Person:Keziah Moberly (5)

Keziah Moberly
b.abt 1745
m. abt 1719
  1. Dorcus MoberlyAbt 1720 - Aft 1795
  2. William Moberleyabt 1725-1730 - bef 1781
  3. Clement MoberlyAbt 1725 - abt 1793
  4. Benjamin Moberlyabt 1727 - abt 1807
  5. Susannah Moberlybet 1730 and 1735 - 1769
  6. Sarah Moberly1732 - abt 1822
  7. Mary Moberlyabt 1734 - est 1748-1828
  8. Edward Moberly, Jr.1735 - 1781
  9. John Moberlyabt 1737 - aft 1822
  10. Samuel Mobleyabt 1739 - abt 1803
  11. Elizabeth Moberly1741 - 1838
  12. Keziah Moberlyabt 1745 - aft 1826
  • HThomas Meadors1736 - Bef 1826
  • WKeziah Moberlyabt 1745 - aft 1826
m. abt 1760
  1. Jason Meadors1764 - 1823
  2. William Meadorsabt 1767 - bef 1819
  3. Thomas Meadows1771 - 1818
  4. Isham Meadowsabt 1774 - bef 1828
  5. Dorcas MeadorsAbt 1775 - 1858
  6. Isaiah MeadowsAbt 1779 - 1826
  7. Sarah MeadorsBet 1784 and 1786 -
  8. Edward Moberly MeadorsABT 1784 - Abt 1839
  9. Middleton Meadors1789 -
  10. Pleasant Meadorsest 1790 - 1843
Facts and Events
Name Keziah Moberly
Alt Name[2] Keziah Moberley
Gender Female
Birth[3] abt 1745 probably Maryland
Marriage abt 1760 Virginia or South Carolina
to Thomas Meadors
Alt Marriage to Thomas Meadors
Other[1] 14 Sep 1826 Whitley, Kentucky, United StatesAcknowledged deceased husband's sale of property to son Pleasant
Death? aft 1826 Whitley, Kentucky, United States
References
  1. Whitley County (Kentucky). Clerk of the County Court. Deeds, 1818-1934. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1967-1968), Book 1, p. 152; FHL #0531629, Primary quality.

    We the undersigned certify that this day Kesiah Meaders Relict of Thomas Meaders deceased appeared before us acting justice of the peace for Whitley County and being privately examined apart from all her friends by us she freely and voluntarily acknowledged that she was perfectly satisfied and consentive and perfectly satisfied with the deed of conveyance made by her deceased husband to their son Pleasant Meadors and that she freely and voluntarily relinquishes her rights of dower to the said one hundred acres of land and acknowledge the deed of conveyance to be her act and Deed
    Signed 14 Sept 1826 Wm B. Creekmore JP, J White JP

  2. Hill, George Anderson. Hill & Hill-Moberly connections of Fairfield County, South Carolina. (Ponca City, Oklahoma: Hill, c1961), p. 227, Secondary quality.

    Keziah Moberley, daughter of Edward moberley, Sr. and Susannah DeRuel, married Thomas Meador.

  3. Meador, Victor P. (Victor Paul), and Bernal M. Meador. Our Meador families in colonial America: as found in the records of Isle of Wight, Lancaster, (old) Rappahannock, Richmond, Essex and Caroline Counties, Virginia. (Independence, Missouri: V.P. Meador, 1983).

    Keziah Moberly, dau. of Edward Moberly & Susannah DeReul, b. ca 1747