Leonard and Mary Adell Woodard Moore.
In the 1920 census of Speights Bridge township, Greene County, North Carolina: on Harris Chapel-Howell Swamp Road, Johnnie Woodard, 28; wife Emma Line, 29; and children Marvin, 6, Chester B., 4, and Mary Adell, 21 months.
In the 1930 census of Gardners township, Wilson County: farmer Johnie Woodard, 47; wife Emma L., 47; and children Marvin, 18, Chester, 16, Adell, 14, Vernell L., 12, James, 10, and Thomas W., 6; plus lodger John McCory, 28.
In the 1940 census of Gardner township, Wilson County: widowed farmer Emiline Woodard, 48, and her children Marvin, 26, Chester, 24, Mary, 21, Vornal, 19, Junious, 15, Helen G., 9, Bennie J., 6, and Thurman, 12. Mary worked as a beautician in a beauty parlor.
In 1940, Leonard J. Moore registered for the World War II draft. Per his registration card, he was born 23 November 1916 in Wilson; resided at 517 East Nash Street, Wilson; his contact was Mary Woodard, 569 East Nash Street, Wilson; and he worked for Imperial Tobacco Company, Wilson.
On 28 November 1940, Leonard Moore, 24, son of John Henry Moore and A[illegible] Moore, married Mary Adell Woodard, 21, son of John and Emmaline Woodard. Rev. John F. Moreland performed the ceremony at the A.M.E. Zion church at the corner of Smith and Pender Streets, and Irene Carroll, Zelma Arrington and Mary E. Johnson were witnesses.
Emiline Edwards Woodard died 15 April 1971 in Wilson. Per her death certificate, she was born 20 December 1894 to a mother named Hagar and an unknown father and was a widow. Informant was Mrs. Mary W. Moore, 1008 Washington Street.
Mary A. Moore died 22 January 2008.
Photograph courtesy of the family history booklet, Our Heritage 1812-1996: Edwards, Evans, Woodard, published in 1996, and graciously shared by B.J. Woodard.