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  • The church sits just north of the campus; to the south, across from an overgrown ditch, sits Castlemont High School, where 15-year-old Tamellia Cobbs was a sophomore before she was caught in the crossfire in November and became “Number 97,” in the shorthand of the streets.

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  • The Cobbs will be the death of me before they get here.

    A Kentucky Cardinal

  • "Cobbs," said master Harry, one evening, when Cobbs was watering the flowers, "I am going on a visit, this present Midsummer, to my grandmamma's at York."

    Half-Hours with Great Story-Tellers

  • "Cobbs," returned the boy, flushing, "I never let anybody joke about it, when I can prevent them."

    Half-Hours with Great Story-Tellers

  • Mr. Walmers, he said to him when he gave him notice of his intentions to leave, "Cobbs," he says,

    Half-Hours with Great Story-Tellers

  • He married Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth (Gay) Bolling, of "Cobbs" (fourth in descent from John Rolfe and the Indian Princess Pocahontas), and had issue twelve children, those who survived being as follows: i.

    Virginia and Virginians

  • "Cobbs," returned the boy, flushing, "I never let anybody joke about it, when I can prevent them."

    The Holly-Tree

  • "Cobbs," said Master Harry, one evening, when Cobbs was watering the flowers, "I am going on a visit, this present Midsummer, to my grandmamma's at York."

    The Holly-Tree

  • Boots was hoeing weeds in the gravel, and says, speaking up, "Cobbs," he says, "I like _you_."

    The Holly-Tree

  • "Cobbs," says the Governor, "if this is so, I must set off myself to York, and quiet their friends minds.

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