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Joseph Moore

Birthdate: (34)
Birthplace: Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut Colony
Death: August 15, 1713 (34)
Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut Colony
Immediate Family:

Son of John Moore, Jr.; John Moore, Jr.; Hannah Moore and Hannah Moore
Husband of Sarah Moore
Father of Sarah Eggleston; Deborah Drake; Phebe Soper; Lydia Moore and Lt. Joseph Moore
Brother of Capt. Thomas Moore; Samuel Moore; John Moore, III; Nathaniel Moore; Josiah Moore and 1 other
Half brother of Martha Drake

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About Joseph Moore

Source: Genealogical and Family History of Western New York, A Record of the Achievements of Her People in the Making of a Commonwealth and the Building of a Nation

George Moore and Family;
George A Moore a resident MOORE Buffalo New York from to 1891 was born in Fabius New York March 27 1814 He was of revolutionary descent also descended from Moore born in England died in Windsor Connecticut 1645 and n's soni John Moore born in England died in Windsor Connecticut September 17 1677 His wife Moore was still living according to records December 22 1677 These men to America in the Mary and John others from Devonshire Somersetshire Dorsetshire Two famous ministers came them Mr John Maverick and Mr John War ham They set sail from Plymouth England March 30 1630 and arrived at Nantasket May 30 1630 They began a settlement Mattapan now called Dorchester Massachusetts In the summer of 1635 Mr people sixty men women and children removed to Connecticut and settled at Windsor Thomas Moore and John Moore remained Dorchester until 1639 II January 2 1637 John Moore was of twenty men at Dorchester chosen to govern all of the affairs of the plantation were made freemen at Windsor Connecticut April 9 1641 John Moore was deacon January 11 165 1 His accounts deacon were granted February 10 1673 the court of election at Hartford May 16 1661 John Winthrop was elected governor and John Moore deputy The house which Deacon John Moore built in those early days is still standing in Windsor Connecticut Deacon John Moore had one son John Moore Junior and four daughters mentioned in his will published in the Hartford probate records vol 1 page 195 P 222 Nathaniel Loomis married November 24 1653 Elizabeth Moore Thomas Bissell married October 11 1655 Abigail Moore Nathaniel Bissell married September 25 1662 Mindwell Moore John Drake Jr married November 30 1648 Hannah Moore III John Moore Jr born December 5 1645 son of Deacon John Moore died June 1 1718 He married September 21 1664 at Windsor Connecticut Hannah Goffe born in Cambridge Massachusetts March 23 1644 died in Windsor April 4 1697 Seven sons John Thomas Samuel Nathaniel Edward Josiah and Joseph twins By second wife Mary Farnsworth one daughter Martha Moore married Job Drake 2 IV Joseph Moore born July 5 1679 son of John Moore Jr died August 15 1713 He married 1702 Sarah Browne of Windsor Connecticut granddaughter of Peter Browne of the Mayflower 1620 Children Four daughters and one son Sarah Deborah Phoebe Lydia and Joseph Moore Jr V Joseph Moore only son of Joseph and Sarah Browne Moore was born August 11 1712 at Windsor Connecticut and died May 5 1790 He married May 29 1735 Elizabeth Allyn born November 22 1712 died May 11 1790 Six sons and four daughters Joseph Josiah Elisha Theophilus Asa Abijah Hannah Elizabeth Wakeman Anna and Sarah The father of this family and his emarried, 1788, at Harwinton, Connecticut, Abigail Dewey, born 1769, died September 3, 1853, at Fabius, New York, daughter of Captain Daniel Dewey, revolutionary soldier. "Centennial History of Onondaga County, New York, Town of Fabius": "In the spring of 1794 Timothy Jerome and Josiah Moore, of Stockbridge, Massachusetts, moved in and erected log cabins. Josiah Moore settled on lot fifteen on the old Chenango road. He sowed the first wheat, brought the first farm implements into this section, became the first town clerk, built the first frame house in 1800, and died there April 29, 1802, being the first one of the pioneers to cross to the other shore." Five sons and one daughter : John, Josiah, Henry, Charles, Augustus C. and Maria Abigail. The youngest son, Augustus C. Moore, born 1799, came to Buffalo in 183 1, died 1883. (VIII) John Moore, born June 7, 1789, at Torrington, Connecticut, eldest son of Josiah Moore Jr., died September 24, 1872, at Tully, New York. He married, April 2, 1808, Mary Lerana Middlebrook, born in Trumbull, Con necticut, October 2, 1790, died February 1, 1854, at Fabius, New York, granddaughter of Lieutenant Ephraim Middlebrook, killed April, 1777, in the "Danbury Raid." John Moore was a soldier in the war of 1812. Chil dren : Josiah Beach Moore, George Augustus Moore, John Osborne Moore, Mariette L. Moore, Norman Titus Moore, Maria Abigail Moore, Ann Elizabeth Moore, Theodore Mid dlebrook Moore. (IX) George Augustus Moore, son of John Moore, was born March 27, 1814, in Fabius, New York, died in Buffalo, New York, De cember 28, 1890. He married, January 1, 1839, at Buffalo, Catherine A. Brown, born in Attica, New York, March 12. 1819, died in Hamburg, New York, March 16, 1884, granddaughter of John Nichols, revolutionary soldier, Brimfield, Massachusetts. Five sons and six daughters : Theodore Middlebrook Moore, born 1839, died 1900: Mary Louise Moore, born 1841 : Norman Titus Moore, born 1842; Frederick Brown Moore, born 1844; George Barnard Moore, born 1847, died 1888 ; John Henry Moore, born 1849 : Kate Eliza Moore, born 1851, died 1853: Emma Caroline Moore, born 1853 : Anna Maria Moore, born 1855 ; Marion Isabel Moore, born 1857 ; Alice Olivia Moore, born 1860. (X) John Henry Moore, son of George A. Moore, was born in Buffalo, New York, Feb ruary 18, 1849; married, March 5, 1878, Kate Victoria Bullymore, born April 7, 1853, in Buffalo, New York. He graduated from the United States Naval Academy, June, 1869; retired as commander United States Navy, June, 1899. Two sons: 1. Langdon Moore, born January 8, 1879, Washington, D. C. ; married, in Baltimore, Maryland, March 4, 191 1, Minda Ellenworth Gottlieb, born April 12, 1886. 2. Theodore John Moore, born Oc tober 23, 1891, Washington, D. C.

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Joseph Moore's Timeline

1679
July 5, 1679
Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut Colony
1703
July 14, 1703
Age 24
Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut Colony
1705
August 18, 1705
Age 26
Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut Colony
1707
November 13, 1707
Age 28
Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut Colony
1710
August 8, 1710
Age 31
Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA
1712
August 11, 1712
Age 33
Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut Colony
1713
August 15, 1713
Age 34
Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut Colony