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Re: Mississippi Mobleys in the 1800's
Posted by: Larry B. Mobley Date: February 08, 1999 at 06:45:48
In Reply to: Mississippi Mobleys in the 1800's by Cindy Kelly of 2266

Cindy:
My g-g-grandparents Alfred Mobley and Jemima White along with four of their children (Margaret Ann; Mary A.; Zilpha; and William B.) moved from Lauderdale Co., AL., to the northeastern part of MS. sometime between 1837 and 1844. Their fifth child, my g-grandfather James Appleton Mobley, was born in MS. in 1844. His family migrated to OK. from MS. around 1900. I have no other Mobley connections in MS. at present but continue research in Itawamba and Lee Counties, MS. and will keep an eye out for your branch of the family.

Larry B. Mobley (lbmobley@foothill.net)
Researching my MOBLEY/WHITE/APPLETON/GIBSON/ ISAAC/BLAYLOCK & WEATHERFORD family lines.

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