Georgetown Times, Georgetown, SC - Thursday, February 24, 1972
Services Held For Mrs. Raymond Moore Wednesday Morning
Mrs. Fannie Amelia Wessinger Moore, 67, died Tuesday afternoon in the Georgetown County Memorial Hospital. She had been in declining health for several years and was seriously ill for the past week.
Furneral services were held Wednesday morning in the Prince George Winuah Episcopal Church. Officiating was the reactor, the Very Rev. Melvin Richardson Hyman. Burial followed in Elmwood Cemetery under the direction of the Mayer Funeral Home.
Mrs. Moore was born in Ballentine on March 1, 1904, a daughter of the late Dr. James Willie Wessinger and the late Mrs. Mary Rosabel Dreher Wessinger. She was graduated from Summerland College, which was merged with Newberry College, and did graduate work at the University of South Carolina and Miami University of Ohio. Mrs. Moore came to Georgetown in 1925, and began a long ans successful teaching career. At the time of her retirement she was principal of William C. Bynum School. She was a member of Prince George Winyah Episcopal Church and active in civic and church life as long as her health permitted.
Mrs. Moore was twice married. Her first husband was the late Charles Percival Foxworth, Jr.
Surviving are: her husband, Raymond Stuart Moore of Georgetown; two brothers, James B. Wessinger of Columbia and Frank D. Wessinger of Ballentine; a sister, Mrs. Mildred W. Chappell of High Point, North Carolina.