Nancy Crafton Cobb, born 1788 in Pitt Co.N.C., daughter of Isaac K., R.S., married James Cobb, son of Lewis Cobb, born in 1785 in N.C., (m.March 28,1830, Tattnall Co. Ga.) They had only two children, twin sons,Turner R. and James. Note: Turner enlisted March 4,1862 in Co."B",50th Ga. Reg,C.S.A.and died in the service Oct.12,1862. He and his wife Sarah had four children, Berrien, Andrew J., Seaborn, and Dory Ann. Two years later, 1864, she married her deceased husbands brother, James Jr. and had further issue.Tattanall Co. records (deed book "B", pg. 349), show a gift of all her household goods by Rosada Crafton the day before her marriage, to her Children, Elizabeth, Barzilla, Bathsheba, Jincy (or Jane), and Mary Ann. Bathsheba was living in Pierce Co. in 1850 census,with John R. O'Steen and family; she was born 1823. Mary and Jincy were twins born 1828; Mary Ann married Wiley Rozier, and Jane married his brother, Luke Rozier in 1852, and both families later moved to Lawtey, Bradford Co., Fl.James Cobb served in the War of 1812, as Sergeant in a detachment of Ga. militia commanded by Lieut. John Griffis in 1814. About 1835, he moved with his family to Ware Co., were they lived near where Waycross now is. In there old age, after 1860, James and Rosada Cobb moved to Fl. and made there home with the Rozier families there until their deaths. James Cobb had another son, born 1824, born by Miss Naomi Kirkland who afterwards married Samuel Griffis. This son was named John Cobb and went by the Cobb name until he was grown when he took his mothers maiden name of Kirkland. Cobb and Miss Kirkland were at the time engaged to be married, but never were due to his declining to carry out the engagement. James Cobb's widowed mother, Zilpha, married Joab Collins of Tattanall Co. Ga. She had no children by him. Her Cobb children were James, Horatio, Turner and Lewis Cobb and Miss Betsy Kilcrease. Joab Collins will probated 1824, gives to these children as legatees.