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Moody Mentions

It's mostly bits and pieces of information, but here are mentions of the Moody surname I've found on the web. Just follow the links then you'll find a Moody or two or more.  Maybe the pieces will help you solve your Moody mysteries!

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Links to Moody References 
on the Web

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Visit Barb's Home Page of Roots & Twigs, Limbs & Leaves 
and you'll find a Nathaniel Moody... sound familiar?  Check out her site for a possible cousin.
Molalla, Oregon 
Molalla Memorial Cemetery.  est. 1882
MOODY, Amelia  24 Dec. 1848--4 Dec. 1885 Wife of Ira Moody
MOODY, Henry C. Died13 Mar.1887;Aged 59yrs,4mos,1dy
Two Moody names are listed as having taken the Freeman's oath at Massachusetts Bay Colony:

Mr. John Moody -Freeman- November 5,1633 
William Moody -Freeman- May 6, 1635

Mr. John Moody is the first in my ancestral line to emigrate to America, and he made the Freeman's Oath the same year. Check out other Massachusetts Freeman.

According to Jefferson County, New York records, an Early Settler is a head of household living in Jefferson County before 1850; here are the Moody names they have listed:


The above mentions can be found at the Jefferson County RootsWeb site.

Cemetery Registration - Connecticut

mentions several Moody residents
Joan's Genealogy Web Site
and her Moody ancestors
Moody County, South Dakota in 1900
Moody County, SD in 1900
Township or Community Population of Moody County, SD in 1900 - Message Boards
The Moody Surname Message Board
Exchange Moody information with other researchers by posting messages
Includes other surnames, too
(POP. 7622, area 527 sq. m., organized 1873; county seat: Flandreau)
The county was named for Col. Gideon C. Moody, who was speaker of the house in the Territorial legislature of 1874-75, associate justice of the Territorial Supreme Court from 1878 to 1883, and one of South Dakota's first two United States Senators from 1889 to 1891.
Stow, History of Mount Holyoke Seminary... - SUBJECT INDEX
Index includes entries of Pliny Moody and D.L. Moody
Oak Arcadia Cementery
Cemetery at Oak and Arcadia Streets
Norwich, CT

Moody Mentions:
MOODY, Capt. Robert J.
MOODY, John L.
MOODY, Clifford J.
South Hadley
South Hadley, like its neighbors, began as a rural farming community as people settled lands given in the
original grant to parent town Hadley. In the 19th century South Hadley Falls, on the banks of the
Connecticut River across from industrial center Holyoke was the site of a bustling community, and
some of the manufacturing concerns built in that era (particularly paper factories) still survive. South
Hadley is perhaps best known today as the location of Mount Holyoke College. It is also a small college
town and bedroom community for larger cities to the south.
Incorporated:: 1753
Parent Town:: Hadley
Esther Gallup Snyder, Old Houses: Granby, Massachusetts (Granby Woman's Club, 1954; 1965).

Abstract: This book contains descriptions of extant (as of 1965) houses in Granby, Hampshire County,
Massachusetts which were constructed before 1850. Biographical and historical information is included
throughout, as are photographs of people, houses, and two maps of the town. The descriptions offer
interesting information, though sometimes lacking in chronological organization. Unfortunately few of
the houses are identified by their modern-day street numbers.
Index of People
Prepared by Cindy Brown, 1996
Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site: User Home Page Report: Report
Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site: User Home Page Genealogy Report: Descendants of Jesse I. Moody

Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site: User Home Page Report: Report
Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site: User Home Page Report: Report
Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site: User Home Page Report: Report
Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site: User Home Page Report: Report

Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site: User Home Page Report: Report
Diaries and Journals: An Often Neglected Genealogical Resource 
with a Description of the Journal of John Winthrop and a Partial Annotated list of the Diaries of the New England Historic Genealogical Society by Ralph J. Crandall, Ph.D.. 
Moody Mention: 
Moody, Joshua, fl. 1762. Journal, 1762 recording activities of commander of armed Sloop Masquenange on Lake Champlain during French and Indian War
America's First Families
"America's First Families is an Online Genealogy Society that honors our 1600s Ancestors. Come in and view the ANCESTOR ROLL OF HONOR bios and the 1600s ANCESTOR DATA BASE with thousands of proven 1600s Colonial Ancestors. The welcome mat is always out. Harold Oliver, Director".
Check this database for mentions of Moodys
Tennessee Civil War Pension Applications
Several Moody men fought in the Civil War.  Here is just one site showing Tennessee applications with Moody men listed.

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last update 1/13/02