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Thankful Frances Ingerson. (1845- 1930) and Nathan Mosher (1839-1865)
Posted by: TSetter (ID *****9727) Date: February 15, 2010 at 13:13:44
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Would appreciate ancestry information on Thankful Frances Ingerson. (1845- 1930) and Nathan Mosher (1839-1865)

Thankful Frances Ingerson married Nathan Mosher July 9, 1861 in Steuben Co. NY.

- 1850 census – lived Ridgebury, Bradford , Pennsylvania
- 1860 census – lived Tioga, Pennsylvania

Charlotte Marayea b: 3 AUG 1862 in PA
Thankful Frances b: 12 MAR 1864

Thankful Frances Ingerson
- Father: D. D. INGERSON b: 1805 in NY
Mother: Lucy JUDD b: 1810 in NY; married Freeman Harris in 1847
- married Robert Bailey in Oct of 1865 in Tioga, Tioga Co. PA.

Nathan Mosher
b 1839 in Tioga Co, PA
Death: 31 MAR 1865 in Gravelly Run, Petersburg, VA

Nathan MOSHER was born about 1839 in Tioga PA (or NY). He enlisted 14
Sep 1864 as a Private in Co K., 210th PA Infantry and was killed 31
March 1865 at Gravelly Run, Virginia, (Civil War). According to the
Wellsboro PA Historical Research Dept. of Tioga County, PA, he was
listed as having two minor children...Charlotte and Frances. In January
of 1867, after Nathan MOSHER’S death, Thankful BAILEY petitioned the
court on their behalf. A guardian was appointed by the name of Dennis
KINGSLEY. In February of 1869, Frances MOSHER died. The final accounts
given were dated December 5, 1873.

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