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Submitted by: Judy Bennett 


NOTES:
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Index of Surnames


Descendants of
William(I) and Susannah [__?__] Moore

1. William1 MOORE (I) [3039], died bef 9 Jun 1785 He married  Susannah (---) [1313].

Notes for William MOORE (I)
 CHRONOLOGY:

 **??[Father or Son?] SC Colonial Soldiers and Patriots, Leonardo Andrea, R.L. Bryan Co, Columbia, SC, 1952: William Moore 4 (Served in the Cherokee War under Col. Richard Richardson whose men were mainly from Camden District of Craven Co and some men from the western area of Williamsburg Co.

 **??Genealogical Abstracts from the SC Gazette 1732-1735, Alton T. Moran, Heritage Books, 1987: To be sold a plantation containing 1,000 acres, formerly belonging to William Moore, deceased on Black River, Winneau having 200 head of cattle, 30 horses, etc. Inquire of Samuel Eveleigh in Charlestown or John Wallis at Winneau.

 **South Carolina Deed Abstracts 1719-1772, Vol IV, 1767-1773, Books I-3 -- E-4, Clara A. Langley, p 59:  Book M-3, p 219, 4 Jan 1769 L & R:  William (his mark) Moore (More) to Josiah Cantey both of Craven Co for 300 pounds currency 350 a. part of 550 a. on N. Lynch's Creek, Craven Co granted 7 May 1762... 550 a. ....

 **South Carolina Deed Abstracts 1719-1772, Vol IV, 1767-1773, Books I-3 -- E-4, Clara A. Langley, p 158:  Book S-3, pp 127-133, 31 May and 1 Jun 1769:  James Dezell of Granville Co to John Wardlaw of Colleton Co for 5 pounds currence 100 a. on Parks Creek a branch of Long Cane Creek, bounding NW on Henry Sharp, other vacant... Wit: James Reed, Joseph Wardlaw, William Moore.  Before Patrick Calhoun, J.P. on 25 Jul 1769...

 **South Carolina Deed Abstracts 1719-1772, Vol IV, 1767-1773, Books I-3 -- E-4, Clara A. Langley, p 334: Book E-4, pp 429-437,19 & 20 July 1773, L & R: James Simpson, Esq. of Charleston, to Julius Nichols, planter, of Ninety Six, for (pounds) 412:10:0 currency, 300 a. on Corn Acre Creek, in James Simpson's large survey, bounding NE on Julius Nichols; all other sides on James Simpson.  Witnesses: James Cletherall, Thomas Gibbons, William Moore. Before James Trail, J.P. Recorded 21 Aug 1773.

 **South Carolina Deed Abstracts 1719-1772, Vol IV, 1767-1773, Books I-3 -- E-4, Clara A. Langley, p 335: Book E-4, pp 443-447, 19 & 20 July 1773, L&R: James Simpson, Esq., of Charleston, to William Moore, planter, of Ninety Six, for (pounds) 412:10:0 currency, 300 a. in Colleton Co., on Saludy River, being a part of James Simpson's large survey, bounding NW & SW on William Moore; all other sides on vacant land.  Witnesses: James Cletherall, Thomas Gibbons.  Before James Trail, J.P. Recorded 23 Aug 1773.

 **South Carolina Deed Abstracts 1719-1772, Vol IV, 1767-1773, Books I-3 -- E-4, Clara A. Langley, p 335: Book E-4, pp 447-452, 19 & 20 July 1773, L & R: James Simpson, Esq., of Charleston to William Moore, planter, of Ninety Six, for (pounds) 412:10:0 currency, 300 a. on Cornaker Creek, in Colleton Co., part of James Simpson's large survey, bounding on all sides on James Simpson. Witnesses: James Cletherall, Thomas Gibbons.  Before James Trail, J.P.

 **South Carolina Deed Abstracts 1719-1772, Vol IV, 1767-1773, Books I-3 -- E-4, Clara A. Langley, p 335: Book E-4, pp. 453-456, 19 & 20 July 1773, L & R: James Simpson, Esq., of Charleston, to William Moore, planter, of Ninety Six, for (pounds) 203:10:0 currency, 148 a. in James Simpson's large survey, on Saludy River, bounding NW on John Heard; NE on William Moore; other sides on James Simpson.  Witnesses: James Cletherall, Thomas Gibbons.  Before James Trail, J.P. Recorded 24 Aug 1773.

 **Greenwood County: A History, Ann Herd Bowen, 1992, p 342: pre-Revolutionary period have been identified: Robert Goudy, William Moore, John Savage and Wm Hagood.

 **The SC Magazine of Ancestral Research, Vol 5 #4 1977: List of Prisoners, Ninety Six Jail, 1779: ???William Moore, sheriff of the Ninety Six District, filed a list of these prisoners with the SC government sometime prior to 1784.  This list is compiled from the Audited Account of William Moore (5335), Accounts Audited of Claims growing out of the Revolution in SC.

 **???Abstract of Moore Records of SC, 1694-1865, Janie Revill, The State Co, Columbia, p 6: William Moore appointed Sheriff of Ninety-Six Dist. by Gov. John Rutledge, Feb 11, 1779.

 **??Abstract of Moore Records of SC, 1694-1865, Janie Revill, The State Co, Columbia, p 6:  ???William Moore - Will dated Mar.25, 1783 - wife Ann; Sons, John Edward, Thomas, Moses, Aaron; daughters, Phoebe, Peggy, Edith; daughter-in-law, Susannah Moore, "and her son John" - (land on Broad River); legacy to Wm. Malone. (3 sons and 3 daughters minors) Exors. wife and Wm. Wright. Wit: Nathaniel Abney; Thos. Childres, David Childres.  Prov. June 7, 1783.

 **The History of Newberry County, SC, Vol I 1749-1860, Thomas H. Pope, p 51: [is this father or son?] In 1782, the general assembly was convened at Jacksonborough by Governor John Rutledge.  Laws were passed for punishing conspicuous Tories by confiscating their estates and banishing them from the state. (Statutes IV, 516) Among those from Newberry Couny (and the Dutch Fork) whose lands were confiscated were General Robert Cunningham, Captain George Dawkins, Jr., Colonel Moses Kirkland, Benjamin Gregory, Jacob Valk and Henry O'Neall.  William Moore, Esquire, as Commissioner, sold many tracts of land at public auction at Ninety Six on July 8, 1783, and December 8, 1783. (Copy of advertisement dated May 6, 1783, South Caroliniana Library. Confiscated Estates File, S.C. Archives.)

 **Abstract of Moore Records of SC, 1694-1865, Janie Revill, The State Co, Columbia, p 40: Union Records:  Deed Book B, pg 33, shows "Susannah Moore and Nancy Gassaway, Executrix. will of William Moore" deed dated 1785.  Shows Nancy Gassaway the wife of Caleb Gassaway; land sold situated on South side Broad River, Ninety-Six Dist., originally granted to John Clark in 1753, by NC patent.

 **Some SC County Records, Vol 2, Caleb, p 486: Union Co, SC Deed Book A, p 33-34: 6-9-1785, Caleb Gassaway, Nancy Gassaway, his wife, Executrix of Wm Moore, deceased and Susannah Moore, of 96 Dist., SC to Benjamin Johnson, same state and dist., for 2000 pds sterling, a tract containing 400 acs on south side of Broad River, part of a larger tract of 1000 acs granted by NC patent to John Clark on 9/3/1753.  Wit: Wm Farr, Charles Johnson, Mary Taylor, Josias Wood.  Signed by Caleb Gassaway, Ann Gassaway, Susannah Moore.  No recording date.

 **Some SC County Records, Vol 2, Caleb, p 486: Union Co, SC Deed Book A, p 30-32, 8/23/1785, Francis Possey, 96 Dist., SC to Caleb Gassaway, 96 Dist for 175 pds current money, 100 acs on south side of Broad River, lower Fish Dam Creek, sd land granted to Isaac Simonson by Wm Bull, Lt. Gov. of SC on 6/5/1770. Bound by lands granted to John Clark by a NC grant. Wit: Wm Farr, Benj Hollingsworth. No recording date.

 **??? From GA Gen Mag, Summer 1971 and Some SC County Records, Vol 2, p 486:
Union County, SC - Deed Book A: [Union Co was part of Ninety-Six District from 1785-1791; 96 Dist was formed in 1769, after the NC patent] Pg 33-34, Dated 6/9/1785, Caleb Gassaway, Nancy Gassaway, his wife, Executrix of William Moore, deceased, and Susannah Moore of 96 Dist., SC. to Benjamin
Johnson, same state and dist., for 2000 pds sterling, a tract containing 400
acs. on south side of Broad River, part of a larger tract of 1000 acs. granted by N.C. patent to John Clark on 9/3/1753. Wit:  Wm Farr, Charles Johnson, Mary Taylor, Jossias Wood.  Signed by Caleb Gassaway, Ann Gassaway (Nancy?), and Susannah Moore.  No recording date.

 **Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1: [James' brother William was still alive in 1789; so, maybe, this is the father
of James] Deed Book 12; pg 345-348.  31 Dec 1789:  Isham Green & Mary his wife to Thomas Edwards...Said land adj. NW on Isham Green & the Charleston Road & Joel Libscomb; SW by Joel Lipscomb, NW by Jacob Smith & Frederick Glover; NE James Moore & William Moore, dec'd. & Ninety Six Creek...

 **Edgefield Co SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol I, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc. 1985.  Deed Book 11: 1794-1795, p 345-348. 31 Dec 1789: Isham Green & Mary his wife to Thomas Edwards... Said land adj. NW on Isham Green & the Charleston Road & Joel Lipscomb, NW by Jacob Smith & Frederick Glover; NE James Moore & William Moore, dec'd. & Ninety Six Creek...

 **???Abstract of Moore Records of SC, 1695-1865, Janie Revill, The State Co, Columbia, p 31: Laurens Records: Deed 1808 - John Moore to James Boyce - 50 acres South fork of Duncans Creek, dower by Susanna Moore. (This land near the Union Dist. line.)

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 **??[Father or Son?] SC Colonial Soldiers and Patriots, Leonardo Andrea, R.L. Bryan Co, Columbia, SC, 1952: William Moore 4 (Served in the Cherokee War under Col. Richard Richardson whose men were mainly from Camden District of Craven Co and some men from the western area of Williamsburg Co.

 **??Genealogical Abstracts from the SC Gazette 1732-1735, Alton T. Moran, Heritage Books, 1987: To be sold a plantation containing 1,000 acres, formerly belonging to William Moore, deceased on Black River, Winneau having 200 head of cattle, 30 horses, etc. Inquire of Samuel Eveleigh in Charlestown or John Wallis at Winneau.  [Where is Winneau & the Black River?]

 **South Carolina Deed Abstracts 1719-1772, Vol IV, 1767-1773, Books I-3 -- E-4, Clara A. Langley, p 59:  Book M-3, p 219, 4 Jan 1769 L & R:  William (his mark) Moore (More) to Josiah Cantey both of Craven Co for 300 pounds currency 350 a. part of 550 a. on N. Lynch's Creek, Craven Co granted 7 May 1762... 550 a. .... [where is Lynch's Creek?]

 ???Abstract of Moore Records of SC, 1695-1865, Janie Revill, The State Co, Columbia, p 31: Laurens Records: Deed 1808 - John Moore to James Boyce - 50 acres South fork of Duncans Creek, dower by Susanna Moore. (This land near the Union Dist. line.)

 **???Abstract of Moore Records of SC, 1695-1865, Janie Revill, The State Co, Columbia, p 31: Laurens Records: Deed 1808 - John Moore to James Boyce - 50 acres South fork of Duncans Creek, dower by Susanna Moore. (This land near the Union Dist. line.)

More notes for William Moore

Notes for Susannah (---)
 ******Susannah MOORE, mother of James Moore

 Children of William MOORE (I) and Susannah (---) were as follows:
+ 2 i James2 MOORE [1222], born abt 1735; died aft 12 Jan 1782 in , SC.  He married Rebecca Anne DAVIS [1223].
 3 ii William2 MOORE (II) [2455], died bef 4 Jan 1791.  He married  unknown.   BIOGRAPHICAL:  **Biographical Directory of SC House of Representatives, Vol 3, p 511:  Moore, William (Moor). (39)  William Moore was a resident of Ninety Six District.  A tax return in 1787 listed 233 acres as his taxable property.  He represented his home district in the Second Provincial Congress (1775-1776) and First General Assembly (1776) and was a member of the Second General Assembly (1776-1778). Serving Ninety Six District in the Third General Assembly (1779-1780), he was elected sheriff of Ninety Six District and resigned from the House in February 1779.  Ninety Six District later elected him to the Fifth (1783-1784) and Sixth (1785-1786) General Assemblies; however, he declined to serve in the latter assembly.  Other offices held by William Moore included the following: official to receive rice and flour at Ninety Six (ca.1775); road commissioner (1778); trustee for a public school at the town of Ninety Six and for laying out said town (1783); commissioner, for repairing and rebuilding the courthouse and jail in Ninety Six District (1783); tax inquirer and collector for Ninety Six District (1785); justice of the peace for Abbeville County (1785); escheator for Ninety Six District (1787); and delegate for Ninety Six District at the state constitutional convention (1790).  Sources:  Aud. Accts, 5335, #3.  Grand Jury Lists, 1777, 1778.  Journal of the Constitutional Convention, 1790, 4.  Misc. Recs., UU: 6, 277; WW: 495.  Petit Jury Lists, 1778, 1779.  Pope, pp. 40, 51.  SC Counties. SCHM, 7:106; 9:186; 80:149,152-53, 154. SC Statutes, 4: 575, 692; 9:256-62. Tax Returns, 1787, #10. (39) Possibly, the William Moore who served in the House was the William Moore, Esq., who lived in Cambridge, Abbeville District, and died sometime before 4 Mar 1791 when an inventory of his estate was taken.  He owned 130 acres, 2 lots and buildings in Cambridge, and 15 slaves in addition to various liquors and notions.  However, as there were several William Moores who lived in Abbeville District and throughout Ninety Six District (Edgefield, Newberry, Laurens, and Spartanburg counties), it was impossible to determine which individual was the legislator.  Wills, inventories, estate papers, and land records tended to cloud the issue.  The federal census listed seven William Moores in Ninety Six District in 1790 and ten years later recorded thirteen.  Therefore, the editors utilized only the data which most likely referred to the legislator.  Sources: Abbeville Co. Probate Papers, box 59, pkg. 1380; box 64, pkg 1531; box 66, pkgs. 1591, 1592, 1593.  Abbeville Co. (WPA) Inventories, 2 (1787-1811), 556. Abbeville Co. (WPA) Wills, 1 (1787-1815), 421-22, 580. Aud. Accts., 5335, #1, #2. Census, 1790, 58, 59, 64, 72, 86, 87, 90.  Census, 1800, Abbevile Dist., 3, 5, 19; Edgefield Co., 137,138; Laurens Dist., 28, 36, 39; Newberry Dist., 84; Spartanburg Dist., 185, 202, 211.  Edgefield Probate Court Records, box 19, pkg 694.  Edgefield Co. (WPA) Inventories, Book A (1800-1803), 69; Book C, (1808-1814), 77; Book E (1816-1820), 279.  Edgefield Co. (WPA) Wills, 1 (1817-1835), Book C, 19-23.  Edgefield Dist. Inventories, A (1800-1802), 68-69.  Newberry Co. (WPA) Inventories, Book H (1823-1826), 156.  SCHM, 80: 143, 146.  State Grants, 6:227; 7:57; 9:238; 12:177; 28:232; 30:258,653; 36:29,30; 47:515; 51:242; 61:89.  **Dictionary of SC Biography, Vol I, Richard N. Cote, So Hist Press, 1985, p 250: Moore, William, flourishing in 1790, 96 Dist SC Rep., 4:511-12 [6448].  ??Colonial Soldiers of the South, 1732-1774, Murtie June Clark, Gen Publ Co, Inc, 1983 [Fl Archives], p 906: SC Militia: Pay List of Col. Richard Richardson's Battalionof SC Militia in the 1759 Cherokee Expedition, approved by the Comm. to Audit the Public Accounts, June 6, 1760: ... Capt. Wm. Canty's Co., 8 Oct 1759 - 10 Jan 1760: #38 Private Moore, William. CHRONOLOGICAL:  **??[Father or Son?] SC Colonial Soldiers and Patriots, Leonardo Andrea, R.L. Bryan Co, Columbia, SC, 1952: William Moore 4 (Served in the Cherokee War under Col. Richard Richardson whose men were mainly from Camden District of Craven Co and some men from the western area of Williamsburg Co.  **??Edgefield Co SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol I, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc. 1985.  Deed Book 11: 1794-1795, p 227-229.  Mortgaged to said Lawson Price & Co) for the credit of 12 months & in obedience to the order said Saxon did inter into 130 acres tract in Abbeville Co SC adj the Town of Cambridge know in general Plat of confiscated Estates by #2 surveyed by Harwood Jones 9 Jul 1763 .  **   The Carolina Genealogist, Colonial Records: Account of Plats for Lands Granted Before the Late War with Great Britian, which are now in the Surveyor-General's Office:  But were never recorded. Printed by Young & Faust, State Printers, Columbia, June 1796. (at Kendall Collection, S. Caroliniana Library). (recorded in 1812-1818 - Vol 13-21 of the Colonial Plats - SC Archives). 8 Plats   Moore, William.  **   The Carolina Genealogist,p 8: The South Carolina and American General Gazette, February 12, 1778. Presentments of the Grand Jury of Ninety-Six District, signed by the following:...William Moore...  **The Jury Lists of South Carolina 1778-1779, Ge Lee Corley Hendrix and Morm McKoy Lindsay, Gen Pub Co, 1980: The Jury Lists of SC; Ninety Six District: Grand Jury List for Ninety Six District... Near 96 Court House: Richard Moore, John Moore, William Moore, James Moore.  A List of Petit-Jurymen and Jury Men in Civil Causes, Petit Jury List for 96 Dist: Near 96 Court House: John Bostick, Richard Moore, John Moore, William Moore, James Mayson, James Moore.  A list of Special Jurymen:  James Moore, William Moore... John Moore, John Bostick... Richard Moore...  **Early American Series; SC Vol 2 (WPB Gen Lib 8/95) ??Moore, William: Ninety-Six Dist SC: Moore, William.  96 Dist, 1779 (3 more times).  **??The Patriots at Kings Mountain, Bobby Gilmer Moss, Scotia-Hibernia Press, 1990, p 280: Men who were Possibly on the Kings Mountain Campaign or were possibly in the Battle: ... Moore, James; Moore, John; Moore, William.  **96 District SC Journal of the Court of Ordinary: pg 2 [1781] [Decr] 22d  took out Letters of Administration as highest creditor, on Estate of said William McCluer - Didimus to Wm. Moore to swear appraiser...  **Ninety-Six District, SC Journal of the Court of Ordinary, Brent H. Holcomb, So Hist. Press, 1978: p 5:  [1782] 3d May.  Said Mary Derborough took Dedimus to Wm. Moore Esqr to qualify her as Admix. & she Swears...  **Ninety-Six District, SC Journal of the Court of Ordinary, Brent H. Holcomb, So Hist. Press, 1978: p 9: [1782 July 5th]. James Allin took a Citation on the Estate of his father Josiah Allin deceased... Surities Enoch Grigsby & Fredk Sisson -- got a dedimus directed to William Moore & Solomon Pope to swear appraisers...  **Ninety-Six District, SC Journal of the Court of Ordinary, Brent H. Holcomb, So Hist. Press, 1978: p 12: Augt 20th. The last Will and Testament of Burditt Eskridge... and a Dedimus directed to William Moore & Solomon Pope Esqrs to Swear appraisers...  **Ninety-Six District, SC Journal of the Court of Ordinary, Brent H. Holcomb, So Hist. Press, 1978: p 13: 1782 Augt. 24th. ... a dedimus directed to John Wyld & William Moore to qualify ... appraisers...  **Ninety-Six District, SC Journal of the Court of Ordinary, Brent H. Holcomb, So Hist. Press, 1978: p 15: 1782 September 7th.  Mary Gibson of Hard Labour in 96 District took a Citation... granted Warrant of appraisement and swore appraisers viz Joseph Dawson, William Carson, William Moore...  **Edgefield Co., SC, Minutes of the County Court 1785-1796, Brent H. Holcomb, So. Hist. Press, 1979: p 14 (17?) 1782 Septr 7th: William Moore Junr. took a Citation on the Estate of Bazall Bond late of said District deceased as highest Creditor, said Citation filed in the Ordinary's office the 20th of Septr 1782.  Do. the 21st Granted letters of Adminr. to the said William Moore who qualified as Admir. and give the Usual Bond of (pounds) 14,000 currency. Surities Peter Stubes and Robert McAlpin free holders granted Warrant of appraisement and a Dedimus to William Moore, Esqr to Swear appraisers.  29th March 1782 granted New Warrent of appraisement N.B. appraisement nor Sale of said Estate returned to this Office, Said to be Returned to John Thomas Junr. Esqr., Ordinary's Office.  **Ninety-Six District, SC Journal of the Court of Ordinary, Brent H. Holcomb, So Hist. Press, 1978: p 5: The last will & Testamt. of James Norrel dated 12th August 1779 was probated... The Warrant of appraise Elapsed, New Warrant of Appraist. granted the 16th Septr. 1782 & a Dedimus to John Wyld & William Moore Esqrs to Swear appraisers -- Inventory & appraisiment Returned and filed in the Ordinarys office the 16th Decr 1782.  **Ninety-Six District, SC Journal of the Court of Ordinary, Brent H. Holcomb, So Hist. Press, 1978: p 16: p 18 1783 [1782?] Sept 23.  The last will and Testament of James Moore, Esq late of 96 Dist. deceased, dated the 12th of Jan 1782, was probated in the Ordinary's Office of said District the 23rd day of Sept 1782 before Pat: Calhoun, Surrogate by William Neal one of the subscribing witnesses the other witness William Wilson; William Moore, Esqr. one of the Exors therein name qualified as such... recorded in p 37 of this Book.  **Ninety-Six District, SC Journal of the Court of Ordinary, Brent H. Holcomb, So Hist. Press, 1978: p 18: Septr 23d.[1782?]  The last will & testament of William Golding... a Dedimus directed to William Moore & John Wylds Esquires to swear appraisers.  **Ninety-Six District, SC Journal of the Court of Ordinary, Brent H. Holcomb, So Hist. Press, 1978: p 28 (35) [no date]: South Carolina, Ninety Six Distt. - Inventory and appraisement of the Estate of Samuel Gibson of the Sd. District deceased taken the 2nd day of Novemr. 1782 by Joseph Dawson, William Moore, and William Carson, Sworn appraisers....  **The History of Newberry County, SC, Vol I 1749-1860, Thomas H. Pope, p 51: [is this father or son?] In 1782, the general assembly was convened at Jacksonborough by Governor John Rutledge.  Laws were passed for punishing conspicuous Tories by confiscating their estates and banishing them from the state. (Statutes IV, 516) Among those from Newberry Couny (and the Dutch Fork) whose lands were confiscated were General Robert Cunningham, Captain George Dawkins, Jr., Colonel Moses Kirkland, Benjamin Gregory, Jacob Valk and Henry O'Neall.  William Moore, Esquire, as Commissioner, sold many tracts of land at public auction at Ninety Six on July 8, 1783, and December 8, 1783. (Copy of advertisement dated May 6, 1783, South Caroliniana Library. Confiscated Estates File, S.C. Archives.)  **Edgefield Co SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol I, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc. 1985.  Justices and other Judges: Moore, William - 1784.  **Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol I, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 2: 1787-1788, p 241-244. 13 Dec 1784: James Rishtan of Ninety Six Dist... Wit: James Hart... who swore by oath 14 Dec 1784 before William Moore, J.P.  **Early American Series; SC Vol 2 (WPB Gen Lib 8/95) ??Moore, William: Ninety-Six Dist SC: Moore, William.  Abbeville: 1785.  **Accounts Audited, SC State Archives: Ninety Six 17th September 1785 - Pleas to deliver to Hugh Warmode? the within Indents.  I oblige your humble servant Joseph Morelly.  I did see Joseph Menelly  ? name to this order. Wm Moore, J.P.  **Edgefield Co SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12, Hendrix. Deed Book 11: 1794-1795, p 201-203. 3 Dec 1785: John Weitzell... Robert Waring who martgaged the same to William Moore, Davis Moore, & Julius Nichols who fore closed & sold 3 Jan 1780 to said Weitzell...  **Edgefield Co SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol I, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc. 1985.  Justices and other Judges: Moore, William - 1786.  **Edgefield Co. SC Records: Moore, William and Julius Nichols, trustees for Mary Ann Sanders - Widow of Thos. Sanders of 96.  -m- Gabriel Smithers.  See Smithers card.  Edgefield. --  File Marriage Bk #1  287. 1786: Moore, William - Of 96 Dist. of Town of 96.  Edgefield File.  96 Dist. Ct. Rec. --   Univ. Lib.  Davis Moore and Julius Nuckols (sic), Adm's.  Sum to answer, Wm.  Price.  Notes said by Wm. Moore 1786.  **Edgefield Co., SC, Minutes of the County Court 1785-1796, Brent H. Holcomb, So. Hist. Press, 1979: p 11:(20) 12 Apr 1786: Ordered that a commission Dedimus Potestation issue from this court directed to John & William Moore & William Anderson Esquires or any two of them to receive the rununciation of Mrs. Eleanor Witzel wife of John Witzel her right of Dower...to Wm Shaw ...  **Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol I, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 3: 1787-1789, p 210-218. 25 Jun 1788: Nicholas Eveleigh, Esq... who swore by oath 7 Jul 1786 beofe William Moore, J.P.  **Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol I, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 2: 1787-1788, p 17-19. 2 Dec 1786: Edmond Martin... Wit: William Moore...  **Early American Series; SC Vol 2 (WPB Gen Lib 8/95) ??Moore, William: Ninety-Six Dist SC: Moore, William.  Abbeville: 1787.  **Edgefield Co., SC, Minutes of the County Court 1785-1796, Brent H. Holcomb, So. Hist. Press, 1979: p 47: (93) 9 Jul 1787: Deeds of lease and release from William Moore Esq. to Mathew McMillian for 250 acres land was proved by the oaths of Fields Pardue and John Moore Esq. ordered to be recorded.  **Edgefield Co SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol I, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc. 1985.  Justices and other Judges: Moore, William - 1788-90, Abbeville, Edgefield, & Ninety Six.  **Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol I, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 3: 1787-1789, p 6-7. 22 Apr 1772: James McCord... by oath 2 May 1789 in Abbeville Co. SC before William Moore, J.P.  **Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol I, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985.  Deed Book 6: 1791-1792, p 311-312. Title of Deed... Sworn by oath 3 Dec 1789 before William Moore, J.P.  **Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol I, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 4: 1790, p 32-36. 12 Mar 1790: Mortgage: Isaac Crothers... swore by oath 10 Apr 1790 before William Moore, J.P.  **Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol I, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 4: 1790, p 88-90. 8 May 1790: David Johnson... Wit: William Moore... who swore by oath 23 Oct 1790 before Wm Moore, J.P. [Who is the witness?]  **Abstract of Moore Records of SC, 1694-1865, Janie Revill, The State Co, Columbia, p 6: Abbeville Records:  (Wills & Probate) William Moore - Est. Admr. Davis Moore and Julius Nichols, aptd. Jan 4, 1791. Bond sureties, Nathan Sims, John Wardlaw, Robert Swanzy, Benj. Mitchell, John Calhoun.  File has letter from Richard Moore to Ordinary, stating deceased was his brother, mentions another brother John Moore, waives right to appointment, requests appointment Davis Moore, "next of kin," and Julius Nichols, "a relative of deceased."  **Abstracts of Old Ninety-Six and Abbeville District Wills & Bonds: pg 216:  Moore, William, Esq. - Box 64, Pack 1531:  Estate administered Jan 4, 1791 by Davis Moore, Julius Nichols, Jr., Nathan Sims, John Wardlaw, Robt Swanzy, Benj. Mitchel, John Calhoun bound to Judges Abbeville District sum 4,000 pds. Cit. mentioned that Davis Moore, Julius Nichols, Jr. next of kin.  Wm. Moore was of Cambridge.  Richard, a brother to William and next of kin, but his reason for not administering that he was getting old and incapable of undertaking such an arduous task.  **Abstracts of Old Ninety-Six and Abbeville District Wills & Bonds: pg 216: Inv. made Mar 4, 1791 by Elijah Moore, James Wilson, Joseph Burton.  **Abstracts of Old Ninety-Six and Abbeville District Wills & Bonds: p 223: Moore, William, Esq. - Box 66, Pack 1593: Sale made May 20, 1791. (Nothing of importance in pack.)  **Edgefield Co., SC, Minutes of the County Court 1785-1796, Brent H. Holcomb, So. Hist. Press, 1979: p 147: (344) [abt 14 April 1790] Wm. Freeman & Murrey vs Frederick Glover.  Case referred to William Moore and James Gowdy with power of umpirage their. p 148: (344) award to be returned to the next court and made the judgment thereof William Freeman & Hodgens vs Frederick Glover.  Case ordered that this cause be referred to Wm. Moore & James Gowdy with trover of umpirage their award to be returned to the next court and be made the judgment thereof.  **??Edgefield Co SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol I, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc. 1985.  Deed Book 11: 1794-1795, p 229-232. 5 May 1794: Samuel Saxon... real Estate of William Moore, dec'd. on credit of 12 months... Said Saxon sold 5 May 1794, 44 acres adj. William White, Oswell Eve, Estate of James Parsons, dec'd. to satisfy the mortgage of William Moore, dec'd to said Lawson Price & Co. assignee to William Cunningham...  **??Edgefield Co SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol I, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc. 1985.  Deed Book 11: 1794-1795, p 227-229. 5 May 1794: Samuel Saxon, Sheriff of Ninety Six Dist to William Price of Charleston SC... whereas Lawson Price & Co in Nov term of 1793 Court of Common Pleas obtained an order for the Sale of real Estate belonging to William Moore, dec'd.  (Mortgaged to said Lawson Price & Co) for the credit of 12 months & in obedience to the order said Saxon did inter into 130 acres tract in Abbeville Co SC adj the Town of Cambridge know in general Plat of confiscated Estates by #2 surveyed by Harwood Jones 9 Jul 1763 & said Saxon on 5 May 1794 to satisfy the mortgage of said William Moore, dec'd., to said Lawson Price & Co. Assignees of William Cunningham dated 4 May 1786 for 2225 pounds - sold 130 acres at Public Auction for 141 pounds... William Price being the last & highest bidder. s/ S. Saxon, Sheriff of Ninety Six Dist. Wit:...  **Edgefield Co SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol I, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc. 1985.  Deed Book 11: 1794-1795, p 232-234. 5 May 1794: Samuel Saxon... obtained an order to sell the real estate of William Moore, dec'd... sold two lots in Town of Cambridge where the said William Moore resided in his lifetime.  Lots known as No. 61 & 62 with a two story dwelling house, kitchen & stove...  **Edgefield Co., SC, Minutes of the County Court 1785-1796, Brent H. Holcomb, So. Hist. Press, 1979: p 155: (15) 14 Oct 1794: David [Davis] Moore & Julius [Nichols] admn. of William Moore vs Caleb Holloway Deft. Judgment by Default. The same Jury as before Verdict pd 15  Int. acc to Note.  LOOK UP:  **Sources: Abbeville Co. Probate Papers, box 59, pkg. 1380; box 64, pkg 1531; box 66, pkgs. 1591, 1592, 1593.  Abbeville Co. (WPA) Inventories, 2 (1787-1811), 556. Abbeville Co. (WPA) Wills, 1 (1787-1815), 421-22, 580. Aud. Accts., 5335, #1, #2. Census, 1790, 58, 59, 64, 72, 86, 87, 90.  Census, 1800, Abbevile Dist., 3, 5, 19; Edgefield Co., 137,138; Laurens Dist., 28, 36, 39; Newberry Dist., 84; Spartanburg Dist., 185, 202, 211.  Edgefield Probate Court Records, box 19, pkg 694.  Edgefield Co. (WPA) Inventories, Book A (1800-1803), 69; Book C, (1808-1814), 77; Book E (1816-1820), 279.  Edgefield Co. (WPA) Wills, 1 (1817-1835), Book C, 19-23.  Edgefield Dist. Inventories, A (1800-1802), 68-69.  Newberry Co. (WPA) Inventories, Book H (1823-1826), 156.  SCHM, 80: 143, 146.  State Grants, 6:227; 7:57; 9:238; 12:177; 28:232; 30:258,653; 36:29,30; 47:515; 51:242; 61:89.Sources: Abbeville Co. Probate Papers, box 59, pkg. 1380; box 64, pkg 1531; box 66, pkgs. 1591, 1592, 1593.  Abbeville Co. (WPA) Inventories, 2 (1787-1811), 556. Abbeville Co. (WPA) Wills, 1 (1787-1815), 421-22, 580. Aud. Accts., 5335, #1, #2. Census, 1790, 58, 59, 64, 72, 86, 87, 90.  Census, 1800, Abbevile Dist., 3, 5, 19; Edgefield Co., 137,138; Laurens Dist., 28, 36, 39; Newberry Dist., 84; Spartanburg Dist., 185, 202, 211.  Edgefield Probate Court Records, box 19, pkg 694.  Edgefield Co. (WPA) Inventories, Book A (1800-1803), 69; Book C, (1808-1814), 77; Book E (1816-1820), 279.  Edgefield Co. (WPA) Wills, 1 (1817-1835), Book C, 19-23.  Edgefield Dist. Inventories, A (1800-1802), 68-69.  Newberry Co. (WPA) Inventories, Book H (1823-1826), 156.  SCHM, 80: 143, 146.  State Grants, 6:227; 7:57; 9:238; 12:177; 28:232; 30:258,653; 36:29,30; 47:515; 51:242; 61:89.  **Early American Series; SC Vol 2 (WPB Gen Lib 8/95) ??Moore, William: Ninety-Six Dist SC: Moore, William. 96 Dist, 1779 (3 more times). Abbeville: 1785 & 1787.  **Julius Nichols as closest relative to Wm II.  **Mary Ann, widow of Thos Sanders   Mary Ann, wife of Gabriel Smithers   Any relation to Moores?
+ 4 iii Richard2 MOORE [2941], died abt 1805.  He married Patty MARSHALL [3327].
+ 5 iv John T.2 MOORE [2940], died aft 1791.  He married Martha GREEN [3325].
 6 v Nancy2 MOORE [4319].  She married  Caleb GASSAWAY [4311].   Some SC County Records, Vol 2, Caleb, p 486: Union Co, SC Deed Book A, p 33-34: 6-9-1785, Caleb Gassaway, Nancy Gassaway, his wife, Executrix of Wm Moore, deceased and Susannah Moore, of 96 Dist., SC to Benjamin Johnson, same state and dist., for 2000 pds sterling, a tract containing 400 acs on south side of Broad River, part of a larger tract of 1000 acs granted by NC patent to John Clark on 9/3/1753.  Wit: Wm Farr, Charles Johnson, Mary Taylor, Josias Wood.  Signed by Caleb Gassaway, Ann Gassaway, Susannah Moore.  No recording date.  Some SC County Records, Vol 2, Caleb, p 486: Union Co, SC Deed Book A, p 30-32, 8/23/1785, Francis Possey, 96 Dist., SC to Caleb Gassaway, 96 Dist for 175 pds current money, 100 acs on south side of Broad River, lower Fish Dam Creek, sd land granted to Isaac Simonson by Wm Bull, Lt. Gov. of SC on 6/5/1770. Bound by lands granted to John Clark by a NC grant. Wit: Wm Farr, Benj Hollingsworth. No recording date.  LOOK UP:  [any records on Moores & Gassaways.]

Generation 2

2. James2 MOORE [1222] (William1), born abt 1735; died aft 12 Jan 1782 in , SC.  He married  Rebecca Anne DAVIS [1223], born  in , VA.

Notes for James MOORE
 BIOGRAPHICAL:

 **Biographical Directory of SC House of Representatives, Vol 3, p 508:  Moore, James. (38)  James Moore represented Ninety Six District in the second (1776-1778), Third (1779-1780), and Fourth (1782) General Assemblies.  He also served as tax inquirer and collector for Ninety Six District (1778) and commissioner, for a road to Saluda ferries (1778). Sources:  Grand Jury Lists, 1777, 1779.  Petit Jury Lists, 1777, 1779, SCHM, 34: 202.  SC Statues, 4: 417; 9: 256-62.  (38) The individual who served in the House could have been the James Moore of Ninety Six District who died in 1782.  Writing his will 12 Jan 1780, he mentioned his wife, Ann, his mother, Susanna, and four sons - Davis, James, Jonathan, and William Drayton.  He was deceased by 23 September 1782 when his will was proved.  An inventory of his estate revealed he owned twenty-five slaves.  However, according to extant records, there were several James Moores who lived in Ninety Six District in the late eighteenth century.  As none of the sources indicated legislative service, it was impossible to determine which man, if any, served in the House.  Sources: Abbeville Co. Probate Papers, box 65, pkg. 1575.  Aud. Accts. 5322.  Census, 1790, 58, 67, 69, 75.  Census 1800, Abbeville Dist., 32; Laurens Dist., 20; Pendleton Dist., 29; Spartanburg Co., 173, 182, 199.  State Grants, 19:211.

 AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY SERVICE:

 **According to Henrietta MAYSON Connor Holt, James was a Colonel in SC during the Revolutionary War.

 **??The Patriots at Kings Mountain, Bobby Gilmer Moss, Scotia-Hibernia Press, 1990, p 280: Men who were Possibly on the Kings Mountain Campaign or were possibly in the Battle: ... Moore, James; Moore, John; Moore, William.

 **DAR Patriot Index - Centenial Edition: Moore, James: b c1750SC. d c1782 SC. Married Ann Davis.  Dep-QMGen SC.

 **??Colonel in the 1st North Carolina Regiment, appointed Sept 1, 1775; promoted on March 1, 1776.

 **The SC Mag of Anc Res. Vol X, no 1; Winter 1982: A Regiment of SC Continental Corps of Artillery:  William Mitchell's Company: enlisted for Capt. Davis:  Moore, James  26 Nov 79  21 months (???).

 **Some Southern Colonial Families, Vol 2, David A. Avant, Jr., L'Avant Studios, p 62-63:  Lt. Col William Melton (Pension declaration) ...while living on the Little Saluda River in Ninety-Six Dist., SC, in his 17th year he volunteered and served as orderly sergeant with the SC troops as follows:  From 8 May 1778 until 28 Aug 1778 in Capt. James Moore's Company in Col. Leroy Hammond's Regiment & went on the Expedition to Florida.

 Collections of Early County Historical Society 1979, Vol 2, p 458: Moore Family of South Carolina. Family tradition, supported by research, reinforced the opinion that James Moore, who lived in Ninety-Six Dist., S.C. and who saw Revolutionary service, was a great-grandson of James Moore, Governor of S.C., 1700-02. The line is traced through James Moore I, governor; his son James Moore II, also governor of the colony; and his grandson James Moore III, then to James Moore IV of Ninety-Six. This seemed correct until the will of James Moore IV, dated 1-2-1780, Abbeville Dist, S.C., came to light giving the name of his mother Susannah, while James Moore III's wife was Sarah Waring.  Despite the confusion it is still possible that he decended from the first James Moore as the records are incomplete. The will for this Revolutionary soldier, who was killed at his home by a Tory is abstracted as follows:... from family records of Benjamin M. Hines.

 CHRONOLOGY:

 **The Carolina Genealogist, p : Colonial Records: Account of Plats for Lands Granted Before the Late War with Great Britian, which are now in the Surveyor-General's Office:  But were never recorded. Printed by Young & Faust, State Printers, Columbia, June 1796. (At Kendall Collection, S. Caroliniana Library) (recorded in 1812-1818) - Vol 13-21 of the Colonial Plats - S.C. Archives. 4 plats: Moore, James; 2 plats: Moore, John James (&??).

 **??Genealogical Abstracts from the SC Gazette 1732-1735, Alton T. Moran, Heritage Books, 1987: 8 June 1734 - A List of justices of the peace for Berkley County... James Moore...

 **??South Carolina Deed Abstracts 1719-1772, Vol IV, 1767-1773, Books I-3 -- E-4, Clara A. Langley, p 2:  Book I-3, p 42, 6 & 7 Dec 1762, L & R:  Richard Green, planter, of Prince George Parish, Craven Co and Margery wife to Wm  Jameson, planter of St. Stephens Parish in Craven Co... Wit: James Moore.

 **??South Carolina Deed Abstracts 1719-1772, Vol IV, 1767-1773, Books I-3 -- E-4, Clara A. Langley, p 17-18: Book K-3, p 36, 10 Apr 1767: Henry Montgomery and Sarah wife to Hugh Montgomery both of Williamsburgh twp... bounding SE on John Harper; NW on James Gowdy; other sides on vacant land.  Wit: Wm M.[Moore?]  Alexander McCrea, Jr, James Moore.

 **Edgefield Co, SC, Old Wills, Book A-B, 1787-1806, Volume I, Frances T. Ingmire, 1982, p 3-4: Will of William Martin:  SC, Ninety Six Dist.... Exors: wife Frances Martin, Mackernes Good Senr and James Moore.  30 Nov 1775. Wit: William Martin, Elizabeth Murphey.  Recorded in Will Book A, p 3 on 11 Oct 1787.  R. Tutt O.E.D. Box 42. Pkg 1748.

 **Edgefield County, S.C., Wills 1787-1836, James E. and Vivian Wooley, Southern Historical Press, Inc. 1991: pp1-2:  p 3.  30 Nov 1775...SC Ninety Six Dist., I, William Martin...appoint...Marke Good, Senr. and James Moore as executors...

 **Edgefield County, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1 by Hendrix: Justices and other Judges:  James Moore 1776.

 **Edgefield Co SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol I, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc. 1985.  Deed Book 11: 1794-1795, p 86-93. 12 Jul 1773: Charles Strothers of Charles Town neck, SC to Adam Pardue of Bute Co. NC... Wit: ... William Moore, who swore by oath 19 Nov 1776 before James Moore, J.P. Recorded 23 Jul 1794.

 **Edgefield County, South Carolina Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1 by Hendrix: Deed Book 11: 1794-1796:  pp 86-93.  12 Jul 1773:  Charles Strothers of Charles Town neck, SC to Adam Pardue of Bute Co. NC...Wit: ...William Moore, who swore by oath 19 Nov 1776 before James Moore, J.P.  Rcd 23 Jul 1794.

 **The Carolina Genealogist, p 7-8: The South Carolina & American General Gazette, Sept 11, 1777: Public Sale of lands owned by "a Gentleman who left the State some Time ago" offered for sale by Jacob Volk.  These properties were located... In Ninety-Six District land...Lands on Durban's Creek, Ennoree River, adj. John Boyd and James Moore, John Wallis, William Williamson.

 **Greenwood County Sketches by Margaret Watson: Island Ford Road:  The travel barrier posed by Saluda River ended with discovery of a shallow place which was named Island Ford.  It was about seven miles east of Ninety Six... A public ferry was authorized at Island Ford in an act passed by the General Assembly March 28, 1778 which was two years after the colony had set up its own government...The act stated that all roads leading to the ferry were to be considered public roads, and these commissioners were named to be in charge of road repairs:  James Moore, John Moore, William Moore, ...

 **The Carolina Genealogist, p 9: The South Carolina & American General Gazette, April 2, 1778: The following Persons are appointed Inquirers, Assessors and Collectors of the Publick Tax:  District of Ninety-Six:...James Moore...

 **The Jury Lists of South Carolina 1778-1779 by Ge Lee Hendrix & Morn Lindsay, Gen Pub Co, Inc,1980: Ninety-Six District:  Grand Jury Lists for Ninety-Six Dist: Near Ninety-Six Court House: Richard Moore, John Moore, James Mayson, William Moore, James Moore... A List of Petit-Jurymen and Jury Men in Civil Causes:  Petit-Jury List for Ninety Six Dist: Near Ninety Six Court House:   John Bostick, Richard Moore, John Moore, William Moore, James Mayson, James Moore.

 **The Jury Lists of South Carolina 1778-1779 by Ge Lee Hendrix & Morn Lindsay, Gen Pub Co, Inc,1980:  A List of Special Jurymen: James Moore, William Moore, John Moore, John Bostick, Richard Moore. Radified by the General Assembly in the Senate-House the 20th day of February 1779...

 WILL AND PROBATE:

 **Ninety-Six District, SC Journal of the Court of Ordinary, Brent H. Holcomb, So Hist. Press, 1978: p 54, (pg 39-40):  The state of South Carolina, Ninetysix District; Will of James Moore...to my beloved wife Anne Moore, my Negro man named Jack and Aaron, silvy and patience together with the use of my plantation and horses, household furniture and stock of cattle & hogs during her life, and at her death to be equally divided among my children which shall be hereafter named also the work horses; to my first son Davis Moore, negro boy named Bob, and Black Mare, also as much money to be raised out of my estate by cropping or other wise as my Executors, to buy land for a plantation, for him to live on; to my second son James Moore, my Negro boy named Joe and my mare called the Black filley, and four or five hundred acres good land to be bought to make him a plantation to live on; to my third son Jonathan Moore, negro boy Charles, big white mare, with half the tract of land I now live on, to be divided by my executors; to my fourth son Wm. Drayton Moore, negro boy Allin, colt called Dred, and the other half of the land I now live on; should my wife be with child and brought forth living, I lieave it my Negro boy Edmond, and a colt (if a son), and money to buy a tract equal with Davis or James above mentioned; I leave the rest my Negroes with their increse and the rest of my estate together now in care of mother Patt and those lent to my wife, between my children, when ever Davis, comes to he age of 21 or should marry younger...I desire the land joining of me formerly the property of Fredrick Glover, now Chiffill & Anerom to be bought if possable and equally divided between Jonathan and Wm Drayton Moore together with the land I now live on; I leave the use of my Negro girl Patt to my mother Susanna Moore; wife Anne Moore with William Moore, John Moore and Richard Moore, executors; 12 Jan 1780. Wit:  William Neal and William Wilson. The foregoing writing is a true copy or record taken from the original will of the above named James Moore deceased, which was duly probated before me in the office of Ordinary for 96 District on the oath of William Neal one of the subscribing witnesses the 23 of Sept 1782.

 **Abstract of Moore Records of SC, 1694-1865, Janie Revill, The State Co, Columbia, p 6:  Abbeville Records: James Moore - Will dated Jan 12, 1780 - wife, Anne; Sons, Davis, James, Jonathan, William Drayton (and "my unborn children, if any"); mother, Susannah Moore.  Exors. William Moore, John Moore, Richard Moore.  (Children all minors) Wit: Wm. Neal, Wm. Wilson.  Proven Sep 23, 1782.

 **Collections of Early Co Historical Society 1979, Vol 2, p 458-459: "(James) was killed at his home by a Tory." [??]

 **Abstracts of Old 96 & Abbeville Dist Wills and Bonds, Willie Pauline Young, Georgia Genealogical Reprints, 1969, p 221: Moore, James, Esq. - Box 65, Pack 1575: Will dated Jan 12, 1780 in 96 Dist. Proven Sep 23, 1782.  Exrs: Wife, Anne, Wm, Jno, Richard Moore.  Wit: Wm Neal, Wm Wilson. Wife, Anne. Children: Davis, James, Jonathan, William, Drayton Moore.  Mother, Susanna Moore.

 **Some SC Genealogical Records by Janie Revill:  Moore, James -- 1780 Abbeville -- 96 Dist pg 39. Wife:  Anne Moore; Son: Davis Moore not 20 yrs, James Moore, Jonathan Moore, Wm Drayton Moore, unborn child, if any, and he believes so.  Mentions slave "in care of Mother Pratt, my mother, Susanna Moore Ex. wife with Wm, John, & Richard Moore. Date: 12 Jan 1780. Wit: Wm Neal, Wm Wilson. Prov by Wm Neal. 23 Sept 1782.

 **Ninety-Six District, SC Journal of the Court of Ordinary, Brent H. Holcomb, So Hist. Press, 1978.  p 28: (37) An Inventory and Appraisement of the Estate of James Moore Esqr. of 96 deceased made the 16 Novemr 1782 by the Appraisers Mathew McMillen, William Mathew, and John Jackson.  Includes Negroes Jack, Little Jack, Acon, Kitt and Charles; Silva her children Haner, Sarah, Pery, Edmond & Phels; Patience & Children Lidy & Meriot; Tamer and children Edy, Joe & Allen; Lucy, Pindar, Patty and Bob; Sillas, Doll, and Stepney; 400 lbs cotton, Parcel of Tobacco. (pounds) 8782 15 --.  Examined & Certified by Pat: Calhoun Surrogate.

 **Ninety-Six District, SC Journal of the Court of Ordinary by Brent Holcomb:
pg 18 1783 Sept 23:  The last will & testament of James Moore, Esq. late  of 96 District deceased, dated the 12th of Jan 1782, was probated in the
Ordinary's office of said District the 23rd day of Sept 1782 before Pat:
Calhoun, surrogate by William Neal one of the subscribing witnesses the other
witness William Wilson;  William Moore, Esqr. one of the Exors therein name
qualified as such, the other Exers.  Ann Moor, John Moore & Richard Moore not
qualified, a Dedimus directed to John Wylds & Solomon Pope Esquires or either
of them to qualify the other Exers, and also to swear appraisers.  Letters
testamentory and warrant of appraisement granted and appraisement returned and filed in the ordinary's office the 21st Dec 1782.  and recorded in pg 37 of this book.   pg 37:  An inventory and appraisement of the estate of James Moore, Esqr. of 96 deceased made the 16 Novemr 1782 by the Appraisers Mathew McMillen, William Mathew and John Jackson.  Includes Negroes Jack, Little Jack, Acon, Kitt and Charles; Silva her children Haner, Sarah, Pery, Edmond & Phels; Patience & children Lidy and Meriot; Tamer and children Edy, Joe & Allen; Lucy, Pindar, Patty and Bob; Sillas, Doll, and Stepney; 400 lb cotton, parcel of tobacco. 8782 pounds 15  --.  Examined & certified by Pat:  Calhoun Surrogate.

 **Edgefield County, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1 by Hendrix: Deed Book 1: pg 43-46.  13 Aug 1785:  Peter Green...344 acres on Ninety-Six Creek, adj. William Martin's heirs; James Moore's heirs; James Jones' land now the property of Joel Lipscomb; James Burton; Isaac Crowthers & Jacob Smith. Wit:  John Moore, James Chiles, James Beal.

 **Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol I, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 2: 1787-1788, p 43-46. 13 Aug 1785: Peter Green... 344 acres on Ninety-Six Creek, adj. William Martin's heirs; James Moore's heirs; James Jones' land now the property of Joel Lipscomb; James Burton; Isaac Crowthers & Jacob Smith. s/ Peter (x) Green. Wit: John Moore, James Chiles, James Beal.

 **Edgefield County SC Records:  Moore, James --Rev. Rec. Arch. Dept. Edgefield Co. State SC Edgefield Dist:  Know all men by these presents that we Richard Moore and John Moore of the state and county aforesaid have made, ordained, constituted and appointed and by these presents do make, ordain, constitute and appoint Davis Moore of the state aforesaid and county of Abbeville, our true and lawful attorney for us and in his own name to draw from the Treasury of this State, all indents, certificates, that may be due to us as the surviving executors of the said Davis Moore's father's estate; viz: James Moore, dec'd 1 Feb 1791  Rec't. 9 Feb 1791.(Indent:  a certificate issued by the U.S. gov't. at the close of the Am. Rev. War for the principal or interest of the public debt.) Rec't. by Davis Moore 9 Feb 1791 for indent No. 584. Bk Z 2-584 -- Deputy Quarter Master General of Militia.  Indents Y-Z page 310 at top. *  Moore, James -- Dec'd.  Edgefield Deed 12-537.  2 March 1795.  Widow:  Anny -m- ________? Bostick.  Had dower in land of James Moore. Collected by ___? Deed to part of the land to Toliver Bostick.

 **Edgefield County, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1 by Hendrix: Deed Book 8: pg 40.  4 Feb 1793:  Bill of Sale:  Richard & John Moore, Executors of James Moore, dec'd., to John White for 70 pounds. sold a negro slave named Charles.  s/Richard Moore, John Moore.  Wit: William Moore, R. Robt. McComb.

 LOOK UP:

 **Index to SC Land Grants 1784-1800 (original at Archives, also on film): Moore, James - 1) p 451, Vol 19, 1787.  2) p 68, Vol 21, 1788. 3) p 426, Vol 17, 1787. 4) p 211, Vol 19, Class 2, 1787. 5) p 244, Vol 3, Class 2, 1784. 6) p 159, Vol 26, Class 2, 1789. 7) p 313, Vol 22, Class 2, 1788. 8) p 541, Vol 29, Class 2, 1792. 9) p 263, Vol 76, Class 2, 1789. 10) p 244, Vol 1, 1784.

 **The SC Magazine of Ancestral Research, Vol 5 #2 1977: Some Lapsed Colonial Plats: These plats were not picked up by or delivered to the potential grantee...found in a volume of Royal Grants called Special Grants. ???James Moore  460 A.  Craven Co.   Aug 17, ____. James Moore 1200 A.  _________    ____16th, _____.

 **The SC Mag of Ancestral Research, Vol 5 #1 1977: Tax Collectors of the Revolutionary Period; District Between Savannah River and north fork of Edisto: ???James Moore, 1777; James Moore, 1778.

 **Sources: Abbeville Co. Probate Papers, box 65, pkg. 1575.  Aud. Accts. 5322.  Census, 1790, 58, 67, 69, 75.  Census 1800, Abbeville Dist., 32; Laurens Dist., 20; Pendleton Dist., 29; Spartanburg Co., 173, 182, 199.  State Grants, 19:211.

 **??State Dept. of Archives & History, Raliegh, NC: Col. James Moore of the Rev. War was born about 1735, died April 22, 1777. Married Ann Davis.  He was Col. in 1st NC regiment, app'ted Sept. 1st 1775. Promoted Mch. 1st, 1776.  Children:  Jonathan, Davis, Drayton, James, Anne (who married John C. Mayson.) Wheeler's History of N.C. P. 71 Vol.; N.C. P. 76, Vol # P46 & P48;
J.B. Lessings Field Book of the Rev. Vol. #P 375 & 378.

 **Early American Series; SC Vol 2 (WPB Gen Lib 8/96): ???Moore, James, Ninety-Six Dist, 1779; Moore, James, Ninety-Six Dist, 1779; Moore, James, Ninety-Six Dist, 1779.
 

Notes for Rebecca Anne DAVIS
 Family: She was of Welsh decent. Her father was a Barlow, a minister from VA.

 Ninety-Six District, SC Journal of the Court of Ordinary by Holcomb: pg 18 1783 Sept 23:  The last will and testament of James Moore, Esq. late of 96 District deceased, dated the 12th of Jan 1782, was probated in the Ordinary's office of said District the 23rd day of Sept 1782...William Moore, Esqr. one of the Exors therein name qualified as such, the other Exers. Ann Moor, John Moore and Richard Moore not qualified, a Dedimus directed to John Wylds & Solomon Pope Esquires or either of them to qualify the other Exers, and also to swear appraisers....

 Ninety-Six District, SC Journal of the Court of Ordinary by Holcomb: pg 39-40:  The state of South Carolina, Ninetysix District; Will of James Moore...to my beloved wife Anne Moore, my Negro man named Jack and Aaron, silvy and patience together with the use of my plantation and horses, household furniture and stock of cattle & hogs during her life, and at her death to be equally divided among my children which shall be hereafter named also the work horses...wife Anne Moore with William Moore, John Moore and Richard Moore, executors; 12 Jan 1780...

 Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1 by Hendrix:
pg 557-559:  2 Mar 1795:  William Tennant, Sheriff of 96 Dist. SC to Toliver
Bostick, planter of Edgefield Co. SC for 146 pounds...whereas:  James Moore in his lifetime was seized of a certain tract of land adj. Thomas Edwards, Reaves Martin, Mathew Ramsey & Charles Heard as can be seen in a plat surveyed by J. Robert Mayson 29 Mar 1794 & whereas:  Anny Bostick, late widow of James Moore, dec'd., was entitled to her Dower in the Estate of James Moore, dec'd., & whereas:  the sum of 137 pounds...was assigned as her Dower by Commissioners legally appointed for that purpose 28 Mar 1794.  And whereas a writ of Fiere Facias was issued by Court of Common Pleas at Cambridge to recover said sum 137 pounds...also 9 pounds...for damages to said Anny Bostick... & said William Tennant, Sher. did seize, advertize & sell tract of land to last & highest bidder Toliver Bostic.  s/Wm Tennant, Sheriff of Ninety Six Dist. Wit:  Reubin Chiles, William Moore, who swore by oath 17 Aug 1795 before John Trotter, J.P. Recd. 17 Feb 1796.

 Were these children of Toliver's, Ann's children also????
James Moore's will 12 Jan 1780/82.  In 1794 she's a Bostick.
In 1813 when Toliver died, these sons were at least 21:  Washington, Willis,
William, so they were born before 1792.  At that time Patsy was married.  No
mention of Nancy.

 Abbeville Marriages 1780-1879, Implied in Equity Records, Barbara Langdon, p 11: Bostick, Tolaver (Toliver) - Anne Moore (widow of James Moore) Box 67, pkg 3433, lived 1796.
 

 Children of James MOORE and Rebecca Anne DAVIS were as follows:
 7 i Davis3 MOORE [1310], born aft 1759; died abt 1799.   Was a lawyer.  Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol I, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc. 1985. Deed Book 11: 1794-1795, p 201-203. 3 Dec 1785: John Weitzell... Robert Waring who martgaged the same to William Moore, Davis Moore, & Julius Nichols who fore closed & sold 3 Jan 1780 to said Weitzell...  Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol I, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc. 1985. Deed Book 4: 1790, p 159-166. 23 May 1787: Robert Davis, Sr. & Patty, his wife, Yeoman, to William English, Planter... adj. Moses Kirkland... Dower relinquished.  Capt. Moore (sic) & proved by Thomas Pulley in July Term Court 1790...  Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol I, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc. 1985. Deed Book 4: 1790, p 29-31. 13 Apr 1790: West Cook to Peter Carnes... Wit: Davis Moore...  Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol I, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc. 1985. Deed Book 10: 1791-1794, p 279-285. 23 Apr 1790: Thomas Keeling Smith... Wit:... Davis Moore, who swore by oath 23 Apr 1790 before William Moore, J.P. of Abbeville Co. Recorded (no date).  1790 SC Census, Ninety-Six Dist., Abbeville County: Head of Family:  Davis Moore: Free White males: 16 and over:  1; Under 16:  3; Free White females: 2; Slaves:  39.  Abstracts of Moore Records of SC; 1694-1865, Janie Revill, The State Company, Columbia, SC: Abbeville Records: (Wills & Probate) ***William Moore - Est. Admr. Davis Moore and Julius Nichols, aptd. Jan 4, 1791.  Bond sureties.  Nathan Sims, John Wardlaw, Robert Swanzy, Benj. Mitchell, John Calhoun.  File has letter from Richard Moore to Ordinary, stating deceased was his brother, mentions another brother, John Moore, waives right to appointment, requests appointment Davis Moore, "next of kin," and Julius Nichols, "a relative of deceased."  Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol I, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc. 1985. Deed Book 4: 1790, p 105-106. 15 Mar 1792: Bill of Sale: Tolaver Davis, Senr. of Edgefield Co SC to Davis Moore for 65 pounds, sold 1 negroe man slave named Mat, 1 negroe woman slave named Grace, 1 mare 9 yrs old, 1 mare 4 yrs old, 4 beds seven blankets, 9 sheets, 4 bolsters, 4 bedsteads, 6 chairs, 2 plows, 6 hoes, 4 axes, 1 loom, 8 head of cattle & 27 hogs. s/Tolaver Davis, Sr. Wit: John White, Freeman Wightt, who swore by oath 2 May 1792 before Richard Tutt, Esqr... J.P. Recorded 2 May 1792.  Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol I, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc. 1985. Deed Book 6: 1791-1792, p 94-96. 28 Mar 1792: Mortgage: Joseph Huston, taylor, to White & Moore, Merchants, all of Edgefield Co, SC for 15 pounds, sold Smoaker - a bay horse, a mare & colt, 1 feather bed & furniture, 2 bedsteads, 1 brinded cow & calf, 1 heifer, 1 woman's saddle, 1 man's saddle, 2 bridles, 1 silver watch, 6 chairs, 1 hair trunk, 1 pot, 1 Dutch oven, 1 sett knives & forks, 1 case bottles. If payment of above obligation be made this deed null & void. s/ Joseph Huston. Wit: Richard Waler Thomas (sic) & Richard Moore, both of whom swore by oath 20 Apr 1792 before Arthur Simkins. Recorded 2 May 1792.  Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol I, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc. 1985. Deed Book 6: 1791-1792, p 96-104. 15 Mar 1792: Tolaver Davis, Senr., Planter to Davis Moore, merchant, both of Edgefield Co, SC for 100 pounds, sold 150 acres surveyed for Joseph Noble 11 Sep 1767...  Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol I, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc. 1985. Deed Book 6: 1791-1792, p 105-106. 15 Mar 1792: Bill of Sale: Tolaver Davis, Senr. of Edgfield Co SC to Davis Moore for 65 pounds, sold 1 negroe man slave named Mat, 1 negroe woman slave named Grace, 1 mare 9 yrs old, 1 mare 4 yrs old, 4 beds, seven blankets, 9 sheets, 4 bolsters, 4 bedsteads, 6 chairs, 2 plows, 6 hoes, 4 axes, 1 loom, 8 head of cattle & 27 hogs. s/ Tolaver Davis, Sr. Wit: John White, Freeman Wightt...  Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol I, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc. 1985. Deed Book 7: 1792-1794, p 161-165. Robert Thompson & Barbara... Wit: William Moore, Davis Moore... who swore by oath 22 Aug 1792...  Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol I, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc. 1985. Deed Book 8: 1793-1794, p 83-87. 19 Dec 1792: Toliver Davis, Senior, to Davis Moore, both of Edgefield Co SC for 50 pounds, sold 150 acres originally surveyed unto Joseph Noble 11 Sep 1767 & was conveyed... Said land is at the head of a branch of Horns Creek of Stephen Creek. s/ Tolaver Davis, Senr.  Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol I, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc. 1985. Deed Book 11: 1794-1795, p 38-43. 18 Oct 1793: Henry Geddes... Wit: Davis Moore...  Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol I, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc. 1985. Deed Book 9: 1793-1794, p 312-317. 24 Mar 1794: Daniel Gunnels... Wit: Davis Moore.  Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol I, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc. 1985. Deed Book 12: 1794-1796, p 269-272. 7 Oct 1794: Davis Moore to Moses Harris, both of Edgefield Co SC for 60 pounds, sold 150 acres originally surveyed 11 Sep 1767 for Joseph Noble & granted 23 Feb 1768 near the head of a branch of Horns Creek of Stephens Creek.  Said land was conveyed 17 Dec 1786 (sic) by Joseph Noble & Rachel, he wife to John Mock & said John Mock & Mary, his wife by deed 15 Apr 1783 under their bonds to John Chaney & by siad Chaney to Toliver Davis, Senr. 9 Apr 1789 & by Said Davis to Davis Moore 19 Dec 1792. s/ Davis Moore... Wit: Briton Mims, Jonathan Moore, Sampson Butler, who swore by oath 13 Jul 1795 before Richard Tutt, J.P. Recorded 13 Jul 1795.  Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol I, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc. 1985. Deed Book 11: 1794-1795, p 112-115. 16 Mar 1795: Thomas Bacon.. Wit: Davis Moore... p 115-118. 16 Mar 1795: Thomas Bacon... Wit: Davis Moore...  Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol I, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc. 1985. Deed Book 12: 1794-1796, p 528-530. 2 Jan 1796: Jeremiah Hatcher, Sheriff of Edgefield Co, SC to Richard Tutt, Esq. for 4 pounds, sold 258 acres... whereas: Davis Moore & Peter Chastain lately in Edgefield Co Court obtained a Judgment against William Coursey for 4 pounds... & a writ of Fiere Facias was issued 10 Oct 1794 attested by Richard Tutt, Clerk of said Court & the Sheriff was directed to sieze, advertize & sell, on 3 Apr 1795, goods chattels & lands of said Wm Coursey to the last & highest bidder being Richard Tutt.  Said 258 acres being on Mountain Creek of Turkey Creek of Savannah River. s/ J. Hatcher. S.E.C.  Wit: Sampson Butler, George H. Perrin, who swore by oath 2 Jan 1796 before John Ryan, J.P. Recorded 2 Feb 1796.  Abstracts of Moore Records of SC; 1694-1865, Janie Revill, The State Company, Columbia, SC: Abbeville Records: (Wills & Probate) ***Capt. Davis Moore - Est. Admr. James Moore, aptd. June 11, 1799.  Bond sureties, James Moore, "of Charleston", James Gowdy, Leonard Waller.  Abstracts of Old 96 & Abbeville Dist. Wills & Bonds: pg 222  ??? Moore, Capt. Davis - Box 65, Pack 1587:    Estate Administered June 11, 1799 by James Moore of Charleston, James Gouedy, Leonard Waller bound to Andrew Hamilton  Ord.  Abbeville Co. sum $10,000.00.  James Moore next of kin. (Could James Moore of Charleston be a son or his brother Dr. James?)  Edgefield Co, SC, Wills 1787-1836, Wooley, 1991: p 178-9:  Will Book C, p 216..1 Mar 1820..I, William Roberson...I appoint my grandsons William R. Conner and William R. Marsh when they come of age.  Wit: A.C. Mason, I. Whitner and Davis Moore...Codicil...Wit:  Charles Mason ...Proved ...Charles Mason this 6 Nov 1826 of the codicil and the will by Charles C. Mason the day after 1826...25 June 1834 qualified William R. Marsh as executor.  Edgefield Co, SC Minutes of the County Court 1785-1796, Brent H. Holcomb, So. Hist. Press, 1979: p 150 (3) David [sic] Moore vs Henry Parkman.  Case Dismissed at Deft cost. p 151  (7) Davis Moore vs Philip Johnson  Plffs.  Durn for the Plff for 5 lbs 105 and costs of suit p 154 (15) David [sic] Moore vs Richard Johnson Junr.  Case  Judgmt.  Confess'd for lbs 14 5/9 & costs of suit  Stay Exon till 1st Sept next p 155  (15) David [sic] Moore & Julius admn. of William Moore vs Caleb Holloway  Deft. Judgment by Default.  The same Jury as before Verdict lb 15 Int. acc to Note . p 157  (23) Davis Moore vs Thomas Lamar  Debt.  Judgment confessed lbs 8 d 7 d 8 1/2 interest & costs. Davis Moore indorsee W. Glover indorsee Thomas Butler vs Thomas Lamar H.C. Debt.  Judgment confessed for lb 55 with interest according to note  Stay of levy till 1st Oct next. Davis Moore Ind. of Ben Ryan Jr. vs Thomas Lamar H. C.  Judgment confessed for lb 35 and costs with interest according to note   same Stay as above  p 158  (24) Davis Moore & Chastain vs Daniel Gunnels.  Dismd Deft.  Costs. Davis Moore vs Michael Blocker.  Judgment confessed accd. to note Davis Moore vs William Coursey  Case.  The same Jury as before on a writ of inquiry on their oaths do say we find for the plff.  lb 10 s 7 d 6 3/4 with costs of suit. p 158  (25) Eugene Brenan & Co. vs Davis Moore & Peter Chastain.  Debt.  Judgment confessed according to note with costs of suit. p 159  (27) Davis Moore vs Henry Parkman Senr.  Case Dismissed Deft costs.
+ 8 ii James3 MOORE (Jr.) [1233], born bef 1769; died aft 1820.  He married Frances MAYSON [1232].
+ 9 iii Jonathan3 MOORE [1309], born bef 1774; died aft 1816.  He married Sally GRIGSBY [1312].
 10 iv William Drayton3 MOORE [1311], born bef 1780.   1810 SC Census, Edgefield County, pg 64: William Moore: Free White Male 26-45:  1; Slaves:  61.  Edgefield County, SC, Old Wills, Book A-B, 1806 - 1818, Vol II, Frances T. Ingmire, 1982, p 137-140: Will of Samuel Mays: "I do hereby appoint my trusty friends, Major William Moore, Captain Elihu Creswell, Westly Brooks and John Lipscomb and my three sons... as they attain the age of twenty one years, executors of this my last will and testament... this tenth day of July" 1813. Wit: William Grissam, William Mays, Thos. Anderson. Recorded in Will Book A, p 357-360. Proven 28 Mar 1816. Original will not in files of Probate Judge.  ??Marriage & Death Notices From Upper SC Newspaper, 1843-1865: Laurensville Weekly Herald, 25 May 1849, [USC], p4: Died in Laurens District, on the 23d inst., Mr. William Moore, aged about 70.
+ 11 v Ann "Nancy"3 MOORE [1173], born abt 1780; died 1830.  She married ; (1) John COWDREY [1192]. (2) John Colcock MAYSON [1171]
 

4. Richard2 MOORE [2941] (William1), died abt 1805.  He married  Patty MARSHALL [3327], died abt 1812.

Notes for Richard MOORE
 Roster of SC Patriots in the Am Rev, Bobby Gilmer Moss: Moore, Richard:  He served in the militia after the fall of Charleston. A.A. 5329A; W562.

 The Jury Lists of SC 1778-1779, Ge Lee Corley Hendrix & Morm McKoy Lindsay, Gen Pub Co, 1980: 20 February 1779; Ninety-six District:  Grand Jury Lists for Ninety-Six District: Near Ninety-Six Court House:  Richard Moore, John Moore, William Moore, James Moore.   Petit-Jury List for Ninety-Six Dist.: Near Ninety-Six Court House:  John Bostick, Richard Moore, John Moore, William Moore, James Mayson, James Moore.   A List of Special Jurymen: James Moore, William Moore... John Moore, John Bostick...  Richard Moore...

 12 Jan 1782 was named as an executor for James Moore's estate.

 Index to SC Land Grants 1784-1800: Land owner:  Moore, Richard. pg 463, Vol 1, Class 2, 1785.  pg 325, Vol 2, 1785.  pg 465, Vol 5, 1785. pg 354, Vol 7, Class 2, 1785.

 Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12, Hendrix, Deed Book 1: pp 136-137, 28 Apr 1787:  Bill of Sale.  John Marshall of Abbeville Co. SC to
Richard Moore of Edgefield Co SC for 160 pounds, sold negroe slaves...To Wit:
Toe Cab & 3 children named Fed, Phib, & Charity.  s/ John Marshall.  Wit:  John White, Henry White, who swore by oath 13 Oct 1788 before Leroy Hammond, J.P.

 Edgefield Co SC Records: Petit Juror Edgefield 1788.  List 12.; Grand Juror Edgefield 1788.  List 21.

 1790 SC Census, Ninety-six District, Edgefield County: Moore, Richard: Free White Males 16+:  4; Free White Males 16-:  2; Free White Females:  2; Slaves:  12.

 Abstracts of Moore Records of SC; 1694-1865, Janie Revill, The State Company,
Columbia, SC: Abbeville Records (Wills & Probate). William Moore - Estate Admr. Davis Moore and Julius Nichols aptd. Jan. 4, 1791. ...File has letter from Richard Moore to Ordinary, stating deceased was his brother, mentions another brother, John Moore, waives right to appointment, requests appointment Davis Moore, "next of kin," and Julius Nichols, " a relative of deceased."

 Edgefield Co SC Wills, 1787-1836, James E. & Vivian Wooley, So Hist Press, 1991, p 10: p 28, 13 Jan 1791. Henry Childs, of Abbeville Co., SC.Gave to Nancy Chiles, dau of brother James Chiles, brother William Chiles, William Edens, ... Wit: Richard Moore & Bennett W. Million... Proved in open Court by the oath of Richard Moore. June term 1791 & ord. recorded. [Archibald Mayson married Phoebe Chiles and Sarah Mayson married John Chiles, Jr.]

 Edgefield Co SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12; Hendrix; Deed Book 6: pg 94-96. 28 Mar 1792:  Mortgage:  Joseph Huston, taylor, to White & Moore, Merchants, all of Edgefield Co. SC for 15 pounds, sold Smoaker - a bay horse, a mare & colt, 1 feather bed & furniture, 2 bedsteads, 1 brinded cow & calf, 1 heifer, 1 woman's saddle, 1 man's saddle, 2 bridles, 1 silver watch, 6 chairs, 1 hair trunk, 1 pot, 1 Dutch oven, 1 sett knives & forks, 1 case bottles.  If payment of above obligation be made this deed null & void.  s/ Joseph Huston.
Wit:  Richard Waler Thomas (sic) & Richard Moore, both of whom swore by oath 20 Apr 1792 before Arthur Simkins.  Rcd. 2 May 1792.

 Edgefield Co SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12; Deed Book 8: p 40.   4 Feb 1793:  Bill of Sale:  Richard & John Moore, Executors of James Moore, dec'd., to John White for 70 pounds, sold a negro slave named Charles. s/ Richard Moore, John Moore.  Wit:  William Moore, R. Robt. McComb.  Rcd. (no date).

 Edgefield Co SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12; Deed Book 7: pp 135-137.  Apr 1793:  Deed of Gift:  Richard Moore of Edgefield Co. SC to Creswell Moore, for natural love & affection I bear my son for the better support & maintance of him & his family after my decease, gives 150 acres originally granted unto John Walker who conveyed to said Richard Moore being on branch of Cuffetown Creek of savannah River adj. NW John Savage, Esqr. & SE & NE William Davis.  s/ Richard Moore.  Wit:  David Lilly, William White, Thomas Johnson, who swore by oath 1 Apr 1793 before John Moore, J.P.  Rcd 20 May 1793.

 Edgefield Co SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12; Deed Book 7: pp 137-138.  1 Apr 1793:  Richard Moore of Edgefield Co. SC hereunto moving, to Criswell Moore, my son, for love & affection & better maintance of him & his family after my decease, grant the following negroes to wit:  Harry, Sylvy, & Hannah also 2 feather beds & furniture & 2 horses, 1 waggon & geers.  s/ Richard Moore.  Wit:  ...

 Edgefield Co SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12; Deed Book 7: pp 138-139.    1793:  Richard Moore of Edgefield Co. SC hereunto moving to John M. Moore, my son for love & affection and for better support & amaintenance of him & his family after my decease grant & give 3 negroes to wit:  Joe, Clary, & Sampson:  Als 2 feather beds & furniture & 2 horses & other goods & chattels.
s/ Richard Moore. ...

 Edgefield Co SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12; Deed Book 7: pp 140-141.  1 Apr 1793:  Deed of Gift:  Richard Moore of Edgefield Co. SC hereunto moving to Tabitha Moore, my daughter, for love & affection & better support of her & her family after my decease, give 4 negroes to wit:  Frank, Lucy, Jimmy & Bob; also 2 feather beds & furniture, 1 riding chair, 2 horses. s/ Richard Moore...

 Edgefield Co SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12; Deed Book 7: pp 141-143.  1793: Deed of Gift:  Richard Moore of Edgefield Co SC hereunto moving, to William Moore, my son of same place for love & affection...give 6 negroes to wit:  Bason, Big Betty, George, Fanny, Jim & little Bitty;  also 2 feather beds & furniture, 3 horses, 24 head of cattle, 14 sheep, 40 hogs.  s/ Richard Moore...

 Edgefield Co. SC Records: Moore, Richard - To his children - Edgefield April 1793.  7-135-143.   Sons:  Creswell - 100 A. on Coffeetown.  Bd. Wm. Davis, et al. John M. Moore.   Dau:  Tabitha Moore.   Son:  William Moore.

 Edgefield Co. SC Records: Moore, Jonathan - Appointed Tax Collector.  Bond dated 15 March 1797. S:  T. Bostick, Samuel Mays, Richard Moore.   Wit:  Joseph Hightower, Arthur Simkins. Bond for faithful performance of duties.
Edgefield Misc. Rec. B, pg 18.

 SC Mag of Ancestral Research, Vol 15, 1987, p 166: Some Jury Lists from Ninety Six District.  ... at Cambridge on sixteenth day of Nov. next for Dist 96 to serve as Grand Jurors... in the year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Ninety eight... From No. 1 to No. 2 Jury Box.  12. Richard Moore, Edgefield County.

 Edgefield Co. SC Records: Moore, Richard - Edgefield Probate - Will 3 Dec 1804.  Bk. A.  Wife:  Patsey - all property.  Ex:  Wife qualified 12 Oct 1807
Wit:  H.M. Millan (?), Wm. Statteworth and Wm. Paine.  Proven:  27 Oct 1806
See card of Patty Moore- 1812 Will.  She was Patty Marshall.

 Abstract of Moore Records of SC, 1694-1865, Janie Revill, The State Co, Columbia, p 20, Edgefield Records: Richard Moore - Will, dated Dec 3, 1804; wife Patsey (got all property - children, not mentioned) Exor. wife; wit. H.M. Melland (?), Wm. Statteworth and Wm Paine. Proven Oct 27, 1806.

 Indexes to the County Wills of SC, Houston: (May be found in the SC Collection of the University of SC Library, Columbia) Edgefield County Wills:
Moore, Richard   Vol 1 for years 1785-1818, Section A, pg 391.

 The Carolina Genealogist, Colonial Records: Account of Plats for Lands Granted Before the Late War with Great Britian, which are now in the Surveyor-General's Office:  But were never recorded. Printed by Young & Faust, State Printers, Columbia, June 1796. (at Kendall Collection, S. Caroliniana Library). (recorded in 1812-1818 - Vol 13-21 of the Colonial Plats - SC Archives,1 Plat   Moore, Richard.

 Early American Series; SC Vol 2 (WPB Gen Lib 8/95) ???Moore, Richard   96 Dist   1779.  Moore, Richard   96 Dist   1779.

 Edgefield Co. SC Wills 1787-1836, James E. & Vivian Woolley, So. Hist Press
1991: p 10:  Will Book A, p 28 ...13 Jan 179?...I, Henry Childs, of Abbeville Co., SC...Wit: Richard Moore and Bennett W. Million...Proved in open Court by the oath of Richard Moore.  June term 1791 and ord. recorded.

 Edgefield Co. SC Wills 1787-1836, James E. & Vivian Woolley, So. Hist Press
1991: p 63: Will Book A, p 234. 3 Dec 1804...I, Richard Moore, being of sound & disposing mind & memory.  I give unto my beloved wife Patsey Moore all my
personal property now belonging to me at her disposal.  Wit:  Wm. Mellan,
William Stallworth & William Paine.  Signed Richard Moore.. Proved by the oath of William Stallsworth this 27 Oct 1806 & recorded the 13 May 1807.  Jn. Timkins, OED.. & Patsey Moore qualified as executrix to the above the 12 Oct 1807.

 Edgefield Co., SC, Minutes of the County Court 1785-1796, Brent H. Holcomb, So. Hist. Press, 1979: p 8  (15) Ordered that the sheriff return the writ of Venire for the Grand Jury the names of the Grand Jury that appeared...Frances Moore...Richard Moore...

 Edgefield Co., SC, Minutes of the County Court 1785-1796, Brent H. Holcomb, So. Hist. Press, 1979: p 97  (209) Ordered that the Petit Jury be drawn to serve next court  The names of the Jurors drawn...23.  Richard Moore...

 Edgefield Co., SC, Minutes of the County Court 1785-1796, Brent H. Holcomb, So. Hist. Press, 1979: p 155  (18) Richard & John Moore vs George & Samuel Abney.  Plffs.  Decree fro the plffs. for pd 6 s 12 with interest from 16th Nov 1792 & costs of suit.

 Edgefield Co., SC, Minutes of the County Court 1785-1796, Brent H. Holcomb, So. Hist. Press, 1979: p 159  (27) Toliver Bostick assignee James Hawkins vs William Moore son of Rd. (Richard)... Francis Lightfood vs. Wm. Moore son of Rd. (Richard)...

 Edgefield Co., SC, Minutes of the County Court 1785-1796, Brent H. Holcomb, So. Hist. Press, 1979: p 168  (51) Ordered that the grand Jurors be drawn to serve as grand Jurors at next October Term the following persons were drawn (to wit)... 14.  Richard Moore...

 Edgefield County, SC, Old Wills, Book A-B, 1787 - 1806, Vol I, Frances T. Ingmire, 1982, p 30: Will of Henry Childs.  13 Jan 1791... Wit: Richard Moore, Bennett W. Miltion.  Recorded in Will Book A, p 28. Recorded June Term 1791. R. Tutt.  Box 36, Pkg 1360.

 LOOK UP:

 Index to Wills of Charleston Co, SC 1671-1868, Charleston Free Library, 1950: Moore, William - vol 19 (1780-83), p 231.  Moore, William - Vol 20 (1783-86), p 394.  Moore, Richard - Vol 41 (1834-39), p 841.

Notes for Patty MARSHALL
 Edgefield Co. SC Records: Moore, Patty - Edgefield Probate Bx 108-28  Will 1812.  Dau:  Patsy Stott - "Part of my father's, John Marshall, estate.   Sons: John Marshall Moore, Creswell Moore. Brother:  John Marshall - dec'd. 1812. "That part of estate of my brother, John Marshall, dec'd. which at his death he willed to my husband, Richard Moore - on Choranaker Creek, Abbeville Dist."   Ex:  Abdel Stott, Thos B. Waller, Jonathan Moore.   Wit:  John Hagood, Sally Moore, and Sarah Hill Prov: 7 Apl. 1814. See card Richard Moore.  There were 2 Patty Moores in Edgefield. See estate of John Moore - 1806.

 Edgefield Co. S.C. Wills 1787-1836, James E. & Vivian Wooley, So Hist Press
1991: p 96:  p 332. 26 June 1812...I, Patty Moore, being in health of body and of sound mind and memory & understanding. I give to my dtr. Patsey Scott and her heirs all that part of my father estate John Marshal decd. which is to come to me at the death of my mother except five shillings sterling to each of my sons viz:  John Marshal & Criswell Moore to be paid out of the same.  I give to my dtr. Patsey Scott a gray mare which has been delivered to her with two feather beds & furniture & some household and kitchen furniture also at my death I give to my dtr. such articles now in possession of my son Criswell Moore viz:  two feather beds & furniture, the cupboard, my small still and whatever other furniture he may have for my dtr.  I also give to my dtr. Patsey Scott & sons John Marshall & Criswell Moore all that part of the estate of my brother John Marshall decd. which at his death willed to my husband Richard Moore decd. (except my) part of a tract of land & being on Cherokee Creek in Abbeville Dist.  I appoint Abdel Scott and Thomas B. Waller & Jonathan Moore executors. Wit:  John Hagood, Sally Moore & Sarah Hill... Signed Patty Moore...Proved by the oath of John Hagood the 7 April 1814 & same time qualified Abdel Scott as executor.  Recorded 7 June 1814...Jn. Timkins, O.E.D.. [Recorded in Will Book "A", p 330, 24 Dec 1813; Box 25, pkg 905]

 Abstract of Moore Records of SC, 1694-1865, Janie Revill, The State Co, Columbia, p 20:  Patty Moore - Will, dated 1812; sons, John Marshall Moore and Creswell Moore; daughter, Patsey Stott; deceased Father, John Marshall, Sr., deceased brother, John Marshall, Jr. Mentions deceased husband, Richard Moore, who had land on Choranaker Creek, Abbeville Dist. Prov. Apr 7, 1814.

 Children of Richard MOORE and Patty MARSHALL were as follows:
+ 12 i Creswell3 MOORE [3316], died abt 1839.  He married Mary (---) [1237].
 13 ii John Marshall3 MOORE [3317], died 1820.   Edgefield County SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12; Deed Book 7: pp 138-139.  1793:  Richard Moore of Edgefield Co. SC hereunto moving to John M. Moore, my son for love & affection and for better support & maintenance of him & his family after my decease grant & give 3 negroes to wit:  Joe, Clary, & Sampson:  Also 2 feather beds & furniture & 2 horses & other goods & chattels. s/ Richard Moore.  Wit:  David Lilly, William White, Thomas Johnson, who swore by oath 1 Apr 1793 before John Moore, J.P.  Recd. 20 May 1793.  Edgefield Co. SC Records: Moore, John M. - Edgefield File 20 May 1820  Misc. D-199 and 194:  Trustee for Susanna Stott - wife of Jacob Stott of Edgefield Dist.   Page 213 of Patsy Stott wife of Abdiell Stott.  Col. John Moore, Trustee (Said John M. Moore)  300 A. on Coffee Town Creek.
 14 iii Tabitha3 MOORE [3318], died bef 26 Jun 1812.   Edgefield County SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12; Deed Book 7: pp 140-141.  1 Apr 1793:  Deed of Gift:  Richard Moore of Edgefield Co SC hereunto moving to Tabitha Moore, my daughter, for love & affection & better support of her & her family after my decease, give 4 negroes to wit:  Frank, Lucy, Jimmy & Bob; also 2 feather beds & furniture, 1 riding chair, 2 horses. s/ Richard Moore.  Wit:  David Lilly, William White, Thomas Johnson, who swore by oath Apr 1793 before John Moore, J.P.  Rcd. 20 May 1793.  Could her husband be Julius Nichols, Jr.?  He was related to Wm Moore II.
 15 iv William3 MOORE [3315], died bef 26 Jun 1812.   Edgefield County SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12: Deed Book 7: pg 141-143.  1793:  Deed of gift:  Richard Moore of Edgefield Co. SC hereunto moving, to William Moore, my son of same place for love & affection...give 6 negroes to wit:  Bason, Big Betty, George, Fanny, Jim & little Bitty;  also 2 feather beds & furniture.  3 horses, 24 head of cattle, 14 sheep, 40 hogs. s/ Richard Moore  Wit:...1 Apr 1793 before John Moore, J.P.  Rcd 20 May 1793.  Edgefield Co SC Wills 1787-1836, James E. & Vivian Wooley, So Hist Press, 1991: p 33 (124) 11 Jan 1797...I Thomas Johnson, ...Wit:  William Moore... p 105 (357) 10 July 1813...I Samuel Mays...I appoint my friend Major William Moore, Capt Elihu Creswell... p 176 (208) 13 Jul 1822...I Martha Moore,...Also after the death of my son Green Moore I give to my grandson William the tract of land on the road leading from Cambridge to the ridge & the negro woman named Jane... p 177  (210)  23 June 1824...I, John Clark, Senr...Wit:  William Moore.  Edgefield Co., SC, Minutes of the County Court 1785-1796, Brent H. Holcomb, So. Hist. Press, 1979: p 159  (27)  16 Oct 1794: Toliver Bostick assignee James Hawkins vs William Moore son of Rd. [Richard]. Debt.  The same Jury as before on their oaths do say we find for the plaintiff according to note. Francis Lightfood vs Wm. Moore, son of Rd. [Richard]  Debt.  The same Jury as before on their oaths do say we find for the plff according to note with interest and costs.  ??? Edgefield Co., SC, Minutes of the County Court 1785-1796, Brent H. Holcomb, So. Hist. Press, 1979: p 164  (42)  6 Jan 1795: On application of William Moore by Colonel Sanuel May, permission was granted to him to keep Tavern. Securities Samuel Mays and William Butler, Esq. On Petition of Sundry inhabitants for a road from Gorman's to the new road. Ordered that William Moore, Thomas Spragins, and Nathaniel Abney do view the ground and report to next court.  Edgefield Co., SC, Minutes of the County Court 1785-1796, Brent H. Holcomb, So. Hist. Press, 1979: p 170  (55)  11 Mar 1795: On application of David Richardson permission was granted him to keep Tavern securities Davis Williams & William Moore.  Edgefield Co., SC, Minutes of the County Court 1785-1796, Brent H. Holcomb, So. Hist. Press, 1979: p 177  (75)  17 Mar 1795: William Moore vs John Spragins Gorman.  Plffs.  Dismissed default costs.
 16 v Patsy3 MOORE [3328].  She married  Abdel SCOTT [3329].
 

5. John T.2 MOORE [2940] (William1), died aft 1791.  He married  Martha GREEN [3325], died abt 1825, daughter of Peter GREEN [9045] and Thamar (---) [9046].

Notes for John T. MOORE
 Calendar:
1772:  Bought land in Edgefield County
1776:  Complained, not enough Jurors for Ninety-six
1778:  Presentments of the Grand Jury for 96, signed by John
1778:  A commissioner in charge of road repair
12 Jan 1780:  James Moore's will written; John is an exec.
23 Sep 1782:  James Moore's will proven
1790 Census:  in Edgefield, over 16
4 Jan 1791:
1 Feb 1791:  Appt. Davis Moore as Attorney
1793:  Deed of gift to 2 sons
1795:  Last year as a justice
1796:  Mortgage in Edgefield Co.; John is still alive, because John, Jr.
       witnessed
1806: Wrote will.

 The SC Mag of Ancestral Research, Vol X, No 1; Winter 1982: A Regiment of SC Continental Corps of Artillery: Will Mitchell's Company Enlisted for Capt. Davis: ???Moore, John

 ??The Patriots at Kings Mountain, Bobby Gilmer Moss, Scotia-Hibernia Press, 1990, p 280: Men who were Possibly on the Kings Mountain Campaign or were possibly in the Battle: ... Moore, James; Moore, John; Moore, William.

 Some South Carolinians in the Revolution, Sara Sullivan Ervin, Gen Pub Co, 1971: p 82: List of Officers of the militia of SC who took part in the War of the Revolution 1775-1783:  ??Moore, John Major; Lt. Col. John Thomas' Regiment of Light Dragoons.

 Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 1: 1786-1790, p 36-41. 1789: David Cunningham... swore by oath 12 Oct 1789 before John Moore, J.P...

 Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 1: 1786-1790, pg 188-189. 13 Jul 1789: Bill of Sales: Russell Wilson... swore by oath 14 Jul 1789 bef John Moore, J.P.

 Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 1: 1786-1790, p 218-222. 5 Mar 1790: Joseph Collier... adj... being land granted John Moore, but now property of Joseph Collier...

 Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 2: 1787-1788, p 43-46. 13 Aug 1785: Peter Green... 344 acres on Ninety-Six Creek, adj. William Martin's heirs; James Moore's heirs; James Jones' land now the property of Joel Lipscomb; James Burton; Isaac Crowthers & Jacob Smith. s/ Peter (x) Green. Wit: John Moore, James Chiles, James Beal.

 Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 3: 1787-1789, p 130-134. 19 Jan 1789: Blassengame Harvey... adj. Christian Buckhalter & John Moore...

 Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 3: 1787-1789, p 279-283. 25 Feb 1788: Rebecca Hogains... who swore by oath 13 Oct 1788 before John Moore, J.P.

 Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 4: 1790, p 82-87. 2 May 1780: Elenor McKinney... who swore by oath 20 Jan 1789 before John Moore, J.P.

 Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 4: 1790, p 229. 19 Jan 1790: John Pound... who swore by oath 12 Jul 1790... John Pound... before John Moore, J.P.

 Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 4: 1790, p 230. 7 July 1790: John Pound... before John Moore, J.P.

 Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 4: 1790, p 257-263. 14 Aug 1790: George Forrest... before John Moore, J.P.

 Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 5: 1791, p 179-180. 6 Aug 1791: John Spann Senr... before John Moore, J.P.

 Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 6: 1791-1792, p 123-127. 29 Dec 1792: John Holloway... swore by oath 17 May 1793 before John Moore, J.P.

 Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 6: 1791-1792, p 230-238. 6 Jan 1791: Thomas Willoughby Waters... before John Moore, J.P.

 Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 6: 1791-1792, p 258-260. 18 Feb 1791: William Thomas... before John Moore, J.P.

 Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 6: 1791-1792, p 343-353. 12 Apr 1792: Reverend John Springer... before John Moore, J.P...

 Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 7: 1792-1794, p 135-137. Apr 1793: Deed of Gift: Richard Moore to Creswell Moore... who swore by oath 1 Apr 1793 before John Moore, J.P. Recorded 20 May 1793.

 Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 7: 1792-1794, p 137-138. 1 Apr 1793: Richard Moore... to Criswell Moore... who swore by oath 1 Apr 1793 before John Moore, J.P.

 Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 7: 1792-1794, p 138-139. 1793: Richard Moore... to John M. Moore... before John Moore, J.P.

 Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 7: 1792-1794, p 140-141. 1 Apr 1793: Richard Moore... to Tabitha Moore... before John Moore, J.P.

 Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 7: 1792-1794, p 141-143. 1793: Richard Moore... to William Moore... before John Moore, J.P.

 Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 7: 1792-1794, p 176-178. 12 Sep 1793: John Todd... before John Moore, J.P.

 Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 7: 1792-1794, p 196-198. 5 Feb 1794: Mortgage: David Johnson... before John Moore, J.P.

 Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 7: 1792-1794, p 245-247. 11 Jul 1792: Mortgage: Simon Gentry... before John Moore, J.P.

 Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 7: 1792-1794, p 329. Letter to Richard Tutt... swore by oath 22 Dec 1792 before John Moore, J.P.

 Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 8: 1793-1794, p 40. 4 Feb 1793: Bill of Sale: Richard & John Moore, Exec of James Moore, dec'd. to John White for 70 pounds, sold a negro slave named Charles...

 Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 8: 1793-1794, p 41-45. 17 Sept 1792: William Anderson... before John Moore, J.P.

 Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 8: 1793-1794, p 77-82. 27 Aug 1792: John Harris... before John Moore, J.P.

 Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 8: 1793-1794, p 235-237. 11 Nov 1789: Joseph Lewis to William Morris, both of Edgefield Co., SC... before John Moore, J.P.

 Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 8: 1793-1794, p 373-375. 7 Nov 1792: William Anderson... before John Moore, J.P.

 Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 10: 1791-1794, p 352-354. 2 Apr 1793: Deed of Gift: John Moore, hereunto moving & for natural love and affection to my sons, Green Moore, and James McMillan, all of Edgefield Co, SC, give 9 negroes to wit: Hand; Mingo; Sam; Tubb; Penny; Jacob; Bob; Phebe; & Jenny; 7 feather beds & furniture; 1 waggon; 6 horses; 28 cattle; 25 sheep; 45 hogs; 1 walnut desk and plantation tools together with other household & kitchen furniture. s/John Moore.  Wit: William (x) Dillard, John (x) Morgan, Martin Morgan, who swore by oath 12 Apr 1793 before Julius Nichols, Junr. J.P. Recorded 2 Sep 1793.

 Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 10: 1791-1794, p 354-356. 2 Apr 1793: Deed of Gift: John Moore of Edgefield Co SC here unto moving & for natural love & affection for my son, Green Moore & James McMillan, give 292 acres originally granted to John & Robert Cunningham & conveyed from them to said John Moore being on Ninety Six Creek adj. SE by Colbord Anderson; SW by Samuel Ramsey & all other sides vacant when surveyed.  s/ John Moore.  Wit: Martin Morgan, William (x) Dillard, John Morgan. Abbeville Co. SC: Martin Morgan swore by oath 12 Apr 1793 before Julius Nichols, Junr., J.P. Recorded 2 Sep 1793.
 

Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 10: 1791-1794, p 24-28. 3 Jun 1794: Samuel Goode... who swore by oath before John Moore, J.P...

 Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 10: 1791-1794, p 28-30. 13 Aug 1793: Mackerness Goode... 5 Jun 1794 before John Moore, J.P...

 Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 10: 1791-1794, p 30-32. Cambridge - 13 Aug 1792: Bill of Sale:  Joseph Sanders... 5 Jun 1794 before John Moore, J.P.

 Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 11: 1794-1795, p 21-24. 23 May 1792: Julius Nichols, Junr. of Cambridge SC to ... before John Moore, J.P.

 Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 11: 1791-1794, p 317-319. 5 Jun 1790: John Holloway, Senr... swore by oath 17 Oct 1794 before John Moore, J.P.

 Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 11: 1794-1795, p 319-322. 5 Jun 1792: John Pool... swore by oath 17 Oct 1794 before John Moore, J.P.

 Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 12: 1794-1796, p 342-345. 13 Dec 1789: Fredrick Glover... Wit.: Tolaver Bostick... who swore by oath 30 Dec 1789 before John Moore, J.P.

 Edgefield Co, SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796; Vol 1, GE Lee Corley Hendrix, So Hist Press, Inc 1985: Deed Book 12: 1794-1796, p 401-402. 21 Nov 1794: Ezekiel Smith... 5 Jan 1795 before John Moore, J.P.

 7500 Marriages from Ninety-Six and Abbeville Dist, SC 1774-1890, Larry Pursley, p 136: Moore, _____ & Martha Green, B-1797, PCR.

 1790 SC Census, Ninety-Six District, Edgefield County: Moore, John Esqr: Free White Males 16+: 2; Free White Males 16-: 3; Free White Females: 6; Slaves: 9.

 Edgefield Co, SC Old Wills, Book A-B, 1787-1806, Vol I, Mrs. Frances T. Ingmire, 1982, p 103-104: Will of Matthew Ramsay of Edgefield Co, SC...give and divise to my loving brother William Ramsay 200 acres of land joining
the tract where I live and lies on the Easter Side, thereof adjoining lands of Tolover Bostick, Phil Boseman, and John Moore....Wit: Green Moore...

 1810 SC Census, Edgefield County, pg 84: John Moore: Free White Males 26-45:  3; Free White Males 45 and over: 1; Slaves:  30.

 Edgefield Co SC Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12; Deed Book 12: pp 600-606.  25 Jan 1796:  Mortgage:  John Moore to Benjamin Glover & Archibald Campbell, otherwise called Benj. Glover & Co. for penal sum of 81 pounds...sold 150 acres originally granted 17 Feb 1767 unto Robert Cunningham who conveyed 23
Jul 1772 to said Moore being the place where said Moore formerly lived.  Land
is on branch of 96 Creek & adj. Culberd Anderson, John Cunningham & Samuel
Ransey.  s/ John Moore.  Wit:  John Moore, Jr., william McMillan, who swore by oath 10 Mar 1796 before J. Nichols, J.P. Rcd 12 Mar 1796.

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