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- Correspondence, 1849, 1857-1861, of David Moore, a shoe merchant in Baltimore, Maryland, and later owner of the David Moore Company in Weston, Platte County, Missouri. All but one letter in this collection was written while Moore was in Missouri. Correspondence principally concerns the settlement and collection of accounts and judgments. There is also an order, 10 April 1861, announcing the arrest of a runaway slave owned by Richard Glasebrook. The order commands Charles Tinsley to deliver the slave to his owner
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- David W. Moore was born in Virginia circa 1815 and married Jane E. Moore. He operated a shoe mercantile in Baltimore, Maryland, for several years before moving to Weston, Platte County, Missouri.
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