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Old 28-10-12, 06:27
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Default William Moore 1801-1851 Surrey x MMFFFM

William Moore
baptism unknown, parents unknown
birthplace and date from 1851 census suggests 1801, East Horsley, Surrey

marriage to Mary Remnant
25 Apr 1825 Ockham, Surrey
[not definite about this, but Ockham is close to East Horsley and Cobham so would fit]

children
Eliza 1825
John 1828
William 1832
Edmund 1833
James 1835
George 1838
Caroline B & d 1840
Emma 1841

1841 not found although Mary is with the children in Effingham, Surrey

1851 census
William Moore, age 50 born East Horsley, Surrey is an ag lab in Cobham, Surrey

1861
William, 64, is ag lab living in Cobham with his son Edmund & family

died 1876 - death cert not yet obtained.

Burial unknown

link to 3 x ggm: http://www.genealogistsforum.co.uk/f...ht=eliza+moore
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There is a William Moore (cordwainer)aged 35 in Josephs Lane, Stoke Next Guildford, Surrey in 1841. Also living at the address are Mary (40), William (9) and James (3). All born in county.
http://search.ancestry.co.uk/iexec?h...=&pid=10451214

Just found a marriage for a William Moore to Mary Ann Bullen on 4 July 1830 in Merrow, near Guildford so possibly this is the William in the above census.
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How sure are you of William's death in 1851?

I have found a widowed William Moore, aged 64, born in Horsley, in the 1861 census in Cobham listed as father. Head of household is Edmund Moore (26) & both are Ag Labs.
http://search.ancestry.co.uk/iexec?h...c=&pid=6724734
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A death of a William Moore aged 76 in Epsom reg dist in Dec qtr 1875. Vol 2a, page 17.
Although this could be the other William in #2 of course.
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Hi Sue

I've just got back from a trip to my Mum's and have only just seen your posts. Many thanks, I'll look into the information you've provided when I've caught up with the washing!
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Hi Sue

I've had a look now and think what you've found is great. I got an 1851 death from the indexes but of course it didn't give age and its a common name (I've got a William Moore in my family tree too!)

Many thanks again for your time and trouble. Nell xx
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