Neville Abe Moore, LL.B.
Henry Clay; Patterson Literary Society; Law Journal Staff.
Though the younger brother of the straightest water-thrower that ever lived in the "third division," Neville is throwing other things—answers to Prof. Summer's hot questions; and the faculty has permitted him to stay in school for being such a good shot. Moore's gentleman friends are numerous, but unlike the above-mentioned brother, he never graces Patt. Hall with his presence.
-The Kentuckian, 1920
Neville Abe Moore (January 30, 1899 - September 16, 1891) was born in Marion, Kentucky to Alfred Clay Moore and Sarah Amby Stone. His father was a lawyer in Marion. Neville Moore practiced with his father in Marion between 1920 and 1923. In 1923, he moved to Madisonville and practiced in the firm of Gordon, Gordon, and Moore. He practiced in this firm for 28 years. In 1951, Moore entered practiced with Carroll Morrow. Moore served with the Staff Judge Advocate Office, United States Army during World War II. He married Caroline Florine Ellis in 1936.
His brother, Virgil Yandell Moore, graduated from the University of Kentucky College of Law in 1911.