Family: Moore, William Constable / Holthuysen, Mary Charlton (F27302)

m. 10 Jun 1857


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  • Moore, William ConstableFather | Male
    Moore, William Constable

    Born  20 Jan 1818  New York, USA Find all individuals with events at this location
    Died  13 Feb 1886  Nyack, Rockland County, New York, USA Find all individuals with events at this location
    Buried     
    Married  10 Jun 1857  [1]   
    Father  Moore, Dr. Samuel W. | F10561 Group Sheet 
    Mother  Constable, Emily | F10561 Group Sheet 

    Holthuysen, Mary CharltonMother | Female
    Holthuysen, Mary Charlton

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    Died  Unknown   
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    1. [S2624] Rev. John Moore of Newtown, Long Island, and some of his descendants, James W. Moore, 118, 120 (Reliability: 2), 24 Sep 2021.
      Dr. Samuel Moore6 and Emily Constable had

      . . .

      646. William Constable7, b. January 20, 1818, m. June 10, 1857, Mary Charlton Holthuysen ; he d. February 13, 1885, Nyack, N. Y.; no children.

      . . .

      646. William Constable Moore7 (Dr. Samuel W.6, Dr. William5, Lieut. Samuel4, Benjamin3, Capt. Samuel2, Rev. John1) and Mary Charlton Holthuysen.

      William Constable Moore7, after completing his education, was employed for many years as civil engineer. He was engaged on the first surveys of the Hudson River Railroad and many others. In 1849 he entered the Bank of Commerce (now First National Bank) of New York, where he remained twenty-three years. In 1872 he spent a few mouths in Europe, and on his return in 1873 settled in Nyack, becoming President of the Nyack National Bank in 1878, in which capacity he served faithfully until he was stricken down by disease. He was also an active member of the Nyack Choral Society, and was conspicuous in good works in many directions. He was beloved by the entire community in which he lived, and his death will long be mourned by all who knew him. His remains were taken to New York and services were held in St. Mark's Church in that city. [Footnote: Newspaper clipping.]

      Transcribed by Ted Smith


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