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William Moore

Male 1725 - 1790  (65 years)

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  • Name William Moore 
    Born 1725  , Chesterfield, Virginia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 1790  , Campbell, Virginia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I23  Master
    Last Modified 3 Jan 2016 

    Family Elizabeth 
     1. Jane Moore  [Birth]
     2. Leuss Rhodes Moore  [Birth]
    +3. Thomas Moore,   b. 1748, , Chesterfield, Virginia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 3 Nov 1834, , Campbell, Virginia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 86 years)
     4. William Moore,   b. 1757, , , Virginia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
    Last Modified 3 Jan 2016 
    Family ID F12  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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    Link to Google MapsBorn - 1725 - , Chesterfield, Virginia, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDied - 1790 - , Campbell, Virginia, USA Link to Google Earth
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    William Moore 1779 Virginia Land Patent
    William Moore 1779 Virginia Land Patent (3)

  • Notes 
    • William MOORE b 1757 VA,mar Campbell Co 3 Nov 1789, Winifred TERRELL (dau David TERRELL & wid of Edward
      WOODHAM). Among ch were William,Jr & prob Mary (Polly) & Sarah. Family was part of a migration frm Campbell Co to Fairfield,Highland,OH bet ca 1816,then to Randolph Co,IN in 1820's where William & Winifred d 1855. I believe he is the son of William MOORE whose 1790 will pr in Campbell Co, names wife Elizabeth, sons William & Thomas, & daus Luce ROADS & Jane MOORE,dividing among them the 500 acres of a patent he rec 28 Oct 1788 in Bedford Co on the west branches of Seneca Creek. Wit to the will Mary & John RICHARDSON were the sis & bro-in-law of Winifred TERRELL. Would welcome any info about this family.

      Nov 17, 1997 - 23:21 - From: - Joann Jameson

      NAME Moore, William
      DATE 1790
      SOURCE Will Book 1, 1782-1800 (Reel 19)
      p. 169-171. Will pro. 2 Sept. 1790.
      p. 201-203. Estate division, 1 Sept. 1791.
      NOTE Part of index to Campbell County Wills and Administrations (1782 - 1800)

      CAMPBELL Will Pg. 169
      I, William Moore of Campbell, sick in body but of good and
      perfect memory...first all my just debts to be paid..
      To my daughter, Jane More, 100 acres in the forks of the road where I now live, and 1 mare & colt all the household furniture and 3 cows.
      To my son William More 200 acres out of the tract I now live on, 3 cows.
      To my son Thomas More 100 acres where he now lives.
      To my daughter Leuss Roads 100 acres where she now lives.
      My desire is that my wife Elizabeth More, may live her lifetime on the place where she now lives & to live on what I have given my daughter Jane More & at my wife's death, my desire is that my daughter Jane shall enjoy what I have now given her.
      Executor: my son William More.. signed July 28, 1790
      William (X his mark) More
      Wit: Mary & John Richardson, D. (or B.) Arthur.

      At Campbell Ct. of Sept. 2, 1790 the Will of William More deceased, was proven on the oaths of witnesses Mary & John Richardson and ordered. The executor was granted a certificate for obtaining probate. John Shakelford & John Richardson were his securities.

      PG. 201 Estate division: Per Campbell Ct. order, we have allotted the estate of William Moore deceased, agreeable to his Will, as follows:
      To Thomas Moore 100 acres bounded by Payne's Road
      To Jean Moore 100 acres bounded by Ward's road, Thomas Moore's line. Also 1 white mare and colt, 6 pewter plates, 2 pewter dishes, 1 earthen teapot, 6 cups and saucers, 1 feather bed and furniture, 1 chaff ditto and furniture, 1 oak table, a 7 gallon iron pot, 1 dutch oven, 1 kettle, 1 pair worping barns*, 1 poplar chest, 1 black cow, 1 brown cow, no horns, 1 black heifer no horns, 1 pair pot hooks, 1 box iron and two heaters, 6 knives & forks 1 pair shears & scissors, 1 churn, 2 pails, 1 piggin, 5 books, 6 pewter spoons, 1 cotton wheel.
      The above allotment to Jane Moore appears by the Will to be lent to Eliza. Moore, during her life.
      To Luce Roads 100 acres bounded by Richardson's, Wards Road,
      Jane Moore & Murry's order line.
      To William Moore 200 acres, it being the residue of 500 acres of land that was patented to said William Moore ded'd, after deducting the 3 foregoing tracts of 100 each, laid off as before described. Also 1 pied cow, no horns, 1 brown heifer ditto, 1 yellow ditto.
      Signed Sept. 1, 1791 Henry Edison, John Shackleford, Charles
      Mo. Talbote. recorded Sept. 1, 1791
      *(note; the books transcriber has underlined the o in worping & r in barns indicating the letters were faint and a guess on the transcribers part)kw.[end]

      MOORE, TERRELL, MINTER, HOLLOWAY - William Moore b. Oct,1767 d. Oct,1855 wife Winifred (TERRELL) MOORE b. Oct 14, 1760 d. Oct,1855. Son William MOORE Jr. b. Jun,1794 d.Jan,1857. William Jr. married Jincy MINTER, dau of John and Susanna MINTER (MINTER is not known where they came from). They all came from Campbell County, Virgina. Went to Ohio for a short period (time period unknown). In the 1820's came to Randolph County,Indiana. From William MOORE Jr. down, I have a lot of information. Would love have information of where the MINTER's and TERRELL's came from. The HOLLOWAY's married into the MOORE family in Randolph County, Indiana. Would anyone have information if these where the same HOLLOWAY's that are in Campbell County...

      possible marriage record
      Aug. 21. 1758 William Moore / Betsy Bird
      Norfolk County James Bird

      Oct. 18. 1766 William Moore / Elizabeth Fluner Sussex

      Mar 22 1774 Thomas Moore / Nancy Hughes Walton Prince Edward Dad George Walton