52. Isaac Hosier was born about 1785. Polly Hasley and Isaac Hosier were married in 1810.
53. Polly Hasley was born (date unknown).
|Isaac Hosier was born on 13 October 1810 in Onondaga Co., New York.13,210 He died on 12 April 1885 at the age of 74.211 He was buried in Maple Grove Cemetery, Ashville, Chautauqua Co., New York.133 On the 1865 New York State Census of Harmony, Chautauqua Co., New York Isaac states his occupation in UB Clergyman. United Brethren ?|
On the U. S. Census of Blockville, Chautauqua Co., New York in 1880 shows Isaac and his wife Arvilla and their daughter Addie A. Isaac's occupation is fisherman.
|William Hosier was born on 18 April 1811 in Pennsylvania.13 He died on 21 November 1898 at the age of 87 in Plymouth, Carroll Co., Missouri.212 He was buried in Plymouth Cemetery, Plymouth, Carroll Co., Missouri. Obituary: Hosier - Wm. Hozier was born, April 28, 1811, in Chautaqua county, N. Y. And emigrated to Adams county, Ills., in 1832. He married Miss Nancy Hanks, March 16, 1842, near Quincy, Ills. His companion died on Jan. 15, 1890. He moved with his family from Adams county, Ills., to Livingston county, Mo., in 1867. His death occurred, Nov. 21, 1898. Mr. Hozier was converted and joined the Church in early years, and not only lived a consistent Christian life, but was a constant laborer in the vineyard of the Lord, and a pillar in the Church. About two years ago he said to the writer, "I want you to preach my funeral sermon; you preached mother's funeral sermon (his wife's), and I want you to preach mine. And just say to the people I died as I lived." He was a part of the history of this county. The Church owes much of its prosperity to his labors and godly life. His funeral sermon was preached by the writer, Nov. 23, 1898, at our church at Plymouth, Mo., where his membership was. He leaves two sons, four daughters, twenty grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. D. C. Feese.|
Obituaries - Wm. Hosier was born April 28, 1811, in Chautauqua county, N. Y. And emigrated to Adams county, Ills., in 1832. He married Miss Nancy Hanks, March 16, 1842, near Quincy, Ills. There were seven children born of this union, three boys and four girls. The eldest boy died when about two years old and his companion departed this life Jan. 15. 1890. He moved with his family from Adams county, Ills., to Livingston county, Mo., in 1867, and lived on a farm that he improved and made a comfortable home, till his death which occurred Nov. 21, 1898. Brother Hosier's life was such that he exemplified the fact that an honest man is the noblest work of God. He was converted and joined the M. E. Church in early life and not only lived a consistent Christian, but was a constant laborer in the vineyard of the Lord, and a pillar in the Church, able in prayer, eloquent in exhortation, convincing many that Jesus was the very Christ, the Savior of the world. About two years ago he said to the writer, "I want you to preach my funeral; you preached mother's funeral (his wife's), and I want you to preach mine. And just say to the people I died as I lived." He was a part of the history of this country. The church owes much of its prosperity to his labors and Godly life. His funeral sermon was preached by the writer Nov. 23, 1898, at the M. E. Church at Plymouth, Mo., where his membership was, to a large and sorrowing assembly, and his remains were nicely laid to rest in the beautiful cemetery near that place. He leaves two sons, four daughters, twenty grandchildren, three great-grandchildren and many friends to mourn his loss. Truly a great man has fallen in Isreal. He is not dead - the father of our affection - But gone unto that school Where he no longer needs our poor protection, and Christ himself doth rule.
Listed on the 1888 Ludlow, Livingston County, Missouri Voters list as Wm Hosier.
Located this family in the 1860 census, Melrose Twp, P.O. Quincy, Adams County, Illinois, family #1722, lines 29-36. Wiliam's place of birth was listed as Pennsylvania, Nancy in Indiana and children all Illinois. Addie was not listed with the family, but a daughter with name of Elizabeth, age 6, born in Illinois was.
Headstone has born Apr. 28, 1811 - Died Nov. 2, 1892.
The above was provided by Tom Black who received it from Doris Curry.
|Chancy Hosier was born in 1818 in Pennsylvania.13,213 He died between 1850 and 1851 at the age of 32 in California.214|
|Sarah "Sally" Hosier was born in 1820 in Pennsylvania.214 She died on 21 September 1890 at the age of 70 in Wilmington, Mercer Co., Pennsylvania.214 She was buried in John Black Farm, Wilmington Township, Mercer Co., Pennsylvania.214|
|John Carlie Hosier.|
|Alminda C. Hosier was born on 5 April 1827 in Harmony, Chautauqua Co., New York.13 She died on 7 January 1913 at the age of 85 in Manchester, Delaware Co., Iowa.215 She was buried in Oakland Cemetery, Manchester, Delaware Co., Iowa.164,215 On the U. S. Census of 1900 for Manchester City, Delaware Co., Iowa Alminda appears in the household of her son-in-law Frank Noyes, daughter Ada and daughter Ida Hosier.|
Richard Dale Hosier states in his research: Manchester Press, Manchester, Iowa, 16 January 1913: Almina E. Hosier, widow of Curtis C. Peers, born in Harmony, New York, 5 April 1826, no surviving brothers or sisters was buried in Manchester, Iowa.
|Ansel P. Hosier was born on 22 August 1829 in Warren Co., Pennsylvania.13 He died on 5 February 1895 at the age of 65 in Washington Co., Kansas.134 He was buried in Washington Cemetery, Washington, Washington Co., Kansas.216 He is on the 1856 Census Delhi, Delaware County, Iowa.|
On the 1860 U. S. Census of Washington, Monroe Co., Missouri, A. P. Hosier appears with his wife Alvira and children Mary M. age 11, Alice age 4, George W. age 2 and John 3/12. Everyone was born in New York with the exception of A. P. who was born in Pennsylvania and John born in Missouri. A. P. is a farmer.
He enlisted at Thornapple, Barry County, Michigan, Company C, 21st. Michigan Infantry in the Civil War. Pensioned.
The family is on the 1880 United States Census at Kirwin, Phillips Co., Kansas page 114A: Ansel B. Hosier, age 50 born PA; Ovire [sp] wife, age 48 born PA; John E. son, age 20 born MO; Lottie, daughter, age 15 born MI; William, son, age 13 born MO and Frank, son, age 11, born MO.
Ansel P. Hosier appears on list of pensioners in 1883 at Washington County, Kansas. Ansel's certificate number is 79, 254. This information was found on-line through Gen Web Archives.
On the 1885 Kansas State Census for Washington Co., A. P. appears with his wife Alvira and sons William and Franklin. A. P.'s occupation is stone mason. This census asks about military service. Answered yes to honorably discharged from Michigan Company C, 21st, regiment, infantry. To the question, Name of Prison in which confined as a prisoner of war, if any, it states Castle Thunder.
Obituary from the Washington Register, February 8, 1895: O.P. Hosier died at his home in the city on Tuesday morning last, February 5th, 1895, after a lingering illness, at the age of 65 years. He will be buried by the G. A. R. Post---of which he has been Chaplin for a number of years---from the M.E. church, Rev. Becher officiating. He leaves a wife and three children to mourn his loss.
|Ellen Hosier was born about 1830.13 She died about 1830 at the age of 0.|