NameAbraham MOSSER
Birth15 Nov 1806, Lawrence Township, Tuscarawas County, Ohio1372, p. 206.
Death15 Feb 1875, Milford Township, Defiance County, Ohio1372, p. 207. Age: 68
BurialTamarack Cemetery, Milford Township, Defiance County, Ohio1372, p. 207.
FatherSamuel MOSSER Jr. (1767-<1811)
Birth1818, Pennsylvania1372, p. 206.
Death1862, Milford Township, Defiance County, Ohio1372, p. 207. Age: 44
Marriage21 Apr 1835, Stark County, Ohio1372, p. 206.
Birth1834, Tuscarawas County, Ohio1372, p. 207.
Death19 Jul 18901372, p. 207. Age: 56
Marriageaft 18621372, p. 207.
Notes for Abraham MOSSER

Biographical Sketch (1932):1372, p. 206. "Abraham Musser was born near Bolivar in Lawrence Township, Tuscarawas County, Nov. 15, 1806. He was the youngest son of Samuel and Catharine Musser (Mosser), who settled in Lawrence Township in 1803, coming from Washington County, Pennsylvania. They lived in a part of this county now included in Beaver County of that state. They were the first settlers in Lawrence township. Samuel Musser died when his son Abraham was just past four years of age. Abraham grew to manhood in Tuscarawas and Stark counties.

Abraham married Hannah E. Spangler, daughter of Jacob and Mary Spangler, in Stark County, Ohio, April 21, 1833. Hannah Spangler was of Pennsylvania German stock, born in Pennsylvania in 1818. She came to Stark County from Adams County, Pennsylvania with her parents in 1819."

Biographical Sketch (1932):
1372, p. 206-207. "Abraham Musser and his wife lived in Tuscarawas Township, Stark County, near Massilon until 1843 when they moved to Milford Township, Defiance County, near Edgarton, Ohio. In Stark County, five children were born to them, Lucinda, Catharine, Jacob, Isaiah, and William Harley. Three others were born at the home in Defiance county: Wilson Shannon, Calvin and Eliza. The Abraham Musser home in Milford Township is now owned (1930) by Sarah E. Karnes, his daughter by his second wife. It is located adjacent to the Tamarack Cemetery, where many of the early Mussers and Spranglers, and families intermarrying are buried."

Biographical Sketch (1932):
1372, p. 207. "Abraham Musser’s first wife, Hannah, died in 1862. She was buried in Tamarack Cemetery. In __ he married Amelia Steffe, daughter of Jacob and Rachel (Robert) Steffe of Wayne Township, Tuscarawas County, Ohio. . . . Abraham and Amelia Musser had three children: Sarah, Rachael and Elizabeth. Abraham died Feb. 15, 1875, and was buried in Tamarack Cemetery. His second wife, Amelia, was married to Daniel Tharpe in ___. She died July 19, 1890."
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