DIED--AT Manlius village, on the 27th inst. Miss SUSAN MOSELY, daughter of Mr. Harry Mosely, aged 18 years.
During a lingering sickness, (the Consumption,) of which Miss Mosely died, were exemplified the happy fruits of early piety. A calm and patient endurance of suffering--a meek and humble resignation and trust in her Divine Redeemer, characterised her whole conduct, added a peculiar interest to her situation, and gave an assurance that she was "ripening for the skies." Amiable and affectionate in her disposition, engaging and pre-possessing in her manners, with a mind well cultivated, she gave promise of happiness to her friends and usefullness in society. But in the dispensation of an inscrutable Providence, the flower that put forth its early, and beautiful blossoms, has been transplanted, as we trust, to a holier clime, there to blossom in immortal freshness.
Onondaga Standard (Syracuse, NY), 30 Dec 1829
**Not my relative...posting an obit that was found.**