Moshier, Absalom a minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church, was born in the early part of the present century. He was first employed in secular occupations, but after his conversion he preached for many years under the presiding elder, and in 1857 entered the Black River Conference, and was stationed at Antwerp; in 1858 and 1859, at De Peyster; in 1860-61, at Rensselaer Falls; in 1862- 63, at Waddington; in 1864, at Richville; in 1865-66, at Redfield. In 1867, his health failing him, he was superannuated. He died in Hampden, Ohio, June 9, 1869. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1870, page 136.