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Baldwin & Moser connection 1880 to 1900+
Posted by: Marilyn (ID *****5444) Date: April 04, 2007 at 22:26:08
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Between 1880 and 1900+ there were 4 Baldwin Brothers and their sister living in Iron County, Missouri. Their names are Thomas Thaddeus, John T., and Lucy were all born before 1860, probably in Kentucky; and James R. and Joseph Lewis/Louis born in Missouri before 1870.

According to the 1860 federal census the family was living in Butler County, Missouri. By 1880, the brothers were living in Iron County, MO (1880 census). In 1881,John T. married Estella Moser in Iron County. Estella is part of the Moser family that I am researching. Estella and my grandfather were first cousins. Estella's father, George, was one of three Moser brothers who lived in or near Iron County between 186? and 1900: George A., James W., and Jacob Lewis.

In the 1900 census, John T. and Stella were still living in Iron County; in 1910, they were in Creek County, OK; in 1920, in Hinds County, Mississippi; and in 1930, in Madison County, Mississippi,with their son T. Richard.

I would like to make contact with descendents of both the Baldwin and Moser families. I am trying to learn more about my Moser ancestors who were living in Iron County, especially the descendants of George A. and James W. Their brother, Jacob Lewis Moser, died about 1873, and left his wife and 1 child. I have made contact with that line. George A. and his wife had several children who grew up in Iron County. John T. and Stella had 9 children born there. Sometime after 1900 George A. and his family moved to Kansas. James W. lived in Texas sometime in the 1880's and 1890's. In 1868, he had married Visa Grayum in Iron County. James died in 1893 or 4, and in 1900 his wife and 2 sons were living in Iron County. The older son, Odie Moser had married Effie Rencehausen in Iron County around 1898.

There was also a P.A. Moser who married Flora Tong in the early 1900's. Research by one of his descendants ties P. A. to my extended Moser family, but we can't figure out how.

Willing to compare and share information.


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