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Mobberly, Lewis T.

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Mobberly, Lewis T.
March 10, 2007 02:15PM
Kentucky: A History of the State, Battle, Perrin, & Kniffin, 3rd ed., 1885,
Hardin Co.

LEWIS T. MOBBERLY, merchant and postmaster at Long Grove, Hardin Co., Ky.,
is one of a family of twelve children born to William Mobberly and Sarah
Curtsinger. His father was born in Maryland in 1808, and removed to Nelson
County, Ky., and is now living with his son, Matthew M., in Taylor County,
Ky. His wife died in 1876. Eight of their family are living, viz.: Mary E.,
Lewis T., John W., N.B., William M., Sarah E., Susan E. and Matthew M.
Mobberly. The subject of this sketch was born in Washington County, Ky.,
August 26, 1835. He was reared to manhood in his native county, and at the
age of twenty-one years removed to Hardin County, his present home. In
early life he learned the trade of blacksmith, to which he has devoted
sixteen years of his time. He is now engaged in merchandising, and for the
past ten years has been in the employ of the Chesapeake, Ohio &
Southwestern Railroad Company, as their agent at Long Grove. November 5,
1856, he married Miss Siothia Meece, who died February 28, 1870, leaving
four children: Elza D., William E., Emma L. and Sallie M. Mobberly. His
present wife, to whom he was married March 14, 1873, was Eliza, a daughter
of D. A. and Nancy Lawson. Their union has resulted in the birth of one
son, Edward Thomas Mobberly.

Mobberly Curtsinger Meece Lawson
MD Nelson-KY Taylor-KY Washington-KY

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