Notes for Mary Moore: Mary arrived in 1686 in Philadelphia, PA on the Delaware from Bristol, England with her parents and grandparents. Mary was indicted in Chester Co., PA on Sep. 8, 1696, after the birth of her son Benjamin: "Mary Moore being Called to Answer the sd Presentment: Appeared and Exhibeted a Peticion to the sd Court which being Red and she being very sorry for the same the Court Considering thereof And shee submitting her selfe to the mercy of the bentch: the Court orders that shee shall be omitted Corporall Punishment and that she shall pay forty shillings for A fine and the Charges of the Court and Give security for the bringing up of the Childe: and be Discharged for this time George Stroud became her security for the bringing up of the Childe:" (Records of the Courts of Chester County, Pennsylvania, published by the Colonial Society of Pennsylvannia, Philadelphia: Patterson White and Co., 1910, p. 390.) George STROUDE, who represented Mary in this case, also represented her, her brothers and her sister at Orphans Court in Mar. 1698, following their mother's declared intent to marry Joseph CLOUD. Mary FLEMING is named in her grandmother Margaret GREEN's 1708 will, and her brother John MOORE's 1727 will. Mary was married about 1700 to William FLEMING, said to have been an immigrant originally from Greenock, Scotland. Information on the FLEMING family is sparse. Children of Mary and William FLEMING: William; George did not marry; James married; Peter married; John; Henry; Mary married Daniel COWAN; and Susanna married William COWAN. Daughter of Richard MOORE and Mary GREEN.
More About Mary Moore and William Fleming: Marriage: Abt. 1700, Delaware Co., PA.1043