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Re: mobley's of GA or TX pre cival war
Posted by: Judith Warnick Highsmith (ID *****3400) Date: August 28, 2004 at 15:16:06
In Reply to: Re: mobley's of GA or TX pre cival war by Jerry W. Mobley of 2268

Yes, I'd LOVE to have you share what you have on Alexander's family -- my husband's great-grandfather was Henry D. Mobley, who was the son of Alexander Mobley Jr. & Mary Ann Bell. Henry's daughter, Addie Bell, was my husband's paternal grandmother.

She lived in McGregor, TX outside of Waco and the story we've heard is that her father came to Texas from Georgia, followed by his family a short time later. Henry's wife was named Nancy, we think, but we have no last name for her - what we know is taken from the 1900 census for Floyd County, GA.

Thanks so much for getting back to me on this - we may connect the dots yet!

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