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Rev. Jonathan MOODY who m. Elizabeth GORDON - NH 1700's
Posted by: melissa1 (ID *****1156) Date: August 25, 2011 at 11:22:37
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Does anyone out there have any solid proof that the Jonathan MOODY who married Elizabeth GORDON in/of Carroll Co., NH was really a "Reverand"? I can't find anything to back this up so far, but I have packed away most all of my Notes regarding these NH lines after the Ydna results seemed to show I had no link to them. However now I am back trying to re-examine rhis particular branch because I am wondering once again if this line really does link back to Clement Moody of Exeter, NH??
This Jonathan or John MOODY branch might be one all on its own.
In weighing my own family lineage, I have noted before that my 4th grt. grandfather's 1st born son Samuel MOODY b.1805 in Buxton, York Co., ME had a son John F. MOODY b. 1831 in Brunswick, ME. No one on either side of the union of this marriage had any father's named "John". However, my James' father ~might~ have been named "John" for all I know so that is my reason for bringing this up. Samuel as son of my 4th grt. grandfather Joseph MOODY who was son of my aloof 5th grt. grandfather James Moody b.c1745 and Elizabeth Donald, perhaps James' father was named John and Samuel might certainly have known that. Or for all I know John F. Moody was named for a friend or neighbor of their's or a favorite doctor or for No one in particular, they just might have liked the name "John".

Anyway, if anyone has Proof or any sort of Notes that state what Church this Rev. Jonathan MOODY preached in in Epping, NH, I would be most greatful for that.
Thank you.

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