- John Cobbold
John Cobbold and his brother Patrick Mark Cobbold (1934-1994) both went to Wellesley House and on to
Eton College. Johnny was just 17 and Patrick 10 when their father was killed in 1944 [Cite web| url = http://www.cobboldfht.com/| title = The Cobbold Family Tree| publisher = Cobbold Family| accessdate = 2007-06-15] . Johnny saw service in Palestinewith the Welsh Guardsand Patrick did National Serviceand signed on for an extra 2 years with his father’s Scots Guards. He was accidentally shot in the leg by one of his soldiers during training but went on to be ADC to the Governor of The Bahamas. By the time Johnny celebrated his 21st birthday in 1948 he had become a director of ITFC and was the youngest director in the football league. He fought 3 elections as a Conservativecandidate in the 1950s with much admiredPOV-statement|date=July 2008 pluck and enthusiasm but without success.
The brothers were both involved in the
Tolly Cobboldbrewery in Ipswichand Chairmen of Ipswich Town F.C.
In 1955 Alf (later Sir)
Alf Ramseywas appointed manager at Ipswich in succession to Scott Duncanand he took the club from 3rd division (S) to 1st division champions in 1961/62 before being appointed to manage the England side in 1963. His statue was unveiled at Portman Roadin August 2000 following his death the previous year. 1957 saw Johnny become Chairman of the club and Chairman of the Brewery which successfully merged with Tolly that year. Bobby Robsoncame to manage Ipswich in 1969 and his hard and loyal work was rewarded with the FA Cup win in 1978 (one hundred years after the founding of the amateur club) followed by the UEFA Cupin 1981 and 2 Youth Club wins. Bobby Robson loved Ipswich and after a bumpy start Ipswichloved BobbyFact|date=July 2008. The only thing that could have prised him away happened, and for the second time the club lost its manager to the England job.
Johnny had developed cancer and stood down as Chairman in 1976 in favour of Patrick. Their mother Lady Blanche daughter of
Victor Cavendish, 9th Duke of Devonshireand sister-in-law of British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan, ever supportive, was the Club President. Johnny died in 1983, the Tolly Cobbold brewery having been sold in 1977 to Ellerman Lines for amalgamation with J W Cameron of Hartlepool. Patrick and other family members stayed at their posts but Ellerman shipping losses proved too strong and the business was acquired by the Barclay Brothers who sold it on to Brent Walker’s Grand Metropolitan Group.
Patrick and Lord Tollemache departed, bringing to an end the family’s involvement. Since 1723 Cobbolds had been Brewers in
Suffolkfor 266 years. In the 76 years since ITFC went professional there have only been 29 directors but a third of them have been Cobbolds. There have only been 8 Chairmen and 5 of those have been Cobbolds. The Corinthian spirit dominated bothPOV-statement|date=July 2008. As of 2007, the family continue to live at Glemham Hallin Suffolk.
* [http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/main.jhtml?xml=/sport/2005/10/23/sfnpb223.xml&sSheet=/sport/2005/10/23/ixfooty.html Football Gentry - The Cobbolds of Ipswich] — The Daily Telegraph
* [http://www.tmwmtt.com/history/chairman-and-directors.htm Ipswich Town Chairman and Directors] — Pride of Anglia
* [http://www.glemhamhall.co.uk The Cobbold Family Home] — Glemham Hall
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