Mary Anne Doll1

F, #370, b. 2 August 1811, d. 8 February 1860
Last Edited: 1 May 2019

Parents:

Father: Conrad Doll1 b. 6 Mar 1772, d. bt 26 Aug 1819 - 28 Aug 1819
Mother: Mary Magdalena Graff1 b. 6 Aug 1776, d. c 27 Jun 1813

Notes

  • Note*: Original baptism record, translated:

    1811 Mariane, born 2 August, baptized 12 September, parents Conrad Doll legitimate wife Magdalena, baptism witness female Elizabeth Doll (single) [meaning never married]2
  • Note: See the note in this database under Mary Magdalena Graff regarding the upbringing of her young daughters after her death.
  • Note: The auction catalog described lot #71: C 1822 Theorem on Velvet Lititz Moravian School

    "Watercolor on velvet theorem, ca. 1822, having central motif of mixed fruits in basket resting on three rows of leaves, attributed to Mary Ann Doll (1812-1860) while a student at the Lititz Moravian School for Girls (now Linden Hall School for Girls), housed in later painted Victorian frame, 20-1/2" x 17". Slight browning and foxing to edges but strong bright colors, 10" vertical fabric pull to top center. School archives show Mary Ann Doll enrolled in 1822. The basket and base, while unique to this piece, are characteristic of the work taught to the young girls attending the school. Approx. six other examples of Lititz Moravian Girls School theorems are known to exist. See "The Ornamental Branches" (Heritage Center of Lancaster County, Inc.) by Patricia T. Herr for related examples."6
  • Note: Church membership, Tabor First Reformed Church, Lebanon:

    "Young members add to the church in June 1832. ...Maryann Doll"7
  • Note: Church membership, Presbyterian Church, Womelsdorf:

    "Dec 26th 1835...The following [admitted] on profession of faith...Mary Ann Moore, Catharine Moore"8
  • Note: "William Moore and Mary Anne
    Doll were married April 21st 1840"

    "Mary Anne, wife of Dr William
    Moore died Feb. 8, 1860"9
  • Note: In his 1841 William Moore of Lebanon made the following bequest:

    "Item: I give and bequeath unto Mary Anne Moore, the wife of Doctor William Moore [of Womelsdorf] aforesaid, one hundred shares of stock in the Harrisburg Bank, to be assigned to her in her own individual right."10
  • Note: Obituaries of sisters Catharine Elizabeth (Doll) Guilford and Mary Ann (Doll) Moore were pasted into the bible of William Moore of Lebanon. The religious nature of the text suggests that these were written by and for members of their congregation.:

    "In Womelsdorf, Berks county, Pa., on the 8th inst., Mary Ann, wife of Dr. William Moore, aged 48 years, 6 months and 6 days.
    Mrs. Moore, was a daughter of Conrad and Mary Doll, of Lancaster, Pa. In her infancy she was incorporated with the Church of Christ in holy baptism. In her childhood, she was removed to Lebanon, where she remained, until some time after her marriage. On profession of her faith in Christ, she was admitted to full communion with the Reformed Church, by the Rev. Henry Kroh, and retained her connection with the Lebanon congregation until her death..."11
  • Note: Gravestone photo, at Union Cemetery, Womelsdorf, Pennsylvania. Two separate headstones sitting on common base:

    "WILLIAM
    MOORE M.D.
    JULY 28, 1810
    MAY 23, 1872"

    "MARY ANN
    MOORE
    NEE DOLL
    WIFE OF
    W. MOORE M.D.
    AUG. 2, 1811
    FEB. 8, 1860"4

Citations

  1. [S63] Dr. William Moore's Family Bible. Book published 1837 by Thomas Manson & George Lane for Methodist Episcopal Church. Contains family vital records, starting with 1840 marriage of William Moore and Mary Anne Doll. Four-plus generations. In Moore family possession, 'bought at public sale of Dr. William Moore deceased by William G Moore Aug 17 1872.'
  2. [S76] First Reformed Church, Lancaster Pa. (original records). Filmed at Franklin & Marshall College Library. In German; appear to be original records. FHL Microfilm #21452. [Some cited records translated by experienced FHC volunteer.], Item 4, baptism Mariane Doll.
  3. [S138] Lebanon, Pa., Church records, 1851-1938. Film item title: 'Tabor United Church of Christ'. Catalog author: 'Tabor First Reformed Church'. FHL microfilm 1432888. Item 3, Deaths. Item 4, Inscriptions of graves of Moved Biodies to new location.
  4. [S239] Womelsdorf, Pa., Union Cemetery, gravestone photos, taken by Jeff Moore, 23 May 2011.
  5. [S74] FindAGrave.com, 'Mary Ann Moore', 1860.
  6. [S54] Cordier Antiques & Fine Arts conducted an auction 13 August 2005 at Farmersville Auction, Ephrata, Pennsylvania of pieces descended through the Moore and Seltzer families of Womelsdorf, Berks County & Lebanon County., URL https://www.liveauctioneers.com/item/…
  7. [S46] Church Records of Tabor First Reformed Church 1764-1851. Lebanon, Lebanon Co. Pa., copied by Dr. William J Hinke. FHL Microfilm 20349 Item 5. Typed manuscript.
  8. [S183] Presbyterian Church, Womelsdorf, Pennsylvania. Church records. Selected records, all those for the surname Moore, transcribed by Jeff Moore 23 May 2011. Records located at the Tulpehocken Settlement Historical Society, Womelsdorf. The entire record is 13 pages and covers the years 1834 - 1847., p. 2.
  9. [S63] Dr. William Moore's Family Bible. Book published 1837 by Thomas Manson & George Lane for Methodist Episcopal Church. Contains family vital records, starting with 1840 marriage of William Moore and Mary Anne Doll. Four-plus generations. In Moore family possession, 'bought at public sale of Dr. William Moore deceased by William G Moore Aug 17 1872.', pp. 677, 679.
  10. [S135] Lebanon County, Pa. Will of William Moore of Lebanon, 1841. Vol B, p. 588-591. FHL microfilm 21506. Viewed on FamilySearch.org, image 648.
  11. [S234] William Moore of Lebanon Family Bible. Published Philadelphia, M. Carey, 1814. In possession of descendants of Dr. Wm Moore; sold in 'Seyler Auction', lot #66. Title page inscribed 'Willm Moore Lebanon'. The 'Family Record' page records: the marriage of William Moore & Elizabeth Groffn 23 Nov 1800, and their deaths, and the marriage of their nephew W. Moore Guilford & Ann Mary Elder, 10 July 1834. Pasted in a front leaf are obituaries of sisters Catharine Elizabeth (Doll) Guilford and Mary Ann (Doll) Moore.