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Re: still searching for evidence that Clement Moody died 1745 at the Seige of Louis.
Posted by: BARBARA BAKER (ID *****8402) Date: June 11, 2004 at 00:00:37
In Reply to: Re: still searching for evidence that Clement Moody died 1745 at the Seige of Louis. by R. Belair of 49

Hello Melissa,
You may have already found what you are looking for. I dont know about a death record for Clement at Louisburg, but he was there. I did not write down vol. and page, but the NEHGR has an article (search for Clement Moody) which lists Clement Moody: Clement Moody, appears in the Louisburg list of Nov 20 1745, Capt. John Light's Company from NH where many other old NH/ME surnames appear: Sinkler, Dudley, Fifield, Savage, Severance, Sanborn, Lary, Libbey, Roberts, Clark and Bean. Also listed in Col. Samuel Moore's Regiment for Repairs to the Garrison at Louisburg from september 23- October 12, 1745. provided 4 days labor.

It does not say which 4 days he worked within that time frame, or why it was not longer; ie was he killed?

Please let me know if you ever found something more specific.

thank you. Barbara


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