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Re: Mississippi Mobleys in the 1800's
Posted by: Richard Echols Date: November 24, 1999 at 13:38:52
In Reply to: Re: Mississippi Mobleys in the 1800's by Larry B. Mobley of 2268


We also first found Littleberry b.12 May 1806,SC, in Lauderdale Co., Ala in 1830. There he owned land and had started a family.
By 1840,he and his wife Hulda Mason were living in Marshall Co. MS, at Tallaloosa, near Holly Springs. Littleberry died there in 1847, leaving Hulda with seven minor children and a small estate. Their children were: Luccretia, William C., Pleasant Marion, Folly Ann, Calista, Charles W.(my husband's grandfather), Martin L., David Soloman, and Calvin Wesley.

I'm trying to find Littleberry's family. Could he be the son of Jesse, whose father was Mordaci Mobley?

Ruth E.


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