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Johnny Moore, Mandy Cook, Ch: Arlena Moore Stewart, Charles Moore
Posted by: Joyce Wallace (ID *****2627) Date: June 20, 2004 at 04:44:43
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Johnny Moore and Mandy Cook were married in 1908 and again in 1914. Their children were Arlena Moore Stewart (d. 1970) and Charles Edward Moore (d. 1965). According to a great-niece, Johnny won a lot of money in a poker gme somehere near Jenkins, KY. He had started home with the money, but was attacked, robbed, and killed. I cannot find him in the Kentucky death records in either Letcher or Pike Counties. I have obits for both Arlena and Charles Edward Moore, and in them is listings of their children. However, I've been unable to make contact with any of those children. Looking for Charles and Mary Belva Fleming's children, Wilma Hall, Janis Bush, Particia Moore, Orville, Jerry, and Randy Moore, looking for Arlena's children, and looking for Arlena and Charlie Stewart's children, Julia Johnson, Arlena Campbell, John, Jack, Paul, and Lester Stewart.

I'm researching the Isaac Moore family of Pike County, KY. Johnny Moore was a son of my great-grandfather's brother, Jackson Moore. His and Mandy's first marriage record wrongly lists his parents as John Moore and Florence Greer. They were family members, and were his guardians after Jackson's death.


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