2651. “White Cemetery,”, Says White Cemetery.
2652. “Mary Amanda Montgomery Griffith,” Find-A-Grave,, 31531719.
2654. Beverly Collins, “Posted Queries for Stoddard County, MO,”, March 26, 1997, Indicates she _THINKS_ they were married in Stoddard County, MO.
2655. Lavonne Moore, “[TNWeakle] Mary Amanda Montgomery,”, April 11, 2001.
2656. “Elizabeth H. “Lizzie” Griffith Pinkston,” Find-A-Grave,, 63570113.
2657. “Elizabeth H. “Lizzie” Griffith Pinkston,” Find-A-Grave,, 63570113, Says July 16, 1924.
2658. “Tennessee, Wills and Probate Records, 1779-2008,” William Smith Webb, 206-2017, Said May 16, 1924.
In the name of God! I, William Smith Webb considering the uncertainty
of this mortal life and being of sound and mind and memory
blessed be the Almighty God for the same, do make and publish this my
last Will and Testament, in manner and form following, that is to
say; first I want my body buried in a Christian like manner, then
I want all my just debts paid, then in the first place I give and
bequeath unto my youngest son William Smith Webb two hundred
and sixty acres of land, where he now lives, being the place where
John Armfield formerly lived, sold by a Decree of the Circuit Court
of Sumner County, to make him equal with my older sons. I also give
and bequeath unto my sons and daughters, Elizabeth Griffith, Samuel
Webb, Ann Burnet, Armstead webb, Joseph Webb, Nancy Latimer and
William Smith Webb, the balance of all my land, two negroes, Milly
and Thornton, my household and kitchen furniture of every kind, my
farming utensils, and stock of every kind, and everything appertaining
or in any wise belonging to me, to be sold, and equally divided between
my above named, sons and daughters. I hereby appoint my two sons
Samuel Webb and Armstead Webb sole Executors of this my last Will
and Testament, hereby revoking all former wills by me made.
In Witness whereof, I have here unto set my hand and affixed my
seal, this 29th day of February, 1836.

(signed) Smith Webb (Seal)

Signed, sealed, published and
declared by the above named
William Smith Webb to be his last Will and Testament in the
presence of us who have here met, subscrlbed our names as
Witnesses in the presence of the Testator.

Robert Simmons
Mosell Donelson
Charles (his X mark) Powel

State of Tennessee
Sumner County Court May Tenn 1836
The last Will and Testament of Smith Webb dce’d was exhibited in
open court for probate and duly proved agreeable to law by the
oaths of Robert Simmons and Moses M Donelson subscribing
witnesses thereto, which is ordered to be recorded and there upon
Samuel Webb and Armstead Webb the Exors named in said Will.
Files (2): CFM-002_WilliamSmithWebb, WilliamSmithWebb_1836_Will
2659. “Stephen Taylor Pinkston,” Find-A-Grave,, 63570115.
2660. “Covella Pinkston Moore,” Find-A-Grave,, 63340554.
2661. “Cleveland Fain Moore,” Find-A-Grave,, 63340537.
2662. C F Moore, “William Smith Webb,” October 22, 1995, CFM-004.
File: CFM-004_CFMoore_Family
2663. “Obituaries,” Cleveland Fain Moore Jr, The Norman Transcript, Norman, OK, September 13, 2021.
Cleveland Fain "CF" Moore, Jr. passed away peacefully on July 6, 2021, nine days after his One-Hundredth birthday, in Norman, Oklahoma. On June 27, 1921, CF was born to Cleveland and Covella Pinkston Moore in Shawnee, Oklahoma. He went to high school in Drumright, Oklahoma, where he graduated in 1939. CF enrolled in college at Oklahoma Agriculture and Mechanical University, now known as Oklahoma State University, where he joined the ROTC as part of a newly established Signal Corps Battalion. In January 1943, CF was called to active duty and attended the first class of the Special Signal Corps Officer Candidates School. During this program, he received specialized training in long-range radios and related areas. He graduated from the OCS program in May 1943 and was awarded a Second Lieutenant Reserve Commission in the U.S Army. He went on to complete his degree in electrical engineering in 1944. CF received additional training before going to England onboard the HSM Britannica, arriving in Liverpool.

He always described his time in the Army as being General Eisenhower's radioman. CF's degree and specialized training led to his assignment at the Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force, commanded by General Eisenhower. He spent two years traveling through Europe while the headquarters moved throughout England, France, Belgium, and Germany before returning to the United States in 1946. He was a proud U.S. veteran. His military awards included the American Campaign Medal; the European, African, Middle East Campaign Medal with three battle stars; the Victory Medal, and a Unit Meritorious Award.

After the war in 1946, CF joined the oil industry with Sohio Petroleum. He started his career as part of what was known as Doodle Buggers. These teams set off dynamite charges and used seismic microphones to create rock structure maps. These detailed maps measured down several thousand feet, helping them locate oil. The crew frequently moved, taking them throughout the U.S. While in Louisiana, CF met Nelwyn Dean.
He was captivated upon meeting her, and they married on May 20, 1949. They traveled together for their first three years of marriage, living in a 25-foot trailer. They both told hilarious stories about their travels, exploration, and life on the backroad, blowing up the ground in often Godforsaken places of the far north and west. CF retired in Oklahoma City from Sohio in 1984, after 38 years with the company.

CF and Nelwyn made a permanent home in Norman, Oklahoma, in 1963, where they raised two sons and lived the rest of their lives. Shortly after moving to Norman, they joined St. Stephens Methodist Church. They never gave up the travel bug and after they retired, they bought an Airstream. For nearly 25-years after retirement, they spent the summers in and around Leadville, Colorado. One of CF's other early hobbies was hunting. This hobby did not last after an unfortunate outing where Nelwyn got a black eye from her rifle scope, causing them to replace hunting with fishing. They fished and camped in many places. They both developed loving and long-term friendships with the people they met in the various locations they visited over their lifetimes. During summer vacations, they would come home for a short respite to refurbish the fishing tackle box and then head back to the mountains until cold weather froze the water in the trailer connections.

CF was an active parent and was highly involved with the Boy Scouts in Troop 242. He traveled with his son's troop to Japan, and he received the Silver Beaver Award for his long and distinguished efforts as a Boy Scout leader. He gave his children many opportunities for exploration, taking frequent trips to national parks across the U.S.

CF was preceded in death by his parents and his beloved wife, Nelwyn, as well as all his siblings, Elvis Edward Moore, Hazel Vern Moore Jennings, Ellsworth William Moore, and Ted Russell Moore. He is survived by his son, Kim, and daughter-in-law, Marta, of Norman, and his son, Keith, and his daughter-in-law, Beth, of Winter Park, Florida. CF has three granddaughters, Kathleen and Kirsten of Norman and Alexis of Winter Park, Florida, and a number of nieces and nephews scattered across the county whom he held very dear in his heart.

A Memorial Service will be held at 2:00 pm on Saturday, September 18, 2021, at St. Stephen's United Methodist Church, 1801 W. Brooks St, Norman, OK 73069.

In lieu of flowers, a donation to St. Stephen's United Methodist Church is requested.
2664. “Obituaries,” Nelwyn Moore, The Norman Transcript, Norman, OK, October 2, 2018.
Nelwyn Dean Moore, age 92, passed away on Tuesday, September 11, 2018 at her home in Norman, Oklahoma. She was born in Springhill, Louisiana and grew up in nearby Sarepta, Louisiana.

Nelwyn graduated from Sarepta High School at age 17, and attended Business School in Shreveport, LA. She worked for an office supply company and later worked for the Army Air Force, helping process the airmens release after WW2 had ended. After leaving her position with the Army Air Force, she worked for Sohio Petroleum Company as a switchboard operator, receptionist and secretary. Her future husband, CF, was assigned to that same office and proceeded to sweep her off her feet.

Nelwyn was married to Cleveland F Moore (CF) at her parents home in Sarepta on May 20, 1949.

CF was a Geophysicist whose job was to use sound waves produced by a Doodle Bug Crew to map the subsurface rocks in search of possible structures that would trap oil. This meant that the crew had to move around a lot. They worked near Tallilah, Port Allen, and Jennings, Louisiana; Douglas, Buffalo, Meetetse, and Basin, Wyoming; Sherman, Texas; Sterling and Fort Morgan, Colorado; Bridgeport, Nebraska (where their son Kim was born); Rawlins, Carper and Lander, Wyoming; Cleveland, Ohio; and finally, they settled in Norman, Oklahoma where she lived happily for over 50 years.

She decided to attend College at OU where she was a good student and earned a Bachelor of Science in Education in 1967. She made Deans Honor List with a 3.6 grade point average and was inducted into the Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society.

Nelwyn taught first grade at Falls School for 16 years and was selected as Teacher of the Year in Cleveland County in 1974.

Nelwyn and her husband joined the St. Stephens United Methodist Church in 1963. She was a member of the cooking committee of the Top Hill and would gather with other members once a month to eat and visit with each other. She enjoyed cooking some good food for this group.

Nelwyn and CF retired in 1981, and began to travel. They had been RVing for several years before they retired, however they were able to enjoy it even more after they had free time. Nelwyn was a serious fisher. They used the RV to visit fishing holes, explore the country, as well as to visit cemeteries, county history groups and county records in search of genealogy materials.

Nelwyn was a great mother to her sons. She wiped their noses or their bottoms, whichever needed it. She cuddled and loved them and occasionally whacked their bottoms when they needed it. She kept them fed and clothed and got them to the doctor when they were sick. She put on band aids for their cuts and sewed on dozens of patches for their Scout uniforms. She agreed to let them do adventurous things even though she was sure that they might get hurt. She encouraged them to take on new goals and helped them when they did. She was a wonderful joyful woman and everyone loved her.

Nelwyn was preceded in death by her parents, Archie Marian Dean and Carrie Cleo Modisett Dean.

Nelwyn is survived by her loving husband, CF, of the home; son, Kim Alan Moore and wife Marta Maurek Moore and their daughters, Kathleen and Kirsten Moore, all of Norman, Oklahoma; son, Keith Randle Moore and wife Beth Revengood Moore and their daughter, Alexis, all of Winter Park, Florida.

She is also survived by her brother, Bruce Dean and his wife Rose Mary Borland Dean of Beaumont, Texas; nephew, Kevin Dean and wife Amy Leserten Dean and their sons Mathew Dean and Benjamin Dean, all of Beaumont, Texas.
Memorial Services will be held on Sunday, October 7, 2018, 3:00 pm, at St. Stephens United Methodist Church, 1801 W. Brooks St., Norman, OK with Rev. Jeannie Himes officiating. To leave on-line condolences and remembrances please visit
2665. “Loyse Pulliam Forehand,” Find-A-Grave,, 61479102.
2666. Tyres Springs, Robertson County, TN, August 16, 1860, “District 12, Robertson County, TN.”
2667. [email protected] (forwarded to me by Claudia Williams), “Re: Ferguson,” February 18, 2001, CJW-001, LDS AFN: 1TR1-TD2.
File: CJW-001_Ferguson
2669. John Webb and Amanda Ervin, “Marriage License, State of Tennessee--Robertson County,” May 16, 1858, Robertson County, TN, USA.
File: WEBB, John & ERVIN, Amanda - 16May1853
2670. Barbara Born, “Webb Family History,” January 10, 2004, BAB-001, Part Three.
File: BAB-001_WebbFamilyHistory
2671. Mary Johnson Link Hester, “The Diary of Mary Johnson Link Hester,”
2672. Mary Johnson Link Hester, “The Diary of Mary Johnson Link Hester,”, Part One.
2673. “United States Census: 1900,” Bureau of the Census, US Dept. of Commerce, United States of America, 1900, TN, Sumner, District 15, June 15, 1900, Lawrence H West, 4A, 4, 125, T623, 1601, 244, Says October 1864.
File: 1900 TN Sumner County Dist 15 p4A
2674. Mary Johnson Link Hester, “The Diary of Mary Johnson Link Hester,”, Part Three.
2675. [email protected] (forwarded to me by Claudia Williams), “Re: Ferguson,” February 18, 2001, CJW-001, LDS AFN: 1TR1-SMB.
File: CJW-001_Ferguson
2677. Archie B Baggett, “Tennessee Death Records, 1914-1955,” microfilm, digital folder number: 4183039-image number: 986-film number: 1299643-volume/page/certificate number: v 42 cn 46,
File: ArchieBBaggettDeathCert
2678. “Robertson County Tennessee Marriage Index 1839 - 1880, Grooms, A-C,”, Lists name as Archer Baggett.
2679. Marjorie J. Biondo by way of Barbara Born, “Webb family.”
2680. “Archie B Baggett,” Find-A-Grave,, 84242059, Says born on June 2, 1830.
2681. “Archie B Baggett,” Find-A-Grave,, 84242059.
2682. “Robertson County Tennessee Marriage Index 1839 - 1880, Grooms, A-C,”
2683. Archer B Baggett and Elizabeth Webb, “Tennessee, State Marriage Index, 1780-2002,” February 5, 1855, Robertson County, TN, USA,
2684. [email protected] (forwarded to me by Claudia Williams), “Re: Ferguson,” February 18, 2001, CJW-001, LDS AFN: 1TR1-SNJ.
File: CJW-001_Ferguson
2685. A T Crawford and Sarah C Webb, “Tennessee, County Marriages, 1790-1950,” February 19, 1856, Robertson County, TN,
File: ATCrawford_SarahCWebb_MarriageCert
2686. “Rev Azariah Thomas Crawford,” Find-A-Grave,, 66738439.
2687. November 14, 2001, Douglas Thomas,, Lists his last name as Dent and has different children.
2688. November 14, 2001, Douglas Thomas,, Lists birth in 1765.
2690. “California Death Index; 1940-1997,” California Department of Health Services, Vital Statistics Section,,, Says she was born in California.
2691. “Tjark U Peters,” Find-A-Grave,, 114017054.
2692. “Augusta Johanna Peters,” Find-A-Grave,, 114017050.
2693. “Agnes Peters Ghilarducci,” Find-A-Grave,, 95350642.
2694. “Frank Marcus Ghilarducci,” Find-A-Grave,, 95350668.
2695. “Minnie E Peters Ablan,” Find-A-Grave,, 92762739.
2696. “George Ablan,” Find-A-Grave,, 92761968.
2697. “John Manning Dent, Sr,” Find-A-Grave,, 119777580.
2698. John Dent and Mary Clower, “Virginia Marriages, 1785-1940,” October 3, 1793, Franklin County, VA,
2699. November 14, 2001, Douglas Thomas,, Gives year as 1781.
2700. “The Clowers/Blackston Genealogy,” December 6, 1999, Arline Collins,,, Gives year as 1779.
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