|Birth: ||Sep. 11, 1856|
From the January 18, 1907 issue of the Hagerstown Mail:
"Millard F. Moore, a well-known resident of Smithsburg, died at 11 o'clock Thursday night of typhoid fever after a prolonged illness, aged 51 years. Mr. Moore was injured on Dec. 15 by a wagon falling upon him in his blacksmith shop and soon afterward typhoid fever developed. The deceased was born in Clearspring District and had resided on the Cable farm, near Smithsburg, for ten years. He removed into Smithsburg over a year ago and engaged in the blacksmith and wagon-making business. He was a good citizen and highly respected. He was a member of the Clearspring Tribe of Red Men. His wife and three brothers, John, Beaver Creek, Jacob and Richard, near Big Pool, and a sister, Lizzie, of Big Pool. Funeral Sunday at 10 o'clock from the Episcopal Church services by Rev. C.J. Curtis in the Smithsburg Cemetery."
Hamilton Alexander Moore (1812 - 1891)
Christiana Fink Moore (1816 - 1888)
Annie G. Moore (1862 - 1914)*
James Draper Moore (1841 - 1864)*
Richard Alexander Moore (1849 - 1921)*
Millard Filmore Moore (1856 - 1907)
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Record added: May 02, 2010
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