The Life and Times of the Livery Man: Moses Stevens

Moses Stevens’ Deed of Trust

Behind the scenes of the Alexandria Gazette Packet’s article on, “The Life and Times of the Livery Man: Moses Stevens,” August 22, 2019.

Moses Steven was a man on a mission. He was born in 1843 in Orange County, Virginia. He was in Alexandria during the Civil War working as a laborer for the railroad. After the Civil War he married Charlotte Hedgeman. They had one son, William Henry Stevens.

Moses became wealthy in his own right. He amassed a lot of real estate and he owned his business. After the death of his wife, he married again to a widower name Carrie.

You can read the article, “The Life and Times of the Livery Man” in the Alexandria Gazette Packet on page 8 at http://connectionarchives.com/PDF/2019/082119/Alexandria.pdf.

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