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Descendants of John Moore, Revolutionary War Veteran, Floyd County, Kentucky : the Moore book, an account of John Moore (1758-1836) birth, Orange County, North Carolina; Revolution residence, Surry County, North Carolina; marriage, Rockingham County, North Carolina; deceased, Floyd County, Kentucky and his descendants Floyd County, Kentucky; Scott and Wise counties, Virginia

by Cheryl Moore McCloskey
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Villa Hills, Kentucky : C.M. McCloskey, c1996
xv, 756 p. : ill.

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Supplement includes the descendants of Lydia Elizabeth Sarah Moore (1823-1875). She married Calvin Goodman, son of Obediah Goodman and Aletha Richardson, in 1839 in Floyd County, Kentucky. They had seven children.

Includes index.

Includes Allen, Bentley, Blankenship, Bocook, Brown, Campbell, Castle, Caudill, Chaney, Collins, Combs, Conley, Daugherty, Dotson, Felty, Frasure, Frazier, Gayheart, Gibson, Goodman, Hale, Hall, Hatfield, Hicks, Howard, Hughes, Johnson, Lambert, Lawson, Little, Martin, McGuire, Meade, Mosley, Mullins, Newsom, Osborne, Pack, Prater, Reed, Sansom, Shepherd, Slone, Stumbo, Suttles, Tackett, Terry, Wells, Wicker, Williams and related families.

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