John was born about 1790. He passed away about 1844.
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Born: 1789 in Pennsylvania
Died: January 1847 in Madison County, Alabama.
he "was a soldier in the War of 1812 and was with General Jackson at the Battle of New Orleans."
Believed to have been buried in an unmarked grave. Moon Cemetery, Owens Cross Roads, Madison, Alabama, United States
Son of John MOON and Mary HORN.
Married (1): 17 October 1811 in Madison County, Alabama to Mary LEWIS; Married (2): 3 August 1820 in Madison County, Alabama to Hester MOON, daughter of Joseph MOON (1776 PA - 1867 Alabama)
Children of John Samuel MOON and Mary LEWIS:
Eliza C. MOON (Born: 22 August 1812; Died: 28 December 1891 in Madison County, Alabama); Married: 13 September 1830 in Madison County, Alabama to William Robert CHANDLER
Jackson MOON (Born: 1814; Died: 31 May 1839 in Madison County, Alabama)
Nathaniel O. MOON (Born: 17 July 1817; Died: 19 January 1892 in Ouachita County, Arkansas); Married (1): Susan CULP; Married (2): Elizabeth DICKINSON
Children of John Samuel MOON and Hester MOON:
John MOON (Born: 1822; Died: February 1860 in Madison County, Alabama)
Samuel J. MOON (Born: 1824; Died: 10 October 1870 in Madison County, Alabama)
Mary Ann "Polly" MOON (Born: 1826; Died: 27 October 1900 in Madison County, Alabama); Married: 17 April 1842 in Madison County, Alabama to Andrew Monroe SUBLETT
soldier in The War of 1812, and was with Gen. Jackson, at the Battle of New Orleans.
NOTE: leaving unsourced as marriage record found for John seems to indicate John was married to Polly and x-ref to AM Sublett indicates he was married to a Mary Ann Moore ~~
Find A Grave, database and images (accessed 15 May 2018), memorial page for John Moon (1789–Jan 1847), Find A Grave: Memorial #120343249, citing Moon Cemetery, Owens Cross Roads, Madison County, Alabama, USA ; Maintained by Larry Carpenter (contributor 47802363) .
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