12. Charles Henry
MOSHER was born on Jun 15, 1848 in Cardington, Morrow Co., Ohio.
He died on Apr 12, 1933 in Waldo, Marion Co., Ohio. He was buried
in Fulton Cem., Morrow Co., Ohio. C.H. Mosher lived in Waldo
the later part of his life (the late 20s and 30s). His son Charles Orba and
his family lived with he and Emma in Waldo. My mother remebers living there
He was a stone mason all of his life. Several of his sons became stone masons
His wife Emma is shown as owning about two or three acres in Fulton in 1901
in the Morrow County Atlas of 1901. He and Emma are buried in Fulton, Ohio.
Charles Henry MOSHER and Emma SHERMAN were married on Oct 20, 1869.
13. Emma SHERMAN
was born on Sep 15, 1850. She died on Mar 4, 1932 in Waldo, Marion
Co., Ohio. She was buried in Fulton Cem., Morrow Co., Ohio.
|Harry Alton MOSHER was born on Sep 17,
1870. He died on May 4, 1934 in Fulton, Morrow Co., Ohio.6 He was buried in Fulton Cem.,
Morrow Co., Ohio. He was a stone mason - he laid stone fronts on
houses. This according to Charles William "Bill" Mosher. He lived
in Johnstown, OH.|
MOSHER was born on Jun 29, 1873. She died on Feb 29, 1936.|
|Bert R. MOSHER
was born on Sep 10, 1875. He died in 1943. 1901 Atlas
of Morrow County lists B.R. Mosher as a constable in Fulton. This was likely
Bert Mosher. At the same time, Emma Mosher, his mother, was shown as owning
a property in Fulton that was about two or three acres on the North West corner
According to Bill Mosher, he worked at a foundry and is buried somewhere in Columbus.
He and his wife Mayme signed the registry for the Buck/Mosher reunion of 1930
and gave their address as 723 Oak Street.
|Ottis Leslie MOSHER was born on Dec 12, 1877.
He died on Dec 29, 1937 in Bucyrus, Crawford Co., Ohio.7 He was buried in Rivercliff Cemetary, Mt. Gilead, Morrow
Co., Ohio.7 Otis was born
in Fulton, OH, and then grew up around Caledonia & Germantown. He farmed
for a while at Johnstown, and then moved to Bucyrus to work for the railroad.
Lost his leg in a train accident about 1925. He worked on the T&OC branch
of the NY Central. He was blind in later years.
After losing his leg, he went to work for an "abulance chaser" (as
his son Bill puts it) attourney.
He helped to lay the "Great White Way" on Mansfield and Sandusky Streets
in Bucyrus. This was an electical street light system.
|Monta MOSHER was born on Jan 7, 1882.
He died on Aug 11, 1882.|
Augusta MOSHER8 was born
on Sep 23, 1890 in , Morrow Co., Ohio. She died on Aug 1, 1974 in
Marion, Marion Co., Ohio.|