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  • ID: I03131
  • Name: Joseph MOORE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
  • Sex: M
  • ALIA: Joseph /Moor/
  • Birth: 1764 in Southwick, Hampshire, MA 10 11 12
  • Birth: 1764 in Southwick, Hampshire, MA was called Westfield.
  • Death: 19 FEB 1846 in Avon Twp., Lorain, OH
  • Death: 19 FEB 1846 in Died at the Age of 82
  • Burial: 1846 Lake Shore Cem., Avon Lake, Lorain, OH 13
  • Military Service: BET 18 MAR 1781 AND 17 DEC 1783 Revolutionary War-Private; Bodyguard to Gen. Washington 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23
  • Military Service: 6 APR 1818 Pension commenced at age 70 24 25 26
  • Residence: 1819 Avon Twp., Lorain, OH 27
  • Residence: BET 1790 AND 1805 Granville, Hampshire, MA
  • Residence: BET 1805 AND 1817 Willsboro, Essex, NY 28 29 30
  • PROP: 1838 Samuel H. Hickox grantee, Book L, Page 11, Lot 18 for 131 acres in Avon, Lorain, OH
  • PROP: BET 17 APR 1786 AND 27 FEB 1817 Granville, Hampshire, MA 31 32 33 34 35 36
  • PROP: 1817 Sold most of the Homestead property to William Daniel Ross of Essex. 37
  • PROP: 7 NOV 1821 Schedule of Property totaled $4.75 38
  • Census: 1790 Granville, Hampshire, MA 39
  • Census: 1800 Granville, Hampshire, MA 40
  • Census: 1810 Willsboro, Essex, New York 41
  • Census: 1820 Troy Twp., Cuyahoga, OH 42
  • Census: 1830 Avon, Lorain , OH 43
  • Census: 1840 Avon, Lorain , OH 44
  • Will: 8 APR 1846 Probated 45
  • Will: 10 MAY 1842 Written 46
  • Emigration: 1817 From Willsborough, Essex Co., NY- to Avon Lake, Lorain, OH 47
  • Note: He became Highway Overseer for his district (#3).
  • Note: He began operation of an inn in the 1812 Homestead house.
  • Reference Number: 3131
  • Note:
    This name is found in the early records with many spellings, such as More, Moor and Moors. It was among those early brought from England and has borne no inconsiderable part in the development of New England . The origin of the name may be attributed to some one who lived on or near the moor, which fact led to its adoption as a surname in England five hundred years ago.


    The entire CT River valley through MA, the so-called Pioneer Valley, was originally Hampshire Co. In 1811, the southern tier, including Granville and Southwick, was broken off and Hamden Co was formed with its county seat at Springfield, but, because Springfield was an evn older town than Northampton, which was desinated the county seat of the surviving Hampshire Co., Hamden Co. insisted on receiving some of the recods going back to the first formation of Hampshire Co., I do notknow whether Northampton had been the original county seat of Hampshire County or whether it had been Springfield. But today the early land records for Hampshire Co. are in Springfield in the new Hamden Co., and the early probate records are in Northampton, the county seat of present-day Hampshire Co., Accordingly, this is where those records are classifield in the NEHGS. (Hall)
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    This name is found in the early records with many spellings, such as More, Moor and Moors. It was among those early brought from England and has borne no inconsiderable part in the development of New England . The origin of the name may be attributed to some one who lived on or near the moor, which fact led to its adoption as a surname in England five hundred years ago.


    The entire CT River valley through MA, the so-called Pioneer Valley, was originally Hampshire Co. In 1811, the southern tier, including Granville and Southwick, was broken off and Hamden Co was formed with its county seat at Springfield, but, because Springfield was an evn older town than Northampton, which was desinated the county seat of the surviving Hampshire Co., Hamden Co. insisted on receiving some of the recods going back to the first formation of Hampshire Co., I do notknow whether Northampton had been the original county seat of Hampshire County or whether it had been Springfield. But today the early land records for Hampshire Co. are in Springfield in the new Hamden Co., and the early probate records are in Northampton, the county seat of present-day Hampshire Co., Accordingly, this is where those records are classifield in the NEHGS. (Hall)




    Father: Mr. MOOR
    Mother: UNKNOWN

    Marriage 1 Hannah MILLER b: 8 DEC 1764 in Granville, Hampshire, MA
    • Married: 28 OCT 1784 in Granville, Hampshire, MA 48
    Children
    1. Has Children Theron MOORE b: 3 SEP 1786 in Granville, Hamden, MA
    2. Has Children Hannah MOORE b: 22 JUL 1788 in Granville, Hampshire, MA
    3. Has Children Norman MOORE b: 12 OCT 1790 in Granville, Hampshire, MA
    4. Has Children Joseph MOORE , Jr. b: 26 OCT 1792 in Granville, Hampshire, MA
    5. Has Children Abigail Cook MOORE b: 1 JAN 1795 in Granville, Hampshire, MA
    6. Has Children Sophia S. MOORE b: 22 JAN 1797 in Granville, Hampshire, MA
    7. Has Children Seth MOORE b: 29 OCT 1799 in Granville, Hampshire, MA
    8. Has Children Tirza MOORE b: 12 MAR 1803 in Granville, Hampshire, MA
    9. Has Children Ransom MOORE b: ABT 1805 in Willsboro, Essex, NY
    10. Has Children Levi MOORE b: 17 DEC 1807 in Willsboro, Essex, NY
    11. Has Children Macena MOORE b: 22 JUL 1810 in Willsboro, Essex, NY

    Sources:
    1. Title: Soldiers of American Revolution who Lived in State of Ohio
      Repository:
      Media: Book
      Page: Roster III Page 244
      Text: Western Reserve Chapter DAR, Roster I page 261. Roster II Page 418. B-C 1764 MA. Died 19 Feb 1846 in 82nd year. Buried Avon-on-Lake Cem. Lorain Co. Commenced Pension Apr 6, 1818 age 70.
    2. Title: Soldiers of American Revolution Buried in Ohio
      Repository:
      Media: Book
      Page: Roster I Page 261
      Text: Private MA continental, Bodyguard to General Washington
    3. Title: The Avon Lake Story by Walker
      Repository:
      Media: Book
      Page: Page 10
      Text: Joseph Moore was an elder along the lake shore. He settled there before 1860.
    4. Title: Index to Land Records, Lorain County, OH
      Repository:
      Media: Book
      Text: Entry in 1837 he sells land to Theron. 131 Acres in Avon. Book K page 98. Then in 1838 he is buying back the same property from Sam Hickox. Book L, Page 11.
    5. Title: MA 1800 Census
      Repository:
      Media: Census
      Page: Roll 15 Page 173
      Text: Joseph Moore-Granville, Hampshire, MA 3-1-0-1-0-2-1-0-1-0. 3 males under 10 ( Norman age 10, Joseph age 8, Seth age 1, ) male 10-16( Theron age 14) , 1 male 26-45 ( Joseph himself age 36 ), 2 females under 10 ( Abigail age 7 + Sophia age 3 ), 1 female 10-16 ( Hannah age 12 ) , 1 female 26-45 ( Wife Hannah age 36 ).
    6. Title: Sketches of Sauk County
      Author: Canfield, William H.
      Repository:
      Media: Book
      Page: Page 43
      Text: Enlisted in the Revolutionary army when sixteen years of age and served during the war. He participated in Shay's rebellion and for this reason and others he left Massachusetts. He was liberal in his religious beliefs and after fighting in the army for liberty he did not want to pay a priest tax nor be restricted in his religious beliefs. He eventually was ostrasized under the blue laws as a heretic and an infidel. He moved to Willsborough, N. Y., where he remained untill 1822 or 1823, when he took his family to Ohio, which was then very sparsely settled.
    7. Title: Newspaper Article
      Repository:
      Media: Other
      Page: LORAIN COUNTY RESEARCHER Winter 1995 Vol. 12 , Issue 1 Page 9-10 "Joseph Moore-Avon's Revolutionary War Veteran"
      Text: The only veteran of the Revolutionary War buried in Avon Lake or Avon is Joseph Moor ( also spelled More and Moore) an early settler along the lake shore. His early life is not well known, but from his pension application we learn that he was born in Southwick ( then Westfield), Hampden County, Ma, in 1764. At the age of 17 Joseph went to West Point and enlisted in the Rev. Army for three years. He was assigned to the Captain Amos Cogswell's Co. in the Third Regiment of the MA line. He served for almost the full term of his enlistment, being discharged at West Point on 17 Dec 1783. Some time in 1784 or 1785 Joseph Moor married Hannah Miller and they began their married life probably in Hampshire Co., at least five or six of their eleven children gave MA as their birthplace. The family then moved to upper NY state where Joseph made his first pension application from Willsborough, Essex Co., in 1818. His two oldest sons, Theron and Norman, Had left for Ohio in 1817, and had settled at what became Avon twonship in Lorain Co., and Joseph followed with the rest of the family in 1819. The first land purchases were probably recorded in Cleveland as that part of Lorain Co. was attached to Cuyahoga Co. until 1822, and deeds here do not begin until 1824. On 15 March 1830 Norman and Joseph More bought a tract in Avon Twp. Lot 18 at the Lake Erie due north of the eighteen mile tree on the road laid in the year 1810 from Cleveland, thence westerly along the Lake shore, thence running south from siad Lake one mile, thence east fifty rods, thence north to the shore of Lake Erie and said lines to be parallel. This property lay on the east side of the present Avon-Belden Road being a strip 825 feet wide and one mile long. The next year they sold the tract to Levi Moore (son and brother) for $400. Joseph and Hannah (Miller) Moore raised eleven children and left something over 72 grandchildren. Chapter member Frank A. Nesbit, a descendant, has compiled what is known
    8. Title: Newspaper Article (continue)
      Repository:
      Media: Newspaper
      Text: these children and grandchildren, and is searching for addditions and corrections. An outline of his work will be carried in our next issue. Meanwhile he can be reached at 312 Elm St., South Amherst, OH 44001
    9. Title: Newspaper Article
      Repository:
      Media: Other
      Page: LORAIN COUNTY RESEARCHER Summer 1995 Page 29
      Text: Lists descendants of Joseph and Hannah Moore
    10. Title: MA 1790 Census
      Repository:
      Media: Census
      Page: Granville, Hampshire, MA
      Text: Joseph Moore. 1 Male Under 16years (Theron) 1 Male over 16 years (Joseph) 1 Female (Hannah)
    11. Title: Abstracts of Rev. War Pension Filles
      Repository:
      Media: Book
      Page: Page 2396
    12. The town of Southwick was formed from the town of Westfield in 1770. Therefore since Joseph Moore was clearly born before that date, he would have been born in Westfield, presumably in the area that later became Southwick. His use of Southwick to describe his birthplace in his pension application of 1818 must have been an anachronism.
    13. Title: Internet
      Repository:
      Media: Electronic
      Page: www.findagrave.com
      Text: Photograph of stone.
    14. Title: Outline Sketches of Sauk County: It's History, from the First Marks of Man's Hand to 1841
      Author: Canfield, William H.
      Repository:
      Media: Book
      Page: Page 43
      Text: Sauk Historical Society, WI. Old Settler's Souvenir Album c1901. He enlisted in the Rev. army when sixteen years of age and served during the war. He participated in Shay's rebellion and for this reason and others he left MA. He was liberal in his religious belief and after fighting in the army for liberty he did not want to pay a priest tax nor be restricted in his religious beliefs. He eventually was ostrasized under the blue laws as a heretic and an infide. He moved to Willsborough, NY where he remained until 1822 or 23, when he took his family to OH.
    15. Title: Daughter of the American Revolution Lineage Book
      Repository:
      Media: Book
      Page: Vol. 91, Page 99
      Text: Joseph Moore (1761-1845) enlisted in Capt. Amos Cogswell's company, Col. Michael Jackson's regiment, 1781, for three years. In 1818 he was allowed a pension in Ohio for service as private, Massachusetts Line. He was born in Granville, MA; died in Avon, OH.
    16. Title: Daughter of the American Revolution Lineage Book
      Repository:
      Media: Book
      Page: Vol. 119, Page 222
    17. Title: Daughter of the American Revolution Lineage Book
      Repository:
      Media: Book
      Page: Vol. 42, Page 58
    18. Title: Interview
      Repository:
      Media: Interview
      Page: Charles Rosa
      Text: He entered the service , as a Private at West Pont, NY. West Point, a fortified position at this time, was the western end of an iron chain that stretched across the Hudson River to keep British warships from attacking American towns and shipping to the north. The Hudson River Chain was made a Brewster's Forge in Newburg, NY. DAR records state that sometime during his service, Joseph guared Gen. Washington. From Mar 1782 to Aug 1786 General Washington's headquarters at Hasbrouk House was about 8 miles north of West Point in Newburg. This was where Washington refused the suggestion to be the king of the United States. Here in Dec. 1782 the Army started the Newburgh Sediton, a revolt for back pay. Later, In Mar of 1783, Washington addressed the Army and persuaded them not to revolt. He disbanded the Army a few months later. Joseph served until honorably discharged by M. Jackson, B. General at West Point on 17 Dec 1783
    19. Title: Email
      Repository:
      Media: Electronic
      Page: Matthew Hall MWHall@pardee.com 3-29-2005
      Text: 8th MA Regiment. Joined in the month of April of 1881
    20. Bounty Land Page 14, Vol: 43, # 8540.
    21. Title: Obituary
      Repository:
      Media: Newspaper
      Page: Seth Moore (son) 1883 Kewaunee Co., WI
    22. Title: Outline Sketches of Sauk County: It's History, from the First Marks of Man's Hand to 1841
      Author: Canfield, William H.
      Repository:
      Media: Book
      Page: Page 43
      Text: Her father, Joseph Moore, was a soldier under the immediate command of Gen. George Washington.
    23. MASSACHUSETTS SOLDIERS AND SAILORS IN THE WAR OF THE REVOLUTION Vol. X, P. 908, Moore, Joseph. Return of 3 and 6 moth men raised in Hampshire Co., from (late) Col. Mosely's regt., by order of Brig. Gen Danerson (Danielson), dated Hampshire Co., Oct. 26, 1780; Capt. Couley's co.; engaged for town of Granville; term, 3 months; reported mustered by Lieut Col. Timothy Robinson; also receipt dated Granville, Mar 19, 1781, for bounty paid said Moor by Ensign Samuel Thrall, on behalf of the town of Granville, to serve in the Continental Army for the term of 3 years.
    24. Title: Abstracts of Rev. War Pension Filles
      Repository:
      Media: Book
      Page: Page 2396 S40169 MA
      Text: Joseph Moore, S40169, MA Line, apple 6 Apr 1818 Essex Co., NY aged 53, sol was b at Southwick, in Hampshire Co.,, MA, sol enl at Granville MA, sol's bro Elias Moor of Essex Co NY made aff'dt 26 Jun 1819, on 7 Nov 1821 sol had moved to Cuyahoga Co ,Oh with his wife aged 57 & 2 children: a son aged 15 & a daughter aged 12. ( Children are Levi and Macena)
    25. Title: Interview
      Repository:
      Media: Interview
      Page: Charles Rosa
      Text: On Joseph's application for a pension, his discharge paper is said to be lost. On 26 Jun 1819 in Willsboro, Joseph's elder brother, Elias Moor a, and Joseph's son, Joseph Jr. , made and signed affidavits saying that they saw the honorable discharge .
    26. Title: Interview
      Repository:
      Media: Interview
      Page: Charles Rosa
      Text: Joseph eventually received a pension of $8.00 a month.
    27. Was called Troy Twp., Cuyahoga Co., OH until 1824 when it became Avon Twp., Lorain Co., OH.
    28. Title: The 1812 Homestead
      Author: Tefft, Tim
      Publication: 1997 by the 1812 Homestead, Educational Foundation
      Note: Local History, Site History & Local Statistics
      Note: Paperback, New
      Repository:
      Note: Owned by Laura Schmittel
      Media: Book
      Page: Page 13
      Text: Wm Shapley arrived in Willsboro from Southwick, MA , about 1796. He moved to the shore of Lake Champlain at today's Flat Rock (Jones Point). Within a decade his half brother, Joseph Moor moved to the area north of the Boquet River near him.
    29. Title: The 1812 Homestead
      Author: Tefft, Tim
      Publication: 1997 by the 1812 Homestead, Educational Foundation
      Note: Local History, Site History & Local Statistics
      Note: Paperback, New
      Repository:
      Note: Owned by Laura Schmittel
      Media: Book
      Page: Page 13
      Text: When the road district for their area became , in 1808, Highway District #7, Theron and his father were both listed as being in the new district.
    30. Title: The 1812 Homestead
      Author: Tefft, Tim
      Publication: 1997 by the 1812 Homestead, Educational Foundation
      Note: Local History, Site History & Local Statistics
      Note: Paperback, New
      Repository:
      Note: Owned by Laura Schmittel
      Media: Book
      Page: Page 14
      Text: Beginning in 1811, Joseph Moor(e) lived in the area of the Homestead, at first probably in the frame house of Lot #95 mentionedin George Webster's survey notes about the Peru Bay Tract. Webster's notes also listed Joseph as occupying Lot #98 , the next lot north of the Homestead, in 1811. He probably had a home on that lot by the time the Homestead house was built during 1812-1813.
    31. Title: Deeds
      Repository:
      Media: Book
      Page: Hampden Co., MA Book 25, Page 633
      Text: Grantor: Joseph Sweatman and Joseph Moor of Granville. Consideration: 12 pounds. Grantee: James Coe of Granville. Property Description: a tract of land in Granville. Executed By: Joseph Moor. Date: Apr 17, 1786. Witnesses: Eber Spelman and Martin Winchel.
    32. Title: Deeds
      Repository:
      Media: Book
      Page: Hampden Co., MA Book 35, Page 519
      Text: Grantor: Smith Miller of Granville, yeoman (brother-in-law to Joseph Moore), Consideration: 53 pounds. Grantee: Joseph Moor of Granville. Property Description: One tract of land in Granville, beginning 38 rods east of the stump in Lemuel Bancroft's line used in the description in deed at Book 34, page 89, bounded also by land owned by Graves and Wm., Cooley, and containing 30 acres. Executed by: Smith Miller. Date: Feb 20, 1787. Witnesses: Timothy Rose and Roswell Rowley. Comment: Because of use of same stump in both descriptions, theis tract likely adjoined the one conveyed in deed at Book 34, Page 89.
    33. Title: Deeds
      Repository:
      Media: Book
      Page: Hampden Co, MA Book 34, Page 89
      Text: Grantor: Timothy Rose of Granville, yeoman. Consideration: 63 pounds. Grantee: Joseph Moor of Granville, yeoman. Property Description: one tract of land in Granville beginning at a chestnut stump in Lemuel Bancroft's north line...containing 10 acres, reserving to granto 1/2 of stream; and another tract containing 24 acres. Executed by: Timothy Rose and Lydia Rose. Date: Sep 10, 1794. Witnesses: Hannah Graves, Hatisa(?) Graves. Comment: I believe this date precedes the latest deed executed by Joseph Moor of Southwick, indicating that Joseph Moor of Southwick Joseph Moor of Granville are two diefferent men. Also Check whether all know deeds of Joseph Moor of Granville are also executed by his wife Hannah.
    34. Title: Deeds
      Repository:
      Media: Book
      Page: Hampden Co., MA Book 35, Page 498
      Text: Grantor: Timothy Rose of Granville. Consideration: 40 pounds. Grantee: Joseph Moor of Granville, yeoman. Property Description: one tract of land in Granville containing about 93 acres, land his father bought from Amos Baldwin and Marvin Moor, Constable, being sold in 1780 and 1781 to defray taxes. Executed by : Timothy Rose and Lydia Rose. Date: Sep 17, 1794. Witnesses: Hannah Graves and Statine(?) Graves. Comment. Note Marvin Moore, who was serving as constable in 1780 and 1781.
    35. Title: Deeds
      Repository:
      Media: Book
      Page: Hampden Co., MA Deed Book 34, Page 708
      Text: Grantor: Joseph Moor of Granville, yeoman. Consideration: 52 pounds. Grantee: Bethuel Jones of Granville, yeoman. Property Description: a parcel of land containing 52 acres, beginning at the corner of a parcel that Timothy Rose sold to Joseph Moore... Executed by Joseph Moor and Hannah Moor. Date: Mar 19, 1797. Witnesses: Elias Moor and Enoch Graves (latter surname unclear). Other: The deed was acknowledged before Timothy (?) Robingosn, Justice of the Peace , on Dec 7, 1797. Note: The fact that this deed was signed by Joseph and Hannah indicates clearly that this is the Joseph born about 1764.
    36. Title: Deeds
      Repository:
      Media: Book
      Page: Hampden Co., MA Book 53, Page 431
      Text: Grantor: Joseph Moor of Granville, yeoman. Consideration: 635 pounds. Grantee: Zadok Cooley of Granville, yeoman. Property Descrition: one tract of land adjoining Zadok Cooley's. Executed by ; Joseph Moor and Hannah Moore. Date: Feb 27, 1807. Witnesses: Enoch Bancroft and Martin Moses. Comment: This dedd was not recorded until 1812. This large sale may mark the time when Joseph Moor and his family left Granville. There are a number of likely deed in Hampden Co Granto Index 1800-1849 that Matt Hall did not abstract.
    37. Title: The 1812 Homestead
      Author: Tefft, Tim
      Publication: 1997 by the 1812 Homestead, Educational Foundation
      Note: Local History, Site History & Local Statistics
      Note: Paperback, New
      Repository:
      Note: Owned by Laura Schmittel
      Media: Book
      Page: Page 15
    38. Title: Court Record
      Repository:
      Media: Civil Registry
      Page: Cuyahoga Co., OH Common Pleas Court, 7 Nov 1821
      Text: Schedule of Property, one axe $ 1.50, one hoe $1.00, 2 chairs $1.00, 1 dish bottle $1.00, 2 knives and 2 forks $.25. total $4.75.
    39. Title: MA 1790 Census
      Repository:
      Media: Census
      Page: Granville, Hampshire, MA
      Text: Joseph Moore- 1 Male under 16 years (Theron), 1 Male over 16 Years (Joseph),2 Females (Hannah wife, Hannah daughter.)
    40. Title: MA 1800 Census
      Repository:
      Media: Census
      Page: Granville, Hampshire, MA Series: M32, Roll: 15, Page 173
      Text: Joseph Moore 3 M under 10 ( Norman age 10, Joseph, Jr. age 8 and Seth age 1 ), 1 M 10-15 ( Theron age 14 ) , 1 M 26-44 ( Joseph, Sr. age 45 at this time) , 2 F under 10 (Abigail age 5 and Sophia age 3) , 1 F 10-15 ( Hannah age 12 ) , 1 F 26-44 ( Hannah age 45 at this time) It appears that Joseph and Hannah are in the wrong category.
    41. Title: NY 1810 Census
      Repository:
      Media: Census
      Page: Willsboro, Essex Co., NY Reel # 27 Vol. 2, Page 39
      Text: Moor, Joseph 3 M u 10, -0, -2 M 16-25 (Seth age 11+ Joseph age 18) -1 M 26-44, -1 F u10 ( Theresa age 7 ) , -2 F 10-15 ( Sophia age 13 + Abigail age 15 ), -2 F 16-25, -1 F 26-44, -0-1 free person -0-
    42. Title: OH 1820 Census
      Repository:
      Media: Census
      Page: Troy Twp., Cuyahoga, OH Page 51 ( Now Avon Twp. , Lorain Co., OH)
      Text: Moor, G--? 1M 70-80, ( Joseph age 76) 1 F 70-80 (Hannah age 76)
    43. Title: OH 1830 Census
      Repository:
      Media: Census
      Page: Avon, Lorain, OH
      Text: More, Joseph, 1 M 15-20, 1M 20-30 ( Levi age 23 ), 1M 60-70 (Joseph ), 2 F 20-30 ( Macena age 20 ), 1F 60-70 (Hannah )
    44. Title: OH 1840 Census
      Repository:
      Media: Census
      Page: Avon, Lorain, OH
      Text: Moor, G--? 1M 70-80, ( Joseph age 76) 1 F 70-80 (Hannah age 76)
    45. Title: WIll
      Repository:
      Media: Book
      Page: Will Book Vol. 2 of Lorain Co Will Records 1824 to 1865. Lorain Co. Historical Society
      Text: W1846, LR case 236 film 4-6360 WB 2, P. 121
    46. Title: WIll
      Repository:
      Media: Book
      Page: Will Book Vol. 2 of Lorain Co Will Records 1824 to 1865. Lorain Co. Historical Society
      Text: Written May 10, 1842. Probated Apr 6, 1846. Mentions he is a citizen of the United States and a Soldier of the Revolution, also mentions my Book entitled " Memory of Washington", Joseph Moor, mentions wife, Hannah Moor; Ransome's children: Myron, Erastus Moor son of Levi Moor; Minor, Lucinda and Mary Ann Moor. Executors, Theron Moor, Anson Titus, Norman Moor, Seth Moor, Joseph Moor, Jim and Levi Moor Witnesses, Archibald Case, Moses Case.
    47. Title: The 1812 Homestead
      Author: Tefft, Tim
      Publication: 1997 by the 1812 Homestead, Educational Foundation
      Note: Local History, Site History & Local Statistics
      Note: Paperback, New
      Repository:
      Note: Owned by Laura Schmittel
      Media: Book
      Page: Page 16
      Text: The family patriarch, Joseph Moor(e), probably left Willsborough at the same time that Norman and Theron did (in 1817) Perhaps their removeal was due in part to the effects of the "Year Without a Summer," 1816, which had a devastating effect on the local economy and the economy of the entire Northeast.
    48. Title: The 1812 Homestead
      Author: Tefft, Tim
      Publication: 1997 by the 1812 Homestead, Educational Foundation
      Note: Local History, Site History & Local Statistics
      Note: Paperback, New
      Repository:
      Note: Owned by Laura Schmittel
      Media: Book
      Page: Page 13

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