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  Unknown Moor probably died in the state of South Carolina.

He and his unknown wife had the following children:

1.  Teenan Moor was born about 1772 in the state of South Carolina and died after 1850, probably in Claiborne Co., MS.  He married Margaret Bowen   on 15 June 1797 in Guilford Co., NC

2.  Robert Moor was born in South Carolina and died in 1817 in Claiborne Co., MS.  He married 1)Unknown before 1796 and 2) Jemima Lym or Lum on 09 December 1807 in Claiborne Co., MS.

3.  William Moor died before 28 February 1804 in Claiborne Co., MS

4.  Parsons Moor died 21 February 1815 in Camp Naur, New Orleans, LA

5.  Margaret? Moor

  Teenan Moor/Moore was born about 1772 in the state of South Carolina, and died after 1850, probably in Claiborne Co., MS.  He married Margaret Bowen 15 June, 1797 in Guilford Co., NC.

Child of Teenan Moor/Moore and Margaret Bowen is:

1. Thomas Moore, born 06 October, 1799 in State of Tennessee; died 30 June, 1875 in Panola Co., MS.

(NOTE:  There were other children born to Teenan according to census.)

  Thomas Moore was born 06 October, 1799 in State of Tennessee, and died 30 June, 1875 in Panola Co., MS. He married (1) Permelia Quinn or Guinn 08 September, 1825 in Claiborne Co., MS. He married (2) Jane Cooper 09 March, 1836 in Claiborne Co., MS. He married (3) Lydia Margaret Thetford 23 October, 1845 in Copiah Co., MS, daughter of Gabriel Thetford and Elizabeth Will(s).

Thomas Moore:             Lydia Margaret Thetford Moore:

              

Children of Thomas Moore and Permelia Guinn are:

1. Caroline Moore, born September 1827 in Claiborne Co., MS; died 10 July, 1839 in Claiborne Co., MS.

2. Elizabeth Moore, born 18 September, 1829 in Claiborne Co., MS. She married John Terrell Higdon 05 July, 1847 in Claiborne Co., MS.

3. Ruth Moore, born 07 May, 1832 in Claiborne Co., MS; died 20 May, 1834 in Claiborne Co., MS.

4. John Quinn or Guinn Moore, born 15 February, 1835 in Claiborne Co., MS. He married Sarah Jane Smith 03 February, 1870 in Claiborne Co., MS.

Children of Thomas Moore and Jane Cooper are:

1. Margaret Emily Moore, born 24 January, 1837 in Claiborne Co., MS. She married Noah H. Martin 17 December, 1854 in Claiborne Co., MS.

2. Permelia Jane Moore, born 21 October, 1839 in Claiborne Co., MS; died 27 September, 1870. She married David Burns Turnipseed 24 April, 1856 in Claiborne Co., MS.

3. Malinda Ann Moore, born 10 March, 1841 in Claiborne Co., MS. She married Henry Harrison Gowins 22 March, 1860 in Claiborne Co., MS.

Children of Thomas Moore and Lydia Thetford are:

1. Thomas Moore II, born 11 December, 1846 in Claiborne Co., MS; died 11 December, 1854 in Claiborne Co., MS.

2. Alice C. Moore, born 24 December, 1847 in Claiborne Co., MS. She married J.G. Sessions 27 November, 1867 in Copiah Co., MS.

3. Laura Stiles Moore, born 19 June, 1849 in Claiborne Co., MS; died 26 July, 1871 in Beaureguard, Copiah Co., MS. She married Jas. (James) E. Weymouth 16 July, 1868 in Copiah Co., MS.

Laura Stiles Moore:

4. Rozella G. Moore, born 15 June, 1851 in Claiborne Co., MS; died 27 December, 1929 in Panola Co., MS. She married Columbus S. Graves 18 July, 1871 in Copiah Co., MS.

5. Thomas Allen Moore, born 03 July, 1855 in Claiborne Co., MS; died 03 August, 1856 in Claiborne Co., MS.

6. Cora Ragsdale Moore, born 27 July, 1857 in Claiborne Co., MS; died 23 August, 1864 in Claiborne Co., MS.

7. Gabriel Moore, born 02 January, 1861 in Claiborne Co., MS; died 24 October, 1931 in Batesville, Panola Co., MS. He married (1) Margaret A. Maggie Waldrup 11 December, 1879 in Panola Co., MS (Probable). He married (2) Lucy Cornelia Bell 21 March, 1920 in Batesville, Panola Co., MS.

Gabriel Moore:

 

Other Moore Daughters:

 

Thomas Moore's Will

Will of Thomas Moore, Deceased, Page 171, #1212; Sardis Courthouse, Panola Co., MS

In the name of God, Amen! I, Thomas Moore, of the County of Panola and the State of Mississippi, being frail and feeble in body, but of a sound and disposing mind, do this day June the 12th 1875, make this my last will and testament, to-wit:

Item first. I will and bequeath unto my wife Lydia Margaret Moore my plantation on which I now reside in the County and State aforesaid, together with all personal property, household fixtures, and my interest in the growing crops of the same, and known and designated as a part of the South East quarter of Section thirty, Town nine, Range seven West; also all that fraction of the South West quarter of Section twenty nine, in Township nine, Range seven West, containing one hundred and ninety acres more or less, for her use and benefit during her natural life, and at her death, the same is to revert to our son, Gabriel Moore, whom we make our heir to the same.

Item 2d I will and bequeath to my son Gabriel Moore, for his own immediate use and benefit, my gold watch, and the bay horse, two years old, and hereby confirm to him all the remainder of realty in the town of Beaureguard and the County of Copiah, State of Mississippi which lots are due to him in his own name and on the record of said County.

Item 3d I hereby appoint as administrator of this my last will and testament George W. Thedford, and confirm to him the Deed of Conveyance executed to him for the purposes therein stated and bearing this date of June 12th, A.D. 1875, and hereby again vest in him & his heirs (?) a fee simple title in and to the said Lot No. (?) and Block No. 11 of the town of Beaureguard and County of Copiah and State of Mississippi.

Item 4th To my elder children, Elizabeth Higdon and John Higdon her husband, Jno. G. Moore, Margaret Emily Martin, Jane Turnipseed, heirs Malinda Ann Gowen, Alice Sessions and Rosetta*Graves, all my beloved children to whom I have given and granted such facilities for life and education as I have best been able to do from time and such property interest as has been given to them from time, I hereby confirm all such gifts to them of whatsoever kind they may have been.

Thomas Moore {SEAL}

Signed, sealed and delivered this the day and date above written in presence of

Witness

H. Moseley, Samuel D. Johns, Mat M. Wells, J.A. Blair

Filed by G. W. Thedford and admitted to record August 5th 1875.

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