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Notes for Olive Jane Moore

1850 census 2nd District, VanBuren Co, TN page 370
William Moore, age 35, b. TN
Jane, age 35, b. TN
Lucinda, age 14, b. TN
John, age 12, b. TN
Olly Jane, age 11, b. TN
Joel, age 9, b. TN
Maryann, age 6, b. TN
Rachel, age 4, b. TN

1860 - ???

May 11, 1862 - Jane married Jasper McKey

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JASPER MC KEY Pedigree
Birth:
Christening:
Marriage: 11 MAY 1862 , Webster, Missouri
Death:
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Wife
JANE MORE Pedigree
Birth:
Christening:
Marriage: 11 MAY 1862 , Webster, Missouri
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Children
None

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Abstracts of Lawrence County, Mo., Circuit Court Documents, 1858-1869
copyright 1997, Judith Johnson Reustle; Internet edition Dec 2000
Bundles 139-201
191. State of Mo. vs Jasper MCKEE, grand larceny.
Affidavit: 21 Jan 1867; before James W. DAVIS, J.P. Green COPPLE (his mark) states Jasper McKee on 19 Jan 1867 stole 16 head of hogs the property of Barbara COPPLE.
Warrant: 21 Jan 1867; Jasper McKee; executed same day by P F CLARK, dept sheriff.
Subpoena: 23 Jan 1867; Joshua LINTHICUM Jacob GIST, Clark MCDONALD, Greene Copple, Barbara Copple, Susie COPPLE, Jane COPPLE, {and two names illegible; execution partially glued to other documents.}
Subpoena: 24 Jan 1867; George UNDERWOOD and John UNDERWOOD; executed 25 Jan 1867 by Joshua Linthicum, constable of Ozark township.
Subpoena: 25 Jan 1867; McSimmons Calvin SIMMONS and Leander MCDONALD; executed 25 Jan 1867.
Witness recognizance: 25 Jan 1867; Joshua Linthicum (his signature), Green Copple (his mark), George Underwood (his mark) and John Underwood (his mark); $50.
Commitment: 29 Jan 1867; "there being no jail in said county..." to Green {sic} County jail by James F. Gibson, sheriff: return states "...within named Jasper McKee who was confined in the jail of Green County Mo for safe keeping subject to order of the judge of the Lawrence Circuit Court, did on the night of the fifteenth of March 1867 break the custody of the said jail and jailor and made his escape and is still at large this May 4th 1867, J. A. PATTERSON, Shff.”
Bill of costs from Greene County totaling $33.75.
Transcript from justice: 22 Mar 1867; Defendant failed to give bond in amount of $1000 and committed to common jail of said county; bill of costs totaled $13.75.

1870 Mt. Vernon Twp., Lawrence Co., MO, pages 19 & 20
Household #126
Joseph Moore, age 26, b. TN, farmer
Nancy, age 25, b. TN, keeping house
Sarah J., age 7, b. MO
William, age 4, b. MO
Clementine, age 1, b. MO
Household #127
William Moore, age 55, b. TN, retired farmer
Jane, age 55. b. NC, keeping house
Martha, age 18, b. TN
Delia, age 14, b. MO
Jane McKey, age 30, b. TN, keeping house
Mary E. McKey, age 6, b. MO

1880 - ??

She is not one of the 4 surviving sisters in Joseph Moore's obit printed on Jan. 23, 1919