NameMary Ann MOSSER
Birth1782, York County, Pennsylvania1302, p. 5.
Death? Jan 1850, Tuscarawas County, Ohio2090 Age: 68
FatherAbraham MOSSER (~1751-1822)
MotherBarbara SHEELY (-1806)
Death17 May 1842, Lawrence Township, Tuscarawas County, Ohio1364, v. 2, p. 96 (issue: 11 June 1842) Age: 66
FatherHenry TAYLOR (~1738-1801)
MotherJane WHITE (~1746-1835)
Marriage18031302, p. 5.
ChildrenJohn (1805-1874)
 Henry (1808-1879)
 Matthew (1811-)
 Joseph (1812-1896)
 Mary Ann Barbara (1815-1850)
 Eliza (~1815-)
 Abraham (1819-1900)
 Salina Jane (1821-~1850)
Notes for Mary Ann MOSSER

Biographical Sketch (1932) :1372, p. 172. "Mary Musser married John Taylor of Washington County, Pennsylvania. They came to Tuscarawas County about 1807, and settled on the Musser tract. Abraham deeded to John Taylor 200 acres of land March 11, 1814,1372, p. 172. As his authority, Farley cites Tuscarawas deeds, Old II-365. after Taylor brought suit to compel Abraham to do so. Taylor testified that 'at the commencement of the year 1805, I was a resident of Washington County, Pennsylvania,' and that Abraham urged him to move to his Ohio tract, promising him 200 acres of land, which he refused to deed to him after he came. The court sustained Taylor, and he was awarded the land. John and Mary Taylor remained in Tuscarawas County after Abraham's death."

1790 U.S. Census:97 Mary Ann enumerated in the household of her father Abraham Mosser in York County, Pennsylvania as one of four females.

1800 U.S. Census:1475 Mary Ann enumerated in the household of her father Abraham Mosser in York County, Pennsylvania as a female, aged 16 to 26. Mary Ann would have been about 17 years old. Sister Eve and husband Jacob Good were in adjoining household.

1800 Land Patent:2175, p. 4. "The first quarter township, Township 10, Range 2, of this township was entered by General Thomas Boude and Abraham Mosser, in 1800. Some of the purchasers from them were John and Christian Keller, five hundred and thirty-three acres; J. M. Bimeler, twelve hundred and seventy-five acres; and Samuel Moser, Jacob Good, Mary Taylor, Henry Hydegrass, William Christmas, John Shorb, and John Machan."

1812 Petition of John Taylor, Complainant vs. Abraham Mosser, Defendant:1169 Identifies Abraham Mosser as the father-in-law of John Taylor and identifies Mary as the wife of John Taylor.

1816 Tax List, Tuscarawas County, Ohio:1980, p. 12.,42, p. 389. Mary Taylor appears on 1816 tax list for Tuscarawas County, Ohio as owning 200 acres with moderate improvements, located in Tuscarawas County and the Zanesville Land Office District, originally owned by Mosser and Boude. The tax due is $15.57, which includes $11.07 in penalties for 1815.

1842 Declined Administration of Husband’s Estate:1299 On 21 September 1842 appraisers were appointed for the estate of John Taylor after "the widow of said dec’d having declined administering."

1842 Husband’s Estate Sale Purchase:1301 On 25 November Mary Taylor purchased a red calf during the sale of the property of John Taylor, deceased.

1843 Husband’s Estate Settlement:1301 In the final estate settlement, goods and property were set off for the "support for the widow and children" of John Taylor.

1850 Possible Death:2090 Could this death record in the 1850 Mortality Schedule for Tuscarawas County, Ohio, be Mary Taylor, widow of John Taylor? Taylor Mary B. f 67 PA Jan Consumption
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