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226    MOOREFIELD FAMILY

      Location - Hwy 62 south of Milton.

      Coordinates: 36d 30m 53.9s N; 79d 13m 52.3s W Click here for Google maps

      GPS is approximate.

      Surveyed by Yancey M. Smith in 2009.


  1. Bradsher, Nancy Moorefield   (b. 7 Jan 1937 - d. 1 Nov 1980)
      • wife of Ronald Sutton Bradsher. daughter of James Franklin and Evelyn Bradner Moorefield
  2. Moorefield, Alfred Dunnreath (Dunn)   (b. 6 Mar 1945 - d. 26 Jun 2008)
      • son of James Franklin and Evelyn Bradner Moorefield
  3. Moorefield, Alice Virginia   (b. 1934 - d. 1935)
      • daughter of James Franklin and Evelyn Bradner Moorefield
  4. Moorefield, Evelyn Bradner   (b. 28 Feb 1907 - d. 12 Feb 1992)
      • wife of James Franklin Moorefield
  5. Moorefield, James Franklin (J. Frank)   (b. 22 Jan 1885 - d. 20 Sep 1962)
      • husband of Evelyn Bradner Moorefield
  6. Moorefield, James Franklin (J. Frank), II   (b. 17 Aug 1938 - d. 17 Dec 2008)
      • son of James Franklin and Evelyn Bradner Moorefield
  7. Moorefield, William Conway   (b. 1 Aug 1940 - d. 8 Sep 2006)
      • son of James Franklin and Evelyn Bradner Moorefield


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