|Carlene Johnson (#47537618)|
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I am a retired L&D nurse. My favorite hobby is ancestry. Since I can't meet my old ancestors, it is a thrill to find their grave. I will photograph whenever I can, hoping that someone can photograph my ancestors in places that are too far away from me.|
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|Robert David Miller||Moserski|
That last line should be Moserski, not Noserski, my bad.
|Robert David Miller||Leroy Moser|
I'll see if I can help you get started Carlene. I don't know if or how Leroy fits into your family but he was well known in town for being a garbage man. Don't laugh, I believe his son Leroy just got done building a half million dollar house across the street from me and he's a garbage man too. So garbage pays huh? I have 2 bits of information to give you some help. In my research, back in the late 1800's I believe, there was a very prominent Moser in Mount Carmel, his name was Horace Moser and I think he was a lawyer and or a judge. So use him to start your research. Also, as I told Leroy, you guys might just be Polish. I have one Moserski in my study. If you don't notice, it's Moser with "ski" as the ending. That could mean that others dropped "ski" off their name to make Moser. So there's a good start for you and don't forget to research Noserski if you haven't already.
|Robert David Miller||RE: Moser's|
Carlene, it's possible Catherine is buried on the plot because it looks to be the size for 6 to 8 people. There's a main tombstone with Henry in one corner and Ida in the opposite catty corner to him if you understand that. There is no stone for her, so you'll never locate her that way but I'll keep looking in my travels. Are you related to the Leroy Moser family from Mount Carmel?
|Robert David Miller||Moser's|
Carlene, I was doing a shortcut back to my car and stumbled across Henry. Sad to say, there is no Catherine Moser in sight. The only other person on the plot is one Ida Moser Sheriff 1871--1955. So Catherine may not have a tombstone. Like my great grandmother, which I haven't found either and I'm running out of stones to look at maybe 200 left. I've decided to photograph the entire cemetery, so I'll keep a look out anyway but that could take a year to record. Sincerely, Robert Miller
|Robert David Miller||photos|
Have posted both photos Carlene, remember, I'll keep looking.
|Robert David Miller||RE: Mary E. Moser|
I will post the photos later today. Yes Carlene, I am one and the same but I do not wish to be associated with the library after the great wrong that they have done to my family and I concerning my database on their wed site. As for your Moser connection, I will keep an eye out for any that I may come across. I remember others but I don't remember where in the cemetery. I have decided to photograph the entire cemetery but that is a long process and will consume much of my time, so I will keep you posted of anymore Moser's I find. Sincerely, Robert Miller
|Robert David Miller||Mary E. Moser|
Carlene, I have good news for you. I was able to take a short walk thru the cemetery and was able to find Mary E. Moser for you. The dates are 1864-1938 and she was buried close by Daniel as you guessed. A surprise was another male buried right next to her. His name is William H. Moser 1886-1909. At that age, it could be Mary's son, she would have been 22 when she had him, I assume with Daniel. I took photos of both of them, so if you make memorials, I'll post them for you. Sincerely, Robert Miller
|Robert David Miller||CarrIE & Julia|
Carlene, posted both photos. They're a little fuzzy but if you click on them, you'll be able to read them. Glad to have been of help to you.
|Robert David Miller||RE: Moser family|
Carlene, your welcome. Don't forget to make a memorial for Carrie too, everyone deserves to be remembered, even the smallest of our little Angels. That way if someone want to remember her, she'll have her own memorial.
|Robert David Miller||Moser family|
Carlene, I have fulfilled your 2 photo request but as I left on the caption for Daniel's, there are two more markers. One is for Julia A. Moser 1864-1891, the second is for their child Carrie E. Moser 1891-1891. If you set up memorials for both of them, I will upload the two markers for you. Looking at the death dates, I would say that Julia and the baby died sometime shortly after she gave birth to Carrie. This was not uncommon back then. Because of my legs, I can not make anymore trips through the cemetery if you had other requests, this was a once walk thru looking for my long lost great grandmother. And I did not see a marker for Henry's wife Catherine although I was not looking for her by mistake, I will check if I get out that way again. Sincerely, Robert Miller
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