Surname: Moody

Biography of Preston T. Moody

PRESTON T. MOODY. Among the thoroughgoing, wide-awake farmers and stockraisers of Christian County, Missouri, stands Preston T. Moody, whose intelligence, perseverance and industry have brought him good returns. Like so many of the representative citizens of the county, he came originally from Tennessee, having been born in the eastern part of that State in 1822. His parents, Thomas and Elizabeth (Belyew) Moody, were natives of Kentucky, and there they were married. Until 1852 Mr. and Mrs. Moody resided in different counties of east Tennessee, and then came by wagon to Maries County, Missouri, where both died within four years afterward.

Biography of Hon. Zenas Ferry Moody

HON. Z.F. MOODY. – Zenas Ferry Moody, ex-Governor of the State of Oregon, was born on the 27th of May, 1832, in Granby, Massachusetts. His father was Major Thomas H. Moody. His mother was Hannah M. Ferry, an aunt of ex-Senator T.W. Ferry, of Michigan, formerly vice-president of the United States. Governor Moody comes of good old New England Revolutionary stock, his grandfather, Gideon Moody, having borne arms as a soldier during the Revolutionary war. He has proved himself worthy of his lineage; and the principles which he imbibed on New England soil have been the guide of his whole

Moody, Lottie – Obituary

In Eagle Valley, June 25th, of typhoid fever; Lottie Moody; aged 11 years and 5 months. Mountain Sentinel, Saturday July 3, 1880

Moody, Ralph P. – Obituary

R. P. Moody found dead in his chair—had lived in this part of the state for forty years and 15 years on McKay creek ranch where death occurred—wife was stricken with paralysis five weeks ago. R. P. Moody, one of the eastern Oregon’s pioneers, and one of the best known ranchers in the McKay Creek District, was found dead in his chair in his home 23 miles from this city late last evening [October 16, 1908]. The death was a sudden shock to the community in which he lived. Mr. Moody was supposed to be in the best of health

Moody, Ralph Lee – Obituary

Funeral for Ralph Lee Moody will begin 2 p.m. Thursday at the Burns Mortuary Chapel in Pendleton, followed by vault burial at Olney Cemetery. Friends may call at the mortuary from 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday and on Thursday morning. Moody, 74, a lifetime resident here, died Monday [October 10, 1983] at St. Anthony Hospital. He was born in Pendleton, Aug. 30, 1909, to Al and Lula Barnes Moody. With the exception of time spent in military service, he worked for Umatilla County from 1938 until he retired as assistant county roadmaster in 1974. On March 7, 1931, he married

Moody, Marguerite Lee – Obituary

Word was received here this morning [May 15, 1909] of the death of Mrs. R. P. Moody at an advanced age, at the home of her son, Albert Moody, on Cabbage Hill. The cause of death and none of the particulars of her life could be learned today. The body will be brought to Pendleton this evening and the funeral services will be conducted at the Baker & Folsom undertaking parlors tomorrow afternoon at 4 o’clock. In addition to her son, she is survived by one daughter, Mrs. William Rhodes, who also resides on Cabbage Hill. Mr. Moody died October

Moody, Lula May Barnes – Obituary

Funeral will be Saturday for Lulu May Moody of Pendleton. Mrs. Moody, 79, died early this morning [May 16, 1968] at St. Anthony Hospital. She was born on Cabbage Hill in Umatilla County, and had lived in Pendleton all her life. She was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary and Calvary Baptist Church. She was married to Albert O. Moody in Pendleton April 11, 1906. He died in 1956. Survivors are a son, Ralph L., Pendleton; two daughters, Mrs. Tom (Margaret) Melton and Mrs. Gene (Beulah) Harover, both of Pendleton; a brother, Ray Barnes, Pendleton; two sisters,

Moody, Eva Lorrine Tobin – Obituary

Eva L. Moody, 85, of Pendleton, died Friday, Dec. 16, 1994, at St. Anthony Hospital in Pendleton. The funeral will be 10 a.m. Wednesday in the chapel at Burns Mortuary of Pendleton with interment at Olney Cemetery. Mrs. Moody was born Aug. 31, 1909, at Union, to Pearl George and Dora Millman Tobin and had lived in Pendleton most of her life. She married Ralph Moody on March 7, 1931. Mrs. Moody was employed at Smith Canning and Frozen Foods for many years. She was a member of the First Baptist Church. Her husband, Ralph, died in 1983. Surviving is

Moody, Albert Oran – Obituary

Albert O. Moody, 77, Pendleton, for 37 years employed by the Umatilla County road department, died at his home today [October 10, 1956] after a long illness. Born in Dry Creek, Wash., he had lived in Umatilla County for the greater part of his life. He retired from his road position Jan. 1, 1953. Previous to his county employment, he had served under Sheriff Tom Gurdane. He is survived by his widow, the former Lula Barnes, the two having celebrated their golden wedding anniversary here this year; son and daughters, Ralph Moody, Mrs. Margaret Melton and Mrs. Beulah Harover, Pendleton;

Moody, Terence Keith “T.K.” – Obituary

Terence Keith “T.K.” Moody died peacefully at his home on Monday, Jan. 17, 2005, with his family by his side. Memorial services are pending. He was born on March 28, 1933, in Baker City. He is survived by his two daughters, Sherry Moody of Boise and Dana Moody Becker of Las Vegas, Nev. He has one grandson, Max. His sisters, Bev and Pat, and brother, Jerry, and their families will dearly miss him. He was a 20-year resident of Alaska and was an avid hunter and fisherman. During most of his life, he worked in the telecommunications field, but wanted