Andrew Moody, Sr.
b.WFT Est 1760-1770
- Andrew Moody, Sr.1760-1770 - BET 1810 AND 1811
Facts and Events
Andrew Moody was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Records of Andrew Moody in Augusta County, VA
From Chalkley's Augusta County Records:
- Moody vs. Moody--O. S. 191; N. S. 67--Bill, 1812--Andrew Moody died in Augusta about 1810-11 intestate, without wife or children and orator, Andrew Moody, Jr., of Kentucky, and his brothers and sisters are the only heirs. Andrew was an Irishman brought to this country very young by his uncle, orator's father, who was also named Andrew Moody and was the only relation in America and was his paternal uncle. Orator's father was a citizen of Virginia and moved to Kentucky, where he died some years before Andrew. The only legitimate descendant of orator's at time of Andrew s death were, viz: Margaret, wife of Andrew Smith; James Moody Jane, wife of Nathaniel Teague; Rachel, wife of John Creason; Samuel Shomen Moody Isaac Moody, Ruth Moody and orator beings sons and daughters, all living out of Virginia. Rachael Creason has died before 17th October, 1812, leaving no children. Andrew, orator's father, lived in Madison County, Ky. Teague and wife, and James Moody lived in Knox County, Ky. Orator lived in Barren County, Ky. Ruth Moody lived in Barren County, Ky. Smith and wife, Isaac and Samuel Moody in Madison County, KY. Andrew Anderson, administrator, answers that Andrew Moody came to Augusta before Revolutionary War with another person who called himself Andrew Anderson. Catharine Moody deposes in Jackesborough Tenn., 25th December, 1812. She is widow of Andrew Moody, Sr., of Kentucky. They were married in Augusta. Rachel Moody married John Creeson and moved to the Missouri and is reported to have died without children. She and her husband Andrew moved from neighborhood of Staunton in 1780 and removed to a place called the pastures, about 45 miles from Staunton, where they lived 5 or 6 years, and then moved to Carter's Valley in Tennessee, thence to Kentucky in 1796, where Andrew died in 1800. Andrew had no brothers or sisters except father of Andrew of Augusta.