Photograph of Jane Moore Wheeler Cobb and six sons 28 May 1884
Photograph of their brother-in-law, James Daniel and sister, Teresa.(circa 1860s)

[cobbs]
Courtesy of Alan Anderson of the Sumter Historic Trust
Cobb family siblings; Left to Right standing:
Robert Emmett b. 1834, William Alexander (Capt.,CSA our GGUncle) b. 1836, Thomas Moore b. 1851, John McDade b. 1847
Left to Right sitting:
Jacob Wilkins b. 1841 (CSA our GGGrandfather), Jane Moore Wheeler Cobb b. 1811, Joseph Absolom b. 1829
not pictured; James Jackson Cobb Killed in Action, Avery Wheeler Cobb Wounded in Action. Both William and Jacob above were WIA with the 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry Regiment.

James Alexander Daniel ("Jim"), circa 1861 (CSA 9th Georgia), and wife Teresa Augusta Cobb Daniel ("Sis"), circa 1860s


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The "midi" song playing is "Canon in D" by the German composer Johann Pachelbel (1653-1706). It was written about 1680. You may have heard it as the theme from the movies "Ordinary People", and "Father of the Bride". It is popular at weddings, and was played at Princess Diana's funeral. Courtesy of Ray Hutchins' Website on Pachelbel.