The Moores originally came from Ireland, relocated to Canada, and eventually the three brothers Moore settled in New Hampshire to start their own families and a good life in the United States.Laura, their sister remained in Canada.
The historical documentation was obtained from Diane (LeHoullier)Moore, wife of Richard Moore, whose father was Armand Moore....Diane was able to trace the Moore's from London to Canada and 6 generations before the family moved to Sanbornville NH in 1902. Diane's research and her report was extensively used in the celebration of Sister Laura Moore's 50th Year Golden Jubilee as a Catholic Nun and was presented as part of the celebration at the Mount Saint Joseph School in Fall River Massachusetts where she was the Mother Superior.
Additional information that won't be found in public records was obtained from Laura (Moore) Maloney, wife of Armand Moore (Now 90 Yrs old), Mary Moore, Leonel's daughter, and Laurette (Moore)Fisher,and George Moore, Eugene's children.
The Internet was used to research the Moores' in Ireland which has many different spellings such as More, O'Mora, O'More, O'Moore and finally anglicized as Moore.
All the details and photos were organized for this website by George, son of Eugene and presented in a report which was given to fifteen family members present at a reunion held October 17, 2004 in South Berwick Me.Many in attendance had not seen each other in fifty years or more.(Too bad this wasn't done sooner)
I would like to personally thank each and everyone who contributed information and photos in making our story known.Should any errors on this homepage be found, or if you have obtained additional information, please submit them to me for inclusion or correction.