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Narrative for
(Updated May 19, 2004)
Lemuel Moore
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NEW INFORMATION - MAY 22, 2005

NEW INFORMATION - JUNE 23, 2005

Urgent Request:  If you have any information about Lemuel please contact me by email.  Thank you!
Lemuel Moore Research Notes

Genealogies of Pennsylvania Moore Families
"History of Northampton Co PA"
Anthony Moore of Northampton Co, PA
Settlers of Early Kentucky and Tennessee
The Lost State of Franklin
Maps of Early Tennessee and North Carolina

Lemuel Moore (b. ca. 1772 VA)

The parents of Lemuel Moore are not known but here's what we do know about Lemuel:
Lemuel was born about 1772 in Virginia (according to census records).  He married Ann who may not have been his first wife.  She was about 12 years younger than him in 1850 census.  Lemuel has not been located in census records prior to 1840.  In 1850 a James Moore, age 24, born in TN, was living with Lemuel and Ann in Laurel Co KY.  Here are the 1840 and 1850 census records:
1840 Census - Laurel Co KY
Lemuel Moore
Males:
2(15-20) - James and Unknown
1(60-70) - Lemuel
Females:
1(0-5)    - Possibly Mary Margaret Moore
1(20-30) - Unknown
2(30-40) - Winniford and Nancy
1(50-60) - Ann
1850 Laurel Co KY  (HH #608)
Lemuel Moore, 78, VA
Ann, 66, TN
James, 24, TN

A descendant of James Moore indicates that he was born in Greene Co, Tennessee.  A tedious analysis was made of all the Moores indexed in Laurel Co KY in 1820, 1830 and 1840 and some of them who were in Knox Co KY and Greene Co TN.  It appears that many people who lived in Laurel Co KY in that time period had migrated from Greene Co TN, including members of the Evans, Chesnut and Moore families.
Prior to 1830 most of the Moores who were in Laurel Co were born in Tennessee, North Carolina or Virginia. I don't know if they were related, however members from each group were living next door to one another in 1820:
Laurel Creek, Knox, KY 1820
James Moore - (120010-31010) - (from Greene Co, NC (now TN))
Jesse Moore -  (210010-41010) - (next to Moses, born in Virginia)
Because of their proximity to one another, and the fact that neither of them was in Knox Co KY in 1810, it is reasonable to assume that these two families are related.
Many records from early Tennessee are not available but we did find the following early census records:
ANTHONY MOORE TN Greene County 1805 (From Northampton Co PA)
DAVID MOORE TN Greene County  1805 (Anthony's only son)
JAMES MOORE TN Greene County 1805 (born in PA, possibly Anthony's brother)
JAMES JR. MOORE TN Greene County 1805 (son of James Sr)
JOHN MOORE TN Greene County 1805  (possibly was in VA in 1800)
MOSES MOORE TN Greene County 1805 (Possibly Anthony's brother)
WILLIAM SR. MOORE TN Greene County 1805 (Possible Anthony's brother)
ZADOK MOORE TN Greene County 1805 (Possibly the son of Thomas Moore and Rosannah Fowler, born about 1772)

ABRAHAM MOOR TN Greene County 1812
ANTHONY MOOR TN Greene County 1812
DAVID MOOR TN Greene County 1812
JAMES MOOR TN Greene County 1812
JAMES MOORE TN Greene County 1812
JOHN MOORE TN Greene County 1812
WILLIAM MOORE TN Greene County 1812
The James Moore and James Moore Jr listed in 1805 and 1812 are believed to be James, the son of Moses Moore and James Jr, the son of James.  Moses Moore was not listed in 1812 but was listed in 1805. This is important because we are going to attempt to determine his children who were born in Tennessee and went to Kentucky with him and those who were born after he arrived.
You will notice that Jesse Moore was not listed in Greene Co TN, yet he is living next door to Moses in Knox Co KY in 1820.  (Note:  there was another Jesse Moore about the same age in Knox Co KY in 1820 but he was living in Lynncamp and not in Laurel Creek.  This Jesse was from SC, the son of Thomas Moore and Rosannah Fowler.)
Moses Moore was in Laurel Co in 1820 and 1830.  There were other Moores living very near him and it's probable that some of the younger ones born in TN were his sons. As mentioned earlier, in 1820 Knox Co there was another Moore family in Lynncamp, not in Laurel Creek. Those Moores are not part of this analysis.
Census Records:
1820 Laurel Creek, Knox, KY
Moses Moore - (220001-30210) - age 45+
1830 Laurel Co, KY
Moore, Moses  (Pg 258)
Males: 1(10-15) 1(15-20)  1(50-60) - adult male born 1770-1780
Females:  1(5-10) 1(10-15) 2(15-20) 1(20-30)  1(40-50)
Moores living in Laurel Creek, Knox Co KY 1820:
James Moore #1 -  (120010-31010) - oldest male age 26-45
Jesse Moore      -  (210010-41010) - next to Moses - age 26-45
Moses Moore #1    -  (220001-30210) - oldest male age 45+
Nathaniel Moore -  (300010-10010) - oldest male age 26-45
Notice that all the eldest males living around Moses are age 26-45 and Moses is age 45+.  It can reasonably be assumed that the younger males are the sons of Moses.  He still has four young males living with him and those individuals show up as heads of households in 1830 and 1840.
Moores living in Laurel Co, KY in 1830:
Moore, Moses (b. abt 1762) - age 45+ - He was listed in Laurel in 1820
Moore, Jesse (b. abt 1777 VA) - he was listed in Laurel in 1820
Moore, James #1 (b. abt 1783 TN) - he was listed in Laurel in 1820
Moore, N. D. (Nathaniel) (b. abt 1785 TN) - he was listed in Laurel in 1820
Moore, Thomas (b. abt 1808 KY) - not listed in Laurel in 1820
Notice that Thomas has suddenly appeared as a head of household.  According to 1850 census records Thomas was born about 1808 in Kentucky.  It can be reasonably assumed that Thomas was the son of Moses since there was a young male in his household in 1820. Therefore, it appears that Moses moved to Kentucky between 1805 and 1808. (Those shown below in blue are newly listed in 1840)
Moores living in Laurel Co, KY in 1840:
Jesse Moore    (b. abt 1777 VA)  - Page 4         (Listed in 1830)
Lemuel Moore   (b. abt 1772 VA) - Page 4         (not listed in 1830)
James Moore #2  (1110011-111001)  - age 40-50  - Page 7 (not listed in 1830)
James, Jr. Moore   (Next to James Sr - born 1812 KY) (not listed in 1830)
James, Sr. Moore   (b. abt 1783 TN) - Page 11  (Listed in 1830)
Muriah Moore   (son of Jesse-from other databases)   (not listed in 1830)
Hiram Moore   (b. abt 1816 KY) - Page 14   (not listed in 1830)
Afariah Moore   (b. abt 1815 KY)   (not listed in 1830)
Moses Moore #2   (000100-00100) - male age 18-26 (Not listed in 1830)
Thomas Moore    (b. abt 1808 KY)  (Listed in 1830)
Isaac Moore    (b. abt 1820 KY - lived next to Nathaniel in 1850)  (Not listed in 1830)
New on the scene in 1840 are Moses #2, Lemuel, Muriah, Hiram, Afariah, Isaac and James #2.  In 1820 Moses #1 had 4 young males living with him.  He is no longer listed in 1840, therefore he may have died before 1840 and possibly before 1830 - read below.
People new on the scene in 1840 - analysis:
Moses #2 was born between 1814 and 1822.  In 1850 a Moses Moore is in Laurel Co KY, age 38 born in KY.  Another Moses Moore is also in Laurel Co KY in 1850, age 55 born in TN (b. abt 1795).  It can be reasonably assumed that the older Moses is probably the son of Moses #1.  So now we have two new Moses Moores - I shall refer to them as Moses #2a (b. 1795) and Moses #2b.  Actually, the Moses in Laurel Co KY in 1830 may have been Moses #2a.  Therefore, Moses #1 may have died before 1830.  I believe Moses #2a was the son of Moses #1 and Moses #2b was the son of Moses #2a.
Affariah Moore was born abt 1815 in KY, according to 1850 census records.  He married Nancy who was born abt 1820 in KY.  I believe Affariah was the son of Moses #1.
Hiram Moore was born abt. 1816 KY.  He married Sarah V. Evans who was born 1818 KY.  I believe Hiram was the son of Moses #1.
That accounts for the four young males living with Moses #1 in 1820: Thomas, Moses #2, Affariah and Hiram. Now for the other Moores new on the scene in 1840:
Muriah Moore was born abt. 1819 in KY.  He was the son of Jesse Moore and Margaret Pearl.  (Source: other databases and census)
Isaac Moore was born abt 1820 KY according to 1850 census records.  In 1850 he was living next to Nathaniel Moore, therefore it can be reasonably assumed that Isaac was the son of Nathanial Moore.
Lemuel Moore was born abt 1772 in VA.  He married Ann and was living with her in 1850 along with a James Moore, age 24 b. Greene Co TN in about 1826.  In 1840 Lemuel was living a few doors away from Jesse Moore who was also born in VA about 1777.  It is possible that Lemuel and Jesse are related.
Moores in Greene Co TN in 1830: (blue = listed  in 1840)
Abraham More (pg 156) (010001-210001) - adult male age 30-40
Samuel Moore (pg 156) (00001-1001) - adult male age 20-30
Peter Moore (pg 189) (00001-10001) - adult male age 20-30
Elizabeth Moore (pg 205) (no males - 0110001)
J. W. Moore (pg 205) (000210001-000000001) - adult male age 60-70
Edward Moore (pg 205) (122001101001) - adult males age 60-70 &  90-100
Abm or Wm Moore (pg 207) (101001-021001) - adult male age 30-40
Abram Moore (pg 208) (000000001-00010001) - adult male age 60-70
John Moore (pg 230) (100001-01001) - adult male age 30-40
David Moore (pg 230) (00013001-111001) - adult male age 50-60 (next to John)
James Moore (pg 231) (110001-10101) - adult male age 30-40
Moores in Greene Co TN in 1840:
Moores who were there in 1830:
Wm More (pg 57a), Peter More (pg 71a), Wm More (pg 71a), John Moore (pg 26a), David Moore (pg 26a), James Moore (1111001-111001) (pg 26a)
Moores who were not there in 1830:
Richard More (pg 57a) (10001-00001) - adult male age 20-30
Hese? More (pg 57a) (1110001-001001) - adult male age 40-50
Claibourn More (pg 57a) (021001-00101) - adult male age 30-40
Washington More (pg 56a) (20001-00001) - adult male age 20-30
Jese? Moore (pg 43a) (00001-00001) - adult male age 20-30
Jas More (pg 42a) (0000000001-no females) - adult male age 70-80 (J.W.?)
Anthony Moore (pg 26a) (110001-100011) (next to David)
David Moore Jr (pg 26a) (00001-000001)  (next to Anthony)
Sorting out the unidentified James Moores in Laurel Co KY
For easier reference I've assigned numbers to each of the James Moores in Laurel Co KY:

James #1 - Born about 1783 in TN
James #2 - Born between 1790 & 1800
James #3 - Born about 1826 in TN
James #4 - James Jr, assumed to be son of James #1

James Moore #2 was born between 1790 and 1800.  He does not show up in Laurel Co census records prior to or after 1840 so we cannot check his birth place.  As mentioned earlier, there was a James Moore born abt 1826 in TN living with Lemuel Moore in 1850 (James #3).  Since Lemuel and James #2 appeared in Laurel Co KY at the same time and are living fairly close to each other, I believe that James #2 was somehow related to Lemuel Moore.  Since James #3 was probably living with Lemuel in 1840, James #2 is probably not the father of James #3.  I believe that Lemuel was the father of James #3.  If this assumption is correct then Lemuel was in Greene Co. TN in 1826, because James #3 was born in Greene Co TN.  Lemuel was approximately 20 to 30 years older than James #2.  James #2 could be a nephew of Lemuel. 
Lemuel does not show up in census records in 1830, at least he has not yet been found.  There was a Lemuel Moore in Giles Co Tennessee in 1830 but he was too young.  There was also a Lemuel More indexed in Rhea Co TN but the original document has not yet been located.  Another possibility also exists:  Lemuel may have been using another first name prior to 1840.  The following record shows how this possibility could occur:
NEW INFORMATION - MAY 22, 2005
MOSES LEMUEL MOORE
Birth: 06 OCT 1860 , Washington, TN (parent of Greene Co TN)
Death: 22 JAN 1924
Parents:
Father: JAMES MOORE
Mother: LULITICA SEXTON CARSON
Source: LDS Web Site
NOTE:  This Moses could be a relative of Moses #1.  The fact that his middle name is Lemuel is a possible connection between Moses #1 and Lemuel Moore.  Also, Carsons were one of the families who settled in early Greene Co TN.
To confuse matters even futher....
To make matters even more confusing, the following Isaac Moore showed up in Laurel Co KY in 1860.  This is not the same Isaac who was the son of Nathaniel (In 1860 he was living in Hardin Co KY.)  This new Isaac was born in TN in 1831, very close to the date that James #3 was born in TN (1826).  I don't know who this Isaac is.  He may be a son of one of the other Moores in Laurel Co KY or Knox Co KY, but I did not find him in 1850 census records in those counties.  1850 Greene Co TN census records were searched and he was not found there.  If you have any information about this Isaac, please contact me by email.

1860 Census
Isaac Moore 28 1831 Tennessee Not Stated, Laurel, Kentucky Male
Jane Moore 28 1831 Kentucky Not Stated, Laurel, Kentucky Female
Robert A Moore 7 1852 Kentucky Not Stated, Laurel, Kentucky Male
William Moore 6 1853 Kentucky Not Stated, Laurel, Kentucky Male
Franklin Moore 4 1855 Kentucky Not Stated, Laurel, Kentucky Male
Richard Moore 2 1857 Kentucky Not Stated, Laurel, Kentucky Male
Stephen Moore 6.12 Kentucky Not Stated, Laurel, Kentucky Male

Did Lemuel use another first name?
If Lemuel was using another first name prior to 1840, what would that name be?  Zadock Moore was born about the same time as Lemuel but he's been ruled out because he died in 1844 in Hawkins Co TN.  Aaron Moore was born about the same time as Lemuel but he was in South Carolina until at least 1830.  He's been ruled out because he was not in TN or KY.  Abraham was born about the same time as Lemuel and he was a Knox Co KY Tax Commissioner in 1814.  After 1814 he no longer shows up in Knox Co.  There was an Abraham Moore in Shelby Co KY from 1810 to 1830 so he's a different Abraham.  Abraham of Knox Co census records have not been found so it's impossible to determine if he could be Lemuel.  Ephraim Moore was born about the same time as Lemuel but he was listed in Knox Co KY census records in 1840 and Lemuel was listed in Laurel Co KY, so they cannot be the same person. Both Jesse Moores were born about the same time as Lemuel but they were both listed in Laurel Co KY census in 1850 and so was Lemuel, so they cannot be the same person.  Isaac Moore was listed in Laurel Co KY in 1840 and so was Lemuel, so they cannot be the same person.  Leyhton Moore was too young to be the same person as Lemuel.  Levi Moore was born about the same time as Lemuel but he died in Indiana in 1845.  Moses Moore I was born ten years before Lemuel, so they are not the same person.  Moses Moore II was born about fifteen years after Lemuel, so they are not the same person. Nathaniel Moore's middle initial was D and he was born in TN, so he was not the same person as Lemuel.   Joab Moore was in Knox Co KY in 1830 living next door to Levi Moore, the son of Thomas and Rosannah (Fowler) Moore. He was not located in 1820 or 1810.  Joab died in 1860 and was buried in Knox Co KY (see below).  He married Elizabeth Couch in 1800 Knox Co KY.  His known children do not include a Nancy or a Winniford, therefore Joab and Lemuel are probably not the same person. That rules out all the known Moores about Lemuel's age who were in Laurel Co KY and Knox Co KY.  It seems that Lemuel just happened to move to Laurel Co KY sometime before 1840, at about the same time as James #2.
Further Analysis:
The elusive Lemuel cannot be ruled out as a relative of those who went to Kentucky from Greene Co TN because James was living with him in 1850 and James was born in Greene Co TN.  However, it appears that those Moores who were in Greene Co TN in 1812 were not there in 1820.  It's possible that Lemuel was in TN in 1830 and his name was indexed incorrectly or he was using a different first name.  Of the Moores in Greene Co TN in 1830, none of them fit the profile of Lemuel.
Who was the father of Jesse Moore and who was the father of Lemuel Moore?
Since both Jesse and Lemuel were born within 5 years of each other in Virginia, it has already been pointed out that they may be related. Jesse moved to Kentucky by 1820 while Lemuel has not been located in 1810, 1820 or 1830 census records.  They were living very near each other in 1840 Laurel Co KY.  This, by itself, is not enough evidence to say that they were related.

Clues From Family Stories

A descendant of Lemuel Moore sent an email to explain that she was told his ancestors were Pennsylvania Dutch.  This is possible hint that Lemuel may have been related to those who went from Pennsylvania to Greene Co TN.
Conclusions:
Since there is so much circumstantial evidence to connect many of the Moores in early Laurel Creek and Laurel Co KY it is reasonable to believe that many of the unidentified ones are related.  Just how they are related is the unanswered question.  Because it is believed that Moses #1 was in Greene Co TN in 1805 and moved to Laurel Co KY before 1808, and since the James who was living with Lemuel in 1850 was born in Greene Co TN, there is reason to believe that Lemuel was related to Moses #1.  If the Zadoc Moore in Greene Co TN in 1805 was the son of Thomas and Rosannah Moore, then this creates a possible connection between that family and the Greene Co TN Moore families, however it is believed that the other children of Thomas went from SC to Knox Co KY and not to Laurel Co KY.  There is a possible connection with Lemuel to Jesse and to Moses #1.  With the limited information available, no conclusions can be reached about Lemuel's ancestry at this time.

Anthony Moore of Northampton, PA

Although it is not known if Lemuel was related to Anthony Moore and his family who where in Greene Co TN in 1812, the research has already been done so it's included here in case another researcher would like to see it.
Anthony Moore came to East Tennessee with his family in 1778. The latter, detained a year to raise a company to go through what was then called "The Wilderness," liked the country so well that he remained here, one of the earliest settlers of East Tennessee.  Source: Goodspeed's History of Greene County -- 1887.

Is it possible  that Anthony had a nephew named Lemuel who was born about 1772 in Virginia and a nephew named Jesse who was born about 1777 in Virginia?  Early Virginia records are difficult to locate so this may not be provable.

 

Other Resources:

Genealogies of Pennsylvania Moore Families
"History of Northampton Co PA"
Settlers of Early Kentucky and Tennessee
The Lost State of Franklin
Maps of Early Tennessee and North Carolina

History Of Philadelphia 1609-1884 13 image 21 and 22 - Ancestry.com
Freemen Admitted to the Rights of Citizenship


"Beginning with Apr 22, 1717 and ending May 27 in the same year, we have a list of the freemen admitted in a little over one month. We omit the sums paid. The usual amounts were five shillings sixpence and fifteen shillings sixpence. [Names of interest on the list: ANTHONY MOORE, blacksmith; Evan Owen "Tobaconess"; Thomas Bullock, Robt Owen, saddler; David Evans, cordwainer; John Evans, feltmaker; Walter Griffith, cordwainer; John Rakestraw, carter; Wm Rakestraw, carter; Thomas Owen, baker; Wm Branson, joiner; Thos Rakestraw, carter; THOMAS SMALLWOOD, shipwright; John Griffith, brickmaker - and many other names.]

Also mentioned in this publication - WILLIAM PHILPOT

NOTE: Lemuel Moore was closely connected to the family of Hezekiah Smallwood and Elizabeth "Betsy" Broughton in Laurel Co KY.  Several members of the Smallwood family married into the Philpot family in or near Knox / Clay / Laurel Co KY.

 

Greene Co TN Records
 

Partial Greene County, Tennessee 1783 Tax List
Before 1782 several families came to Greene Co from PA. The Galbreaths, Rankins, Magills, Delaneys, Wilsons, Moores and McClungs.
Other early Greene Co TN Settlers:
David Reynolds, Henry Reynolds, Job Reynolds, William Reynolds, Evan Evans, Jonathan Evans, Anthony Moore, Hugh Bryson, John Gilliand, Hugh Moore, James Moore, John Moore, Mary Moore, Moses Moore, Robert Moore, Samuel Moore, William Moore, John Carson, Robert Carson, James Perkins, Joseph Perkins (Nancy Moore Pruitt named a son Perkins), David Prewitt, Martin Prewitt, William Prewitt, Alexander Davis, James Davis, John Davis, Joseph Davis, Nathan Davis, Nicholas Day Davis, Philip Davis, Robert Davis, Samuel Davis, Thomas Davis - and many others.

Almost all on list were Revolutionary soldiers.
They were known as the "Nollichuckey Settlers."
In 1785 Adam Meek built his cabin farthest westward but civilization had not reached the present Knox Co border.
Many of them settled on the "Brown Purchase" -- land bought from the indians by Jacob Brown, a Major in the Revolution.
The Nolichuckey settlers were famous as riflemen.
Many of them were enlisted with the NC Continental Line or the VA Militia.
Samuel Wear, whose family came from Bucks Co, VA, was a border hero and one of the first TN representatives.
Early land grants: the Nelsons, Vances, Crosbys, Inmans, Casteels, Pates, Jones and Conways.
The first pioneers here were the Gillespies, Crocketts, Henry Earnest, Francis Hughes, Nathan Davis, Ashael Rawlings and Col. Daniel Kenedy (first Clerk of Court) and Amos Byrd from Westover Manor in VA.
http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngreene/tax001.htm
 
The search for Isaac Moore In Greene Co TN 1850

MOORES IN GREENE CO TN IN 1850:
Moore, Aaron TN Greene County 9th Division 1850 880 251 - NO ISAAC
Moore, Abraham TN Greene County 9th Division 1850 880 259 - NO ISAAC (AGE 57)
Moore, Alexander TN Greene County 9th Division 1850 880 259 - SON OF ABRAHAM - AGE 13
Moore, Anthony TN Greene County 9th Division 1850 880 164 - AGE 49, NO ISAAC
Moore, Catherine TN Greene County 9th Division 1850 880 207 - AGE 15, NO ISAAC
Moore, Elizabeth TN Greene County 9th Division 1850 880 164 - AGE 73, NO ISAAC
Moore, Enock TN Greene County 9th Division 1850 880 234 - AGE 24, NO ISAAC
Moore, George TN Greene County 9th Division 1850 880 233 - AGE 21, NO ISAAC
Moore, George W. TN Greene County 9th Division 1850 880 271 - AGE 37, NO ISAAC
Moore, James M. TN Greene County 9th Division 1850 880 259 - AGE 23, NO ISAAC(NEXT TO
ABRAHAM)
Moore, James Madison TN Greene County 10th Division 1850 880 333 - AGE 28 NO ISAAC
Moore, John TN Greene County 9th Division 1850 880 156 - AGE 28, NO ISAAC
Moore, John R. TN Greene County 9th Division 1850 880 156 - AGE 26, NO ISAAC
Moore, Levi TN Greene County 9th Division 1850 880 280 - AGE 26, NO ISAAC
Moore, Mary TN Greene County 9th Division 1850 880 209 - AGE 43, NO ISAAC
Moore, Mary R. TN Greene County 9th Division 1850 880 183 - AGE 37, NO ISAAC
Moore, Nancey TN Greene County 9th Division 1850 880 240 - AGE 51, NO ISAAC
Moore, Rosannah TN Greene County 9th Division 1850 880 259 - AGE 33 - NO ISAAC
Moore, Sarah TN Greene County 10th Division 1850 880 337 - AGE 23, NO ISAAC
Moore, Thomas TN Greene County 9th Division 1850 880 207 - AGE 9, NO ISAAC
Moore, William TN Greene County 9th Division 1850 880 259 - AGE 32, NO ISAAC, NEXT TO
ROSANNAH

1850 ROCKCASTLE - ISAAC MOORE, AGE 28 - TOO OLD
ISAAC MOORE, KNOX CO KY 1850 - AGE 60 AND ISAAC AGE 24 BORN KY - NOT HIM