I’m Belinda Glover Jones, daughter of Rudolph and Barbara Glover, granddaughter of Herman and Gladys Glover, great-granddaughter of Alice Moorer Glover, great-great-granddaughter of Captain John Moorer.I’m married to Anthony Jones.We have five children, Candace Alesia, Meagan Teresa, Byron Timothy, Peter Simeon and Sarah Nicole.We live on St. Helena Island, SC in Beaufort county.
Capt. Moorer owned a plantation located off the Belleville Road near the Orangeburg and Calhoun County line.Capt. Moorer had several children by Negro slaves one of them was Alice Moorer born December 1860, my great grandmother.As far as our family knows, Alice had one sister, Cornelia Moorer Jamison, brothers known to us are Capers Moorer born 1855, Dr. Daniel Moorer born 1866.Hercules Moorer was born 1897or 1898. Here is a bit more of the family history as told to me by my father and his siblings and cousins as well as family documents. Captain Moorer loved his children and took good care of them.They lived on the plantation in the house with him.They had chores on the farm and even worked in the store that was on the farm.Capers was given land to farm, he lived on the property and raised cotton.Alice married Moses Glover and moved to Orangeburg. Cornelia (Neely) married Henry Jamison and also moved to Orangeburg.In 1899 both Alice and Neely rode out to the farm to ask their father for help buying property to guild a house and have enough land to have a nice size garden that would help them feed their families.Captain Moorer agreed and retained the services of his attorney to inquire about property.He found 3 acre plots for both of them; Captain Moorer bought them and turned the property over to his daughters.My father has acquired copies of the original deed. Captain Moorer helped Daniel attend Meharry Medical School.After graduation he returned to Orangeburg to set up practice. Alice Moorer Glover and her husband Moses P. Glover had 8 children: Idaborn Mar 1882 James Jan 1884 John Mar 1886 Flossie Jul 1889 Mabel Oct 1892 Hallie Mar 1895 Herman Dec 12,1897 Alice 1901
Herman Glover was my grandfather and he was a brick mason by trade.He started his own business. Herman married Gladys Fulton. They had 5 children: • Ethel Glover Griffin retired home ec. teacher lives in Laurens, SC • Herman Jr. was a retired Air Force officer, deceased, his widow Dr. Lillie Beasley Glover lives in Orangeburg • Rudolph is my father, retired brick masonry/cement arts teacher, lives in Orangeburg. He celebrated his 80th birthday October 23, 2011 and he is the person who has passed on a great amount of this information to me as it was told to him by his father and his grandmother, Alice Moorer Glover • Lillian Glover Wright retired secretary, lives in Atlanta GA • John lives in Columbia SC works part time in Real Estate. . We have a picture of Captain Moorer, several of Alice, one of Hercules.a few of Neely. This information is from the United States Census, 1920 Neely Moorer Jamison and her husband Henry had 6 children: Theodore Jamison Eugene Jamison George Jamison Mikel Jamison Hazel Jamison Marion Jamison
Marion Jamison married Blumah started a business on Goff Ave. and they had two sons: Marion, Jr. and Theodore Marion Jr. married Annie Adams Jamison and they had 4 children: Marion III, Mark, Markitta, and Marlisa.(Marion Jr. died two years ago, Annie died December 11th, 2011).Marion Jr. became a pharmacist and the family store became Jamison’s pharmacy.Three of Marion Junior’s children are pharmacists, Mark, Markitta and Marlisa.The pharmacy now belongs to Dr. Mark Jamison.
Name: Hercules Moorer Residence: , Calhoun, South Carolina Estimated Birth Year: 1917 Age: 3 Birthplace: South Carolina Relationship to Head of Household: Son Gender: Male Race: Mulatto Marital Status: Single Father's Birthplace: Mother's Birthplace: Film Number: 1821689 Digital Folder Number: 4383808 Image Number: 00289 Sheet Number: 9 Household Gender Age Parent Hercules Moorer M 22y Parent Sarah Moorer F 21y Hercules Moorer M 3y
There is much more to share.I’m compiling this history and stories.Please feel free to contact me via email. It would be great to meet more Moorer descendants.