Title: 1880 Federal Census "Pennsylvania County Marriages, 1885-1950"
Note: Militia. - I believe that this is the "John Mosser" found listed on the 1820 Census for Lowhill Twp., Lehigh Co., PA. Living in his household are: 2 males (<10yr); 1 male (16-26yr)(possibly a brother); 1male (26-45yr)(John) - 1 female (<10yr); 1 female (26-45yr-Catharine?). - He removed to Crawford Co., PA about 1825 and settled on a farm near Meadville (afterward occupied by Capt. Leslie). He then removed to a farm (near what is now Mosiertown) in Cussewago Twp.. Subsequently he purchased a house and lot in what is now known as the village of Mosiertown, where he kept a hotel to the time of his death in 1850. (from his son Gideon's obituary) - John and son, Gideon, kept a general store and hotel at Cussewago (now called Mosiertown), Crawford Co.,PA. Mosiertown is named after John. - He and his family are listed on the 1850 Census for Cussewago Twp., Crawford Co., PA (dwelling #7). His occupation is given as "innkeeper".
Note: - He was a veteran of the War of 1812, serving in the 1st Pennsylvania
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