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Genealogy and History of the Family MORE/MOORE

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CD Contents
  
3 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
1.  Rev. John Moore of Newtown, Long Island, and some of his descendants Easton, Pa.: Printed for the publisher by the Chemical Pub., Author: James W. Moore, 1903, 569  pgs.
2.  Moore and allied families : the ancestry of William Henry Moore: Author: Louis Effingham De Forest, New York: De Forest Pub., 1938, 763  pgs.
CONTENTS - allied families. George Allen, William Allen, Alvord, Ayer, first line, Ayer, second line, Backus, Bacon, Baldwin, Bartlett, Beckwith, Botsford, Bourne, first line, Bourne, second line, Bradley, Brewster, Browne, Camp, Case, Churchill, Clarke, Collier, Cornish, Curtis, first line, Curtis, second line, Denison, Dingley, Doane, Faunce, Thomas Ford, William Ford, Goodale, Goodwin, Hall, Harrison, Hicks, Hill, Holmes, Hughes,  Hutchins, Kingsbury, Lyman, Marsh, Miller, Moore, Morton, Newton, Nichols, Pitkin, Pontus, Powell, Pratt, Pritchard, Rees, Sanford, Seabrook, Sherwood, Snow, first line, Snow, second line, Spencer, Spoor, Thompson, Tibbals, Tracy, Treat, first line, Treat, second line,  Tuller, Tuttle, Vore, Warren, first line, Warren, second line, Waterman, Watts, Webster, first line,  Webster, second line, Weller, Wetmore, Wilkinson, Winslow, Wolcott, Civil and military service, Eligibility to hereditary and patriotic societies, Index of persons
3.  History of the More family and an account of their reunion in 1890: Author:  David Fellows More, Binghamton, N.Y.: Samuel P. More, 1893, 506  pgs.

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