Biography of Moses Kear
Salem Township, Wyandot County, OH Biographies





MOSES KEAR is a native of this township, born November 28, 1853. He is a son of M. O. and Laura (Hulse) Kear, also natives of this county, their children being Moses, Rosetta and John R. Mrs. Rear died November 2, 1857, and Mr. Kear was again married March 4, 1860, to Miss Lydia C. Petty, and three children have been born to them; George W., Thomas B. and Effie L. Moses Kear obtained a good education, attending the Upper Sandusky Union School three terms in 1811. He obtained his first certificate to teach at the age of eighteen, beginning his work in the Lovell School, teaching three winter terms. He was married, March 23, 1875, to Hannah L. Wagel, who inherited sixty eight acres of land, on which they located in 1876. In 1878, they removed to Kansas, residing one year, returning to his farm in 1879, since which he has engaged in agricultural pursuits. His only child is Leona Maud, born December 31, 1875. Mr. Kear is a Republican, himself and Mrs. Kear members of the Church of God.

Kear Biographies

Kear, Henry
Kear, James
Kear, Milton
Kear, Moses
Kear, Nathan


From:
The History of Wyandot County, Ohio
Liggett, Canaway & Co.,
Chicago 1884


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