The W. H. Cobb family in the 1890s were very young, strong, vibrant intellectual and very full and active in cultural and societal endeavors in the communities where they lived.
Mr. Cobb was fluent in all aspects of political and civic affairs in the immediate area.
Mrs. Cobb was very active in the ladies' social arena and enjoyed trips to Atlanta to visit and endulge in shopping adventures.
The three children was normal and spent their days going to school and playing with the neighborhood children about town and during summer months would look forward to trips to see their grandparents of both sides.
Mr. Cobb's parents lived over the state line in North Caroline and Mrs. Cobb's parents live 20 miles away over in Banks County near Baldwin, Georgia.