Ernest E. Moore
Ernest Ephraim Moore was born in Plymouth, Vermont on February 10, 1881 and his family was related to the family of Calvin Coolidge through Coolidge's mother Victoria Moore (or Moor) Coolidge.
In 1934 Moore was again elected to the Vermont House. He served one term, during which he was Speaker.
Moore died in Ludlow on May 16, 1962.
- World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Record for Ernest Ephraim Moore, accessed via Ancestry.com, March 3, 2012
- U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Record for Ernest Ephraim Moore, accessed via Ancestry.com, March 3, 2012
- Brown Alumni Monthly magazine, March, 1935, page 201
- The Provincial: Calvin Coolidge and his World, 1885-1895, by Hendrik Booraem, 1994, page 198
- The Catalogue of Brown University, published by the university, 1906, page 176
- List of Chairmen, Vermont House Ways and Means Committee, published by Clerk, Vermont House of Representatives, 2012
- Biography, Ernest E. Moore, Verlont Legislative Directory, published by Vermont Secretary or State, 1935, page 491
- Biennial Report of the Attorney General of the State of Vermont, by Vermont Attorney General, 1920, page 4
- Memorial Address on Ernest E. Moore, by Wallace Schinoski, Annual Report, Vermont Bar Association, 1962
- List of Speakers of the Vermont House of Representatives, by Vermont Secretary of State, Archives and Records Administration, 2012
- Newspaper article, Vermont Group Plans Memorial for Coolidge, Meriden Daily Journal, August 18, 1934
- Calvin Coolidge's Unique Vermont Inauguration, by Vrest Orton, 1981, page 73
- Newspaper article, Vermont G.O.P. Names Aiken for Governor, by Associated Press, published in Fitchburg Sentinel, September 9, 1936
- Vermont Death Records, 1909-2008 entry for Ernest Ephraim Moore, accessed via Ancestry.com, March 3, 2012
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