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Re: Looking for document proof on Quaker Moon line
Posted by: Ronda Reno (ID *****6031) Date: February 25, 2011 at 20:12:09
In Reply to: Looking for document proof on Quaker Moon line by Ronda Reno of 4759

Last proof positive documents I have for my family.Are


Joseph P Moon
16 October 1796,Columbia Co Ga
30 May 1893,Walton Co,Loganville Ga
Buried at the Original Moon Home place,Still in family holdings.

Married first Martha Jones
Married Second-Edith Hutson,There is some doubt as to the spelling of her maiden name Hutchison,Hutchson,Hutson.

Joseph Moon is the Son of:

John Moon
4 August 1717,Fallsington,Bucks Co Pa.
1792,Coleridge,Randolph Co N.C
dates are open for discussion,No concrete proof of his exact dates.His wife is even more so.The know it alls As I like to refer them to think that He married one

Mary Farmer
27 October 1723,Deep River,Randolph Co NC
6 February 1791,Unknown place in Randolph Co NC.
ater Mary's passing he supposedly married some unknown,And managed to produce 7 children within a year before he died in 1792.Which is completely unfounded & impossiable.


John Moon is the Son of:

Then follows the James Moon I am searching for

James Moon
January 1668,Bristol,Gloucestershire England
6 April 1755,Falls,Bucks Co Pa

Have no proof of what ship he came over on or if these are the actual correct birth dates.Most of the men I can document but not the wives.

James Moon 1668-1755 is the Son of:
James MoonI
23 August 1639,Bristol,Avol England-undocumented
July 1713,Falls Bucks Co Pa

Married Joan Burgess,daughter of Samuel Burgess known Quaker & also a friend of William Penns.There is also a homeplace in Fallsington,Bucks Co Pa called the Williamson-Moon Home James Moon built the home 1682,Samuel Burgess the father of Joan Burgess built a home in Fallsington in 1758,He also gave the 6 acres of land for the Falls Monthly Meeting of Friends in 1690.And this is where William Penn preached when in residence.All this is proof positive and confirmed.I just want to find the ship that they sailed to America on and find hopefully a manifest or some sort of record for proof,

Thi is a deed

BucksCo,PA Deed Bk,B-1 pp-101-102

.        Deed: John Webster to Samuel Burgess, 1696        To all people before whom these presents shall come whereas there is a certain tract of land situate lying and being in the county of Bucks and Province of Pennsylvania Beginning at a corner post of William Duncans land thence west by the same four hundred and sixty perches thence north fifty two perches thence east by Gilbert Wheelers land three hundred & sixty perches thence north sixty three degrees easterly one hundred perches thence south ninety-two perches to the place of beginning Containing one hundred & fifty five acres of land and was granted by a warrant from Hie Commissioners of William Penn proprietarie and Governor bearing date the 11th day of February 1692/3 and laid out by the Surveyor Generals order the thirteenth day of the said month and year unto John Webster of the aforesaid county and province husbandman and confirmed by patent from the Commissioners aforesaid dated the twenty-fourth day of March in the aforesaid year 1692/3 unto th aforesaid John Webster Now Know Yee that for and in consideration of the sum of thirty pounds current silver money of the aforesaid province in hand paid and secured to be paid and other valuable causes and considerations to him to be done and performed by Samuel Burgess junior of the aforesaid county and province laborer he the said John Webster hath given granted aliened bargained sole enfeoffed and confirmed and by these presents doth fully freely and absolutely give grant alien bargain sell enfeoff and confirm unto him the said Samuel Burgess his heirs and assigns all the before mentioned tract of land except the houseing half of the clear land - some what more than half the orchard and the land on that side of the clear land that lyeth between the aforesaid Duncans land and the Kings road that leads from the Falls to Southampton and pasturage and feeding for his cattle and liberty of getting for his own use to be used upon the premises free wood fence wood and building timber in any part of the said lands with free egress and iegress in to and out of any part of the said lands except such part as the said Samuel Burgess shall find cleare and improve and hereby to him granted and all the estate right title interest use posession propertie claim and demand whatsoever of him the said John Webster of in and to use said land be it more or less except as before excepted with the reversions and reversions rents issues and profits thereof To have and to hold the before mentioned tract of land and premises with the appurtenances be it more or less except as before excepted to him the said Samuel Burgess his heirs and assigns forever Under the yearly quit rents due and to become due to the said proprietarie and his heirs and successors And these presents further witnesseth that the said John Webster for the causes and considerations before expressed by these presents doth give grant alien bargain sell enfeoff and confirm unto the said Samuel Burgess his heirs and assigns all that land with those privileges and advantages before excepted viz: the housing half the clear lands the orcharding and the land that lyeth between Duncans lands and the roads and the pasturage and fencing and the fire wood fence wood and timber as aforesaid to be held and enjoyed with the premises and appurtenances and at the rents profits improvements and advantages made or thereon to be made to the only use and behoof of the said John Webster during his natural life and after the decease of the said John Webster and from thenceforth all the estate right title interest use posession property claim and demand whatsoever of the said John Webster his heirs executors administrators or assigns of in and to the said one hundred fifty five acres of land be it more or less with the premises and appurtenances and every part and parcel of the same together with the aforesaid patent and all other ___ings concerning the same from and after the decease of the said John Webster to him the said Samuel Burgess his heirs and assigns forever under the yearly rent then due or from thenceforth to become due to the said proprietarie his heirs and successors In witness whereof the said John Webster hath hereunto put his hand and seal the ninth day of the tenth month one thousand six hundred ninety six 1696.        Sealed and delivered in the presence of us Samuel Darke Daniel Gardner William Darke        Bucks ss        (County seal) The 9th day of the 10th month 1696 the above conveyance was acknowledged and delivered by John Webster grantor to the above named Samuel Burgess grantee Certified under my hand & the county seal Phineas Pemberton Cl Com        Recorded the 12th 1/mo 1696 NOTES        The Court minutes reflect the acknowledgment, Colonial Society, BUCKS CO. COURTS, minutes for the session of the "9th day of the 10th month, 1696," p. 305:        -- a deed of one hundred fifty five acres of land in fee dated the ninth day of the 10th month 1696 acknowledged & delivered by John webster grantor to samuel Burges Junr grantee



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