Query:Moore, Clearwater

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I need Research Assistance in Wood Co TX.

William Maynard MOORE,
b 1801 Greene Co TN,died 1865 in Wood Co TX, buried in Hay Cemetery, Winnsboro.
m Catherine Frieze 5 Nov 1820 Greene Co TN.. children b TN, AL, TX.. she d TX.

I need to find a document that proves his mother, Dorcas Clearwater MOORE is the daughter of Jacob Clearwater, Rev War Patriot.

Dorcas Clearwater b ca 1779 m John Henry MOORE 18 Jan 1800 Greene Co TN.
John Henry MOORE 1820 Crawford Co IL census.

Can you tell me if you have a MOORE vertical file?

Do you know if descendants of William Maynard Moore live in the Wood Co TX area?

Is there a family Bible, letters, diary,… anything??

I appreciate any assistance.

Thank you..

Angie Spangenberg
spangco@earthlink.net
Llano Uplift Chapter, TSDAR
Lineage Research Committee Chairman
CDR Volunteer
Member:
Kingsland Genealogy Society – TX
Giles Co Historical Society – TN
Maury Co Hisorical Society – TN
Pike Co Historical Society – GA
Upson Co Historical Society – GA

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  1. John Henry Moore is a Son of Dorcas Clearwater and John Moore, he married Dorcas Walters, Anderson Allison and Mary Montague Lagow

    here is a story I found–

    Revolutionary War Soldier

    My grandfather told me that during the War of the Revolution, the Quakers in the settlement where he was born in Guilford County, North Carolina did not enlist in the army of the patriots because they did not believe in war, even though their sympathies were with the revolution. Their families had come from Wales so as to be free to worship as Friends, and Jacob Clearwaters, his father, was a Friend preacher. (Last statement is questionable).Jacob I had been married during the War. When Gates, Green and Morgan were having their campaign with Cornwallis, the struggle was brought into the neighborhood where these people lived, so my great grandfather, Jacob, with others of his fellow Quakers joined the American Army and fought for several months. He was a private in Captain John Johnston’s Company in Colonel John Collier’s regiment of North Carolina Militia commanded by John Butler, Brigadier General. His name appears on a company payroll dated December 22, 1780, which shows that he was paid from September 8th to December 22nd, 106 days – total $176. His service may have been of a non-combatant nature.Information taken from Rev. John F. Clearwaters’ SAR (Sons of the American Revolution) as told by Rev. James A. Clearwaters.

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