The Ancestral Home of the Cottens and the Moores
– Mulberry Grove built ca 1758 by Arthur Cotten,
remodeled 1830’s by Dr. Godwin Cotten Moore

ca 1870

the house
– over the years
the interior
the graveyard

the family portraits

Legends of St John’s Chapel” by John Wheeler Moore
the water oak of Mulberry Grove
pictures of the oak

The Official and Unofficial Histories of the Cotten Family
  by James Elliott Moore

the lines of Dr. Godwin Cotten Moore

the residents:
Arthur Cotten 1716 -1789 and Elizabeth Rutland ca1720 –
Children: Cullen, Marina, Sarah, Helen, Silvia, Jesse, Godwin, Carolina
Godwin Cotten 1760 -1830 and Sarah Browne 1762 -1833
Children: Elizabeth and Esther
Esther Cotten 1782 – 1854 and James Wright Moore 1773 -1815
Godwin Cotten Moore 1806 -1880 and Julia M Wheeler 1814 -1888
William Edward Moore 1847 – 1920 and Annie Tait 1854 – 1913

pre- Mulberry Grove

the Cotten family
John Cotten and Martha Godwin
Children: John, Patience, Martha, William, Anne, Mary, Samuel,
Susannah, Alexander, Joseph, Arthur, Priscilla, James and Thomas

of the Black Water in VA and Bertie Co, NC
John Cotton and Ann of Queens Ck, VA
  John Cotton and Elizabeth Ridge of Wooditton
  Sir Robert Cotton & Elizabeth Dodmer of Wooditton
 Sir John Cotton & Dame Isabelle Spencer of Landwade

Notes on Ann Cotton of Queen’s Creek VA

the Moore family of Nansemond Co VA
James Wright Moore
William Edward Moore
William Moore

the John Browne family of Cutawisky Marsh

the James Rutland family of Bertie Co

the William Godwin family of Isle of Wight Co, VA

the Williams family

Walt&Tho SurryCo
James of AnsonCo



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