Name: Lambert Moore
Given Name: Lambert
Birth: 1727 in , , New York, Colony
Death: 1727 in , , New York, Colony
Reference Number: E497
Change Date: 25 Dec 2000 at 12:30:28
Page 34 - SIX CENTURIES OF MOOR DE FALLEY by David Moore
HALL, printed 1904 by O.E. FLANHART Printing Co., Richmond,
VA. and page 38 for himself.
From the above source:
"11-Daniel, (1727- ), d. inf. 12-Lambert, twin with Dan-
Copied from page 38 of the above source:
"Lambert Moore, Esq., of White Hall, etc. (1727-1805),
Comptroller of his Majesty's Customs previous to 1776;
afterwards Deputy Supt. of the Port of New york, m.
in1757 (1st wife) Jane, daughterof Hon. Edward Holland,
Mayor of New York. Issue. 1-Francis. 2-John. 3-Mary m.
to Andrew Onderdonk, Esq. No issue. He m. (2nd wife)
Gertrude, daughter of Hendrick Onderdonk, Esq. and
sister of Andrew. supra. Issue. 1-Phoebe m. to David
Bailie, Esq. 2-Jane m. to Adam Tredwell, Esq. of Brook-
lyn, N.Y. Moore supra. NOTE. During the Revolution, in
company with the Hon. Andrew Elliott, uncle of Gilbert
Elliott, Earl of Minto, he visited Philadelphia while
in British occupancy. After the peace, he was pen-
sioned by the British government for his long and
faithful service. Hon. Andrew Elliott was the most
intimate friend of John Moore, Esq., genealogist. Adam
Tredwell, Esq. supra, was the grandfather of the Rt.
Rev. Benjamin Tredwell Onderdonk, D.D., Bishop of New
York, d. 1861, and of the Rt. Rev. Henry Ustick Onder-
donk, D.D., Bishop of Pennsylvania, d. 1858."
Father: John Moore Col. b: 1686 in , , South Carolina, Colony
Mother: Frances Lambert b: 1692 in , , , France