Moar (Family)

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Moar (Family)

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Mangus Moar (1802-1878) and his wife Jane Spence (18-?) immigrated from Brisay, the Orkney Islands, Scotland to New Perth, Prince Edward Island in 1839. They had six children: William, John, Mary, James, George, and Micipsa. The Moar family lived on the Baldwin's Road near New Perth. George Moar did not marry and was a teacher from 1873 to 1874 at the New Perth School. John Moar married Eliza Higgins and they did not have any children. John was the owner of one share in the New Perth Dairying Company in 1898. Ernest Moar (1882 - 1959), son of Micipsa, married Catherine MacFadyen (1891-1933). Ernest belonged to the Order of Odd Fellows in 1913 in Montague.


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RAD 22.29B


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25 April 2001. Entered into AtoM 14 January 2015.





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