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Re: MOSHER CARR ISTED ONT. CAN.
Posted by: Justin Friar (ID *****0947) Date: May 26, 2008 at 08:54:02
In Reply to: Re: MOSHER CARR ISTED ONT. CAN. by Donna of 1838

i forgot about that book, have a copy of it though..
please check out, book is avaible online. CHRONOLOGICAL HISTORY OF THE MOSHER FAMILY, From the Seventeenth Century to the present date. Compiled by William Mosher, of Mosherville, Hants Co.
Printed by J.J.Anslow, at The "Hants Journal" Office, Windsor, N. S., 1891.

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nshants/
Yes, the Descendants of Hugh Mosher and Rebecca Maxson, 1980 & 1990 edition both reference the book. Although the branch your looking b do not sight it as a source.
Believe the book incorrectly links Ezekiel Mosher of Manchester England, to Hugh Mosher. No evidence is sited in the book for this relationship. Possibly due to the 1836 newspaper advertisements of the unclaimed Mosher millions. This lead to many contradictory stories.
Looks like these 2 sources are dead ends now.





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