"At the end of each sketch, to the extent possible, is shown the source and date of original publication. There are numerous sketches from the Fannie O. Jones Scrap Book. These will be identified by the term, 'FOJ Collection'. In some cases, dates of publication were unavailable." Wayne Spiller , Compiler of McCulloch County History, Vol. I. 1976
Arthur Moseley, 55, is rounding out an even half century, as a citizen of McCulloch County and the Rochelle community. Born November 18, 1881, at Adairville, Ky., Mr. Moseley came to Texas in 1884, and after a two-year's residence at Lampasas came on to Rochelle, where he has lived since. He is one of the leading stock farmers, owning and operating a two-section ranch east of Rochelle. He was married December 23, 1908 to Miss Mattie Scales at Claxton community. They have four children, Bob, Berta Sue and Hubert of Rochelle, and Arthur Lee, student at T.C.U. Mr. Moseley has taken active part in all community activities, and is a strong booster for his home county and its progress in every line of industry. Among other duties, he served as president of the Rochelle Home Products show this year, and which was accounted one of the most successful community exhibits in this section of the state.