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  • Writer's pictureLawrence Lore

Moore Family

Names as inscribed on the back of the photograph:

Row 1

1. Susanna (Halfacre) Moore

2. Pallas Moore

3. Elijah Gaddy

4. Girl -Ziagole Utterback (m) name

5. Thomas Corrie

6. Catherine (Gaddy) Corrie

7. George Robert Corrie

Row 2

1. Olive Corrie Moore -wife of James Moore, son of Pallas and Susanna Moore

2. James Moore

3. Marion Moore

1. Addie Keuhling sp

2. Herman Keuhling sp

3. Eliza Keuhling sp


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