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The Moodys and related families

compiled and edited by Mary C. Moody and Virgil B. Moody
Moody, Mary C. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Arlington, Texas : M.C. Moody, c1979
184 p. : ill., ports.

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Includes index.

Includes Rushing and Wayland families.

This book deals with families descended from Roger Moody, who lived in the area now comprised by Marion and Dillon Counties, South Carolina. Roger Moody (b. ca. 1785) married Nancy Turbeville (b. ca. 1795) in 1813; they had seven children. In 1834, the family migrated to Covington County, Alabama. Most of the descendants of Roger and Nancy Moody have lived in Alabama, Mississippi, or Texas. The compilers also identify and treat briefly Moody families living elsewhere in the United States and not related to Roger.

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