Is Elizabeth Moore, who married John Collins, the same person as Elizabeth Moore, daughter of Benjamin Moore?
1738 On May 17, Joseph Moore, son of Benjamin Moore of Evesham, and Patience Woolman were married in Northampton Twp, Burlington County. Witnessed by Elizabeth More Junior and others. 
1737 On 27 February, John Collins and Elizabeth Moore were married at Burlington   Then who was the Elizabeth More Jr who witnessed her brother's wedding in 1738?
Elizabeth Moore, daughter of Benjamin Moore and Sarah Stokes, married John Collins (third wife). John Collins was the son of Francis Collins.     
1761 John Collins died. 
1760 On May 23, John Collins dated his will in Evesham, Burlington County, New Jersey. named son Joseph Collins and the legacy given to his mother by his grandfather, Samuel Kimble. 
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