surrenders his troops and the city of Macon, Georgia
Posts about Howell Cobb written by Andy Hall. ... to see the name of that good
and great man and soldier, General R. E. Lee, given as authority for such a policy
Aug 30, 2012 ... Howell Cobb was born in Jefferson County, GA on September 7, 1815. He is my
4th cousin 7x removed. He was named after his uncle, Howell ...
Report of Brig. Gen. Howell Cobb, C. S. Army, Commanding Brigade, of the Battle
of ... GENERAL: On the 13th instant I was ordered by you to take and hold ...
Mar 20, 2000 ... (Including brother Thomas Reade Roots Cobb, a future lawyer and Confederate
Brigadier General.) He graduated from the University of ...
Jan 8, 2015 ... The first such name is that of General Howell Cobb, once governor of Georgia.
He now commanded a small force in Georgia. On this date, from ...
HOWELL COBB. Among American statesmen, Howell Cobb will ever hold a ...
retary of the Treasury, and Major General in the Army of the. Confederacy, and all