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Genealogy of the Moore family
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MS-2-344, SF Box 37, Folder 11
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0.4 cm of textual records (1 folder)
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John Moore was born c. 1790, son of John Moore and Hannah Copeland, and a direct descendant of the Honorable Samuel Moore, an early civil leader in New Jersey. He apprenticed as a cooper at the age of 14. In 1814 he married Sarah Hall and shortly after settled in Marksboro, New Jersey. They had eight children.
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File contains genealogical notes on the descendants of Samuel Moore, some transcribed from "The Reverend Joseph W. Dally's History of Woodbridge."
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