Person:Deborah Moore (4)

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Deborah MOORE
 
 
m. Abt 1675
  1. Deborah MOORE
  2. Nathaniel MOORE - 1699
  3. Elizabeth MooreAbt 1679 - 1748
  4. Hannah Moorebef 1680 - 1753
  5. Patience Moorebef 1688 - 1724
  6. Abigail Moorebef 1689 - 1747
  • H.  John Boisseau (add)
  • WDeborah MOORE
m. 17 Jul 1725
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Name Deborah MOORE
Gender Female
Marriage 17 Jul 1725 Southold, Suffolk, New York, United Statesto John Boisseau (add)
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!Refugees of 1776 from Long Island to Connecticut page 468

References
  1.   Moore, Charles B. Town of Southold, Long Island, personal index prior to 1698, and index of 1698: compiled and copied for the purpose of having corrections suggested and greater fullness and accuracy attained and preserved, especially as to the first or early settlers of the town, including all named in or prior to the list of 1698. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Photocopied by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1981), 7.

    John Boisseau m. 17 Jul 1725 Deborah, d/o Nathaniel Moore, signing a release to executor of Nathaniel Moore in 1728/9.
    [Comments indicate it is not clear if this is the John Boisseau b. 1676 marrying Deborah after his first wife d. 23 Mar 1724/5, or his son John Boisseau b. abt. 1700 who married Deborah. Deborah listed as one of five daughters in father's will of 19 Apr 1698, so birth before that, and despite warning comments, she is listed in this source with elder Boisseau.]