Person:Isaac Moore (2)

Deacon Isaac Moore
b.cal 1622
d.bet 15 Dec 1705 and 27 Apr 1706
  • HDeacon Isaac Moore1622 - bet 1705
  • WRuth Stanley1626/27 - 1691
m. 5 Dec 1645
  1. Elizabeth Moore1646 - 1729
  2. Ruth Moore1656/57 - aft 1725
  3. Sarah Moore1661/62 - bef 1733/34
  4. Mary Moore1664 - 1738
  5. Phebe Moore1669 -
  • HDeacon Isaac Moore1622 - bet 1705
  • WDorothy Smithbet 1633 and 1635 - bef 1706
m. aft 12 Aug 1693
Facts and Events
Name[1][2] Deacon Isaac Moore
Alt Name[3] Deacon Isaac More
Gender Male
Birth[3] cal 1622
Emigration[3] 1635 On the Increase.
Residence[3] 1635 Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Marriage 5 Dec 1645 Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United Statesto Ruth Stanley
Residence[3] bef 1649 Farmington, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Residence[3] 1651 Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States
Residence[3] 1661 Farmington, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Other[3] bef 12 Oct 1669 Admitted freeman of Connecticut.
Will[3] 7 Apr 1686 Apparently never submitted for probate.
Marriage aft 12 Aug 1693 to Dorothy Smith
Death[3] bet 15 Dec 1705 and 27 Apr 1706

Per Bouton-Boughton Farnham Families, p. 146, came on the Increase in 1635 with Matthew Marvin. Married (1) 5 Dec 1645 Ruth Stanley; m (2) Dorothy Smith St. John. Lived at Farmington, CT. [This last doesn't make sense; Dorothy Smith married St. John *after* the death of Isaac Moore-- unless we're talking about an earlier Dorothy Smith St. John...]

References
  1. Boughton, Willis A. Bouton, Boughton and Farnam Families. (Fort Lauderdale, FL: W.A. Boughton, c1949), 146.
  2. Baldwin, Charles Candee. The Candee genealogy : with notices of allied families of Allyn, Catlin, Cooke, Mallery, Newell, Norton, Pynchon, and Wadsworth. (Cleveland, Ohio: unknown, 1882), pas 175, 176.

    Deacon Isaac Moore, first of Farmington, was one of the first settlers of Norwalk. He married at Hartford, December 5, 1645, Ruth, daughter of John Stanley.
    Deacon Moore was Representative for Norwalk in 1657. About 1660, he went back to Farmington, where he was a Deacon, and married, late in life, Dorothy, a daughter of Rev. Henry Smith, of Charlestown, who had been widow of three husbands. He was living in 1705. He had daughters Ruth, Sarah, Mary and Phebe, but no sons. [Note] No dau Elizabeth mentioned, and she and Ruth have same birthdate. Needs more investigation re: both Elizabeth & Ruth.

  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8 3.9 Isaac More, in Anderson, Robert Charles; George F. Sanborn; and Melinde Lutz Sanborn. The Great Migration: Immigrants to New England, 1634-1635. (NEHGS, 1999-2011), V:137-145.

    ORIGIN: Unknown.
    MIGRATION: 1635 on the Increase (on 15 April 1635, "Isack More," aged 13, apparently in the family of Matthew Marvin, was enrolled at London as a passenger for New England on the Increase [Hotten 65]).
    CHURCH MEMBERSHIP: Admitted to Norwalk church by early 1657, when he had a child baptized there [FarmingtonChR 1:72]. Deacon at Farmington by 1697 (on 14 April 1697, the selectmen of Farmington sued "Deacon Isack More" and two other men for "not gathering in and making payment of the Rev. Mr. Samuel Hooker's minister's rate in the several years wherein you were chosen collectors" [HaCR 454]).
    FREEMAN: "Isaac More" is in the 12 October 1669 list of freemen at Farmington [CCCR 2:521].
    BIRTH: About 1622 (aged 13 on 15 April 1635 [Hotten 65]).
    DEATH: Between 15 December 1705 (date of deed [Farmington LR 3:86]) and 27 Apr 1706 (date of widow's inventory [Manwaring 2:96, citing HaPR 7 (probate): 149-51]).

The Increase (1635)
The Increase sailed in the spring of 1635.
Sailed: April? 1635 from London, England under Master Robert Leah
Arrived: June? 1635 at New England

Passengers:
~101 full list
Symon Ayres family - George Bacon family - Philemon Dalton family - Thomas Jostlin family - Matthew Marvin family - Isack More - Jo: Warner - Samuel Morse family - Eliza Ward - Wm Rusco family - Tho. Page family - Edw Spurkes - Kat. Taylor - Samuel Andrews family - Robt Naney - Robt Sankey - James Gibbons - Ellen Lougie - Tho. Bloggett family - Tho Chittingen family - Ben. Thomlins - Edw Tomlins - Barb. Fford - Joan Broomer - Richard Brooke - Thos. Brooke - Symon Crosby family - Richd Rowton family - Percival Greene family

Resources: Founders of New England (NEHGR) and additional pages