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Marriage: Children:
  1. Nancy Moad: Birth: 1800 in Tennessee. Death: 1870 in Polo, Caldwell, Missouri

  2. Daniel Moad: Birth: 1807 in Campbell County, Tennessee. Death: 24 APR 1884 in Mapleton, Monona, Iowa

  3. Elizabeth Moad: Birth: 1808 in Tennessee.

  4. James II Moad: Birth: 20 DEC 1811 in Campbell County, Tennessee. Death: 7 APR 1894 in Braymer, Caldwell, Missouri

  5. Abigail Moad: Birth: 21 JUL 1813 in Tennessee. Death: 10 JAN 1899 in Caldwell County, Missouri

  6. Joseph Moad: Birth: 1814 in Tennessee. Death: 1880 in Ray County, Missouri

  7. Rhoda Moad: Birth: 1817 in Tennessee. Death: 1870 in Ray County, Missouri

  8. Jane V Moad: Birth: 11 SEP 1821 in Campbell County, Tennessee. Death: 3 JAN 1870 in Ray County, Missouri

  9. Thomas Maclaine Moad: Birth: 8 SEP 1823 in Campbell County, Tennessee. Death: 20 SEP 1864 in Baker County, Oregon


Notes
a. Note:   Married to Rebecca Barron born 1780, in 1800 in North Carolina. (On original database)
Home in 1850: District 75, Ray, Missouri (1 Jun) Thomas Mood, 70, TN, Farmer Rebecca Mood, 62, TN
Home in 1860: Dallas, DeKalb, Missouri (1 Jun) Thomas M C Moad, 36, TN, Farmer Margaret Moad, 31, TN Zylpha E Moad, 16, MO Frances J Moad, 9, MO John N Moad, 7, MO Marium Moad, 5, MO Edward F Moad, 4, MO **Thomas Moad, 80, NC, Clergy Southern Methodist
Thomas Moad, was born in North Carolina and married Miss Rebecca Baron, who bore him ten children. In 1837 they moved to Ray County, MO, and there he died in 1862, aged 83 years; his wife died in DeKalb County in 1857. He was an anti-slavery man and a local minister in the M. E. Church. He had nine children, all of whom married, and a fact worthy of mention is that before there were any deaths in the family forth-three grandchildren had been born. (History of Caldwell County, Missouri)
Thomas Moad was born in North Carolina and married Miss Rebecca Barron who bore him ten children. In I837 they moved to Ray County, Missouri and there he died in 1862, aged 83 years at the home of his daughter, Elizabeth Stanley. He is buried and also his son Joseph in the Belt Cemetery, Ray County, Missouri. His wife died in DeKalb County, Missouri in 1857. Thomas Moad was a minister of the Methodist Church, local and circuit, and there were born to them 10 children and 40 grandchildren before there was a death in the family. The grandmother, Rebecca Barron Moad was the first death. Their children Daniel, Elizabeth Stanley, James, Rhoda Hunter, Abigail Smith. She was the great grandmother of Donna and Billy Sarah Hammon, Nancy Jones, Joseph Thomas and Jane schuler or Schooler. (History of the Moad Family, Written by Eva Moad Carman) http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/25190469/person/1618271146
Find-A-Grave headstone photo request: No burial marker was found.


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