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Moore's of Smyth 1850-
Posted by: Karen Lovelace Fallin Date: February 16, 2002 at 07:01:59
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1850 census lists
JoAnn Moore 40 (head of household)
William S 20
John R 17
Sarah A 15
Eliza 3

1860 census lists
742/Joann Moore 56
Amanda Farris 24
Eliza J Moore 13
743/William S Moore 30
Isabella 26
Mary E 8
Levi 5
Malvina 2
Peleg Bishop 72
744/John Moore 25
Elizabeth 22
Mary M 5
John W 2
Coffin Brroks 23(laborer)

Can anyone connect up these Moore's? Would like to compare and share pictures and information.
William Sidney Moore married Isabella Bishop and her father is living with them in the 1860 census. William Sidney Moore went by the name of Nick Moore according to Levi. William Sidney Moore and brother John R. Moore both died in battle during the civil war.
Their son, Levi Morgan Moore continued to live in Smyth. Levi married Mattie Alice Vernon April 22,1880 and raised a family of 13 children. Levi and Alice's second child,Nannie Fleming Moore Lovelace is my grandmother. Nannie married Thomas Louis Lovelace on December 25,1901 in Smyth and they raised a family of 8 children.


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