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Ada Mobley >AL
Posted by: Lynn Hudson Date: July 21, 1998 at 18:23:08
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I am trying to research a Colonel Sutton from the CSA. He died in 1864 in the Battle at Cahaba. I'm not sure what became of his wife, but he left two girls to be raised in an orphanage in Selma, AL. One was Ella Sutton and she married a John Woods Rodgers. The other child was Ada Sutton and married a Mobley. Both girls were born in Coldwater, MS. They are both buried in the Red Banks Cemetary, Marshall Co. MS. Does this ring a "faint" bell to anyone? Thank you in advance for any help offered. Lynn

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