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Re: [MOREFIELDHOMEPLACE] Obit from Winston-Salem, NC Journal - Feb 19 2009

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  • Patricia Seaver
    John Vinson/Vincent Moorefield was the son of Percy Marion Moorefield and Carrie Minerva Hill, m. 3 apr 1920 Stokes Co. NC Percy Marion Moorefield 25 oct
    Message 1 of 2 , Feb 19, 2009
      John Vinson/Vincent Moorefield was the son of Percy Marion Moorefield
      and Carrie Minerva Hill, m. 3 apr 1920 Stokes Co. NC
      Percy Marion Moorefield 25 oct 1895-22 feb 1982, s/o John Morefield
      and Susan Frances Priddy, m. 7 mar 1873 Stokes Co.
      John Moorefield 15 nov 1849-12 jan 1941 s/o Henderson Moorefield and
      Paulina Ashley m. 3 jan 1849 Stokes Co, NC
      Henderson Moorefield @1825-1900 s/o Allen Morefield and Martha/Patsy
      Harris m. 16 mar 1825 Patrick Co, VA
      Allen Morefield b. @1802 Halifax Co, VA d. aft 1880 Hawkins Co, TN s/
      o William Morefield & Rebecca Stevens m. 24 jun 1801 Halifax Co, VA
      William Morefield b. @1775 Halifax Co, VA d. @1829 Patrick Co, VA s/o
      John Morefield, Sr. of Halifax Co, VA

      Sandy (Harris) Hart and I have been working on the ancestry of Martha/
      Patsy (Harris) Morefield, who married Allen Morefield and Joseph
      Harris, brother of Martha/Patsy Harris Morefield and husband of Allen
      Morefield's sister, Nancy. Anyone in this line who would like
      information, let us know. We have Joseph and Martha's parents and

      Pat (Moorefield) Seaver

      On Feb 19, 2009, at 2:08 PM, boisejo wrote:

      > MOOREFIELD GERMANTON - John Vinson "Benjy" and "Papa" Moorefield, 70,
      > fought a courageous seven year battle with cancer and then went to be
      > home with our Lord on February 17, 2009. He was born in Stokes County
      > on February 27, 1938, to Percy and Carrie Moorefield. Mr. Moorefield
      > was a member of Germanton Baptist Church and was retired from R. J.
      > Reynolds Tobacco Co. after 30 years of service. He was a master
      > craftsman who made grandfather clocks worthy of being in the White
      > House. Mr. Moorefield was a veteran of the U.S. Army who was
      > instrumental in preventing North and South Korea from going into war.
      > He was preceded in death by his parents; and two brothers, Boyd
      > Moorefield and Talmadge "Toby" Moorefield. He is survived by his
      > loving wife of 32 years, Dale Jarvis Moorefield; his two daughters,
      > Tina Lewis and husband, Ray and Gina Allen and husband, Bryan; two
      > beloved grandchildren, Dylan Allen and Caleb Allen; grand-dog Zoe;
      > two sisters, Margaret Moorefield and Linda McCoy and husband, Thomas;
      > two sisters-in-law, Faye Moorefield and Jeanette Moorefield, six
      > nieces and nephews, Janet, Darrell, Jeffrey, Joel, Kristen and
      > Suzanne. A funeral service for Mr. Moorefield will be held on
      > Saturday, February 21, at 11:00 a.m. at Germanton Baptist Church with
      > the Rev. Dennis Collins officiating. Interment will follow in the
      > church cemetery. The family will receive friends on Friday, February
      > 20, from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. at the Frank Vogler & Sons
      > Reynolda Road Chapel. The family would like to express their special
      > thanks to Dr. Eugene Paschold, Greg Robins, PA and Paula Norman, RN.
      > Special thanks to the entire 9th floor Oncology Unit at Forsyth
      > Medical Center for the loving care our Papa received while he was
      > there. We would like to especially thank the following angels for
      > soothing our hearts and making Papa' s journey to Heaven more
      > comfortable: Melanie Holler, RN, Amy Tolbert, RN, Jill Fender, RN,
      > Jana Smith, RN, Amy Matthews, CNA, and Chaplain Randy.
      > Published in the Winston-Salem Journal from 2/19/2009 - 2/20/2009

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