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Obituary of Aaron Moss of Huntington County, Indiana, 1848 - 1924
The following obit was found in the Fisher Family Bible. It appears to
have belonged to Henry Fisher who was the son of George and Barbara Moss
Fisher. This obit was glued to the inside of the Bible. [Terri Saylor]
IN MEMORY OF ELDER AARON MOSS
Eld. Aaron Moss, son of David and Mary Moss, born in Cass County,
Ind., July 5, 1848, and died May 16, 1924, at the home of his son
Charles Moss, Huntington County, Ind., at the age of seventy-five years,
eight months and eleven days.
Oct. 13, 1872, he married Sarah Ellen Winger who preceded him in
1883. To this union were born three daughters and one son. He married
Catherine Reisinger Nov. 7, 1885. There were two sons and three
daughters. One daughter died in infancy. He leaves his wife, eight
children, thirty grandchildren and four great-grandchildren, two sisters
and five brothers.
He united with the church soon after his first
marriage; was elected to the deacon's office in June, 1874; to the
ministry in June, 1875; advanced to the second degree of the ministry in
December, 1885; ordained to the full ministry April 17, 1896. In this
capacity he served most faithfully for many years. He lived in the
Roann, Howard, Landessville, Huntington City, Salamonie and West
Manchester congregations. He has had the care of several churches, and
won and baptized many souls for the Master. It was his greatest pleasure
to go where there were isolated members. He carried on his evangelistic
activities at a great sacrifice. One great feature of his work was to
visit the sick. He was much interested in young ministers. He always had
a burning desire to see men saved, and a passionate love for the church.
He was in failing health for some time, and confined to his home most of
the winter. He was anointed in December and expressed himself to be
willing to submit to the Lord's will.
Services in the Salamonie church by Eld. Abraham Miller, assisted
by Eld. Robert Miller. Burial in the Vernon cemetery.
Abraham Miller, Anderson, Ind.
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