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Re: John Mobley Frederick Co., Md.
Posted by: Frank Mayberry (ID *****0286) Date: December 05, 2004 at 20:08:22
In Reply to: John Mobley Frederick Co., Md. by JULIE TRAIL of 2266

Hi, Julie!

Wondering if you might be a relative of Eli Mobley who married Sophia Mayberry, sister of my ggggrandpa Israel
Mayberry, their parents were Justinian & Mary Ann Houser of
Frederick, Md. I am still looking for parents of Justinian
Mayberry. A Justinian was found on the Pennsylvania State Archives, on the Rvolutionary War Military Abstract Card File where he and his brothers signed up for Inactive Militia in Berks County. I used google and input the surname "Mayberry" Justinian, George, William plus others
Sylvanus, Justinian, George, Thomas were all Iron Masters and they were all there in a bunch. i've been doing genealogy for several years 10+ yrs. Give me a yell. Bye,
Frank Mayberry - I've been hunting Mobley surname in the CSA in Kans City, Mo. Also, Mcmurtrey & Thomas Mayberry surnames. Found Thomas Mayberry living in the household of Marion McMurtrey and her three children on the 1860 Census of Kansas City, Jackson County, MO. I believe that she was married to Lee B. McMurtrey (Outlaw) with Jesse James and Quantrill et al. Let me know if you have any other information on him and the family, can't find his trail, he
may have been killed, also, his bro. my ggrandpa is missing from Grand River Twp in Cass Co., Mo. Francis Mayberry was married to Mary E. Early dau of H. C. Early of
Port Gibson, Claiborne Co., Ms. (my ggrandpa). His son was Henry Hamilton Mayberry of Healdton, Carter Co., IT(OK) a large Cattleman (Rancher) in the Chickasaw Indian Nation buried at Hickory Community Cemetery about 20 miles east of
exit 55 on I35.


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