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    1. [MOULDER] new list home is MOULDER-genealogy
    2. Timothy Stowell
    3. The new home for the Moulder list is ready to go. In a few minutes, I'll send out personal invitations to the subscribers of this list who wish to join the new group will be able to do so. I can not add members directly. It should be a link you can click that will let you 'accept' the invitation to join the new group. You may need to check your spam folder as I can't say when such will be delivered. If you don't find an invitation in your email you may also go to this site - https://groups.io/g/MOULDER-genealogy and select Join Group. Folks may continue to post to this list through tomorrow 3/1. Tim Stowell

    02/29/2020 08:44:20
    1. [MOULDER] Status of the Moulder list - 2020
    2. Timothy Stowell
    3. As of now, the Moulder list has 28 subscribers. In light of Rootsweb's decision to close this list and every other list on March 2nd, with the current administrator's blessing, a friend and I have set up a new home for this list. In my next email, I'll send you further information regarding this and how to join the new home for this list. Tim Stowell Chattanooga

    02/28/2020 01:36:12
    1. [MOULDER] Admin Notice
    2. Gene Phillips
    3. As you may have noticed, Rootsweb mail lists are back on-line! I hope everyone will begin utilizing this list and the many others available at Rootsweb. If you have any questions about this list please fee free to send me a message! There are still some bugs to be worked out. The mailing list is still text only and attachments are not allowed. You can now manage your own account to make changes to how the mail list works for you. However to do that you will need to set up an account. This is to make the mailing lists more secure from outsiders trying to harvest email addresses. If you need help navigating the new system: http://home.rootsweb.ancestry.com/listindexes/listsHelp Gene Phillips List Admin

    04/06/2018 08:24:17
    1. [MOULDER] David Moulder/Molder
    2. lcrawford via
    3. I would like to learn more about a David Molder/Moulder who married Elizabeth Howard in Polk County MO in 1856. David supposedly served in the Civil War and one tale says he died there another says Elizabeth left him and married another man without divorcing David. The second husband died at the end of the war so the stories may be confused. So far I haven’t found anything on David and the war. There was a Daniel in Polk County MO that could have been his father, but I don’t think so. A David Moulder died in 1911 in Camden County MO and one person has him as the above David. The one that died in 1911 was born in 1840 and the David I am looking for was older than that I believe. If it was the same then he would have only been 16 when he married Elizabeth. Elizabeth’s mother was Ellinda Howard. She married the above Daniel Molder after her husband James Howard died. It gets very confusing. David and Elizabeth had a daughter Lusetta/ Lucetta/Luzettie born in 1857 and a son James born in 1859 who I have yet to find after 1870.

    04/27/2015 02:58:56
    1. [MOULDER] ..
    2. Hi! I glad to see you online! http://www.sonicsyntax.com/foldephp1342/christmas-index.php?lingoogleid=46 Mon, 26 Dec 2011 22:11:48 ______________ "Hooper listened; then voiced a further and evidently suggested opposition:Them lads is from the town here; aint they? Nothin but a lot o hoodlums down yan." (c) Brittani vyrobnach

    12/26/2011 09:11:48
    1. Re: [MOULDER] My Moulder family
    2. Billie
    3. Anne, I can't see where I answered your message.  Thank you for writing me about your Moulder family; I"m curious to know if you are kin to the Moulder line currently living in Pennsylvania.  A couple of the brothers, Greg and Gary and I have been trying to fit together how they would be kin to my line of John (brother to Valentine Felta), Henry Sr., Henry Jr., Elijah, Claborn Valentine, Charley, Carroll and then me. Billie Michael Shelly November 24, 1970 -April 22, 2006  "Earth has no sorrow that Heaven cannot heal"   ----- Original Message ----- From: "Applejack2@webtv.net" <Applejack2@webtv.net> To: moulder@rootsweb.com Cc: Sent: Saturday, February 12, 2011 10:39 AM Subject: [MOULDER] My Moulder family My gggrandfather was Rufus Moulder (father was Felta Moulder).  Rufus's daughter, Ester Jane Moulder-Nations (husband: Henry H. Nations)...... Their daughter, Etta M.A. Nations married Geo. Braton.  Please write at:  chakotay2@q.com    Thank you  Anne Anne ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to MOULDER-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    06/29/2011 07:18:55
    1. [MOULDER] My Moulder family
    2. My gggrandfather was Rufus Moulder (father was Felta Moulder). Rufus's daughter, Ester Jane Moulder-Nations (husband: Henry H. Nations)...... Their daughter, Etta M.A. Nations married Geo. Braton. Please write at: chakotay2@q.com Thank you Anne Anne

    02/12/2011 02:39:45
    1. Re: [MOULDER] Molder genealogy
    2. Shirley Ferreira
    3. Hi Vala: Do you know if anyone in your immediate family or Billie's has given any thought to the DNA test?  I think maybe I can talk a couple of my brothers into taking the swab test if I contribute some of the fee.  I'm starting to think his may give us some more leads to our Molder/Moulders. Shirley ________________________________ From: Vala <VALARPACHL@COX.NET> To: Billie <cherokeesshadow@yahoo.com> Cc: Shirley Ferreira <shirl912@sbcglobal.net> Sent: Tue, February 8, 2011 8:56:53 PM Subject: Molder genealogy Hi Billie, Sorry I haven't kept in touch.  I haven't been with it lately. Wm F. Craig interviewed my Mother about her family.  I'm not sure when he interviewed them but I know it was a long time before my Dad died (1978). Bill gave me copies of the Family History Forms he made during that interview.   My Mom didn't know what her Dad's grandparents names were but she did have enough information to indicate that her Grandfather, George Molder had to be the son of Elijah and Rutha Molder. She mentioned George Molder's family Carroll Molder and his wife Nora, Callie, and Isom. She mentioned the names some Carroll Molders children. Jim Molder, Hobe Molder and 2 or 3 daughters.  She mentioned Hobe's Children, a daughter married to a Hawkins, A son that lives in Alma, and a daughter that married a Montgomery.   She was confused about Callie Molder Austin, she thought Callie was Frank's Aunt, instead of his cousin.  She had saved a newspaper photo of Troy Austin (Callie's Son), and wrote on the article that this was her Dad's own Cousin.  I know she mentioned her Dad's Aunt Ellen.  I know she had heard her Dad talk about Aunt Ellen and confused the picture of Callie with Aunt Ellen.  She said that Aunt Ellen and her dad were about a year apart in age.  Actually Frank was born in Oct. 1879 and Callie was born Jan. 1881.  Frank said he was born in Barry County Missouri.  I have searched for the 1880 Census for George Molder and family and James Isom and family.  I can't find either.  I cannot find documentation of a Marriage for George and Katie but I am still looking.     Mother did indicate that George Molders birthplace was Missouri.  He died when Frank Molder was a boy and he was buried somewhere in Missouri.   Concerning the George W. Molder in Texas, according to everything I can find, he was born June 27, 1850 in Arkansas.  Elijah and Rutha were married Aug. 30 1850 in Tennessee.    I ask my oldest sister about her memories of any of the Molders.  She remembered going with Mother and our Molder grandparents (Frank and Corda) to his Uncle Carroll's house to pick muscadines.  They all lived in Crawford County Arkansas at the time. That had to be Elijah Carroll Molder's home.   The pictures I have of my grandfather and a woman that Mother thought was Aunt Ellen must have been Callie Molder Austin. If the age she had written on the picture was correct it had to be taken around 1940.  The picture she thought was Issie Molder was taken around the same time.  I think they got together at E.C. Molder's funeral.  The man probably  either Claborne Valentine Molder or James Isom's son.   I can e-mail you copies of the Family History Data Sheets if you would like.  I don't have any other documentation to prove this but I am going to keep digging.  Maybe it will turn up one of these days.    What do you think?  Give me some feedback.   Vala

    02/11/2011 07:35:40
    1. Re: [MOULDER] Dathan and Holly Holbert Molder
    2. Billie
    3. Hi Shirley, I found yesterday that Dathan passed in 2005.  What a shame...........might have found a few more cousins. We made a trip to Arkansas in April to the old home place of my greatgrandparents, Clayborn and Sarah Bell Molder.  It would have been fascinating to have found family from that area to see how things were back then or someone that might have known them. You handed me a barrel of information and thank you for that.  Every little thing puts things in perspective. Thanks loads for taking care of me, Billie     "Earth has no sorrow that Heaven cannot heal"   ________________________________ From: Shirley Ferreira <shirl912@sbcglobal.net> To: moulder@rootsweb.com Sent: Wed, May 19, 2010 10:45:57 AM Subject: Re: [MOULDER] Dathan and Holly Holbert Molder Hi Billie, I have the parents of Holly Hobert Molder as Elijah Carroll Molder and Lucy (Thomas) Molder.  Their children were Dathan Elbert (married Faye Porter); Mildred (married G. A. Montgomery); Freda (married ? Hawkins); Ada (married ? Chastain) and Hobart/Hobert.  Dathan's children are Billy, Barry and Kerry. I have an article from 2006 announcing the engagement of Bryce Wade Molder to Kelley Lee Fike.  It says Bryce Wade is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs Dathan Molder of Alma, AR.  The article says Bryce Wade Molder is the professional golfer.  It doesn't say which of Dathan's children was the father of Bryce. I also have a phone number of Hobart, the son of Holly Hobart.  I called him a few years ago but he didn't know much history.  He was in Claremore, OK then but I don't know if he is still living but most likely he is.   ________________________________ From: Billie <cherokeesshadow@yahoo.com> To: MOULDER-L@rootsweb.com Sent: Tue, May 18, 2010 1:20:01 PM Subject: [MOULDER] Dathan and Holly Holbert Molder I have a couple of questions..........or maybe a couple more than that. Does anybody know who Holly Holbert Molder's father was?  Also does anybody know if Dathan Molder is still living and how to contact him if he is?  Maybe his wife?  It seems his son is the golfer and I dont know if there are other children or not.  Sure would like to talk to someone from that line. Billie     "Earth has no sorrow that Heaven cannot heal"       ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to MOULDER-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to MOULDER-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    05/19/2010 03:00:17
    1. Re: [MOULDER] Dathan and Holly Holbert Molder
    2. Shirley Ferreira
    3. Hi Billie, I have the parents of Holly Hobert Molder as Elijah Carroll Molder and Lucy (Thomas) Molder.  Their children were Dathan Elbert (married Faye Porter); Mildred (married G. A. Montgomery); Freda (married ? Hawkins); Ada (married ? Chastain) and Hobart/Hobert.  Dathan's children are Billy, Barry and Kerry. I have an article from 2006 announcing the engagement of Bryce Wade Molder to Kelley Lee Fike.  It says Bryce Wade is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs Dathan Molder of Alma, AR.  The article says Bryce Wade Molder is the professional golfer.  It doesn't say which of Dathan's children was the father of Bryce. I also have a phone number of Hobart, the son of Holly Hobart.  I called him a few years ago but he didn't know much history.  He was in Claremore, OK then but I don't know if he is still living but most likely he is.   ________________________________ From: Billie <cherokeesshadow@yahoo.com> To: MOULDER-L@rootsweb.com Sent: Tue, May 18, 2010 1:20:01 PM Subject: [MOULDER] Dathan and Holly Holbert Molder I have a couple of questions..........or maybe a couple more than that. Does anybody know who Holly Holbert Molder's father was?  Also does anybody know if Dathan Molder is still living and how to contact him if he is?  Maybe his wife?  It seems his son is the golfer and I dont know if there are other children or not.  Sure would like to talk to someone from that line. Billie     "Earth has no sorrow that Heaven cannot heal"       ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to MOULDER-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    05/19/2010 02:45:57
    1. [MOULDER] For Fredric : DNA testing
    2. Billie
    3. Fredric, Concerning DNA, if you've done a sample through a different company, are the results still avaiable or are there too many variences? I have two male relatives that did DNA so they could prove one was a member of my family; they matched 100%. Billie Molder     "Earth has no sorrow that Heaven cannot heal"

    05/18/2010 12:20:34
    1. [MOULDER] Dathan and Holly Holbert Molder
    2. Billie
    3. I have a couple of questions..........or maybe a couple more than that. Does anybody know who Holly Holbert Molder's father was?  Also does anybody know if Dathan Molder is still living and how to contact him if he is?  Maybe his wife?  It seems his son is the golfer and I dont know if there are other children or not.  Sure would like to talk to someone from that line. Billie     "Earth has no sorrow that Heaven cannot heal"

    05/18/2010 07:20:01
    1. [MOULDER] Georgia Molder/Moulder
    2. Billie
    3. Are there any Moulder/Molder lines here that came from Georgia?  Would you connect to John the immigrant or Henry Sr, his son? Billie     "Earth has no sorrow that Heaven cannot heal"

    01/21/2010 11:36:50
    1. [MOULDER] Moldler of KIDDERMINSTER
    2. Christine Sadler
    3. I am researching the Moulder family from KIDDERMINSTER / COOKLEY / WOLVERLEY in Worcestershire. George Moulder and Ann (nee Jones) were living at The Tinman's Arms, Kidderminster in 1861. Their daughter, MARY ANN, was born about 1858 and she marred George HAWKESWOOD in 1880. Any information on the above will be much appreciated. Christine

    11/30/2008 11:23:30
    1. [MOULDER] Hawkeswood, Sadler and Moulder
    2. Christine Sadler
    3. I am researching SARAH MAY HAWKESWOOD born about 1889 in Kidderminster, Worcestershire. She was the daughter of George Hawkeswood and Mary Ann Eliza (nee MOULDER). Sarah had an illegitimate daughter at The Mission of Hope, 93 Grove Road, Camberley, Surrey and the baby was adopted. Two months after the birth in 1921 Sarah married Frederick Charles SADLER, who was possible the father of the baby. Any information on the above will be much appreciated. Christine

    11/28/2008 01:48:09
    1. [MOULDER] Henry Jr and Henry Sr.
    2. Billie
    3. Dear Molder/Moulder researchers, At some point, one of you suggested to me that either/or Henry Moulder Sr. and his son Henry Moulder Jr. may have married Native American or mixed bloods.  I am curious to know more about this and if there is anything further.  If that researcher is reading this, or anybody else knows more, please write.  I would also enjoy tossing this possiblity around here on the board. Billie cherokeesshadow@yahoo.com

    10/09/2008 11:42:20
    1. [MOULDER] Get Ready for Another Rootsweb Change (From L A)
    2. JRA
    3. First let me say that none of us list administrators had a say in this change for mailing lists or the pages at USGENWEB, so though it may be awfully tempting to shoot the messenger please refrain in doing so. The almost entire explanation of what is going to happen as of Monday can be found here: http://bigfile.rootsweb.com/newsroom/ RootsWeb Announcement March 13th, 2008 by Tim As you know, The Generations Network has hosted and funded the RootsWeb online community since June 2000, thereby maintaining RootsWeb as the world’s oldest and largest free genealogy website. TGN remains committed to this mission and believes that RootsWeb is an absolutely invaluable and complementary resource to Ancestry.com, our flagship commercial family history site. We believe in both services and want to see both communities prosper and grow. As part of this goal, we have decided to “transplant” RootsWeb onto the Ancestry.com domain beginning next week. This move will not change the RootsWeb experience or alter the ease of navigation to or within RootsWeb. RootsWeb will remain a free online experience. What will be different is that the Web address for all RootsWeb pages will change from www.rootsweb.com to www.rootsweb.ancestry.com. Again, the RootsWeb experience is not changing. The decision to host RootsWeb on Ancestry.com is being made for one primary reason: we believe that the users of each of our two main websites can be better served if they have access to the best services available on both. Simply stated, we want to introduce more Ancestry.com users to RootsWeb and vice versa. Today, despite the fact that Ancestry.com and RootsWeb.com are the two most frequently visited family history sites on the Web, only 25 percent of visitors to Ancestry.com visited RootsWeb in January 2008, while only 20 percent of visitors to RootsWeb visited Ancestry.com (according to Comscore Media Metrix). We think we will serve our users best by doing a better job of letting themknow what is available on both Ancestry.com and RootsWeb. Hosting RootsWeb on Ancestry.com is the first step towards making this happen, but we will absolutely look for more and better ways down the road to advance this goal. Hosting RootsWeb on Ancestry.com will also make it easier for us to make changes and improvements to the RootsWeb experience in the future. All old RootsWeb URLs will continue to work, whether they are bookmarks or favorites, links to or from a hosted page or URLs manually typed in your Internet browser. We will have a redirect in place so that all old URLs will automatically end up on the appropriate new RootsWeb URL. You will never need to update your old favorites or links unless you want to. We have worked to make the transition as seamless as possible for our users, and this change should have a minimal impact on your experience with the site. RootsWeb will remain a free online experience dedicated to providing you with a place where our community can find their roots together. If you have questions regarding this change please email them to feedback@rootsweb.com. Thanks, Tim Sullivan CEO The Generations Network, Inc. The address for the mailing list(s) will not change addresses, but if this changes at all I will certainly inform y'all. As soon as I see the new archive web site address I will post it in an e-mail Monday. Sincerely, Lena --------------------------------- Looking for last minute shopping deals? Find them fast with Yahoo! Search.

    03/15/2008 08:47:10
    1. Re: [MOULDER] Henry Moulder Jr.
    2. phil
    3. Billie, To the best of my knowledge I am a descendent, but I am not able to trace back further than my grandfather "Chester Milton Moulder" Born and died in Camden County Missouri. My father Roy E. Moulder was born in 1904. Some email from other Moulder's indicates that we all are descendents of either John or Richard Moulder (I can't recall for sure which) who arrived from Germany in the 1600's. If you have got any data or know of anyone that has records I would appreciate any help. -----Original Message----- From: moulder-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:moulder-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of Billie Sent: Thursday, October 19, 2006 18:34 To: moulder@rootsweb.com Subject: [MOULDER] Henry Moulder Jr. Just curious to know how many others out there came from the line of Henry Moulder Jr. (born 1797 in North Carolina and died November 7, 1877 in McDonald County, Missouri) and wife Nancy. Their son Elijah, born October 1825 in Tennessee, was my 2nd greatgrandfather. Billie ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to MOULDER-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    10/21/2006 03:24:41
    1. [MOULDER] Henry Moulder Jr.
    2. Billie
    3. Just curious to know how many others out there came from the line of Henry Moulder Jr. (born 1797 in North Carolina and died November 7, 1877 in McDonald County, Missouri) and wife Nancy. Their son Elijah, born October 1825 in Tennessee, was my 2nd greatgrandfather. Billie

    10/19/2006 02:33:42
    1. Re: [MOULDER] Admin please read - Messages
    2. John&Pat
    3. All done for you Penny. Regards Pat PARKINSON List Admin -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.10.16/83 - Release Date: 26/08/2005

    08/29/2005 12:54:38