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From: "Kathy Lueck" <>
Subject: Re: [ARIZARD] Bill Blevins Book- Bernie
Date: Wed, 20 May 2009 20:44:10 -0500
Hey Bernie: It is so good that you have surfaced again. Glad to hear that
you might be Tulsa bound. Hope it works out!
I ran across that book of Bill Blevins that I purchased from his daughter.
Do you remember who wanted it or what his address might be? Let me know.
Old Kathy Lueck
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From: "Bernie Moore-Knowles" <>
Sent: Wednesday, May 20, 2009 11:59 AM
Subject: [ARIZARD] Moore?
> Hey guys?
> After Mike Reeves posted in response to Gen's question - I went to the
> Mississippi site that Mike had suggested for her. Really interesting and
> thanks to Mike.
> Just goes to show you?
> I know that some of you may know that I have never been able to find my
> grandfather and his family in the 1900 census. The Moore family, right?
> Well.............I noticed something on the census record on that site. A
> Moore family had been enumerated as MOOER!
> I have tried every spelling in the world to find my James William Moore in
> 1900 and have come up empty. The census record in 1900 is very important
> because no one knows just how many children that James Moore and Eliza
> Jane Smith had - nor when or where that Eliza died.
> On the Missouri online records, I found that there was a daughter born to
> them in 1886, I think it was and this record provided that at the time of
> this infant daughter's birth - Eliza had given birth to ten children
> That was news and the daughter was news, too.
> So, if anyone has absolutely nothing else to do? Right.............
> Can you see if there are any MOOER families in the 1900 census? I am
> guessing that they would be found in Missouri, Arkansas or Oklahoma or
> Indian Territories. Eliza was either Black, Indian or a combination of
> the two races. Most probably enumerated as White, though. James Moore
> was White, I know that. I have a circa 1885 picture of them - so, I know
> she was still living in 1885 and 1886.
> She was a beauty and he looked grumpy.
> Never know what this List can do. If Mike Reeves had not posted that
> link, I would have never gone to the site and would never have thought of
> that spelling of the Moore surname.
> Bernie Moore-Knowles
> Carlsbad, California
> "I have Indian blood in me. I have just enough White blood for you to
> question my honesty." ........Will Rogers
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