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Novell Inez Boyd Moore

Born: July 22, 1913

Birthplace: Success, Clay County, Arkansas

Died: December 15, 1998

Location: Corning, Clay County, Arkansas

Buried at: Corning Cemetery, Corning, Arkansas

Age: 85   Sex: Female

Father: David Dempsey Boyd

Mother: Inez Cleveland McClabb Boyd

Novell and Truman Moore
Both Novell Boyd and Truman Moore were 20 years old when they were married by the Justice of the Peace near Success, Arkansas. This is the earliest known photo of them together ... perhaps on their wedding day. (The original photo is torn.)

Spouse: Truman Marbry Moore

Married: September 09, 1933

at: Success, Arkansas


Dema Faye Moore Smith b1934 d

Charles David Moore b1936 d1936

Jerry Boyd Moore b1936 d1937

Carolyn Sue Moore Bippus b1938 d

Sonjia Kay Moore Pearson b1941 d

Truman Marbry Moore, Jr. b1945 d

Janice Ann Moore Baxter b1951 d

Truman and Novell Moore
Celebrating her 60th birthday - Truman and Novell Moore are shown here with her birthday cake made by her daughter-in-law Janet Moore. The dinner was held in their original house on the Moore farm west of Success, Arkansas.

Resided at:

Success, Arkansas

Corning, Arkansas

Novell Moore at the river side
Though she did not like to get into the water, Novell Moore spent many a summer day along side Current River (less than a mile from their house on the farm) watching her children and a host of family and friends swimming, skiing, and having fun.

Novell Boyd Moore
Novell Moore seen here while visiting her youngest daughter in Greensboro, North Carolina in the late 1970s and 1980s. She often came to visit and stayed for a month or more. She had lots of fun with us during those visits.
Novell Boyd Moore
Appearing every bit the dignified southern mother she was, Novell Moore was the weekly cook and host of a grand family Sunday dinner for all of her children and their growing families which filled the house with noise, laughter, and love.

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