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George A Gore (c1865)

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George A Gore was born circa 1865 in Andrew County, Missouri, United States to Green Lee Gore (1831-1899) and Emeline Cummins (1838-1903) . He married Mollie J Stephens (1873-1893) 6 January 1891 in Buchanan County, Missouri, United States. He married Stella Lenore Hall (1876-1953) 1898 in Missouri, United States. Notable ancestors include Charlemagne (747-814), Hugh Capet (c940-996), Rurik (c832-879), William I of England (1027-1087), Henry II of England (1133-1189), Alfred the Great (849-899). Ancestors are from the United States, England, Germany, the United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Russia, Ukraine, Belgium, the Netherlands, Spain, Portugal, Denmark, Italy, Hungary, Belarus, the Byzantine Empire, Turkey.




Children


Offspring of George A Gore and Mollie J Stephens (1873-1893)
Name Birth Death Joined with
George Robert Gore (1892-?)

Offspring of George A Gore and Stella Lenore Hall (1876-1953)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Lee Edward Gore (1899-1970) 8 April 1899 Missouri, United States 23 April 1970 Los Angeles County, California, United States Margaret E Wright (c1897-?)

Dorothy Gore (1903-1995) 18 February 1903 Missouri, United States 24 October 1995 Los Angeles County, California, United States ? Michel

Public Records

  • 1910 Census - Kansas Ward 10, Jackson County, Missouri - 69/71 - 3209 E 25
    • George A Gore, 45 MO, 2nd marriage, 13 years, stock yard tender
    • Stella L Gore, 39 MO, 2 of 2 children
    • Lee Gore, 11 MO
    • Dorothy Gore, 7 MO
  • 1920 Census - Kansas City Ward 14, Jackson County, Missouri - 221/233 - 3343 College Ave
    • George A Gore, 53 MO, cattle speculator
    • Stella L Gore, 47 MO
    • Lee E Gore, 23 MO. bank clerk
    • Dorothy Gore, 16 MO



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