HENRY MOSHER, farmer and brick-maker. P. O. New Philadelphia, was born in Albany County, N. Y., June 20, 1811, and is a son of George and Juda Mosher, natives of New York. where tile former died. The widow and family then moved to Goshen Township, where she married Robert Copeland. (Both are now deceased.) She was the mother of eight children, five of whom are living. Our subject was united in marriage in New York. October 2'2, 1834, with Susan, born in Albany, N. Y., April 5, 181'2, daughter of Francis and Margaret Delong, and in 1837 came to Ohio, where he purchased tile farm that he now lives on. This farm our subject and family cleared, and it is now among the finest farms on the Philadelphia plains. Mrs. Mosherdied September 16, 1880. To this union were born seven children, of whom five survive. viz.: George F., married to Louisa Brown, formerly McGregor ; Alven ; Henry P.. married to Susan Fenny Margaret, wife of David Watkins ; Mary, wife of Edwin Bourquin, deceased, Missouri E. and an infant. Our subject owns 100 acres of highly-cultivated land, and is both farmer and brick-maker. He has been a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church since 1853 ; has filled tile office of Trustee of the township, also Infirmary Director of Tuscarawas County for two terms. Politically, he is a Democrat.