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MOORE, George Of Woolavington[1]

Male Bef 1674 - Aft 1705  (~ 32 )


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  • Name MOORE, George 
    Suffix Of Woolavington 
    Born Bef 1674 
    Gender Male 
    Property Aft 1700  Woolavington, Somerset, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [1, 2
    (leased) land that had been in his family since 1587 

    • WOOLAVINGTON
      The capital messuage with c. 60 a. had been let to the Moore family by 1587 and it was bought by John Moore in 1703. (fn. 6) It descended to George Moore whose only child Mary left a daughter and heir Mary Smith who in 1752 mortgaged the farm to John Evered. The estate may have been forfeited as John Evered was in possession in 1767 and his family owned it until 1842 or later. The house was described in 1612 as ancient, 'something decayed', and had a herb garden. It was known as Everett's farm in 1885 and Elm Farm in the 20th century when it was divided. It is now known as Ash Cottage and Elm Tree Farm.
    Died Aft 1705 
    Person ID I57579  Gean~ealogy Tree
    Last Modified 10 Mar 2008 

    Family JEANES, Mary,   b. 1674, Middlezoy, Somerset, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1705  (Age 32 ) 
    Married Bef 1705  [1
    Last Modified 10 Mar 2008 
    Family ID F22218  Group Sheet

  • Sources 
    1. [S358] Jeanes of England, Newman, Renee.

    2. [S376] A History of the County of Somerset: Volume 8.