Frances Hall Whiting



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Frances Whiting Moore
Born: 03 Dec 1859 Buffalo, Erie Co., NY

Married: 26 Oct 1880 Rochester, Monroe, NY
Died: 20 May 1938 Bellevue, Allegheny Co., PA
City and Suburban Life Bellevue, Allegheny, PA May 27, 1938
Buried: Union Dale Cemetery, North Pittsburgh, Allegheny, PA
no stone for Frances
Union Dale Records
Her son, Frederick P. Moore Jr. was married in Feb of 1918 and killed in World War I only five months later. Frederick P. Moore Sr  had come from a Quaker background and was a pacifist. Frances also did not want any of her children to go to war. However, Frederick and his brother "Mott" both enlisted. After Frederick was killed near Fossy France, his mother, Frances Whiting Moore, helped found and became the first president of The American Legion Auxiliary of Pennsylvania. (See link to photo below). She was instrumental in getting the war memorial which was originally installed at Balfour Park but later moved to the park adjoining the Bellevue Public Library.  
Other photos of the War Memorial can be seen on the pages for Frederick P. Moore Jr  and Albert Mott Moore


William Pitt Cleveland Whiting


Sarah Elizabeth Hall


Frederick Pettes Moore


1. Louise Pettes Moore b. 14 Aug 1881 NY


2. Frederic Pettes Moore, Jr. b. 01 Feb 1883 NY 

Frederick Pettes Moore, Jr
3. Lucy Prescott Moore b. 14 July 1884 NY
Lucy Prescott Moore

4.  Edward McCutcheon. Moore b.08 Dec 1890 CA



5.  Elizabeth Moore b. June 1892 CA

Edward McCutcheon Moore
6. Albert Mott Moore b. 12 Dec 1893 IL
Albert Mott Moore
Mary Atwell Moore was the widow of their son, Frederick Pettes Moore, JR.  He had died in France, near Fossoy, five months after their marriage.  (Apr. 1931) Bellevue City and Suburban Life
Bellevue City and Suburban Life, May 1931


See full photo of Mrs. Frederick P. Moore in link noted below.  She was  President of the American Legion Auxiliary in The Gettysburg Times, May 28, 1928
The Gettysburg Times, May 28, 1928
Caption below photo reads: "The above shows Edwin E. Hollenback, State Commander of the American Legion, Department of Pennsylvania, and Mrs. Frederick P. Moore, State President of the American Legion Auxiliary, inspecting poppies made by disabled veterans in a Veterans' hospital in Pennsylvania."