Person:Samuel Moore (58)

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m. June 1743
  1. Jonathan Moore1747 - 1828
  2. Mark MooreAbt 1749 - 1832
  3. Daniel Moore1751 -
  4. John Moore1754 - 1832
  5. Elisabeth Moore1756 - 1776
  6. Samuel Moore1761 - 1838
  • HSamuel Moore1761 - 1838
  • W.  Olive Bent (add)
m. 23 Oct 1783
  1. Asahel Moore1784 - Bef 1860
  2. Samuel Moore1785 - 1795
  3. Betsey White Moore1787 - 1833
  4. John Moore1789 -
  5. Daniel Moore1791 - 1872
  6. Nancy Moore1793 -
  7. Harriet Moore1795 - 1862
  8. Mariah Moore1797 - 1828
  9. Olive M. Moore1799 - 1882
  10. Polly Moore1801 - 1834
m. Aft 5 Mar 1803
Facts and Events
Name[3] Samuel Moore
Gender Male
Birth[1] 21 Oct 1761 Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 23 Oct 1783 Wayland, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United Statesto Olive Bent (add)
Marriage Aft 5 Mar 1803 Warwick, Franklin, Massachusetts, United StatesIntentions
to Eunice Goddard
Death[2] 23 Aug 1838 Orange, Franklin, Massachusetts, United States
References
  1. Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Vital Records of Sudbury, Massachusetts, to the Year 1850. (Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1903), 97.

    Moore, Samuel, s. Daniel, Jr. and Elisabeth, Oct. 21, 1761.

  2. Amidon, Ryan. North Cemetery.

    Samuel Moore died Aug. 23, 1838, AEt. 76 yrs. 10 mos.

  3. Source:Allred, Marilyn. Town of Warwick, Franklin County, Massachusetts, Genealogical Records 1739-1900, Births, Marriages,, p. 193, says Samuel's wife was "Elizabeth ---". However, the death records of at least three of Samuel's children name their mother as Olive or Olivia - Daniel (No. 5); Harriet Wilson (No. 10); and Olive Ford (No. 67). Also, the marriage of Samuel Moore to Olive Bent in Wayland in 1783 is about six months prior to the birth of their first child. It is not clear what Allred's conclusion was based on, but Samuel's mother was named Elizabeth, and the wife of his nephew Samuel (son of his brother Jonathan) was named Elizabeth, both possible sources for this confusion. Allred does not mention a second wife, but it also appears Olive died sometime soon after the last child and Samuel m. (2) 1803 Eunice Goddard, who is buried in the same cemetery that Samuel is.