There is no Cemetery Return (aka death certificate) for Ms. Moore. Either one never existed or it did not survive. Nevertheless, below is her obituary, published this date, February 11th, in 1864, identifying Bethel Burying Ground as her final resting place.
“DIED – On the 6th of January, 1864, Sister ALICE MOORE, aged one hundred and three years, and was interred in the old Bethel burying ground, in this city, on the 8th of January.Sister Moore as a member of Bethel church for many years, faithful and true. She died in the triumphs of faith. Another vacant chair – another mourning household – and another glad spirit joyfully entered to dwell with the Redeemer at home!” The Christian Recorder, February 13, 1864
Ms. Moore is one of the two individuals buried at Bethel Burying Ground that reached the age of 103. There are none older according to surviving records. In 1846 at 85 years old, she told a census worker that she was single and working as a washerwoman and was continuing to go to Bethel Church Sunday School to learn how to read the New Testament of the Bible. Additionally, she was described as being “lame” and living at 88 Gaskill Street where her living quarters consisted of a 9 ft. x 9ft. room.* In 1846-47, Ms. Moore was the next door neighbor of Ignatius Beck. See Mr. Beck’s biography on this website.
*1847 African American Census