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Henry Moone (1698 – February 25, 1771) was an English gentlemen and successful landowner in the Eccleston area of Lancashire from the early 18th century and he was the 7th great-grandfather of Cometan, classified as one of Cometan’s distant maternal ancestors in the Prescott family line. Born in Frackiston in Kirkham Parish in 1698, Henry married Alice Porter on 4th December 1720 and had at least one son named Ralph Moon (1724 – 1793).
When his wife Alice died at the age of sixty-three in 1763, he married a lady named Jennet Hankinson in 12th February 1764 at St Mary the Virgin Church in Eccleston until his own death on 25th February 1771, the day after which he was buried on 26th February 1771. The extent of Henry’s estate can be found in his last will and testament in which different parts of the estate were bestowed to various members of the family. Henry is recorded as having died at the age of seventy-three in Eccleston, Lancashire. His parents were Robert Moon and Margaret Mary Greenhalgh (1674 – 1750).
The estate that Henry Moone established would continue on in some form until it was finally broken up in 1930 with the death of Elizabeth Moon’s husband, Joseph, after which Elizabeth moved away from the estate to live with her daughter, Teresa in Town Lane, Whittle-le-Woods. In Cometanic ancestry, Ralph is classified as part of the 8th generation retrograde, thus categorising his as an ancestor of Cometan.