The Mosier Pioneer Cemetery is one of the most tangible links to the history of Mosier, telling the story of its founders and early settlers. There are five upright monuments, two broken tablet markers, and several smaller footstones still on site.
Albert Huskey: Born in Sevier, Tennessee in 1832 and died June 18,1890.
Married to Matilda Jane Webb in January 1842 and had three children;
George W., John Wesley, and Joseph Russell.
Great nephew of Mariah Edith (Prather) Judy.
Edith Judy Prather: Born in 1869 in Trenton, Missouri, and died on March 18th, 1896, 27 years old. Daughter of Reece and Harriett J (Hall) Prather. Myra Prather: Born in 1809 and died on Feb 5, 1899 at 90 years old.
Benjamin F. Mosier: Born in 1858 and died Aug 3, 1879, 20 years old. Son of Jonah and Jane (1st wife) Mosier.
Jane Rollins Mosier: Born on Feb 14, 1824 in Bourbon County, Kentucky and died August 28, 1865 at 41 years old.
Jonah H. Mosier: Morn on March 10, 1821 and died Spet. 6, 1894 at 73 years old. First settler in Mosier on a Donation Land Claim. Started the cemetery most likely after his wife Jane died in 1865.
Mildred Philips: Born on January 21, 1894 and died Dec. 11, 1901 at 7 years old. Etched in the grave marker are the words: “Our darling’s last question: The Lord knows more about us Than we know about him, Don’t he Papa”.
Dawson L. Reynolds: Born in 1830 in Virginia and died September 4, 1873, age 43 years. Said to have built the Jonah Mosier home.