|Birth: ||Sep. 30, 1811|
New York, USA
|Death: ||Feb. 11, 1897|
Daniel T. was a son of Samuel Moseley and his wife (_). Samuel Moseley was the son of Joseph Moseley Jr. [?#75887747].
? MOSELEY siblings.
Daniel married Amanda Hunt.
6 MOSELEY children, order of birth uncertain:
William T. Moseley, B-1841.
Clara Moseley; m. J.W. Curran.
J.W. Curran: #2904637
Daniel W. Moseley (2/2/1849-11/18/1929).
Frank Moseley died at age 14.
George Moseley died at age 11.
Clarence H. Moseley (12/29/1859-3/5/1826)
Biographical History of La Crosse, Monroe and Juneau Counties, Wisconsin, 1892, pgs. 660-601.
"Daniel T. Moseley was a native of Cazenovia, New York, and was a son of Samuel Moseley, whose father was Joseph Moseley [Jr.?], of Worcestershire, Massachusetts. The latter, the great-grandfather of Dr. Moseley, was a soldier in the Revolutionary war, and after his death which occurred at Worcester, his sons became scattered, locating in different parts of the country. Samuel became a resident of Cazenovia, and later, when the father of our subject was a boy, he removed with his family to Cattaraugus county, New York and died in Franklinville, in that county. Daniel T. was his only son, the remainder of the family consisting of three sisters. He, however, is the sole survivor of his father's family.
"Mr. Daniel T. Moseley was born in 1811 and married Amanda Hunt, a native of Ithaca, New York. She was a daughter of Colonial John S. Hunt, who came to Sparta, Monroe county [WI] in 1853 where he became a well known and influential citizen. Perhaps no pioneer of this county was more generally known and favorably known than he, and his death occurred at Chetek, Barron county in 1885, at the advanced age of ninety-three years.
"Daniel T. Moseley emigrated to Monroe county [WI] with his family in the spring of 1854, locating in Sparta, where he resided about two years. He then purchased a farm about three miles north of the village, on which he resided fifteen years and then returned to Sparta.
"Recently, with his wife, he removed to Lincoln, Nebraska, to reside with their son. He was a well-known and esteemed citizen, and possessed a high sense of honesty and integrity. Liberal-hearted and generous to a fault, he ever possessed the respect and esteem of the citizens of this county. In the early days he was an Abolitionist and later a Repubican. Both he and his wife are consistent members of the Advent Christian Church.
"They were the parents of six children, five sons and one daughter, but two of the former, Frank and George, died in early life at the ages of fourteen and eleven years, respectively. Dr. [William H.] Moseley is the eldest of the family; Clara, the next in order of birth, is the wife of Major J. W. Curran, a well known citizen of Madison [WI]; Daniel W. is a resident of Lincoln, Nebraska, and with him his parents now reside. He is a prominent citizen of that town, is engaged in the real-estate and insurance business and is a man of large wealth and influence. Clarence H., the youngest of the family, is also at Lincoln, [Nebraska]."
Census search: Fraya Weiss, 2013.
Research: Mary E. Warner, 2013.
Amanda Hunt Moseley (1819 - 1899)
William H. Moseley (1841 - ____)*
Plot: Sec-9 Lot-2425 Sp-12
Maintained by: Mary E. Warner
Originally Created by: Tony & Cindy Lloyd
Record added: Jul 29, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 74122606