Daniel Mossburg family 1890's

Daniel Mossburg family 1890's

Taken 1890's Huntington Co., IN
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John E. Mossburg born 29 Feb 1848 Huntington Co., IN died 30 Nov 1934 Wells Co.,I N buried Mossburg Cemetery Wells Co., IN-husband of Elizabeth Emily Irwin(1851-1931)
Malinda Ann Mossburg born 8 Apr 1855 Huntington Co., IN died 8 May 1929 Huntington Co., IN buried 10 May 1929 Star of Hope Cemetery Huntington Co., IN-wife of Jacob Bonewitz (1851-1933)
Daniel Palmer Mossburg born 23 Apr 1852 Warren, Huntington, IN died 5 Mar 1937 Huntington Co., IN buried 8 Mar 1937 Mossburg Cemetery Wells Co., IN-husband of Catherine A. Shoemaker (1855-1899)
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James C. Mossburg born 5 Dec 1844 Huntington Co.,IN died 12 Feb 1910 IN buried Mossburg Cemetery Wells Co., IN-husband of Caroline Sales (1843-??) -husband of Mary Ann Fifield (1844-??)
Daniel Mossburg born 16 Mar 1819 Clinton Co., OH died 23 Feb 1900 IN buried Mossburg Cemetery Wells Co.,IN-son of Henry William Mossburg (1777-1838) & Jane Thrailkill (1791-1872)
Elizabeth Brown born 11 Jul 1818 died 19 Mar 1900 IN buried Mossburg Cemetery Wells Co., IN-daughter of Elisha Brown (1792-1855) & Elizabeth Redding (1894-1884)
Mary Mossburg born 1843 Huntington Co., IN-wife of ----Keller

i married into the mossburg

i married into the mossburg family and i an just searching.i love the photos

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That is an awesome picture. These folks are my collateral ancestors (not direct line), darn it. I wish that Daniel's brother, Henry had been there that day. In my search for information on Henry and his parents, I have often come across the story of how Daniel walked all the way to Muncie to get his father's funeral clothes. Now I know what he looked like! Awesome! I also liked the story of how he and Elizabeth met at an "Indian dance".

The only issue I have is not with the photo itself but with the date of Daniel's father's birth. His tombstone says 1777, not 1786. I believe that Jane knew the birthdate of her husband and correctly had 1777 inscribed there.

Not wishing to start an argument of any kind, I only wish to point out that some researchers (I believe, incorrectly) link Rev. Henry Mossburg to Johan Heinrich Maasberg, a Hessian soldier who fought on the British side during the American Revolution. Johan Heinrich had a son, Heinrich who was indeed born in 1786. As for me and my sister, Peggy Mossburg Nichoson, we are convinced that we do not have any connection to Johan Heinrich Maasberg.

If there is a Mossburg researcher that is descended from Christian Mossburg of Belmont County, Ohio sees this, I would love to exchange information.

I would be interested to discuss the former issue with anyone who will do so respectfully. I have had some folks get really upset with me because I do not agree with their "facts". But I would love to talk to anyone who can shed light on the subject or just wants to talk about Mossburg history.

My sister and I have visited the Mossburg Cemetery on many occasions. And we were priviledged to meet one of Daniel's descendents who actually is living in the house that Daniel built! He and his family are wonderful people and we hope to see them again.

I would also like to ask if the submitter has any other pictures of that era? Thank you for sharing this one.

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Lucy,
I have a picture of Daniel & his wife,Elizabeth Brown behind their new tombstone delivered at the cemetery & also a picture of Daniel's brother, James Tolliver. Contact me at sue63han@yahoo.com & I will send them to you.

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