Contributed by:  Phebe Morgan

 b. March 8, 1786
 m. Nancy Bond
  October, 24, 1813
  Barren County, Kentucky
 d. Bradley County, Tennessee

 c. William   1814
  Mary Elizabeth (Polly)  1816
  Jane  1818

The early life of Littleberry is a bit sketchy, but from the records it is clear that Littleberry Moore, Joel Moore and Greenberry Hicks lived near each other in the Mill
Creek area of that part of Barren County that became Monroe County in 1820.  Joel Moore lived near highway 163, a bit to the west between Tompkinsville and Hestand.  In the 1810 census there is a male listed in Joel Moore's household in the 16-26 age racket.  

Littleberry could have become acquainted with Nancy Bond who was living with Greenberry Hicks, her guardian.  The 1820 census of Monroe County,Kentucky list him with 2 sons and 2 daughters.  

In 1826 they have moved to McMinn County, Tennessee; he enters into a land transaction with Alexander C. Robeson for 160 acres in the Hiwassee District -- Grant 1492.  He takes up land also by grant in May 1825, the acreage amount is
not indicated.  In the 1830 census of McMinn County he lists one son 15-20 and 4 daughters.  

In 1839 he takes up land in Bradley County, Tennessee in the Ocoee District, 160 acres on tract 1106 for $2.00.  In the 1840 census of Bradley County, his only remaining children
are two daughters are left in his household.  In the publication Indexes to the Ocoee District Early Land Records he has taken up a total of 1,210 acres by grant. In the 1850 census his land is valued at $1,600.  

His land is located in the Snow Hill area on the Bradley County side.  In the census of 1860 his granddaughter Nancy Robeson lives with him after his wife's death.  In the 1870 census his land is valued at $2,500 and his personal property is valued at $450.  Living with him in 1870 are Lucinda aged 53 and most likely her daughter Martha aged 16.

 Source:  Copy of family bible with dates.  Printed in Belfast 1748.

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