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Alford Moultrie, the son of Ben Moultrie and Mary Wilson Moultrie was born on March 28, 1933 in Georgetown, SC.
He received his education at Mt. Zion School in the North Santee Community of Georgetown, South Carolina. Alford had a successful career in the logging industry for many years.
Alford met his soulmate and the love of his life, Arizona Moultrie in his early years and they married on April 13, 1956. Alford spoke of his love daily even after she departed from earth.
Alford joined Mt. Zion AME Church in the North Santee Community of Georgetown at an early age. He later became a member of Cherry Hill Missionary Baptist Church in Conway, SC where he loved to worship.
He loved fishing, hunting, outdoors, listening to gospel music, and spending time with family. He maintained an everlasting deep faith in God and yearned for one day hearing well done from his heavenly father and seeing the beauty of heaven.
Preceding him in death is his father Ben Moultrie, his mother, Mary Wilson Moultrie, and his brother Leroy Moultrie.
Alford leaves a legacy of love and cherished memories to his nine children: Linda Manigault (Walter) of McClellanville, SC, Learnant Livingston (Sherry) of Georgetown SC, Alfred Moultrie of New York, Leroy T. Moultrie of Conway, SC, James Moultrie of Conway, SC, Gregory Moultrie (Suzanne) of Springfield, MA, Eric Moultrie of Conway, SC, Anthony Moultrie Sr. (Taraka) of Little River, SC and Christopher Moultrie of Conway, SC. Those left to cherish his fond memories are his six siblings: Thelma Smith (Jacob) of Georgetown, SC, Glennie Moultrie (Janie) of Georgetown, SC, Mary Livingston (Sam) of Santee, SC, Betty Jean Estelle of Connecticut, Benjamin Moultrie of New York, Celia Moultrie of Georgetown, SC and two sisters-in-law, Sarah Wiley of Conway, SC and Ethel Horry of Conway, SC. Alford was loved by his eleven grandchildren, eleven great grandchildren, a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.
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