3 edition of History of the Moore family. found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||CS71.M82 1946|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p. leaves, 79 p., 1 leaf.|
|Number of Pages||79|
|LC Control Number||47015322|
The English Moore Family. The English Moore family that settled in Hunterdon County goes back to Capt. John Gershom Moore () and wife Deborah Betts (b. c. ). They lived in Queens, NY, and had a son Samuel and daughter Margaret, both of whom moved to Hopewell Township. Samuel Moore () married Mary Harrison and had sons. Early Origins of the Moore family The surname Moore was first found in Leicestershire, before the name had made its way to Ireland. Moor-Town in Yorkshire held an early significance to the family's lineage. "This place, which derives its name from its situation, anciently belonged to the Moore family, who flourished here at a very early period.".
Theirs had been a long tenure. When the first Phillip Moore came from Africa or the West Indies to New England, he was probably enslaved. Before long, though, he owned land, first appearing in the land records during King Philip’s War in First, he sold a parcel of land to Henry Arnold, and then he purchased one from Nathaniel Willett. Stories Complied and Written by Deborah and Dottie Greenleaf, Contributed by Friends and Family. The life and times of Ginnie and Pappy Moss of the Moore County Hounds. Soft cover book includes the history of this legendary couple, the making of Ginnie's riding career, and the creation of the dream equestrian community; The Moore County Hounds.
About this Book Catalog Record Details. History of the Moore family / [by Gladys Harper] Harper, Gladys, View full catalog record. Rights: Public Domain, Google-digitized. Notes. Charles O'Moore: This Charles had a younger brother named Rory Oge, who, A.D. , was slain by the English.. Roger: This Colonel Roger O'Moore was the "Rory O'Moore" of popular tradition in Ireland; to whose courage and resources was, in a great measure, due the formidable Irish Insurrection of a.d. That Insurrection (see Section 12 of Paper: "New Divisions of Ireland, and the.
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Josiah’s second son, Abraham Moore (–), founded the Moore family of Fayette County, Pennsylvania, when he arrived there in The book contains brief genealogies of related families such as Blaney, Dutton, Eberly, Hartman, Lytle, McClain, McCuen, Nesbitt, Trump and many others in the historical : $ An illustration of an open book.
Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. The Moore family history, by Moore, Allen L. Publication date Topics Moore family Publisher [Minneapolis ; Pages: History and Genealogy of the Moore Families of Fayette History of the Moore family.
book, Pennsylvania - Rogan H. Moore. This book follows the Moore family of Fayette County, Pennsylvania. The book is divided into two parts.
Part One consists of twenty-one well-researched and well-written chapters on the history of the Moore family from the colonial period to the present.
John Wheeler Moore was living at his plantation, Maple Lawn, and in that year published his History of North Carolina. His son, Charles Godwin Moore, was just twenty-one. It is an amazing coincidence that both Thomas Gale Moore and his great-great-grandfather, Godwin Cotton Moore, were born on November 6.
It is even more. History of the Moore family by Gladys Harper; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Families, Family, Genealogy; People: Moore family.
The Moore family history, by Allen L. Moore,Jones Press edition, in EnglishPages: history of the moore family Download history of the moore family or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get history of the moore family book now.
This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. This collection is a treasure trove of love stories. Each book tells a story of the Moore brothers, their sister and even a cousin finding their true love.
Each story uses a trope perfect for the heroes of that book, be it escaping assault, second chances at love, love at first sight or fremenies to lovers or a mix of plots/5(25). The history of this early Jacob Moore, though largely traditional, is certainly interesting.
As a young unmarried man, he came from Norden, in the province of Westphalia, Germany, and landed at New York. But Jacob wanted room. History: The O'More family has a rich ancestral history. Their eponymous ancestor Mordha was twenty-first in descent from Conal Cearnach, a great hero of the Red Branch - Royal Knights of Emania.
One of the many legends surrounding Conal tells of him being in Jerusalem and witnessing Christ's crucifixion. You can see how Moore families moved over time by selecting different census years. The Moore family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Moore families were found in the USA in In there were Moore families living in New York.
The Moore family history, ([Fairmont, Minn., ]), by Allen L. Moore (page images at HathiTrust) Origin and history of the name of Moore: with biographies of all the most noted persons of that name, and an account of the origin of surnames and forenames.
Family History. Moore Clan History. Moore is a very numerous name in Ireland. With s of the population so called, it holds twentieth place in the list of commonest names.
The great majority of these (apart from the metropolitan area) are in Munster and Ulster. It is practically impossible to say what proportion of these are of Gaelic Irish origin and what proportion of English extraction, for Moore is. The Moore family was a prominent political family of North and South Carolina during the 18th and 19th centuries.
They are believed to be related to or descended from Roger O'Moore, a leader of the Irish Rebellion of The family is most closely associated. Moore Family History Paperback – Large Print, January 1, by J. Montgomery Seaver (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings.
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Her nephew, Carolyn’s son, Kimo also died that day Rebecca Moore’s take on the Jonestown tragedy is exactly what the title suggests, sympathetic.
It is volume fourteen in the Studies in American Religion series. Moore has basically written a memoir of her family’s involvement in People’s Temple/5(1).
The Moore Family Taken from An Addington/Chalfant Family Historyby David Vern Addington, published Main references for this information: The Matthew Moore Family, Doris J.
Murphy, Bonnie Murphy, Olive M. Murphy and Ethel. Description: Family history and genealogical information about the descendants of Abraham Moors (or Moore) who was likely born ca.
in England or Scotland. He immigrated to America sometime prior to the year and married Priscilla Poor (daughter of Daniel Poor) 14 December in Massachusetts. Mary was born at Hambleden, Buckinghamshire on 25 December The event is recorded in the family's 'Book of Hours'.
I have a copy of the entry which I will send to anyone who wants it. With Regard to Edward Moore: Edwards name is often written with the double 'o'. MOORE. We have no record of when the Moore paternal lineage began in America. However, we have records of when the maternal family of Birdie McCowen Vandergriff, wife of John Hardin Moore, immigrated to America, it was sometime in the early s.
records indicate, Reverend John Sion Meyrick was born in Wales and died in Roxbury, Massachusetts.Christian and Moor playing chess, from The Book of Games of Alfonso X, c.
The Moors were the Muslim inhabitants of the Maghreb, the Iberian Peninsula, Sicily, and Malta during the Middle Ages. The Moors initially were the indigenous Maghrebine Berbers. The name was later also applied to Arabs.Josiah Moore (b.
) was born in Hunterdon County, New Jersey and lived in Kingwood Township. He married Mary Lake (b. ) in or He was a veteran of the Revolutionary War and died sometime between and His son, Abraham Moore and family settled in .