Yes, I do have some info now.One of his desc. contacted me and we shared info-which enhanced what I had already found and added his info to mine. The father of Benjamin Franklin Mozley is:
Caleb T. Mozley, b. 1827 in Marion Co., Al.d. Mar. 24, 1864 is buried in City Cem., Newman, Ga. during CSA. Married Mahala ?, b. c. 1833 in Al.
Children of Caleb T. Mozley and Mahala:
1. Henry C. Mozley, b. c 1852 Al 2. Sarah C. Mozley, b. c 1854 Al 3. Benjamin Franklin "Frank" Mozley, b. March 30, 1856 in Al., died Dec. 4, 1925 in OK. 4. James Coleman Mozley, b. June 5, 1861 Al, died Feb. 25, 1925 OK 5. Robert W. Mozley, b. c 1861.
This info I have confirmed and am in contact with a number of desc. including a desc. of the Benjamin Franklin Mozley here.
In addition, I have another Benjamin, b. c. 1817 who is the son of Caleb Turner Mozley, who was an uncle of Caleb T. Mozley. This Benjamin was born in Tenn. and married a Margaret. Their children were: 1. Katharina, b. c. 1839 2. Jourdan C., b. c. 1841 3. Jonathan, b. c. 1842 4. Cleopatra E., b. after June 1846 5. Emily E., b. c. 1848 6. J. H., b. c. 1851 7. William, b. c. 1854 8. Benjamin, Jr., b.c. 1859
This family was located in Bedford Co., Tenn.in the 1840 and 1860 C. of Bedford Co., Tenn. and in 1880, they were located in Pototoc Co., Tenn.Benjamin is supposed to have died in Pototoc Co., Miss. I found this in the LDS contributed by Leigh Woolhiser Gallimore of Salt Lake City Utah who is a Mozley desc.I have not looked this Benjamin up and verified the info yet.I have seen him connected to another Moseley family who kind of followed my Mozleys around.Leigh's research has been very good in the past and I expect that she has researched this too, but I don't want to lead you wrong.I have a lot more info on the Mozleys if you think that you may connect.Mona