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Thomas Moore Revolutionary War Pension, page 7

1840 witness statement of neighbor Joicy Storer, who knew Thomas and Sarah Moore since they moved to Campbell from Chesterfield in the fall of 1788. They had one child at the time, presumably Thomas Jr who would have been 8 years old.

The 1820 census shows Bartlett Storer living a few doors from the Moore family. Bartlett was the son of Edward and Joicy Storer. The 1810 census shows Edward living a few doors from the Moore family. Records show the families were neighbors for 55 years.


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