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James Mooney

James Mooney, Sr., son of Jacob Mauney, was born between 1770 and 1775 in Tryon (Lincoln) County, North Carolina and died after 1830.  

Other events in the life of James Mooney

Occupations : Farmer. 

Land:  He purchased 200 acres of land (State Land Grant) on Knob Creek in Rutherford County, North Carolina on January 4, 1792.  He sold this land to his brother Daniel in 1803.  

Residences: He resided in Rutherford County, N.C. until about 1809 then relocated to Warren County, Tennessee where the family resided through 1830. (Tax records show James Mooney owned land in Warren County in 1805 though his son James Jr. indicated he was born in North Carolina in census records.)


Children of James Mooney and Unknown

James Mooney, Jr.. was born in 1808 in North Carolina and died in 1857 in Texas County, Missouri.  He married Mary Unknown.

Didema Mooney was born about 1810 Warren County, Tenn.  She married J.A. Williams about 1829 and after his death, Soloman Huffman about 1845. 

Byers Mooney was born in 1814 in Warren, County, Tenn. and died after 1860. 1845 in Missouri and was living with the Mooney's in 1850.  Byers was the executor of his father's estate. 

Joseph Hale Mooney was born about 1816 in Tennesse and died in 1863 in Texas County, Missouri.  He married Rachael E. Diedrick on November 11, 1838.

Amos Mooney was born about 1821 in Tennessee.  He married Martha Jane Compton on November 28, 1844 in Maddison County, Missouri.


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