Charley Stonewall Jackson Mobley and Nancy Ellen Jones Mobley
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Nannie and Charley Mobley
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Name: Charley Stonewall Jackson MOBLEY 
Sex: M 
Birth: 11 Aug 1862 in South Carolina 
Death: 22 Sep 1922 in Dickens County, Texas 

Father: Charles MOBLEY 
Mother: Eliza MCCLANE

Marriage 1 Nancy Ellen JONES b: 31 Jul 1864 in Halletsville, Lavaca, Texas
Married: 9 Oct 1884 in Marclina, Wilson, Texas

Name: Nancy Ellen JONES 
Given Name: Nancy Ellen 
Sex: F 
Birth: 31 Jul 1864 in Halletsville, Lavaca, Texas 
Death: 27 Nov 1950 in San Saba County, Texas 
ASA:  Nannie 

Father: Maybra Madden JONES b: May 1820 in Clark County, Kentucky 
Mother: Martha Mattie PONTON b: 6 Sep 1846 in Gonzales County, Republic of Texas

Children
 Addie Sue MOBLEY b: 9 Jul 1885 in Florisville, Wilson, Texas
 Robert Sherril MOBLEY b: 8 Sep 1886 in Wilson County, Texas
 Charles Jenkins MOBLEY b: 10 Nov 1888 in Florisville, Wilson, Texas
 Henry Maybra MOBLEY b: 28 Dec 1889 in Florisville, Wilson, Texas
 Thomas Andrew MOBLEY b: 24 Jun 1891 in Florisville, Wilson, Texas
 Harvey Carrol MOBLEY b: 20 Jan 1893 in Florisville, Wilson, Texas
 Jesse Wallace MOBLEY b: 30 Aug 1897 in Floresville, Wilson, Texas
 Artie Belle MOBLEY b: 15 May 1898 in Floresville, Wilson, Texas
 Eula Mae MOBLEY b: 11 Mar 1900
 Sadie MOBLEY b: 21 Dec 1902 in Comanche County, Texas
 Ruth "Dutch" Ellen MOBLEY b: 19 Dec 1903 in Comanche County, Texas
 Joel Jones MOBLEY b: 4 Nov 1905
 

Obituary

Rites Read Nov. 25 For Mrs. Mobley

Mrs. Nannie Mobley, longtime resident of Duncan Flat community in Dickens county, died Nov. 23 at the home of a daughter, Mrs. A. J. Todd, in San Saba. Mrs. Mobley was 86.

Immediate survivors include five daughters, Mrs. A. J. Todd, San Saba; Mrs. D. P. Smiley, Roaring Springs; Mrs. F. C. Mills and Miss Eula Mae Mobley, Lubbock, and Mrs. John Stewart, Big Springs; three sons, C. J. Mobley, Clovis, New Mexico and J. W. and T. A. Mobley of Albuquerque.

A number of great grandchildren and grand children also survive, and one great-great grandchild.

Funeral services were conducted in the Afton Primitive Baptist church on Nov. 25, with Rev. Jack West, Anson, and Ben D. Johnson, Lubbock officiating.

Interment was in Afton cemetery.

©The Texas Spur, Nov. 1950

The following was copied from the records of Cottonwood Primitive Baptist Church, Afton, TX.

Sister Nannie Mobley

Out of respect to Sister Nannie Mobley, and with due respect and regards that we have for the Mobley family, our church, Cottonwood, on Saturday before the 3rd Sunday in December voted to write a resolution of respect for Sister Mannie Mobley who passed away on November 25, 1950 in San Saba County. Funeral Services were conducted November 27 here at Cottonwood Church by Elder J. W. West after which her body was laid to rest beside her husband in the Afton Cemetery to await the coming of our Lord and Savior.

Sister Mobley´s membership was not with us nor has been for several years but she visited the church often when she was able. But her and Brother Mobley were members in the early days of our church and after Brother Mobley passed away, she moved. Bro. R. S. Mobley, her son was a noble man to the church. Being an ordained deacon, he moved to the west plains in 1936 and took his membership and put it in a church out there. He, too, has since gone on to his reward.

Whereas of past memories of the joy with the saints of God and where sadness takes its stand, we feel more united to our loving heavenly Master that he has permitted just such great people as these to have been associated with. May the Lord enable Sister Mobley´s remaining children to see that she stood firm in the faith and to view her past that she served her Maker well.

Whereas we, Cottonwood Church, feel a loss, may we be reconciled that some sweet day there will be a great gathering. That we shall see Him and be like Him, then we will be satisfied. That we will not have to say goodbye to our loved ones anymore.

This done by order of Cottonwood Church while in conference on Saturday before the 3rd Sunday in December, 1950.

Elder J. W. West, Moderator

N. H. Young, Church Clerk

Burial location: Row H gravesite 15
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