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Narrative for
(Updated May 19, 2004)
Lemuel Moore
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The Moore Family Migration from Prince Edward, Virginia to Grainger, Tennessee and Beyond
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The large red square marks the outer boundaries of the areas in which the Moores and allied families lived and migrated.  The top right oval is Prince Edward and Halifax Counties and the general vicinity in Virginia.  The bottom right oval is where many of these families were in 1790.  The left bottom oval marks Greene, Grainger, Hawkins and Claiborne Counties in Tennesse where some migrated as early as the 1780's.  The top left oval marks the boundaries of Knox, Laurel, Whitley and Rockcastle Counties in Kentucky where Lemuel Moore and others were living as early as 1840.