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From: david j basco <>
Subject: Re: [ARIZARD-L] Moore
Date: Thu, 6 May 2004 14:08:14 -0500
Yes,,this is the one i sent off and got the death cert for,but it wasnt
him,I just dont understand how they could live around the area for over
30 years or so and not be able to find "something"about thier deaths,it
just makes no sense to me,thier son ,,My Grandpa Ben was a very well
known man in Lawerence and Independence Counties due to him being a
Master Carpernter,he worked in the sawmill around the areas too,and I was
told his dad William G also worked in the Sawmills and thats why I had
heard the story of him getting killed in a logging accident when a log
crushed his chest,but I cant seem to find "any"thing on there or his
death record or his wifes death record.
My Grandpa Ben when he died they used "Quills"funeral home in
Batesville,I have even contacted them ,thinking may they used the same
funeral home for his parents but they said they have no record of William
G or Nora Ellen Moore there,I just dont know where to look any more.With
all the Moore's around this area,you'd think some would be mine,but I
have had "no" luck in about the 8 yrs I have been searching,Thank all of
you for helping me,it really means alot!I use to get told by my dad when
I was little I was born under a Cabbage leaf,well ,i'm 42 now and I'm
starting to believe it lol Because there is no trace of my
"Ggrandparents"anywhere that I can find!
Thanks again EVERYONE,God Bless you for helping someone desparate!
On Thu, 6 May 2004 13:51:24 -0500 "Vera Reeves" <>
> With Dale's help I checked the 1934 paper and found this one.
> Calico Rock Progress
> Aug 31, 1934 - News
> Mrs Wm G. Moore died at her home at Newark Sunday, August 19th,
> several weeks illness. She was 57 years of age. She is survived by
> husband and a daughter, Miss Thelma. Deceased was the wife of Bill
> who formerly was engaged in the mercantile business in Calico Rock.
> family moved to Newark several years ago.
> Dale, this seems funny that this is the date for the W. G. Moore you
> found a
> death date for. Death records usually list the women by their first
> ???????? After listing her by his name in the obit surely they
> didn't record
> her death in his name. Wonder what the Cemetery shows.
> I didn't find one for him and I checked up through all I have typed
> up which
> includes 1930 through 1943. I only have part of 44 & 46 and he
> wasn't in
> > Have you ever came across a newspaper article "could have been
> > Lawerence Co or Independence or surrouning areas"of a William G or
> W G
> > Moore getting killed in a logging accident?I was told he was
> killed at a
> > Sawmill that a log crushed his chest,if its true it would have
> > sometime after 1930 because he was on the 1930 Census in either
> > or Independence Co,he was born in 1854 so the time span i would
> > would be between 1930 and probably about 1940?I dont see him being
> > there at his age after that ,I think about 1930 he was already
> about 75
> > yrs old.
> > Thanks
> > Leatha
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