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A full ledger slab of marble with inscription marking the grave of Julia Daniels Moseley at the Limona Cemetery, Florida. The Limona Cemetery is a historic cemetery on Lakewood Drive in present-day Brandon. It was founded in 1876 in the prosperous town of Limona. Lakewood Drive was part of the old Seminole trail that led to Fort Brooke. Julia Daniels Moseley was an artist and prolific writer and corresponded with family and friends around the world. Her letters and writings were gathered together by her granddaughter Julia Winifred Moseley into an edited volume entitled “Come to My Sunland: letters of Julia Daniels Moseley from the Florida frontier, 1882-1886.” These notes to family and friends provide insight into these pioneering times from a woman’s perspective. Julia was married to Charles Scott Moseley, engineer and watchmaker with numerous patents and important manufacturing inventions. Along with her children and extended family, the Moseley’s lived on a c.1886 lakeside homestead is today an NRHP site.