AMERICA THE GREAT MELTING POT
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1st: Ruth Stanley
2nd: Dorothy Smith
1. Ruth Moore
2. Elizabeth Moore
3. Sarah Moore
4. Phebe Moore
5. Mary Moore
One Basset Family in America Buell Burdett Bassette, 1988
1635 Apr. 15 "Isack youth of thirteen years, is a passenger on the Increase, sailing from London for Boston. Authorities concede this youth to be the Isaac Moore who later appeared in Hartford and then as Deacon Moore in Farmington. Nothing seems to have come to light as to his whereabouts during the ten years following his arrival in Boston; but this may be ascribed to his youth and it is evident that he behaved himself well and made himself worthy of the bride who was the first to bring him into the light in America. The record of the marriage following is the first New World entry of him so far as known.
There is a record at Farmington, a deed of partition between the heirs
of Samuel Hayes, John Norton, William Lewis, and John Hart, ":all being
grandchildren of Deacon Isaac Moore."
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