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From: "Max Smith" <>
Subject: Re: [GAGWINNE] Thompson Moore
Date: Tue, 19 Jun 2007 20:19:02 -0400
I have some information "I think", but will be the week-end before I can go
through my material. I did have this on the top of my desk which was
compiled about 40 years ago by an old aunt (now deceased) of my wife. This
is taken exactly as the aunt wrote it under the children of Thompson Moore.
"James Walker Moore b: 7/23/1789, P SC, Sherry Niehaus and Laura Layton
furnished information on this line. Buried in Liberty Hill Missionary
Baptist Cemetery. His grave was moved to the family plot (Russell B Moore
plot) in Auburn, Gwinnett, Georgia. The Liberty Hill MB Cemetery was also
known as 'Mooneyham-Moore-Harbin Cem.' He married Ann Moore." Also some of
your dates concerning Thompson doesn't agree with hers but who knows? Also
the Niehaus and Layton ladies mentioned above must have been of the lineage
of James Walker Moore to furnish the information. I would be interested in
sharing any information on this line of Moores with anyone.
Live simply, Love generously, Care deeply, Speak kindly, Leave the rest to
On Behalf Of John Moore
Sent: Tuesday, June 19, 2007 3:19 PM
Subject: [GAGWINNE] Thompson Moore
Looking for "hard" source that Thompson Moore (b. 1771 in Lunenburg, VA; d.
abt 1855 in Gwinnett, GA: married to ?Nancy? (b. abt 1772 in SC; d. abt 1851
in Gwinnett, GA; married abt 1790 in SC) is really the father of James
Walker Moore (b. 23 Jul 1789 in SC; d. 29 Jul 1856; married to Nancy Brown
(b. 5 Jun 1791 in GA; d. 15 Aug 1860 in Gwinnett, GA; ?married 1811 in SC?).
All info above from online (but unsourced) family trees. Will greatly
appreciate any information. John Robert...
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