John died unmarried.   
1726 The administration of the estate of John Moore of Burlington County was dated 26 March 1726 with bond posted by his father Benjamin Moore, administrator. William Newbury, fellow-bondsman, both of Evesham Twp. Inventory 28 March 1726 included debts due from William Rogers and Thomas Stokes. Final inventory 27 Feb 1726-27 had value £17.12.3 and included silver buckles, britches buttons, shirt buttons, and shirt buckles with debts due by William Newbury, William Rogers, and Thomas Stokes. 
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