|Battle:||Battle of Worcester in Worcester, Worcestershire, England|
|Ship/Arrival:||John & Sara, May 1652|
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Published: 18 Mar 2020
Researcher: Teresa Rust
Editor: Teresa Rust
Morre, John, (1).1
Similar names on list:
Morre, John, #1.
Morre, John, #2. 1
First Generation in the New World
1. JOHN MORRE, was born in Scotland.
So far I am unable to determine where this John Morre went after the John and Sara.
SOURCES and NOTES:
A John MOORE is in Virginia in 1652. It appears his indenture was sold to a Mr. James Warradine.
“John and An Smith, Nov. 16, 1654. MR” in Sudbury, MA Was in Sudbury as early as 1642.
The Richard More/Mower of Lynn, MA (BELOW) was in Lynn by 1642 when he married Alice. He is the father of John More/Mower who married Susanna below. They were in Lynn too early to be SPOW.
“John More of Lyn” “Mary the daughter of John More & of Susanna his wife was born the 5th of December 1689…John More departed this life the 22 Day of Oct 1694.”2
There is a Richard More in Lynn, MA in 1662. His first waife was ALICE (_____) and he was the father of John More of Lyn. He married Elizabeth Wildes.[efn__note]Vital Records of Lynn, MA))
Lynn, MA Vital Records, BIRTHS:
Dorythy, d. George, 8: 11m: 1658. CTR
MOORE (Moor, More)
Anna N., d. William, cordwainer, June 10, 1845.
Ebenezer, s. Samuell and Joanna, Apr. 11, 1695.
Emeline Blake, d. William, cordwainer, and Mary, Jan. 10, 1848.
Georgiana, d. Thomas, mariner, Aug. 11, 1843.
John, s. John and Susanah, Feb. 10, 1678.
John, s. John and Susanah, May 23, 1687.
Mary, d. Samuel, “beginning of” June, 1676 CTR
Mary, d. John and Susanah, Dec. 5, 1689.
Mary Salina, d. Abner S., shoe manufacturer, and Susan, Mar. 28, 1845.
Rebecka, d. Samuell, Sept. 6, 1677.
Richard, s. John and Susanah, Feb. 26, 1675.
Richard, s. John and Susanah, Aug. 22, 1680.
Sally Harriet, “the orphan charge of” Sally, “resident of Lynn,” bp. June 8, 1826. CR5
Susan Caroline, d. Abner S., shoe manufacturer, and Susan, May 15, 1847.
Susanah, d. John and Susanah, Mar. 4, 1684-5.
Thomas, s. John and Susanah, Apr. 20, 1674.
Thomas E., s. Thomas, cordwainer, and Charlotte, Dec. 17, 1845.
DEATHS, Vital Records of Lynn, MA 3:
Joanna, d. Sarnuell and Joanna, June ––, 1676.
Samuell, sr., Nov. 22, 1694.
MOORE (Mooers, Moor, Mower)
–––––, d. Thomas, quinsy, May 29, 1844, a. 2 y. 4 m.
Alce, w. Richard, May 29, 1661. CTR
Charles W., s. William, scarlet fever, Mar. 23, 1849, a. 7 y.
Francis [“One of the Revolutionary patriots who, undisguised, assisted in throwing the tea into Boston harbor. He was a baker at Cambridge and supplied the Army, while encamped in the vicinity, with bread, at a great personal sacrifice. ” GR9], Aug. 7, 1833, a. 93 y.
John, s. John and Susanah, Oct. 24, 1688.
John, Oct. 22, 1694.
Mary, d. Samuell, June ––, 1676. CTR
[Phebe, w. Francis. CR9], May 5, 1838. [a. 83 y. GR9]
Rebecka, d. Samuell, Oct. 14, 1677.
Richard, father of John, “first of” Jan., 1688-9.
- “Scotch Prisoners Sent to Massachusetts in 1652, By Order of the English Government”Vital Records from The NEHGS Register. Online database. AmericanAncestors.org. New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2014. (Compiled from articles originally published in The New England Historical and Genealogical Register.) https://www.americanancestors.org/DB522/rd/21065/379/1425475638 [↩] [↩]
- Essex County, MA: Probate File Papers, 1638-1881.Online database. AmericanAncestors.org. New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2014. (From records supplied by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Archives.) https://www.americanancestors.org/DB515/i/13788/18663-co14/30415054 [↩]
- https://ma-vitalrecords.org/MA/Essex/Lynn/aDeathsM.shtml [↩]