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BYNUM, COBB, JOHNSON

BYNUM, COBB, JOHNSON

Ralph Corbett (View posts)
Posted: 21 Jan 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: BYNUM, COBB, JOHNTON
I am looking for information on ther above three names.I have considerable information on the BYNUM line.I am trying to obtain more information on Samuel T COBB born abt 1804 and his wife Nancy T born abt 1808. Both were born in South Carolina. They and their family were shown in the 1850 Desoto Co. census. Their son Bayless Earl COBB was born Oct 26, 1827 in Kentucky. On Dec. 22, 1851 in Desoto Co. he married Francis E JOHNSON ( JOHNSTON). She was born abt 1836 in Tenn. They had a girl , Wllie L, born in MS about 1856. I would like as much information on Francis and the girl Willie as possible.I have considerable information on the COBB's from Bayless on down. I am willing to send the Bynum and COBB information I have to any one requesting it

Ralph Corbett

Samuel Johnson family

Posted: 26 Jun 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 23 Jun 2001 8:31AM GMT
Surnames: Johnson, Reed, Reid
Samuel P. Johnson and Martha E. Reed/Reid were living in Desota Co. MS in 1850. They married in Tishomingo Co. MS.in Dec. 1848. This family moved to Lincoln Co. AR.
I am searching for the parents and other family of Samuel P. Johnson. He was born in TN in 1820,and his family may have come from the Carolinas.

Re: BYNUM, COBB, JOHNSON

Posted: 8 Sep 2001 3:40AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 7 Oct 2002 8:52PM GMT
Surnames: Cobb, Johnson
Bayless Cobb married my great-great aunt Frances Johnson who was the daughter of Lewis and Harriet Johnson. Bayless and Frances moved to Pine Bluff , Arkansas (Jefferson Co) in the 1860s. Frances died about 1863 . Bayless and the child are listed in the Jefferson Co., Arkansas census in 1870. I would like to know what happened to them. Bayless' sister Elvira Cobb married my great-great uncle John Wesley Johnson who fought in the Civil War. I am looking for a George W. Cobb who may or may not be related to Samuel. ( He married my great Aunt Lulu Johnson) Any help you could give me would be appreciated.

Re: BYNUM, COBB, JOHNSON

Posted: 26 Jan 2002 9:15PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Bynum
I am interested in the Bynum line, My Father was Ralph Bynum born in 1908 in Arkansas, His father was William Oneal Bynum and His father was James Knox Polk Bynum. I think he came from Tennessee to Arkansas Married Nancy L Heffington. My father Ralph, his father William are buried in Milton Cementary near Wilburton Oklahoma if you have any information I would appreciate it Thank you Magdalene Bynum Berger nacalina@txucom.net P.O. Box 290 Etoile, Tx 75944

Re: BYNUM, COBB, JOHNSON

Posted: 15 Mar 2008 7:48PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Cobb Cartright McCaskill
Willie Lou Cobb married William McCaskill. Their children are Jessie Elizabeth, Kenneth, Mary E., John F., Annie J.
Jessie E was born in TX 13 Nov 1887. She married James Elonzo Cartright born in OK. They had 8 children, one whom is my grandmother. If you would like addition information about this line of Cobbs, Cartrights or McCaskills please contact me through ancestry.com.

Re: BYNUM, COBB, JOHNSON

Posted: 16 Mar 2008 2:00AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Bynum Cobb McManus
From the Desoto County Cemetery Inscription Book published 1987 and the Edmondson Cemetery records I found the following:

Edmondson Cemetery (formerly Pisgah Presbyterian)
Cobb, Kate Mayfield 1881-1979
Cobb, Robert D. 1889-1978
Cobb, Edna Geneva age 77 years, d. 5 Jun 1985
Cobb, John Nynum 5 May 1908 - 23 Nov 1960
Cobb, Rosa Bynum (mother) 28 may 1880- 9 Mar 1944
Cobb, Jesse Eaton(father) 6 Oct. 1877 - 11 jun 1956
Bynum, John Henry 22 Nov 1872 - 7 Feb 1891
s/o B.S. & L.A Bynum
Bynum, Lenora Ann Campbell 17 dec. 1849 - 20 Dec. 1923
w/o Britton Stith Bynum

unmarked graves in the records:
Cobb, Samuel McManus d. 1894
Cobb, Robert Bynum 1880-1949
Cobb, John Tupper 1870-1890
Cobb, Mrs. J. B. 1877-1956

McManus Robert Sam (River Boat Captain?) age 16? died 1878 of Yellow Fever (which was the year of the 5th and worst of 6 Yellow fever Epidemics in this area.)

Hinds Chapel Cemetery
Bynum, Benjamin C. 18 Apr 1809- 3 Apr 1878

New Bethlehem Church (Presbyterian) & Cemetery
Bynum, Martha A. 1840- 1857 b. Marshall Co., MS
d/o William E. & Elizabeth A. Gibbs
w/o William J. Bynum

Bynum "broken stone" name? d/o W. J. & M. A. 1857-1857
Bynum, Thomas s/o W.J. & M. A. 1860- 1862
Bynum, Katherine d/o W. J. & M.A. 1876- 1876

Bynum, William Joseph 1862-1882
s/o W. J. & Katherine

Bynum, Joseph R. 1826-1907
s/o Britton August & Viginia Dupree Bynum
b. Greenwood Co., Va d. Amarillo, TX

Bynum, Katherine Anne Walker 1839-1910
d/o Dr. Joel & Mary Motheral Walker
w/o William Joseph Bynum


Baker Family Cemetery

Cobb, Humphrey 22 May 1801- 20 mar 1854
Cobb, Josiah 9 Nov. 1848 - 11 Feb. 1850
Cobb, Hnery P. M. 12 May 1842 - 10 Mar. 1846
Cobb, Locka V. 4 Aug 1844 - 9 feb 1950

Baker's Chapel Methodist Cemetery

Cobb, P. B. 20 Sep. 1798 - 3 Mar 1887
Cobb, E. M. 1 Jan 1807 -20 mar 1884

also two unmarked COBB graves, one may have initials J.G.


Ebenezer Cemetery

Cobb, Infant (no name) baby of B. E. & T. E. Cobb
no dates
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