|Birth: ||Sep. 23, 1862|
|Death: ||Feb. 9, 1935|
Source: Biographical Memoirs of Wabash County, Indiana, pub 1901 by B. F. Bowen, Chicago. Submitted by Don T. Mitchell, great nephew of Etine (Mylin) Moyer
Charles A. Moyer, one of the most popular and successful young farmers of Pleasant township, Wabash county, Ind., is a native Indiania and a young man who is an honor to the state as well as the township in which he lives. He was born in Perry township, Miami county, Ind., September 23, 1862, and is the second son of Jesse Moyer and Eliza (Hoover) Moyer, both natives of Ohio. His brother, whose biography also appears in this volume, is George N. Moyer of Laketon, Ind., proprietor of the Laketon Nurseries. When our subject was two years of age he removed with his parents to Wabash county, Ind., and settled on the farm where he now lives. He was educated in the district schools of Pleasant township and the Laketon schools and acquired a liberal education. He chose agriculture as his vocation for life and has been eminently successful, being known as a progressive, careful and intelligent farmer, prosperous and enterprising and, above all, of a moral character above reproach.
Mr. Moyer was united in marriage May 16, 1885, to Miss Etine Mylin, of Paw Paw township, Wabash county, Ind. Mrs. Moyer is the eldest of four children born to Henry Mylin and Mary (Sholty) Mylin and was born in Chester township, Wabash county, September 1, 1866. She was educated in the public schools and is a lady of varied accomplishments and well known as a woman of culture and refinement. She is an ideal hostess, a loving wife and affectionate mother who gives her attention to the improvement of her home and the education and training of their little daughter, Ethel E. Moyer, the only child born to them. Miss Ethel was born February 22, 1891, and is a charming little daughter, the pride of her parents and a favorite with all who know her.
Mr. Moyer is one of the most prominent citizens of Pleasant township. He is a man who believes in public improvements and the advancement of the public welfare. Every movement for the advancement of the people at large meets his hearty approval and he is ever ready to put his shoulder to the wheel to help in a commendable enterprise. He is an earnest supporter of the public schools and does all in his power to encourage those who are seeking an education to put forth their best efforts. Mr. and Mrs. Moyer are highly esteemed and honored citizens of Pleasant township. Their home is famous for the unbounded hospitality and supreme good fellowship which prevails, and the guests who are entertained within its walls always carry pleasant recollections of the deligthtful entertainment afforded by these estimable and popular young people.
Jesse Moyer (1830 - 1887)
Eliza E Hoover Moyer-Horning (1840 - 1925)
Etine B Mylin Moyer (1866 - 1927)
Ethel Eliza Moyer Longenecker (1891 - 1987)*
George Noble Moyer (1860 - 1952)*
Charles A Moyer (1862 - 1935)
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