Context of the Moore Family Blog

Context of the Moore Family Blog

This family tree chart provides context for the focus of the Moore Family blog.  

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Nancy Jane Moore (1843-between 1900 and 1910), her husband and children

Nancy Jane Moore (1843-between 1900 and 1910), her husband and children

This entry is about Nancy Jane Moore, the third daughter of Samuel Moore (1814-1893) and Thursa Hardin (1820-1862) of then-Floyd County, Kentucky--present-day Martin County, Kentucky.  Nancy Jane married Alfred Runyon (1844-after 1910), the son of Henry Runyon, Jr and Mary Blackburn between July 1860 and November 1863.  Together, they had at least seven children.  

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Mary Ann Moore (1841-after 1910): her husband and children

Mary Ann Moore (1841-after 1910): her husband and children

Mary Ann Moore, the second child of Samuel Moore (1814-1893) and Thursa Hardin (1820-1862) married Andrew Jackson Kelley-Mullins (1839-1921).  They made their home near the county border of Logan County and Boone County, West Virginia.

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