Elizabeth Moore

b. 17 March 1816, d. March 1890
FatherThomas Moore b. c 1790
MotherMartha (?)
     Elizabeth Moore was born in 1816 at Ludgershall, Buckinghamshire, England.
Elizabeth Moore was baptized on 17 March 1816 at Ludgershall, Buckinghamshire, England.1 She was the daughter of Thomas Moore and Martha (?)
There is a book by George Edward Meek, grandson of Benjamin Humphries titled "George Meek, Bath Chairman by Himself" which provides remarkable information about Benjamin Humphries and his second wife Elizabeth Moore. George Meek was born 1868 and raised by Benjamin and Elizabeth from 1871 after his parents and siblings emigrated to the USA, eventually returning in 1877. George was considered too weak to travel with them. Excerpts from the book are quoted here in italics.2
On 30 March 1851 Elizabeth Moore lived at Ludgershall, Buckinghamshire, England, living with her widowed father and her illegitimate son Charles.
Elizabeth Moore was a lacemaker on 30 March 1851.
Elizabeth Moore married Benjamin Humphries, son of Henry Humphries and Diana Lines, in 1852 at Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England, surname HUMPHRY.3
There were no children from Benjamin Humphries second marriage to Elizabeth Moore.
Benjamin, Elizabeth and the three surviving children, Rose Hannah, Ann Elizabeth, and Sarah ... "came to the neighbourhood of Eastbourne (Sussex) from Buckinghamshire with a farmer named Paxton, who had taken a farm at Willingdon. Here they occupied an old flint cottage which stood upon the corner of the main road and Church Street where "Flint House" now stands. Leaving Mr. Paxton's service after a time my grandfather entered that of another farmer named Reid at Jevington. Here he did some poaching. My grandmother has often spoken of burying fur and feathers to elude the search of their cottage made for them by game- keepers. Butcher's meat was scarce and dear in the country in those days. I do not suppose my grandfather's wages were very high. There were three growing girls to be kept, and doubtless an occasional hare or partridge was acceptable."
The farmer named Paxton would have been John Paxton, baptised 14 Sep 1817 at Finmere, Oxfordshire and who married Mary Sadler on 18 May 1842 at Newton Purcell, Oxfordshire. He is listed in the 1861 census at Chalk Farm, Willingdon "a farmer of 1000 acres employing 30 labourers". John Paxton's parents Robert and Mary Paxton had "a farm of 870 acres employing 38 laboureres" in Mixbury, Oxfordshire (next to Finmere) according to the 1851 census. It would be interesting to know how John came to be in possession of Chalk Farm, which is doubtlessly where Benjamin worked.
The farmer named Reid at Jevington was likely John Reid at Street Farm. In the 1861 census he was a farmer of 377 acres employing 3 boys and 7 men. Street Farm is near the intersection of Jevington Road and Green Lane. A photograph of the cottage they lived in is shown in the local history book "Jevington, Wannock and Willingdon: A Portrait in Old Postcards and Photographs" by Rosalind Hodge.2,4
On 7 April 1861 Elizabeth Moore and Benjamin Humphries lived at Jevington, Sussex, England. They are in the 1861 census under the name NIBBS.
In 1864 Elizabeth Moore and Benjamin Humphries lived at 11 Tower Street, Eastbourne, Sussex, England, Tower Street was in the roughest area of Eastbourne and home to many of Eastbourne’s Fishermen. The houses were very small and terraced. On a modern map St James Road (a close actually) leads to a block of flats called Gwent Court which is built on the site of Tower Street.5
On 2 April 1871 Elizabeth Moore and Benjamin Humphries lived at 5 East St, Eastbourne, Sussex, England. They are in the 1871 census under the name NIBBS.
Elizabeth Moore was a charwoman on 2 April 1871.
In March(?) 1871 Benjamin's daughter Sarah and family emigrated to the USA leaving their son George Edward Meek and Sarah's sister Rosanna's son Benjamin Henry (Harry) Meek with their grandparents, Benjamin and Elizabeth.
C1870's ..... "My home life during this period was very happy. My grandparents were very good to me, and although we were poor we never knew what it was to want. My grandmother went out to work occasionally, but not, I think, regularly. I can remember her at a laundry in Cavendish Place, where I was anxious to turn the mangle; but I remember more distinctly her lace-making. She had a "pillow" and boxes of "bobbins," and with these she made excellent hand lace. She told me in after years that she used to sit on the beach in front of the Grand Parade with this work in the summer time and that she found some good customers for it among the passing gentry. I remember that one day she went over the rocks close to the Wish Tower to gather limpets, and that she fell and cut her face dread- fully. ...... Part of the time we lived in a little two-roomed cottage in a yard, or "close," off Grove Road. This has since been demolished. Here, I remember, my grandfather brought out his gun and shot some starlings, which he had, baked in a pie, for supper. I think I must have been left by myself a great deal, or at most with my cousin, a lad who at that time could not have been more than seven or eight years old. There are recollections of lonely meals I ate, of no care except from him, of long evenings spent waiting for grandfather and grandmother to come home. They always came home sober. I do not remember seeing my grandfather the worse for drink except on one occasion, and that was on a Christmas Day. He had a glass or two of ale every day, but I gather that he never exceeded. My grandmother was never addicted to drink. She was careful, fond of her home, making no silly pretensions, but just anxious to live a quiet, comfortable life. One incident I recall with reference to her at this time. She had bought a new pair of boots at a local shop on a Saturday night. On Sunday she and grand- father went for a walk along the sands, and the soles of her new boots fell off! She loomed very large in my early days. When she was at home I spent most of my out- of-school hours with her. When I was sick — I remember only one occasion, when I had the measles — she nursed me, giving me, by the doctor's orders, port wine, a drink which I pre- ferred very much to the nasty medicine. For some years afterwards whenever I felt I wanted something particularly nice I complained of feeling ill, and begged for more port wine. Then I had trouble with my teeth, which she tried to relieve by rubbing my gums with coarse salt. Also there were warm baths and shower baths, the latter administered by means of a garden watering-pot; nauseous castor-oil every now and then; pennies for sweets, which were often spent in children's books. Of these I acquired quite a large collection, and my grandfather bound them into one large volume. I suppose I could not read very well at that time, as I used to get him, when I bought a new book, to read it to me. The last year or two of our stay in Eastbourne we occupied three back rooms in a house in Cross Street, for which, I understand, my people paid four shillings and sixpence per week. While we were there the notable fire at Peerless' yard occurred. It was my habit on fine days, though I was very young, to go up and meet my grandfather in the evening when his work was done. I believe I spent much of my spare time with him. I remember going to the brick-yards with him, where I used to watch him load his cart with bricks. He put on his hands a pair of leather things like gloves with no backs to them. Then a man would throw bricks to him, three at a time, from a large stack; these he caught, piling them in his cart. It was amusing when I walked home with him to hear the tramp, tramp of his great hob- nailed boots and the pitter, patter of my little ones.2"
Elizabeth Moore witnessed the death of Ann Elizabeth Humphries on 6 October 1872 at South Court, South St, Eastbourne, Sussex, England; She died of chronic nephritis (a kidney disease) and anasarca (swelling of the skin due to liver failure).6
On 6 October 1872 Elizabeth Moore and Benjamin Humphries lived at South St, Eastbourne, Sussex, England.6
"In 1874, when I was six years old, my grand- father gave up his place at Peerless the builder's and took service as ploughman with a farmer named Edwards at Jevington, a village five miles over the hills and seven miles by road from Eastbourne. My grandfather was allowed the use of a farm wagon to remove our furniture from Eastbourne to Jevington. This, drawn by three huge brown horses whose names I subsequently learned were "Cubit," "Captain" and "Smiler," caused me great wonder. It had no tail-board at the back, simply a wooden bar across the top from side to side, and at the bottom a roller, through two holes in which long loose pegs were passed. This, I learned afterwards, was used when the wagon was loaded very high (with hay or com, for in- stance) to tighten the ropes which were passed over it from the front. The horses were gay with much jingling, brightly burnished brass about their harness, and blue, red and yellow ribbons on their bridles. I, my grandmother and my cousin Harry rode on top of the furniture. I do not remember much of the journey, except that when we had passed Wannock Glen my cousin got down and gathered a large bunch of primroses for me, so it must have been in the early spring. It is curious how little incidents of this kind are retained in the memory. I can see him now, a rough-clad little boy, handing the big bunch of yellow flowers up to me as I sat on the wagon. When we reached our little cottage we found there was no fire-grate in it. A broken one was borrowed. This had to be kept upright with two or three loose bricks. It had originally been a four-legged affair, but two of the legs had been broken off. We made shift with this for a time until a new one was bought. When my grand- mother wanted to make a cake for Sunday's tea, and was not using the large brick oven in the washhouse, she baked it by placing it under the grate with a sheet of tin over it to keep the ashes from falling into it. This cottage can still be seen. It stands on the right, just inside the upper end of the village, opposite a large barn. They found that my cousin Harry was not needed, so they sent him into the workhouse. But he was not there long. My grandfather, much to my delight, fetched him out to be his ploughboy. Poor Harry never had much education.2"
The cottage had about ten rods of garden attached. This ran down the side, the larger part given over to vegetables, but a long slip of it under a wall contained, among other things, flowers the seeds of which had been sent us from Ohio. This was my grandmother's special care. One year we tried to grow some Indian corn, but though it grew very high and the ears developed, it never fully ripened. People passing in carriages would often stop to buy a bunch of flowers. My grandmother insisted always that only sweet-smelling ones were worth having, consequently in the summer her garden scented the whole place. There was a pear tree, the special resting-place, I used to think, of our cat, and in the wall, serving the two houses, a well, from the depths of which the buckets some-times brought up bright-coloured lizards with the water. The neighbours once gave me so much honey it made me ill.2

"After my grandfather's death my mother and grandmother lived together for two years and a half at Willingdon. We were very poor, I remember. There was no regular income apart from some small relief from the parish and my cousin's earnings as a carter boy, which were not great. Occasionally my grandmother did a day's washing or charing. My mother set up in business as a dressmaker, but I am afraid she did not prosper greatly. My grandfather had been paid sixteen shillings a week. In addition he had a cottage rent free. This had ensured us a regular, if plain living." (George Edward Meek.)
On 3 April 1881 Elizabeth Moore lived at Lower Willingdon, Willingdon, Sussex, England, a lodger with George and Amelia Putland and family.
Elizabeth Moore was a lacemaker on 3 April 1881.
In 1888 Elizabeth Moore lived at Susans Rd, Eastbourne, Sussex, England, moving to Eastbourne to be near her grandson, George Edward Meek.2
Elizabeth Moore died in March 1890 at Eastbourne, Sussex, England. Age 74 years.7,8
Elizabeth Moore was buried on 10 March 1890 at St Mary's, Eastbourne, Sussex, England, 74 yrs, surname spelt HUMPHREY.
The old lady was getting more feeble; she was close upon seventy-four, and early in the following March 1890 she contracted bronchitis, and died a few days afterwards. She was buried at Langney on a very windy day, I being the only mourner. She had always been very fond of me; no mother could have been more kind. (George Edward Meek.)2

Family 1

Child

Family 2

Benjamin Humphries b. 15 Oct 1820, d. 4 Oct 1878
Marriage*
Elizabeth Moore married Benjamin Humphries, son of Henry Humphries and Diana Lines, in 1852 at Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England, surname HUMPHRY.3 

Citations

  1. [S388] Website "FamilySearch" (http://www.familysearch.org/) ""England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:NBVD-GSQ : 10 February 2018, Elisabeth Moore, ); citing Ludgershall, Buckingham, England, index based upon data collected by the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City; FHL microfilm 1,042,390."
  2. [S76] George Meek, "George Meek, Bath Chair-Man, By Himself", Constable & Co. Ltd., First Edition (1910).
  3. [S143] General Register Office: Indexes to Marriages, Sep 1837 - 2006, "Jan-Mar 1852, Aylesbury, Vol 3a Page 449."
  4. [S521] Rosalind Hodge, "Jevington, Wannock and Willingdon: A Portrait in Old Postcards and Photographs", S B Publications, First Edition (2003).
  5. [S526] Settlement Examination & Removal Order for Rose Hannah Humphries and her illegitimate son Benjamin Henry (8 months) from Eastbourne to Finmere, 9 Aug 1864. (ESRO:DE/B 26/71).
  6. [S86] Death certificate of Ann Elizabeth Godding, died 6 Oct 1872, registered 8 Oct 1872 in the Registration District of Eastbourne, Sussex, England (GRO Index Ref: Vol 2b Page 39).
  7. [S141] General Register Office: Indexes to Deaths, Sep 1837 - 2006, "Jan-Mar 1890, Eastbourne, Vol 2b Page 62."
  8. [S76] George Meek, "George Meek, Bath Chair-Man, By Himself", Constable & Co. Ltd., First Edition (1910) "Chapter XV "A Year of Dark Days.""

Elizabeth Moore

b. 9 April 1797
FatherIsaac Moore b. 9 Aug 1767, d. 28 Oct 1851
MotherAnn Kennard b. 20 May 1770, d. 1836
     Elizabeth Moore was born in 1797 at Alciston, Sussex, England.
Elizabeth Moore was baptized on 9 April 1797 at Alciston, Sussex, England.1 She was the daughter of Isaac Moore and Ann Kennard.

Citations

  1. [S23] Index to Sussex Baptisms, 1538 onwards, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, http://www.sfhg.org.uk/, ongoing project,.

Elizabeth Moore

b. 6 December 1829, d. 1874
     Elizabeth Moore was baptized on 6 December 1829 at Brighton, Sussex, England.
Elizabeth Moore married George Marchant, son of George Wingham Marchant and Charlotte Andrews, on 12 September 1849 at Brighton, Sussex, England.1
Elizabeth Moore died in 1874 at Brighton, Sussex, England.

Family

George Marchant b. 30 May 1830
Marriage*
Elizabeth Moore married George Marchant, son of George Wingham Marchant and Charlotte Andrews, on 12 September 1849 at Brighton, Sussex, England.1 
Child

Citations

  1. [S143] General Register Office: Indexes to Marriages, Sep 1837 - 2006, "Jul-Sep 1849, Brighton, Vol 7 Page 401."

Harold Stanley Moore

b. 16 June 1912, d. 19 January 2004
FatherStephen Moore b. 23 Aug 1870, d. 20 Jun 1946
MotherEmma Maria Love b. 10 Dec 1878, d. 12 May 1961
     Harold Stanley Moore was born on 16 June 1912 at Shoreham by Sea, Sussex, England. He was the son of Stephen Moore and Emma Maria Love.
Harold Stanley Moore married Lily May Williams on 29 January 1936 at Dartford, Kent, England.
Harold Stanley Moore married Hazel Patricia Stares on 20 September 1954 at Dartford, Kent, England.
Harold Stanley Moore died on 19 January 2004 at Mount Beauty, Victoria, Australia, at age 91.

Family 1

Lily May Williams b. 16 Jul 1913, d. 26 Nov 1999
Marriage*
Harold Stanley Moore married Lily May Williams on 29 January 1936 at Dartford, Kent, England

Family 2

Hazel Patricia Stares b. 10 Aug 1920, d. 10 Oct 2010
Marriage*
Harold Stanley Moore married Hazel Patricia Stares on 20 September 1954 at Dartford, Kent, England

Isaac Moore

b. 9 August 1767, d. 28 October 1851
FatherIsaac Moore b. 30 Aug 1744, d. 1816
MotherAnne Goldsmith b. 1746, d. 1810
     Isaac Moore was born in 1767 at West Firle, Sussex, England.
Isaac Moore was baptized on 9 August 1767 at West Firle, Sussex, England.1 He was the son of Isaac Moore and Anne Goldsmith.
The 1851 census gives Isaac's place of birth as Beddingham which is close to West Firle.2
Isaac Moore is speculated to be the father of Sarah KENNARD, base born (illegitimate) child of Ann KENNARD. The father was not recorded in the baptism register, however, one month after Sarah was born, Ann KENNARD married Isaac MOOR at Alciston, (on 9.12.1788 by banns, both of Alciston).
Isaac Moore married Ann Kennard, daughter of Robert Kennard and Rose Richardson, on 9 December 1788 at Alciston, Sussex, England.3
Isaac Moore's son Isaac is recorded on the tithe survey of 2 Oct 1843 1841 as living in Alciston on plot 113. The owner was Lord Gage with Isaac the occupier. The location of plot 113 is shown on these maps.4
Also shown on the 1843 tithe map are Isaac's sons Thomas (plot 123), William (plot 142, shared with William Verrall) and Robert (plot 141¾, shared with William Hudson). According to the 1841 census, Isaac is 75 years old and living with his son Thomas at their house. Note that plot 113 was owned and occupied by Isaac Moore, possibly indicating that this belonged to the father and was perhaps where he lived in earlier times with his wife Ann (nee Kennard) and family. Also living in Thomas's household with Isaac in the 1841 census is 80 year old Ann Richardson, probably an unmarried aunt to Thomas's wife Harriet (nee Richardson).5
On 30 March 1851 Isaac Moore lived at Alciston, Sussex, England, a widower living with his son Isaac and his wife Harriet.2
Isaac Moore was a pauper ag. labourer on 30 March 1851.2
Isaac Moore died on 28 October 1851 at Alciston, Sussex, England, at age 84. Cause of death: debility (not certified). Age 86 years, labourer. Informant: Harriet Moore present at the death, Alciston(Abraham Taylor crossed out).6
Isaac Moore was buried on 3 November 1851 at Alciston, Sussex, England, "87 years."7

Family

Ann Kennard b. 20 May 1770, d. 1836
Marriage*
Isaac Moore married Ann Kennard, daughter of Robert Kennard and Rose Richardson, on 9 December 1788 at Alciston, Sussex, England.3 
Children

Citations

  1. [S23] Index to Sussex Baptisms, 1538 onwards, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, http://www.sfhg.org.uk/, ongoing project,.
  2. [S16] 1851 Census for England "Class: HO107; Piece: 1643; Folio: 687; Page: 12; GSU roll: 193546-193547."
  3. [S24] Index to Sussex Marriages, 1538-1837, Compact Disc SFHGCD003, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, 2008.
  4. [S624] East Sussex Record Office, Tithe Map, 1843, Alciston, Sussex (ESRO: TDE/25/2, now available https://www.TheGenealogist.co.uk/) Plots 113. Schedule of owners and occupiers, etc held at ESRO.
  5. [S624] East Sussex Record Office, Tithe Map, 1843, Alciston, Sussex (ESRO: TDE/25/2, now available https://www.TheGenealogist.co.uk/) Plots 123, 142 and 141¾. Schedule of owners and occupiers, etc held at ESRO.
  6. [S697] Death certificate of Isaac Moore, died 28 Oct 1851, registered 1 Nov 1851 in the Registration District of Lewes, Sussex, England (GRO Index Ref: Vol 7 Page 339).
  7. [S25] Index to Sussex Burials, 1538 onwards, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, http://www.sfhg.org.uk/, ongoing project, "87 years."

Isaac Moore

b. 15 February 1795, d. 1869
FatherIsaac Moore b. 9 Aug 1767, d. 28 Oct 1851
MotherAnn Kennard b. 20 May 1770, d. 1836
Isaac and Harriet Moore's cottage in 1841 at Alciston.
     Isaac Moore was born in 1795 at Alciston, Sussex, England.
Isaac Moore was baptized on 15 February 1795 at Alciston, Sussex, England.1 He was the son of Isaac Moore and Ann Kennard.
Isaac Moore married Harriet Bedwell on 9 April 1825 at Alciston, Sussex, England, Isaac is "of West Firle."2
On 30 March 1851 Isaac Moore and Harriet Bedwell lived at Alciston, Sussex, England, with Isaac's widowed father, Isaac Moore age 83 years.3
Isaac Moore died in 1869 at Alciston, Sussex, England.
Isaac Moore was buried on 7 August 1869 at Alciston, Sussex, England, "74 years."4

Family

Harriet Bedwell b. c 1800
Marriage*
Isaac Moore married Harriet Bedwell on 9 April 1825 at Alciston, Sussex, England, Isaac is "of West Firle."2 

Citations

  1. [S23] Index to Sussex Baptisms, 1538 onwards, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, http://www.sfhg.org.uk/, ongoing project,.
  2. [S24] Index to Sussex Marriages, 1538-1837, Compact Disc SFHGCD003, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, 2008.
  3. [S16] 1851 Census for England "Class: HO107; Piece: 1643; Folio: 687; Page: 12; GSU roll: 193546-193547."
  4. [S25] Index to Sussex Burials, 1538 onwards, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, http://www.sfhg.org.uk/, ongoing project, "74 years."

Isaac Moore

b. 30 August 1744, d. 1816
FatherJames Moore b. c 1710
MotherAnn Onion b. 25 Jul 1708
     Isaac Moore was born in 1744 at Sussex, England.1
Isaac Moore was baptized on 30 August 1744 at West Firle St Peter, West Firle, Sussex, England.2 He was the son of James Moore and Ann Onion.
There is an earlier baptism for an Isaac Moore on 28 Aug 1743 at West Firle, also to James and Ann Moore. There is no burial in the burials index for this child though.
Isaac Moore married Anne Goldsmith, daughter of William Goldsmith and Mary Baker, on 13 March 1767 at Beddingham, Sussex, England, Isaac is "of Ringmer" and Anne is "of this parish."3
Isaac Moore died in 1816 at Beddingham, Sussex, England.
Isaac Moore was buried on 10 June 1816 at Beddingham, Sussex, England, "age 72 years."1

Family

Anne Goldsmith b. 1746, d. 1810
Marriage*
Isaac Moore married Anne Goldsmith, daughter of William Goldsmith and Mary Baker, on 13 March 1767 at Beddingham, Sussex, England, Isaac is "of Ringmer" and Anne is "of this parish."3 
Children

Citations

  1. [S25] Index to Sussex Burials, 1538 onwards, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, http://www.sfhg.org.uk/, ongoing project, ""age 72 years.""
  2. [S23] Index to Sussex Baptisms, 1538 onwards, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, http://www.sfhg.org.uk/, ongoing project,.
  3. [S24] Index to Sussex Marriages, 1538-1837, Compact Disc SFHGCD003, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, 2008.

Isaac Moore

b. 28 August 1743
FatherJames Moore b. c 1710
MotherAnn Onion b. 25 Jul 1708
     Isaac Moore was baptized on 28 August 1743 at West Firle St Peter, West Firle, Sussex, England. He was the son of James Moore and Ann Onion.

James Moore

b. 21 August 1774, d. 1849
FatherIsaac Moore b. 30 Aug 1744, d. 1816
MotherAnne Goldsmith b. 1746, d. 1810
     James Moore was baptized on 21 August 1774 at Beddingham, Sussex, England.1 He was the son of Isaac Moore and Anne Goldsmith.
James Moore and Susannah Bridger obtained a marriage licence on 9 November 1797 at Archdeaconry of Lewes, Sussex, England, James is a "bachelor 21+ labr Westfirle" and Susannah is "18+ of the same parish with consent of father Wm B. labr Glynd."2
James Moore married Susannah Bridger on 10 November 1797 at West Firle, Sussex, England.2
James Moore died in 1849 at Beddingham, Sussex, England.
James Moore was buried on 14 January 1849 at Beddingham, Sussex, England.

Family

Susannah Bridger b. 14 Jun 1778, d. 1857
Marriage License
James Moore and Susannah Bridger obtained a marriage licence on 9 November 1797 at Archdeaconry of Lewes, Sussex, England, James is a "bachelor 21+ labr Westfirle" and Susannah is "18+ of the same parish with consent of father Wm B. labr Glynd."2 
Marriage*
James Moore married Susannah Bridger on 10 November 1797 at West Firle, Sussex, England.2 
Children

Citations

  1. [S23] Index to Sussex Baptisms, 1538 onwards, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, http://www.sfhg.org.uk/, ongoing project,.
  2. [S24] Index to Sussex Marriages, 1538-1837, Compact Disc SFHGCD003, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, 2008.

James Moore

b. circa 1710
     James Moore was born circa 1710 at Sussex, England.
James Moore married Ann Onion, daughter of John Onion and Elizabeth Parker, on 27 September 1731 at St Thomas A'Beckett, Lewes, Sussex, England, James is "of West Firle" and Ann is "of Eastbourne", by licence.1

Family

Ann Onion b. 25 Jul 1708
Marriage*
James Moore married Ann Onion, daughter of John Onion and Elizabeth Parker, on 27 September 1731 at St Thomas A'Beckett, Lewes, Sussex, England, James is "of West Firle" and Ann is "of Eastbourne", by licence.1 
Children

Citations

  1. [S24] Index to Sussex Marriages, 1538-1837, Compact Disc SFHGCD003, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, 2008.

John Moore

b. 5 April 1772
FatherIsaac Moore b. 30 Aug 1744, d. 1816
MotherAnne Goldsmith b. 1746, d. 1810
     John Moore was baptized on 5 April 1772 at Beddingham, Sussex, England.1 He was the son of Isaac Moore and Anne Goldsmith.
John Moore and Barbara Prodger obtained a marriage licence on 1 November 1792 at Archdeaconry of Lewes, Sussex, England, John Moore is "bach 20 labr Arlington with consent of father Isaac M.". Barbara is "15+ of the same parish".
One of the sponsors was Thomas Prodger, labourer of the same parish (her father?).2
John Moore married Barbara Prodger on 2 November 1792 at Arlington, Sussex, England, both of this parish (by licence).2

Family

Barbara Prodger
Marriage License*
John Moore and Barbara Prodger obtained a marriage licence on 1 November 1792 at Archdeaconry of Lewes, Sussex, England, John Moore is "bach 20 labr Arlington with consent of father Isaac M.". Barbara is "15+ of the same parish".
One of the sponsors was Thomas Prodger, labourer of the same parish (her father?).2 
Marriage
John Moore married Barbara Prodger on 2 November 1792 at Arlington, Sussex, England, both of this parish (by licence).2 

Citations

  1. [S23] Index to Sussex Baptisms, 1538 onwards, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, http://www.sfhg.org.uk/, ongoing project,.
  2. [S24] Index to Sussex Marriages, 1538-1837, Compact Disc SFHGCD003, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, 2008.

John Moore

b. 25 November 1733
FatherJames Moore b. c 1710
MotherAnn Onion b. 25 Jul 1708
     John Moore was baptized on 25 November 1733 at West Firle St Peter, West Firle, Sussex, England.1 He was the son of James Moore and Ann Onion.

Citations

  1. [S23] Index to Sussex Baptisms, 1538 onwards, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, http://www.sfhg.org.uk/, ongoing project,.

John Moore

b. 26 March 1834, d. 1876
FatherRichard Moore b. 28 Aug 1801, d. 1862
MotherAnn Taylor b. 12 Apr 1807, d. 1855
     John Moore was baptized on 26 March 1834 at St Andrew, Beddingham, Sussex, England.1 He was the son of Richard Moore and Ann Taylor.
John Moore married Lucy Wilson in 1854 at Lewes, Sussex, England.
John Moore died in 1876 at Lewes, Sussex, England.

Family

Lucy Wilson b. 15 Jun 1834
Marriage*
John Moore married Lucy Wilson in 1854 at Lewes, Sussex, England
Child

Citations

  1. [S23] Index to Sussex Baptisms, 1538 onwards, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, http://www.sfhg.org.uk/, ongoing project,.

John Edgar Moore

b. 26 January 1916, d. October 2000
     John Edgar Moore was born on 26 January 1916 at Brighton, Sussex, England; DOB from GRO Deaths index record.1
John Edgar Moore married Ivy Margaret Daw, daughter of Frederick George Daw and Annie Margaret Griffiths, in 1953 at Brighton, Sussex, England.2
In 1997 John Edgar Moore and Ivy Margaret Daw lived at 35 Newick Road, Brighton, Sussex, England.3
John Edgar Moore was a mechanical engineer (retired) on 18 December 1997.3
John Edgar Moore died in October 2000 at Brighton, Sussex, England, at age 84.4

Family

Ivy Margaret Daw b. 16 Apr 1915, d. 16 Dec 1997
Marriage*
John Edgar Moore married Ivy Margaret Daw, daughter of Frederick George Daw and Annie Margaret Griffiths, in 1953 at Brighton, Sussex, England.2 

Citations

  1. [S142] General Register Office: Indexes to Births, Sep 1837-2006, "Jan-Mar 1916, Brighton, Vol 2b Page 296, mother's maiden name: Pelling."
  2. [S143] General Register Office: Indexes to Marriages, Sep 1837 - 2006, "Oct-Dec 1953, Brighton, Vol 5h Page 237."
  3. [S385] Death certificate of Ivy Margaret Moore, died 16 Dec 1997, registered 18 Dec 1997 in the Registration District of Brighton, Sussex, England (GRO Index Ref: District no: 4521A, Reg no: A56A, Ent no: 108, DOR: 1297).
  4. [S386] Death certificate of John Edgar Moore, died Oct 2000, registered Oct 2000 in the Registration District of Brighton, Sussex, England (GRO Index Ref: District no: 4521A, Reg no: A5B, Ent no: 098, DOR: 1000).

Joseph Moore

b. 24 February 1777
FatherIsaac Moore b. 30 Aug 1744, d. 1816
MotherAnne Goldsmith b. 1746, d. 1810
     Joseph Moore was baptized on 24 February 1777 at St Andrew, Beddingham, Sussex, England.1 He was the son of Isaac Moore and Anne Goldsmith.
Possible marriage 14 Feb 1797 to Sarah Ince Holman at Chiddingly. John is "of Heathfield".2

Citations

  1. [S23] Index to Sussex Baptisms, 1538 onwards, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, http://www.sfhg.org.uk/, ongoing project,.
  2. [S24] Index to Sussex Marriages, 1538-1837, Compact Disc SFHGCD003, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, 2008.

Louisa Moore

b. 16 July 1826
FatherRichard Moore b. 28 Aug 1801, d. 1862
MotherAnn Taylor b. 12 Apr 1807, d. 1855
     Louisa Moore was baptized on 16 July 1826 at St Andrew, Beddingham, Sussex, England.1 She was the daughter of Richard Moore and Ann Taylor.

Citations

  1. [S23] Index to Sussex Baptisms, 1538 onwards, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, http://www.sfhg.org.uk/, ongoing project,.

Mark Moore

b. 11 November 1840
FatherRichard Moore b. 28 Aug 1801, d. 1862
MotherAnn Taylor b. 12 Apr 1807, d. 1855
     Mark Moore was baptized on 11 November 1840 at St Andrew, Beddingham, Sussex, England, twin.1 He was the son of Richard Moore and Ann Taylor.

Citations

  1. [S23] Index to Sussex Baptisms, 1538 onwards, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, http://www.sfhg.org.uk/, ongoing project,.

Martha Moore

b. 13 June 1737
FatherJames Moore b. c 1710
MotherAnn Onion b. 25 Jul 1708
     Martha Moore was baptized on 13 June 1737 at West Firle St Peter, West Firle, Sussex, England.1 She was the daughter of James Moore and Ann Onion.

Citations

  1. [S23] Index to Sussex Baptisms, 1538 onwards, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, http://www.sfhg.org.uk/, ongoing project,.

Mary Ann Moore

b. 2 March 1834, d. 22 March 1872
FatherBenjamin Moore b. 4 Dec 1787, d. 1858
MotherJudith Spurland b. c 1800, d. 6 Dec 1871
     Mary Ann Moore was baptized on 2 March 1834 at Beddingham, Sussex, England. She was the daughter of Benjamin Moore and Judith Spurland.
Mary Ann Moore married Stephen Moore, son of Richard Moore and Ann Taylor, on 25 October 1853 at Beddingham, Sussex, England.
Mary Ann Moore died on 22 March 1872 at Tarring Neville, Sussex, England, at age 38.
Mary Ann Moore was buried on 29 March 1872 at Tarring Neville, Sussex, England.

Family

Stephen Moore b. 29 Aug 1830, d. 9 Feb 1891
Marriage*
Mary Ann Moore married Stephen Moore, son of Richard Moore and Ann Taylor, on 25 October 1853 at Beddingham, Sussex, England
Child

Matthew Moore

b. 11 November 1840
FatherRichard Moore b. 28 Aug 1801, d. 1862
MotherAnn Taylor b. 12 Apr 1807, d. 1855
     Matthew Moore was baptized on 11 November 1840 at St Andrew, Beddingham, Sussex, England, twin.1 He was the son of Richard Moore and Ann Taylor.

Citations

  1. [S23] Index to Sussex Baptisms, 1538 onwards, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, http://www.sfhg.org.uk/, ongoing project,.