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Posted by: Scott Mobley Date: August 24, 2001 at 21:06:13
In Reply to: Re: MOBLEY IN SOUTHWEST KY, 1830-1870 by Diana Gale Matthiesen of 2268

Diana, Thanks for the info!

I agree that the recurrence of "Claibourne" and "Hazel" seems more than coincidental...I'm searching to see if there is any relationship between my branch of the family and the Todd County Mobleys. These names appear in both branches, and nowhere else.

Another coincidence (?) ggfather, Hazel Scott Mobley, moved to MO from FL with his widowed mother around 1880, supposedly to "be closer to family" after his father died. He grew up in MO, graduated from college there and eventually settled in NW Arkansas.

Thanks again, Scott


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