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MOODY; HENDLY; MILLER; LYNN

MOODY; HENDLY; MILLER; LYNN

Posted: 1 Sep 1998 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 21 Sep 2002 1:42PM GMT
Looking for information about and descendants of:
William A. MOODY; George M. MOODY; Charles S. MOODY; Ellen (MOODY) HENLEY and Emma (MOODY) MILLER who are all children of George Washington MOODY (1826-1910) and Elizabeth LYNN. All would have been born between 1846 and about 1865, most in Santa Clara Co., CA. All living in Elko around 1920, except Geroege M. MOODY who had died there.

Putting together a history of the descendants of Hannah Boone (Daniel's sister). Willing to share information with anyone interested.

Emma (Moody) Miller

Jerry Patricia Webber (View posts)
Posted: 23 Mar 2001 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Miller, Moody, Forrester
Steven, In your research, what can you tell me about Anna (Moody) Miller? I am trying to find out what relation she was, if any, to William Morris Miller. She was a witness at his wedding in 1893 in Elko, Nev.

I just received word that she was married to M. H. Miller on March 22, 1882. Do you know the full name of M. H. Miller?

Also, do you happen to have any information on a Mrs. G. H. Moody?

Thank you,
Jerry

Moody Family

Posted: 26 Mar 2001 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 21 Sep 2002 1:42PM GMT
Surnames: Miller, Moody
His name was Major Horner Miller. Go to http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?o...

Who is G. H. Moody? I have a number of George Moody's but no middle name with H.

G. H. Moody

Jerry Patricia Webber (View posts)
Posted: 29 Mar 2001 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Miller, Forrester, Moody
Steve,
There was a Mrs. M. H. Miller and a Mrs. G. H. Moody listed as witnesses on my great grandfather's wedding certificate. William Morris Miller married Laura Bell Forrester on Aug. 25, 1893. This occurred in the S. M. Henley Store in Elko, Nevada.

Since I haven't been able to locate my g-grandfather's parents, I was taking a shot that Mrs. M. H. Miller was his mom or sister. I don't know if they were any relation. Thanks for your interest. I'll keep looking for more information.

Miller-Henley-Moody

Jerry P. Webber (View posts)
Posted: 15 Apr 2001 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Miller, Henley, Moody, Forrester
Dear Steve,
1) I cannot find your site http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?o.... It says it has been moved. I would really like to continue visiting it wherever it now resides.
2) I heard from a man named Jake Maxwell who said that "Major (M.H.) Miller was born at Randolph Co., Missouri, January 7, 1855 and was educated in the public schools and at Fayette College in Fayette, Missouri. He followed the profession of a druggist until he came to Elko County in 1877. He then followed the livestock industry on his ranch in Pleasant Valley. Later he held a number of county offices with one of them being County Recorder. His wife's maiden name was Henley and her family, the S. M. Henley's were influential in the establishment of St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Elko. The old Miller Ranch is presently the 6-Bar holding."

He said he got this information from a book he purchased written by Edna Patterson called "This Land Was Ours", page 273-274.

The wife you mentioned was Emma Moody, however I seem to recall that you mentioned the Henley's in your writings.

I also heard from another person named Margaret who said from the C.O.R. Elko Vol. 1, page 305 it shows the marriage of M.H. Miller, residence Elko to Emma Moody, residence Elko on March 22, 1882.

Steve, I'm sorry to ask you again about this, but I've misplaced your messages to me and cannot recall what book you got your information from. I'm now wondering if M.H. Miller and my gr-grandfather William Morris Miller may have been brothers. Do you have any record of parentage or siblings on M.H. Miller?

Also, do you have any idea how the book that Jake mentioned would get the Henley name as his wife's last name? Could M.H. have been married more than once?

Please let me know any information you have on M.H. Miller and also the name of the book you referred to before. I will try to see if I can obtain copies of both books.

Jerry Webber (webberj@juno.com)

Moody, Henley, Miller, Forrester

Posted: 15 Apr 2001 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 21 Sep 2002 1:42PM GMT
Surnames: Moody, Henley, Miller, Forrester
The main URL is http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/

At "jump to a specific database" type: stevew and that will take you to my database. When I update the files the url I gave you before changes. The above is constant.

From there type: miller, m and that will get you to the general area you want.

My source is a book entitled "Huyck Cousins: 13 generations from New York to California: 1600's to 1986 Plus Vignettes of Allied Families" and if you will send me your address I will send copies of the pages covering that portion of the family. My guess is that the Miller boys were brothers but it is just a guess. The Huyck book does not cover any portion of that Miller line other than Major Horner Miller

Stephen Henley married MHM's sister: Martha Ellen Moody

Moody, Henley, Miller

Jerry Webber (View posts)
Posted: 15 Apr 2001 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Moody, Henley, Miller, Forrester
Dear Steve,
1) I cannot find your site http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?o.... It says it has been moved. I would really like to continue visiting it wherever it now resides.
2) I heard from a man named Jake Maxwell who said that "Major (M.H.) Miller was born at Randolph Co., Missouri, January 7, 1855 and was educated in the public schools and at Fayette College in Fayette, Missouri. He followed the profession of a druggist until he came to Elko County in 1877. He then followed the livestock industry on his ranch in Pleasant Valley. Later he held a number of county offices with one of them being County Recorder. His wife's maiden name was Henley and her family, the S. M. Henley's were influential in the establishment of St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Elko. The old Miller Ranch is presently the 6-Bar holding."

He said he got this information from a book he purchased written by Edna Patterson called "This Land Was Ours", page 273-274.

The wife you mentioned was Emma Moody, however I seem to recall that you mentioned the Henley's in your writings.

I also heard from another person named Margaret who said from the C.O.R. Elko Vol. 1, page 305 it shows the marriage of M.H. Miller, residence Elko to Emma Moody, residence Elko on March 22, 1882.

Steve, I'm sorry to ask you again about this, but I've misplaced your messages to me and cannot recall what book you got your information from. I'm now wondering if M.H. Miller and my gr-grandfather William Morris Miller may have been brothers. Do you have any record of parentage or siblings on M.H. Miller?

Also, do you have any idea how the book that Jake mentioned would get the Henley name as his wife's last name? Could M.H. have been married more than once?

Please let me know any information you have on M.H. Miller and also the name of the book you referred to before. I will try to see if I can obtain copies of both books.

Jerry Webber (webberj@juno.com)

Re: MOODY; HENDLY; MILLER; LYNN

Posted: 28 May 2010 11:42PM GMT
Classification: Query
www.txgenweb5.org. Many decendants of Henry Moody and Lidda. Have fun. sue-horn7703@hotmail.com

Re: MOODY; HENDLY; MILLER; LYNN

Posted: 28 May 2010 11:52PM GMT
Classification: Query
www.txgenweb5.org, try Weaver Cemetery. It's on Henry Moody and Liddas property and named later Weaver Cemetery. Thats where I found my G grandpas brother, Leon Moody and his wife Catherine Moody (her maiden name). Shes Henrys granddaughter. Sue

Re: Moody Family

Posted: 16 May 2012 8:56PM GMT
Classification: Query
My Moody family is: William W, William O, Charles, Robert,Thomas and back to Samuel Moody. Do you have any info on this line? Would appreciate any info.

Thanks

Opal
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