1930 Census Information:
Leslie S Moak (20) lived in Kershaw, South Carolina, with his wife; Kate B Moak (20), and their child; Jasper Moak (5 months). It was reported that the family rented their home, Leslie and Kate had been married since they were 18. Leslie was a farmer.
1940 Census Information:
Leslie Moak (30) lived in Kershaw, South Carolina, with his wife, Kate Moak (30), and children; Jasper Moak (10), Ruth Moak (8), Andrew Moak (4), and Nellie Moak(2) also in the home was Tallie Goff(40) a hired hand. The family owned a farm house with a reported value of $600.00. Leslie farmed and Kate kept house. Jasper and Ruth attended school. Andrew and Nellie were too young to attend school and were kept at home.
On December 5, 1945, Jasper Moak was listed in the newspaper article “You Are Invited To Attend.”
On April 7, 1946, Jasper Moak was listed in the newspaper article “64 FFA Boys Show Calves Here 2 Days”
On December 12, 1946, Jasper Moak was listed in the newspaper article “FFA Chapter Of Irmo Wins Exhibit Prize.”
On December 12, 1946, Jasper Moak was listed in the newspaper article “Irmo FFA Chapter Wins Grand Prize of Purebred Bull Calf At Livestock Show Held Here.”
On April 8, 1947, Jasper Moak was listed in the newspaper article, “Brown Wins Camden Stock Show Award.”
On May 25, 1947, Jasper Moak was listed in the newspaper article, “Blaney Seniors Begin Commencement May 27.”
On June 27, 1948, Jasper Moak was listed in the newspaper article, “Blaney Boys and Girls Attend FFA, JHA Camp.”
On March 10, 1949, Jasper Moak was listed in the newspaper article, “New Blaney Gymnasium Is Opened”
On June 8, 1951, Pvt. Jasper E Moak was listed in the newspaper article “Shell Explosion Kills Fort Soldier, Injures 37 Other During Drill.”
On June 30, 1962, Jasper Moak was listed as a brother of the bride in the newspaper article, “Moak – Fisher Wedding Is Conducted.”
on January 6, 1964, Jack Moak was listed as an active pallbearer in the obituary of Elmer Leo Moak.
On March 19, 1978, Jack E Moak was listed as a living son in John L. Moak Sr.’s obituary.
On October 21, 1987, Jack E Moak was listed as a living son in Mrs. Kate Branham Moak’s obituary
On December 4, 1996, Jasper E. Moak Sr. was listed as a living paternal grandfather in Jennifer Leigh Moak’s obituary.
On January 8, 2015, Jasper English “Jack” Moak, Sr was listed as the living father in John Allen Moak’s obituary.
On August 12, 2015, Jack Moak, was listed as a living brother in Martha Ruby Moak “Beady” Jeffers’ obituary.
Jasper, widower of Mattie Ophelia Dowey Moak, died Thursday, June 30, 2016. Jack was a U.S. Army Korean War veteran and had retired from the S.C. Department of Transportation. He was a member of Pine Grove Baptist Church where he was a former choir director and a deacon. Jack was a charter member of the Pine Grove Fire Department and member of the Draft Horse Association.
Funeral service to celebrate the life of Jasper “Jack” English Moak, Sr., 86, of Lugoff, SC, was held at 3:00 p.m. Sunday, July 3, 2016, at Pine Grove Baptist Church. Rev. Eric Boone and Rev. Doug Whitfield will officiate.
Jasper was survived by his sons, Tommy Moak (Nita) and Jackie Moak, Jr., (Patti), both of Lugoff, SC; grandchildren, Jill Truesdale (Robert), Allison Moak, Kaitlin Moak and Michael “Bud” Talley (DeeDee); great-grandchildren, Ethan “Monk” Talley, Abigail Hinson, Langston Watts, Jonathan Truesdale and Ella Grace Talley; and daughter-in-law, Joy Moak of Lugoff, SC; and siblings, Ruth Brown, Nettie Campbell(Junior), Hammy Moak, Belva Fisher, Kathy Brown (Harold), Jeanette Anderson (Tommy) and John L. Moak, Jr.
A special thanks to special caregiver, Jeana’ McDonald.
Kornegay Funeral Home, Lugoff-Elgin Chapel, was in charge of the arrangements.
On January 8, 2021, Jack Moak was listed as the deceased brother in the obituary of Andrew Thomas “Hammy” Moak.