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The Jeremiah Moore family migrated to Carter County, Kentucky area. Then by 1850 to Clayton County, Iowa, then by 1854 Madison County, Iowa, then abt 1864 they left for Oregon with two bachelor sons, Philip M. Moore and John W. Moore. Jeremiah was born abt 1779/81.
Very interesting migration pattern for your Moore's, so close to the ones I am searching for. Other researcher's have Jeremiah's father as George Moore, but his son Hiram stated in a couple of bios that his grandfather was a William Moore. I have worked on this line for almost 10 years and a lot more research is needed.
25. JOHN3 MOORE (JOSEPH2, DANIEL1) was born March 03, 1822 in VA, and died May 24, 1887. He married MARY ANN BROWN November 19, 1846 in Belmont County, Ohio. Children of JOHN MOORE and MARY BROWN are:
OLLIE4 MOORE, b. February 16, 1853, Adams County, Ohio; d. January 13, 1933, Green Twp., Adams County, Ohio; m. CHARLES THEODORE RIDEOUT.
More About OLLIE MOORE:Fact 1: Buried at Sandy Springs Cemetery, Adams Co. OhioMore About CHARLES THEODORE RIDEOUT:Fact 1: Buried at Sandy Springs Cemetery, Adams Co. Ohio
ALFRED MOORE, b. 1847; d. Abt. 1933, Lewis County, Kentucky.
EMMA MOORE, b. 1849; d. 1889, Lewis County, Kentucky; m. JOHN COLLIER.
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