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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Memoir of Jane Claudia Johnson. (search)
or lost; and at the same time, also, the private books and papers of the family of Dr. Moore, which had been moved from his residence to a supposed place of safety in the district of the city afterwards burned, so that it is very difficult to obtain even a meagre account of his life prior to that time. Birth and education. Samuel Preston Moore, physician and surgeon, was born in Charleston, S. C.,——, 813; the son of Stephen West and Eleanor Screven (Gilbert) Moore, and grandson of Samuel Preston and Susanna (Pearson) Moore, and was the lineal descendant of Dr. Mordecai Moore, who accompanied, as his physician, Lord Baltimore when he came to this country. By marriage and descent he was intimately connected with the families of Thomas Lloyd, the first Deputy Governor of Pennsylvania under William Penn, and in West Virginia with the Moore, Jackson, Lowndes, and Goff families. He had two brothers in the old United States army—Colonel West Moore, for many years Adjutant-General of <
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Dr. Samuel P. Moore. (search)
or lost; and at the same time, also, the private books and papers of the family of Dr. Moore, which had been moved from his residence to a supposed place of safety in the district of the city afterwards burned, so that it is very difficult to obtain even a meagre account of his life prior to that time. Birth and education. Samuel Preston Moore, physician and surgeon, was born in Charleston, S. C.,——, 813; the son of Stephen West and Eleanor Screven (Gilbert) Moore, and grandson of Samuel Preston and Susanna (Pearson) Moore, and was the lineal descendant of Dr. Mordecai Moore, who accompanied, as his physician, Lord Baltimore when he came to this country. By marriage and descent he was intimately connected with the families of Thomas Lloyd, the first Deputy Governor of Pennsylvania under William Penn, and in West Virginia with the Moore, Jackson, Lowndes, and Goff families. He had two brothers in the old United States army—Colonel West Moore, for many years Adjutant-General of <