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Moore, Weaver and Martin Families 1750's
Posted by: Susan Manolakos (ID *****6545) Date: May 15, 2003 at 15:55:16
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In the mid 1750's, a Robert Moore acquired a large tract of land (over 4,000 acres) along Cedar Creek and Crooked Run Creeks on the border of Brunswick and Lunenburg counties.

As Robert Moore Sr., of Lunenburg, he began selling off parcels in 1759. Several parcels were sold to a James Moore, a Valentine Moore and a William Moore,all of Brunswick County. There were later sales to a Robert Moore Jr.. He also sold 2 tracts on the same day, Feb 15, 1759 to a John Weaver of Brunswick, and to an Elizabeth Weaver of Brunswick.

I do not know who any of these people are, or whether there is a relationship among them. Was Elizabeth Weaver a Moore? Can anyone identify any of these people?


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