Person:John Mooney (3)

John L. Mooney
m. 14 May 1840
  1. Edward William Mooney1841 - 1924
  2. Marcia Ann Mooney1842 - 1921
  3. Mary Ellen Mooney1843 - 1915
  4. John L. Mooney1845 - 1925
  5. Elizabeth Frances Mooney1847 - 1916
  6. Etty Catherine Mooney1849 - Aft 1920
  7. Matilda J. MooneyBet 1851 & 1852 - Aft 1920
  8. Laura Virginia Mooney1855 -
  9. Sarah Alice Mooney1857 -
  10. Thomas B. Mooney1860 - 1863
  1. Sarah C. Mooney1868 -
  2. Rebecca E. Mooney1871 -
  3. Jim Pearl Mooney1874 -
  4. Nettie W. Mooney1876 -
  5. Willie M. Mooney1879 -
  6. Sam V. Mooney1885 - 1977
  7. John Karl Mooney1888 - 1948
Facts and Events
Name John L. Mooney
Gender Male
Birth[1] 1845 Alabama, United States
Census[1] 1850 Choctaw, Alabama, United States
Census[2] 1860 Winn, Louisiana, United States
Census[3] 1870 Claiborne, Louisiana, United States
Census[4] 1880 Columbia, Arkansas, United States
Census[5] 1900 Columbia, Arkansas, United States
Census[6] 1910 Columbia, Arkansas, United States
Census[8] 1920 Columbia, Arkansas, United States
Death[7] 3 Aug 1925 Columbia, Arkansas, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Choctaw, Alabama, United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration Publication M432).

    Choctaw County, Alabama, page 152, family 55
    Census taken 7 Oct 1850
    J. K. Mooney, age 40, male, Planter, born Ireland
    Mary W. Mooney, age 25, female, born Virginia
    Edward W. Mooney, age 9, male, born Alabama
    Martha A. Mooney, age 8, female, born Alabama [Marcia Ann was also known as Martha]
    Mary E. Mooney, age 7, female, born Alabama
    John L. Mooney, age 5, male, born Alabama
    Elizabeth F. Mooney, age 3, female, born Alabama
    Etty C. Mooney, age 8 months, female, born Alabama
    Malinda Kelly, age 16, female, born Alabama [This person is unknown]

  2. Winn, Louisiana, United States. 1860 U.S. Census Population Schedule.

    Winn Parish, Louisiana page 855 (13), dwelling 92, family 89
    Census taken 23 June 1860
    Daniel Waters, age 22, male, born Florida, cannot read or write [John's daughter Marcia Ann married Daniel Waters in Paulding, Mississippi on 10 Jun 1859 according to her Widow's Civil War Pension file]
    Marcey A. Waters, age 18, female,born Alabama
    John K. Mooney, age 50, male, born Ireland, real estate $400, personal estate $350
    Mary W. Mooney, age 36, female, born Virginia
    Mary E. Mooney, age 16, female, born Alabama, attended school
    John L. Mooney, age 15, male, born Alabama, attended school
    Elizabeth Mooney, age 13, female, born Alabama, attended school
    Etty Mooney, age 11, female, born Mississippi, attended school
    Matilda J. Mooney, age 9, female, born Mississippi
    Virginia Mooney, age 5, female, born Mississippi
    Sarah A. Mooney, age 3, female, born Mississippi
    Thomas B. Mooney, age 1 month, born Mississippi
    [The birth of 1 month old Thomas in Mississippi indicates that the family
    had just moved to Winn Parish.]

  3. Claiborne, Louisiana, United States. 1870 U.S. Census Population Schedule.

    Claiborne Parish, Louisiana, Ward 3, Haynesville Post Office, page 81 (49), dwelling 348, family 343
    Census taken on 24 August 1870
    John Mooney, age 25, male, white, works farm, born Alabama, can not read or write, male citizen of US 21 years of age and upwards
    Nancy Mooney, age 26, female, white, keeps house, born Mississippi
    S. C. Mooney, age 3, female, white, born Louisiana
    Luvena Crawford, age 18, female, white, born Mississippi, can not read or write [this is Nancy's sister]

  4. Columbia, Arkansas, United States. 1880 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration Publication T9).

    Columbia County, Arkansas, Warren Township, SD 1, ED 47, page 251 (15), dwelling 103, family 103
    Census taken on 12 June 1880 by John M. Warren, Jr.
    John L. Mooney, white, male, age 35, farmer, can not read or write, born Alabama, father born Ireland, mother born Virginia
    Nancy Mooney, white, female, age 35, wife, keeping house, born Mississippi, father born Tennessee, mother born Mississippi
    Sarah C. Mooney, white, female, age 12, daughter, at home, attended school, born Louisiana, father born Alabama, mother born Mississippi
    Rebecca E. Mooney, white, female, age 9, daughter, at home, born Louisiana, father born Alabama, mother born Mississippi
    James P. Mooney, white, male [sic], age 6, son [sic], at home, born Louisiana, father born Alabama, mother born Mississippi [This is the daughter James "Jim" Pearl]
    Nettie W. Mooney, white, female, age 4, daughter, at home, born Arkansas, father born Alabama, mother born Mississippi
    Willie M. Mooney, white, female, age 2, at home, born Arkansas, father born Alabama, mother born Mississippi
    Macia Legrant, white, female, age 72, grandmother, at home, born Virginia, father born Virginia, mother born Virginia [Marcia Foster Legrand]

  5. Columbia, Arkansas, United States. 1900 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration Publication T623).

    Columbia County, Arkansas, Warren Township, SD 6, ED 48, sheet 7, dwelling 117, family 117
    Census taken 12 June 1900 by Lemuel C. Cook
    John L. Mooney, head, white, male, born March 1847, age 53, married for 33 years, born Alabama, father born Ireland, mother born Alabama, farmer, 0 months unemployed, can read, write and speak English, own farm free of mortgage
    Nancy Mooney, wife, white, female, born May 1846, aged 54, married for 33 years, mother of 9 children with 6 living, born Mississippi, no birthplace for parents, can read, write and speak English
    Nettie Mooney, daughter, white, female, born August 1876, age 23, single, born Arkansas, father born South Carolina, no birth place for mother, can read, write and speak English
    Willie Mooney, daughter, white, female, born August 1879, age 20, single, born Arkansas, father born South Carolina, mother born Mississippi, can read, write and speak English
    Samie Mooney, son, white, male, born February 1885, age 15, single, born Arkansas, father born South Carolina, mother born Mississippi, farm laborer, 0 months unemployed, can read, write and speak English
    Johnie Mooney, son, white, male, born November 1888, age 11, single, born Arkansas, father born South Carolina, mother born Mississippi, farm laborer, 0 months unemployed, can read, write and speak English

  6. Columbia, Arkansas, United States. 1910 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration Publication T624).

    Columbia County, Arkansas, Calhoun Township, SD 7, ED 46, sheet 9, dwelling 172, family 172
    Census taken on 15 April 1910 by U. E. Duffey
    John Mooney, head, male, white, age 64, married 1 time for 40 years, born Mississippi, father born Ireland, mother born Mississippi, speaks English, farmer on a general farm, can not read and write, owns farm free of mortgage
    Nancy Mooney, wife, female, white, age 65, married 1 time for 40 years, born Mississippi, father born Mississippi, mother born Mississippi, speaks English, no occupation, can read and write

  7. Division of Vital Records, Arkansas Department of Health. Death Index, 1914-1950. (Ancestry.com).

    J. L. Mooney, died 3 August 1925 in Columbia County, Arkansas. Roll Number: 19241933

  8. Columbia, Arkansas, United States. 1920 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration Publication T625).

    Columbia County, Arkansas, Warren township, SD 7, ED 76, sheet 5, page 70, dwelling 85, family 85
    Census taken on 23 January C. E. Pullig
    John L. Mooney, head, rents house, male, white, age 74 married, can not read and write, born Alabama, father born Alabama, mother born Georgia, speaks English, no occupation
    Nancy Mooney, wife, female, white, age 76, married, can read and write, born Mississippi, father born Alabama, mother born Georgia, speaks English, no occupation
    _alen Campbell[given name is difficult to read], grand daughter, female, white, age 14, single, attended school, can read and write, born Arkansas, father born Georgia, mother born Georgia, speaks English, no occupation [She was the daughter of John and Nancy's daughter, Willie, who married William Campbell in 1904]