|Death: ||Aug. 18, 1868|
Served under Capt. James Jarboe, 12th Regt., War of 1812.
1820, 3rd Dist.: 1M -10; 1M -10 (Francis); 1M 26-44 (Warren); 1F -10 (Charlotte); 1F -10 (Eliza); 1F -10 (Mary); 1F 16-26 (Mary Greenwell Moore); 13 slaves.
Deed from the Sheriff for "Part of Wilder's Pool", 160 ac., 4/25/1826.(Chr. of SM)
7/11/1833: 1st acct. of Henry I. Heard, Admin. of Warring F. Moore dec'd.
7/15/1833: Orphan's Ct. of SMC. Letters of admin. on the personal estate of Waring F. Moore, dec'd. Henry J. Heard, admin. (National Intelligencer Newspapers Abstracts, 1832-1833).
9/11/1833: Orphan: Warren F. Moore? Orphan's Parents: Warren F. Moore. No guardian named. Assessors: William Woodward and Benedict Moore. Property: "Wilder's Poole", 43 ac. and "Green Hills", 32 ac.+. (Annual Valuations and Assessments by Kirk Ranzetta).
7/12/1836: Admin. accts. of Warring F. Moore by Henry I. Heard, Admin. This acct. did not pay out and the estate was divided between the costs of 9 suits and the balance to 64 creditors, their portion.
James W. Jackson Moore, one of the sons, owned Moore's Hotel in Leonardtown at the time of the Civil War. This hotel was "well known" as a gathering place to smuggle men from Southern Maryland to Virginia to serve in the CSA. Two of his sons fought for the Confederacy and son Warren was killed at the Battle of Gettysburg.
Children: Warren Francis (1844), Herbert Francis (1846), Thomas Jackson (1848), Richard C. (1851), John Donelen (1856), William B. (1858), Bernard M. (1860), Joseph D. (1864)
Francis Warren Belt Moore (1786 - 1833)
Mary Jane Herbert Moore (1826 - 1910)*
Warren Francis Moore (1844 - 1863)*
Herbert Francis Moore (1846 - 1897)*
Mary Ann Moore Yates (1813 - 1883)*
Eliza D. Moore Yates (1815 - 1833)*
Harriet P. Moore Combs (1823 - 1877)*
James W. Jackson Moore (1824 - 1868)
Our Ladys Church at Medleys Neck Cemetery
St. Mary's County
Created by: Cenantua
Record added: Mar 14, 2010
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