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James & John MOODY of the 1790 Orangeburgh Co., SC census - Who were they?
Posted by: melissa1 (ID *****3873) Date: December 22, 2007 at 16:57:55
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Does anyone know who the James MOODY and John MOODY (living a few pages apart) were in the 1790 ? (unk. town), Orangeburgh (as it was spelled on the 1790 census) Co., SC census?
I think some of them or perhaps John may have gone to AL and married into another family who was also from the Orangeburgh Co., SC area at least I found their names in the same census with James & John MOODY.
James Moody is listed as having 3-1-5 and 5 slaves.

John Moody has 1-1-0 and no slaves, but nearby neighbors are Thomas and John SANDERS a name which intermarried with our Ydna Moody's.
I'm trying to see if these early Moody's may have been Ulster-Scot immigrants from Nor. Ireland as most of our Ydna Moody's were and I understand that a lot of them came to SC.
Thank you for any help at all.

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