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Welcome to the Ripley-Omand Family Tree!
 Last Updated: 11 Jan 2012

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James Mosher
Relation to Caelyn and Jayd'n Omand: 7x GREAT-GRANDFATHER

 
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Children:
   b. 1750+/-
  Olive Mosher

b. 1752+/-
  Amy Mosher

b. 1754+/-
  Sarah Mosher

b. 1756+/-
  Jehu Mosher

b. 1758+/-
  Barzillai Mosher

b. 1762+/-
  Lydia Mosher

b. 1764+/-
  Allen Mosher

b. 1766+/-
  Deliverance Mosher

b. 1768+/-
  Rhoda Mosher

b. 1770+/-
  Nicholas Mosher

b. 1772+/-
* Joseph Mosher

b. 1774+/-
  George Mosher

b. 1776+/-
  Elizabeth Mosher
James Mosher
Birth: 1725+/-

Spouse(s):
   m. 1750+/-
Lydia Allen
   (b. 1725+/-)

Sibling(s):
   b. 1725+/-
  Freelove Mosher

b. 1725+/-
  Margaret Mosher

b. 1725+/-
  Mercy Mosher

b. 1725+/-
  Elizabeth Mosher

b. 1725+/-
  Susannah Mosher

b. 1725+/-
  Nicholas Mosher

b. 1725+/-
  Wilcox Mosher

b. 1725+/-
  Jabez Mosher

b. 1725+/-
  Rebecca Mosher

b. 1725+/-
  Deliverance Mosher
* Hugh Mosher
(b. 1650+/- - d. 1713)
* Nicholas Mosher
(b. 1675+/-)
* Nicholas Mosher
(b. 1702)

 

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References:
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nshants/resources/reference/book/mosher1891/

 


Comments:
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James and Lydia and some three or four of the children who were born at the date of their departure, 1760, came to Nova Scotia and landed at a creek on the Avon River, with several others from Rhode Island, and named the place Newport Landing.
The Post Office at that place is still called Newport Landing, and the place re-named Avondale by the late inhabitants.
James Mosher was one of the seventy proprietors who took up the Township of Newport, which comprised some twelve miles square, more or less.
James Mosher was a millwright, and built the first mill in the Township of Newport for grinding grain for the seventy proprietors, which was built where Alexander Cochran now has mills on the River Herbert.


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