Thomas left England in 1842 with brothers John and James. They boarded 'Tempter' for South Africa.
James arrived in South Australia from South Africa in 1853. He worked as a bookmaker, horse-breaker and a drover.
John arrived in South Australia from South Africa aboard 'Melbourne'.
Thomas left South Africa for South Australia, on board 'Melbourne' with wife Louisa and 4 children.
James and Emily were married in Willunga, South Australia.
Thomas played for West Torrens football club for 1903.
Alice worked for Harris & Kemp in the Adelaide Arcade selling baby clothes.
Twin to Stanley Gordon Mossop.
Twin to Frederick Roy Mossop
Thomas married Ellen at the residence of A.J. Clarke, Croydon SA on the 19th of June 1906.
Victor was a Company Sergeant Major, 32nd Battalion Australian Imperial Force (AIF). Victor died on wounds recieved on 12/10/1917 and then died on the 15/10/1917.
James worked as a storeman, bootmaker, Stagecoach driver for Cobb & Co. He also worked as a horse-breaker and for Sidney Kidman as a drover.
John was a Warrant Officer in the Royal Air Force from 1936. He disappeared on flight from Camden to Townsville, via Amberley. The squadron was on its way to Madang, New Guinea.
Robert brought a property in Echunga in 1959, where he grew grew potatoes, milked cows and had an egg production until 1980.
Dates for his death are unknown
John left his family farm where he had been working and moved to Kangaroo Island with wife Heather.
After John and wife Heather moved to Kangaroo Island, John began working as manager of 'Waiginna', Kangaroo Island (C Lyons prop).