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Carrie Nation

Carrie NationAKA Carrie Amelia Moore

Born: 25-Nov-1846
Birthplace: Garrard County, KY
Died: 9-Jun-1911
Location of death: Leavenworth, KS
Cause of death: unspecified
Remains: Buried, Belton City Cemetery, Belton, MO

Gender: Female
Religion: Christian
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Activist

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Temperance crusader

Hated tobacco smoking even more than alcohol.

Father: George Moore (d. 1883)
Mother: Mary James Campbell (b. 1825, d. 24-Sep-1893)
Brother: Richard Caldwell (b. 1838, half brother)
Brother: Thomas Caldwell (b. 1843, half brother)
Brother: Charles H. Moore (b. 23-Apr-1848, d. 27-Apr-1901)
Sister: Edna L. Moore (b. 11-Nov-1849, d. 10-Apr-1906)
Brother: Campbell H. Moore (b. 12-Sep-1856, d. 1929)
Brother: Jud Viley Moore (b. 21-Mar-1858, d. 23-Nov-1902)
Sister: Annie T. Moore (b. 1860)
Brother: George L. Moore (b. 1865)
Husband: Charles Gloyd (m. 21-Nov-1867, d. 1870)
Daughter: Charlien Gloyd (b. Sep-1869)
Husband: David A. Nation (m. 30-Dec-1874, div. 1901)

    Malicious Mischief Wichita, KS (27-Dec-1900)
    Vandalism Topeka, KS (18-Feb-1901)
    Disturbing the Peace Bayonne, NJ (1903)
    Nervous Breakdown multiple
    Coma Kansas City (13-Jan-1911)
    Irish Ancestry paternal
    Scottish Ancestry maternal

Author of books:
The Use and Need of the Life of Carry A. Nation (1904, memoir)

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