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Mosby may refer to:


  • Mosby, Missouri, a city in Clay County, Missouri, United States
  • Mosby, Montana, an unincorporated community in southwestern Garfield County, Montana, United States
  • Mosby Tavern, a 1740 historical building in Powhatan County, Virginia, also known as "Littleberry Mosby House" or "Old Cumberland Courthouse"
  • Mosby, Norway, a village and district in Kristiansand municipality in Vest-Agder county, Norway
  • Mosby Creek (disambiguation), a list of places called Mosby Creek


  • Bernice Mosby (b. 1984), a basketball player in the WNBA
  • Curtis Mosby (1888–1957), an American jazz drummer, bandleader, and businessman
  • Ervine Mosby, an English rugby league footballer who played in the 1900s
  • Harold Mosby (1926–2007), an English footballer
  • Howard Mosby (b. 1961), an African American member of the Georgia House of Representatives
  • John R. Mosby, guerrilla leader during the Magonista rebellion of 1911
  • John S. Mosby (1833–1916), Confederate partisan ranger in the American Civil War, leader of the famed "Mosby's Rangers"
  • Johnny and Jonie Mosby, a country music duo
  • Littleberry Mosby Jr (1757–1821), United States brigadier general during the War of 1812
  • Marilyn Mosby (b. 1980), an American lawyer
  • Ted Mosby, a fictional character from the television show, How I Met Your Mother
  • William H. Mosby (1898–1964), a portrait artist and an important American teacher of fine arts


  • Mosby (publisher), American medical publishing firm absorbed by Elsevier; its name survives as an Elsevier imprint name

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