Thomas Moore married Miriam Ridgway.   
1738 On May 17, Joseph Moore, son of Benjamin Moore of Evesham, and Patience Woolman in Northampton Twp, Burlington County. Witnessed by Thomas More and others. 
1738 Thomas Moore, perhaps this one, was constable in Chester Twp, Burlington County. 
1745 On 15 April, Thomas Moore (farmer), perhaps this one, was a freeholder in Northampton Township, Burlington County, New Jersey. 
"Thomas Moore was a farmer. He served in various capacities as an official for Northampton Twp and Bridgetown. He was an overseer for the poor, surveyor of Highways, and a freeholder." 
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 Richard Haines, Ancestry of the Haines, Sharp, Collins, Wills, Gardiner, Prickett, Eves, Evans, Moore, Troth, Borton, and Engle Families (1902), 380-81, [InternetArchive], [HathiTrust].
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