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Mary Ann Moore (1754-1834)

Mary Ann Moore was the second wife of the Wesleyan minister Henry Moore. Her maiden name was Hind and she was described at the time of their marriage in Bristol in August 1814 as a 'middle-aged lady, of piety, a good understanding and possessed of an independent fortune&the lady was respected and esteemed for her general urbanity, and her especial regard for the poor&'. She lived with her husband in the several circuits to which he was appointed until they moved to London in 1823. They remained there for the rest of their lives.

Mary Ann died on August 16th 1834 after a long decline. She was buried at City Road Chapel.

The Life of the Rev. Henry  Moore by Mrs Richard Smith (London 1844), 264, 310-311, Methodist Magazine 1834, 720, George John Stevenson, City Road Chapel, London, and its Associations, Historical, Biographical, and Memorial (1872), 429-430 and information provided by John Lenton.

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