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Leonard Moser 1714/1721

Bread Wagon Reisterstown Road

Revolutionary War Roster Leonard Moser, born sometime between 1714-1721, a tailor by trade, was too old to serve in the Revolutionary War, but Colonial and State Records of North Carolina Vol. 22, page 1013 record that he was paid ten pounds in 1779 for furnishing clothing to the American troops.

Also had 3 sons that served.

Leonard Moser The life of Johann Leonhardt Moser.

One of the few original settlers who does show up in the limited land records of the eighteenth century was Leonard Moser, a fascinating pioneer figure. Moser arrived in Philadelphia in September 1732 aboard a ship appropriately named "Adventure."

Along Moser Road Thurmont Scrapbook - One of the possible church sites is at the Jimtown intersection on a 36 acre parcel owned by Leonard Moser, a weaver. He called this land "Germantown", and although he sold his land in 1765 to move to North Carolina, two of his sons remained in Frederick County; 200 years later the road west from Jimtown would bear the Moser name.



Moser Family Several generations and history of the Moser Family.

Moser Registry


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