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Four Generations of Copperville’s Moaney-Henry Women (Talbot, Wicomico)

The Moaney-Henry women represent the founding black families of Maryland, and continue their service to the community. Mrs. Tissier Moaney, Mrs. Brenda Henry-Moaney, Mrs. Candace Henry, and Ms. Gabrielle Henry are descendants. They are active in many organizations and programs, including Head Start, disability services at Salisbury University, the Talbot County School Board, the former Copperville AME Church and the Waters AME Church in Oxford.


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