The Moore Heritage project started with one simple question, a dozen photographs, an old family tree, and a handful of historical documents. Since that time, it has grown into a large-scale genealogy research project that has uncovered a wealth of family history and heritage.
With the enthusiastic assistance from the extended Moore and Beauchamp families, much has been accomplished since the beginning of this project over 10 years ago. The following breakdown of research statistics help give us a high-level detailed view of our progress so far.
While much of the genealogy research can be done by searching online repositories of digital records — it is only by traveling and meeting with family members who share their stories, photos, letters, and other important information that can truly give us insight into our rich family history.
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The Moore Heritage Project is a work-in-progress. And while much has been accomplished in the last 10 years, there is still much to be done. We continue to work diligently on our work until these three project goals have been successfully completed.
The primary goal is to compile all family history information from family members; chronicle all collected information; and conduct thorough genealogical research.
The second goal includes the writing, editing, and publishing of a printed family history book that would be made available to the Moore and Beauchamp families.
The final goal is to preserve our family history for future generations by creating a physical and digital archive of all collected and research materials.