He was born on May 9, 1870, in Andersby properties in Dannemora parish, Uppsala county.
He lived in his parents' home until 1795, when he moved from home. Where he was during the following three years is not known. From the year 1798 he once again lived at home in Andersby properties. Anders became, like his father, a minehand.
He married, in the year 1808, the widow Catharina Ersdotter, from Gisselby in the same parish. After the marriage he moved to his wife in Gisselby. He was to live in Gisselby for the following 20 years. After his wife's death, in the year 1827, Anders stayed in Gisselby for five more years. All their children had left home by that time.
In the year 1831 Anders returned back to the house that he came from in Andersby. The home had now been taken over by his brother, Per Moberg, who also worked as a minehand.
He lived in his brother's home until he died, on July 29, 1833. He was 55 years old when he died.