[date unknown] in Hoosic, New York
Died [date unknown] [location unknown]
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- User ID: 370D7178D3FA8541B7166452E3712E814696
- Note: DAR ID #18765: Descendant of Capt. David Moore, Edward Dyer, and Henry Dyer.
- Source: #S92
- Page: vol.19:277
- Source S92
- Title: Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Books
- Author: The Society, Washington, District of Columbia, Dc, 1896-1921
- Publication: Harrisburg, Pa. Harrisburg Pub. Co. 166 Volumes
- Abbreviation: Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Books
- Note: Source Media Type: Book
- Master Listing Source: Y
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