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"The Cosbys of York County Virginia: 1737-1790" by Elizabeth Cosby Stafford Jenkins [Part 3 of 3].

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Revolutionary War Clerks Revolution Rejected or Suspended Revolutionary War Applications None LDS Fisch #226 No Cosbys listed

Revolutionary War Clerks Revolution American Loyalist Claims Non LDS Fisch #220 No Cosbys listed

Revolutionary War Clerks Revolution Revolutionary War Pensions for 1813 None LDS fisch #227 No Cosbys listed

Revolutionary War Clerks Revolution Known Military Dead During the Revolutionary War None LDS Fisch #224 No Cosbys listed

Robert, Joseph Clarke ZTobacco The Tobacco Kingdom 1800-1860 338.1 CR None

p. 114 Cosby and Winfree of Richmond bought lots of extra fine tobacco and published the fact as advertising. The tobacco would be put into the brands "Rock Candy", Pride of Va.", "Golden Pomegranate" and Palmetto Twist". (Daily Dispatch June 2, 1854)