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Miss Mary Mobley
Posted by: George Windes (ID *****1934) Date: June 07, 2002 at 21:49:00
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I have a wonderful old book entitled THE RED EAGLE. It was
printed in 1855 and relates (as a poem) the story of Red
Eagle who led the Muskogee Creeks against Andrew Jackson
in the Creek Indian War of 1813. On the inside cover is a
dedication to Ms. Mary Mobley from her friend, J.M.F. The
bookmark is from Mobile, Alabama. Does anyone have a Mary
Mobley (circa 1860 or so) in their pedigree?

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