Judith Moorman was born about 1711 in New Kent County, Virginia, the daughter of Charles Moorman and Elizabeth (Reynolds) Moorman. This date is based on the known age of her eldest child.
She married John Douglass about 1731 in Hanover County, Virginia. They had the following children: 
Charles -- 1732, 4, 29
Elizabeth -- 1733, 12, 18
Thomas -- 1740, 9, 2
Polly -- 1744, 6, 12
Judith -- 1746, 7, 18
John -- 1748, 8, 8
Anne -- 1750, 2, 10
Achillis -- 1752, 2, 22
Dorcas -- 1755, 1, 9
1748 5th mo 16 day (16 July 1748) Judith and John and their children were received in membership at the Douglas Meeting. Recorded at Camp Creek Monthly Meeting. 
1752 8th mo 25 day Charles Douglass reported married to Anne Adams.
Hinshaw, William Wade. Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, vol. VI. Richmond, IN: Friends Book, 1950.
Bell, James Pinkney Pleasant. Our Quaker Friends of ye olden time; being in part a transcript of the minute books of Cedar Creek meeting, Hanover County, and the South River meeting, Campbell County, Virginia. Lynchburg, Virginia: J.P. Bell company, 1905.
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Judith by comparing test results with other
carriers of her mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Judith:
The Southern Pioneers Project only added a source that shows the births of the children, and these are Quaker Records. The date and place of birth of Judith were already existing. If you have knowledge of this profile you are encouraged to edit the profile. Your additions are valued. Thank You, Eric
What evidence is there for her birthdate and place? There is none in Quaker meeting records. Louisa County did not exist until 1742. Judith's parents lived near present day Ashland, Virginia until at least 1743. See the Vestry Book of St. Paul's Parish processioning records.
The children are clearly noted in the Quaker records. but please remember not all children of these Quakers were, especially if the parents were dis owned by the Quakers. Its like some managers who wont merge simply out of stubbornness
Moorman-683 and Moorman-174 are not ready to be merged because: they look the same in several ways, as far as dates, but the husband/children do not match at all. referring to a wikitree administrator sally stovall for assistance.