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Re: Laurence Moore, 1753-1817 and ADCOCK in Anson Co. NC.
Posted by: Philip Hotlen (ID *****1859) Date: June 28, 2012 at 01:50:48
In Reply to: Laurence Moore, 1753-1817 and ADCOCK in Anson Co. NC. by Timothy Adcock of 30976

This won't help. But I am looking for my earliest known direct line (u5b2) female ancestress, who allegedly was Charity (last name unknown, and who was of Anson County, North Carolina, born about 1760. I finally took the Family Finder test, and notice that there are quite a few matches giving the Moore surname among their family collection of surnames. Hmm... It makes the name Moore at or near the top of the list of Charity's possible ancestors. I have a rare HVR11+HVR2 match with a Massachusetts clade. Did the Moores come down from Massachusetts in early colonial times?


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