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Re: Lets start a MYSTERY JOHN MOORE Club!
Posted by: Shelley Hallman (ID *****5243) Date: July 14, 2012 at 19:40:01
In Reply to: Re: Lets start a MYSTERY JOHN MOORE Club! by Kay Schmidt of 30982


I will save your info and search in my files to see if I can come up with anything for you.
Have you looked in the records for the counties they lived in ? And if so have you searched adjoining counties? BOundaries changed as did states in some instances. There are many records in Augusta CO, Virginia that were for Pennsylvania because when the borders were adjusted the records stayed put . I just found a bunch of Moore's in Lancaster County records that I feel should have been in Chester County records. So keep looking!
I had been working on a spread sheet of John Moores trying to determine who their fathers were and who they married and who the sons were. Got discouraged but think I will get back to it again. Will let you know if anyone seems to fit.


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