25. Lucinda E. MURPHY1,73 was born on 20 September 1836 in Anderson County, South Carolina.1 She died on 26 August 1881 at the age of 44 in Texas.1
Lucinda married Ralph Gore on 22 Dec 1853. He was a son of Joshua Gore Jr & Matilda Temperance Stants. He was b. 8 Sep 1833 in North Carolina.
Minutes of Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church, Anderson Co SC:
May 1852 Rec'd by Letter: Lucinda Murphy
Dec 1855 Again rec'd by Letter: Lucinda Gore
Dec 1857 Dismissed by Letter: Lucinda E. Gore.
1870 Census. Adairsville P.O. Bartow, GA, Hh 36
Ralph Gore, 36, Minister, Baptist, b. SC
Lucinda E., 33, b. SC
Joshua M., 15, b. SC
1880 Census, Anderson Co TX, Precinct 5, p.146a
S. R. Gore, age 45, b. SC as were his parents.
L. E. Gore, Wife, age 45, b. SC as were her parents
John Kelly, age 11, b. AR, works on farm.
S. J. Stephens, female, b. TX age 47, Cook
Jeff. Davis, age 21, b. TX works on farm. Father born in AL, mother born SC
Buried Pisgah Cemetery, Brushy Creek, Anderson, TX. FindAGrave #23421025
Lucinda E. MURPHY and Sir Ralph GORE were married on 22 December 1853. Sir Ralph GORE36, son of Joshua GORE and Matilda Temperance STARNES, was born on 8 September 1833 in South Carolina. He died on 21 December 1924 at the age of 91 in Roswell, Chaves County, New Mexico.
World Connect database states that Ralph [Sir Rafe] Gore was born 8 Sep 1833 in Union City, Union County, NC to Joshua Gore Jr and Matilda Temperance Stants. His brother was William Greenbury Gore, b. 4 Dec 1835, who married Charity S. Welborn, a niece of Lucinda's.
FindAGrave Memorial #10452064
Sir Ralph Gore was born in Union County, South Carolina to Joshua Gore Jr. and Matilda Temperance Starns. Rafe’s father was married twice and had two children by each wife. The second wife was Mary Jane Gunn. The first marriage produced Sir Ralph and William Greenbury and the second marriage brought Margaret Frances and Thomas Green Barron into the world.
Sir Rafe was also married twice, first to Lucinda E. Murphey who died in 1880 and then to Cynthia Ellen Morrow who died at Lamesa, Texas January 6, 1917.
The name Saraph is from 1st Chronicles 4:22 and with time, and the way it was pronounced in the South, became Sir Ralph or Sir Rafe.
He had one son by Lucinda and nine children by Cynthia. The ten were: Joshua Murphey, Helen Curl, Lula Inda, Rafe Richardson, James Roland, Jarmon, Harvey Carrol, Meta Idell, Harmon Maxwell and William Sturgeon.
In 1850 he was in Union County, SC, in 1860 Cass County, GA, in 1870 Bartow County, GA, in 1880 Anderson County, TX, in 1900 Johnson County, TX, in 1910 Hill County, TX, and in 1920 Jackson County, OK.
He was in Roswell, New Mexico visiting with his daughter, Inda Curtis in late 1924 when S.R. passed away at her home at 108 E. 8th Street on December 21, 1924.
The attending physician was E.M.Fisher, M.D. who certified the Rev. S.R. Gore died of arterial sclerosis due to old age.
Below is the obituary of S.R. Gore as it appeared in the Monday, December 22nd, 1924 Roswell Daily Record.
Aged Minister Dies.
Rev. S.R. Gore, ninety-one years of age, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Z.N. Curtis, yesterday afternoon at two o’clock. He came here about three months ago from Altus, Oklahoma, to visit his daughter. Rev. Gore was a minister of the Baptist church and had given it a long service, having been in the ministry for fifty-five years. Funeral services were held this afternoon at two o’clock from the Talmage chapel with Rev. Jay J. Cook in charge of the service. Music was furnished by the choir of that church. Interment was made at South Park.
(Information and photo by David L. Minton, author of "Gone, but Not Forgotten", a new work documenting soldiers of the Civil War, Mexican War, and Spanish American War, who are buried in several New Mexico Counties.)
Lucinda E. MURPHY and Sir Ralph GORE had the following children: