JONES, Sandra (Sandy) Yvette Cobb

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Last Name
 
JONES
Given Names
 
Sandra (Sandy) Yvette Cobb
AKA's
 
Sandra (Sandy) Yvette Cobb
Better known as
 
Date of Birth
 
11/16/1956
Age at Death
 
22
Place of Birth
 
Indianapolis, Indiana
Residence (US)
 
San Francisco, California 94107
Residence (JT)
 
Cottage 29
Residence (JT) Abbreviated
 
C29
Religion
 
Race
 
Black
Gender
 
Female
Information on __Source of Death
 
House Foreign Affairs Committee report; FBI document 89-4286-1302 (prepared 12/78)
Body Identification Number
 
Occupation outside __Peoples Temple
 
Lab technician (PT occupation record); Secretarial skills (LJ memo)
Occupation inside __Peoples Temple
 
Government Income
 
Entry in Guyana
 
3/29/1977
Occupation at __Jonestown
 
Planning Commission; Medical staff; Radio room (FBI document 89-4286-1207)
Birth Mother
 
Christine Cobb aka Elois Christine Young, Elois Christine Cobb
Birth Father
 
Jim Cobb, Sr.; Guy Young (stepfather)
Siblings
 
James Cobb, Jr.; Teresa Ann Cobb; Ava Phenice Jones, aka Ava Phenice Brown, Ava Phenice Cobb; Brenda Carole Cobb, Joel Raymond Cobb, Johnny Cobb aka John Raphael Cobb, John Cobb Jones; Ramona (Mona) Lamothe Young aka Ramona Lamothe, Mona Cobb
Partner
 
Timothy Tupper aka Timothy Glenn Tupper Jones
Children
 
Monyelle Maylene Jones; (nephews) William Dillon Dean Jones; James Arthur (Jimbo) Bishop Jones; Michael Ray Jones; Chaeoke Warren Jones; Marshawn Cobb (nieces) Stephanie Jones aka Stephanie Lynn Bishop; Stephanie Brown aka Stefanie Jamelle Morgan; Marchelle Jacole Jones
Non-Temple Relatives
 
Family Tree
 
Discrepancies
 
FBI document 89-4286-1302 (prepared 12/78) lists birthdate as 11/15/1956; PT records say birthhdate is 12/16/1956; passport DOB above
Remembrances
 
“At Ukiah High School I played volleyball and badmitten with Sandi--she was a gifted athlete and had the kind of spirit and smile that could make any game fun. Sandi may have been the first black woman I really interacted with--this was a gift Jim Jones brought to the Ukiah area. What sadness he removed it as well. ” - Cathy Harris