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Re: Capt Thomas T Mobley
Posted by: Martha Jeffords (ID *****9199) Date: March 13, 2007 at 14:17:26
In Reply to: Capt Thomas T Mobley by Annette Taunton of 2268

Capt. Thomas T. Mobley & his wife, Mary Elizabeth "Betsy" Funbderburg were my great-great-greatgrandparents through their son Daniel. Thomas T. Mobley was born in Fairfield County, SC c. 1764, son of Ann Osborn & William Moberley. He married Betsy Funderburg, daughter of Henry Funderburg and Mary Green, c.1782 in Fairfield County. Betsy died August 27, 1807 in Georgia

Thomas T. Mobley served in Revolutionary War; supposedly, when Edward Hampton had his horse shot out from under him in the rout of Dunlapís British, Thomas gave him a horse; the rank of captain seems to have come from service after the war, in the South Carolina Militia

Children of Capt. Thomas & Betsy Mobley : Nancy, Sallie, Daniel A. (born 1788), John F., Ephriam Wright, Rebecca Jean, Mary Elizabeth, David C. (born Dec. 19, 1804), Dorcas and Elizabeth

Daniel Moved to Walton County, GA with his children, their families & his slaves in 1833; Ephraim Wright Mobley moved to Henry County, GA & then to Cobb County, GA; David C. Mobley moved to Jackson County,GA

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