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Jeremiah Moore, 1746-1815

William Cabell Moore

Jeremiah Moore, 1746-1815

by William Cabell Moore

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Published by C. W. Saunders, printers in Richmond .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Virginia.
    • Subjects:
    • Moore, Jeremiah, 1746-1815.,
    • Baptists -- Virginia.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby William Cabell Moore.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBX6495.M57 M6
      The Physical Object
      Pagination10 p.
      Number of Pages10
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6288515M
      LC Control Number33010365
      OCLC/WorldCa5060850

      View All Result. BIBLIOGRAPHY   The Account Book of Joshua Mason of Carteret County, NC. Revolutionary War Claims: Abstracts from the Delamar Transcripts (3 parts). Abstracts of Court Minutes, Pleas & Quarter Sessions, Chatham County, NC May May (3 parts). Graves of Clarks from Moore County, NC in Buena Vista, MS. Migration as Shown in Powers of Attorney (3 parts).

      2. The Jeremiah (number placed here by L. Burnett) from Wayne County KY Ancestor number A bn ante died post 2 Sep Wayne County KY. Comments Data shows service by multiple men of this name in Henry County and it is in the correction file. This information can be Burr, Aaron, Detailed View Revision History Sources. Export. JSON EAC-CPF XML://w6nx07m0.

        Charleston Deed Book W-5, pp. "Lease & Release. 29 & 30 December Robert Duke of Craven County, Parish of St. Marks, planter, to Henry Miley of same, for pounds, tract granted to said Robert Duke May , recorded in Book QQQ, page , acres on south side of the Wateree river on Twenty five mile   Hannah GREEN (5 May - 2 Apr ) Joanna GREEN (abt - 17 Mar ) Jeremiah GREEN Jr. (15 Feb - 30 Dec ) John GREEN (3 Feb - 21 Nov ) Isaac GREEN Stephen GREEN Enoch GREEN. Jeremiah was still in the Trenton area in , when he was listed on the census. Attempts to tie him to land in that area have proven in


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Jeremiah Moore, 1746-1815 by William Cabell Moore Download PDF EPUB FB2

Moore-Hunter Family Cemetery, Moore-Hunter Family Cemetery, Block, Tapawingo Road, SW, Vienna, Virginia. "MOORE FAMILY CEMETERY Within this enclosure are buried the Rev. Jeremiah Moore / (); his wife, Lydia Renno Moore (); and /   JEREMIAH MOORE, By William Cabell Moore Jeremiah Moore, the noted Baptist minister and evangelist, according to his sons Francisl and 2 and Amm1shaddai,3 was born in Prince William County, Virginia, on June 7,and died at his home, "Moorefield," near Vienna in Fairfax County, Virginia, on Febru   Jeremiah Moore RC (DLC); torn; endorsed by TJ as received 21 July and probably the letter recorded in SJL as that of 9 July.

Born in Prince William County, Virginia, Jeremiah Moore (–) gave up his office as a lay reader in the Episcopal Church and became Jeremiah Moore Baptist itinerant preacher in the early :// Jeremiah Rev Moore b. 7 Jun Dumphries, Prince William County, Virginia d. 23 Feb Moorefield, Vienna, Fairfax County, Virginia: Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties?personID=I&tree=tree1.

Moorefield in Fairfax County was the home of Jeremiah Moore (), a pioneer Baptist preacher and reformer who was an early advocate of religious freedom and of the separation of church and state in Virginia.

Moore was known to Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, George Mason, and Patrick Henry, and he encouraged their active support of [ ] › DHR Home › Historic Registers › "Virginia's Lost" Delisted Landmarks. A few months later, on 23 FebruaryJeremiah Moore died, He is buried here on the grounds of his home, Moorefield.

With him is buried his wife, Lydia Reno, daughter of Francis Reno, whom he wed on 1 November Jeremiah Moore was a man of strong convictions and unusual There are two inscribed stones and an unknown number of unmarked burials present.

A bronze plaque was once affixed to the wall, but had disappeared prior to The plaque read: "WITHIN THIS ENCLOSURE ARE BURIED/THE REV. JEREMIAH MOORE ()/AND HIS WIFE/LYDIA RENO MOORE ()/AND SOME OF/THEIR CHILDREN AND GRANDCHILDREN"?number=FX   It simply states that his parentage was "uncertain but possibly William & Angelina (French) Moore." This second document says the information about Jeremiah Moore was compiled from 'Jeremiah Moore ' by William Cabell Moore, and 'History of the Moore Family' by Nicholas Moore, & updates tounk.

:// The children of (presumably) William and ____ Moore were: 1. Jesse, born circamarried (probably) Mary (aka Molly) Milton and presumably died circa 2. Jeremiah, born 7 June Dumfries, Prince William Co VA, married Lydia Reno on 01 Nov in Prince William Co VA, died in Fairfax Co VA between 1 Aug (will written) and 20 Mar (will probated), buried Moorefield ~mooreorless/genealogy/ oWilliam P.

Moore oNancy Moore oMary Moore &George R. Thompson ca oSamuel Thompson Moore oWilliam P. Moore & Lucinda Burgess Miller oJulia Ann Moore & James R. McKinster oJoseph Davidson Moore & Nancy Thompson oCornelius B. Moore ?lang=en&m=N&v=MOORE. Nahum Curtis was born 7 July in New Salem, Franklin County, Massachusetts, United States to Moses Curtis () and Mary Meacham () and died 9 March in Nauvoo, Hancock County, Illinois, United States of unspecified causes.

He married Millicent Waite () 29 October in New Salem, Franklin County, Massachusetts. He married Delia Deliverance Byam ().

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(22) John King dismissed from complaint Peter Sholl--John not being a legal ://~chalkley/volume_1/or01_htm. Thomas Moore was named as guardian of Elijah Stone, son of daughter Priscilla, and Philip Borough Moore in a guardianship bond dated 9 Nov in Mecklenburg County.

A Thomas Moore is listed as a head of family in the first U.S. census taken in ; on Jesse Sanders list in Mecklenburg County, Virginia. Six whites and five blacks :// Jeremiah was one of the younger sons of William Green of the Trenton, New Jersey area, whose story is in Volume I.

AboutJeremiah married Hannah, who probably was a Hunt and about ten years later joined the large migration along the 'Great Wagon Road" though Shenandoah Valley, and into North Carolina, drawn by the promise of large amounts of good land at reasonable :// Rachel Virginia Wildman Moore, "Find A Grave Index" SPOUSES AND CHILDREN.

Jacob Jeremiah Moore. Marriage: of London, Va. Rachel Virginia Wildman. Children (9) Jeremiah Moore Andrew Moore. William Moore. Martin W Moore. Solomon Moore. PARENTS AND SIBLINGS. Jacob   Contains minutes of meetings and settlements with preachers,and an account book for general merchandise, Folder 8 Volume 2: Minutes and account book of the Camden, North Carolina Circuit Methodist Church, #, Subseries: "   Revolutionary War Pioneer Ancestors.

Revolutionary War Pioneer Ancestors (Laurel Messenger, February, p.3) (Unless otherwise stated, service in Revolutionary War index may be found in Penn. Archives series 6 volume 15 at page number :// Bill of Sale -Slave. Description: Date: Size: Submitter: Briant, William to Thomas Ward: Mar kb: Cathy Farris: Gillam, Thomas Dec.

Jane Hadley, b MayChatham co, NC d. prob. Morgan co,IN marr: 15 AprChatham co,NC William Pounds; Notes-Genealogical records from Cane Creek MM,NC-Mentioned in the will of his grandfather Simon Hadley in Cane Creek MM, Orange co,NC on 2 May Jeremiah Discover life events, stories and photos about Jeremiah W.

Walker () of of Green Co., ://  Fiduciary Bonds, - Bondholder Type of Bond Decedent Securities Date Book Page Jackson, Spencer Administrator Shelly, John Thomas Moss 10/16/ Jackson, William Administrator Jackson, Robert John Millan, Jeremiah Cockerill 03/20/ 99 Jacobs, Thomas Executor Hineman, Jacob John Zimmerman 01/15/ Janney, Joseph Executor Janney, John [blank] 07/22/ FBB /documents/pdf/hrc/fiduciary-bond-bookpdf.