Moore, Isaac, 1622 - 1705
Isaac Moore crossed the Atlantic on board the Increase in April 1635. He settled in Hartford, where he became a farmer, and was among the first settlers of Farmington (1644-45). He served as a sergeant in the Farmington Company of militia (1649) and witnessed of the agreement between the colony of Connecticut and the Tunxis Indians (1650). Around this time, he settled in Norwalk, Connecticut, where his name appears on the deed between the Indians and first settlers (Feb. 15, 1651), and where he served as a deputy from Norwalk to the Connecticut General Court (1657-58). He returned to Farmington in 1660, where he died around 1705. Charles Edwin Booth, One Branch of the Booth family, Showing the Lines of Connection with One Hundred Massachusetts Bay Colonists (New York, Priv. Print., 1910), 88, 101; Mabel S. Hulbert, Farmington Town Clerks and their Times, 1645-1940 (Hartford : Press of Finlay brothers, c1943), 367-8; Edward Robinson, Memoir of the Rev. William Robinson: Formerly Pastor of the Congregational Church in Southington, Conn: With some Account of His Ancestors in this Country (New York : J. F. Trow, printer, 1859), 206.