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 Nevertheless,​ he was declared a lunatic in court and sent to an asylum, either at Anchorage or Lexington (the newspapers differ). Apparently, however, he made a victorious return, showing up in Boone County on the [[1880]] census with his new wife (yes, you read that right), also named Mary. Mary Moore, on the other hand, never married. In her will, she left her property to her brother William, who helped save her life twenty years before. She and her father and brother are buried in [[https://​www.findagrave.com/​cemetery/​75181/​moore-cemetery|Moore cemetery]] in Boone County. ​ Nevertheless,​ he was declared a lunatic in court and sent to an asylum, either at Anchorage or Lexington (the newspapers differ). Apparently, however, he made a victorious return, showing up in Boone County on the [[1880]] census with his new wife (yes, you read that right), also named Mary. Mary Moore, on the other hand, never married. In her will, she left her property to her brother William, who helped save her life twenty years before. She and her father and brother are buried in [[https://​www.findagrave.com/​cemetery/​75181/​moore-cemetery|Moore cemetery]] in Boone County. ​
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 +===== More Information =====
 +  * [[Moore Family]]
 +  * [[https://​bcp.ent.sirsi.net/​client/​en_US/​history/​search/​results?​qf=BCPL_COLL%09BCPL_COLL%09Moore+Family%09Moore+Family&​te=ASSET|Moore family files]]
 +==== Related Topics ====
 +  * [[Articles of Interest]]
 +  * [[terrill_house|Moore-Terrill House]]
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