MOORE'S from OHIO

HERMON B FAGLEY [hermfagley@juno.com]
   OHCLERMO-L@rootsweb.com
Subject:  Re: [OHCLER] Migration from Clermont Co./Goff/Moore
 

I found a printed Email that one Jetoo@aol.com told me of John B Moore
marrying a Goff!. Feb 28,2000.
J.W.Robinson,JP had a store across from the courthouse in Batavia.
1826 3 Clark's owned land in Batavia township.  Johnson,
Isaiah,and Christopher.  The Wm Thomas who bought the Batavia lot
was sheriff,and later,with his 3rd wife,Electra Collins,farmed within a
block
of where I type. Electra's parents came from Port Republic,NJ AS DID A
Benjamin Clark.
Some Johnson Clark m Rhoda Covalt,by Baptist Rev Issac Ferris,1832 likely
3 miles
west of Batavia.Moore's likely attended there.
A Johnson Clarke,of Hamilton Co m Lucy McMahan,by David Dial,jp  1824
A Cynthia Clark m Enoch Jackson,of Batavia,in 1824,by Wm Mount,JP.
A Christopher Clark m Margaret Crawford,1824,by Wm Davis,JP
nATHANIAL Clark to Mary Pearce,1822,by Wm Davis,JP
Martha Clark,1814 to Wm White,by Rev John Collins,  [Benjamin's?]
On Tue, 1 Oct 2002 14:55:35 EDT Jetoo@aol.com writes:
> Hermon:  Eunice GOFF (b ca 1801, VT-d 1840, Batavia), dau. of
> Christopher
> GOFF
> (b. 1799, VT-d aft 1830) md John B. MOORE, ca 1820.  Other children
> of
> Christopher GOFF married into the BULL, LANE, and RUST families.
> Judy
>
> Hermon wrote: <<From memory-somebody told me online my wife's John B
> Moore,of
> Charles-both s Batavia grist millers, was married 1st to a Goff
> before John B
> married the widow, - Patterson Sellers Glancy Moore. By the latter,
> they had
> Wm Commodore Perry Moore, Batavia civil war and teamster, m to
> Minerva Lewis
> after the war.  Son James Moore m Fanny Clark,and,widowed, she
> remarried Mr
> Brunk,of East Batavia Hights. Fanny was in her 90's in 1959, and
> dead before
> we could have a 5 generation picture after April 6,1961.>>
>
> On Mon, 30 Sep 2002 18:53:54 EDT Jetoo@aol.com writes:
> > Hermon wrote:
> <<It was common for many Clermont Co ,sw Ohio people to migrate to
> Clay and
> Vigo counties,In,and adjoining Vermillion Co,Illinois.>>
>
> <Is anyone researching a Clermont Co. family who migrated to Jasper
> Co., IN,
> bef. 1840, or know of any familCharles,ies who did so?
>
> I am searching for the parents of Simon Lucas CLARK who md Statira
> GOFF in
> Clermont Co., 6 May 1832.  On 13 Mar 1833, Simon purchased from
> William M.
> and Ann VOORHEES, Lots 179 & 180 in Batavia, which he and Statira
> sold to
> William THOMAS on 17 Feb 1834.  In 1839, they had a son born in OH,
> and then
> appear in the 1840 Jasper Co.,  IN census. Thanks,
> Judy>
================
Jetoo@aol.com
 OHCLERMO-L@rootsweb.com
Subject:  [OHCLER] Migration from Clermont Co./Goff/Moore
 

Hermon:  Eunice GOFF (b ca 1801, VT-d 1840, Batavia), dau. of Christopher
GOFF
(b. 1799, VT-d aft 1830) md John B. MOORE, ca 1820.  Other children of
Christopher GOFF married into the BULL, LANE, and RUST families.
Judy



Minerva Lewis m Wm C.P. Moore,Batavia
 

He had served in Capt Lewis' Civil War company from Batavia.
He,and his mother,and step-brother,Henry Sellers, and batcholor
lawyer,Capt Lewis,all lived in the Batavia Hotel,in 1860. He married
Minerva Lewis after the war.by a JP SW OF Batavia. They lived in n e
Batavia,and he was a teamster. His short-lived son was James Moore
m Fanny Clark,,and had Hazel Moore Kirkpatrick, and who married 2nd a
Brunk Rd,East Batavia Hights Brunk,and
had Estell and Pauline Brunk Weaver. Fanny died,very aged,1960-61,Hazel m

Edgar Kirkpatrick-my wife's grandparents.  Eldon Kirkpatrick m 1st Ruth
Jean
Ashton,of Williamsburg,in 1938. Ruth Ann Kirkpatrick m me in 1959 at
Burg.
Our youngest daughter,Brook,is 40 today.

On Thu, 21 Nov 2002 20:47:22 EST EBlair428@aol.com writes:
> Would some one be kind enough to look up info on
>
> Elizabeth Lewis..
> 1860
> Batavia
> Page 616
>
> Thank you, Eileen in Indy