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Notes for Hannah Moore Lake

The Family of Elisha Moore & Esther Hopper

abt 1824 - Hannah Moore born

1830 census Veteran, Chemung Co., NY
Elisha Moore
1 male 40-49 (Elisha, age 47)
1 male 15-19 (Asa, age 18)
1 male 5-9 (Cornelius, age 7)
1 female 40-49 (Esther, age 45)
2 females 20-29 (Dolly, age 22 & Mary Ann, age 20)
1 female 15-19 (Unknown daughter #1 age 10-17 & 2 others??)
2 females 10-14 (See above - Is one Lucinda, age 8?)
1 female 5-9 (Hannah, age 5)
1 female under 5 (Philena, age 3)

1840 census Veteran, Chemung Co., NY
1 male 50-59 (Elisha, age 57)
1 male 30-39 (Is this Dolly, age 32?)
1 male 15-19 (Cornelius, age 17)
1 female 50-59 (Esther, age 55)
2 females 20-29 (Unknown daughter #1 age 20-29 & ??)
2 females 15-19 (Lucinda, age 18 & Hannah, age 15)
1 female 10-14 (Philena, age 13)
Where is daughter Dolly, age 32? Asa, age 28 is head of a separate household in Veteran.

1850 census Veteran, Chemung Co., NY
#1785
Rockwell Moore, age 44, Farmer, b. PA
Jane, age 45, b. NY
Elisha, age 14, b. NY
Harriet, age 10, b. NY
James, age 8, b. NY
Eli, age 4, b. NY
Russell Wilberg, age 24, Farmer, b. NY
Can't read (blank?)
Esther, age 20, b. NY
Susan Case, age 15, b. NY
Merritte, male, age 11, b. NY
#1786
Asa Moore, age 38, Farmer
Elisha, age 67, Farmer, b. NY
Esther, age 65, b. NY
Dowly, female, age 42, b. PA
Hannah, age 25, b. NY
Esther, age 71, b. NY

May 09, 1860 - father Elisha Moore died in probably Veteran, Chemung Co., NY

1860 census Veteran, Chemung Co., NY
#1331/1333
Asa Moore, age 48, laborer, b. NY
Esther Moore, age 71 (should be 77), b. NY
Polly Moore, age 51, b. NY (Probably Dolly Moore)

AND

1860 census Leroy, Bradford Co., PA
#988/911
E. P. Lake, age 48, Farmer, b. PA
Mary, age 36, b. PA (First wife Mary Bixby)
Judson, age 14, b. PA
Amos D., age 7, b. PA
Where is Hannah Moore who later married Isaac Lake?

April 06, 1865 - mother Esther Hopper Moore died in probably Veteran, Chemung Co., NY

1870 census Leroy, Bradford Co., PA
#119
I. B. Lake, age 58, Clergyman, b. PA
Hannah, age 46, keeping house, b. NY
E. M., male, age 6, b. PA

1880 census Canton, Bradford Co., PA
#61/64
Hannah M. Lake, age 56, widowed, keeping house, NY/NY/NY
Elisha, son, age 16, attending school, PA/NY/NY

Is this her?
1900 census Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY
Hannah M. Lake, boarder, January 1824, age 76, widowed, 5 births, 0 surviving, NY/NY/NY, no occupation listed
In household of Mary A. Anderson, age 63, b. PA

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ID: I79956796
Name: Isaac LAKE
Given Name: Isaac
Surname: LAKE
Sex: M
Birth: Sep 1811
Death: 3 Apr 1872
Change Date: 16 Jun 2000

Father: David LAKE b: 14 Jul 1766
Mother: Anna STURDEVANT b: 12 Jul 1769
Marriage 1 Hannah MOORE
Note: _STATMARRIED

Marriage 2 Mary BIXBY
Note: _STATMARRIED


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From Joyce Tice's Tri-county website
Bradford Reporter Articles 1884 - 1885- South Creek Township

The first settler made South Creek his home before 1804, but the date of his coming to the township is not known, and to fix any would be mere conjecture. Among the very earliest settlers were Jesse Moore, Hosea Baker, Gideon Andrus, Ezekiel Baker, Isaac Baker, John Morrison, Samuel Pettingill, Solomon Bovier, John Pitt, Joseph Chase, Benjamin Seeley, ---- Potter, Aaron Stiles, and James Van Kuren.

Jesse Moore located on the place where William Dean now resides, about one-half a mile south of Gilletts, on the farm now owned by Arnot and Webber, of Elmira, in 1804. He came from Orange County, N.Y., and cut his own “sled road” in from Southport. Locating, as above referred to, he at once began “tussling with the huge pines in the valley, and prepared for life in the new country. Soon after coming to the township, he picked out a mill-site on the west branch of South Creek, built a dam, and erected a log grist mill with a run of one stone. This was only a few rods from where the residence of Mr. G.F. Vernier now is, and was the first mill in the township.

Mr. Moore died in 1844 upon the place he had settled and improved; Mrs. Moore died in 1855. Jesse Moore succeeded his father upon the place, and died there in 1872; his brother, Elisha Moore, lived on the Fassett place; his daughter, Hannah, married Elder Isaac Lake, and is now living near LeRoy. Asa Moore married Mercy Bentley, whose father was a resident contemporary with the Moores.