Hallock Moseley was born to Julia Daniels Moseley and Charles Scott Moseley on July 6, 1883, in the original log cabin on the Moseley Homestead in Limona, Florida. Hallock spent most of his adult life as a seaman. He traveled around the world as an engineer in the Navy and later with the Merchant Marines. His correspondence, gifts, and beautiful postcards from all his travels during the World War I era, still adorn the home today.
He married Ruby (Rubie) Winifred Mitchell in 1917, and on March 21, 1919, they celebrated the birth of their daughter Julia Winifred Moseley, who at 101 years of age still lives in the house today. After his maritime career, Hal returned to Limona and, in the 1940s he worked as an engineer in a Tampa cigar box factory. Hallock died August 20, 1956 at age 73 and is buried with his family in the historic Limona Cemetery, near the Moseley Homestead.