MOSES H. GREGG, well known in farming circles of Haddon township, Sullivan county, is a native of this township, where he was born September 20, 1839, three miles south of Carlisle, Indiana, a son of Elijah and Nancy (Pell) Gregg. The father was born in North Carolina in 1800, and died in 1876. The mother was born in Virginia and married in that state. They drove overland to Wayne county, Indiana, where they located for a while, but later removed to Sullivan county, locating south of Carlisle, where they remained until their death. Elijah Gregg was a Republican and a public-spirited citizen, who always tilled the soil for his livelihood. He owned one hundred and eight acres at the time of his death. The children born to him were as follows: Eveline, deceased; William, residing in Montana; Henry, of Haddon township; Lott B., deceased; Galvin, of Montana; Oliver P., of Montana; Moses H., of this notice; Elijah, of Montana; Milton, residing in the west.

Moses H., the seventh child in the family of Elijah and Nancy (Pell) Gregg, farmed with his father until thirty-five years of age, and then began to farm independently, continuing until the present time. He has chosen to live the life of a bachelor and farms his forty-acre farm. Politically, he is a believer in the principles of the Republican party. He is thoroughgoing and methodical in all he undertakes, as can be observed by an inspection of his well cultivated fields.