Henry G Moyer
Born August 28, 1848, parents Henry A. and Sarah (Gerhart) Moyer. Married Emeline Seiple.
Henry G. MOYER, born and reared on his father's farm in Hilltown, attended the public schools, and later other institutions of learning, and closed his education with a course at Quaker City Business College, Philadelphia, from which he graduated with high honors in 1868, at the age of twenty. In 1879 he was elected justice of the peace, and since that time has done a large amount of public business, officiating as executor, administrator and agent in the settlement of estates, attending to the survey and transfer of real estate and other business of a public character. In 1882 he purchased a one-half interest in "The Central News," a paper published at Perkasie, with Mahlon SELLERS, and conducted it under the firm name of Mahlon Sellers & Co., becoming one of its editors. Mr. SELLERS' dying soon after, his interest in the paper was purchased by Samuel R. KRAMER, and the firm name became Moyer & Kramer, and that firm conducted the paper and a job printing office in connection therewith until 1904.