Saint Clair (Hawkins County)
William Henderson Moore's parents were Thomas Moore 1809 – 1894 and Susanett McCollough 1829 – 1895. His siblings were: Adelia Rebekah Moore 1863 – 1935; Ulysses Samuel Grant Moore 1865 – 1886 and Ida Moore 1868.
In the 1880 census William was still at home helping his 71 year old father with the farming.
On Nov. 23 he chose Lillie Angeline Charles to be his bride. To them 7 children were born. They were: Flora E Moore 1883 – 1956; Nettie Mae Moore 1885 – 1950; Edna B Moore 1888 – 1931; Minnie P Moore 1892; Mary Virginia Moore 1894 – 1978; Charlie Clay Moore 1896 – 1921 and Jodie E Moore 1899.
The 1900 census gave there P.O. as White Horn. They had not moved from where they always lived in a rural area, near Bulls Gap William owned their home and didn't have a mortgage on his property. He and Lillie had been married 18 years and had 7 children.
By the 1910 census William and Lillie had separated and was divorced. William, his daughters, Mary Virginia, 15, and Jody, 10, and son, Charlie Clay, 13 were still at home.
William Henderson Moore's death certificate revealed that he had suffered with Dyspnoea (shortness of breath)for the past 11 months, and he died of influenza on Jan.2, 1929 in rural Bulls Gap. The informant was his daughter, Nettie M Hansen. His body was taken to the A.J. Steward Funeral Home to be prepared for burial on Jan 4. His family and friends gathered at his grave site to bid their dear father and friend God Speed (Bio by Audrey DeCamp Hoffman)
Thomas Moore (1809 - 1894)
Susanett McCollough Moore (1829 - 1895)
O. D. Setser Moore (1883 - ____)*
Flora E Moore Long (1883 - 1956)*
Nettie Mae Moore Henson (1885 - 1950)*
Edna Moore Gulley (1888 - 1931)*
Mary Virginia Moore Buchanan (1894 - 1978)*
Pleasant Hill Methodist Church Cemetery
Maintained by: Anna Kesterson
Originally Created by: Ken - TN (inactive)
Record added: Sep 22, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 76922473