Wright — Moody Cemetery
From the records of the Lost River DAR
Orleans Township Section 31, T3N R1E. Obliterated.
East of Orleans, on the Liberty road which was a pioneer trail, was a group of graves where Wrights and Moodys were buried on what was once the William Wright farm. Jonathan Wright, soldier of the War of 1812 and son of a soldier of the American Revolution, came to Indiana from Kentucky in 1816. William, born in Kentucky in 1802, was his son. William married Nancy Keedy in 1823. His second wife was Elizabeth Moody. The Wright burials were moved to Liberty Cemetery. Three Moody markers were found and there are said to have been others.
The following is a transcript of data recorded by the Lost River Chapter of the DAR in the 1940's and remains their property. This page may be freely copied for your personal use but may not be reproduced in any public media without permission
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Moody, Mezza, w. of Alexander, d. 1851 age 74y/2m/14d.
Moody, Sarah W. d. 1852, age 19y/1m/6A.
Moody, Alexander. d. 1853, age 73y/2m/12d.