Dr. Moore was born to Judge L. W. and Anne Wright Moore on February 2, 1874 in LaGrange, Fayette County, Texas and died August 27, 1942 in Hebbronville, Jim Hogg County, Texas. He is buried at Old LaGrange City Cemetery in La Grange, Fayette County, Texas.
Dr. Clay Moore and Natt Hohlman came over last Wednesday from LaGrange, their old home, en route to Wharton County, where Dr. Moore is located in the practice of his profession. Weimar Mercury, May 1, 1897
Clay Moore, M. D. joined the Ashby Methodist Episcopal Church in Ashby on August 15, 1897.
Dr. Clay Moore, our popular physician was called to Deming’s Bridge, today to see Mrs. H. E. Moore who is quite ill. –Bay City Breeze, September 10, 1898
Dr. Clay Moore returned today from a hunting trip to the lower country. He reports game scarce. Matagorda County Tribune, December 17, 1898
Ashby Anglings Our skilled physician, Dr. Clay Moore, is sick but with good nursing we hope that he will soon be able to attend his patients. Matagorda County Tribune, February 11, 1899
Dr. Moore and Maide Dunbar (Oct. 17, 1879 - Jan. 28, 1963) were married by J. J. Calloway in the Methodist Episcopal Church in Ashby on June 28, 1900.Maide was the daughter of David Dunbar and Jane Gyle Dunbar. Maide had become a member of the church on August 20, 1899.
Dr. Clay Moore was called to Hawley neighborhood Tuesday night to see a patient. Matagorda County Tribune, August 21, 1903
D. Dunbar and wife went to Markham Saturday to visit their daughter, Mrs. Clay Moore. Matagorda County Tribune, December 4, 1903
In 1904, Dr. Clay and Maide Moore transferred their church membership to the Markham church.
Mrs. Dr. Clay Moore returned to her home in Markham Friday after spending several weeks at La Grange visiting relatives and friends. Galveston Daily News, July 3, 1904
District Judge Moore and wife of Fall County, arrived in Markham Wednesday afternoon on a visit to his son, Dr. Clay Moore and family. Galveston Daily News, July 24, 1904
La Grange - Dr. Clay Moore and wife of Bay City are here, the guests of Mrs. L. W. Moore. Galveston Daily News, January 1, 1905
1910 Census - Matagorda County, Palacios,
La Grange - Dr. and Mrs. Clay Moore of Palestine are here. Galveston Daily News, January 1, 1911
Palacios Using Preventives - Palacios, Tex., Jan. 19--The city council at its regular meeting placed in the hands of Mayor D. Ruthven and City Health Physician Clay Moore full authority for the sanitation of the city from meningitis. While there has been no case here, the authorities believe "an ounce of prevention worth a pound of cure,: and have placed a partial quarantine on Palacios. The mayor issued a "cleanup day" proclamation and everything is as neat as a pin. The teachers in the public schools and all scholars are compelled to use such disinfectants as have been recommended by the state health officer. Galveston Daily News, January 20, 1912
1920 Census - Matagorda County, Palacios,
Dr. Moore moved to Hebbronville in Jim Hogg county about 1925.
1930 Census, Hebbronville, Jim Hogg
1940 Census, Hebbronville, Jim Hogg
1940 Census, Houston, Harris County, Texas
Funeral services for Mrs. Maide Dunbar Moore, 83, of Houston were held at 10 a. m. Wednesday, January 30 at the Settegast-Kopf chapel followed by interment at 1 p. m. in the Ashby Cemetery.
A native of Ashby, she had lived in Houston 33 years. She was a member of the Methodist Church.
Survivors include two sons, Dr. L. W. Moore, Houston, and David D. Moore, Lexington, Ky.; three sisters, Mrs. Kate McKissick, Markham, Mrs. Lois McKissick, Houston and Mrs. Hilby Penny, Bay City and a brother, Calvin Dunbar of Houston.
Palacios Beacon, February 7, 1963
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