Sons of Isham Wallace and Nancy Furr
Wes, Emsley, Sam, Byrd, and John
This website is dedicated to the descendants of Everet Wallace (c1770-c1845) of Moore County, NC but explores and attempts to document all of the families of northern Moore County, NC. If you descend from the families who resided in or near the towns of Robbins, High Falls or Eagle Springs or the current/former communities of Westmoore, Spies, Needham's Grove, Parkwood, Hallison, Putnam, Carter's Mills, Gold Region, Big Oak, Caledonia, Prosperity, Noise, Quiet, Rise, Horners or for that matter anywhere in Bensalem, Ritters, Sheffields, Deep River or Carthage townships or communities in neighboring counties like Candor, Biscoe, Star, Seagrove, Whynot, Bennett or Carbonton, your ancestors can likely be found on this site.
Some of the most prominent surnames include Wallace, Maness, Williams, Garner, Brown, Davis, Ritter, Moore, Britt, Kennedy, Williamson, Stutts, Morgan, Cagle, Brewer, Smith, Hussey, Richardson, Cockman, Melton, Sheffield, Bean, Sullivan, Stewart, Seawell, Freeman, Sanders, Cole, McNeill, Yow, Deaton, Shields, Dunn, Caddell, Hunsucker, Horner, Allen, Dunlap, Purvis, Furr, Hare, Key, Shamburger, etc.
I hope you will take a look at this website and possibly find a connection. My grandfather, Mallie Wallace, loved his family and all of the stories about them. Growing up we would spend hours listening to the stories that had been passed down to him and the ones he had lived himself. Over 30 years ago, he and I started writing it all down and began formally researching the Wallaces and other Moore County families. He passed away in 2002 at 92 years old but will live on forever in our hearts and memories.
The website includes over 50,000 individuals, over 1,600 original documents, 3,000 tombstone photographs, 1,300 family photographs, 1,250 DNA tests and a map of 2,700 Land Grants encompassing over 400 square miles of territory in northern Moore County.
I've gone to great pains to insure that the data on this website is as accurate as possible. Please feel free to
contact me if you find an inaccuracy or just have a question. I look forward to hearing from you and hope you find something on this site that can help you in your own research. Don't forget to bookmark the site as I continue to update and add new information daily.
Wallace Family History
Timeline Records of Wallaces in Moore County, NC 1788-1900.
Wallace DNA Analysis Results and Analysis of Wallace DNA Testing.
The progenitor of the Wallaces of Moore County, NC.
Beyond Everet Who were Everet's parents; where did
he come from?
Son of Everet and one of the most widely held ancestors in northern Moore County.
Grandson of Everet, son of Isham and spinner of legendary tales.
Grandson of Emsley, son of Lucian and the last of the "Old Wallaces".
Family members should note that information about
living members can only be accessed by registered users.
Submit your personal
information or additional data on an existing
Please let us know you visited and share info on your ancestors!.
Most Photos and Documents are also uploaded to Ancestry.com (R) so you can easily add them to your tree. This link will take you to my account or you can search for "mojack03".
Moore County, NC Research Documents
Research Books on Moore County History and Genealogy Thousands of abstracted records of Moore County History including hundreds of images and hard to find maps. A full name and place name index is included in each volume.
Landmarks of Moore County Over 1,000 locations of old homeplaces, cemeteries, roads, post offices, schools, mills, etc.
Old Maps of Moore County Over 50 original and hard to find maps from 1770-1930s.
Selected Family Timelines Records of Brewer, Britt, Caddell, Cagle, Cockman, Dunn, Furr, Hunsucker, Maness, Melton, Morgan, Richardson, Ritter, Sheffield, Smith, Wallace and Williams families in early Moore County, NC.
Early Petitions Petitions with references to early residents of Moore, Montgomery, Randolph and Chatham including many original signatures and marks (X).
Migrations Southward and westward migrations of over 400 Moore County, NC pioneers and families.
DNA Tests Over 1,250 tests linked to individual family members.
Moore County DNA Project DNA Results and Analysis for Moore County families including Allen, Barrett, Bean, Brewer, Britt, Brown, Burns, Caddell, Cagle, Carpenter, Caviness, Chriscoe, Cockman, Cole, Comer, Davis, Deaton, Dunn, Furr, Garner, Hancock, Hardin, Hare, Horner, Hunsucker, Hussey, Jackson, Kennedy, Key, Kidd, Maness, McIntosh, McNeill, Melton, Monroe, Moore, Morgan, Muse, Nall, Phillips, Richardson, Riddle, Ritter, Sanders, Seawell, Sheffield, Smith, Stewart, Stutts, Sullivan, Wallace, Welch, Williams, Williamson and Wright.
Early Marriage Records of Moore County, NC Original Marriage Records for Moore [1785, 1787, 1851-1867].
Early Original Tax Records Tax lists for Cumberland [1755, 1767, 1777, 1778, 1779, 1780, 1783], Moore [1793, 1795, 1797, 1807-1808, 1815, 1818-1823, 1844-1849, 1851-1857] and Montgomery .
1750-1800 Land Grant Map Maps of northern Moore County's earliest Land Grants by decade.
Interactive Map of Moore County, NC Land Grant Records
Moore County, NC Land Grant Records Listing of over 2,700 northern Moore County Land Grants.
Index to Moore County, NC Land Grant Records Thousands of references to northern Moore County families.
Moore County, NC Civil War Roster Confederate soldiers from Moore County including Name, Company and Regiment from USGENWEB.