President and Acting Governor James Moore's Executive Council

Dates: 1700 to 1703

Location Met: Charles Town

Upon the death of Governor Joseph Blake on September 7, 1700, the Executive Council elected James Moore as President and Acting Governor of Carolina on September 11, 1700. He remained in this office until March of 1703, when Sir Nathaniel Johnson arrived as the new governor of Carolina.
On June 18, 1702, the Lords Proprietors commissioned Sir Nathaniel Johnson as the next governor of Carolina, but he did not arrive in the province until March of 1703. On this same date, the Lords Proprietors appointed James Moore as Receiver General. On this same date, the Lords Proprietors appointed Job Hewes as Surveyor General. On this same date, William Craven, 2nd Baron Craven appointed John Beresford as his Deputy, and John Carteret, 2nd Baronet Carteret appointed Thomas Broughton as his Deputy.
On September 24, 1702, Sir John Colleton, 3rd Baronet appointed James Moore as his Deputy.
This Author has not found any records of the Executive Council under President and Acting Governor James More. If any become available, summaries will be provided herein.   

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