In this Blog entry, I will look at the families that are named on the back of the Eno Cemetery Stone marker. For more information about Eno Cemetery, see my Blog entry dated April 24, 2012.
I am reading Joseph Moore's article that was published in the Georgia Genealogical Society Quarterly, Vol. 44, No 1 that was titled: The Quaker John Moore of Upton's Creek, Wrightsboro Township.
On page 15, he says that the Moore family (Richard and Sarah (Jenkins?) Moore) were following their daughter Mary and her husband Joseph Mooney Sr. who had made the trip to Orange County from Pennsyvlania by 1 March 1755, when Joseph Mooney was received in membership at Cane Creek Meeting. The Mooneys had been members of Maiden Creek and New Garden Meetings in Berks County. Remember that the Eno was a preparatory meeting for at least some of the years that these families lived in the area of Cane Creek MM. I need to do a bit more research in order to be sure that the Mooney family mentioned on the stone is the same Mooney family that is daughter and son-in-law of John Moore.