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Anton Moser

1821 - 1908

Moser, Anton, b. Dec 26, 1821, d. Oct 1, 1908 

Moser, Caroline, b. Mar 31, 1813, d. Sep 10, 1908


Watertown Gazette, 10 09 1908


Anton Moser died of pneumonia in Chicago last week Thursday, having been ill only two days.  His remains were brought here on Sunday and interred in the Oak Hill Cemetery. 


Deceased was an old resident of Watertown, and after the death of his wife [Caroline] here a month ago, went to Chicago to reside. 


He was 86 years of age.


Mrs. Anton Moser

1813 - 1908

Watertown Gazette, 09 18 1908


On Thursday, Sept 10, 1908, Mrs. Anton Moser, .811 Garfield Street, died of general debility, aged 95 years.  Deceased was born at Birlbach, Germany, March 31, 1813, and after her marriage to Philip Moser, came to America, locating in New Orleans in 1840.  The following year she and her husband returned to Germany, coming to New Orleans again in 1848. 


In 1849 they located in Watertown, and in 1851 her husband died.  In 1852 she married Anton Moser, who survives her.  Seven children were born to her, six of whom are living, being John Muth, Watertown ; Mrs. Conrad Jaehries, Mrs. William Wagner, Chicago; Mrs. L. W. Krueger, Milwaukee; Mrs. C. F. Wooley, Mrs. Chas. Munth, Chicago.  Thirty-two grand children and eight great grandchildren also survive




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