|Birth: ||Dec. 18, 1830|
|Death: ||Feb. 5, 1905|
Son of David Mouser and Margaret 'Holly' (Kinder) Mouser.
Methodist Episcopal South faith.
Married Eletha 'Jane' Francis 11/Jul/1852.
Father of Fanny Elizabeth; Troy W.; Arminta Rovena; Charles Julius; and George W.
Married Susan Melissa Inman 09/Aug/1874 at Bollinger Co., MO.
Father of Eletha Jane; William F., Noah M.; Rosewell M.; Emanuel Elmer; Ida Belle; Oley May; Daniel E.; Robert 'Melvin'; Josephe P.; and Mary Ellen.
Married Lorena Ellen Myers 12/Jul/1894 at Bollinger Co., MO.
Father of Dora Odessa; Early; Neal Edgar.
Died Sunday, February 5, of heart trouble, Emanuel Mouser, who lived about six miles south of Lutesville.
Mr. Mouser was an old and highly respected citizen, and his death was a sad blow to his many friends. Lutesville News.
(MARBLE HILL PRESS, 09/Feb/1905)
NOTE: Many times his birth date is referenced as December. The 1900 census has Nov; and the headstone has Nov.
Emanuel Mouser, a successful farmer of Bollinger County, Mo., was born in Missouri on the site of the present town of Marquand, December 18, 1830. He is the son of David and Holly (Kinder) MOUSER. (David (Mouser) it is supposed, was born on Missouri soil, but he and his wife died when the subject of this sketch was about three years of age. Emanuel was reared by his uncle, Peter Kinder, until his twelfth year, when he found employment with Caleb Eaker until he was twenty years of age. In his twenty-second year, he was united in marriage with Miss Aletha J. Francis, who bore him five children, viz.: Fanny J. (Mrs. Joseph Eaker), Troy W., Arminta R. (wife of Smith Gladish), Charles J. and George W.
After his marriage Mr. Mouser located upon land which he still owns. He purchased some improvements that had been made and afterward entered the land. All he has, he has made with the work of his own hands, and now owns 309 acres of good land.
His first house stood near his present residence, but the former with all its contents was burned, which proved a sad loss to the young couple who had just begun life for themselves. Soon after they erected another house and again were established in their own home, which proved a prosperous and happy one for twenty-three years, when Mrs. Mouser died.
On August 9, 1874, Mr. Mouser wedded Miss Susan M. Inman, who was born in Yell County, Ark. she was the daughter of Anthony and Katesy (Shelton) Inman. The mother died when Susan was nine months of age and the father, during the late war, after which Susan became an inmate of her uncle, Elijah Shelton's home until she was fourteen years of age.
In her twenty-first year, she became the wife of Mr. Mouser, and has borne him nine children, seven of whom, Aletha J., Noah, Rosewell, Ida B., Holly M., Daniel and Melvin are living.
With little scholastic education, Mr. Mouser has a practical business and is accounted one of the solid and self-made men of his county.
For thirty years, he has been a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church South, and for many years one of the trustees. His wife is almost a life-long member of the same church.
(HISTORY of SOUTHEAST MISSOURI, Goodspeeds 1880, pg. 842)
RELATIONSHIP: Emanuel's first wife is my first cousin, 4 times removed.
Eletha Jane Francis Mouser (1837 - 1874)
Susan Melissa Inman Mouser (1851 - 1893)
Lorena Ellen Myers Shell (1874 - 1945)
Fannie Elizabeth Mouser Rhodes (1862 - 1896)*
Troy W Mouser (1866 - 1944)*
Arminta Rovena Mouser Gladish (1868 - 1925)*
Charles Julius Mouser (1870 - 1892)*
Eletha Jane Mouser Taylor (1875 - 1953)*
William F. Mouser (1876 - 1877)*
Noah Marvin Mouser (1877 - 1931)*
Emanuel Elmer Mouser (1881 - 1883)*
Ida Belle Mouser James (1883 - 1960)*
Oley May Mouser Eaker (1884 - 1902)*
Daniel E. Mouser (1886 - 1960)*
Robert Melvin Mouser (1887 - 1962)*
Joseph P Mouser (1889 - 1974)*
Mary Ellen Mouser (1892 - 1895)*
Dora Odessa Mouser Lackey (1895 - 1977)*
Early Mouser (1897 - 1977)*
Neal Edgar Mouser (1901 - 1980)*
Cane Creek Cemetery
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