I found this on Find-A-Grave.BUT, given the dates, I'd say this would require some additional indepth research.
Lady Rebecca Axtell Moore [Daughter of Daniel Axtell & Rebecca Holland] b. 1665 England d. 1749 Chester County, Pennsylvania Saint Peters Church in the Great Valley Malvern, Chester County, Pennsylvania
Sir John Moore b. Jul. 21, 1659 London, England d. Dec. 2, 1732 Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania Christ Episcopal Church and Churchyard Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania
Hon. John Moore, Esq., Barister-at-Law, (1658 Eng - 1732 Philadelphia), of Philadelphia, PA.Colonist in 1680, Secretary of the Province of Carolina, June 21, 1682, Receiver Gen. and Escheator Gen. of same, Sept 29, 1683; Deputy to Lord Proprietor and Count Palatine, June 3, 1684, thus being a member of the Governor's Grand Council.
Married say 1685 to Lady Rebecca, (c.1665-1749), daughter of Landgrave Daniel Axtell and Rebecca Holland, his wife.
Hon John Moore moved from Charleston, South Carolina, to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, about 1693, in which colony he held many offices including: Crown Advocate and Deputy Judge of the Court of Vice Admiralty, Attorney General, Registrar General and Collector of Customs.
John Moore is buried in the middle aisle of Christ Church in Philadelphia, opposite his pew in the main aisle, in front of the pulpit.
John Moore was a vestryman and founding member of Christ Church, Philadelphia.
Rebecca and John were the parents of:
John/1686-1749 NY Charles/c.1688-1712 PA Thomas I/1689-1769 Eng. Rebecca/1691- Wales Robert/ c.1794- Mary/c. 1697 William/c.1699-1783 Daniel/c.1701-c.1773 Eng. Richard/c.1709-1738 Jamaica, W.I. Somerset/1711-1712 PA