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Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
Aaron Penn Moore August 27 1901 March 4 1984 Grave TK Cemetery (Texas, United States of America)
J. A. Moore January 22 1846 November 18 1916 Grave New Prospect Baptist Church Cemetery (South Carolina, United States of America)
George Moore October 22 1875 August 7 1903 Edgewood Cemetery (Missouri, United States of America)
Ruby Mae Moore 1920 1940 Grave Mount Pleasant Baptist Church Cemetery (Alexandria (Virginia, United States of America)
Nora Moore December 9 1899 May 6 1946 Grave Cokes Chapel United Methodist Church Cemetery (Georgia, United States of America)
Doris Moore 1933 2008 Grave Woodlawn Memorial Park (South Carolina, United States of America)
Louise Moore January 16 1912 September 25 1992 Grave Riverview Cemetery (North Carolina, United States of America)
Ruth Moore February 7 1914 0 Mount Zion Burial Park (Virginia, United States of America)
Susie Moore 1918 1994 Rutherford County Memorial Cemetery (North Carolina, United States of America)
Edna Earl Moore 1905 0 Grave Hopewell Cemetery (Mississippi, United States of America)
Ida Moore 1895 1960 Long Creek Baptist Church Cemetery (South Carolina, United States of America)
Blanche Moore September 15 1903 February 5 1993 Grave Pleasant View Methodist Church Cemetery (Tennessee, United States of America)
Ramón Pérez Moore 1894 April 14 1934 Cementerio San José (Puerto Rico, United States of America)
Era Moore 1929 0 Oaklawn Memorial Gardens (North Carolina, United States of America)

 

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