Biography of Rev. Carle Moore
Indiana County, PA Biographies

"REV. CARLE MOORE was born in Jefferson, Greene county, Pennsylvania, in 1848. He was a student of Madison college, Uniontown, Fayette county, Pa., for four years, and read Theology with Rev. John Morgan, a Cumberland Presbyterian minister, of Uniontown. His first charge was over three Cumberland Presbyterian churches, one in each of Venango, Mercer and Crawford counties. After nearly four years' labor he removed to Punxsutawney, where he labored about five years. His successive parishes were: Cumberland Presbyterian church, Mercer county, about two years; Brady's Bend Presbyterian church, for Brady's Bend, Iron works; Cumberland Presbyterian church, in Armstrong county, and Pleasant Unity, Westmoreland county; Beverly and Lowell, Ohio, Congregational, and Greenfield, Ohio, new school Presbyterian churches; Cumberland Presbyterian, Newburg, Indiana, and from 1869 to 1877 for several Presbyterian churches in northern Indiana county.

"Our subject's wife was M. J., daughter of William Caldwell, of Indiana. Their children were: William I., who was born in 1847, graduated from the laboratory department of the Philadelphia school of pharmacy, opened a drug store at Homer City in July, 1876, and in 1877 married Mary G. Woodford, of Cherry Tree, by whom he had one child, Nellie J.; James, deceased, and Thomas, deceased." (This sketch was written in 1880.)


From:
Biographical and Historical Cyclopedia
of Indiana and Armstrong Counties, Pennsylvania
Samuel T. Wiley, Historian & Editor
John M. Greshan & Co.
Philadelphia, 1891

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