||Daniel Moore settled in the Southern Colonies in North America prior to incorporation into the USA.|
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Daniel Moore was born in Sterling, Loudoun, Virginia in 1760. He was the son of Maj William Daniel Moore (1750-1800) and Mary Throckmorton Moore (1756-). He Deborah Poling (1771 - 1842).
Most people on ancestry say that Danuel's mom's name was Rachel Stone. After much research on the Internet, we find that this William Daniel Moore and Rachel Stone are from North Carolina and buried there, so this would be the wrong parents. The Maj. William Daniel Moore on our ancestry shows he was born in Prince George County, VA (3 hours from Loudoun, VA). Mary Throckmorton Moore was born at Culpepper County (1 hr and 20 min. from Sterling). Many ancestry web sites show that Maj. William Daniel Moore was married to Mary Throckmorton Moore.
Daniel Moore married Deborah Poling 1770-1842 at Randolph County, VA (later became WV). Deborah was the daughter of Martin Poling (1748-1819) and Rachel Poling (1750-1809).
Daniel and Deborah Moore had 10 children:
William (1789-1856) married Rachel Phillips (1792-1826), and they had 6 children. After Rachel's death, William married Catherine Burton (1803-1860, and this couple had 9 children.
Daniel (1791-1855) married Sarah Bums, and they had 5 children.
Richard married Mary Agnes Phillips, and they had 5 children.
Joseph (1791-1847) married Mary Ann Cross (1791-), and they had 9 children.
Rachel (1794-1870) married Benjamin Helms (1787-1870), and they had 3 children.
Mary Moore (1798-1842) married Cross, and they had 6 children.
Samuel (1801-1847) married Elizabeth Wright (1799-1868), and they had 7 children.
Deborah Ann (1804-1850) married Barton Howerton Cross (1801-1882), and this couple had 14 children.
Daniel and Deborah Moore had at least 64 grandchildren.
1820 USA census showed that Daniel along with 5 other people were living at Beverly, Randolph County, VA (now WV).
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On 17 Nov 2014 at 20:42 GMT Brian (Phillips) Ward wrote: