My grandfather Frank Leslie, b. 1868, s/o Samuel, b. 1843, had a BBQ place in the 30s and 40s near the current Altanta airpost. There was another BBQ in Atlanta called Mobley's BBQ. My grandfather's sauce was NOT tomatoe based.
Here is what I have on Lawson s/o Samuel, b. 1843 who was frank Leslie's brother.
MOBLEY, Hiram b. 12 Feb 1814 (South Carolina), d. 8 Jun 1896, m. Mary New, b. 19 Jun 1826 (Georgia), d. 18 Jul 1903. Both buried Liberty Christian Church Yard, Coweta Co., Georgia. Mary is the daughter of Samuel New, b. 1799 (Virginia).
Samuel b. 8 Sep 1843 (Georgia), fought Civil War Co. F, 10th Ala. Infantry Regiment, Army of Northern Virginia, enlisted early 1862 at Cropwell, Ala., surrendered and pardoned at Appomatox Court House, Virginia, 9 Apr 1865. d. 8 Feb 1884 (Adairsville, GA). m. Martha Jane Bryant, b. c. 1846 (Ala), d. Nov 1925, on 7 Nov 1865 (Calhoun Co. Ala). Both buried Liberty Christian Church Yard, Coweta Co., Georgia about 20 yards from Hiram and Mary, above. Janes grave is unmarked.
Lawson b. c. 1879, d. ?, m. ?
Lawson b. ?, d. ?
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