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Re: REVOLUTIONARY WAR-ROCKINGHAM MEN
Posted by: Barbara Greger (ID *****5474) Date: August 21, 2003 at 09:23:52
In Reply to: Re: REVOLUTIONARY WAR-ROCKINGHAM MEN by Dennis McClure of 638

Dennis: You have given me a wealth of information on these Moody men! Private John Moody of Newmarket NH is no doubt a brother to James and possibly they are brothers of Private Clement Moody. I now have enough military information on these two men to send for NARA records and possibly it will solve the puzzle of their parentage.

The Capt. John Moody (of Gilmanton) mentioned in your records is no doubt the one who served under George Washington in New York for 3 months in 1776 (from notes I have gathered over the months). He was b 27 Jan 1739 Kingston NH; d 15 Sept 1829 (age 90) Gilmanton NH. He married (1)Abigail Swett; (2) Elizabeth Evans and possibly (3) Hannah Gilman. Capt. John's parents are supposedly David Moody and Mary Gilman.

Thank you once again. I'm very appreciative!
Barbara


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