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Person Page 756

Priscilla Thornton1

born about 1781, died after 1850

Family: Lewellen Moore (born 1780, died September 1851)

Facts and Notes

  • Name:2
  • Birth: About 1781; Georgia, USAB2
  • Anecdote: Before 1830; Lewellen Moore; Fayette County, Alabama, USAB; Lewellen and Priscilla probably had two sons (one between 5 and 9 years; the other between 15 and 19) and three daughters (one between 10 and 14; the others between 15 and 19), when the 1830 census was taken. Daughter Agnes would have been 22 and is not accounted for in the Lewellen Moore household at that time and had presumably already left home. Lewellen also owned two slaves (one male under 10 and one female between 10 and 23), according to the census.3,2
  • Residence: 1850; Beat 3, Division 16, Fayette County, Alabama, USAB; Age: 69; Marital Status: Married; Relation to Head of House: Wife2
  • Death: After 18502


  1. [S620] Elbert County Heritage Book Committee, Elbert County, Georgia Heritage, 1790-1997, Joseph Moore, pg 75; excerpt posted on Ancestry and accessed 18 Jun 2016
  2. [S475], 1850 United States Federal Census, Year: 1850; Census Place: Beat 3 Division 16, Fayette, Alabama; Roll: M432_5; Page: 29A; Image: 251, Record for Sewalin Moore
  3. [S371], 1830 United States Federal Census, Fifth Census of the United States, 1830. (NARA microfilm publication M19, 201 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C., 1830; Census Place: Fayette, Alabama; Series: M19; Roll: 3; Page: 206; Family History Library Film: 0002330, Record for Leaillen Moore