Sept 2018 from nephew James E Moore this note:
Carl Witt has been telling me about a family history development. His mother’s first cousin Jarvis Godwin Outland, known to the family as Buddy, was killed in the attack at Pearl Harbor when the USS Oklahoma went down. His unidentified remains, along with countless others, were interred at the Punch Bowl Crater, the local of the National Memorial Pacific Cemetery. In recent years, DNA testing identified his remains. A cousin Ann Outland of Pendleton has been campaigning bring him back to Murfreesboro for burial. Buddy’s mother was Eva Cotton Holloman. She is thought to have been buried in the Holloman cemetery out at Buena Vista. Mr. Outland married again and is buried in Riverside Cemetery in Murfreesboro. The plan is to inter Buddy next to his father. The tentative date for the ceremony is October 13th. Ann has rented the Methodist fellowship hall there for a reception afterward. Carl will be able to tell you more about this as we get closer to the date.
Buddy’s mother Eva Holloman Outland and Carl’s grandmother Jessie Moore Daughtry were granddaughters of Jesse Cotton Moore, a second cousin of Dr. Godwin Cotton Moore. Jesse married another second cousin of GCM. I think Matilda Daughtry.
Nov 2017 Brianna Cooper with Catherine Spruill at the annual Schlarship luncheon
Portrait Donated to Murfreesboro Historical Association
Bob Carr, former Murfreesboro resident now living in New Hampshire, has donated a copy of Thomas Sully’s painting of his daughter Ellen Sully Wheeler with her boys Woodbury and Sully. The original, which hung at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York for many years, was sold at auction in 2015. It is now in private hands. The copy is 3/4 of the size of the original. Mr. Carr donated the painting in honor of Mrs. Gertrude Revelle in recognition of her tireless efforts on behalf of the John Wheeler House. The gift was unveiled at the annual meeting of the Murfreesboro Historical Association on April 21, 2017.
ElrettaRita Moore, age 95, slipped away on Friday, July 8 2016.
Services will be held on July 16 at 11:00 a.m. at New Bethany Baptist Church
with Rev. Earnest Moore, Jr. officiating. Burial in the Moore Family cemetery.
pub in Roanoke-Chowan News-Herald.com July 14, 2016.
I plan to update this page when I figure out how to reduce the size to the pictures Bob and Sean took at out open house
Open House at Maple Lawn — Friday, April 22 at two pm.
Cathy and I will be happy to receive friends and kin. Do come.
21 Feb 2016 – my sister Julia Godwin Moore Lawrence left this world at 8:30 p.m. from her home in Falkland NC surrounded by her children. She was 87 on the 16 of Feb.
5 Nov 2015 – Catherine Spruill represented us at the CU Scholarship Luncheon
24 Oct 2015 – received a telephone call from a friend of Lynn McCarthy with the sad news that Lynn had died on Friday morning, Oct 23, 2015, age 75.
6 Oct 2015 – My husband and I were briefly in St. John, New Brunswick.
26 Aug 15 – playing with the menu a little more put Pine Tree Community under neighbors. I also placed Tobacco Culture under Maple Lawn and Sally’s childhood home. By the way, the information from the old Sibs section is found under Raynor and Ola Moore.
I think I have put the drop-down menus all back together. 11Aug 2015.
Oops! Somehow I have lost a great deal of that drop-down menu I laboriously put together.
Nov 2014 – Some technical stuff —
My granddaughter, Elizabeth Karpinski has been helping me with this project.
6 Nov 2014 — the First award of the “Gladiola Parker Moore Scholarship” was presented by Chowan College’s Legacy Society to Brianna Cooper. James and I have received notes from Brianna Cooper, also. Thank you all for your generosity.
Dec. 2012 — Gladiola Parker Moore Scholarship
Gladiola Parker age 16
Gifts will go to worthy students, struggling to finance their way through college. Mama's struggle was monumental. Contributions to the fund welcomed.
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