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Betty-Joyce Moore Majors Edit Profile

genealogist , writer

Betty-Joyce Moore Majors, American Genealogist, writer. Chairman Coffee County Tennessee Records Commission, Manchester, Tennessee, since 1990. Member Daughters of the American Revolution (state chairman 1980-1982), Colonial Dames XVII Century (national officer 1979-1983), USD1812 (chapter chairman since 1997), Sons and Daus. of Pilgrims (state officer 1981-1982), Magna Charta Dames (state chairman 1972-1973).

Background

Majors, Betty-Joyce Moore was born on November 22, 1930 in Tullahoma, Tennessee, United States. Daughter of Frank Russell and Willie Eveline (Cope) Moore.

Education

Student, Israel Conservatory of Music, Jerusalem, 1951. Bachelor of Science, Middle Tennessee State University, 1952.

Career

Public school music teacher, Lynchburg, Tennessee, 1953-1954;computer programmer, AEDC, Arnold Air Force Station, Tennessee, 1954-1986;genealogist, author, lecturer, since 1986.

Works

Membership

Chairman Coffee County Tennessee Records Commission, Manchester, Tennessee, since 1990, also archivist, Coffee County Tennessee, since 1997. Member of Daughters of the American Revolution (state chairman 1980-1982), Plantagenet Society, Society Descendants Knights Most Noble Order of Garter, Colonial Order of Crown, Americans of Royal Descent, Magna Charta Dames 1972-1973, Sons and Daughters of Pilgrims (state officer 1981-1982), USD1812 (chapter officer 2000-2001), Colonial Dames XVII Century (national officer 1979-1983).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: reading, cooking.

Connections

Married Charles Anderton Majors, June 19, 1953. Children: Robert Cope Majors, Carolyn Lynn (Majors) Diehl.

father:
Frank Russell Moore

mother:
Willie Eveline (Cope) Moore

spouse:
Charles Anderton Majors

children:
Robert Cope Majors

Carolyn Lynn Majors (Majors) Diehl