Person:Elizabeth Moore (131)

m. 26 Jan 1775
  1. Elizabeth Moore1777 - 1836
  2. Nathan MooreBef 1790 -
  3. Jerusha Moore1791 - 1861
  4. Tryphena Moore1796 - 1871
m. 7 Jul 1799
  1. John Moore Pomeroy1800 - 1873
  2. Nancy Pomeroy1803 - 1877
  3. Jerusha Pomeroy1808 - 1881
  4. Wright Pomeroy1811 - 1884
  5. Elizabeth Pomeroy1815 - 1881
Facts and Events
Name[3] Elizabeth Moore
Gender Female
Birth[1][4] 4 Mar 1777 Warwick, Franklin, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 7 Jul 1799 Warwick, Franklin, Massachusetts, United Statesto Phineas Ashley Pomeroy
Death[1][2] 15 May 1836 Newfane, Windham, Vermont, United States
  1. 1.0 1.1 Pomeroy, Albert Alonzo. History and Genealogy of the Pomeroy Family: Collateral Lines in Family Groups, Normandy, Great Britain and America; Comprising the Ancestors and Descendants of Eltweed Pomeroy from Beaminster, County Dorset, England, 1631. (Toledo, Ohio: Franklin Print. and Engraving Co., 1912-1922), 304.
  2. Vermont, United States. Vermont, Vital Records, 1760-1954. (FamilySearch Record Search), [1].

    Name: Elizabeth Pomeroy
    Name of Spouse: Wife of Phineas A Pomeroy
    Date of Death: May 15 1836
    Name of Cemetery: Newfane C.
    A True Copy, Apr 30-1920 Attest: Luella Bingham
    A True Copy, July 27-1920 Attest: A. G. Warren Town Clerk of Newfane

  3. The Newberry Library's special collection website [2] says that Elizabeth (Moore) Pomeroy was Jerusha (Moore) Reed's sister. This presumably is determined by reading the correspondance of the Kendall-Reed collection there.
  4. This Elizabeth's birth is not listed in Vital Records of Warwick Source:Vital Records of Warwick, Massachusetts 1739-1850, though her marriage record there says she is of Warwick. Some sources, including American Ancestors of the Different Branches of Franklin Hoar Wheeler and of his wife Elisabeth Pomeroy Wheeler [3] give the birth as 1 Oct 1776, but this is the birthdate of Mark Moore's daughter Elizabeth that is listed in the Vital Records of Warwick, and one must suspect this is an error.
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