Person:Apollos Moore (3)

Watchers
Apollos Moore
d.abt 1864
m. 30 Sep 1765
  1. Joel Moore, Jr1766 -
  2. Nathaniel Moore1769 -
  3. Orren Moore1771 -
  4. John Moore1774 - 1811
  5. Pliny Moore1776 -
  6. Samuel Moore1779 -
  7. Apollos Mooreabt 1782 - abt 1864
  8. Martha Moore1783 -
  9. Elizabeth Moore1785 -
  10. Flavius Moore1789 -
  • HApollos Mooreabt 1782 - abt 1864
  • WDelina
m. bef 1803
  1. Apollos Moorebef 1804 -
  2. Horace Moore1804 - 1844
  3. Mary Moore1809 -
  • HApollos Mooreabt 1782 - abt 1864
  • WPhilatta Dean1787 - 1869
m. 3 Oct 1805
  1. Nelson Moore1811 -
  2. Morris D Moore1813 - 1881
  3. John Milton Moore1815 -
  4. Franklin Moore1818 -
  5. Francis Moore1818 -
Facts and Events
Name Apollos Moore
Gender Male
Alt Birth[1] abt 1766-67 Massachusetts, United StatesAccording to William Cutter
Birth[2] abt 1782 New York, United States
Alt Birth[3] abt 1783 Connecticutt, United States
Marriage bef 1803 to Delina
Marriage 3 Oct 1805 to Philatta Dean
Residence[1] bef 1813 Lewis, New York, United States
Alt Death[1] abt 1848 According to William Cutter, using Cutter's estimated birth year
Residence[2] 22 Jul 1850 Lowville, Lewis, New York, United States
Occupation[2] 22 Jul 1850 Lowville, Lewis, New York, United StatesFarmer
Residence[3] 5 Jul 1860 Lowville, Lewis, New York, United States
Death[1] abt 1864 If the age of 82 is correct as claimed by Cutter and his date of birth is actually around 1782
Religion[1] Methodist

The Apollos Moore Mystery

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Apollos Moore, in Cutter, William Richard. Genealogical and family history of northern New York: a record of the achievements of her people in the making of a commonwealth and the founding of a nation. (New York, New York: Lewis Historical Pub. Co., 1910), Vol 1, Pg 154, Questionable quality.

    "(III) Apollos, son of Joel Moore, was born about 1766-67. He was a soldier in the revolution in 1783 in Captain Ebenezer Smith's (Seventh) company. Colonel Michael Jackson's regiment (Eighth). He removed from Westfield, or Russell, near Springfield, Massachusetts, to Lowville, Lewis county, New York, prior to 1813. He was a carpenter and builder in Massachusetts, and he established a business as manufacturer of blinds, doors and sashes in New York, and in the course of time built up a large trade for that day. He was a Methodist in religion and a Whig and Republican in politics. He lived to the advanced age of eighty-two years. He married (first) Delina. He married (second) October 3, 1805, Philatta, daughter of Samuel Dean, born at Westfield, August 4, 1755, died April 8, 1790. Children of Apollos and Delina Moore: 1. Apollos. 2. Horace, born 1804, died June 1, 1844, drowned in the Connecticut river. Children of Apollos and Philatta Moore: 3. Mary, January 25, 1809; married, December 26, 1830, William Ward Nine. 4. Nelson, February 14, 1811; married (first) March 13, 1837, Sarah A. Martin; (second) October 5, 1842, Catharine Jones. 5. Morris D., January 18, 1813; mentioned below. 6. John Milton, January 1, 1815; married, September 7, 1843, Adeline C. Crane. 7. Franklin, November 18, 1818; married, April 6, 1847, Helen G. Johnson. 8. Francis (twin) November 18, 1818."

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Lewis, New York, United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule, 22 Jul 1850, Primary quality.

    Lowville, Dwelling 1125, Family 1131, Lines 6-17, NARA microfilm publication M432, roll 523

    [On this census, the Moore family appears to be recorded as Morse. Apollos and Charlotte Moore are living with son Morris D Moore and family. Uncertain who Charlotte may be according to Cutter's description, but the children on the record match Cutter's genealogy for at least the Morris D Moore family.]

  3. 3.0 3.1 Lewis, New York, United States. 1860 U.S. Census Population Schedule, 5 Jul 1860, Primary quality.

    Lowville, Page 39, Dwelling 326, Family 325, Lines 13-19, NARA microfilm publication M653, roll 777

    [Apollos and Philletta Moore are living with their son Morris D Moore and family.]