Moses Purnell Handy, son of Isaac William Ker (1815-1878) and Mary Jane Rozelle Purnell (1821-1848) Handy, was born April 14, 1847, in Warsaw, Missouri. His father had been sent out as a missionary to Missouri by the Presbyterian Church, but pastored an interdenominational congregation in Warsaw. He was an infant when his mother died and his father moved back east; most of his youth was spent in Portsmouth, Virginia. His secondary education was at Virginia Collegiate Institute in Portsmouth, under the direction of N.B. Webster. Handy was fourteen when the Civil War broke out, and on the evacuation of Norfolk and Portsmouth he was sent to his uncle William H. Purnell, Baltimore postmaster and a Union army colonel. At Baltimore, he was enrolled in the Rugby Institute.
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