|George Washington Moore and Sara Ann McClellanLittle Rock, South Carolina
Surnames: MOORE, MCCLELLAN, BUIE, DEWITT, GIBBS, HATCHELL,
COLLINS, DAVIS, AMMONS, SPORTS, BELLFLOWER, AMMONS, BAZEN,LAWRENCE, WHITE, DANIELS, TAYLOR,
Mainly researching Moore surname:
George Washington Moore m Sara Ann McClellan
b. abt. 1825 b. 8-10-1832
d. 3-1-1865 d. 2-12-1906
l. Nancy L. (Lou)Moore b. 5-4-1854 d. 4-2-1925
m. E. Jefferson Davis b. 5-5-1849 d. 1-13-1912
2. Mary J.(Mollie) Moore b. 1856 d. 1-15-1920
m. Robert H. Hatchell b. 1841 d. 8-4-1912
3. John Archie Moore b. 3-1-1859 d. 12-17-1919
m. Fanny Victoria Bellflower b. 8-9-1861 d. 10-13-1915
4. George Washington Moore b. 11-2-1862 d. 6-1-1925
m. Dora Elee Taylor b. 1-2-1870 d. 2-2-1932
5. Ida Moore b. d.
m. William McClellan b. d.
George Washington Moore (1st) signed up for the Mexican-American
War in 1846 when he was 20 years old in Lancaster, South Carolina. I have no record of him before then or of his ancestors. He signed on for the Civil War in Marion, SC, and
was murdered while home on leave from the Civil War in 1865 in
Little Rock, SC. Sara (widow) then applied for a pension from
the Mexican American War and that is where my information comes
from. He was tall, stoop-shouldered, gray-eyed, and was called
"Wash" Moore or Washington Moore most of his life. He was sometimes referred to as "Washington L. Moore". He was a carpenter/farmer. Sara Ann was the daughter of Archie McClellan, a Methodist minister.
Any information will be appreciated. If any of this matches your
family I hope you will email me. I will share what I have with
|George Washington Moore and Sara Ann (McClellan) Moore of SC
Updated September 5, 2000
7514 Friendfield Road
Effingham, South Carolina 29541
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