There would be data on Moses Wiggins at the Records Dept in the Court House annex in Logan. I have the Graves Registration cards that show Geo. W. Wiggins as a Civil war Veteran buried in Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Salt Creek Township in 1903. dob 31 Dec., 1824 I checked tha mt. Carmel cemetery reading and found there are several Wiggins buried there, but not Moses.
Moses and Thomas are listed as property owners in Salt Creek Twp in 1836. Owning chattel goods were Moses, John F., and widow Wiggins. In 1837 Moses, Thomas, and John P.were listed as property owners. Moses, John T and Zechekiah were listed as having chattel goods. In 1839 property was owned by Thos, Moses, John P., and John Thompson Wiggins. CVhattels were listed to Fredk Wiggins, Moses and John T. Wiggins. Any of the tax records are available from the Records Dept. They are available as an index, (which does show the range, township, and section the land was located in), or a domplete listing which shows the above plus the amount of taxes paid. The chattel goods show the taxes paid--$40 per horse, and $8 per cow).
I can give you information on how to order them if you wish. The records dept may have estate records, and has the birth and death records from 1867-1908. Marriage records start in 1818. Hope this helps a little.Kay