Deborah (Poling) Moore was a US Southern Colonist.
Deborah Poling was born abt 1771 at Randolph County, West Virginia, USA. Her parents were Martin (1748-1819) and Rachel (1750-1809) Poling. [Note: DOB listed above in 1765. Need to research DOB - 1765 or 1771
Deborah married Daniel Moore (1760-1842) at Virginia (now WV). Daniel was the son of Major William Daniel Moore (1750-1800) and Mary Throckmorton Moore (1756-). Daniel and Deborah Moore had 11 children: Eli, Martin, William, Daniel, Richard, Joseph, Rachel, Mary, Samuel, Deborah Ann and Margaret.
William (1789-1856) married Rachel Phillips (1792-1826), and they had 6 children.
After Rachel's death, William married Catherine Burton (1803-1860, and this couple had 9 children. Daniel (1791-1855) married Sarah Bums, and they had 5 children. Richard married Mary Agnes Phillips, and they had 5 children. Joseph (1791-1847) married Mary Ann Cross (1791-), and they had 9 children. Rachel (1794-1870) married Benjamin Helms (1787-1870), and they had 3 children. Mary Moore (1798-1842) married Cross, and they had 6 children. Samuel (1801-1847) married Elizabeth Wright (1799-1868), and they had 7 children. Deborah Ann (1804-1850) married Barton Howerton Cross (1801-1882), and this couple had 14 children. Daniel and Deborah Moore had at least 64 grandchildren.
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Deborah 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 Deborah: