42. Daniel MOWERY (59) was born on 27 Dec 1838 in Saltcreek Twp. Pickaway Co. Ohio. He was buried in Jan 1910 in Tarlton Cemetery Tarlton Pickaway Co. Ohio. He died on 12 Jan 1910 in Pickaway Co. Ohio. He was baptized into the LDS church on 17 Jan 1973 in the Logan Utah LDS temple. He was endowed on 10 Mar 1973 in the Logan Utah LDS temple. He was sealed to parents on 24 Apr 1973 in the Logan Utah LDS temple. RESIDENCES: Section 11 Saltcreek Twp. Pickaway Co. Ohio
BIOGRAPHY: History of Pickaway County Page 693 Daniel Mowery one of the well known citizens of Saltcreek Township where he owns several valuable farms was born December 27 1938 and is a son of Peter and Leah (Dunkle) Mowery. The Mowery and Dunkle families both came to America from Germany and to Ohio from Pennsylvania. The grandparents of Daniel Mowery were very early settlers in Saltcreek Township coming when their son Peter was but a small boy. The family has grown and prospered and today is one of substance and high standing in Saltcreek Township. Peter Mowery died July 19 1858 in his 57th year. He was one of the early members of the Lutheran Church of Tarlton. Daniel Mowery was reared a farmer boy and obtained his education in the schools in the vicinity of his home. From boyhood until the present time he has given attention to farming and he has been counted with the township's most successful agriculturists for many years. He owns two farms in Saltcreek Township; one the home place comprises 104 acres while the other consists of 88 acres. Mr. Mowery's wife owns a farm of 78 1/2 acres in the same township. On August 21 1865 Mr. Mowery was married to Lucinda Strous who was born November 27 1843 in Hocking County Ohio and is the daughter of Samuel and Mary (Swoyer) Strous the former of whom was born in Hocking County and the latter in Fairfield County. Samuel Strous was the son of Jacob Strous who was born in Pennsylvania and settled at an early day in Hocking County Ohio. Samuel Strous was one of Pickaway's prominent men and served as county commissioner. He brought his family to this county when Mrs. Mowery was a child and she grew to womanhood here and was educated in the Saltcreek Township schools. Mr. and Mrs. Mowery have two daughters-- Laura E. and Mary E. Mr. Mowery has always been an active supporter of the Democratic party. He has always done his duty as a good citizen in assisting in the improving of the public schools in the making of good roads and in the furthering all enterprises which in his judgment have been likely to be of benefit to the community. Both he and his wife are members of the Lutheran Church of which he has long been treasurer and in which he is a deacon.
He was married to Lucinda STROUS (daughter of Samuel STROUS and Mary SWOYER) on 21 Aug 1865. Lucinda STROUS(60) was born on 27 Nov 1842 in Hocking Co. Ohio. She died in 1908 in Ohio. NOTE: Death year in on her tombstone. She was buried in Tarlton Cemetery Tarlton Pickaway Co. Ohio. Daniel MOWERY and Lucinda STROUS had the following children:
+123 i. Laura E. MOWERY.
124 ii. Mary E. MOWERY was born on 21 Apr 1873 in Pickaway Co. Ohio. She was buried in Apr 1952 in Tarlton Cemetery Tarlton Pickaway Co. Ohio. She died on 14 Apr 1952 in Pickaway Co. Ohio. She was baptized into the LDS church on 27 Mar 1987 in the Dallas Texas LDS temple. She was endowed on 15 May 1987 in the Dallas Texas LDS temple. She was sealed to parents on 16 Jun 1987 in the Dallas Texas LDS temple. Never married
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