Re: John Sanger Moore
- The website is www history of feather falls dot webs dot com
I will post some of what I have to the website here once I figure out how to.
Or you can contact me directly at wlslack at hot mail
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, cheryl rhoden <rhodenccc@...> wrote:
> Hi ,,, Could you resend that www ,, address for your website? It is broken up inÂ your below.Â Â My cousins and I have done a lot of research on the multitudes of John Moores in Pitt Co. I don't know if our research will help you or not ,, But, maybe it willÂ help you with a process of elimination.
> best, cheryl o7o
> From: wllm_slack <wlslack@...>
> To: email@example.com
> Sent: Thu, February 4, 2010 3:43:29 PM
> Subject: [genpcncfir] Re: John Sanger Moore
> Thanks for the information. I do believe that the John Moore in Pitt North Carolina is the same John Moore who founded Mooretown here in California during the gold rush.
> I would really like to find descendents who might have pictures or more information on him. I have some information posted on a website.
> It's www.historyoffeathe rfalls.webs. com
> --- In genpcncfir@yahoogro ups.com, "Bill Kittrell" <wbk99@> wrote:
> > I have Edmond Davenport and Lydia Rollins Davenport as
> > parents. I noted in the census that a Lydia Davenport is shown.
> > Must be her mother.
> > Here is note someone gave me about Edmond, but do not
> > know how true it is.
> > NOTE: He moved to TN about 1810-1814. The earliest reference
> > I have to Edmond where he is mentioned by name is the
> > 1800 cenus of Pitt county, NC I have been unable to find him
> > listed in the 1810 census. He is listed in the 1820 census in
> > Wilson County, TN and again in the 1830 census in the same
> > county. He became a land owner in the 1820 in the Sanders Fork
> > area of Wilson County, TN. In 1835 he sold land in Wilson County
> > and moved to Warren County, TN. He is listed in the tax records
> > for Warren County in 1836. He is not listed in the 1840 census
> > but there are two old males in his son Reuben's household. He is
> > probably one of them. He is not listed in the 1850 census and likely
> > died before 1850.
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