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Mobley -

   The surname Mobley, a form of Moberley, is from the Old English meaning "maple tree clearing" or "one who came from Mobberley" (a glade with an assembly mound) in Cheshire, England.

   Mobleys first settled in America in Maryland.  By the late 1780s, our line of descent had moved to Edgefield County, South Carolina.  Great-great-great-grandparents Reason Mobley & Lucretia Duncan would raise their family in Coweta County, Georgia, southwest of Atlanta.

   Sub lines I am researching:  Morgan, Rice, Dunkin

My Mobley lineage:

Grandfather
    Horace Greeley Hodge

Great-grandparents
    Elmo Elijah Hodge & Cora Amanda Mobley

Great-great-grandparents
    Joseph Sheppard Mobley & Mary Caroline Morgan

Great-great-great-grandparents
    Reason Mobley & Lucretia Duncan

My Morgan lineage: 

Great-great-grandparents
    Joseph Sheppard Mobley & Mary Caroline Morgan

Great-great-great-grandparents
     John Morgan & Mary Amanda Rice

Great-great-great-great-grandparents
     David Morgan & Elizabeth Rylee

My Rice lineage:

Great-great-grandparents
    Joseph Sheppard Mobley & Mary Caroline Morgan

Great-great-great-grandparents
     John Morgan & Mary Amanda Rice

Great-great-great-great-grandparents
    Allen Poteet Rice & Elizabeth Harnsberger

 

 

 

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