Thomas R. R. Cobb

Thomas R. R. Cobb

Thomas R. R. Cobb

THOMAS R. R. COBB (1823-1862) was a leader of the Georgia bar, a prominent figure in southern legal education, a key legal theorist of the secession movement, and the central figure in the writing of the Confederate Constitution. Rising to the rank of brigadier general in the Confederate army, Cobb died in battle.