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from Patriots of Dorchester County, MD 1775-1783. Henry C. Peden, Jr., Family Line Publications Westminster Md. 1998

MOORE, Charles. Private, 2nd Maryland Line, Capt. John Eccieston’s Company, 1778 [ D-293]. Rendered material aid by supplying wheat for the use of the military on August 12, 1782, as verified by Robertson Stevens, Commissary [ 0-23]. Charles Moore married Alethe Henry by license dated April 17, 1781 [ DD-61].

MOORE, Jeremiah. Rendered material aid by supplying wheat for the use of the military on August 12, 1782, as verified by Robertson Stevens, Commissary [ 0-23].

MOORE, John. Subscribed to the Oath of Allegiance and Fidelity in 1778 [ K-31].

MOORE, Margaret. See “Hugh Maguire,” q.v.

MOORE, Mary. See “Stanaway Andrews” and “Thomas Moore,” q.v.

MOORE, Rachel. See “John Insley,” q.v.

MOORE, Reuben (c1760 - March 12, 1826). Private, 2nd Maryland Line, Capt. John Eccleston’s Company, enlisted December 27, 1777 and in service through 1780 [ D-139, D-293, E-34]. On March 9, 1827 the Treasurer of Maryland was directed to pay to Mary Moore of Dorchester County, during life, half yearly, half pay of a private for her husband Reuben Moore’s services during the Revolutionary War [ X-376]. He applied for a pension (S35005) on October 26, 1818, aged about 66, but in 1820 he gave his age as 60, at which time he had a wife Polly (aged about 48) and daughters Betsey (aged 30), Sophia (aged 22), Keziah (aged 19), and Ann (aged 17). His federal pension of $96 a year commenced on March 18, 1819, retroactive to October 26, 1818, and he died on March 12, 1826, age 66 [ W• 2406, Y-35].

MOORE, Thomas. Private in Capt. John Todd’s Militia Company who had voted by ballot (made his “X” mark) to commission John Todd as captain of the company on September 11, 1776 [ M-166]. Rendered material aid by supplying wheat for the use of the military on August 12, 1782, as verified by Robertson Stevens, Commissary [ 0-23]. One “Thomas Moor” was head of household in Nantacoake Hundred in 1776, aged between 21 and 30, which census noted “lived in Somerset.” [ AA-41]. One Thomas Moore married Mary Moore by license dated June 30, 1758 and a Thomas Moore married Ann Trice by license dated January 3, 1792 [ DD-61, MM-160].

MOORE, William. Priyate in Capt. Thomas Bourk’s Company, Battalion of Maryland Troops in the Flying Camp commanded by Col. William Richardson, from July 26, 1776 to at least November 10, 1776 [ EE-215, D-70, T-52].

MOORE, William. Private in Capt. Thomas Bourk’s Company, Battalion of Maryland Troops in the Flying Camp commanded by Col. William Richardson, from August 21, 1776 to at least October 29, 1776 [ EE-215, D-70, T-35].

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