DANIEL MOYER, a successful farmer and citizen of Cooper township, was born in Kylerstown, Pa., Feb. 26, 1872,
a son of Peter and Mary E. (Adams) Moyer. His mother, a daughter of Thomas Adams, was born in Montour county, Pa.,
her marriage to Peter Moyer taking place Feb. 11, 1867. Of their three children, two died in infancy, namely Mary
Eve and Samuel.
Daniel Moyer was the youngest of his parents' children. He was educated in the public schools of his native locality
and subsequently learned the butcher's trade, also mercantile business. In 1896 he turned his attention to agriculture
and now resides on a well cultivated farm of 77 acres, which he managed personally up to Dec. 1, 1909. He is a
member of Lodge No. 161, K. of P., of Morrisdale Mines; Ailport Lodge No. 933, I. O. O. F.; Tomoka Lodge Red Men
No. 96, Morrisdale Mines; Oak Hill Grange at Karthaus; and Royal Order of Moose, No. 123 at Philipsburg. He was
married Oct. 9, 1894, to Miss Alice E. Kirk, of Luthersburg, this county, a daughter of Joseph H. Kirk. He and
his wife are the parents of three children, namely: Joseph Peter, Anna Mary and Frederick Daniel. Mr. Moyer is
a Democrat in politics but supports the Keystone ticket, and has served as assessor of Cooper township. He belongs
to the Presbyterian church at Kylertown. His paternal grandparents were Adam and Eve Moyer, who came to Clearfield
county from Germany with their family.
Note - Sketches unrevised by subscribers are distinguished by a small astrict (*).
Twentieth Century History of
Clearfield County, Pennsylvania
and Representative Citizens.
BY: Roland D. Swoope, Jr.
Richmond-Arnold Publishing Co,
Chicago, Ill. 1911
Clearfield County Pennsylvania Biographies
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