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Jackie Moppins, my cousin; Our Great Aunt is Mary Moppins and Uncle Moppins of Mobile Alabama:. Any help would be appreciated

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Recent research findings below..Looking for ancestors and family of Rose (Williams) Moppins [photo above] and how we are related to the "Young" of Mobile, AL??

Frances York Moppins, age 80, a lifelong resident of Mobile, AL, born November 13, 1931, passed this life Saturday, November 26, 2011 in Tyler, TX. She was preceded in death by her husband, Joseph Moppins and son, Leon York. She was a caretaker for the elderly and a member of Stewart Memorial C.M.E. Church where she was a Frances York Moppins, age 80, a lifelong resident of Mobile, AL, born November 13, 1931, passed this life Saturday, November 26, 2011 in Tyler, TX. She was preceded in death by her husband, Joseph Moppins and son, Leon York. She was a caretaker for the elderly and a member of Stewart Memorial C.M.E. Church where she was a member. Born: November 13, 1931and Death: November 26, 2011.

Related to:
Spouse: Willie Moppins
Name: Mary L Moppins
Birth: abt. 1913

Name Joseph Moppins Jr.
Spouse: Mary Moppins
Residence: - Mobile , Al:



Thomas Marion Moppins, Sr 1908- to Death: dd mm 1957 - Mobile, AL
Lucille Hall Moppins Birth: 1907 - Mobile, USA To: 1989
Children:
Mytrice Powe Born 1929, Mobile, AL, US,
Joseph Moppins Jr. (1928-1984)
Jackie Moppins [http://www.sirshambling.com/artists2012/M/jacki_moppins/index.php] photo below*
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Lula (Pope) Williams [Williams Family Tree]
Frederich W Bruckmann (born 1882)

Rose (Williams) Moppins 1895-1922 Closest relative Aunt Mary and Uncle Thomas Moppins Sr.
children:
Eliza (Williams) Moppins 1914-1961
Eva (Williams) Moppins 1916-1924
Father: Andrew Brown 1885- ? (after 1960)(Black water area Alabama USA)

Surnames: HARGROVE LYLES MOPPINS SHOWERS WILLIAMS YOUNG
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on 2012-11-01 18:10:57

I are glad to have others assist me with our this research. Still it is difficult to find relatives. Our people were once known only by their first names or sold as property before 1865. My earliest memory was the story told of my great great grand mother. My grand mother told me of this young girl, age 12 who was freed in 1865. She was singled out by the plantation mid-husbandry, who wanted to marry her. She became the mother of 14 children including my great grandmother.

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