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Family Sheet – Moses Lewis Linton

Family Group Sheet for Moses Lewis Linton

Husband: Moses Lewis Linton
Birth: 12 Apr 1808, Kentucky
Death: 01 Jun 1872 in Saint Louis, Mo
Marriage: 25 Oct 1837 in Washington County, KY
Mother: Lucy Crewdson
Father: Benjamin Franklin Linton

Wife: Ann Rachel Booker
Birth: 24 Feb 1818
Death: 05 Mar 1884 in Saint Louis, Mo
Mother: ?
Father: Paul Jones Booker Sr.

Children:

Name: Lucy Frances Linton
Birth: 10 Feb 1838 in Washington County, KY
Death: 12 Feb 1841 in Washington County, KY

Name: Infant Linton
Birth: 03 Dec 1841 in Washington Co., KY
Death: 17 Dec 1841 in Washington Co., KY

Name: John Hancock Linton
Birth: 03 Dec 1841 in Washington Co., KY
Death: Feb 1844 in Washington Co., KY

Name: Paul Booker Linton
Birth: 08 Jun 1842 in Washington Co., KY
Death: 01 Apr 1903 in St. Louis, MO

Name: Ann Rachel Linton
Birth: 30 Jun 1846 in St. Louis, MO
Death: 25 Dec 1915 in Illinois
Spouse: Amos Jerome Sawyer

Name: Benjamin Linton
Birth: 18 Jan 1848 in St. Louis, MO
Death: 27 Sep 1879 in St. Louis, MO

Name: Francis Lewis Linton
Birth: 05 Oct 1850 in St. Louis, MO
Death: 16 Aug 1905 in St. Louis, MO
Spouse: Mary Helen McNamara

Name: Mary Elizabeth Linton
Birth: 28 Dec 1852 in St. Louis, MO
Death: 05 Jul 1884 in St. Louis, MO

Name: Amelia Matilda Linton
Birth: 28 Mar 1856 in St. Louis, MO
Death: 17 Aug 1857 in St. Louis, MO

Name: Margaret Booker Linton
Birth: 20 Jul 1859 in St. Louis, MO
Death: 12 Feb 1930

Name: Caroline Pope Linton
Birth: 21 Mar 1862 in St. Louis, MO
Death: 15 Dec 1923
Spouse: Jacob Gross

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  1. Phyllis, Some how I have not been receiving my daily messages from you since Jan 7. I hope and pray that you are ok and doing well.
    I also wanted to tell you that we have a long lost gguncle names Charles F
    Moran that joined the CSA from Springfield, Mo Jan 8, 1862 under Capt Weidemeyer and his brother from Osceola. If you google, Henry E Moran, Charles is his oldest son, second oldest child, with Nancy Brown Moran from Ky. The unit that they belonged to fought all over the south and they ended up at the Battle of Franklin where he was wounded and was captured. I can not find his grave nor his name on a list of where he is buried. The men who were captured at Franklin were taken to a pow camp outside of Chicago but that was the most deplorable place with no records. I plan on driving down this spring to visit Franklin maybe we could meet up with each. If you find anything out would you please let me know. I have a copy of his military records from the archives, if you want a copy of them let me know and I will send you copies. I have a lot of history from St Clair co, where the Moran’s settled and where they are buried. Looking for Charles, his dad Henry E and his brother, William Henry. Weidemeyer lost his brother shortly after they traveled through Wilson Creek, Pea Ridge, Vicksburg.

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