Obit: Moser, Frederick (1853 - 1932)
Contact:  Lani Bartelt

Surnames: Moser, Ramseley, Christen, Mietzke, Weidler

----Sources: Humbird Enterprise Newspaper (Humbird, Wis.) Dec. 24, 1932

Moser, Frederick (10 Sept. 1853 - 15 Dec. 1932)

Frederick Moser was born in Laudiswil, Canton, Bern, Switzerland, Sept. 10,1853, where he grew to young manhood.

On Feb. 4th, 1882 he was united in marriage to Anna Marie Ramseley. Two years later he came with his wife to America, settling in Green county, Wisconsin. For the following ten years he was engaged in cheese making in various places in that county.

Mr. Moser then moved with his family to Columbia, Clark county, being one of the early pioneer farmers settling there.

In 1919 he sold his farm, spending the following year in Cloverdale, Oregon, returning to Wisconsin in 1921, and making his home in Neillsville, Wis.

On account of failing health of late years he has been making his home with his daughter, Mrs. Arthur Christen, near Humbird, where he passed away Dec. 15, 1932, reaching the age of 79 years, 3 months and 5 days.

Surviving him are his wife, and four children: Robert, of Neillsville; Frederick, of Rockford, Ill.; Marie (Mrs. F. J.) Mietzke, of Toledo, Wis.; and Emma (Mrs. Arthur) Christen, Humbird.

One child preceded him in death. Besides his immediate family, he is also survived by seven grandchildren; and there are three brothers and three sisters all living in Switzerland.

It was the privilege of Mr. and Mrs. Moser to celebrate their golden wedding anniversary on Feb. 4th, last.

Funeral services were held at the Reformed church in Humbird, on Sunday afternoon, Dec 18th , the pastor, Rev. V. D. Weidler preaching the burial sermon. Interment was in Mentor Cemetery.



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