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The "Widow Perman" married James H. Mozley
Posted by: Mona Herrin Date: February 10, 2002 at 14:16:29
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In a record that a relative made in the late 1800s, he stated that James H. Mozley (may be spelled Mozeley, Mosely, Moseley, Mosley, Mozely) married a widow Perman. I think that this prob. occurred in GA before James migrated to Bedford Co., Tennessee. They were supposed ot have had one chld, Thomas Jefferson Mozley, but there were other kids in the huse. James had his own by his first wife Keziah Turner who he married in Virginia in the 1780s. I think that Keziah died in GA and he married Mrs. Perman there. She had died by 1821 when he married for the third time, Martha Tramel, also a widow, in Tennessee. I have not found marriage for James and Mrs. Perman. Does any of this sound familiar to anyone? I have nothing on Mrs. Perman and am trying to document that this actually happened.

Thank You
Mona Herrin


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