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Eric Moser (#47375782)
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Lynn Marie Vint
RE: Mary Magdalene Moser Butcher
Eric,

Please do let me know if you find anything. I'm very interested!

Lynn
Added by Lynn Marie Vint on Mar 15, 2014 11:12 AM
Lynn Marie Vint
RE: Mary Magdalene Moser Butcher
Eric,

I'm sorry to say that this information was not passed down in the family. Don't we all wish to have inherited a family Bible with the genealogical lines neatly written out!

It's so hard to separate fact from fiction when you get back as far as Mary Magdalene Moser Butcher's parents and siblings. Several members of the Butcher family and I have worked on tracing our roots for many years now; what I sent was a summary of our best efforts.

Good luck in your search.

Best wishes,
Lynn
Added by Lynn Marie Vint on Mar 12, 2014 2:36 PM
Lynn Marie Vint
RE: Mary Magdalene Moser Butcher
Hi Eric,

Yes, I am a direct descendant of Mary Magdalene Moser Butcher. I guess that makes us very distant cousins of some sort.

I don't have much information about Mary's oldest brother, Jacob, except that he was born about 1751 in Northampton County in the Pennsylvania Colony. He married a woman named Nellie around the time of the Declaration of Independence. She was born about 1755. I have his death listed as sometime after 1819 in Anderson County, Tennessee. That's all I know about them.

I did go back to Mary Butcher's Find A Grave memorial and added some additional information about her parents and siblings to her bio. I hope that this will be helpful.

If you find more exact info regarding Jacob and Nellie Moser, please let me know. I'm always happy to up-date my Find A Grave memorials and/or add to our family tree books.

Good luck with your search!

Kindest regards,
Lynn
Added by Lynn Marie Vint on Mar 07, 2014 9:25 AM
Sharron Lovan Hammer
RE: Frederick Moser Marker
Thank you for the information and I'm embarrassed I haven't been on this site for so long. My apologies for not responding sooner. Will keep you posted if I uncover any info I think might be of interest to you!

Sharron Hammer
Added by Sharron Lovan Hammer on Jul 31, 2013 7:53 PM
Sharron Lovan Hammer
RE: Frederick Moser Marker
Did I ever get back to you on this?

Sharron Hammer
Added by Sharron Lovan Hammer on Aug 25, 2012 11:24 PM
Sharron Lovan Hammer
RE: Frederick Moser Marker
Hi . . . and sorry to be so late in my response. My Eli Moser was born 2.11.1811. His marriage, according to the 1850 Arkansas census was to Eliza W. Stephens. Children of this marriage were Laura Cordelia, Sarah S., Rosa A., George W. and J.H Moser (J standing for . . . John.)and Susan S. All these births were to have been in Evening Shade, AR, which I believe at the time was called Piney Fork. Mary Amick ,must have been the first wife as he married Eliza when he was 39 so am unsure of the order of the wives. According to Ancestry.com, Eliza was 15 at the time of the marriage in Lawrence County, AR. Again, on Ancestry.com in the 1860 census, Eli was 50, lived in Piney Fork, Lawrence,AR of which the post office was Evening Shade. The household members were, Eli, age 50, Eliza, age 25, Elvira, 19; Amanda A, 16; Laura C. (my maternal great grandmother. Eli died 3.7.1861, and Eliza married a Mr. Sparks, d.1876; and a Mr. Banks. This latter from the family Bible of which I am lucky enough to have a typewritten copy. I believe Ancestry.com is part of the Latter Day Saints records so unsure as to the reliability.

I believe Eli married his first wife, which would have3 to be Maria Bowen, in North Carolina. The second wife would then be Mary Amick. I have Mary Ingold as Frederick's wife. Hope this hasn't driven you 'round the bend deciphering it all and you probably have most of it anyway. I cannot find grave markers for anyone beyond my great grandparents, J. R. and Laura C. Bell. Have you found any?
Added by Sharron Lovan Hammer on Jun 26, 2012 7:34 PM
Sharron Lovan Hammer
Frederick Moser Marker
Would you know if this Frederick Moser had a son, Eli? My Frederick Moser was married to Mary Ingold,
Maria Bowen and Mary Amick.

Thanks for your time and attention.

Sharron Hammer
Added by Sharron Lovan Hammer on Jun 23, 2012 9:22 PM
SleepingDog
Rosalie Moser Cude
Just letting you know that I've connected her to her parents.

THX
Added by SleepingDog on Nov 09, 2010 4:43 PM
 

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