Text files placed here by Carl Mobley (cmobley@cfl.rr.com) along with these comments. These are of special interest to the group researching the Mobley-Moberly-Mobberley surname.

burch.txt 10,28 kb
Taken from Burch, Harrell and Families Vol 1 (she wrote 8 vols) Compiled by Marilu Burch Smallwood 1968. Contains about 10 pages from this vol on the Mobleys.

burke_ga.txt 28,895b
The Mobley line of Burke County, Georgia. Benjamin (1786-1867) and Elizabeth Ellison Mobley and their descendants. Written by Martha Martin Dixon in 1971. (Benjamin's father unplaced)

Census' of Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Kansas, Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin & Wyoming

chester.txt 74 kb
Some Chester Co., SC Mobleys

chrono.txt 22 kb
Chronological list of events compiled by Richard Mobley

claiborneRMobley.doc 69 kb
Claiborne Riggs Mobley

coleman.txt 1,169 kb
The Robert Coleman Family - From Virginia to Texas 1652-1965 by J.P. Coleman, former Governor of Mississippi

Coleman Taylor Mobley Memorial and death certificate (1416125)

debrett.txt 55 kb
A report done in 1987 by the professional genealogy company "DeBrett" in England. This was commissioned by Richard Mobley of Russellville, AR and his cousin Lu.
DeBrett searched burial, marriage, birth, shipping, IGI and other records -- some dating back several centuries.

dixon.txt 286 kb
The book "The Mobleys and their Connections" by William Woodward Dixon published in 1915.
NOTE: A hard bound version may be obtained from Bill Tate wtate@ioa.com (address to change soon)

Letter and research papers compiled by Eino Kainlauri, Ph.D.


Some Early Mobley Georgia Marriages

George W Moberly.txt
George Washington Moberly b. 1812 Garrard Co., KY

Letter written by Henry Ellis Mobley giving descendants of William (Billy) Mobley/Jenny Gaston of Belmont Co., OH

Hill and Hill-Moberly Connections of Fairfield County, by George A. Hill, 1961

Early Illinois land sales to/by Mobleys

Indiana Marriages through 1850

Bartholomew County, Indiana Marriages 1850-1920

Caswell Mobley [11162] and his descendants. Updated by Dr. George L. Irwin, M.D. of Greenville, SC . Originally compiled by Mrs. Lettie Mobley Bowling in the 1950's.

Irwin Co., GA Marriages 54kb
Irwin Co., GA Marriages

Descendants of James N. Mobley of Liberty Co, GA by Inez Mobley DeLoach and A.C. Mobley
Research letters etc on James N. Mobley line by Inez Mobley Deloach

GEDCOM of the Mobley family compiled by Vincent T. Mobley [minus his notes and sources]

The descendants of Keziah Moberly and Thomas Meadors. Compiled by Su [Creekmore] Ryan 1995


Lateral lines being researched by others

Portions from "The Mann Family and Allied Familes" by Lucile Eavenson Mann. It covers William Henry Mobley, Jr b. 1897 (1331839) and his wife Nancy Mann (dau of John T. Mann & Columbia Shelton Dopson)

Mayland Land deeds Plus several Family histories

map.gif 164,484b
Map of Mobberley, Cheshire, England

MIA Part 1 05/10/2013
Part One- This section contains Introduction thru ID #1 - 13

MIA Part 2 05/10/2013
This section contains 14 Edward and descendants

MIA Part 3 05/10/2013
This section contains 15 Thomas and descendants plus UNPLACED Families

Mississippi Marriages compiled by Richard Mobley

Mobberley Records in Illinois 57kb
Mobberley Records in Illinois

Namesake of Moberly, Missour

Mobley Family Line 131kb
Mobley Family Line, compiled by Carolyn Travers April 2007

Mobley Meeting House by Ken Shelton
Ken Shelton's Main Page
Wikipedia page by Ken Shelton
FTM book containing Ken Shelton's Mobley line

Mobleys in the Military.rtf
Mobley's in the Military [compiled by Marion E. "Moe" Mobley moemobley@comcast.net

Stories by some Mobley slaves - Mobleys in Paulding Co, GA cemeteries - Mobleys in GA Black Book - Deborah's lineage

Moberly, Missouri's name-sake

Moberly Family History.doc
The Moberly Family History of England, Russia, India, Canada & New Zealand
Compiled by Peter Mott, Adelaide S.A. [.doc format]

Moberly Pre 1725, England

Three Centuries of Social Mobility in America

Mobleys of Clay Co., KY 51kb
Mobleys of Clay Co., KY

Mobley Wills
A collection of Mobley Wills etc

My Brother, Milton Mobley.

Some North Carolina Marriages (no Mobley listed?)

Olivia Mobley Andem research papers

"Family Album" by James Reddick - Contains only the pages on Rev. William Lemster Mobley [174?-1825](1311) and his descendants.

The Judge Richard I. Mobley Collection.

James Rabb Mobley, Early Settler of Freestone Co, TX, by George A. Saul

Simeon Moberly.rtf
A narrative ancestral file of William Evans Moberly (45 pages)

The Social Security Death Index of MOBLEY - MOBERLEY - MOBBERLEY in the U.S.A. (up to ca 1993)

History of St Wilfrid Church, Mobberley, England

Thomas Halsell.rtf
Descendants of Thomas Halsell, Sr.

Troup County, GA Marriages 1851-1898
Troup County, GA Marriages 1851-1898

A series of letters from Vincent, Milton, Mary Ann, Eino, Joe & others.

Wells - Mobley book [Liberty County, Georgia]

White Servitude in Maryland 1634-1820

William Moberly Hill Diary

Seven letters written about Mobleys for WPA Project.

The Topographical Dictionary of England.-Vol 3 pg 289 (printed in the 1840's)

MOBBERLEY (St Wilfrid), a parish, in the union of ALTRINCHAM, hundred of BUCKLOW, Northern Division, of the county of CHESTER, 2 miles (E N E) from Nether Knutsford; containing 1271 inhabitants. The manufacture of cotton is carried on here in a large factory. The parish, which comprises about 10,000 acres, is divided into three baronies, for each of which in distinct court is held annually by its lord. The living is a rectory,valued in the king's books at L 23.3.4(23 pounds,3 shillings and 4 pence), present net income is L524: it is in the patronage of Mrs MALLORY. The church, which is very ancient, has a rich screen, the remains of the rood-loft; and some stone stalls in the chancel; it was thoroughly repaired and the tower rebuilt of stone in 1533, at the expense of SIR JOHN TALBOT.
There are places of worship for Independents and Wesleyan Methodists.
The free school, founded in 1659 by the Rev WILLIAM GRIFFIN, was endowed by him with the interest of L210.
A Priory of Black Canons was founded here in 1206 by PATRICK de MOBBERLEY, in honor of the Blessed Virgin Mary and St Wilfrid; but being endowed with property in which the founder had only a life interest, it existed only for a short time.
From : THE HISTORY OF CHESTER by John Ormered (3 Vols)
* Dedicated to St Wilfred (who was the Archbishop of YORK who died in anno 708) Parish registers begin in 1578.
*There is almost a complete series of very valuable charters given by Mr Ormerod, relating to MOBBERLEY PRIORY. which were unknown to Sir Peter Leycester, and which have thrown much light upon the origin of this foundation,and the families connected with it.
One third of the moiety of the Manor possessed by the MOBBERLEY"S has descemded to Ralph Leycester (Lister) of Toft, Esq from his ancestor Ralph Leycester, Esq. living 3nd Richard II.1379, whose father John Leycester, was nephew and heir of RALPH de MOBBERLEY on 1359.
In the year 1206, PATRICK de MOBBERLEY founded here a small Augustine Priory, and endowed it with half the Rectory, the other half being afterwards granted to the Priory by WILLIAM de MOBBERLEY. Sir GILBERT de BARTON, LORD OF MOBBERLEY, granted his entire demesne of MOBBERLEY and the Advowson of the Priory, to the Canons of St Mary's Priory at Roucester. This was between 1228 and 1240.
The Advowson was, however, in 1299 vested again in WILLIAM de MODBURLEGH ( Mobberley)
This is locate in Macclesfield Deanery in the Archdeaconry of Chester.(These are all Ecclesiastical Districts)
Meanings of words;
Moiety- one of two parts which a thing is divided
Demesne- landed property;estate; his own property
Advowson- right of presentation to a benifice (property held by and ecclesiastical officer, rector or vicar.

Note----The manuscripts that Ormerod uses the MOBBERLEY Charters can be located in the Shrewsbury-Talbot collection now in the British Museum(Add Ch 72398,referred to in the Chester Sheaf,nos 3682,4787)

as of 15 Sep 2007

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