Freeman Cobb

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Freeman Cobb (1830–1878)[1] was an American, who established the Cobb and Co stagecoach company in 1853 with partners John Murray Peck, James Scanlon and John B. Lamber. The company was based in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, and ran American-imported Concord coaches to and from the Victorian goldfields.

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