Thomas died 1689, includes marriage contract of John Moore + Margaret Moore
August the 30th 1674, Conditions of Marriage agreed upon betwixt Tho: Moore on the one party and Margarett Oates on the other party both in the parish of KK St Anne as followeth: First, it is mutually agreed upon that John Moore son unto Margaret Oates shall come to holy church and marry Margarett Moore daughter to Tho: Moore at or before the feast of All Saints [1 Nov] next ensuinge the date hereof, Thomas Moore and his wife Margaret Ronane doth pro= mise there daughter in dowry with her husband John Moore halfe [lost] their goods and lands at this [lost in tear] and John Moore doth also promise his father in law Tho: Moore half his tenement and half of his goods until such time as the young couple be able to live upon themselves, then if Tho: Moore please he is to have his own land again to live upon, at which[?] tyme they are to sowe the tenement and crofts and Thomas Moore is to have half of what corn remains that year after sowing Tho: Moore doth promise when either he or his wife doth die then the young couple is to have the other quarter of there goods & lands and then the quarter that remaineth in the hand of the longer liver of the old couple shall be at their disposinge if they be in need further it is agreed upon if Margaret Moore John Moore's wife die without issue then the crofts and land that was promised in dowery shall return to her father Thomas Moore if he live or to his next of kin and [tear] performe all this above written they have bound themselves and each to other [tear] forfeiture of ten pounds as witness our hands and names the [torn] and yeare above mentioned. Margaret Cxxlow alias Oates her hand and mark, Thomas Moore his marke John Moore his marke Margaret Ronane her marke Margaret Moore her marke Witnesses Edmond Moore his X John Kelly his X Martin Moore his X Hugh Cosnahan. February ye 16th 1675 This day Sir Hugh Cosnahan and Martin Moore came before me and have deposed yt ye above bargain of contract was yr voluntarie acte and deed of Tho: Moore and his wife Margartt: Moore als Rowan in every particular  . Tho: Fletcher.
This contract being proved be
ye Deemster is accepted of for ye
last will of Tho: Moore, and
son John Moore is sworn to
according to the purport of ye sd
Acceptum est & solvit 1s
THE INVENTORY OF THE GOODS of THOMAS MOORE lately deceased being prized by 4 sworn men, viz., Peter Quirk, Jo: Quinney, Andrew Oates, and Hugh Kinish; and they find the goods of the said THO: MOORE to amount to the sum of 3 pounds 15 shillings 3 pence.
PLEDGES ACCORDING TO LAW Thomas Moore and Hugh Kinnish.
DECEMBER 2ND 1690: THOMAS QUAY enters his claim against the Executor of THOMAS MOORE for the sum of 40 shilling or pence on the account of breach of a bargain of barley land as will be made to appear and craveth the Law.