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Re: James Franklin and Mary Emeline Moore
Posted by: Joan E. Rambo (ID *****8863) Date: August 25, 2005 at 09:44:37
In Reply to: James Franklin and Mary Emeline Moore by Wanda Cox of 65444

Hi Wanda, me again. You didn't include any dates, or approximate dates, in your query. Moore is pretty common, almost 10,000 on the 1930 census index for TX. Anything you could add to help narrow down the search would be good. If you don't have "anything" on James or Mary, how about when and where some of those children were born?

The only location you mention is where one son, Jim Claudin, was living - Mineral Wells. That's Palo Pinto Co, TX. Here is a handy dandy site to locate county for TX towns/cities:

http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/tx/cities.htm

On an off chance I checked for a Jim Moore in Palo Pinto Co, TX 1930 census. Without dates from you I don't know if this is even close:

Moore, James, h, 54 md @ 24 yrs of age, b TX, AR, TN
" Fannie, w, 50, md @ 20 yrs of age, b TX, MS, MS
" Frank, s, 23, sgl, b TX
" Bessie M., d, 21, sgl, b TX
" Claud, s, 17, b TX
Webb, _____, boarder, 13, b TX (some of this information had been written over, hard to read on this "boarder")

Happy Hunting (^_^)



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