John Moser

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A photo of Joab M. Fanning and Lucinda (Grimsley) Fanning Headstone
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A photo of Solomon Bull
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A photo of Simon Joseph Freymuth
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A photo of Marianna Antonetta Freymuth
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A photo of Joseph Adolph Freymuth
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A photo of Anton Moser taken in World War One. Date and location not given by submitter. B:5 Nov 1875 Stimpfach, Crailsheim, Wuerttemberg, Germany D:13 Aug...
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A photo of Susan Groesch, born January 25, 1844, date and location of photo not given by submitter.
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A photo of Emma Ann Schroeder, (born 30 Jun 1879 Mechanicsburg, Champaign County, Ohio died:4 Jan 1926 Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois)date and...
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A photo of John Joseph Moser, born December 19, 1870 Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois. Died:26 Jul 1960 Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois. M:29...
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A photo of Mathilda Gruenewald Schramm (born March 5, 1854), married to Frederick Berthold Theodor SCHRAMM (born September 23, 1852.) No date or location...
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John Moser Joab married Lucinda Grimsley in Morgan County on Aug. 10, 1848. Among their children were Clarinda, Robert, Barb Jackson, Sarah, and John Fanning of Scottville.) He was admitted to the Soldier's Home in Quincy, IL on Jan 18, 1906., patient number 7374. He applied for pension Dec 8 1877, no state listed, assumed to be IL. He was born May 27 1827 and he died 17 Jul 1909 per tombstone. He is buried at Providence Cemetery, Morgan Co., IL. His wife and some of the children are also buried there.
May 08, 2015 · posted to the person Joab M. Fanning
John Moser BULL, SOLOMON, a prominent farmer residing on Section 27, Township 13 North, Range 9 West, Morgan County, Ill., was born March 15, 1832, in Roxboro, Person County, N.C., the son of Moses and Elizabeth (Fuller) Bull, both natives of North Carolina. Paternally, the father was of English descent. The great-grandfather of Solomon Bull emigrated from England to North Carolina with his son Jacob, who was the father of Moses and the grandfather of Solomon. They were mill owners, farmers and large slave owners, Moses Bull being a life-long farmer and a well educated man. In the winter of 1835 he removed with his wife and family to Morgan County, Ill., and settled within one mile of where his son now lives. He owned 150 acres of land, and died September 7, 1844, leaving his farm to his widow for life. The latter died in 1891, at the age of eighty-six years.
May 08, 2015 · posted to the photo Solomon Bull