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William Narissa Moore (c1799-1860)

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William Narissa Moore was born circa 1799 in Screven County, Georgia, United States to John William Moore (1774-1837) and Dicey Sikes (c1780-aft1819) and died 1 November 1860 in Emanuel County, Georgia, United States of unspecified causes. He married Susannah Newton (c1807-aft1850) circa 1820 in United States. He married Cynthia Waters (-) before 1840 in United States. He married Mary Matilda Waters (1831-1909) 27 April 1851 in Emanuel County, Georgia, United States.




Children


Offspring of William Narissa Moore and Susannah Newton (c1807-aft1850)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Emily Moore (c1820-)
John Wesley Moore (1827-1888)
William Newton Moore (1837-1899)
Martha Moore (1833-1909)
Mary Moore (-)

Offspring of William Narissa Moore and Cynthia Waters (-)
Name Birth Death Joined with
William Newton Moore (1837-1890)
Thomas Jefferson Moore (1841-1922) 25 March 1841 Jefferson County, Georgia, United States 17 July 1922 Georgia, United States
Amanda Moore (c1843-)
Lucinda J Moore (c1845-)
Beniah S Moore (c1847-)
Sarah J Moore (c1848-)

Offspring of William Narissa Moore and Mary Matilda Waters (1831-1909)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Nancy Moore (c1851-)
Susannah Moore (c1852-)
Jordan Moore (c1855-)
Seaborn Soloman Sikes Moore (1857-1933)
Dicey A C Moore (1859-1889)
Emma Narcissus Moore (1861-1901)


I am researching my Great Grandfather X (4) - William Narissa Moore born about 1799 in Screven Co. Ga.

Married Cynthia Waters

they had Thomas Jefferson Moore born 3-25-1841 in Jefferson Co Ga d july 17, 1922 buried Jesup City Cemetery - Jessup Ga along with second wife Martha Jane Barker


Sources and notes

‡ General
₪ Wedding
  • divorced around 1840


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