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Amos Milton Musser

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Lancaster, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, United States
Death: Died in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, United States
Place of Burial: Salt Lake, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Samuel Musser and Anna Barr
Husband of Belinda Marden Pratt; Mary Elizabeth Musser; Anna Musser; Belinda Marden Musser; Ann Musser and 3 others
Father of Anna Eva Seegmiller MUSSER; Frederick Seegmiller Musser; Moroni Seegmiller Musser; William Seegmiller Musser; Roscoe Seegmiller Musser and 11 others
Brother of Elizabeth Neff; Susanna Musser; Benjamin Barr Musser; Louisa Barr Bitner; Benjamin Barr Musser and 4 others
Half brother of Breneman Barr Bitner

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About Amos Milton Musser

Wikipedia Biographical Summary:

"...Amos Milton Musser (May 20, 1830 – September 24, 1909) was a Mormon pioneer who served in many church and community roles, including as an Assistant Church Historian of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from 1902 until his death..."

"...Musser was born at Donegal, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Musser's father Samuel Musser died when he was two years old. The family moved to the vicinity of Quincy, Illinois in 1837. By this time his mother had gotten remarried to Abraham Bitner. When Musser was about 16 he was in the Battle of Nauvoo and then was driven with his mother and siblings into Iowa..."

"...On arriving in Utah Territory in 1851 as part of the Easton Kelsey Company, Musser became a clerk in the tithing office. The following year Musser was among the early Latter-day Saint missionaries to travel to India. R. Lanier Britsch's book Nothing More Heroic on this early LDS Church mission in India was written as if narrated by Musser. After this mission he returned to Utah in the William G. Young Company of 1857..."

"...Musser married his first wife Ann Leaver on January 31, 1858. Musser also married Mary Elizabeth White in 1864, Belinda Marden Pratt in 1872 and Anna Seegmiller in 1874. Belinda was a daughter of Parley P. Pratt. Musser is the father of Joseph White Musser, who became a leader in the Mormon fundamentalist movement..."

"...The community of Milton in Morgan County, Utah was named for A. Milton Musser..."

SOURCE: Wikipedia contributors, 'A. Milton Musser', Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, 28 July 2011, 14:57 UTC, <http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=A._Milton_Musser&oldid=441880871> [accessed 26 December 2011]

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Wikipedia Biographical Summary:

"...Amos Milton Musser (May 20, 1830 – September 24, 1909) was a Mormon pioneer who served in many church and community roles, including as an Assistant Church Historian of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from 1902 until his death..."

"...Musser was born at Donegal, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Musser's father Samuel Musser died when he was two years old. The family moved to the vicinity of Quincy, Illinois in 1837. By this time his mother had gotten remarried to Abraham Bitner..."

"...Musser had served for several years as a clerk in the Church Historians office prior to his appointment as Assistant Church Historian in 1902..."

"...Musser married his first wife Ann Leaver on January 31, 1858. Musser also married Mary Elizabeth White in 1864, Belinda Marden Pratt in 1872 and Anna Seegmiller in 1874. Belinda was a daughter of Parley P. Pratt. Musser is the father of Joseph White Musser, who became a leader in the Mormon fundamentalist movement..."

"...He wrote several pamphlets in defense of the faith of the Latter-day Saints. Musser died of "surgical shock" in Salt Lake City, Utah at age 79..."

"...The community of Milton in Morgan County, Utah was named for A. Milton Musser..."

SOURCE: Wikipedia contributors, 'A. Milton Musser', Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, 14 November 2010, 08:46 UTC, <http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=A._Milton_Musser&oldid=396670149> [accessed 18 February 2011]

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Amos Milton Musser's Timeline

1830
May 20, 1830
Lancaster, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, United States
1851
May 21, 1851
Age 21
December 17, 1851
Age 21
1858
January 9, 1858
Age 27
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, United States
January 31, 1858
Age 27
1864
October 1, 1864
Age 34
Salt Lake City,Salt Lake,UT
October 1, 1864
Age 34
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, United States
1866
February 4, 1866
Age 35
Meadow Creek,Millard,UT
1867
November 13, 1867
Age 37
Salt Lake City,Salt Lake,UT
1869
August 28, 1869
Age 39
Salt Lake City,Salt Lake,UT