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MOORE & OLIVER

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Joseph Tite Moore b. 1835 Northamptonshire & Mary Ann Oliver b. 1835 Wistow, Yorks.
Marriages Sep Qtr 1858 Leicester 7a 269
MOORE Joseph Tite & OLIVER Mary

Son William Frederick Oliver Moore b. 1860-1864. Not found ?

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MOORE, ELIZABETH - OLIVER
GRO Reference: 1858 M Quarter in BIRMINGHAM Volume 06D Page 166

MOORE, MARY MATILDA - OLIVER
GRO Reference: 1871 J Quarter in WEST HAM UNION Volume 04A Page 10

MOORE, THOMAS HENRY - OLIVER
GRO Reference: 1873 S Quarter in WEST HAM UNION Volume 04A Page 11

NZ Birth 1876/4916 Moore Ada Theresa - Mary Ann - Joseph Tite

Mrs Joseph Moore, Miss Elizabeth, William 9, Mary 5, Thomas 3, & Ada infant from Auckland arrived 3 Dec 1877 Sydney on ship 'Hero'

No other births in the NZ index.

Looking for the family in 1861 and 1871, thanks.
 
I don't know if they are the right births.

I can't find the family in 1861.
 
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Joseph Moore & Elizabeth Jones.

1841
HO107 Piece/Book 806/11 Folio 13 Page 19
Civil Parish: Floore
Hundred: Nobottle Grove
County: Northamptonshire
Registration District: Daventry
Sub-RD: Weedon
ED: 6
Address: Home Field House
Joseph Moore 25 M.S. Y
Elizabeth Moore 20 F.S. Y
Joseph 6 Y

A tree has the following children but I can't find birth reg to match.

William S b. 1843 Hambleton, Yorks
Elizabeth b. 1846 Wistow, Yorks
George b. 1848 Wistow, Yorks.

1851 ?
 
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MOORE, WILLIAM - JONES
GRO Reference: 1842 J Quarter in DAVENTRY UNION Volume 15 Page 243

MOORE, SARAH ANN - JONES
GRO Reference: 1845 S Quarter in DAVENTRY UNION Volume 15 Page 249

MOORE, MARY ELIZABETH - JONES
GRO Reference: 1849 M Quarter in DAVENTRY Volume 15 Page 280
 
I think the tree I found can be discarded. It lists children born 20 years after their mother died with children spread over a 45-year period.
 
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