|Birth: ||Feb. 21, 1894|
|Death: ||Jun. 26, 1950|
Hiram Mosher was the youngest child of Charles Cavasso Mosher and Sarah Emmaline Thomas Mosher. On February 4, 1917, Hiram married Mamie Lauta Faulkner.
Between 1917 and 1918, Hiram was living in St Louis, Missouri working for the "Southern Wheel Company." Hiram was a veteran of WWI and apparently was significantly injured during the war; his death certificate later listed him as a "disabled soldier."
In 1920, and by age 26, Hiram was living with his older sister, Malena "Lena" Mosher Mitchell and her husband in Dallas, Texas. At this point, he was working as a "molder" at a Steel Company.
By 1930, Hirman was a patient in an army hospital in Colorado; again listed as a disabled soldier. According to my great grandmother (Hiram's sister Fannie Mosher), Hiram married Ellen Amanda Riggins on March 6, 1936.
Later in life, Hiram continued to suffer with complications from his war injuries in addition to being hospitalized for tuberculosis. My aunt remembers that "Uncle Hiram" had left a beautiful car at her grandmother Fannie Mosher's house while he was in the hospital. (She and my dad and uncle apparently used to play in the car, not necessarily with permission).
Hiram passed away on June 26, 1950 at just 56 years of age from tuberculosis. He is honored as a veteran of WWI and remembered with love by his family.
Charles Cavasso Mosher (1851 - 1911)
Sarah Emaline Thomas Mosher (1854 - 1919)
William Nelson Mosher (1875 - 1901)*
Nora Melissa Mosher Meritt (1879 - 1953)*
Arthur Mosher (1882 - 1883)*
Nancy Louisa Mosher Sissel (1885 - 1918)*
Mary Francis Mosher Dycus (1889 - 1978)*
Christina Emaline Mosher Boyd (1891 - 1974)*
Hiram Vincent Mosher (1894 - 1950)
Mount Carmel Cemetery
Created by: EAnne
Record added: May 13, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 90054632
great granddaughter of Fannie Mosher Dycus (sister of Hiram Vincent)|
Added: May. 13, 2012