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Grave Markings/Mourning Horn Curll & Sara Curll Moore
Posted by: Gloria Edgeworth-Smith (ID *****1586) Date: October 09, 2004 at 17:40:41
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We would like to erect a marker/markers for these pioneers who moved into the Moore's Bridge area of Tuscaloosa Co., AL as early as 1819. The old "WINDHAM-MOORE" Cemetery is fairly clean, rather close to a road, although hidden by trees. No tombs, only field stones for markers at 27+ graves. Grandfather S.L. Windham and his sisters cleaned off the graveyard for years so we knew of some of the ancestors buried there. If you are descended from these lines please email me for further information. If you know of other ancestors buried there, please let us know.

KNOWN residents of the WINDHAM-MOORE Cemetery include:
Edward Windham, 1796 SC-aft 1860
Mary Polly Stone WIndham, 1804 GA-bef 1860
James Edward Windham, 1825 Tuscaloosa-1864
Martha Maria Pickard Windham, 1823 Tuscaloosa-1896
Eugene T. Windham, 1856-1864 Tuscaloosa
Unknown Windham Child, 1864
William Moore, 1766 Nash Co.,NC-1850
Rahab Strickland Moore, died 1851 Tuscaloosa
Edward Moore, 1772 Nash Co.NC-1823
Sara Curll Moore, 1771 Nash Co.,NC-1829
Mourning Horn Curll, 1748 NC-1829
Sally? Moore, died about 1925 (last known buried)
Probably?? Henry Pickard, 1784 TN-1830

Annette E. Smith
springstone2931@mindspring.com


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