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Re: MOSHER,ELLIS,BOWNE,MUMFORD (Morris area)
Posted by: Deborah Sweet Date: April 17, 2001 at 17:26:47
In Reply to: MOSHER,ELLIS,BOWNE,MUMFORD (Morris area) by Susan Spurgeon of 1120

Hi Susan, I hope this helps, I have alot of info on Lucinda's family as it is also mine, but none on Alfred. I also do not have their descendants. If you have info on their line, I'd sure appreciate it, as I am trying to update the entire Southworth line from Nathaniel and Desire to the present. What I have for Alfred and Lucinda is as follows:
Alfred Mosher b.1805 d.1890 (I don't know birth/death places) Possible father Phillip Mosher? b.1784 d.1868
Alfred married Lucinda Southworth dau. of Ozias Southworth (son of Nathaniel and Desire (Stetson) Southworth) and Demmis Rowley(dau of Ithamar Rowley, a Rev. War Soldier, and Dimmis Gates). Lucinda was b.May of 1812 and d.1876
This is all I have on them at the moment. Please e-me at DeborahSweet@msn.com and let me know if we can exchange info, how you are related to Lucinda and Alfred, etc. I am always looking for cousins. Hope I helped, Good Luck and let me know if there is any other info I can give you. Have TONS on Southworths. Regards, Deborah


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