I found this in the book Five Hundred First Families of America by Compiled and edited by Alexander DuBin, Fourth Edition, 1972-1973,The Historical Publication Society, One East Forty Second Street, New York, New York10017, page 228.
The Moormans, who were Quakers, to escape persecution, left England.
Zachariah Moorman, his wife and three children, Thomas, Charles, and Sallie, came from the Isle of Wight Co.,1670 and settled in Nancemond Co.,Va.
Thomas Moorman,his wife Elizabeth and children, Mary, Andrew and Charles, moved, sometime before 1744, to Green Springs, Louisa Co., Va.
Charles Moorman, born 1684, died 1756, was a leading Quaker.He married in 1710, Elizabeth Reynolds, daughter of Christopher Reynolds.They had, Thomas, Judith, Ann, Achilles and Charles.
Thomas Moorman, born 1712, died 1766;patented land in Albemarle Co., Va near a stream which was called Moorman River.Moved to Bedford Co., Va. He married in 1730, Rachel Clark, daughter of Christopher Clark (Quaker lawyer and justice of the peace of Louisa Co., Va in 1742) and wife Penelope Bowling. They had 12 children of whom Charles was the 8th child.
Charles Moorman, born 1747, died 1803, Bedford Co., Va.He served in the American Revolution.Was wounded at the battle of Guilford Court House.Married 1782, Nancy Hancock, born 1762, died 1847, daughter of Simon and Jane (Flournoy) Hancock.