Alfred Moore

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Moore, Alfred

(1755–1810) Supreme Court justice; born in New Hanover County, N.C. He fought in the American Revolution (1776–81) and served as North Carolina's attorney general (1782–91), and on the state legislature (1782) before President John Adams named him to the U.S. Supreme Court (1799–1804).
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CLASS LIVES ON FROM A BYGONE AGE: The shop's management Roger and Hilary Moore with sons William and Richard, with (below) founder James Alfred Moore and the exterior of the shop in Warwick Road, Kenilworth.
Alfred Moore was a known burglar but not a killer insists his |daughter Bronwyne Ashby, who now calls for justice daughter Bronwyne Ashby, who now calls for justice
We believe it is vitally important to the success of our customers and our own organization to maintain a high level of quality and excellence in all of the services we offer," said Alfred Moore, Wausau Benefits President and CEO.
Retired detective Steve Lawson has joined forces with high-profile lawyer, Glyn Maddocks, in another bid to overturn the double murder conviction that took Alfred Moore to the gallows.
Wausau Benefits has joined forces with a quality network offering a common sense alternative to traditional large health plans in the state of Massachusetts and beyond," said President and CEO Alfred Moore.
AFTER reading the Examiner article (July 23) regarding Alfred Moore I decided to get the book, The Wrong Neck in the Noose by Steve Lawson.
Wausau Benefits President and CEO Alfred Moore said, "We care about the success of our customers as much as we care about our own.
AN anonymous benefactor has stepped in to fund new investigations into the controversial Alfred Moore case.
Wausau Benefits looks forward to sharing this office building with Wipfli and we are excited that another business sees the value of remaining downtown," said President and CEO Alfred Moore.
WITH regard to the letter from Stephen Priest about Alfred Moore, I would make the following observation.
TWO nephews of hanged man Alfred Moore have vowed to help clear his name - from 12,000 miles away.
WE will never know for sure whether or not Alfred Moore shot two police officers in 1951.