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Mohlie, H.F. (p. 133)
On the 14 December 1898, Henry Mohlie married Mary Jacobs, daughter of John and Mary (Morris) Jacobs in whose family were six children: David; Thomas; Ellen, m. James Biggs; Elizabeth, Mary, above; and Robert.
Molsberry, F.M. (p. 15)
Moore, J.J. (p. 243)
Mr. and Mrs. Moore had three children: Bessie Beuletta b. 14 March 1881; Nellie L. b. 9 October 1885; and Frank A. b. 30 September 1892.
On the 12 September 1872, Mr. Moore married Lizzie J. Baird, a daughter of John and Mary (Acheson) Baird. There were nine children in the Baird family: J. Calvin; Lizzie J.; Euphemia m. W.W. Orr; Thomas L of Ringgold Co.; Nettie m. J. J. Moore; Ella; Lina; Emma; and Sherman.
Mr. and Mrs. Moore had four children: Mary; Maggie; Lilly and J. Fred, who was a principal of schools at Columbus City.
Morgan, J.E. (p.254)
Mr. Morgan was married in 1896 to Rachel Davis who was born in Lousia Co. on the 24h of May 1872, one of a family of six children born to D.D. and Jane (Jones) Davis. The parents,natives of Wales came to this country in 1850, first locating in New York where they lived unti l1869. The mother passed away in 1895.
Unto Mr. and Mrs. Morgan were born three children, as follows: Mildred Jane, b. 18 February 1898; Wendel D., b. 22 June 1900; and Donald E. b. 6 August 1905.
Moyers, G.W. (p. 378)
On the 11 of November 1869, Mr. Moyers married Rebecca A. Pence, the daughter of Jonathan and Polly (Tootwaler) Pence, both natives of eastern Virginia, whence they removed to West Virginia at an early day. Her father served in the Third Virginia Volunteer Army during the Civil War and after two years at the front died of exposure. The mother died in 1848. Mrs. Moyers came to Des Moines County with her brother in law, Martin Deen, his wife and her sister, when she was nineteen years old. She was the youngest of three daughters, the others were: Margaret E., the wife of D. Shumacher of West Virginia; and Mary V., the wife of Martin Dean, of Cass Co., Ia.
Mr. and Mrs. Moyers had ten children: Samuel L.; Mary L., the wife of George Dotson; Pearl Alfred; Hattie May,the wife of Samuel Walker; Cora Ellen, married Frank Hamilton; James Burton, of Des MOines CO.; Gertie Edna; Edward Nelson, Robstown,Tx; one died in infancy; and Hally Roy married Martha Catherine Baxter and had a son Dwight b. 16 August 1909.
Muller, Peter (p. 341)
Peter was seventeen years old when he came to America seeking his fortune. He landed in the United Stated on 17 September 1873, locating first in Danville, kentucky where he was a baker for ten months. He then migrated to Springfield, Ohio. He later came to Postville, Iowa and operated a bakery for twelve years. While in Postville, he married Albertina Kammine, on the 12 October 1879. Mrs. Muller was also a native of Germany, b. 28 October 1859, the daughter of Henry and Louise Kammine. Her parents emigrated to the United States in 1873 and located in Allamakee Co. The father died there in July 1909 and the mother died 27 March 1911. Mrs. Muller was the eldest of three children. Her sisters were: Tillie m. Paul Topel, Allamakee Co.; and Amelia m. Fred Duebel, of Allamakee Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Muller had no children of their own but adopted two, Lemma and May A.