Thomas F. Moore - Goodspeed
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Goodspeed's History of Southeast Missouri

Thomas F. Moore

Thomas F. Moore, a farmer of Perry County, was born in the county in 1859, and is the son of Samuel L. and Ann (Hagan) Moore.

Samuel Moore was a farmer and merchant who died in 1862. He was twice married, his second wife being Ann Hagan, who was born in Perry County, Mo., in 1818, and died on January 4, 1884.

She was married four times, and was the mother of five children by her first husband, Everestus Riney, and one by Samuel L. Moore, her second husband. This child was Thomas F. He was reared on the farm and remained with his mother until attaining his majority.

On February 11, 1884, he married Mrs. Mary Gertrude Neitcher, a daughter of Stephen Miles. She is a native of Perry County, and was born in 1856. They have two children: Elizabeth Leona and Charles Boromeo. Mrs. Moore also has two children by her first marriage: Francis Eliza and Henry Munroe.

Mr. Moore is the owner of eighty-five acres of land and is a member of the Farmers Alliance. Politically he a a Democrat and in religion professes the Catholic faith.

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The Goodspeed Publishing Company compiled a series of histories of various counties in the U.S. in the late 19th century. The information in the History of Southeast Missouri, published in 1888, was provided by the contemporary residents of Perry County and her neighboring counties. The biographies are a valuable source of genealogical information, despite a few minor inaccuracies. We are glad to present the transcribed biographies here for anyone researching Perry County's history.

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