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Re: Martin D. Mobley - Confederate soldier from Elberton, GA
Posted by: Carl Mobley (ID *****8391) Date: January 13, 2004 at 13:03:47
In Reply to: Martin D. Mobley - Confederate soldier from Elberton, GA by Joy Shanks of 2268

as we have him in "The Mobleys in America"


14536       Martin Deadwyler Mobley, b. 1810-1820
1870; Elbert Co., Elberton P.O.
       Martin D., 50, GA [one Martin D. Mobley Pvt 3/4/1862, xfer to Co. G, 37th Regt GA Inf 5/6/1863. Surrendered at Greensboro, NC 4/26/1865 - Co D, 9th Battn GVI, Army of TN, Elbert Co., GA]
++ was an oprhan in Gold Lottery 1832

so of:

1453 Isaac Mobley, b. Abt 1770, d. bef 1827, Elbert Co., GA
m. Frances Deadwyler, b. ca 1776 Elbert Co., GA dau. of Martin Deadwyler (1730-1809)/Anna ___)




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