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William S. Moran
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Birth: 1805
North Carolina, USA
Death: 1871
College City
Lawrence County
Arkansas, USA

Father: William Moran
Mother: unknown

Children:
Sarah Ann Rebecca Moran Shane 1835-
Nancy Moran 1838-
Amanda Catherine Moran Fletcher Willis Spence 1840-
Margaret Jane Moran Jones 1843-1897
Hugh W. Moran 1847-
William C, Moran 1849-
Malinda C. Moran Fortner 1849
Emily Tennessee Moran 1854-1869
Manerva Moran 1855-

The first three children of William S. and Caroline Moran were born in Tennessee. The family was in DeSota County, Mississippi near the Arkansas stste line when the 1840 census was enumerated. By 1850, they were in Lawrence County, Arkansas, where they lived the rest of their lives. Marriages of children are on record in the Lawrence County courthouse. Several of their children stayed in the area and raised families. One daughter, Margaret Jane, and her husband, Charles Wesley Jones (Civil War Veteran), joined the migration to Texas. William's spouse, Caroline and their fifteen year old daughter, Emily Tennessee, died about the same time in 1869-1870 and William died a year or so later. They are buried in the Mt. Zion Cemetery near other family graves.
- Blanche Keating Collie 
 
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 Spouse:
  Caroline Moran (1820 - 1869)*
 
 Children:
  Emily Tennessee Moran (1854 - 1869)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Mount Zion Cemetery
College City
Lawrence County
Arkansas, USA
 
Created by: Blanche Keating Collie
Record added: Feb 03, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 104574272
William S. Moran
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Great, great grandfather of my husband, John Deral Collie. We walked in your footsteps in Mississippi and stood in this place where you are buried. Rest in peace.
- Blanche Keating Collie
 Added: Feb. 3, 2013
 
 
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