My Paternal Family Paternal Side Archives: Moors, Haddow, South

John Moors and Florence Anna Eurith Elliott (My Grandmother and Grandfather)

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John Haddah/Haddow (1853 -1923) married Mary High in 1873

Mary High (1853 – 1919)

They had several children.

William Thomas Haddow (1876 – 1944) married Emma Stafford

Agnes Mary (Mae) Haddow South (1877 – 1940) married Elkanah South

Mary Eleanor Haddow (1878 – 1944) married John Moors

Margaret Ann “Maggie” Haddow (1880 -1956) remained unmarried

John “Jack” Haddow (1882 – 1921) married Mary Boyd

Resting Place

Henry Haddow (1883 -1887)

George Haddow (1886 – 1953) married Alice Vera Burton

Joseph Haddow (1889 -1952) married Flossie Cecilia McFarlane

Robert Walter Haddow (1893 – 1914) remained unmarried/ suffered TB

Other children, as researched by cousin, T. Witbeck, included Thomas born 1885, Albert Edward born 1901, John born in 1897 and Walter born in 1883.

John Moors (1841 – 1914) married Grace Rebecca Porter

Grace Rebecca Porter (1843 – 1927)

          May 6, 1878 Courtroom Drama: John and Grace Moors

They had two sons (one dying in infancy) and five daughters.  Son, John Moors, is my great grandfather.  May my ancestors rest in peace and may perpetual light shine upon them.

Grace Moors (1870 – 1948)

More on Grace

Marion Ada Moors (1871 – Deceased) married Charles Creighton Wood

John Moors (1876 – 1918) married Mary Eleanor Haddow

Alice Moors (1879–1931) remained unmarried

Rose Margaret Moors (1883 – 1980)

William James Moors (1885 – 1886)





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