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 The inscription on the monument in the Jewish cemetery reads: "Felix Moses, a Confederate Soldier and a True Friend- 1827-1886."​ The inscription on the monument in the Jewish cemetery reads: "Felix Moses, a Confederate Soldier and a True Friend- 1827-1886."​
  
-Recorded as being present at the memorial services in Cincinnati presided over by the late Rabbi David Philipson, we find the following pioneer Boone County family names: Brady, Bristow, Campbell, Childress, [[conner family|Conner]],​ [[crisler family|Crisler]],​ [[gaines family|Gaines]],​ Goodridge, [[grant family|Grant]],​ Graves, Helm, Hewitt, Huey, Kelly, Kennedy, Lamkin, Lassing, Norman, Parker, Presser, [[riddell family|Riddle]],​ [[riley family|Riley]],​ Robinson, [[rouse family|Rouse]],​ [[ryle family|Ryle]],​ Scott, Smith, [[souther family|Souther]],​ Stephens, Sullivan, [[terrill family|Terrill]],​ [[utz family|Utz]],​ [[walton family|Walton]] and White.+Recorded as being present at the memorial services in Cincinnati presided over by the late Rabbi David Philipson, we find the following pioneer Boone County family names: Brady, Bristow, Campbell, Childress, [[conner family|Conner]],​ [[crisler family|Crisler]],​ [[gaines family|Gaines]],​ Goodridge, [[grant family|Grant]],​ Graves, Helm, Hewitt, Huey, Kelly, Kennedy, Lamkin, Lassing, Norman, Parker, Presser, [[riddell family|Riddle]],​ [[riley family|Riley]],​ Robinson, [[rouse family|Rouse]],​ [[ryle family|Ryle]],​ Scott, Smith, [[souther family|Souther]], ​[[stephens_family|Stephens]], Sullivan, [[terrill family|Terrill]],​ [[utz family|Utz]],​ [[walton family|Walton]] and White.
  
 Other Boone County historians say that after the body had been removed to Cincinnati for the Jewish burial, a Christian funeral service was preached at [[Florence Christian Church]]. ​ It was not unusual, they said to hold services after the body had been interred. ​ Mose made Florence his home during his entire peddling career. ​ Florence Christian Church still is in use today. ​ It stands at the junction of U.S. 25 and U.S. 42. Other Boone County historians say that after the body had been removed to Cincinnati for the Jewish burial, a Christian funeral service was preached at [[Florence Christian Church]]. ​ It was not unusual, they said to hold services after the body had been interred. ​ Mose made Florence his home during his entire peddling career. ​ Florence Christian Church still is in use today. ​ It stands at the junction of U.S. 25 and U.S. 42.
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