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From: "Michael S Moser" <>
Subject: Re: [ARIZARD-L] New Subscriber
Date: Wed, 29 Sep 1999 20:38:28 -0700
Thank you for the lead. Yes, I've read the biography which is of Jacob W.
Moser, son of Barnett. I am Jacob's great grand nephew. Your help is
----- Original Message -----
From: Sandra Wright <>
Sent: Wednesday, September 29, 1999 8:23 PM
Subject: Re: [ARIZARD-L] New Subscriber
> Have you read the biography of the Jacob Mosier Sr., that is in the
> Goodspeeds Biographical and Historical Memoirs?
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Michael S Moser <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Thursday, September 23, 1999 9:00 PM
> Subject: [ARIZARD-L] New Subscriber
> > Hello and Greetings Izard County Researchers!
> > Researching MOSER / FULBRIGHT / LANGSTON / SIPE, among others.
> > My name is Michael Steven MOSER and I live in Bakersfield, California.
> MOSER line is as follows:
> > Michael S. MOSER > Roland Collins MOSER > James Wesley MOSER > Henry
> A. MOSER and beyond in North Carolina, Pennsylvania and
> > Many of those posting to this list are familiar to me by name. Izard
> County research has become an obsession of mine and I look forward to
> another trip to northern Arkansas soon. The kindness and generosity of
> people of northern Arkansas are virtues I cherish most.
> > The lack of postings on my MOSER and FULBRIGHT surnames is somewhat
> surprising to me. Maybe they are all waiting on the sidelines as was
> until encouraged by Jean to participate. MOSER, FULBRIGHT and families
> reportededly in northern Arkansas as early as 1825, LANGSTONS even
> Large numbers of their descendents remain in the areas of Izard,
> Independence and Sharp Counties.
> > I have noted that Leah STINE is a recent poster to your list. Leah and
> have corresponded many times with regard to our individual MOSER lines and
> in particular about the confusion surrounding 'Caney' MOSER. She has one
> her line as well as myself in a different line. Both were living in the
> same general area of Izard County (Gid and Mt. Pleasant/Little Lafferty
> Creek) during the same general time period. We are always interested in
> finding and corresponding with the descendents of these two 'Caney' MOSER
> > To express my greatest desire for information, it is concerning a Bounty
> Warrant issued 30 Apr 1822 to a Jacob MOSER of North Carolina for 160
> in Section 11, Township 16 North, Range 5 West. This land was apparently
> offered for Jacob's service in the War of 1812. It now resides in Sharp
> County, 3-1/2 miles east of Cave City and was originally part of greater
> Lawrence County in 1822. The Fairview Cemetery now covers this property
> I could find no markers for the MOSER surname. The identity of this Jacob
> MOSER is not known to me. Barnett, John, Samuel and Susan MOSER were
> children of a Jacob MOSER, Sr. but he died around 1795 in Lincoln County,
> North Carolina. There was a son, Jacob MOSER, Jr. (brother to Barnett,
> John, Samuel and Susan) who would have been the right age to have served
> the War of 1812 but he never left North Carolina and didn't serve, as I
> determine. Jacob FULBRIGHT and his wife (the above mentioned), Susan
> are reported to have been!
> > in the area of Lawrence/Sharp/Izard/Independence County in 1825. Their
> "assumed" daughter, Sarah, married in Independence County, 31
> 1830. The burning questions are: 1) who was this Jacob MOSER? and 2)
> if any, was his relationship to Susan MOSER and Jacob FULBRIGHT who
> in 1825?
> > I assure you, all Californians aren't as long-winded as I've been here.
> told you...it is an obsession and my passion.
> > Hope to see some MOSER and related postings soon! Thank you everyone
> sharing in this forum.
> > Gratefully,
> > Michael S. Moser
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