|Best known for||Territorial Governor|
| Born||02/12/1829, Binghamton, Broome County, NY, USA|
| Military Service||Enlisted on 8/20/1861 as a Lieut Colonel.
On 8/20/1861 he was commissioned into Field & Staff OH 17th Infantry.
He was discharged for promotion on 12/31/1862.
On 12/31/1862 he was commissioned into Field & Staff OH 69th Infantry.
He resigned on 11/5/1864.
Colonel 12/31/1862 (As of 69th OH Inf)
Brig-Gen 3/13/1865 by Brevet
Major-Gen 3/13/1865 by Brevet
| Education||Yale University.|
| Marriages||Frances Fanny Van Trump 06/07/1859, Lancaster , Fairfield County, Ohio, USA|
| Children||Maria Louise Moore, 05/29/1860. Frances Moore, 1865. Thomas Moore, 1867. |
| Death||02/26/1870, Olympia, Thurston County, Washington, USA|
| Buried||Masonic Cemetery, Olympia, Thurston County, Washington, USA|
- Judge. Court of Common Pleas. Sioux City, Iowa.
- Prosecuting Attorney. Sioux City, Iowa.
- Governor. Republican. Washington, Washington Territory. 1867 - 1869. 2 year(s).
|Notes:||Moore was accompanied to Olympia by his brother-in-law Philemon Beecher Van Trump (1839–1916), also known as P. B. Van Trump, who served as his private secretary.
Van Trump and General Hazard Stevens made the first documented successful climb of Mount Rainier on August 17, 1870.|
Governors of Washington State by Edmond S. Meany;
Territorial Timeline (Washington Secretary of State);