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Loyalist Directory: James Moore

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Surname : Moore
Given name : James
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Status as Loyalist : Proven
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Date & Place of Birth : 1738 in Glasgow or perhaps Stirling Scotland
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Date & Place of Death : 22 November 1820 at Lot 16 (North) Long Reach King's County New Brunswick.
Place of Burial : Churchyard at Trinity Anglican Church at Kingston, King's County New Brunswick, more likely private burial ground on his property Lot 16 Long Reach King's County New Brunswick.
Wife Name : Eleanor Sutton m. about 1770-1772
Children : Sutton Moore b. prior to 1783
Ann (Nancy) Moore b. March 1780, m. Jerome Seely, d. 29 March 1825
Walter Moore b. 1782, m. Phoebe Gorham, d. between 1861 and 1871
Martha Moore
James Moore b. after 7 May 1788, m. Rachel Holder 5 August 1811
Eleanor Napier Moore b. 1791, m. Asa Cronk 22 October 1814, d. 9 February 1852
Biography : More information on James Moore and his family can be found here.
Proven Descendants : London & Western Ontario 1981.06.09
London & Western Ontario 1983.09.06
London & Western Ontario 1983.??.??
London & Western Ontario 1984.02.14
London & Western Ontario 1984.03.20
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