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Luella Pearl Hopwood Mobley
Birth: Jan. 19, 1918
Indianapolis
Marion County
Indiana, USA
Death: Nov. 26, 1945
Indianapolis
Marion County
Indiana, USA

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♥ ♥ ~ ~ ♥ ~ ~ My Grandmother ~ ~ ♥ ~ ~ ♥ ♥

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My Grandmother was known as Pearl to those that knew and loved her. I never got the chance. When my mother was 5, Pearl got very sick while she was pregnant with her 4th child. The illness grew, and finally when she went to church for choir practice she collapsed, and died they tried to revive her, but she was gone, she never made it to the hospital. On her death certificate, it says that she died from peritonitis, this was caused from carrying a stillborn child. The address given as place of death, is the address of the church that she belonged to. I can only imagine her anquish and her pain. She left behind 3 children who were devastated by her loss.

I wish that I had the chance to get to know you. I would have been your second granddaughter, but your fifth grandchild. You would have had several grandchildren who all dearly wish that they had the chance.

My mother gave me many of your things, I have your pearl ring, and most of your depression glass that you saved. It all means a great deal to me but not as much as you.

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The photograph of the elderly lady with the children on the right, is not you, but it is your children, with your mother-in-law, Hallie Mae Henry Mobley Hopwood. She married your father after your mother died but was also your husband's mother.

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Luella Pearl Hopwood was the daughter of Albinus Vorhees Hopwood and Laura Ethel Shafer.

Pearl married Phillip Robert Mobley on April 23, 1937 in Franklin, Johnson Co, IN.

Their children:

1. Robert Edwin Mobley born January 3, 1938 in Indianapolis, Marion County, IN.

2. Mary Elizabeth "Susie" Mobley born April 19, 1939 in Indianapolis, Marion County, IN. (After her mother's death, her father gave her up for adoption to Paul Chester Hartzler and Martha Agnes Oxford).

3. Ethel Mae Mobley born September 9, 1940 in Indianapolis, Marion County, IN.

4. Infant Mobley born and died November 26, 1945, this child was stillborn and is buried with Luella Pearl Hopwood.

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 Parents:
  Albinus Vorhees Hopwood (1882 - 1958)
  Laura Ethel Shafer Hopwood (1891 - 1936)
 
 Spouse:
  Phillip Robert Mobley (1909 - 1984)*
 
 Children:
  Robert Edwin Mobley (1938 - 1997)*
  Mary Elizabeth Mobley Hartzler Collins (1939 - 1973)*
  Ethel Mae Mobley Goodwin (1940 - 1991)*
  Infant Mobley (1945 - 1945)*
 
 Siblings:
  James Arthur Monday (1908 - 1945)**
  Warren Newton Hopwood (1911 - 1978)*
  Albert Leroy Hopwood (1913 - 1988)*
  Vonda Opal Hopwood (1915 - ____)*
  Harold Wilson Hopwood (1916 - 1991)*
  Luella Pearl Hopwood Mobley (1918 - 1945)
  Fannie Gertrude Hopwood (1921 - 1921)*
  Ernest Everett Hopwood (1922 - 1979)*
  Peggy Ellen Jane Hopwood Ogle (1926 - 1990)*
  Louis Edward Hopwood (1928 - 1973)*
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Burial:
New Crown Cemetery
Indianapolis
Marion County
Indiana, USA
 
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Record added: Feb 20, 2003
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