Biographical Sketch of Cora A. Moore

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(See Grant and Downing)-—Francis Milton Musgrove born Decem­ber 6, 1847 at Baptist Mission, Going Snake District, educated at Baptist Mission. Married June 2, 1865 Clara Elizabeth Alberty, born June 11, 1845 near Baptist Mission. Frank M. who was always known as Frank was elected a member of Council from Cooweescoowee District August 1, 1881; Senator May 5, 1887 and Councilor January 24, 1888. He died January 17,1895.

Francis M. and Clara E. Musgrove were the parents of: Elizabeth H., born November 21, 1867, and married Edward D. Hicks; James Tandy ,born August 5, 1869 graduated from Male Seminary June 28, 1888 elected sheriff of Cooweescoowee District August 1, 1893. He was killed June 3, 1895 while in performance of the duties of his office. Sallie S., born January 9, 1871, married Charles M. Cox and J. A. Martin; William Alberty, born September 13,1973; Margaret May, born January 4, 1876 married Walter R. Eaton and died October 7. 1916;

Cora Archer, born February 26, 1879, graduated from Female Seminary June 25, 1897, married February 22, 1899 James Herbert Moore, born Jan. 14, 1876.

Clement Rogers born February 14, 1882, appointed County Clerk of Rogers County in 1919 and elected to the same office in 1920; Frank F., born January 18, 1885 and Andrew Lane Musgrove, born August 19, 1889.

James Herbert and Cora Archer Moore are the parents of: William, born January 13, 1900; Foreman, born Sept. 13, 1902; Veta Clara, born April 20, 1905, Nellie, born January 6, 1907; Marjorie born No­vember 25, 1913, died January 23, 1914; James Herbert Jr., born February 26 1914; Linn Ross, born November 21, 1918; Joseph and Samuel, twins, born July 31, 1920.

MLA Source Citation:

Starr, Emmett. History of the Cherokee Indians and Their Legends and Folk Lore. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: The Warden Company. 1921 Web. 27 January 2015. - Last updated on Nov 26th, 2012

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