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1001 [mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[daughtry.FTW]

_STATMARRIED[daughtry.FTW]

_STATMARRIED 
Family F0629
 
1002 [mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[daughtry.FTW]

_STATMARRIED[daughtry.FTW]

_STATMARRIED 
Family F0632
 
1003 [mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[daughtry.FTW]

_STATMARRIED[daughtry.FTW]

_STATMARRIED 
Family F0633
 
1004 [mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[daughtry.FTW]

_STATMARRIED[mobley.FTW]

[longnew.ged.FTW]

[mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[daughtry.FTW]

_STATMARRIED[daughtry.FTW]

_STATMARRIED 
Family F0030
 
1005 [mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[daughtry.FTW]

_STATMARRIED[mobley.FTW]

[longnew.ged.FTW]

[mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[daughtry.FTW]

_STATMARRIED[daughtry.FTW]

_STATMARRIED 
Family F0075
 
1006 [mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[daughtry.FTW]

_STATMARRIED[mobley.FTW]

[longnew.ged.FTW]

[mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[daughtry.FTW]

_STATMARRIED[daughtry.FTW]

_STATMARRIED 
Family F0116
 
1007 [mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[Hunt2.FTW]

Died at night[mobley.FTW]

[longnew.ged.FTW]

[mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[Hunt2.FTW]

Died at night 
Long, David French (I0030)
 
1008 [mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[Hunt2.FTW]

First Wife[mobley.FTW]

[longnew.ged.FTW]

[mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[Hunt2.FTW]

First Wife 
Family F0023
 
1009 [mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[Hunt2.FTW]

from Billings, Montana[mobley.FTW]

[longnew.ged.FTW]

[mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[Hunt2.FTW]

from Billings, Montana 
Dutton, Rona (I0058)
 
1010 [mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[Hunt2.FTW]

Goes by "Jimmy"[mobley.FTW]

[longnew.ged.FTW]

[mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[Hunt2.FTW]

Goes by "Jimmy" 
Long, James H (I0049)
 
1011 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F0054
 
1012 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Long, Arminda (I0017)
 
1013 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F0057
 
1014 [mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[Hunt2.FTW]

Open Pond community is in the same area as Salem Baptist Church. This church is about 4 miles east of Bainbridge and 3 miles north of Climax. They were both born and married in this community.[mobley.FTW]

[longnew.ged.FTW]

[mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[Hunt2.FTW]

Open Pond community is in the same area as Salem Baptist Church. This church is about 4 miles east of Bainbridge and 3 miles north of Climax. They were both born and married in this community. 
Family F0012
 
1015 [mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[Hunt2.FTW]

They had two children. One Boy. One Girl.[mobley.FTW]

[longnew.ged.FTW]

[mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[Hunt2.FTW]

They had two children. One Boy. One Girl. 
Family F0024
 
1016 [mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[Hunt2.FTW]

They have 1 daughter[Hunt2.FTW]

Have one daughter[mobley.FTW]

[longnew.ged.FTW]

[mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[Hunt2.FTW]

They have 1 daughter[Hunt2.FTW]

Have one daughter 
Family F0029
 
1017 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F0051
 
1018 [mobley.FTW]

From "Mobley's in America":

John and family moved to North Carolina after 1752 Poll was taken in Lunenberg County, Virginia

*****************

From the newsletter "The Ellis Cousins Newsletter" for the Fall 1980 Edition:

"The Mobley family (known as Mobberly at that time) was in Maryland as early as 1688, so you can see that this family line was in America a hundred years before the United States came into being.

The oldest known ancestors of this line were John and Ann Mobberly, whose family records ared found in All Hallows Parish, Ann Arumdel County, Maryland.

It is recorded in these church records taht to this couple was born John Mobberly, Jr. on March 2, 1688. This is the earliest record yet found for this family, believed to be the family line of the Newsletter publisher and his Mobley cousins.

Also born were other sons, Edward, May 13, 1696; James, Jan. 3, 1697, and Thomas, Jan. 18, 1698.

By the early 1700's, the Mobberly family was located in Prince George's County, Maryland, where they belonged to the St. Barnabas Church (The Church of England).

Church records show that on February 12, 1711/12, John Mobberly, Jr. married Rachel Pindell.

John Mobberly, Jr. and his wife Rachel had at least four children, based on John's will, dated August 31, 1752, Listed in the will are sons Mordecai, Edward, Hammond and John.

Records of the Queen Anne's Parish give the birthdates for Edward as October 8, 1716, and John as May 2, 1720. It is thought that Mordecai was the oldest son, born around 1714, and that the other son, Hammond, was born around 1718.

The Mobberly's continued to live in Prince Georges County at least as late as 1733, when the last mention of them is made in church records.

Sometime between 1733 and 1748, the Mobberly family moved to Lunenburg County, Virginia. The family was enumerated in the church tithe lists in the Virginia county from 1748 thruough 1752.

In addition, records show that Edward Mobberly, Jr. was owner of two separate tracts of land under the land patent system, around 1750.

By the mid 1750's, the Mobberly family had moved into North Carolina, where they were to become large plantation owners and "planters" of some means. These plantation owners also became slave holders.

Records show that in 1761 Mordecai Mobley was issued a grant for 605 acres of land in Johnston County, North Carolina. Earlier, sometime before 1760, his brother Edward Mobley (Mobberley), Jr. had received a similar grant in Edgecombe or Halifax County, North Carolina.

These brothers and their families can be traced, through a number of land transactions in this area of North Carolina (Halifax, Granville, Johnston and Wake Counties), in the 1700's.

A third brother, Hammond, also has some land records in this area.

About the time the family members came to North Carolina, they apparently dropped the "er" syliable from the family name, and it began to show up in legal records as "Mobley". The older spelling of "Mobberly" or "Mobberley" is more likely the family name as it originated in England.

In 1778 and 1788, the wills of Edward and Mordecai Mobley were filed in Wake County, North Carolina and in 1807, Mordecai's wife Dorcas' will was filed. These documents give accurate and important genealogical information for this family line.

Edward Mobley (1716-1777) was known as Edward Mobley, Jr., though he was the son of John Mobberly, Jr. The "junior" was probably to distinguish him from his uncle. His wife named Mary. Edward had four sons: Jeremiah, Edward, John and William.

The son Edward Mobley died within a year or so of his father. His wife was named Milley. He had one son, Ezekiel, who is named both in his father's and grandfather's wills.

Mordecai Mobley married Dorcas Reed and was the father of nine daughters and one son: Mary Lowry, Media Shaw, Lydia (married James Joplin), Mavil (married Gabriel Shaw), Pheraby (married Jonathan Thompson), Susannah or Sukey (married Ezekiel Mobley), Edith (married Isaac Gill), Olive and Elizabeth or Betsey (married Allen Mobley). The only son was Jesse Mobley.

This seventh daughter of Mordecai Mobley, Susannah, who married her second cousin, Ezekiel (son of Edward, above), is the subject of the Newsletter editor's line.

Ezekiel and Susannah married Jan. 9, 1792 in Wake County, North Carolina. In 1801 they disposed of land they had inherited from Edward and Mordecai Mobley, and later are found in Maury and Lawrence Counties, Tennessee.

The evidence is strong that Ezekiel and Susannah (Sukey) were parents of one Edward Mobley (born around 1793 in North Carolina), and that he is turn was the father of William J. Mobley, who migrated to Texas prior to the Civil War, and later settled in Montague County, Texas after the War.

Edward Mobley (b. 1793) married Jane Bradshaw in Lawrence County, Tennessee. Their family, as we have it, is as follows:

William J. (b. 1823) m. Alvina E. Hunt, d. 1912; P.A. (name not known) m. George Foster; John R., m. Nancy Hunt; Columbus; Alice (Alsey) m. Edward Winters; Ezekiel m. Mary Johnson; and Daniel F. Mobley.

This Mobley line was located in the Lawrence County, Tennessee area from around 1820 until around 1870, although by this time several had migrated to other places.

*******************

ARTICLE APPEARING IN THE "THE ELLIS COUSINS NEWSLETTER" FOR THE FALL OF 1980:

"By the mid 1750's, the Mobberly family had moved into North Carolina, where they were to become large plantation owners and "planters" of some means. These plantation owners also became slave holders. About the time the family members came to North Carolina, they apparently dropped the "er" syllable from the family name and it began to show up in legal records as "Mobley." The older spelling of "Mobberly," or "Mobberley" is more likely the family name as it originated in England."

******************* 
Mobberly, John Jr. (I1627)
 
1019 [mobley.FTW]

From "Mobley's of America":

Edward Mobley bought land in Lunenberg County, Virginia on 7/3/1750, sold same 10/2/1751; bought 396 acres in Edgecombe County, North Carolina on 5/14/1753 from James Green on Burnt Cote Swamp for 70 pounds.

Edward raised a company of militia "from Ensall's Creek on N. Side Nuse River..", Johnston County, North Carolina in 1750's; he was Capt. Militia in 1763 & 1764, Johnston County, North Carolina; resigned his commission as Capt. 10/6/1772 in Wake County.

*******************

REF: Abstract of Record of Wills, Inventories, Settlements of Estates 1771-1802 in Wake County, North Carolina - By Frances Holloway Wynne - 1985

"Mobley, Edward. Will R. July 12, 1777, page 92. In the name of God Amen. Wife, Mary; plantation whereon I now live during her widowhood with 100 acres adjoining to revert to grandson James Mobley, son of Jeremia Mobley. Son Jeremiah; land whereon he now lives to revert at his death to my grandson Edward Mobley, son of Jeremiah. Son Edward Mobley; 100 acres whereon he now lives to revert to grandson Ezekial Mobley, son of Edward Mobley. Son John Mobley; tract of land bought of Moses Kemp whereon he now lives. September 26, 1776. Executors: sons Jeremiah and William."

********************* 
Mobley, Edward (I1623)
 
1020 [Pershing.FTW]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/rob/3/data/1742
REFN: WYAr157
[Persh.GED]

last name originally spelled Pfoershing
Oath of Allegiance taken at Philadelphia
Sailed from Amsterdam on the ship JACOB, capt ained by Adolph De Grove, in 1749
JACOB stopped at SHIELDS, in England, and ar rived in Philadelphia Abt. 10/1/1749[McPherson.paf.GED.FBK.FTW]

REFN: WYAr157
[Persh.GED]

last name originally spelled Pfoershing
Oath of Allegiance taken at Philadelphia
Sailed from Amsterdam on the ship JACOB, capt ained by Adolph De Grove, in 1749
JACOB stopped at SHIELDS, in England, and ar rived in Philadelphia Abt. 10/1/1749[rob-3-1747.ged]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/rob/3/data/1742
REFN: WYAr157
[Persh.GED]

last name originally spelled Pfoershing
Oath of Allegiance taken at Philadelphia
Sailed from Amsterdam on the ship JACOB, capt ained by Adolph De Grove, in 1749
JACOB stopped at SHIELDS, in England, and ar rived in Philadelphia Abt. 10/1/1749[McPherson.paf.GED.FBK.FTW]

REFN: WYAr157
[Persh.GED]

last name originally spelled Pfoershing
Oath of Allegiance taken at Philadelphia
Sailed from Amsterdam on the ship JACOB, capt ained by Adolph De Grove, in 1749
JACOB stopped at SHIELDS, in England, and ar rived in Philadelphia Abt. 10/1/1749 
Pershing, Frederick Pfersching (I3267)
 
1021 [Pershing.FTW]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/rob/3/data/1743
REFN: WYAr158
[Persh.GED]

In the pamphlet on the Pershing family, the autho r refers to her last name as Weyant[McPherson.paf.GED.FBK.FTW]

REFN: WYAr158
[Persh.GED]

In the pamphlet on the Pershing family, the autho r refers to her last name as Weyant[rob-3-1747.ged]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/rob/3/data/1743
REFN: WYAr158
[Persh.GED]

In the pamphlet on the Pershing family, the autho r refers to her last name as Weyant[McPherson.paf.GED.FBK.FTW]

REFN: WYAr158
[Persh.GED]

In the pamphlet on the Pershing family, the autho r refers to her last name as Weyant 
Weygandt, Maria Elizabeth (I3268)
 
1022 [Pershing.FTW]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/rob/3/data/1744
REFN: WYAr293 
Pershing, Peter Frederick (I3269)
 
1023 [Pershing.FTW]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/rob/3/data/1745
REFN: WYAr160
[Persh.GED]

children based on baptismal records of Herolds Ch urch, Westmoreland County, PA 
Pershing, Elizabeth (I3270)
 
1024 [Pershing.FTW]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/rob/3/data/1746
REFN: WYAr146
[Persh.GED]

Lived entire life at Coventry.
Built log cabin o n a branch of the Nine Mile Run, 1/2 mile west of his father's home.
Buried at Smith's graveyard, near his father. 
Pershing, Conrad (I3271)
 
1025 [Pershing.FTW]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/rob/3/data/1747
REFN: WYAr162[rob-3-1747.ged]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/rob/3/data/1747
REFN: WYAr162 
Pershing, Daniel (I3272)
 
1026 [Pershing.FTW]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/rob/3/data/1748
REFN: WYAr163
[Persh.GED]

No documentary evidence of his birth or death.... .statements of members of family about an
"uncle" Abraham 
Pershing, Abraham (I3273)
 
1027 [Pershing.FTW]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/rob/3/data/1749 
Pershing, Roxanna (I3274)
 
1028 [Pershing.FTW]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/rob/3/data/1750
REFN: WYAr165
[Persh.GED]

baptized at Harrold's, 10/18/1779 
Pershing, Isaac (I3275)
 
1029 [Pershing.FTW]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/rob/3/data/1811
REFN: WYAr161 
Pershing, Christena (I3276)
 
1030 [Pershing.FTW]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/rob/3/data/1813
REFN: WYAr164 
Pershing, Roxanne (I3277)
 
1031 [Pershing.FTW]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/rob/3/data/1928
Name Suffix: , Sr.
Ancestral File Number: 1HX9-VFC
REFN: WYAr291[McPherson.paf.GED.FBK.FTW] 
Pershing, Christian (I3278)
 
1032 [Pershing.FTW]

_UID887CE8E3696BD511819DE37AD048921FCDCD
REFNWYAm2276[McPherson.paf.GED.FBK.FTW]

_UID887CE8E3696BD511819DE37AD048921FCDCD
REFNWYAm2276[rob-3-1747.ged]

_UID887CE8E3696BD511819DE37AD048921FCDCD
REFNWYAm2276[McPherson.paf.GED.FBK.FTW]

_UID887CE8E3696BD511819DE37AD048921FCDCD
REFNWYAm2276 
Family F1035
 
1033 [psquinby-1-326.ged]

Killed by the kick of a horse.
This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/psquinby/1/data/471 
Quinby, Samuel (I2682)
 
1034 [psquinby-1-326.ged]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/psquinby/1/data/240 
Quinby, Josiah (I2677)
 
1035 [psquinby-1-326.ged]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/psquinby/1/data/309 
Molyneux, Mary (I2678)
 
1036 [psquinby-1-326.ged]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/psquinby/1/data/326 
Quinby, Isaiah (I2647)
 
1037 [psquinby-1-326.ged]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/psquinby/1/data/468 
Warford, Rachel (I2648)
 
1038 [psquinby-1-326.ged]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/psquinby/1/data/469 
Kinsey, Hannah (I2680)
 
1039 [psquinby-1-326.ged]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/psquinby/1/data/470 
Betts, Miriam (I2681)
 
1040 [psquinby-1-326.ged]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/psquinby/1/data/472 
Quinby, Mary (I2683)
 
1041 [psquinby-1-326.ged]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/psquinby/1/data/474[brown_joseph-1-475.ged ]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/psquinby/1/data/474 
Quinby, Elizabeth (I2684)
 
1042 [psquinby-1-326.ged]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/psquinby/1/data/476 
Quinby, Anne (I2685)
 
1043 [psquinby-1-326.ged]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/psquinby/1/data/478 
Quinby, Phoebe (I2686)
 
1044 [psquinby-1-326.ged]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/psquinby/1/data/480 
Quinby, Rachel (I2687)
 
1045 [psquinby-1-326.ged]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/psquinby/1/data/484 
Quinby, Sarah (I2688)
 
1046 [psquinby-1-326.ged]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/psquinby/1/data/487 
Quinby, Aaron (I2689)
 
1047 [psquinby-1-326.ged]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/psquinby/1/data/488 
Quinby, Moses (I2690)
 
1048 [psquinby-1-326.ged]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/psquinby/1/data/489 
Quinby, Tabitha (I2691)
 
1049 [psquinby-1-326.ged]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/psquinby/1/data/491 
Quinby, Martha (I2692)
 
1050 [psquinby-1-326.ged]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/psquinby/1/data/497 
Quinby, James (I2693)
 

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