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Re: ISO: Mobley...Clarence, John, Willie, Lizzie, etc
Posted by: Janet Redden (ID *****3844) Date: August 18, 2002 at 20:27:57
In Reply to: ISO: Mobley...Clarence, John, Willie, Lizzie, etc by T. Mottinger of 2268

I am very interested in your Mobley line. My grandfather was John W. Blaney, who's 1st marriage was to a Emaline (Green) was 1st married to John W. Mobley - they had twins, whom died within days, a daughter who I believed died within days and their son Earnest. I have Earnest being born around 1904. Earnest's father died when he was very young and then his mother Ema died 08/26/1911, when he was only 7 years of age.

What made me interested in your reading was the subject, how you documented, Clarence, John, Willie, Lizzie. It just so happens my grandfather John had a brother named Clarence and even though my grandfather's sister name was Elizabeth, they called her Lizzie. Don't know about the Willie.

I am on the look out for the whereabouts or what happened to Earnest. After Ema died, I believe Earnest's age to be about 7 years old. John W. Blaney then married my grandmother (Murel Mobley) 05/18/1912, although I know they did not raise Earnest. So who did? The only thing I know is he never kept in touch with my grandfather/grandmother. Matter of fact I just found out Earnest's name about 3 days ago, after I have been working on the family tree for 15 years or more. Nor since my grandmother was a Mobley, how was he related to her?

Any information of course that you could give me would be greatly appreciated. My grandmother's Mobley line has been very hard to trace.

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