Marguarite Elinor Aaron


Personal and Family Information

Marguarite was born on 28 Mar 1922 in Manila, Capital District, National Capital Region, Philipines, the daughter of unknown parents.

She died on 23 May 2003 in Fort Smith, Sebastian County, Arkansas.

Her husband was Bayless Earl Cobb, who she married on 1 JAN 1942 in Manila, Philippines. Their four known children were Bayless Earl IV (1942-?), Alexander Bain Tyre (1946-2003), James L.S. (1952-?) and Matthew B. (1959-?).


Birth28 MAR 1922
Place: Manila, Capital District, National Capital Region, Philipines
Death23 MAY 2003
Place: Fort Smith, Sebastian County, Arkansas
Census14 APR 1950
Place: Clarksville, Johnson County, Arkansas
Age: 28
Address: 307 College Ave, visit 176 Cobb, Earl B, head wm age 35, married, born Texas, partner in Arkansas Coal Co — Marguarite E, wife wf age 28, married, born Philllippines __ Bayliss E IV, son wm age 7 born Phillippines —Alexander B.T, son wm age 3, born Arkansas
BurialMAY 2003
Place: Fort Smith, Sebastian County, Arkansas
Age: 81
Address: Forest Park Cemetery findagrave 81225864 with husband and son
Place: Fort Smith, Sebastian County, Arkansas
Address: Marguerite E Cobb, Birth Date: 28 Mar 1922 PO Box 477, Fort Smith, AR 72902-0477


Note 1

Bayless Earl Cobb III, 87, of Fort Smith died Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2002, in Fort Smith.

He was born Dec. 21, 1914, in Amarillo, Texas to Bayless Earl Cobb,ll and Sarah Bynum Cobb.

He graduated from Fort Smith High School in 1931, attended Virginia Military Institute and the University of Texas in Austin graduating with a degree in business administration in 1935, was an overseas agent for Lykes Brothers Steamship Line in China, Japan and the Philippines, owned and operated Southwestern Coal Company, Crown Construction Company and Cobb Properties, a land developer, a member of Fort Smith Chamber of Commerce, served on the board of directors of First National Bank, Sparks Memorial Hospital, Rosalee Tilles Home, Fort Smith Art Center, president of the Fort Smith Public Library and Hardscrabble Country Club.

Memorial service was 11 a.m. Saturday at St. John's Episcopal Church with private burial at Forest Park Cemetery in Fort Smith under the direction of Fentress Mortuary of Fort Smith.

He is survived by his wife, Madge; four sons, Bayless E. Cobb IV of San Diego, Alexander B.T. Cobb of Los Angeles, James L.S. Cobb of Raleigh, N.C., and Matthew B. Cobb of Fort Smith; and eight grandchildren.

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