North Carolina, USA
He served as a private in the Georgia Militia. He received 287 1/2 acres of bounty land along the banks of the O'Hoopee River in old Washington County (now Emanuel County) and received a pension for his services. He came to the area from Effingham County, Georgia, from where he possibly served.
From the book, "Georgia Revolutionary Soldiers & Sailors, Patriots and Pioneers"
Burial place unknown, but probably in vicinity of Little O'Hoopee River bridge. A DAR marker is now in Moore Family Cemetery near Nunez.
DAR Patriot Index-Centennial Edition - Page 2062
MOORE, James: b c 1755 NC d p 1830 GA m X Pvt GA
Elizabeth Manning Moore (1781 - 1825)*
Sarah Moore Phillips (1810 - 1848)*
Dicy Moore Herrington (1810 - 1885)*
Amelia Moore Phillips (1816 - 1893)*
Lecy Ann Moore Williamson (1821 - 1910)*
Note: DAR marker was placed in Moore Family Cemetery near Nunez, but this is not place of burial.His home was at a place called "Red Bud."
Old Moore Cemetery (lost)
Created by: Olivia Williamson Braddy
Record added: Nov 13, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 100661221