Frankie (Stallard) Moore
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Frances (Stallard) Moore (1795 - 1888)

Frances (Frankie) Moore formerly Stallard
Born in Russell Co., Va.map
Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married 22 Jul 1816 [location unknown]
Descendants descendants
Died in Scott Co., Va.map
Profile last modified | Created 30 May 2012
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Sources

Bonnie Baker

"William Lawson, A Scottish Rebel" by Bill Porter.

"Old Southern Bible Records" by M. A. Lester.

"The Stallard Connection" by Nancy C. Baker, Gladys J. Stallard, Margaret R. Stallard. + findagrave.com Buried in the Stallard- Moore Cemetery. Dungannon Scott County Virginia, USA.

Virginia, Marriages, 1740-1850 about Frances Stallard Name: Frances Stallard Gender: Female Spouse Name: Thomas Moor Spouse Gender: Male Marriage Date: 22 Jul 1816 County: Scott State: Virginia

U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 about Frances Stallard Name: Frances Stallard Gender: Female Birth Place: VA Birth Year: 1795 Spouse Name: Thomas Moore Marriage Year: 1816 Marriage State: VA Number Pages: 1

The Melungeons of Scott County, Virginia "Not all the Melungeons moved to the vicinity of Newman’s Ridge, and not all of those who did move to that area moved at the same time. One important early Melungeon settlement is the Stony Creek area, near Fort Blackmore in present-day Scott County, Virginia. The Stony Creek Baptist Church records include several people with Melungeon surnames who joined the church between 1801 and 1804. The church minutes for September 26, 1813, provide the first written record of the word “Melungeon,”or at least a variant spelling. "Then came forward Sister Kitchen and complained to the church against Susanna Stallard for saying she harbored them Melungins. Sister Sook said she was hurt with her for believing her child and not believing her, and she won't talk to her to get satisfaction, and both is "pigedish", one against the other. Sister Sook lays it down and the church forgives her."



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The Melungeons of Scott County, Virginia

I have found this written in several different places, and I'm wondering if this is a sister to Frances Stallard Moore, or where our connection may have come in. I have also read that the Moore name was a Melungeon name. I have reason to believe that my DNA may carry some Mediterranean blood. "Not all the Melungeons moved to the vicinity of Newman’s Ridge, and not all of those who did move to that area moved at the same time.One important early Melungeon settlement is the Stony Creek area, near Fort Blackmore in present-day Scott County, Virginia. The Stony Creek Baptist Church records include several people with Melungeon surnames who joined the church between 1801 and 1804. The church minutes for September 26, 1813, provide the first written record of the word “Melungeon,”or at least a variant spelling.

Then came forward Sister Kitchen and complained to the church against Susanna Stallard for saying she harbored them Melungins. Sister Sook said she was hurt with her for believing her child and not believing her, and she won't talk to her to get satisfaction, and both is "pigedish", one against the other. Sister Sook lays it down and the church forgives her."

If anyone has any information on this, I would love to hear from you. Sincerely, Debra A. Davis

posted by Debbie (Baker) Davis

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