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Daniel Moore, Sr
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Birth: Dec. 12, 1764
Death: Oct. 11, 1845

Plaque placed on stone by the Co. Ninian Beall Chapter D.A.R. Revolutionary Soldier 1764-1845.
On this 30th day of January 1833 personally appeared in open Court before the Justices holding said court Daniel Moore Senior a resident Citizen of Burke in the State of North Carolina, aged 68 years who being first duly sworn doth on his oath make the following declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the act of Congress passed June 7, 1832.
That he entered the service of the United States under the following named officers & served as herein stated:
That on the ninth of May 1781 it was required of 14 men belonging to the company of Captain Joseph White, who commanded a Company of militia in the Globe settlement on John's River in the County of Burke to raise one man for 12 months in the regular service in North Carolina Regiment & that he Daniel Moore agreed to serve and was taken by Colonel Charles McDowell of Burke militia
Frohawks Mill near Salisbury in the County of Rowan, and turned him over to Major Armstrong, to serve as a private soldier in a Company belonging to one of the North Carolina regiments of the Continental line. I do not recollect the Colonel who commanded but the Major was Armstrong: on the first of June 1781, I was delivered up to said Armstrong who had about 100 men, we marched forth and were met by General Nat Green [sic, Nathanael Greene], retreating; for he had raised the siege of 96 in the State of South Carolina who so soon as his Army was reinforced by us turned his course and moved down to the high hills of Santee. My enlistment was for 12 months. From thence we were marched down below Camden South Carolina: I was then about 16 years of age & was sent with the baggage wagons to Camden at which time General Greene marched his Army up to the high hills of Santee & the baggage lay at Camden about 10 days and then was sent to General Greene's Army at the high hills at which time I helped to guard the same. After I was sent off with & before we met with General Greene, this last mentioned time at the high hills General Greene's Army had fought the battle of the Eutaw Springs. He lay by this winter and the spring of 1782 (I with the sick and I was in among them at Camden), the main Army moved down toward Moncks Corner, by the time the Main Army came up to Camden in 1782 I had gotten well: My Captain William Lytle did not come up to Camden and I never
saw him from that time I was sent up with the sick. I was discharged at Camden on the sixth day of June 1782 
Family links: 
  Jesse Moore (1743 - 1827)
  Alley Johnson Moore (1745 - 1826)
  Rachel Stone Moore (1761 - 1809)
  Rachel Carroll Moore (1771 - 1840)
  Elizabeth Rebecca Moore Boone (1787 - 1843)*
  Nancy Moore Parks (1789 - 1828)*
  John Moore (1795 - 1863)*
  Jesse C. Moore (1797 - 1859)*
  Nelson R. Moore (1799 - 1854)*
  George Washington Moore (1801 - 1874)*
  William Moore (1803 - 1868)*
  Sallie Carroll Moore (1810 - 1891)*
  Carroll Moore (1815 - 1885)*
  Mira Johnson Moore Mast (1816 - 1849)*
  Daniel Moore (1764 - 1845)
  Mildred Moore Coffey (1764 - 1818)*
  Jesse Moore (1768 - 1854)**
  Jesse Moore (1768 - 1854)*
  Alley Moore McGimsey (1772 - 1831)*
  John Moore (1774 - 1794)*
  Bidant Moore Coffey (1775 - 1851)*
  Rebekah Moore Chambers (1776 - 1855)*
  Judy Moore Puett (1782 - 1866)*
*Calculated relationship
Globe Baptist Church Cemetery
Caldwell County
North Carolina, USA
Created by: Barbara Campbell
Record added: Mar 23, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 67323533
Daniel Moore, Sr
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Daniel Moore, Sr
Daniel Moore, Sr
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- Jody Hall Dover
 Added: Jun. 7, 2015
Daniel Moore, Senior
- Jonathan Robert De Mallie, Historian
 Added: May. 8, 2015
Rest in peace.
- L&RSchneek
 Added: Mar. 26, 2015
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