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A full ledger slab of marble with inscription marking the grave of Charles Scott Moseley at the Limona Cemetery, Florida. The Limona Cemetery is a historic cemetery on Lakewood Drive in Brandon, Florida. 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. Charles Scott Moseley was married to Julia Daniels Moseley who wrote “Come to My Sunland: letters of Julia Daniels Moseley from the Florida frontier, 1882-1886.” Charles was a wealthy watchmaker with the Elgin plant in Illinois, where he had a 40-year career as First Superintendent. He was an early settler to the town of Limona, moving there is 1882 with Julia and their son, Charles Scott Jr., and Julia’s step children with Charles, Florence “Frindy” Moseley and Claude Moseley. Scott had considerable land holdings and grew citrus. He was born February 28, 1828 in Westfield, Massachusetts and died November 17, 1918 in Limona, Florida.