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Re: Mississippi Mobleys in the 1800's
Posted by: Larry B. Mobley Date: November 23, 1999 at 07:47:47
In Reply to: Re: Mississippi Mobleys in the 1800's by Ruth T Echols of 2268

Ruth:
I have run across Littleberry MOBLEY several times and have a strong suspecion he is related to my g-g-grandfather Alfred MOBLEY, b. 1800-1805, SC, TN or NC. We first find my Alfred in Lauderdale Co., AL., when he married Jemima WHITE on 4/8/1830. They moved to Monroe Co., MS., sometime between 1837 and 1844. They had six children that we know of: Margaret Ann, Mary A., Zilpha, William B., James Appleton (my g-grandfather), and Cynthia. Can you tell me a little bit more about your Littleberry MOBLEY?
Larry B. Mobley
Researching my MOBLEY, WHITE, APPLETON(?), GIBSON, ISAAC(S), BLAYLOCK, HICKS & WEATHERFORD family lines

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