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  • ID: I204
  • Name: Thomas I Moore Rev.
  • Surname: Moore
  • Given Name: Thomas I
  • Suffix: Rev.
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: ABT 1689 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Colony
  • Death: 1769 in , , , England
  • Reference Number: C204
  • _UID: 9E149C89B0B5A64ABA5D7F55B8DCD165E11F
  • Note:
    !BIRTH:
    1689 Pennsylvania
    !DEATH:
    1789 England
    !SOURCE(1):
    See notes for his father, Hon. John MOORE RIN66, for the
    complete copy of entry on page 17 - SIX CENTURIES OF MOOR
    DE FALLEY by David Moore HALL, printed 1904 by O.E. FLANHART
    Printing Co., Richmond, VA.
    !REFERENCE(1):
    The following is a partial copy of the above source:
    Issue. 1-John. 2-Rev. Thomas MOORE I, D.D., (1689 Penn.-
    1769 Eng.), Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, and gradu-
    ate of the University of Oxford, (B.A. 1712, M. A. 1716, D.
    D. 1733), was Chaplain to the Dean and Chapter of Rochester
    Cathedral, during the incumbency of the Rt. Rev. Francis
    ATTERBURY, D. D., Lord Bishop of Rochester, who was banished
    for his attachment to the House of Stuart. Dr. MOORE was
    taken into custody with Bishop ATTERBURY, but his innocence
    being quickly proven, he was promptly released. He was
    subsequently Rector of Chiselhurst, co. Kent, and Little
    Britain, London. Some years before his death, he declined
    an offer to promotion to the Bishop's Bench, feeling and
    saying in reply to the proposal that he had been too long
    and unjustly neglected. He is said to have had nine child-
    ren, among them. A-The Rev. Thomas MOORE II. D/.D., (1738-
    1823), who matriculated at Worcester College, Oxford. May
    26, 1753, age 15, and took his B. A. in 1757 and M.A. in
    1759, and was rector of North Cray, co. Kent in 1765, and
    Foot Cray in 1768 till 1823, when he died, aged 85. B-The
    Rev. Charles MOORE, D.D., (1740- ), rector of Caxton and
    Vicar of St. Nicholas, Rochester, co. Kent. Two volumes of
    his sermons were published circa 1820 by one of his sons.
    He was the father of Major Charles MOORE, who died at his
    residence in the castle yard, Windsor, in the spring of
    1856, aged 96. The press of the day stated that 'he had
    been Governor of the Military Knights of Windsor for 22
    years with the same high honor and ability by which he was
    characterized in his long military service. He died univer-
    ally esteemed and regretted.' T. W. C. MOORE of New York
    called upon him at Windsor Castle on his last trip to Eng-
    land. C-John, of Vale Place, Hammersmith. D-William, of
    London. The letters A,B,C,D, refer to four of the sons of
    Rev. Thomas MOORE I, D.D. Nothing more is known to this
    branch.
  • Change Date: 25 Dec 2000 at 12:30:20



    Father: John Moore Hon. b: 1658 in , , , England
    Mother: Rebecca Axtell Lady b: ABT 1660 in
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