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"Old Tap" and his family : a history of Reverend Tapley Moody, Sr. : his descendants and relatives

written and composed by Avery Tapley Moody, Jr. [and] Elberta M. Wiles Moody
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Charleston, South Carolina : A.T. & E.W. Moody, c1983
iv, 295 p. : ill., coat of arms, ports.

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Bibliography: p. 295.

"Graves recorded in Bermuda Cemetery, Dillon County, South Carolina": p. 256-261.

Rev. Tapley "Old Tap" Moody, a Methodist preacher, was born ca. 1772, the son of Lt. Col. Robert Moody, a Revolutionary soldier, and his wife, Esther. He and his wife, Susannah Herring, had twelve children, 1800-1834. The family lived in Marion County, South Carolina. He died in 1843. Descendants live in South Carolina and elsewhere.

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