History of Warren County, Iowa
Des Moines: Union Historical Company, 1879.
MOSHER, ASA, farmer, Sec. 22; P. O. Liberty Center, born March 22, 1802, in Washington county, New Jersey; parents moved to Deleware county, Ohio, in 1818; he came to Iowa, and settled where he now lives in 1853; owns a beautiful farm of one hundred and sixty acres, well improved; was one of the first settlers of the township; helped to organize the township Government, and voted at the first election held, at which time he was elected one of three township trustees, and has held the same office several times since; was always a strong partizan of the Old Free Soil party; he was married July 6, 1825, to Sarah P., daughter of Jonathan Bunker, a native of Nantucket Island; they had nine children: Stephen, Jonathan B., Hannah, Thomas T., Susan B., Elijah P., Sarah A., Mary A., Obediah A.; Thos. and Hannah are dead.
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