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Author:   Peters, James
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3. Title:   Obituary
Page:   see notes for James Mouser
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Page:   Clyde Mouser [email protected]
5. Title:   1930 census
Page:   Missouri, Madison, Saint Francois, Dist 9, im 1/8
6. Title:   1920 census
Page:   Missouri, Scott, Sylvania, im 12/35

a. Note:   ) Mouser. He married Catherine Louise Hunt, September 2, 1939. She died December 8, 1979. Al married Lora Ann (East) Mouser, December 31, 1980 in St. Louis. Al was preceded in death by his first wife, Catherine; and four brothers, Clark, Floyd, Harrison and Harry. Survivors include his wife, Ann Mouser of St. Louis; son James Mouser of St. Peters, Missouri; daughter Karen Mouser of California; stepson Daniel Mouser of Ballwin, Missouri; stepdaughter, Patsy Chetta of Webster Groves; two brothers Lloyd Mouser of Fredericktown and Charles Mouser of Arnold, Missouri; a sister Faye Phillips of St. Louis; four grandchildren and one great grandson. Al served in the U.S. Navy SeaBees during World War II. He received the victory Medal and was honorably discharged January 5, 1946 as a Carpenter's Mate Third Class. In 1953, he was ordained a Baptist Minister at the Crossroads Mission in Bland, Missouri. He then attended the Clear Creek Mountain Preacher's College in Pineville, Kentucky. Services were June 28, 2000, at First Baptist Church in Cuba, under the direction of Britton Brothers Funeral Home in Cuba. Burial was at Meramec Hills Cemetery in Cuba.
Note: The Rev. James Alford ¬ĎAl' Mouser, 83, formerly of Cuba, Missouri, died Saturday, June 24, 2000, at the St. Peters Manor, in St. Peters, Missouri. He was born February 7, 1917, in Madison County, the son of Samuel and Flava (Young is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.