Photo No.

Date

Description

Kiowa, Rifle, Colorado

Mobley 58

 

John Chester Mobley, (Nick named Mountain Man Mobley) oldest brother of GG Mobley. He was a teamster in The Iowa 7th. Volunteer Cavalry during the Civil War. After the war he and GG Mobley migrated to Cheyenne, Wyoming, Denver, Kiowa, Franktown, Bijou Basin, Colorado Springs where they bought and sold land in some of these towns along with their in laws.

John owned a saloon- billiard parlor in Kiowa. Lawman in Julesburg, cattle rancher

Mobley 59

 

Julia Day Mobley (Webb)

Mobley 60

 

Julia Day Mobley (Webb)

Mobley 61

14 Aug.1925

Marjorie May Mobley and Nellie May Whitbeck (Mobley). Nellie the oldest daughter of John C. and Julia Mobley and  Marjorie the 3rd. oldest daughter.

Mobley 62

 

Nellie May Whitbeck (Mobley) and husband James Edward Whitbeck. Married 21 Mar.1893 Janeway, Pitkin Co., Colorado

Mobley 63

 

News paper article about Mountain Man Mobley

Mobley 64

03 May1870

Marriage Certificate, John Chester Mobley, Julia Day Webb

Mobley 65

 

Article re; Doc Holliday and John Mobley

Mobley 66

 

Article re; Doc Holliday and John Mobley (continued)

Mobley 67

20 Oct.1876

Denver Daily Times. Re: John Chester and Old Joe in a knife fight in Johns saloon in Kiowa.