The double dots over the letter l is called an umlaut. The non-germanic representation would be to substitute ue, oe or ae in place of the umlaut (double dotted o); so it would be Muebus, Moebus or Maebus. I wouldn't think I would find Mobus.
(info from http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~hornbeck/germany.htm
AM just starting my search for Martin Mabus, so don't know
which spellings are out there.
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