James Lee Cobb
Alma Jean (Crawford) Cobb
Thursday, May 17, 1951
Vol. LXXXIV (84) No. 2 Pg 9
James Lee Cobb & Alma Jean Crawford
Miss Alma Jean, daughter of Mrs. Ethel Crawford
and James Lee Cobb, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Cobb
were united in marriage, in a single ring ceremony
Friday May 11, 11 a.m. at the home of
Rev. A.L. Osborne, Methodist minister at Carrollton.
Mrs. Katherine Crawford, sister of the groom
and Marvin Crawford, brother of the bride,
were the attendants.
The bride wore a blue satin dress with a red corsage.
The groom is engaged in farming and they will make
their home with the groom's parents temporarily.
The bride's mother gave a reception Friday night,
the following guest being present;
Mr. & Mrs. Paul Crawford and daughters,
Mr. & Mrs. Marvin Crawford and daughter,
Mr. & Mrs. James Cobb and daughter.
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Alma (Crawford) Cobb
The little girl is Alma's mother,
Lee & Annie (Cull) Ogden
1=James Lee "Jamey" Cobb, 2=Alma Jean (Crawford) Cobb,
3=James Lee Cobb, 4=Kathy Lee Cobb.
1=Debra Lynn (Cobb) Supplee, 2=Mary Elaine (Cobb) Dolby,
3=Betty Jo (Cobb) Farrar, 4=Peggy Sue (Cobb) Warfield.
~Taken at James & Alma's house, in Sanders, Dec., 1991~
2=John Norman Dolby Jr.
3=James Morton Dolby
2=Debra Lynn Cobb
3=Mary Elaine Cobb
4=Betty Jo (Cobb) Courtney
5=Peggy Sue (Cobb) Dolby (holding #6)
6=Christopher Jason Dolby
7=Alma Jean (Crawford) Cobb
2=Donald Ray Courtney Jr.
3=John Norman Dolby
4=James Lee Cobb
~Markland Dam, Gallatin Co, Ky~
James & Alma
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appearing next to a person's name,
indicates that the person has served
in some branch of the American military.
Beverly Dermon, 88, Carrollton, died on Wed., Oct. 6, 1993
at Green Valley Health Care Center, after an extended illness.
He was born on Nov. 22, 1904, in Carroll Co.,
and was the son of Joe Thomas & Luna Spencer Dermon.
He was a member of White's Run Christian Church.
Surviving are three daughters, Mary Ruth Ogburn of Sparta, Ky.,
Bertha New of Lebanon Oh., and Margie Beach of Carrolton, Ky.;
four sons, Frank and Paul Dermon both of Carrollton;
Bobby Dermon of Frankfort, Ky., and Billy Joe Dermon of Sanders, Ky.;
one brother, Richard E. Dermon of Ghent, Ky.;
20 grandchildren, and 7 great grandchildren.
He was preceded in death
by his wife, Margaret Miller Dermon, on Aug. 31, 1989;
four brothers, Luther, Henry, Earl, and Ernest Dermon;
and one sister, Mary Elizabeth Garrett.
Services were held at 2 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 8, 1993,
at the Graham-Dunn Funeral Home,
with burial at the Carrollton I.O.O.F. Cemetery.
The Rev. Paul Cropper officiated the funeral.
Pallbearers included Dennis New, Todd Dermon, Jeff Dermon,
Travis Dermon, Paul Dermon, Jr., and Mark Ogburn.
(at 15 months old)
Jamey is a "webcuz team" member!
To see photos of the entire
"Cobb-Sasser Website CuzTeam,"
~James Lee Cobb, III~
generously provides us with copies of
much of his collection of research material
on the Ventner Cobb lineage.
THANKS, CUZ JAMEY, FOR SHARING!
Jamey made a great suggestion for our website!
An excerpt of a beautiful-beautiful writing, entitled,
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of the overall
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