Chester Moore, 75, of 414 S. Alvis St., died Wednesday at Community Methodist Hospital.
He is survived by an adopted son, the Rev. Frankie Moore of Henderson; two sisters, Mrs. Elvira Holmes of East St. Louis, Ill., and Roberta Wilson of Indianapolis; nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Reeder Funeral Hone.
Friends may call after 10 a.m. Friday at the funeral home. Burial will be in Fernwood Cemetery.
Oct 1980 Henderson Gleaner

George White Moore, 85, of Carson City, NV. died Sept 7, 2000, at his home He was born March 19, 1915, in Christian Co., Paducah, KY., to George and Scottie White Moore.
A retired systems analyst for Lockheed, Mr. Moore moved to Carson City 10 years ago from Yuma, AZ. He was a past member of the Shriners in AZ. and a member of Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Carson City. He was an Army vereran of WW 2.
Survivors include wife Willie Mae Moore and sons Wm. F. Moore and David M. Moore, all of Carson City: sister Alma Collins of Cupertino, CA. and 2 grandchildren.
A funeral service will be a 1 p.m. Wed. at Bethlehem Lutheran Church, with burial in Walton's Carson Gardens in Carson City. Walton's Chapel of the Valley is in charge of arrangements.


Green H. Moore, 88, died at the home of his daughter and son-in-law, Mr. & Mrs. James H. Marquess, on O'Neal Avenue about 7:30 last night from complications indident to his advanced age. he had been ill for several months, but his condition became critical about two weeks ago.
Mr. Moore was a farmer and until advancing age made it impossible, operated his farm in the East School vicinity. He is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Marquess and seven grandchildren. His wife died six years ago. Funeral services at the Hamby burying ground this afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Ky. New Era, Hopkinsville, Ky.
Wednesday 3 September 1941


Joe L. Moore Succumbs Feb 1
Life Long Citizen Trigg County, Prominent Farmers.
Death came to JOE LEE MOORE thursday night, February 1, at the Futrell Clinic.
He had been poor health for several years and had been siously ill for the past two weeks. The son of the late Richard and Mary Jane Boren Moore, he was born October 3, 1876.
He spent his entire life in Trigg county and in his young years was one of the outstanding farmers in his community.
He was united in marriage December 27, 1897 to Mary Lou Tinsley. to this union eleven children were born, two of whom preceded him in death.
Those of whom suvive are Jesse, Amos, Bill and John of Trigg county; Eugene of Hopkinsville, Oscar of Marshall, Texas and Jack of the U.S. Navy who has been serving overseas for some time. Mrs. Oscar Taylor and Mrs. Demp Litchfield, both of Trigg county.There are 21 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren, one sister, Mrs. Harlon Dixon of Princeton, several nieces and nephews besides a host of other relatives and friends.
He professed faith in Christ some years ago, but had never joined any church.
He was a loving husband and father, also a good neighbor and loved to all he came in contact. He will be greated missed not only by his family but to his great host of friends and neighbors.
Funeral services were conducted Saturday afternoon at 2:30 from the Rock Front Baptist church with the Rev. Ray Marquess officiating, assisted by Rev. Ervin Darnall and Rev. H.E. Taylor.
Interment was made in the Boren Cemetery. Pallbearers were Richard Arvin and Roy Tinsley, Edgar Taylor, Lacy Sumner and Eston Bridges.
Those in charge of the flowers were: Mrs. Tommy Sumner, Mrs. Durwood Moore, Mrs. Arvin Tinsley, Mrs. Lacy Sumner, Mrs Richard Tinsley, Mrs. Roy Marquess, Mrs. Tommy Green, Mrs. Roy Tinsley and Miss Jane Guier.
Cadiz Record - Feb 08, 1951


Mrs. Lois Moore has been at the point of death of measles. She gave birth a few days ago to a child which died of measles.
Graves County April 1897


Fatal Accident
Marion Moore Killed By a Runaway Team
Thrown From His Wagon and Skull Fractured on a Stone
Marion Moore a farmer living several miles from town on the Buttermilk road, was killed in a runaway accident Saturday afternoon. He left town late in the day driving a team of mules and when about two miles from town the miles ran away. Mr. Moore was thrown from the wagon and his head was crushed on a stone. He was picked up and taken into the house of G. G. ----but did not live but a few minutes.
Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Nov 1900


Minnie Toy Moore, 92 of 220 Turner Ave. died at 7:22 a.m. Wednesday at Community Methodist Hospital.
She was a member of the First Christian Church and was organist at First United Methodist Church for 40 years before her retirement four years ago.
She is survived by six step-daughters, Helen Lacock and Geraldene Toy of Huntington W. Va., Mattie May Lewis of Texas, Myril Diem of Henderson, June Epps of Carterville, Ill., and Aileen Rhodes of Alvin, Tex.; two step-sons, Julius Toy of Naples, Fla., and Dwayne Moore of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; one sister, Ruth McClane of Henderson, nieces and nephews.
Services will be at 2 p.m. at Tapp Funeral Home with the Rev. Donald Nunnelly, the Rev. David Hartman and the Rev. Rebecca Curry officiating. Burial will be in Fairmont Cemetery.
Friends may call at the funeral home.
May 1980 Henderson Gleaner

KY Death Certificate # 27715    S. Cadiz, Trigg County
Morgurite Gladys MOORE
Age: 23 years
Occupation: Housewife
Birthplace: Trigg
Father: Tom WYATT b. Trigg
Mother's Maiden: Lillie HESTER b. Trigg
Informant: A.W. MOORE
Died: Sept. 22, 1929
Cause of death: <?Oclampxia?> following childbirth
Buried: Futrell



William MOORE, passed away at Hopkins County Hospita - Slaughters, Ky., August 9. William Moore retired farmer died Wednesday afternoon at the Hopkins County Hospital in Madisonville following a heart attack.
He is survived by his wife, Eliza (CATES) MOORE his father, and a brother, Leslie MOORRE, all of Slaughters. Funeral services were conducted Friday afternoon from the Baptist church, Rev. J. R. Hartford, officiating. Burial was in the Slaughters Cemetery. (1890-1944) (August 10th, 1944, Sebree Banner)

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