Most of the Moore Clan
Standing Left to Right: James Steven Johnson, Lonnie Lee Moore, Berlwyn Martin Moore, James Virgil Moore, Kenneth Lee Moore, McKinley R. Moore, Sylvia Moore Johnson, Boyce L Moore
Keeling Let to Right: Carrol Jean Johnson Lovette, Diane Moore Vidrine, Agnes Elaine Moore Michael, Martin Edward Moore, Alice Ann Moore
Keeling Behind Alice Ann Moore: McKinley Len Moore
Not Pictured: Wayne Virgil Moore
Thumb through the Family Album
Visitors, take a peek to see why you're lucky that you didn't get our family's genes. Family, if you have the, as Berlwyn use to say, "the courtin' nose."
Moore's and the Number "9"
Strange facts - Dates of death:
Ken & Berlwyn died Feb 19th
Virgil died November 19th
Alice died 1969
Lonnie died March 09th
Sylvia died January 09th
Roy died September 29th
Ann died 1999
Dates of birth:
Ken born May 19th
Virgil born January 29th
Boyce born April 29th
Roy born 1919
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My Church: Hinshaw Street Baptist
Our Moore clan genealogy has hit a brick wall. We have not been able to prove any forefathers before Sterling Moore born about 1770. A friend and cousin, Susan Mannos, has graciously agreed to pay for a DNA test for our family. We should have to results of out test by Thanksgiving.
Back in 1985, the first genetic "fingerprint" was a miracle of science. Today, DNA analysis is standard practice for defining paternity or maternity, predisposition to disease, embryonic health, criminal guilt or innocence, and so on.
But in our context, DNA analysis is mainly used for genealogical investigations.