Biography of Alfred Moore
Erie County, NY Biographies

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Moore, Alfred, East Hamburg, p. o. Orchard Park, was born in the town of Old Hamburg, N. Y., March 7, 1825; he was educated in the district schools and by occupation is a farmer. July 3. 1847, he married Louise M. Baker, and they had four children: Cyrenus F. (who died at the age of two years), Ella A., Mary A. and Frances L. Ella A. married Charles H. Willett and resides in Buffalo; Mary A. married Emmett McGrady, and they have one son, Ray M.; Frances L. married Horace Smith of Buffalo, and they have three children, Harry M., Alice and Clifford. Mr. Moore was a lieutenant in Co. B, 10th Cavalry, and was honorably discharged in 1861. His father, Reuben Moore, was born in Saratoga county, N. Y., in 1792, and came to Erie county with his parents when he was sixteen years old. He married Sarah Ferris of Cherry Valley, Otsego county, N. Y., and they had ten children: Alfred (as above), James, Bradford, Janett, Guilford, Eliza, Hannah, Jane, Margaret and Maria, of whom five are now living. Mr. Moore died in 1862 and his wife in 1842. Mrs. Moore's father, Stephen Baker, was born in Essex county, Mass., in 1802, and came to Erie county with his parents when four years old. He married Mercy Sprague, and they had eight children: Louise M. (as above)., Jarard A., Franklin S., Susan, Sarah A., Amos D., William H. and Cyrus M. Mr. Baker died May 31, 1896, and his wife in 1876. The Moore family served in the Revolutionary war and the war of 1812.


Source:
Our County and its people
A descriptive work on Erie County, New York
Edited by: Truman C. White
The Boston History Company, Publishes 1898

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