|i.||WILLIAM4 MOZLEY, b. 1800, Edgefield, South Carolina; d. Unknown, ?.|
Notes for WILLIAM MOZLEY:|
Lost to research.
|29.||ii.||HENRY TERRELL MOZLEY, b. July 14, 1801, Pickens, South Carolina; d. March 02, 1885, Rabun Co., GA.|
|iii.||EDWIN G. MOZLEY, b. Abt. 1803, Poss. Edgefield, South Carolina; d. Unknown, Marion Co., AL?.|
Notes for EDWIN G. MOZLEY:|
There is an Edward G. Mozeley who is the clerk of the court in Marion Co., AL about 1850. There was an Edwin G. Mosley in the 1830 C. of Marion Co., AL living near Archibald McDaniel Mozley. There is a land patent for an Edwin G. Moseley for land in Marion Co., AL February 01, 1843. I believe that the Edwin G. Mozley in the 1830 census of Marion Co., AL is this Edwin G. He is the only one that I have found that was born between 1800-1810.
From Genealogy.com (Copywrited 10/21/2001): MILITARY RECORDS: VIRGINIA IN THE REVOLUTION AND WAR OF 1812, Virginia Soldiers of 1776, Vols. I, II, & III, Virginia Soldiers, Pg. 1268-1269:
"Marion Co., Ala, Probate Court, 8 Nov., 1852. John D. Terrill, Pres. Judge." This is dealing with motion pertaining to the Revolutionary service of Col. Henry Aimes and is signed by John D. Terrill. Edward Terrill deposed at the same court on behalf of Samuel and Fisher Aimes as the only heirs of Col. Henry Aimes; that Richard Camfield, the only heir of Captain Aaron Camfield was living; that Richard Goggin was the only heir of Lieut. John Gookin was still living; that James Watkins, the only heir of Ensign Robert Watkins was living; that John McReynolds, the only heir of Capt. Thomas McReynolds was living; and that Cornelius Dabney of said line (Cont'l Line) is also living. "Sworn to and Signed by Edw. G. Terrill, 1834."
"At the same court, Richard K. Meade of Pickens Co. and Cornelius Dabney of Laurens Co., AL, deposed to the same facts, except that they deposed that Col. Henry Aimes moved from Henry Co., VA to Rowan Co., N. C. and then to Liberty Co., GA Sworn to and signed 3 Feb., 1834. Edwin G. Mosley, clerk certified to the above, and that ' Richard K. Meade and Cornelius Dabney were old Revolutionists and are reputable citizens.' Signed John D. Terrell. 'Note. The official seal is absent as there was no public seal of office.' J. D. T."
"Samuel Aimes and Fisher Aimes of Monroe Co., AL appointed Chas. S. Morgan as their Atty. Witnesses, John Scott, William Woods, and J. D. Terrell.
Note. There is on file another power of Atty. dated 10 Nov. 1852. Notice date of first deposition given above (1852) and the others (1834) Hanover Co. Sup. Ct. Chanery, Apl. 28, 1834. On motion of Samuel and Fisher Aimes of 'Sumter' Co., AL and upon testimony of Meade and Dabney taken before court of Marion Co., AL certified (as above). Phillip Winston, clerk."
|30.||iv.||ELIZABETH TERRELL MOZLEY, b. Abt. 1805, SC; d. Unknown.|
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