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e, who accompanied, as his physician, Lord Baltimore when he came to this country.
By marriage and descent he was intimately connected with the families of Thomas Lloyd, the first Deputy Governor of Pennsylvania under William Penn, and in West Virginia with the Moore, Jackson, Lowndes, and Goff families.
He had two brothers in the old United States army—Colonel West Moore, for many years Adjutant-General of Louisiana, and Dr. Charles Lloyd Moore, surgeon.
In June, 1845, he married Mary Augusta Brown, one of the daughters of Major Jacob Brown, United States army, who was killed in the Mexican war in 1846, at the place on the Texas side of the Rio Grande, which has since been known, in honor of him, as Fort Brown, or Brownsville.
General Stewart Van Vliet, United States army, married the only other daughter (and child) of Major Brown.
Dr. Moore was educated in Charleston, S. C.; graduated in medicine in 1834; became assistant surgeon in the United States army, March 14, 1835; su