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Daniell & Ditmore



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Fletcher M. CARTER and Elizabeth Fairfax DEBELL




Husband Fletcher M. CARTER

         Born: Abt 1910 - Morgan County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: February 1941 - Broward County, Florida



Wife Elizabeth Fairfax DEBELL 190

         Born: 3 November 1907 - Fayette County, West Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 31 August 1963 - Kanawha County, West Virginia
       Buried: 3 September 1963 - Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond City, Virginia


       Father: Lt. Arthur Wise DEBELL, M.D., USA (1874-1958) 2635
       Mother: Elizabeth Fairfax BEACH (cal 1880-1956) 190



 Other Spouse: Charles G. KING - 1928 - Kanawha County, West Virginia (Divorced)

 Other Spouse: Samuel C. TOMPKINS -  (Divorced in 1948)


Children

General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth Fairfax DEBELL

1930 U.S. Census, West Virginia, Kanawha County, Charleston; Series: T626 Roll: 2538 Page: 16B:
334 347 KING Charles G. Head M W 23 M 21 WV WV MD Salesman Motor Co.
-- Bell D. Wife F W 22 M 20 WV VA VA

1940 U.S. Census, Florida, Palm Beach County, West Balm Beach; Series T 627 Roll: 606 Page: 62B:
171 TOMPKINS Sam C. Head M W 45 M VA Accountant Private practice
-- Ann D. F W 34 M WV Stenographer Title Co.
On 1 April 1935, this couple resided in the same place.

Elizabeth Fairfax's third husband was Samuel Tompkins of West Palm Beach, Florida.

Mrs. Samuel Tompkins, niece, of West Palm Beach, Florida, and her brother, John D. DeBell, nephew, of Charlestown, West Virginia are named as survivors in the June 28, 1959 obituary of Miss Sallie Spotswood Beach. [The Richmond Times Dispatch, Richmond, Virginia, Sunday, June 28, 1959, Page 71]

Fairfax DeBell Tompkins, born 3 Nov 1907 in Powellton, West Virginia, died 31 Aug 1963 in Charleston, Kanawha County, West Virginia at age 55. She was the daughter of Arthur Wise and Elizabeth Fairfax [Beach] DeBell and was a widow. She resided at 612 Avon Road, West Palm Beach, Florida. Interment was in Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia on 3 Sep 1963. ["West Virginia Deaths, 1804-1999,"]


Notes: Marriage

E. Fairfax DeBell and Fletcher M. Carter applied for a marriage license in Fort Lauderdale, Broward County, Florida on 1 February 1941. E. Fairfax, age illegible, born in Fayette County, West Virginia, was a resident of Charlestown, West Virginia. She had been previously married and divorced in Charlestown. Fletcher, age 31, born in Morgan County, Georgia, was a resident of West Palm Beach, Florida. ["Florida Marriage Index, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001,"]

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James Washington CARTER and Harriet Elizabeth DANIEL




Husband James Washington CARTER 1400,1401

         Born: 8 November 1880 - Georgia 1400
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 August 1938 - Wilkinson County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Daniel Cemetery
     Marriage: 



Wife Harriet Elizabeth DANIEL 1400,1401,1402

         Born: 8 August 1887 - Wilkinson County, Georgia 1402
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 July 1921 - Wilkinson County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Daniel Family Cemetery, Wilkinson County, Georgia


       Father: James A. DANIEL (1855-1933) 304,2011
       Mother: Dora Effie HONEYCUTT (1863-1924) 606,2011




Children
1 F Fleta CARTER 1400

         Born: 17 May 1910 - Georgia 1400
   Christened: 
         Died: 10 September 1986 - Wilkinson County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Daniel Cemetery, Wilkinson County, Georgia
       Spouse: Herbert Carswell CARR
         Marr: 12 October 1940 - Wilkinson County, Georgia. (Divorced on 28 October 1947)


2 M Jessie Eldridge CARTER 1400

         Born: 7 September 1912 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 July 1925 - Wilkinson County, Georgia
       Buried: 



3 F Mildred CARTER 1400

         Born: 15 April 1918 - Wilkinson County, Georgia 1400
   Christened: 
         Died: 26 May 2010 - Wilkinson County, Georgia
       Buried: 29 May 2010 - Daniel Family Cemetery, Wilkinson County, Georgia




General Notes: Husband - James Washington CARTER

1920 U.S. Census, Wilkinson County, Passmore; Series: T625 Roll: 286 Page: 212: 133 133 CARTER James W. Head M W 39 M GA GA GA Fireman Bandit mine; -- Harriet E. Wife F W 32 M GA GA GA; -- Fleta Dau F W 9 S GA GA GA; -- Jessie E. Son M W 7 S GA GA GA; -- Mildred Dau F W 28/12 S GA GA GA.

1930 U.S. Census, Georgia, Wilkinson County, Irwinton; Series: T626 Roll: 394 Page: 5A:
84 84 CARTER James W. Head M W 49 Wd GA GA GA Carpenter Kaolin mine
-- Fleta Dau F W 19 S GA GA GA
-- Mildred Dau F W 12 S GA GA GA

James Washington Carter is buried in the Daniel Family Cemetery, Wilkinson County, Georgia. Find A Grave Memorial# 123391714 presents this obituary:
Services for James W. Carter of mcIntyre were held last Thursday at the McIntyre Baptist church with Mr. Joe Moore officiateing. Moore's Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Interment followed in Dowell [sic] cemetery. Death came after an illness of a few hours. He is survived by two daughters, Misses Fleeta and Mildred Carter of McIntyre, and one brother Tom Carter of Palatka, Fla.
Birth: Nov. 8, 1880
Death: Aug. 9, 1938

Carter Graves in the Daniel Cemetery, Wilkinson County, Georgia:
2 Fleta Carter Carr May 17, 1910 Sep 10, 1986
3 James Washington Carter Nov 8, 1880 Aug 9, 1938
4 Harriett Elizabeth Carter Aug 8, 1887 Jul 23, 1921
5 Eldredge Jesse Carter Sep 7, 1912 Jul 15, 1925
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Jay CARTER and SMITH




Husband Jay CARTER (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife SMITH 115

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Thomas Leonard SMITH (1874-1949) 4,116
       Mother: 




Children

General Notes: Wife - SMITH

"Mrs. Jay Carter of Savannah [Ga.]" is named as the surviving daughter in the Jan 28,1949 obituary of Thomas Leonard SMITH.
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Major William S. MONTGOMERY, USA, WW I & II and Lucile CARTER




Husband Major William S. MONTGOMERY, USA, WW I & II

         Born: 10 February 1890 - Hays County, Texas
   Christened: 
         Died: 13 January 1957
       Buried:  - Restland Memorial Park, Dallas County, Texas
     Marriage: 



Wife Lucile CARTER 3551

         Born: 8 August 1894 - Hill County, Texas 3551
   Christened: 
         Died: 1 May 1976 - Dallas County, Texas
       Buried:  - Restland Memorial Park, Dallas County, Texas


       Father: William Whitfield CARTER, Sr. (Abt 1860-1919) 3552
       Mother: Betty Jean FOOTE (1860-1926) 3551,3553




Children
1 F Betty J. MONTGOMERY (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Major William S. MONTGOMERY, USA, WW I & II

"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:C436-ZZM : accessed 11 May 2015), William S Montgomery, Dallas, Dallas, Texas, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 0042, sheet 16A, family 293, line 16, NARA microfilm publication T626 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002), roll 2315; FHL microfilm 2,342,049.
William S Montgomery Head M 40 TX NC MS
Lucille C Montgomery Wife F 37 TX TX TX
Betty J Montgomery Dau F 1 TX TX TX

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K4S3-M8T : accessed 11 May 2015), W S Montgomery, Ward 7, Waco, Justice Precinct 1, McLennan, Texas, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 155-30, sheet 10A, family 264, NARA digital publication T627 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012), roll 4100.
W S Montgomery Head M 50 TX Lawyer Veterans Adm.
Lucille Montgomery Wife F 47 TX
Betty Montgomery Dau F 12 TX
On 1 April 1935, this family resided in Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

William is buried in Section J, Restland Memorial Park, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 76720754:

WILLIAM S. MONTGOMERY
TEXAS
MAJOR 143 INFANTRY 36 DIV
wORLD WAR I & II
FEB 10 1890 JAN 13 1957


General Notes: Wife - Lucile CARTER

Lucile Carter Montgomery, daughter of William Carter and Bette Jean Foote, was born 8 August 1894 in Hillsboro, Texas, died 1 May 1976 in Dallas, Dallas County, Texas. She was a widow. ["Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K38B-XZ6 : accessed 11 May 2015), Bette Jean Foote in entry for Lucile Carter Montgomery, 01 May 1976; citing certificate number 35102, State Registrar Office, Austin; FHL microfilm 2,243,933.]

Jucile is buried in Section J, Restland Memorial Park, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 76720817:

LUCILE C. MONTGOMERY
AUG. 8 1894 MAY 1 1976


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Phillip Tendall CLAYTOR and Lucille CARTER




Husband Phillip Tendall CLAYTOR 2014

         Born: 17 July 1903 - Richland County, South Carolina 2014
   Christened: 
         Died: 27 March 1977 - Richland County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - St. John's Episcopal Church Cemetery


       Father: Dr. Hubert CLAYTOR, M.D. (1863-1954) 2015,2024
       Mother: Mary Huguenin CLARKSON (1874-1963) 1987,2014


     Marriage: 



Wife Lucille CARTER

         Born: 31 January 1904
   Christened: 
         Died: 4 August 1958 - Richland County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - St. John's Episcopal Church Cemetery


Children

General Notes: Husband - Phillip Tendall CLAYTOR

St. John's Episcopal Church Cemetery, Congaree, Lower Richland County, S. C.:
"Phillip Tendall Claytor
7-17-1903 - 3-27-1977"
(http://sciway3.net/clark/richland/cemstjohn.html)


General Notes: Wife - Lucille CARTER

St. John's Episcopal Church Cemetery, Congaree, Lower Richland County, S. C.:
"Lucille C. Claytor , Wife of Phillip T. Claytor
1-31-1904 - 8-4-1958"
(http://sciway3.net/clark/richland/cemstjohn.html)
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John Hall DYESS, CSA and Luvica Matilda CARTER




Husband John Hall DYESS, CSA 287

         Born: 15 March 1827 - Bibb County, Georgia 287
   Christened: 
         Died: 26 November 1864 - Franklin County, Tennessee
       Buried: 


       Father: George W. DYESS (1785-1841)
       Mother: Elizabeth EVERETT (1786-1855)


     Marriage: 25 September 1856 - Randolph County, Georgia

 Other Spouse: UNKNOWN - Abt 1846



Wife Luvica Matilda CARTER 285,287

         Born: 14 August 1840
   Christened: 
         Died: 30 March 1928 - Pike County, Alabama
       Buried: 


       Father: Joshua CARTER (1801-1910)
       Mother: Agnes BALDWIN (      -      )




Children
1 F Laura DYESS 287

         Born: 
   Christened: 1858 - Alabama
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 M Thomas D. DYESS 285,287

         Born: 8 September 1859 - Clark County, Mississippi
   Christened: 
         Died: 14 March 1938 - Pike County, Alabama
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mary Eliza BOWDEN 285
         Marr: 8 September 1881 - Clark County, Mississippi


3 M Jefferson Chandler DYESS

         Born: 1 November 1861 - Mississippi
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - John Hall DYESS, CSA

1860 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Clarke County, Energy, 1 June 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 580 Page: 684: 663 663 J. H. DYESS 33 M W Miller --- 300 GA; Matilda " 18 F W AL; A. L. " 12 M W GA; E. M. " 10 F W GA; G. S. " 8 M W GA; E. J. " 5 M W AL; Larner " 2 F W AL; Thomas D. " 8/12 M W MS.

"Company D, 8th Regiment, Mississippi Volunteers" Died in Franklin County, Tennessee on 26 November 1864."
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Adam GEIGER and Mary CARTER




Husband Adam GEIGER 128

         Born: 1828 128
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: William GEIGER (1802-1854)
       Mother: Epps Davis THREEWITS (Abt 1799-1858) 1453


     Marriage: 



Wife Mary CARTER

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - Adam GEIGER

See Eppse Davis THREEWITS notes.


General Notes: Wife - Mary CARTER

See Eppse Davis THREEWITS notes.
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Nathan CARTER




Husband Nathan CARTER

         Born: 1769 - North Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 1855 - Stewart County, Georgia
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Joshua CARTER

         Born: 18 June 1801 - Wilkes County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 1910 - Anniston, Alabama
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Agnes BALDWIN
         Marr: Bef 1828



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James Rival PUGH, Jr. and Olivia M. CARTER




Husband James Rival PUGH, Jr. 2058

         Born: 30 December 1869 - Kentucky 2056
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 January 1925 - Lewis County, Kentucky
       Buried: 


       Father: James Rival PUGH (1844-1905) 1704,2056
       Mother: Mary Cottingham HALBERT (1848-1919) 2057,2058


     Marriage: 12 September 1893



Wife Olivia M. CARTER

         Born: 23 September 1869 - Kentucky
   Christened: 
         Died: 19 August 1946 - Hamilton County, Ohio
       Buried: 21 August 1946 - Lewis County, Kentucky


Children
1 M James Rival PUGH, Jr.

         Born: February 1896 - Lewis County, Kentucky
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 February 1952 - Lewis County, Kentucky
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Ruhama DIXON
         Marr: 17 January 1918 - Richmond County, Virginia


2 F Marjorie L. PUGH

         Born: September 1898 - Lewis County, Kentucky
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 F Doris C. PUGH

         Born: 14 November 1902 - Lewis County, Kentucky
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 March 1989 - Scioto County, Ohio
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Samuel C. JOHNSON
         Marr: April 1923 - Lewis County, Kentucky



General Notes: Husband - James Rival PUGH, Jr.

"United States Census, 1900," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M9HF-624 : accessed 10 Jun 2014), James R Pugh, Magisterial District 2 Vanceburg town, Lewis, Kentucky, United States; citing sheet 5A, family 107, NARA microfilm publication T623, FHL microfilm 1240538.
107 PUGH James R. Head W M Dec 1869 30 M 6 KY KY KY Merchant
-- Oleia M. Wife W F Sept 1869 30 M 6 KY OH KY
-- James R Pugh Jr. Son W M Feb 1896 4 S KY KY KY
-- Marjorie L. Dau W F Sept 1898 1 S KY KY KY

"United States Census, 1910," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M2DN-K91 : accessed 10 Jun 2014), Doris C Pugh in household of James R Pugh, Vanceburg, Lewis, Kentucky, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 111, sheet 1B, family 15, NARA microfilm publication T624, FHL microfilm 1374495.
James R Pugh Head M 40 KY
Olevia A Pugh Wife F 40 KY
James R Pugh Son M 14 KY
Doris C Pugh Dau F 7 KY

"United States Census, 1920," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MHGN-8Y3 : accessed 10 Jun 2014), Dorris C Pugh in household of James R Pugh, Vanceburg, Lewis, Kentucky, United States; citing sheet 8A, family 200, NARA microfilm publication T625, FHL microfilm 1820586.
James R Pugh Head M 50 KY
Olivia M Pugh Wife F 50 KY
Dorris C Pugh Dau F 12 KY
Ithel W Staggs Head M 39 OH
Mary A Staggs Wife F 30 KY
Lucille Staggs Daughter F 9 KY
Grant W Staggs Son M 5 KY

James R. Pugh died in 1925 in Vanceburg, Lewis County, Kentucky. He was a son of James R. Pugh and Mary Halbut [sic, Halbert. RLD] ["Kentucky Death Records, 1911-1955," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N98V-T5T : accessed 10 Jun 2014), James R Pugh in entry for James R Pugh, 1925; citing Vanceburg, Lewis, Kentucky, 12490, Office of Vital Statistics, Frankfort; FHL microfilm 1912893.]


General Notes: Wife - Olivia M. CARTER

Olevia M. Carter married Jamrs Rival Pugh on 12 Sep 1893. James died in 1925.

"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (<https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XMF9-LWF> : accessed 11 Jun 2014), Samuel C Johnson in household of Olevia M Pugh, Vanceburg, Lewis, Kentucky, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 0004, sheet 9B, family 241, NARA microfilm publication T626, roll .
Olevia M Pugh Head F 60 Wd KY KY OH
Samuel C Johnson Son-in-law M 36 M KY KY KY
Doris Johnson Wife F 27 M KY KY KY
Samuel C Johnson Son M 4 KY KY KY
Rachael J Johnson Daur F 1 KY KY KY
Clara D Clark Sister F 67 KY OH KY

Olevia M. Pugh, born 23 September 1869 in Vanceburg, Kentucky, died 19 August 1946 in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, at age 76 years, 10 months, and 26 days. She was a daughter of Thomas Carter and Cynthia Ann Trinary and the wife of James R. Pugh. She was a resident of Vanceburg, Kentucky. Informant was Mrs, Samuel C. Johnson of Vanceburg. Interment was in Vanceburg, Kentucky on 21 August 1946. Cemetery not listed. ["Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1953," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XXS9-MZQ : accessed 10 Jun 2014), James R. Pugh in entry for Olevia M Pugh, 19 Aug 1946; citing , reference certificate; FHL microfilm 2372814.]

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C. Gordon HYSAW and Ona Zilpha CARTER




Husband C. Gordon HYSAW (details suppressed for this person)

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     Marriage: 



Wife Ona Zilpha CARTER 3551

         Born: Abt 1887 - Texas 3551
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: William Whitfield CARTER, Sr. (Abt 1860-1919) 3552
       Mother: Betty Jean FOOTE (1860-1926) 3551,3553




Children

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Sidney W. CARTER and Katherine Dorothy FREE




Husband Sidney W. CARTER 3554

         Born: Abt 1880 - South Carolina 3554
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Abt 1915



Wife Katherine Dorothy FREE 1095,3555

         Born: April 1899 - Barnwell County, South Carolina 1095
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Elijah D. FREE (1871-      ) 55,1525
       Mother: Caroline Annie DOWLING (1876-      ) 1095,1524




Children
1 M Sidney CARTER, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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General Notes: Husband - Sidney W. CARTER

1920 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Calhoun County, Fort Mott, Amelia; Series: T625 Roll: 1689 Page: 8: 51 52 CARTER Sidney Head M W 40 M SC SC SC Merchant Own store; (next page, 9) 51 52 -- Darthie [sic] Wife F W 20 M SC SC SC; -- Sidney Jr. M W 4 S SC SC SC.
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William Whitfield CARTER, Sr. and Betty Jean FOOTE




Husband William Whitfield CARTER, Sr. 3552

         Born: Abt 1860 - Texas 3552
   Christened: 
         Died: 30 December 1919 - Texas
       Buried:  - Hillsboro, Texas
     Marriage: May 1884 - Hillsborough, Texas



Wife Betty Jean FOOTE 3551,3553

         Born: 1 March 1860 - Colorado County, Texas
   Christened: 
         Died: 29 December 1926 - Dallas, Dallas County, Texas
       Buried:  - Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas


       Father: Stephen Daniel FOOTE (1826-1871) 2132,2179
       Mother: Elizabeth Hill ROBERDEAU (1828-1913) 2132,2179,3553




Children
1 F Ona Zilpha CARTER 3551

         Born: Abt 1887 - Texas 3551
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: C. Gordon HYSAW (living)


2 M William Whitfield CARTER, Jr., WWI 3551

         Born: 13 January 1887 - Hill County, Texas
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Maude DEGLANDON 3556
         Marr: 24 September 1925 - Austin, Texas
       Spouse: Susannah Cunningham WYLLY (living)


3 M Clarence R. CARTER 3551

         Born: 1890 - Texas 3557
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



4 M Robert Douglass CARTER 3551

         Born: Abt 1894 - Texas 3551
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



5 F Lucile CARTER 3551

         Born: 8 August 1894 - Hill County, Texas 3551
   Christened: 
         Died: 1 May 1976 - Dallas County, Texas
       Buried:  - Restland Memorial Park, Dallas County, Texas
       Spouse: Major William S. MONTGOMERY, USA, WW I & II



General Notes: Husband - William Whitfield CARTER, Sr.

1910 U.S. Census, Hill County, ward 3, Hillsboro; Series: T624 Roll: 1564 Page: 105: Walnut 408 273 284 CARTER William W. Head M W 50 M1 26 TX TN TN Real estate; [next page, 106] 408 273 284 CARTER Bettie Wife F W 48 M1 26 5 5 TX VA VA None; -- Ona Dau F W 23 S TX TX TX; -- Whitfield Son M W 22 S TX TX TX Presser Tailor shop; -- Clarence R. M W 20 S TX TX TX; -- Lucile Dau F W 18 S TX TX TX; -- Douglass Son M W 16 S TX TX TX.

From: Abram William Foote. Foote family, comprising the genealogy and history of Nathaniel Foote, of Wethersfield, Conn., and his descendants; also a partial record of descendants of Pasco Foote of Salem, Mass., Richard Foote of Stafford County, Va., and John Foote of New York City (Volume 2) [http://www.ebooksread.com/authors-eng/abram-william-foote.shtml]
171. viii. BETTY JEAN [FOOTE], b. Mar. 1, 1860, Colorado County, Tex. ; m. May, 1884, Hillsborough, Tex., to William Whitfield Carter; he d. Dec. 30, 1919, bur. Hillsborough, Tex. ; she d. Dec. 29, 1926, Dallas, Tex., bur. Fort Worth, Tex.
(1) ONA ZILPA CARTER; m. C. Gordon Hysaw.
(2) WILLIAM WHITFIELD CARTER, JR., b. Jan. 13, 1887, Hillsborough,
Tex.; m. Sept. 24, 1925, Austin, Tex., to Maude DeGlandon, dau. of
Albert and Elizabeth (Stagner) DeGladon ; served in World War in
France; had charge of carrier pigeons.
(3) CLARENCE CARTER.
(4) LUCILE CARTER; m. W. S. Montgomery.
(5) ROBERT DOUGLAS CARTER.

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William Whitfield CARTER, Jr., WWI and Maude DEGLANDON




Husband William Whitfield CARTER, Jr., WWI 3551

         Born: 13 January 1887 - Hill County, Texas
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: William Whitfield CARTER, Sr. (Abt 1860-1919) 3552
       Mother: Betty Jean FOOTE (1860-1926) 3551,3553


     Marriage: 24 September 1925 - Austin, Texas

 Other Spouse: Susannah Cunningham WYLLY



Wife Maude DEGLANDON 3556

         Born: Abt 1887 - Texas 3556
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Albert DEGLANDON (      -      )
       Mother: Elizabeth STAGNER (      -      )




Children
1 M Clarence CARTER (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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2 F Lucile CARTER (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
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3 M Robert Douglas CARTER (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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General Notes: Husband - William Whitfield CARTER, Jr., WWI

From: Abram William Foote. Foote family, comprising the genealogy and history of Nathaniel Foote, of Wethersfield, Conn., and his descendants; also a partial record of descendants of Pasco Foote of Salem, Mass., Richard Foote of Stafford County, Va., and John Foote of New York City (Volume 2) [http://www.ebooksread.com/authors-eng/abram-william-foote.shtml]
(2) WILLIAM WHITFIELD CARTER, JR., b. Jan. 13, 1887, Hillsborough, Tex.; m. Sept. 24, 1925, Austin, Tex., to Maude DeGlandon, dau. of
Albert and Elizabeth (Stagner) DeGladon ; served in World War in France; had charge of carrier pigeons.

1930 U.S. Census, Texas, Matagorda County, Pct 5 (South Part); Series: T626 Roll: 2375 Page: 160: Line 99 330 343 CARTER William W. Head M W 43 M 37 TX TX TX Traveling Representative _____; -- Maud Wife F W 43 M 37 TX LA TX.
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William Whitfield CARTER, Jr., WWI and Susannah Cunningham WYLLY




Husband William Whitfield CARTER, Jr., WWI 3551

         Born: 13 January 1887 - Hill County, Texas
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: William Whitfield CARTER, Sr. (Abt 1860-1919) 3552
       Mother: Betty Jean FOOTE (1860-1926) 3551,3553


     Marriage: 

 Other Spouse: Maude DEGLANDON 3556 - 24 September 1925 - Austin, Texas



Wife Susannah Cunningham WYLLY (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - William Whitfield CARTER, Jr., WWI

From: Abram William Foote. Foote family, comprising the genealogy and history of Nathaniel Foote, of Wethersfield, Conn., and his descendants; also a partial record of descendants of Pasco Foote of Salem, Mass., Richard Foote of Stafford County, Va., and John Foote of New York City (Volume 2) [http://www.ebooksread.com/authors-eng/abram-william-foote.shtml]
(2) WILLIAM WHITFIELD CARTER, JR., b. Jan. 13, 1887, Hillsborough, Tex.; m. Sept. 24, 1925, Austin, Tex., to Maude DeGlandon, dau. of
Albert and Elizabeth (Stagner) DeGladon ; served in World War in France; had charge of carrier pigeons.

1930 U.S. Census, Texas, Matagorda County, Pct 5 (South Part); Series: T626 Roll: 2375 Page: 160: Line 99 330 343 CARTER William W. Head M W 43 M 37 TX TX TX Traveling Representative _____; -- Maud Wife F W 43 M 37 TX LA TX.
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Clyde B. CARVER and Lillian GALPIN




Husband Clyde B. CARVER

         Born: Abt 1896 - District of Columbia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1920



Wife Lillian GALPIN

         Born: January 1896 - District of Columbia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Harvey Eastman GALPIN (1874-Bef 1940)
       Mother: Emma E. BLAKENEY (Abt 1876-      ) 1948




Children
1 M Harvey B. CARVER

         Born: 8 January 1922 - District of Columbia
   Christened: 
         Died: 10 April 2011
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Clyde B. CARVER

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K737-V3D : accessed 13 Mar 2013), Clyde B Carver, Tract 33, District of Columbia, Police Precinct 13, District of Columbia, District of Columbia, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 1-506, sheet 61A, family 105, NARA digital publication T627, roll 570.

Line 15 56 105 CARVER Clyde B. Roomer M W 45 Div Virginia Same place Pharmacist Drug store.


General Notes: Wife - Lillian GALPIN

[Lillian]Golpin [sic], Female was born 5 January 1896 in Washington, District of Columbia. She was the daughter of Harvey E. Golpin [sic], born in Virginia, and Emma E. Blakeney, born in the District Of Columbia. ["District of Columbia, Births and Christenings, 1830-1955," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/F75P-PB9 : accessed 12 Mar 2013), Harvey E. Golpin in entry for Golpin, 05 Jan 1896.]

Lillian married Clyde B. Carver before 1920.

"United States Census, 1920," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MNLL-DS5 : accessed 12 Mar 2013), Harvey Galpin, , , District of Columbia; citing enumeration district (ED) , sheet 10B, family 210, NARA microfilm publication T625, FHL microfilm 1820208.
Harvey Galpin Self M 45 Virginia
Emma Galpin Wife F 44 District of Columbia
Lillian Carver Dau F 24 District of Columbia

"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XM2W-Q8X : accessed 12 Mar 2013), Harvey E Galpin in entry for Clyde B Carver, 1930.
Clyde B Carver Head M 34 District of Columbia NY NY
Lillian B Carver Wife F 34 District Of Columbia
Harvey B Carver Son M 8 District Of Columbia
Harvey E Galpin Father-in-law M 55 Virginia
Emma E Galpin Mother-in-law F 54 District Of Columbia

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K7S1-YQB : accessed 13 Mar 2013), Lillian B Carver, Tract 29, District of Columbia, Police Precinct 10, District of Columbia, District of Columbia, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 1-406, sheet 6A, family 139, NARA digital publication T627, roll 566.
CARVER Lillian B. Head F W 42 Div D.C. Same place Clerk file W.P.A.
--Harvey B. Son M W 18 S D.C. Same place Title clerk Title Co.

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William Edward CARWILE and Chloe Ann WATSON




Husband William Edward CARWILE 1179

         Born: 1847
   Christened: 
         Died: 1878
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Chloe Ann WATSON 1984

         Born: 1847
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Stanmore WATSON (1805-1849) 18
       Mother: Elizabeth Mary HUTCHISON (1820-1901)




Children

General Notes: Wife - Chloe Ann WATSON

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 115
page 7
Miss Mary Elizabeth CARWILE.
DAR ID Number: 114019
Born in Saluda County, S. C.
Descendant of Burrell FAUST, as follows:
1. William Edward CARWILE (1847-78) m. Chloe Ann WATSON (b. 1847).
2. Stanmore WATSON (1805-49) m. 2nd 1839 Elizabeth Mary HUTCHINSON (1820-1901).
3. Thomas HUTCHINSON m. 1816 Mary Ann BOATWRIGHT (1801-55).
4. James BOATWRIGHT (1773-1857) m. Elizabeth FAUST (1783-1855).
See No. 114017.
(SOME DAR RECORDS, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~ngcrawford/boatright/dar.html)
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M. Cabell WOODWARD, Jr. and Ann Snowden CARY




Husband M. Cabell WOODWARD, Jr.

         Born: 1 July 1902 - Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: January 1981
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 1926 - Baltimore County, Maryland



Wife Ann Snowden CARY 695,3558

         Born: 26 July 1904 695
   Christened: 
         Died: January 1981
       Buried: 


       Father: Wilson Miles CARY (1879-1943) 57
       Mother: Helen Snowden LANAHAN (Cir 1883-      ) 695




Children
1 M Wilson Miles Cary WOODWARD (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Margaret Simons CLARKSON (living)



General Notes: Husband - M. Cabell WOODWARD, Jr.

Rust Family Tree
M. Cabell Woodward Jr - Anne Snowden Cary
M. Cabell Woodward Jr., 1 Jul 1902 - Jan 1981- Age 78y 6m. 063-09-6810 Virginia. Social Security Death Index.
Parents: Mary Marshall Miller & M. Cabell Woodward
[http://www.wuelzer.com/familytree/rust/MCabellWoodwardJr.html]


General Notes: Wife - Ann Snowden CARY

Rust Family Tree
Anne Snowden Cary, 26 Jul 1904 - Jun 1984, Age 79y 11m. 076-38-0232, Maryland [Social Security Death Index]
Marriage: 20 Jan 1926, Baltimore, Maryland
[http://www.wuelzer.com/familytree/rust/MCabellWoodwardJr.html]


Notes: Marriage

Judge Holmes Hall and Mrs. Hall returned the first of the week from Baltimore, where they attended the marriage on Saturday of Mrs. Hall's nephew, M. Cabel Woodward, Jr., and Miss Anne Snowden Cary. The ceremony was performed by Rev. William Page Dame at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Miles Cary, on windhust Avenue, Baltimore, and was witnessed by a small but brilliant assemblage of distinquished and intimate friends. [The Richmond Times Dispatch, Richmond, Virginia, Sunday, February 7, 1926, Page 49]

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Colonel Thomas Mann RANDOLPH and Anne CARY




Husband Colonel Thomas Mann RANDOLPH 2898,3559

         Born: 1741 2898
   Christened: 
         Died: 20 November 1793 - Goochland County, Virginia 3559
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 18 November 1761 - Virginia 3559



Wife Anne CARY 2949,3559

         Born: February 1745 - Amphill, Henrico County, Virginia 2898
   Christened: 
         Died: 1789 2898
       Buried: 


       Father: Colonel Archibald "Old Iron" CARY (1720-1786) 2946,2948
       Mother: Mary RANDOLPH (1727-1781) 2898,2949




Children
1 F Judith RANDOLPH 2897

         Born: Abt 1772 - Tuckahoe, Goochland County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Richard RANDOLPH 2897
         Marr: 1790 2897


2 F Virginia RANDOLPH 694

         Born: 30 January 1786 - Tuckahoe, Goochland County, Virginia 3559
   Christened: 
         Died: 1852 - Carysbrook, Fluvanna, Virginia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Wilson Jefferson CARY 694,3536
         Marr: 28 August 1805 - Monticello, Albemarle County, Virginia 694,3536



General Notes: Husband - Colonel Thomas Mann RANDOLPH

"Of Tuckahoe"


Notes: Marriage

http://www.ishipress.com/pafg110.htm#163
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Archibald CARY and Mominia FAIRFAX




Husband Archibald CARY 694,695

         Born: 1815 - Fluvanna County, Virginia 695
   Christened: 
         Died: 1854 695
       Buried:  - Ivy Hill Cemetery, Alexandria, Virginia 693


       Father: Wilson Jefferson CARY (1784-1823) 694,3536
       Mother: Virginia RANDOLPH (1786-1852) 694


     Marriage: 1838 696



Wife Mominia FAIRFAX 696

         Born: 1820
   Christened: 
         Died: 1875
       Buried: 


       Father: Thomas FAIRFAX, 9th Lord Fairfax (      -1846) 3560
       Mother: Margaret HERBERT (1784-      )




Children
1 M Falkland CARY 692,693

         Born: Abt 1840 693
   Christened: 
         Died: Abt 1856 693
       Buried: 



2 F Constance Fairfax CARY 691,693

         Born: 25 April 1843 - Fairfax County, Virginia 693
   Christened: 
         Died: 21 November 1920 - Washington, District of Columbia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Burton Norvall HARRISON 1309
         Marr: 26 November 1867 693


3 M Midshipman Clarence CARY, C.S.N. 691,692,693

         Born: 1845 693
   Christened: 
         Died: 1911 693
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Elizabeth --?-- 693
         Marr: 1878 693



General Notes: Husband - Archibald CARY

"Of Cumberland, Maryland."


General Notes: Wife - Mominia FAIRFAX

Constance Fairfax CARY, in her book "Recollections Gay and Grave", wrote: "My father, when a young lawyer of three-and-twenty, had married his cousin Monimia, youngest daughter of Thomas, ninth Lord Fairfax, Baron of Cameron in the Scottish peerage..."

1860 U.S. Census, Virginia, Fairfax County, 1 june 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 1343 Page: 901: M. (Mominia) CARY 40 F W Widow VA;
Constant CARY 17 F W Young Lady KY;
Clarence CARY 15 M W VA.


Notes: Marriage

There is a story of the wedding-journey of this very young couple, Mr. and Mrs. Archibald Cary, when they travelled, as the custom was, to New York, stopping at some Broadway hotel, where, on the day of their arrival, the bridegroom went off alone to visit Trinity Church and church-yard. She was but eighteen, had never been so far from home before, and as lunch-time came and her husband did not, feared to go down to the big dining-room alone, because people "stared at her so." (The Rev. Dr. Philip Slaughter, a learned historian of Virginia, wrote to me once, "I have a vivid picture of your mother in my memory, when, as Burke said of the young Queen of France, 'She first arose above the horizon of womanhood, and shone like the morning star, full of life and splendor and beauty.' ") When the recreant returned, hours after, full of concern and loving apology, his excuse was that he had been copying inscriptions on the tombstones in Trinity church-yard, and had no idea how the time flew. 3561

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Colonel Archibald "Old Iron" CARY and Mary RANDOLPH




Husband Colonel Archibald "Old Iron" CARY 2946,2948

         Born: 24 January 1720 - Ampthill, Henrico County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: September 1786 - Virginia
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 31 May 1744 2898



Wife Mary RANDOLPH 2898,2949

         Born: 21 November 1727 - Curl's Neck, Henrico County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 25 November 1781 - Virginia
       Buried: 


       Father: Colonel Richard RANDOLPH (Abt 1695-      ) 2898
       Mother: Jane BOLLING (Cir 1700-      ) 2898




Children
1 F Anne CARY 2949,3559

         Born: February 1745 - Amphill, Henrico County, Virginia 2898
   Christened: 
         Died: 1789 2898
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Colonel Thomas Mann RANDOLPH 2898,3559
         Marr: 18 November 1761 - Virginia 3559


2 F Mary CARY 2946

         Born: July 1747 2898
   Christened: 
         Died: August 1748
       Buried: 



3 F Jane CARY 2946

         Born: 12 February 1751 2947
   Christened: 
         Died: 1774 2947
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Thomas Isham RANDOLPH 2946
         Marr: 1768 2946


4 F Sarah CARY 2946

         Born: 23 February 1753 2947
   Christened: 
         Died: 1773 2947
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Archibald BOLLING 2946,2947
         Marr: 1770 2947


5 F Elizabeth CARY 2946

         Born: Abt 1770 2947
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Richard KINCAID 2946
         Marr: 1787 2946,2947


6 M Henry CARY 2947,3562

         Born: 2 March 1756
   Christened: 
         Died: 17 May 1758
       Buried: 



7 F Mary CARY 2947,3562

         Born: 4 December 1766 - Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 26 January 1797 - Virginia
       Buried:  - Presquisle on James River, Virginia 3563
       Spouse: Major Carter PAGE, RS-VA 3564
         Marr: 12 April 1783 - Tuckahoe, Goochland County, Virginia 3563


8 F Eliza CARY 2947

         Born: 1758 2947
   Christened: 
         Died: 1758
       Buried: 




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Burton Norvall HARRISON and Constance Fairfax CARY




Husband Burton Norvall HARRISON 1309

         Born: 14 July 1838 - New Orleans, Louisiana
   Christened: 
         Died: 29 March 1904 - Washington, District of Columbia 693
       Buried:  - Ivy Hill Cemetery, Alexandria, Virginia


       Father: Jesse Burton HARRISON (1805-1841)
       Mother: Frances BRAUD (      -      )


     Marriage: 26 November 1867 693



Wife Constance Fairfax CARY 691,693

         Born: 25 April 1843 - Fairfax County, Virginia 693
   Christened: 
         Died: 21 November 1920 - Washington, District of Columbia
       Buried: 


       Father: Archibald CARY (1815-1854) 694,695
       Mother: Mominia FAIRFAX (1820-1875) 696




Children
1 M Fairfax HARRISON

          AKA: Reginald Fairfax HARRISON 1310,2038
         Born: 13 March 1869 - New York City, New York
   Christened: 
         Died: 2 February 1938 - Baltimore, Maryland 1309
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Hetty CARY
         Marr: 6 June 1894 57


2 M Francis Burton HARRISON 1309,1310

          AKA: Frances Brand HARRISON
         Born: 18 December 1873 - New York City, New York 1310
   Christened: 
         Died: 21 November 1957 - Flemington, New Jersey
       Buried:  - Manila, Republic of the Phillipines
       Spouse: Mary CROCKER 1309
         Marr: 7 June 1900
       Spouse: Mabel Judson COX 1309
         Marr: 1907. (Divorced in 1919)
       Spouse: Elizabeth WRENTMORE (living)
       Spouse: Margaret WRENTMORE (living)
       Spouse: Maria Teresa --?-- (living)


3 M Archibald Cary HARRISON 3565

         Born: October 1876 - New York 3565
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Helen WALLEY (living)



General Notes: Husband - Burton Norvall HARRISON

Burton Norvell Harrison
Date Event
1838 , July 14 Born, New Orleans, La., the son of Jesse Burton and Frances Braud Harrison
1854 - 1855 Attended University of Mississippi, University, Miss.
1859 Graduated, Yale University, New Haven, Conn., where he edited the Yale Literary Magazine Became associate professor of mathematics at the University of Mississippi, University, Miss., and began the study of law
1862 , Feb. Private secretary to Jefferson Davis
1865 , May 10 Taken prisoner by Union Army; transferred from Old Capitol Prison in Washington, D.C., to Fort Delaware; continued the study of law in prison aided by Yale University classmates Eugene Schuyler and S. Davis Page
1866 European trip following release from Fort Delaware Moved to New York, N.Y.; admitted to New York Supreme Court bar and joined the law office of Judge Fullerton
1867 , Nov. 26 Married Constance Cary
1875 Secretary and counsel, Rapid Transit Commission, New York, N.Y.
1876 Active in Samuel J. Tilden's presidential campaign
1880 Attended Democratic convention in Cincinnati, Ohio; strongly opposed William Jennings Bryan and his programs and gradually lost interest in politics after 1880
1883 , Nov. Published "Capture of Jefferson Davis" in Century Magazine
1893 Declined appointments by Grover Cleveland as assistant secretary of state and ambassador to Italy

1880 U.S. Census, New York, New York County, New York City, Manhatten; Series: T9 Roll: 870 Page: 61: B. N. HARRISON Self M Male W 47 NY Lawyer --- ---; Constance C. HARRISON Wife M Female W 36 NY Keeping House --- ---; Fairfax HARRISON Son S Male W 12 NY At School --- ---; Arthur HARRISON Son S Male W 6 NY At School --- ---; Frank HARRISON Son S Male W 6 NY --- ---; Mary J. DORAN Other S Female W 22 MA Servant IRE IRE; Ann DORAN Other S Female W 20 MA Servant IRE IRE; Mary CLARKS Other S Female W 35 ENG Nurse ENG ENG. (Family History Library Film 1254870 NA Film Number T9-0870 Page Number 61C)

1900 U.S. Census, New York, New York County, Manhatten Boro; Series: T623 Roll: 1111 Page: 110: East 29th Street 43 71 84 HARRISON Burton N Head W M July 1838 61 M 32 LA VA LA Lawyer; -- Constance C. Wife W F Apr 1845 55 M 32 4 3 KY VA VA; -- Archibald C. Son W M Oct 1876 23 S NY LA KY Clerk-Law; -- Frances B. Son W M Dec 1872 27 S NY LA KY Lawyer; and three household servants.

Obituary: Washington, March 29. Burton Norville Harrison, a lawyer of New York, and husband of Mrs. Buton Harrison, the authoress, and father of Congressman Harrison of New York, died here tonight, aged 65 years. Death resulted from a general breakdown, due partly to old age. Mr. Harrison was born in New Orleans, and graduated from Yale in 1859. during the war Mr. Harrison was private secretary to Jefferson Davis, the president of the Southern Confederacy, remaining with him in the relation almost as a son as well as a secretary, to the end of the war. He shared in the capture of Mr. Davis, rather than forsake his fortunes at their fall. When Mr. Davis was carried to Fort Monroe for imprisonment, Mr. Harrison was was sent to prison in Washington, and finallly was sent to Fort Delaware, where he remained in solitary confiement [sic] until 1866, when he was released. Mr. Harrison, during the latter months of his imprisonment studied law and later went into the office of former Judge Fullerton in New York, where he has since continued his practice. Mr. Harrison was a prominent club man in New York. He was secretary to Mayor Wyckham of New York, and was largely instrumental in the prosecution of the Tweed ring. He married Miss Constance Cary, of Virginia. In addition to Congressman Harrison, of New York City, two sons, Archibald Cary Harrison, and Fairfax Harrison, of Washinton, survive him. [The Augusta Chronicle, Augusta, Georgia, Wednesday, March 30, 1904, Page 7]

Ivy Hill Cemetery (where Burton HARRISON is buried) was incorporated in 1846 and many are the names of men known to history buried there. It shows the stone of John Dominique LA MOTHE, second Bishop to the Hawaiian Isle of Man. June 8th, 1868, who died in Baltimore in 1869 and by his side his wife, Margaret WALKER, daughter of Rev. Woodson WALKER. Julia A. LEE, born in Richmond, December 12, 1805, died in Washington 1885. Her monument was made in Alexandria by the father of the present owner of the oldest and finest Monumental works in the city, Mr. Thomas CHAUNCEY, 315 South Alfred Street, who in 1937 renovated and placed new stones on the ancestors of the late Fairfax HARRISON who received the order personally from him, and it was his father who made the headstone of Richard Bland Lee, and also the large monument in memory of J.E. LEE, J.A. LEE, and R.B. LEE. This handsome stone is a tribute to the Lee family. One must not pass the stone of Burton HARRISON 1838, the son of Burton HARRISON and Constance CARY 1842, and the stone of Archibald CARY and Moninia FAIRFAX who were married November 26th, 1867 and left "three sons to honor their name." Father and Mother R.S.P.

Burton Harrison, noted lawyer practiced with great success in the nineteenth hundreds in New York, his wife, Constance Cary Harrison, an American writer, was born in Alexandria, Virginia. Her ancestors were prominent in the Revolution. She was educated in private schools in Virginia, married in 1867 to Burton Harrison, descendant of presidents. Mrs. Burton Harrison wrote many books of merit in the fiction line, one written at Bar Harbor, Maine, where she had a summer home, and this book created a sensation at that time and was called "Golden Rod" also "A Daughter of the South" and "Virginia Cousin". Of historical note is John Dominique La Mothe Second Bishop of Hawaiian Isle of Man. Informant: John C. Winderhart, Keeper of Ivy Hill Cemetery
(http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/cityofalexandria/cemeteries/ivyhill.txt)
Fairfax Harrison, son of Burton N. Harrison, private secretary to President Davis, and himself a brilliant inheritor of great traditions, gave encouragement at every stage of the work and critically read the MS. of the final operations of the war. (http://www.ukans.edu/history/index/europe/ancient_rome/E/Gazetteer/People/Robert_E_Lee/FREREL/Acknowledgments*.html) 1309


General Notes: Wife - Constance Fairfax CARY

Constance Fairfax CARY married Burton Norvil HARRISON. The story of her family is in "RECOLLECTIONS GRAVE AND GAY" BY MRS. BURTON HARRISON NEW YORK
CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS 1911. Some excerpts as below:
"My father was Archibald Cary, of Carysbrooke - all old-time Virginians loved to write themselves down as part of their parental estates - son of Wilson Jefferson Cary, a nephew of Thomas Jefferson, whose marriage with Miss Virginia Randolph had taken place at Monticello,... My father, an old-line Whig of the enthusiastic type, yet had great personal admiration for and loved to talk about his "Uncle Jefferson," the "Father of American Democracy."... The Carys of my father's line had been scholars, leaders, and land-owners in the Virginia colony since 1640, and before that were well known in south-western Britain...The head of the house is Byron Plantagenet, Viscount Falkland, a worthy inheritor of the family title of the great Lucius Cary, Viscount Falkland, who died on the field at Newberry for England's glory and his own...Of the Carys of Virginia, a noteworthy one was Colonel Archibald Cary, of Ampthill, near Richmond, on the James, known as "Old Iron" in the American Revolution. He married a Miss Randolph of the Curls branch of that numerous family. Through these Curls Randolphs we have received a dash of Pocahontas blood, and I have found no reason to decry this attenuated strain of descent from the long-gone little Indian princess whose high fidelity and noble unselfishness made its indelible mark upon colonial history...My father was at the time of his death just entering upon his fortieth year (a period traditionally dreaded by Cary men as likely to cut short their mortal span), living in the beautiful mountain town of Cumberland, in Maryland, where he was editor of its leading newspaper, The Cumberland Civilian...My father, when a young lawyer of three-and-twenty, had married his cousin Monimia, youngest daughter of Thomas, ninth Lord Fairfax, Baron of Cameron in the Scottish peerage, who, residing quietly on his estates in Virginia, had never assumed his title except when going once to England to claim an inheritance...And it was here that there came intimately into my life one of its strongest influences, in the radiant person of my cousin, Hetty Cary, daughter of my uncle, Wilson Miles Cary, of Baltimore, my father's elder and only brother. She, with her younger sister, Jennie, had taken the lead in the secessionist movement among the young girls in Baltimore, who, having seen all their best men march across the border to enlist with the Confederates for the war, relieved their strained feelings by overt resentment of the Union officers and troops placed in possession of their city...Miss Hetty Cary, as fearless as she was beautiful, having incurred the displeasure of the military government of Baltimore by shaking from the window of her father's home, while the Union troops marched by it, a Confederate banner smuggled through the lines, had been warned to leave Baltimore under penalty of immediate arrest and transfer to a Northern bastile. The two sisters, carrying drugs for the hospitals and uniforms for friends, had run the blockade with their brother, crossing to join the army through many perilous adventures, and were now stopping with friends in Orange, to be ultimately under my mother's chaperonage. I had always looked up to my cousin, Hetty, as a young girl is apt to do to an acknowledged belle and beauty older than herself, with a sort of adoring championship, and as circumstances were to throw us into the closest intimacy, I hardly believed in my good fortune, that summer, of going around with her in the exciting diversions of the hour...
In the National First Ladies' Library, Manuscripts Index is "--Burton Norvell Harrison and Family Papers, 1812-1926, 21 ft., Open, Published guide and register: Harrison family papers are largely comprised of the papers of Constance Cary Harrison (1843-1920), who in 1867 married Jefferson Davis's private secretary Burton Harrison (1838-1904), a lawyer. Constance Harrison was an author; she wrote satirically about southern and New York society and manners." (http://www.firstladies.org/Bibliography/FrancesCleveland/FLManuscripts.htm)
A chronology of the life of Constance Fairfax CARY:
Constance Cary Harrison
Date Event
1843 , Apr. 25 Born, Fairfax County, Va.
1867 , Nov. 26 Married Burton Norvell Harrison
1876 , July Published "A Little Centennial Lady" in Scribner's Monthly
1890 Published Flower de Hundred (New York: Cassell. 301 pp.)
1892 Published Belhaven Tales (New York: Century Company. 212 pp.) Published A Daughter of the South, and Shorter Stories (New York: Cassell. 281 pp.)
1893 Published Sweet Bells Out of Tune (New York: Century. 231 pp.)
1894 Published A Bachelor Maid (New York: Century Company. 224 pp.)
1895 Published An Errant Wooing (New York: Century Company. 258 pp.) Published A Virginia Cousin and Bar Harbor Tales (Boston and New York: Lamson Wolffe and Company. 202 pp.)
1899 Published The Anglomaniacs (New York: Century.Company. 216 pp.)
1901 Published A Princess of the Hills: An Italian Romance (Boston: Lothrop Publishing. 306 pp.)
1904 Published Sylvia's Husband (New York: D. Appleton. 221 pp.)
1905 Published The Carlyles: A Study of the Fall of the Confederacy" (New York: D. Appleton. 283 pp.)
1906 Published Latter-Day Sweethearts (New York and London: The Authors and Newspapers Association. 323 pp.)
1911 Published Recollections Grave and Gay (New York: C. Scribners. 386 pp.)
1920 , Nov. 21 Died, Washington, D.C.

Alternate place of birth? The 1860 census names "Constant CARY 17 Young Lady" born in Kentucky.









Notes: Marriage

"On the 26th of November I was married to Burton Harrison in the little church, St. Ann's, built by my uncle, Gouverneur Morris, to the memory of his mother, my brother giving me away. We returned to Morrisania for the reception, where were present a large assemblage of representatives of New York and Virginian families, with a contingent of Yale men, and of "Bones men" summoned by the bridegroom to stand by their loyal brother on his translation into married life.
To complete the requirements of a family chronicle, (this chiefly for my granddaughters), I will add that the bride wore a gown made by "Caroline Boyer, Faubourg St. Honoré, Paris," of white satin with large pipings of the same, heading frills of blonde lace; a full tulle veil and a coronet of orange blossoms; that her bridesmaids appeared in Paris confections of white tarlatan with many skirts, bodices of white satin, and wreaths and bouquets of lilies of the valley; and that the bride's going-away gown, of marron velvet with a toque made of a pheasant's breast crowned with a golden rose and foliage, supported her during the trying ordeal of coming down the stairs into the old panelled hall, between the Marie Antoinette mirrors and tapestries of the Reign of Terror, into a lane of people headed by men joyously singing old Yale ditties as the carriage drove away!" (Constance Fairfax Cary, wife of Burton Norval Harrison, from her book, Recollections Grave and Gay, published in 1911, pages 271 and 272.)

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Richard KINCAID and Elizabeth CARY




Husband Richard KINCAID 2946

         Born: Cir 1765
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 1787 2946,2947



Wife Elizabeth CARY 2946

         Born: Abt 1770 2947
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Colonel Archibald "Old Iron" CARY (1720-1786) 2946,2948
       Mother: Mary RANDOLPH (1727-1781) 2898,2949




Children

General Notes: Husband - Richard KINCAID

"Of Manchester"


General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth CARY

Married Richard KINCAID in Some Prominent Virginia Families, Vol. II
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Brian FAIRFAX, 8th Lord Fairfax and Elizabeth CARY




Husband Brian FAIRFAX, 8th Lord Fairfax 3566

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: William FAIRFAX (1691-1757) 3567
       Mother: Deborah CLARKE (      -      ) 696


     Marriage: 1759 3568

 Other Spouse: UNKNOWN 3569



Wife Elizabeth CARY 696,3570

         Born: 1738 3568
   Christened: 
         Died: 1778 3568
       Buried: 


       Father: Wilson CARY (      -      ) 3568
       Mother: 




Children
1 M Thomas FAIRFAX, 9th Lord Fairfax 3560

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 1846 696
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Margaret HERBERT
         Marr: 31 December 1800 - Fairfax County, Virginia


2 M Ferdinando FAIRFAX 3567

         Born: 1766 - Jefferson County, Virginia 3571,3572
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 September 1820 - Fairfax County, Virginia 3572
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Elizabeth Blair CARY 3568
         Marr: 1796 3571


3 F Elizabeth FAIRFAX 3567

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: David GRIFFITH 3567



General Notes: Husband - Brian FAIRFAX, 8th Lord Fairfax

Bryan FAIRFAX, 8th Lord FAIRFAX, was the first child by his father's second wife, unnamed in the Descendants of William FAIRFAX of Belvoir, Virginia. His first wife was Elizabeth CARY, daughter of Miles CARY of Warwick County, Virginia. ("The Paynes of Virginia")


General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth CARY

Elizabeth CARY was the youngest daughter of Wilson CARY of "Richneck", Warwick County, Virginia. 696

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Ferdinando FAIRFAX and Elizabeth Blair CARY




Husband Ferdinando FAIRFAX 3567

         Born: 1766 - Jefferson County, Virginia 3571,3572
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 September 1820 - Fairfax County, Virginia 3572
       Buried: 


       Father: Brian FAIRFAX, 8th Lord Fairfax (      -      ) 3566
       Mother: Elizabeth CARY (1738-1778) 696,3570


     Marriage: 1796 3571



Wife Elizabeth Blair CARY 3568

         Born: 1770 3573
   Christened: 
         Died: 19 January 1822 - Jefferson County, Virginia 3572
       Buried: 


Children
1 M George William FAIRFAX 3567

         Born: 5 November 1797 - Jefferson County, Virginia 3572
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Isabella McNEILL (living)


2 M Wilson Miles Cary FAIRFAX 3567

         Born: 1 December 1798 - Jefferson County, Virginia 3574
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Lucy GRIFFITH (living)



General Notes: Husband - Ferdinando FAIRFAX

Of "Shannon Hill", first buried in FAIRFAX FAMILY CEMETERY, Ashgrove House Ln., McLean, Va. "...Fernando (Fairfax) died in 1830, and was buried in this little cemetery. Tradition as to his removal varies, but some interesting old stones are left to tell where little Fairfax Children still sleep beneath the maples." On Oct. 4, 1960, J. Berkeley Green disinterred the remaining burials, which were in the right-of-way of the Dulles Access Road. His log indicate that FERDINANDO FAIRFAX (1774-1820) was reinterred at Ivy Hill Cemetery in Alexandria..." (Fairfax County Public Library Cemetery Survey, Number: FX229, Virginia State Archaeological Number: 44FX1597. From "Cemeteries of Fairfax County, Virginia" by Brian A. Conley) Note two dates of death, 1830 a "typo" since 1820 is given in other records.


General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth Blair CARY

Miss Elizabeth Blair CARY was Ferdinando FAIRFAX's first cousin, being daughter of his mother's brother, Wilson Miles CARY of "Ceely's", Elizabeth City County, Virginia. ("The Paynes of Virginia")
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William Hamilton LAWRENCE and Frances Daniel CARY




Husband William Hamilton LAWRENCE 57,58

         Born: 24 February 1875 - Greenfield, Minnesota 58
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: James Gardiner LAWRENCE (1836-      )
       Mother: Alice Gilman --?-- (1852-      )


     Marriage: 16 October 1912 - Baltimore, Maryland



Wife Frances Daniel CARY 57

         Born: 20 January 1884 - Baltimore, Maryland 3290
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: John Brune CARY, CSA (1840-1917)
       Mother: Frances Eugenia DANIEL (1840-1909) 526,2897




Children
1 F Frances LAWRENCE 58

         Born: 1913 - Manila, Phillipines 58
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: William Kenneth McARDLE (living)


2 M Colonel Hamilton LAWRENCE, USMC, WWII 58

         Born: 24 May 1915 - Manila, Phillipines 43,58
   Christened: 
         Died: 8 January 2001 - Coronado, California 43
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Irene SPEARS
         Marr: 13 September 1941 - Fauquier County, Virginia


3 F Katherine LAWRENCE 58

          AKA: Kitty LAWRENCE
         Born: 1918 - Manila, Phillipines 58
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: John Bermingham RICE, Jr.


4 F Polly LAWRENCE

          AKA: Mary LAWRENCE
         Born: Abt 1920 - San Francisco, California
   Christened: 
         Died: 20 January 1994 - Butte County, California
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Richard Rhodes HANNA
         Marr: 28 December 1938 - San Francisco County, California
       Spouse: Philip McRae ROBERTSON, USA, WWII



General Notes: Husband - William Hamilton LAWRENCE

"William Hamilton Lawrence married Frances Daniel Cary, daughter of John B. Cary and Frances Eugenia Daniel (your family connection!). Because the Carys are such a prominent family in Virginia (we're direct descendants of Pocahontas, and indirect relations of Thomas Jefferson and Anne Boleyn through each of their sisters), my great-grandfather did a lot of genealogical research both on the Warwick County Carys and the Lawrence family, which emigrated from the Lancaster-area of England in 1630-1640 and settled in the Groton area of Massachusetts. William Hamilton Lawrence met Frances Daniel Cary in the Phillipines early in 1911. He wrote a very interesting autobiography and described their first meeting: "..the next day an Army Transport arrived in Manila, and on it Dr. and Mrs. Phillip K. Gilman, returning from vacation, and Miss Frances Cary of Baltimore, Mrs. Gilman's sister. I had known Dr. Gilman for some years and had met Mrs. Gilman, but I had never been in their home and seldom saw them, so it took me a few months to discover Miss Cary. I saw her first at a dance at the Manila Club, and asked who she was, partly because I thought her very lovely and partly because I had never seen a gown cut so low in the back. I met her several months later on a launch party to Pagsanjan, and became very much interested." William Lawrence wrote a really interesting biography detailing his childhood in Wabasha, Minnesota from 1875 on, his service in the Spanish-American War, and his legal work in Manila when it was an American territory folllowing the war.

"William Hamilton Lawrence and Frances Cary Lawrence had four children: Frances, born in 1913 in the Phillipines; my grandfather Hamilton, born in 1915 in the Phillipines; Katherine, born in 1918 in the Phillipines; and Mary, born in 1920 in San Francisco. My grandfather Hamilton married Irene Spears of San Francisco in 1940 (they were married in Virginia, at a Cary relation's estate, I believe); Hamilton then served as a Marine Aviator in the Pacific in WWII and was a career Marine, retiring at the rank of Colonel in the 1960s. (Elizabeth Claire Lawrence)

1920 U.S. Census, California, San Francisco County, San Francisco; Series: T625 Roll: 137 Page: 13: Line 55 253 274 LAWRENCE William H. Head M W 44 M MN US US Lawyer Office; -- Frances Wife F W 36 M MD VA WV; -- Frances Dau F W 6 S 1919 Al Manila, Philippine Is. MN MD; -- Hamilton Son M W 47/12 S 1919 Al Manila, P.I. MN MD; -- Cate Dau F W 111/12 S 1919 Al Manila, P.I. MN MD; three domestic servants.


General Notes: Wife - Frances Daniel CARY

Mrs. William Hamilton Lawrence of San Francisco is named as a surviving sister in the June 24, 1943 obituary of Mrs. Fairfax Harrison. Mrs. Harrison, the former Miss Hetty Cary, was the daughter of John Broun Cary and Frances Daniels [sic] Cary.

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Fairfax HARRISON and Hetty CARY




Husband Fairfax HARRISON

          AKA: Reginald Fairfax HARRISON 1310,2038
         Born: 13 March 1869 - New York City, New York
   Christened: 
         Died: 2 February 1938 - Baltimore, Maryland 1309
       Buried: 


       Father: Burton Norvall HARRISON (1838-1904) 1309
       Mother: Constance Fairfax CARY (1843-1920) 691,693


     Marriage: 6 June 1894 57



Wife Hetty CARY

          AKA: Hester CARY 57,2038
         Born: 6 August 1871 - Richmond, Virginia 2038
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 June 1943 - Virginia
       Buried:  - Ivy Hill Cemetery, Alexandria City, Virginia


       Father: John Brune CARY, CSA (1840-1917)
       Mother: Frances Eugenia DANIEL (1840-1909) 526,2897




Children
1 F Constance Cary HARRISON 2038,3575

         Born: 30 March 1895 - New York, New York
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 March 1948 - Virginia
       Buried:  - Ivy Hill Cemetery, Alexandria City, Virginia



2 F Ursula Fairfax HARRISON 2037,2038,2039

         Born: 14 December 1898 - District of Columbia
   Christened: 
         Died: 30 January 1989 - Essex County, Virginia
       Buried:  - Ivy Hill Cemetery, Alexandria, Virginia
       Spouse: Capt. Charles Elliott BAIRD, Jr., WWI 2037
         Marr: 16 October 1920 - Belvoir Farm, Fauquier County, Virginia


3 M Richard Fairfax HARRISON 2039,3576

         Born: 14 August 1906 - Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 27 January 1969 - Alexandria City, Virginia
       Buried:  - Ivy Hill Cemetery, Alexandria City, Virginia



4 F Sally Cary Fairfax HARRISON 3575

         Born: 7 February 1913 - Fairfax County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 July 1989
       Buried:  - Ivy Hill Cemetery, Alexandria City, Virginia
       Spouse: Gerhard Heinrich DIEKE
         Marr: 8 June 1938 - Fairfax County, Virginia



General Notes: Husband - Fairfax HARRISON

Reginald Fairfax Harrison was widely known as "Fairfax Harrison." [https://blog.mcny.org/2011/06/28/who-was-reginald-fairfax-harrison/]

Fairfax HARRISON was a prolific author and published genealogist. Among his contributions to the study of genealogy were "Virginia Land Grants" and other articles he submitted to "The Virginia Magazine". (Compiler's note: His article "A Group of Northern Neck Families" published in "Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Volume I, 1920" which sketched members of the DANIEL (O'DANIEL), BOWLING, HURST, GUNNELL, and MOXLEY families of Fairfax County, Virginia is what first started Robert Louis Daniell on his search for the descendants of William O'DANIEL of Stafford County, Virginia.)
Fairfax HARRISON married Hester "Hetty" CARY on 6 Jun 1894. She was the daughter of John Brune CARY and Frances Eugenia DANIEL, a great-great-granddaughter of William and Frances O'DANIEL of Stafford County, Virginia. Fairfax and Hetty Cary HARRISON's children thereby became descendants of all five of the families he chronicled in "A Group of Northern Neck Families" by Fairfax HARRISON published in Tyler's Quarterly.
In the 1900 U.S. Census for the District of Columbia, Washington, the family of Fairfax HARRISON is listed as: HARRISON, Fairfax Head W M Mar 1869 31 M NY LA KY Lawyer; --, Hester Wife W F Aug 1872 27 M - 2 2 VA VA VA; -- Constance Dau W F Mar 1895 5 S NY NY VA; -- "Hersella" (Ursula) Dau W F Dec 1898 2 Dist. of Col. NY VA. They have three live-in servants. (Series: T623 Roll: 160 Page: 199)
The 1910 Census shows that Fairfax and Hetty added a son Richard to the family about 1907. The household in 1910 included four servants, a cook, a nurse, and a "hosteler").
Fairfax HARRISON was President of the Southern Railway during World War I. On April 11, 1917, Daniel Willard, President of the Baltimore and Ohio and Chairman of the Advisory Commission of the Council of National Defense, called a conference in Washington, D.C. Nearly 700 railroad presidents signed a resolution in which they agreed to contribute to the war effort by running their lines as a 'continental railway system.' They created a five-man 'Railroads' War Board' [also referred to as the Railway War Board] chaired by Fairfax HARRISON, President, Southern Railway, along with E.E. Clark, ICC (ex-officio), Howard Eliot, Chairman Executive Committee Northern Pacific, Hale Holden, President Burlington, Julius Kruttschnitt, Chairman Executive Committee Southern Pacific, Samuel Rea, President Pennsylvania, and Willard (ex-officio).
"Fairfax Harrison (brilliant Virginian aristocratic lawyer). Gave the SR its "style" with green locos, Southern Crescent, etc. Began the RR's transition from passenger/tourism orientation to a true investor in developing the land, resources, and industry of the south. Arguably the best prez ever. Certainly had the most style. The Southern serves the South." [Comments are my humble opinion, Matt Bumgarner (stealthnfo@aol.com ), February 25, 2003.]
1920 U.S. Census, Virginia, Fauquier County, Scott District; Series: T625 Roll: 1888 Page: 218: Fm 66 676 HARRISON, Fairfax Head MW 50 M NY LA KY Farmer General farm; -- Hetty C. Wife F W 49 M VA MD MD; -- Constance C. Dau F W 24 S NY NY VA; -- Ursula Dau F W 22 S DC NY VA; -- Richard F. Son M W 14 S VA NY VA; -- Sally C. F. Dau F W 7 S VA NY VA; and five household servants.
Fairfax HARRISON was also interested in thoroughbred horses and their lineages, writing "The Belair Stud 1747-1761", in 1929; "The John's Island Stud" 1750-1788" in 1931;and "Early American Turf Stock 1730 - 1830, Vol. 1 and 2" in 1935. these works are listed as part of the bibliography at the website "Foundation Matriarchs of the Thoroughbred" (www.bloodlines.net/bibliography).
1930 U.S. Census, Virginia, Fauquier County, Scott District (Middle Part); Series: T626 Roll: 2443 Page: 196: 151 151 HARRISON, Fairfax Head M W 61 M 22 NY MO(?) VA General farming; -- Hetty Wife F W 58 M 22 VA MD VA; -- Constance C. Dau F W 35 S NY NY VA; -- Richard Son M W 23 S VA NY VA; -- Sally C. F. Dau 17 S VA NY VA.
Natalie HUGHES, a fifth great-granddaughter of William and Frances O'DANIEL from the line of Catherine O'DANIEL who married Henry GUNNELL about 1743, sent this comment: "Edward and I attended an estate sale about ten years ago, in the modern house of one of the descendants, and it was filled with his books, paintings, and mementos of all sorts, from his Upperville property Belvoir. If I had known of the connection I might have tried to buy the place out, but we did carry away hundreds of books." (June 13, 2004. RLD)
Fairfax Harrison
Date Event
1869 , Mar. 13 Born, New York, N.Y., the son of Burton Norvell and Constance Cary Harrison
1890 B.A., Yale University, New Haven, Conn. 1891 M.A. and legal studies, Columbia University, New York, N.Y.
1892 Admitted to New York bar; practiced law with firm of Bangs, Stetson, Tracy, and MacVeagh
1894 Married Hetty Cary 1896 Solicitor, Southern Railway Co.; moved to Washington, D.C.
1901 Published A History of the Legal Development of the Railroad System of the Southern Railway Company (Washington, D.C.: 1519 pp.)
1903 Assistant to Samuel Spencer, president of the Southern Railway Co.
1906 Vice president, Southern Railway Co.
1910 - 1913 President of the Chicago, Indianapolis & Louisville Railway Co.
1913 Elected president of the Southern Railway Co.
1913 Translated and published Roman Farm Management: The Treatises of Cato and Varro (New York: Macmillan. 365 pp.) 1917 - 1920 Chairman, Railroads War Board
1924 As president of Southern Railway Co., permitted payment of first common stock dividend in company's history
1938 , Feb.2 Died, Baltimore, Md.


General Notes: Wife - Hetty CARY

Hester CARY is listed as the wife of Fairfax HARRISON on the 1900 U.S. Census for Washington, D.C. Her nickname was "Hetty", a name found in numerous writings concerning her, as well as the 1910 U. S. Census for Fairfax, Virginia.
The Robert E. Lee Memorial Association, Inc. The first formal "Council" meeting was held at Stratford Hall Plantation October 14-15, 1929. Miss Ethel ARMES, a paid employee as Executive Secretary, could not be made a board member but the board paid her a beautiful tribute. Also at this first meeting- The Garden Club of Virginia through Mrs. Fairfax HARRISON offered to restore the East Garden. (http://www.stratfordhall.org/relma.html)

Obituary: Funeral services will be held at 11:30 a.m. tomorrow at St. Paul's Church, Washington Circle, for Mrs. Fairfax Harrison, 71, widow of the former president of the Southern Railway, who died yesterday morning at Doctors Hospital, after an illness of less than a month. Private burial will btake place in Ivy Hill Cemetery, Alexandria, Va. She was president of the Washington Society of Colonial Dames, a vice regent of the Mount Vernon Ladies Association, member of the Washington Club and the Mary Washington Association. Last month Mrs. Harrison received the Massie Medal from the Garden Club of Virginia for outstanding work she had done in connection with restoration work as chairman of the club's Restoration Committee. She had taken part in restoration work at Williamsburg, Stratford, Monticello, and the Kenmore Gardens and Mary Washington Memorial in Fredericksburg. Mrs. Harrison lived in Washington from 1897 to 1907 and after that had lived here off and on during the winters over a period of more than a decade. She was one of the founders of the Potomac School... The former Miss Hetty Cary, Mrs. Harrison was the daughter of John Broun Cary and Frances Daniels [sic] Cary. She was born in richmond on August 6, 1871. Her marriage took place in 1895. She is survived by three daughters, Miss Constance Cary Harrison of Belvoir, Fauquier County (Va.) estate where Mrs. Harrison lived; Mrs. Sallie Harrison Dieke of Baltimore and Mrs. Ursula Harrison Baird of Marshall, Va.; one son, Richard Harrison of Belvoir; two granddaughters, Misses Barbara and Mary Elizabeth Baird; two grandsons, Charles Baird II and Harrison Baird; two sisters, Mrs. Jacob Ulman of Baltimore and Mrs. William Hamilton Lawrence of San Francisco, and a brother, Wilson Miles Cary. [The Evening Star, Washington, District of Columbia, Thursday, June 24, 1943, Page 4.]

On May 4, 1944, a portrait of Hetty Cary Harrison by Ivan O'Linsky was unveiled by her daughter, Mrs. Charles Baird, and presented to the College of William and Mary by Mrs. William R. Massie. Present for the unveiling were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baird, Richard Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. Francis B. Harrison, Miss Beatrice Davenport, Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Dieke, Mrs. J. A. Ulman, and Mrs. Hunsdon Cary, all relatives of Mrs. Harrison. [The Richmond Times Dispatch, Richmond, Virginia, Friday, May 5, 1944, Page 15]

The Hetty Cary Harrison Memorial Library was established at the College of William and Mary.
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Brigadier General John PEGRAM, CSA and Hetty CARY




Husband Brigadier General John PEGRAM, CSA 3538

         Born: 24 January 1832 - Dinwiddie County, Virginia 3538
   Christened: 
         Died: 6 February 1865 - Dinwiddie County, Virginia 3538
       Buried:  - Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond City, Virginia
     Marriage: 19 January 1865 - Richmond, Virginia 3538



Wife Hetty CARY 3538

         Born: 15 May 1836 - Baltimore County, Maryland 3538
   Christened: 
         Died: 27 September 1892 - Baltimore County, Maryland 3538
       Buried: 29 September 1892 - Saint Thomas Episcopal Church Cemetery, Baltimore County, Maryland


       Father: Colonel Wilson Miles CARY (1806-1877) 3534
       Mother: Jane Margaret CARR (      -      ) 3537



 Other Spouse: H. Newell MARTIN 3538 - 1879 3538


Children

General Notes: Husband - Brigadier General John PEGRAM, CSA

John Pegram is buried in Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Richmond City, Virginia. Find A Grave Memorial# 4663



Birth: Jan. 24, 1832
Petersburg
Petersburg City
Virginia, USA
Death: Feb. 2, 1865
Virginia, USA

US Civil War Confederate General. He graduated from the US Military Academy in 1854, was commissioned an officer in the 2nd Dragoons and served on the frontier. At the out break of the Civil War, he resigned and was commissioned a Captain in the Confederate Cavalry. Promoted Lieutenant Colonel, he was captured at the Battle of Rich Mountain and was later prisoner exchanged. In July 1862, he was assigned as chief for staff of General Edmund Kirby Smith. In November 1862, he was promoted Brigadier General, commanding a cavalry brigade at Rich Mountain, Murfreesboro, Chickamauga, Wilderness, Shenandoah Valley and Winchester. On February 6, 1865, as rallied his troops at Hatcher's Run, Virginia, he was killed instantly. (bio by: John "J-Cat" Griffith)

Family links:
Parents:
Virginia Johnson Pegram (1810 - 1888)

Spouse:
Hetty Cary Martin (1836 - 1892)*

Siblings:
Mary Evans Pegram Anderson (1832 - 1911)*
John Pegram (1832 - 1865)
James West Pegram (1839 - 1881)*
William Ransom Johnson Pegram (1841 - 1865)*
Virginia Pegram McIntosh (1843 - 1920)*


General Notes: Wife - Hetty CARY

Hetty Cary firstmarried Brigadier General John Pegram, CSA on 19 January 1865. He was killed in battle on 6 February 1865.

Mrs. Hetty Cary Martin, wife of Prof. H. Newel Martin of Johns Hopkins University, died yesterday at her home, 925 St. Paul street. She had been in ill health for the last three years.. Mrs. Martin was the daughter of the late Wilson M. Cary. Her father was a nephew of of Thomas Jefferson and her mother was Jefferson's niece. Her parents were natives of Virginia and came to Maryland in 1834. For six years her father represented Baltimore county in the State Senate... While traveling in Europe she met Prof. H. Newell Martin and on their return to Baltimore they married in 1878. Her father died in 1877. Her mother is stilll living at 915 North Charles street. [The Sun, Baltimore, Maryland, Wednesday, September 28, 1892, Page 8]

Death notice: Mrs. Hetty Cary Martin, wife of Prof. H. Newell Martin and grand niece of Thomas Jefferson, died at her home in this city. [The Sun, Baltimore, Maryland, Wednesday, September 28, 1892, Page 1]
Death notice: MARTIN. - On September 27. HETTY CARY, wife of H. Newell Martin, and daughter of the late Wilson Miles Cary. Funeral services at No. 925 St. Paul street, Thursday, at 1:30 P. M. Interment private. [The Sun, Baltimore, Maryland, Wednesday, September 28, 1892, Page 4]

Hetty Cary Martin is buried in the Old Section, Lot 126, Saint Thomas Episcopal Church Cemetery, Owings Mills, Baltimore County, Maryland. A picture of her gravestone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 20112939:

IN LOVING MEMORY OF
HETTY CARY MARTIN
DAUGHTER OF WILSON MILES & JANE M. CARY
BORN MAY 15, 1836
DIED SEPT. 27, 1892
MARRIED JANUARY 19, 1865
BRIG. GEN. JOHN PEGRAM CSA OF RICHMOND, VA
WHO WAS KILLED IN BATTLE FEB, 6, 1865

The memorial links to those for her parents and her husbands, John Pegram (1832 - 1865) and Henry Newell Martin (1848 - 1896).

From the Sun, Baltimore, Maryland:
Belle Run Baltimorean Hetty Cary's disarming beauty, sense aof adventure and bold confederate sympathies made her one of the more fascinating characters of the Civil War.
Author: SUN STAFFDan Fesperman
Article Text:
You come upon the members of the Cary family in the shade of a spreading oak, in the Baltimore County church yard where they have reposed for roughly a century. Moving from left to right, the first headstones belong to a brother and sister, Sydney and Jenny Cary. Then come the parents, Wilson Miles Cary and Jane Margaret Cary, followed by their eldest son, Wilson Miles Cary Jr.
But it is the last grave, daughter Hetty's, that catches your eye as well as your imagination. One reason is the small Confederate battle flag poked in the grass. Another is the epitaph, suggesting war, travel, romance, tragedy and, ultimately, reconciliation.
So, you decide to dig beneath the surface, figuratively speaking, and soon unearth a tale that typifies Baltimore during the Civil War, an era of divided loyalties and perilous journeys, populated by smugglers, soldiers and larger-than-life personalities. And you are surprised to find that, 108 years after her death, Hetty's legacy lives on - in museums, on the Internet, through re-enactor portrayals, and with every playing of the Maryland state song.
Rodger D. Cary can tell you all about her. A distant cousin of Hetty, Cary is a part-time historian and genealogist, and president of an electronic research firm. He lives in Suffern, N.Y., which officially makes him a "Yankee," yet he's the fellow who poked that Confederate flag into the ground by Hetty's grave.
That's because she, her younger sister Jenny and their cousin Constance became three of the most celebrated belles of the South during the Civil War, and not just by hanging around the drawing rooms of Richmond society.
They smuggled supplies, sewed flags and uniforms, nursed the wounded and, in their spare time, partied, played charades and courted with the likes of cavalry commander J.E.B. Stuart and Confederate President Jefferson Davis.
"They were the pin-up girls of the Civil War, selling war bonds and all that kind of stuff," Cary says. And by boldly setting out to visit wounded troops at makeshift hospitals, he says, "they broke ranks with society and brought out a lot of people of stature (to do the same). These girls were hell bent for leather, and damn well did as they pleased."
It is the sort of reputation that attracts re-enactors such as Lisa Davis, a Taneytown woman who portrayed her at the opening of Baltimore's Civil War Museum three years ago.
"The more I find out about her," Davis says, "the more I want to know."
It didn't hurt that they were bluebloods, which counted for plenty in the South. Although Hetty was born at Haystack, the family's farmhouse in northeast Baltimore County (the stuccoed home still stands, in rolling fields near Glen Arm and Williams roads), both parents were gentrified Virginians descended from Thomas Jefferson. Rodger Cary's genealogical work connects the family "to at least five governors and a couple of presidents," as well as to Pocahontas, who married ancestor John Rolfe.
In 1842, when Hetty was 6, the family opened a girls' academy, The Southern Home School, at Haystack. Four years later Hetty's father won election to the Maryland state senate. But then the Carys fell on hard times, selling the farm in 1850 and sending the children to stay with relatives as far away as New York. It was good training in self-reliance for the hardships of the war years to come.
By the spring of 1861 the family was living in a rowhouse on Eutaw Street at the corner of Biddle (now the site of Maryland General Hospital). Hetty was 25, sister Jenny was 23, and their brother, Wilson Miles Cary Jr., was nearly 22. Their mother had re-opened her girls school just down the street.
Their father was a notary public. His fortunes had stabilized, but the nation was falling apart and Baltimore was in turmoil. Abraham Lincoln's election prompted South Carolina to secede. He wasn't exactly loved in Maryland, either, winning only 2 percent of the state vote, and he sneaked through Baltimore in the wee hours on the way to his inauguration, convinced assassins were out to get him.
In April, events veered out of control with the Confederate bombardment of Fort Sumter. Lincoln called for 75,000 new troops, and an answering regiment of volunteers passing through Baltimore clashed with a mob on April 19. Four soldiers and 12 civilians were killed. Martial law followed, clamping down on the city. Secessionist lawmakers, police administrators and newspaper editors were arrested, including Frances Key Howard, editor of the Baltimore Exchange and grandson of Francis Scott Key. For a while, he was jailed at Fort McHenry.
When native Marylander James Ryder Randall read about it all in a Louisiana newspaper, he penned a nine-stanza rant about oppression beneath "the despot's heel," which was published in Baltimore papers. It caught the attention of a secessionist circle of young women known as the Monument Street Girls, and Hetty and Jenny Cary were among them.
Jenny set the poem to the tune of an old college song, "Lauriger Horatius" ("O, Tannenbaum"), and the girls sang it for their friends. It was called "Maryland, My Maryland," a rallying cry for the Confederacy, and in 1939 it become the state song, inflammatory lyrics and all.
A popular Confederate figure
When the girls weren't singing, they were sewing uniforms for the boys who'd gone South to enlist in the Confederate army, and by late June they were ready for delivery. They also heard they would soon be arrested. So, they packed up a "rather formidable array of luggage," according to their brother, Wilson Miles Cary Jr., who described the events in a letter long after the war, and they set out with him for Richmond, "under cover of a visit to our friends the Blakistones of St. Mary's."
Setting across the bay, "our party, reinforced by two Southern sympathizers, successfully ran the blockade from Blakistone's Island," he wrote, "passing with muffled oars in the dark within gun shot of the U.S. Man of War `Pawnee.' ... We arrived in Richmond by rail on the 9th of July - a little more than a week before the battle of Bull Run. Mr. Jefferson Davis and the officials of the Southern Confederacy had their headquarters at that time in the Spotswood Hotel where we stopped, and there also we had the good fortune to find General Robert E. Lee, then Chief of staff, or military advisor to the President, and as he was [someone] whom we had known when he resided with his family in Baltimore a few years before, he showed my sisters much attention and secured for us seats at his table - presented us to the President and other distinguished men of the day. The Girls created quite a sensation."
Did they ever. By war's end Southern newspapers as far away as New Orleans would gush over Hetty's beauty, charm and intelligence. No less than Mary Boykin Chesnut, whose diary is one of the most renowned accounts of the war, joined in the praise.
The Cary sisters then joined cousin Constance Cary, who'd fled her northern Virginia home as the armies approached, at a friend's country home in Orange County, and that September General P.T. Beauregard invited the three women to visit the Maryland troops camped near Manassas. Wilson Cary accompanied them and wrote, "We were entertained for the night at the quarters of Capt. Isaac Sears Sterett, a Baltimore cousin ... After a dinner, to which a number of young officers were invited, the girls held quite a levee, and the entertainment concluded with a serenade by members of the `Washington Artillery,' the crack battery of New Orleans. Before departing, the young men begged to hear a woman's voice, and my sister Jenny, the only one of the party with vocal gifts, responded to their urgency, and sang them `Maryland my Maryland.' By this time quite a crowd had collected from the camp, and the listening assemblage went wild with enthusiasm, as the words of the stirring song rang out on the moonlit air."
Cousin Constance later recalled their sleeping arrangements for the evening, writing that they "slept, or rather giggled, half the night, upon layers of cartridge flannel on the hard floor of a tent, with a row of hoopskirts hanging like balloons on the pole overhead, and soldiers guarding us outside."
The army soon called on the Cary women again, this time to sew battle flags. The national flag of the Confederacy looked so much like the U.S. flag that it was causing confusion in battle. A new stars-and-bars design was adopted for a battle standard, the one which now generates boycotts and demonstrations for its enduring prominence in South Carolina and Georgia.
Crossing the line
By then Richmond was overflowing with war refugees, and the Cary women settled for the winter of 1862 into a hotel called the Clifton House, "a dreary old building, indifferently kept," according to Constance, "honeycombed with subterranean passages ... For want of a sitting-room, we took possession of what had been a doctor's office, a little way down the hilly street, communicating with the hotel by the light of an underground passage, dark as Erebus ... Many a dignitary of State and camp will recall our Clifton evenings. Several times we gave suppers to which we contributed only a roast turkey, a ham, and some loaves of bread ... It was an amusing sight to see a major-general come in hugging a bottle of brandied peaches, and a member of Congress carrying his quota of sardines and French prunes."
That February, captured Confederate General John Pegram was paroled via Baltimore to his mother's house in Richmond, where he met Hetty. The bearded Pegram wasn't much of a commander. As Chesnut noted, he was "promoted regularly after every one of his defeats." But he was victorious in a brisk competition for Hetty's attention, and they were soon engaged.
He rejoined his troops, and Hetty and Jenny Cary began plotting a return across enemy lines to Baltimore. By then their brother was an officer, stationed in Richmond in the quartermaster's office. His wartime diary says on Aug. 4, 1862, that Hetty and Jenny had "arranged with Capt. Norris to take them to the banks of the Potomac - they are to cross into Southern Maryland and stay at Col. Sotheron's, whence they will write to Pa to come and meet them and advise whether it be safe for them to go to Balto ... I envy them - they are going where I would be wild to go - but I may not see home for years and maybe never."
Letters from mom hadn't exactly been encouraging. Federal troops were still searching the house from time to time, but the girls went anyway. Their arrival attracted the attention of federal authorities soon enough. More searches followed, and by the spring of 1863 the commanders were contemplating either arrest or deportation.
Henry P. Goddard, a Connecticut soldier based in the city then, would recall years later how he overheard Major General Robert C. Schenck, commander of the occupying forces, tell a subordinate, "I think that if Miss Hetty Cary continues to be so active in communicating with her Southern friends we shall have to send her South. ... But if I do, I shall have to forbid the officer who escorts her through our lines to look at her, much less speak to her, for that woman could bewitch the Angel Gabriel."
Hetty left of her own accord while Jenny stayed home. She "had a thrilling experience in crossing to Virginia," her brother recalled. "The unseaworthy sailboat in which she was compelled, by hot pursuit, to attempt the passage, was overhauled and fired upon by Yankee Guardboats, and only escaped capture by running into the face of a fearsome storm, during which she was saved from shipwreck almost by miracle."
The news of her narrow escape soon made the rounds in Richmond, but not before her return caught practically everyone, including her fiance, by surprise, as Chesnut recounted in her diary.
"After one of his catastrophes, he was at home," she wrote of Pegram, "and there was a party at his mother's house. Suddenly, armed at all points in full panoply, that is, a beautiful Baltimore ball dress, the unlooked-for apparition of Hetty Cary dawned upon them. They thought her in Maryland. General Pegram absolutely fell back, fainting with joyful emotion.
"Mr. Venable taunted us. `The matter with you is no man ever fainted for love of you.'
"And we could not say that one ever did."
Chesnut saw quite a few men swoon over Hetty, including her husband, who she said confided one night that "if there were no such word as `fascinating,' you would have to invent one to describe Hetty Cary." And after watching J.E.B. Stuart literally fall all over himself in her wake during an evening of charades, cousin Constance archly remarked, "Hetty likes them that way, you know, gilt-edged and with stars."
A new life begins
Hetty made one more visit home during the war in early 1864, this time in disguise. But she returned that May after Pegram was injured slightly in the battle of the Wilderness.
Disease and wartime shortages gripped Richmond by then, and Hetty's letters noted bonnets costing $500 and boarding houses charging $200 a month. In January 1865, Hetty's mother finally arranged to visit from Baltimore, obtaining a pass through federal lines from President Lincoln. Pegram wrangled a pass home, too, and he and Hetty quickly set Jan. 19 as their wedding date.
Most of Richmond society turned out for the event, including President Davis, who loaned his private carriage to take the couple to St. Paul's Church. Cousin Contance later recalled a series of bad omens: Hetty broke a mirror while trying on her veil; the horses of Davis' carriage reared violently and refused to budge; and Hetty tore her veil as she entered the church.
The newlyweds left together for the battlefront, by then only a few miles from Richmond. She stood alongside Robert E. Lee for a review of the troops on Feb. 2. Four days later, Pegram was killed in a cavalry charge while she worked in a cabin near headquarters, making fabric for new uniforms. No one had the heart to tell her until the next morning. Her mother and brother rode out to accompany her through freezing rain back to Richmond. The funeral was at St. Paul's, three weeks to the day after the wedding.
With the war winding down, Hetty returned to Baltimore on a pass signed by Union General U.S. Grant. She was arrested anyway, although an outraged Grant quickly ordered her release.
In the following months, while the nation began recovering from the war and the assassination of President Lincoln, Hetty began teaching at her mother's school. By January 1866 she was leading a monastic life, as evidenced by a set of handwritten New Year's Resolutions attributed to her, now stored at the Maryland Historical Society:
1. Rise invariably at 5:30. Bath.
2. Pray and read Bible till 6:30
3. Be dressed by 7. Keep house half an hour.
4. Leave breakfast table by 8. Keep house till 10:30.
5. Earnestly and faithfully to teach as long as shall be required, never forgetting to improve to the best of my ability every talent my God has entrusted to me.
6. On returning from school, examine myself honestly as to my duties during the morning.
And so on. She was a teacher until 1879, when she married a Johns Hopkins professor she met on a trip overseas. He was an Irishman, Newell Martin, and they collaborated on a textbook in anatomy.
In the meantime, she rejoined Baltimore society, and her acquaintances of the time included Henry Goddard, the Connecticut soldier who'd heard so much about her during the war.
"She was still very beautiful and attractive," Goddard recalled for The Sun in 1911, "and after I told her of what General Schenck had said, about his order to whoever took her through our lines, she laughed heartily and we became good friends, and continued such to the day of her death."
That came on Sept. 27, 1892, at the age of 56. She was buried in the family plot at St. Thomas Church, in Garrison Forest. By 1925, the rest of her family had joined her - all of the Carys, reunited at last.
Caption:
1. Songstress: Hetty entertained Confederate soldiers with what later became Maryland's state song.
2. Epitaph: Hetty's grave rests in the family plot in Garrinson Forest, but her legacy lives on.
3. Portrayal: Lisa Davis plays Hetty Cary in a re-enactment in front of the Battle Monument at Calvert and Fayette streets.
Epitaph: Hetty's grave rests in the family plot in Garrison Forest, but her legacy lives on.
Photo(s)
Copyright (c) 2000 The Baltimore Sun Company
Record Number: 0010250075 [newslibrary.com]
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H. Newell MARTIN and Hetty CARY




Husband H. Newell MARTIN 3538

         Born: 1848 3538
   Christened: 
         Died: 1897 3538
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 1879 3538



Wife Hetty CARY 3538

         Born: 15 May 1836 - Baltimore County, Maryland 3538
   Christened: 
         Died: 27 September 1892 - Baltimore County, Maryland 3538
       Buried: 29 September 1892 - Saint Thomas Episcopal Church Cemetery, Baltimore County, Maryland


       Father: Colonel Wilson Miles CARY (1806-1877) 3534
       Mother: Jane Margaret CARR (      -      ) 3537



 Other Spouse: Brigadier General John PEGRAM, CSA 3538 - 19 January 1865 - Richmond, Virginia 3538


Children

General Notes: Wife - Hetty CARY

Hetty Cary firstmarried Brigadier General John Pegram, CSA on 19 January 1865. He was killed in battle on 6 February 1865.

Mrs. Hetty Cary Martin, wife of Prof. H. Newel Martin of Johns Hopkins University, died yesterday at her home, 925 St. Paul street. She had been in ill health for the last three years.. Mrs. Martin was the daughter of the late Wilson M. Cary. Her father was a nephew of of Thomas Jefferson and her mother was Jefferson's niece. Her parents were natives of Virginia and came to Maryland in 1834. For six years her father represented Baltimore county in the State Senate... While traveling in Europe she met Prof. H. Newell Martin and on their return to Baltimore they married in 1878. Her father died in 1877. Her mother is stilll living at 915 North Charles street. [The Sun, Baltimore, Maryland, Wednesday, September 28, 1892, Page 8]

Death notice: Mrs. Hetty Cary Martin, wife of Prof. H. Newell Martin and grand niece of Thomas Jefferson, died at her home in this city. [The Sun, Baltimore, Maryland, Wednesday, September 28, 1892, Page 1]
Death notice: MARTIN. - On September 27. HETTY CARY, wife of H. Newell Martin, and daughter of the late Wilson Miles Cary. Funeral services at No. 925 St. Paul street, Thursday, at 1:30 P. M. Interment private. [The Sun, Baltimore, Maryland, Wednesday, September 28, 1892, Page 4]

Hetty Cary Martin is buried in the Old Section, Lot 126, Saint Thomas Episcopal Church Cemetery, Owings Mills, Baltimore County, Maryland. A picture of her gravestone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 20112939:

IN LOVING MEMORY OF
HETTY CARY MARTIN
DAUGHTER OF WILSON MILES & JANE M. CARY
BORN MAY 15, 1836
DIED SEPT. 27, 1892
MARRIED JANUARY 19, 1865
BRIG. GEN. JOHN PEGRAM CSA OF RICHMOND, VA
WHO WAS KILLED IN BATTLE FEB, 6, 1865

The memorial links to those for her parents and her husbands, John Pegram (1832 - 1865) and Henry Newell Martin (1848 - 1896).

From the Sun, Baltimore, Maryland:
Belle Run Baltimorean Hetty Cary's disarming beauty, sense aof adventure and bold confederate sympathies made her one of the more fascinating characters of the Civil War.
Author: SUN STAFFDan Fesperman
Article Text:
You come upon the members of the Cary family in the shade of a spreading oak, in the Baltimore County church yard where they have reposed for roughly a century. Moving from left to right, the first headstones belong to a brother and sister, Sydney and Jenny Cary. Then come the parents, Wilson Miles Cary and Jane Margaret Cary, followed by their eldest son, Wilson Miles Cary Jr.
But it is the last grave, daughter Hetty's, that catches your eye as well as your imagination. One reason is the small Confederate battle flag poked in the grass. Another is the epitaph, suggesting war, travel, romance, tragedy and, ultimately, reconciliation.
So, you decide to dig beneath the surface, figuratively speaking, and soon unearth a tale that typifies Baltimore during the Civil War, an era of divided loyalties and perilous journeys, populated by smugglers, soldiers and larger-than-life personalities. And you are surprised to find that, 108 years after her death, Hetty's legacy lives on - in museums, on the Internet, through re-enactor portrayals, and with every playing of the Maryland state song.
Rodger D. Cary can tell you all about her. A distant cousin of Hetty, Cary is a part-time historian and genealogist, and president of an electronic research firm. He lives in Suffern, N.Y., which officially makes him a "Yankee," yet he's the fellow who poked that Confederate flag into the ground by Hetty's grave.
That's because she, her younger sister Jenny and their cousin Constance became three of the most celebrated belles of the South during the Civil War, and not just by hanging around the drawing rooms of Richmond society.
They smuggled supplies, sewed flags and uniforms, nursed the wounded and, in their spare time, partied, played charades and courted with the likes of cavalry commander J.E.B. Stuart and Confederate President Jefferson Davis.
"They were the pin-up girls of the Civil War, selling war bonds and all that kind of stuff," Cary says. And by boldly setting out to visit wounded troops at makeshift hospitals, he says, "they broke ranks with society and brought out a lot of people of stature (to do the same). These girls were hell bent for leather, and damn well did as they pleased."
It is the sort of reputation that attracts re-enactors such as Lisa Davis, a Taneytown woman who portrayed her at the opening of Baltimore's Civil War Museum three years ago.
"The more I find out about her," Davis says, "the more I want to know."
It didn't hurt that they were bluebloods, which counted for plenty in the South. Although Hetty was born at Haystack, the family's farmhouse in northeast Baltimore County (the stuccoed home still stands, in rolling fields near Glen Arm and Williams roads), both parents were gentrified Virginians descended from Thomas Jefferson. Rodger Cary's genealogical work connects the family "to at least five governors and a couple of presidents," as well as to Pocahontas, who married ancestor John Rolfe.
In 1842, when Hetty was 6, the family opened a girls' academy, The Southern Home School, at Haystack. Four years later Hetty's father won election to the Maryland state senate. But then the Carys fell on hard times, selling the farm in 1850 and sending the children to stay with relatives as far away as New York. It was good training in self-reliance for the hardships of the war years to come.
By the spring of 1861 the family was living in a rowhouse on Eutaw Street at the corner of Biddle (now the site of Maryland General Hospital). Hetty was 25, sister Jenny was 23, and their brother, Wilson Miles Cary Jr., was nearly 22. Their mother had re-opened her girls school just down the street.
Their father was a notary public. His fortunes had stabilized, but the nation was falling apart and Baltimore was in turmoil. Abraham Lincoln's election prompted South Carolina to secede. He wasn't exactly loved in Maryland, either, winning only 2 percent of the state vote, and he sneaked through Baltimore in the wee hours on the way to his inauguration, convinced assassins were out to get him.
In April, events veered out of control with the Confederate bombardment of Fort Sumter. Lincoln called for 75,000 new troops, and an answering regiment of volunteers passing through Baltimore clashed with a mob on April 19. Four soldiers and 12 civilians were killed. Martial law followed, clamping down on the city. Secessionist lawmakers, police administrators and newspaper editors were arrested, including Frances Key Howard, editor of the Baltimore Exchange and grandson of Francis Scott Key. For a while, he was jailed at Fort McHenry.
When native Marylander James Ryder Randall read about it all in a Louisiana newspaper, he penned a nine-stanza rant about oppression beneath "the despot's heel," which was published in Baltimore papers. It caught the attention of a secessionist circle of young women known as the Monument Street Girls, and Hetty and Jenny Cary were among them.
Jenny set the poem to the tune of an old college song, "Lauriger Horatius" ("O, Tannenbaum"), and the girls sang it for their friends. It was called "Maryland, My Maryland," a rallying cry for the Confederacy, and in 1939 it become the state song, inflammatory lyrics and all.
A popular Confederate figure
When the girls weren't singing, they were sewing uniforms for the boys who'd gone South to enlist in the Confederate army, and by late June they were ready for delivery. They also heard they would soon be arrested. So, they packed up a "rather formidable array of luggage," according to their brother, Wilson Miles Cary Jr., who described the events in a letter long after the war, and they set out with him for Richmond, "under cover of a visit to our friends the Blakistones of St. Mary's."
Setting across the bay, "our party, reinforced by two Southern sympathizers, successfully ran the blockade from Blakistone's Island," he wrote, "passing with muffled oars in the dark within gun shot of the U.S. Man of War `Pawnee.' ... We arrived in Richmond by rail on the 9th of July - a little more than a week before the battle of Bull Run. Mr. Jefferson Davis and the officials of the Southern Confederacy had their headquarters at that time in the Spotswood Hotel where we stopped, and there also we had the good fortune to find General Robert E. Lee, then Chief of staff, or military advisor to the President, and as he was [someone] whom we had known when he resided with his family in Baltimore a few years before, he showed my sisters much attention and secured for us seats at his table - presented us to the President and other distinguished men of the day. The Girls created quite a sensation."
Did they ever. By war's end Southern newspapers as far away as New Orleans would gush over Hetty's beauty, charm and intelligence. No less than Mary Boykin Chesnut, whose diary is one of the most renowned accounts of the war, joined in the praise.
The Cary sisters then joined cousin Constance Cary, who'd fled her northern Virginia home as the armies approached, at a friend's country home in Orange County, and that September General P.T. Beauregard invited the three women to visit the Maryland troops camped near Manassas. Wilson Cary accompanied them and wrote, "We were entertained for the night at the quarters of Capt. Isaac Sears Sterett, a Baltimore cousin ... After a dinner, to which a number of young officers were invited, the girls held quite a levee, and the entertainment concluded with a serenade by members of the `Washington Artillery,' the crack battery of New Orleans. Before departing, the young men begged to hear a woman's voice, and my sister Jenny, the only one of the party with vocal gifts, responded to their urgency, and sang them `Maryland my Maryland.' By this time quite a crowd had collected from the camp, and the listening assemblage went wild with enthusiasm, as the words of the stirring song rang out on the moonlit air."
Cousin Constance later recalled their sleeping arrangements for the evening, writing that they "slept, or rather giggled, half the night, upon layers of cartridge flannel on the hard floor of a tent, with a row of hoopskirts hanging like balloons on the pole overhead, and soldiers guarding us outside."
The army soon called on the Cary women again, this time to sew battle flags. The national flag of the Confederacy looked so much like the U.S. flag that it was causing confusion in battle. A new stars-and-bars design was adopted for a battle standard, the one which now generates boycotts and demonstrations for its enduring prominence in South Carolina and Georgia.
Crossing the line
By then Richmond was overflowing with war refugees, and the Cary women settled for the winter of 1862 into a hotel called the Clifton House, "a dreary old building, indifferently kept," according to Constance, "honeycombed with subterranean passages ... For want of a sitting-room, we took possession of what had been a doctor's office, a little way down the hilly street, communicating with the hotel by the light of an underground passage, dark as Erebus ... Many a dignitary of State and camp will recall our Clifton evenings. Several times we gave suppers to which we contributed only a roast turkey, a ham, and some loaves of bread ... It was an amusing sight to see a major-general come in hugging a bottle of brandied peaches, and a member of Congress carrying his quota of sardines and French prunes."
That February, captured Confederate General John Pegram was paroled via Baltimore to his mother's house in Richmond, where he met Hetty. The bearded Pegram wasn't much of a commander. As Chesnut noted, he was "promoted regularly after every one of his defeats." But he was victorious in a brisk competition for Hetty's attention, and they were soon engaged.
He rejoined his troops, and Hetty and Jenny Cary began plotting a return across enemy lines to Baltimore. By then their brother was an officer, stationed in Richmond in the quartermaster's office. His wartime diary says on Aug. 4, 1862, that Hetty and Jenny had "arranged with Capt. Norris to take them to the banks of the Potomac - they are to cross into Southern Maryland and stay at Col. Sotheron's, whence they will write to Pa to come and meet them and advise whether it be safe for them to go to Balto ... I envy them - they are going where I would be wild to go - but I may not see home for years and maybe never."
Letters from mom hadn't exactly been encouraging. Federal troops were still searching the house from time to time, but the girls went anyway. Their arrival attracted the attention of federal authorities soon enough. More searches followed, and by the spring of 1863 the commanders were contemplating either arrest or deportation.
Henry P. Goddard, a Connecticut soldier based in the city then, would recall years later how he overheard Major General Robert C. Schenck, commander of the occupying forces, tell a subordinate, "I think that if Miss Hetty Cary continues to be so active in communicating with her Southern friends we shall have to send her South. ... But if I do, I shall have to forbid the officer who escorts her through our lines to look at her, much less speak to her, for that woman could bewitch the Angel Gabriel."
Hetty left of her own accord while Jenny stayed home. She "had a thrilling experience in crossing to Virginia," her brother recalled. "The unseaworthy sailboat in which she was compelled, by hot pursuit, to attempt the passage, was overhauled and fired upon by Yankee Guardboats, and only escaped capture by running into the face of a fearsome storm, during which she was saved from shipwreck almost by miracle."
The news of her narrow escape soon made the rounds in Richmond, but not before her return caught practically everyone, including her fiance, by surprise, as Chesnut recounted in her diary.
"After one of his catastrophes, he was at home," she wrote of Pegram, "and there was a party at his mother's house. Suddenly, armed at all points in full panoply, that is, a beautiful Baltimore ball dress, the unlooked-for apparition of Hetty Cary dawned upon them. They thought her in Maryland. General Pegram absolutely fell back, fainting with joyful emotion.
"Mr. Venable taunted us. `The matter with you is no man ever fainted for love of you.'
"And we could not say that one ever did."
Chesnut saw quite a few men swoon over Hetty, including her husband, who she said confided one night that "if there were no such word as `fascinating,' you would have to invent one to describe Hetty Cary." And after watching J.E.B. Stuart literally fall all over himself in her wake during an evening of charades, cousin Constance archly remarked, "Hetty likes them that way, you know, gilt-edged and with stars."
A new life begins
Hetty made one more visit home during the war in early 1864, this time in disguise. But she returned that May after Pegram was injured slightly in the battle of the Wilderness.
Disease and wartime shortages gripped Richmond by then, and Hetty's letters noted bonnets costing $500 and boarding houses charging $200 a month. In January 1865, Hetty's mother finally arranged to visit from Baltimore, obtaining a pass through federal lines from President Lincoln. Pegram wrangled a pass home, too, and he and Hetty quickly set Jan. 19 as their wedding date.
Most of Richmond society turned out for the event, including President Davis, who loaned his private carriage to take the couple to St. Paul's Church. Cousin Contance later recalled a series of bad omens: Hetty broke a mirror while trying on her veil; the horses of Davis' carriage reared violently and refused to budge; and Hetty tore her veil as she entered the church.
The newlyweds left together for the battlefront, by then only a few miles from Richmond. She stood alongside Robert E. Lee for a review of the troops on Feb. 2. Four days later, Pegram was killed in a cavalry charge while she worked in a cabin near headquarters, making fabric for new uniforms. No one had the heart to tell her until the next morning. Her mother and brother rode out to accompany her through freezing rain back to Richmond. The funeral was at St. Paul's, three weeks to the day after the wedding.
With the war winding down, Hetty returned to Baltimore on a pass signed by Union General U.S. Grant. She was arrested anyway, although an outraged Grant quickly ordered her release.
In the following months, while the nation began recovering from the war and the assassination of President Lincoln, Hetty began teaching at her mother's school. By January 1866 she was leading a monastic life, as evidenced by a set of handwritten New Year's Resolutions attributed to her, now stored at the Maryland Historical Society:
1. Rise invariably at 5:30. Bath.
2. Pray and read Bible till 6:30
3. Be dressed by 7. Keep house half an hour.
4. Leave breakfast table by 8. Keep house till 10:30.
5. Earnestly and faithfully to teach as long as shall be required, never forgetting to improve to the best of my ability every talent my God has entrusted to me.
6. On returning from school, examine myself honestly as to my duties during the morning.
And so on. She was a teacher until 1879, when she married a Johns Hopkins professor she met on a trip overseas. He was an Irishman, Newell Martin, and they collaborated on a textbook in anatomy.
In the meantime, she rejoined Baltimore society, and her acquaintances of the time included Henry Goddard, the Connecticut soldier who'd heard so much about her during the war.
"She was still very beautiful and attractive," Goddard recalled for The Sun in 1911, "and after I told her of what General Schenck had said, about his order to whoever took her through our lines, she laughed heartily and we became good friends, and continued such to the day of her death."
That came on Sept. 27, 1892, at the age of 56. She was buried in the family plot at St. Thomas Church, in Garrison Forest. By 1925, the rest of her family had joined her - all of the Carys, reunited at last.
Caption:
1. Songstress: Hetty entertained Confederate soldiers with what later became Maryland's state song.
2. Epitaph: Hetty's grave rests in the family plot in Garrinson Forest, but her legacy lives on.
3. Portrayal: Lisa Davis plays Hetty Cary in a re-enactment in front of the Battle Monument at Calvert and Fayette streets.
Epitaph: Hetty's grave rests in the family plot in Garrison Forest, but her legacy lives on.
Photo(s)
Copyright (c) 2000 The Baltimore Sun Company
Record Number: 0010250075 [newslibrary.com]
picture

Thomas Isham RANDOLPH and Jane CARY




Husband Thomas Isham RANDOLPH 2946

         Born: Cir 1745
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Colonel Isham RANDOLPH (      -      ) 2947
       Mother: 


     Marriage: 1768 2946



Wife Jane CARY 2946

         Born: 12 February 1751 2947
   Christened: 
         Died: 1774 2947
       Buried: 


       Father: Colonel Archibald "Old Iron" CARY (1720-1786) 2946,2948
       Mother: Mary RANDOLPH (1727-1781) 2898,2949




Children

General Notes: Husband - Thomas Isham RANDOLPH

"of 'Ben Lomond' in Goochland, son of Colonel Isham RANDOLPH, of Dungeness"
picture

Rev. E. D. SMITH and Jane Blair CARY




Husband Rev. E. D. SMITH 3537

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Jane Blair CARY

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Wilson Jefferson CARY (1784-1823) 694,3536
       Mother: Virginia RANDOLPH (1786-1852) 694




Children

General Notes: Husband - Rev. E. D. SMITH

Of New York City, New York.
picture

Charles Ridgely WHITE and Jane Margaret CARY




Husband Charles Ridgely WHITE 3577

         Born: Abt 1879 - Maryland 3578
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 23 October 1900 3577



Wife Jane Margaret CARY 3577

         Born: 1878 3577
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 March 1903 3577
       Buried: 


       Father: John Brune CARY, CSA (1840-1917)
       Mother: Frances Eugenia DANIEL (1840-1909) 526,2897




Children
1 M John McKin WHITE 3577

         Born: Abt 1901 - Maryland 3578
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 F Elizabeth Thomas WHITE 3577

         Born: Abt 1903 - Maryland 3578
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Charles Ridgely WHITE

"Of Baltimore."

1910 U.S. Census, Maryland, Baltimore County, Dist. 9; Series: T624 Roll: 551 Page: 147: 331 336 CARY J. B. Head M W 70 Wd MD VA VA Treasurer Distilling Co.; -- F. D. Dau F W 25 S MD MD VA; WHITE C. R. Dau [sic, Son-in-law, Charles Ridgley] F [sic, M] 31 Wd - 2 2 MD MD VA; -- J. McK. GrSon M W 9 S MD MD MD; -- E. T. GrDau F W 7 S MD MD MD; three servants.
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John Brune CARY, CSA and Frances Eugenia DANIEL




Husband John Brune CARY, CSA

         Born: April 1840 - Maryland 3290
   Christened: 
         Died: 1917
       Buried: 


       Father: Colonel Wilson Miles CARY (1806-1877) 3534
       Mother: Jane Margaret CARR (      -      ) 3537


     Marriage: 7 November 1867 - Jefferson County, Virginia 2527



Wife Frances Eugenia DANIEL 526,2897

         Born: 19 December 1840 - Virginia 3290
   Christened: 
         Died: 27 September 1909 - Maryland 3290
       Buried:  - Saint Thomas Episcopal Church Cemetery, Baltimore County, Maryland


       Father: William Stephen DANIEL (1806-Bef 1849) 118
       Mother: Catherine G. HURST (1802-1874) 1808




Children
1 F Jane Margaret CARY 57,3579

         Born: Abt November 1869 - Henrico County, Virginia 57
   Christened: 
         Died: 1870
       Buried: 



2 F Hetty CARY

          AKA: Hester CARY 57,2038
         Born: 6 August 1871 - Richmond, Virginia 2038
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 June 1943 - Virginia
       Buried:  - Ivy Hill Cemetery, Alexandria City, Virginia
       Spouse: Fairfax HARRISON
         Marr: 6 June 1894 57


3 F Katherine Daniel CARY 3577

          AKA: Catherine C. ULMAN 3580
         Born: 17 January 1874 - West Virginia 3580
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 August 1964
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Jacob Albert ULMAN 3577
         Marr: 1895 57


4 F Ellen Buchanan CARY 57,3290

         Born: December 1877 - Maryland 3290
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Frederick McLellan BURBANK 57
         Marr: 29 October 1902 - Baltimore, Maryland 57


5 F Jane Margaret CARY 3577

         Born: 1878 3577
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 March 1903 3577
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Charles Ridgely WHITE 3577
         Marr: 23 October 1900 3577


6 M Wilson Miles CARY 57

         Born: 24 December 1879 - Maryland 3290
   Christened: 
         Died: 6 October 1943
       Buried:  - Saint Thomas Episcopal Church Cemetery, Baltimore County, Maryland
       Spouse: Helen Snowden LANAHAN 695
         Marr: 21 October 1903 - Baltimore County, Maryland 695


7 F Frances Daniel CARY 57

         Born: 20 January 1884 - Baltimore, Maryland 3290
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: William Hamilton LAWRENCE 57,58
         Marr: 16 October 1912 - Baltimore, Maryland



General Notes: Husband - John Brune CARY, CSA

John B. Cary's Civil War records from the National Archives show that he served in the First Maryland Cavalry, C.S.A., from 1864-1865. He was arrested by Union troops in May 1865 and paroled to Baltimore a few months later. (Elizabeth Claire Lawrence, eclawrence@ucdavis.edu), 8/30/2006)

John married Frances Eugenia DANIEL, daughter of William Stephen DANIEL and Catherine G. HURST, on 7 November 1867.

1870 U.S. Census, Virginia, Henrico County, Madison-Wd Richmond, as of 1 June 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 1654 Page: 85: 931 1173 CARY, John B. 27 M W Commission Merch -- 500 MD; -- Fanny 24 W F Keeping house VA; -- Jenny 7/12 F W At home VA.

1900 U.S. Census, Maryland, Baltimore County, 13-Wd Baltimore; Series: T623 Roll: 613 Page: 186; E. Bibble Street 208 230 259 CARY, John B. Head W M Apr 1840 60 M 33 MD VA VA; -- Fannie D. Wife W F ??? 1845 55 M 33 7 6 VA VA VA; -- Ellen B. Dau W F Dec 1877 22 S MD MD VA; (next page) CARY Wilson M. Son W M Dec 1879 20 S MD MD MD; -- Frances D. W F Dau Jan 1884 16 S MD MD MD.

1910 U.S. Census, Maryland, Baltimore County, Dist. 9; Series: T624 Roll: 551 Page: 147: 331 336 CARY J. B. Head M W 70 Wd MD VA VA Treasurer Distilling Co.; -- F. D. Dau F W 25 S MD MD VA; WHITE C. R. Dau [sic, Son-in-law, Charles Ridgley] F [sic, M] 31 Wd - 2 2 MD MD VA; -- J. McK. GrSon M W 9 S MD MD MD; -- E. T. GrDau F W 7 S MD MD MD; three servants.


General Notes: Wife - Frances Eugenia DANIEL

"Mrs. Alfred BARBOUR (Ann Catherine DANIEL), wife of General JOHNSTON's chief quartermaster, with her sister, Miss Frances DANIEL, later, wife of my cousin John Brune CARY, of Baltimore, were among the blooming young beauties of the day."

Frances Eugenia "Fannie" Daniel Cary is buried in Saint Thomas Episcopal Church Cemetery, Owings Mills, Baltimore County, Maryland. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 83908098:

FRANCES DANIEL CARY
WIFE OF JOHN BRUNE CARY
DAUGHTER OF W. S. AND C. G. DANIEL
OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, VIRGINIA
DECEMBER 19, 1840
SEPTEMBER 27, 1909

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Jacob Albert ULMAN and Katherine Daniel CARY




Husband Jacob Albert ULMAN 3577

         Born: 20 January 1865 - Maryland 3580
   Christened: 
         Died: 29 January 1935
       Buried:  - Saint Thomas Episcopal Church Cemetery, Baltimore County, Maryland
     Marriage: 1895 57



Wife Katherine Daniel CARY 3577

          AKA: Catherine C. ULMAN 3580
         Born: 17 January 1874 - West Virginia 3580
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 August 1964
       Buried: 


       Father: John Brune CARY, CSA (1840-1917)
       Mother: Frances Eugenia DANIEL (1840-1909) 526,2897




Children
1 F Nanine Harisse ULMAN 3577,3580

         Born: 8 December 1896 - Baltimore County, Maryland 3580
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 October 1972 - Wayne County, Michigan
       Buried:  - Mount Elliott Cemetery, Wayne County, Michigan
       Spouse: Count Alfred NIEZYCHOWSKI
         Marr: Bef 1940


2 F Jane Margaret Cary ULMAN 3577

         Born: 19 March 1898 - Baltimore County, Maryland 3580
   Christened: 
         Died: 30 September 1965
       Buried:  - All Hallows Chapel Cemetery, Anne Arundel County, Maryland
       Spouse: Major Joseph Alexander Wilson IGLEHART, USA
         Marr: 29 December 1917 - Maryland


3 F Rose ULMAN 3577

          AKA: Rosa ULMAN 3580
         Born: 7 May 1900 - Baltimore County, Maryland 3580
   Christened: 
         Died: 19 August 1977
       Buried:  - Saint Thomas Episcopal Church Cemetery, Baltimore County, Maryland



4 F Katherine Cary ULMAN 3581

         Born: 14 September 1902 - Baltimore County, Maryland 3581
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 August 1972 - Baltimore County, Maryland
       Buried:  - Saint Thomas Episcopal Church Cemetery, Baltimore County, Maryland



5 M Albert Jacob ULMAN 3581

         Born: 13 December 1908 - Baltimore County, Maryland 3581
   Christened: 
         Died: 5 November 1956
       Buried:  - Saint Thomas Episcopal Church Cemetery, Baltimore County, Maryland




General Notes: Husband - Jacob Albert ULMAN

1900 U.S. Census, Maryland, Baltimore County, Ward 12, Baltimore; Series: T623 Roll: 612 Page: 284: N. Charles St 2801 291 326 ULMAN Jacob A. Head W M Jan 1865 35 M 5 MD Germany France Merch Liquor; -- Catherine Wife W F Jan 1874 24 [sic] M 5 3 3 WV VA VA; -- Nanine Dau W F Dec 1896 3 S MD MD WV; -- J. M. C. Son W M Mch 1898 2 S MD MD WV; -- Rosa Dau W F May 1900 0/12 S MD MD WV.

1910 U.S. Census, Maryland, Baltimore County, Dist. 3; Series: T624 Roll: 551 Page: 115: 239 241 ULMAN Jacob A. Head M W 45 M1 15 MD Germany France Wholesale merchant distiller; -- Katherine C. Wife F W 35 M1 15 5 5 VA VA WV; -- Nanine H. Dau F W 13 S MD MD VA; -- Margaret C. Dau F W 11 S MD MD VA; -- Rose Dau F W 9 S MD MD VA; -- Katherine C. Dau F W 7 S MD MD VA; -- Albert J. Son M W 2 S MD MD VA; MORROW Sophia M. F W 28 S NY Scotland Scotland.

1920 U.S. Census, Maryland, Baltimore County, Dist. 3; Series: T625 Roll: 654 Page: 177: 132 146 ULMAN Jacob A. Head M W 55 M MD Gernany France Merchant Metals _____; -- Catherine C. Wife F W 46 M WV VA VA; -- Nanine Dau F W 23 S MD MD WV; -- Rose Dau F W 20 S MD MD WV; -- Catherine Dau F W 17 S MD MD WV; -- Albert Son M W 11 S MD MD WV; two servants.

Jacob Albert Ulman is buried in Saint Thomas Episcopal Church Cemetery, Owings Mills, Baltimore County, Maryland. A picture of his headstone, shared with his wife, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 83900271:

JACOB ALBERT ULMAN
BORN JANUARY 20, 1965
DIED JANUARY 29, 1935


General Notes: Wife - Katherine Daniel CARY

Katherine Daniel "Kate" Cary, wfe of Jacob Albert Ulman, is buried in Saint Thomas Episcopal Church Cemetery, Owings Mills, Baltimore County, Maryland. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 83900392:

KATE CARY ULMAN
BORN JANUARY 17, 1874
DIED AUGUST 22, 1964

The 1900 census lists Catherine [sic] Ulman's birth in January 1874.

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Gouverneur MORRIS and Martha Jefferson CARY




Husband Gouverneur MORRIS 3582

         Born: 
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     Marriage: 



Wife Martha Jefferson CARY

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Wilson Jefferson CARY (1784-1823) 694,3536
       Mother: Virginia RANDOLPH (1786-1852) 694




Children

General Notes: Husband - Gouverneur MORRIS

Of Morrisania, New York.
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Major Carter PAGE, RS-VA and Mary CARY




Husband Major Carter PAGE, RS-VA 3564

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 1825
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 12 April 1783 - Tuckahoe, Goochland County, Virginia 3563



Wife Mary CARY 2947,3562

         Born: 4 December 1766 - Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 26 January 1797 - Virginia
       Buried:  - Presquisle on James River, Virginia 3563


       Father: Colonel Archibald "Old Iron" CARY (1720-1786) 2946,2948
       Mother: Mary RANDOLPH (1727-1781) 2898,2949




Children

General Notes: Husband - Major Carter PAGE, RS-VA

"Major Carter PAGE, of 'The Fork' in Cumberland County"

According to the Virginia "Historical Record" Carter PAGE is named in the list of students who left the College of William & Mary to join the American Army in 1766 (typo?, 1776?) He rose to the rank of Major, serving as aid-de-camp to General Lafayette in the campaign against British General Cornwallis.


General Notes: Wife - Mary CARY

Called "Polly."
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Orlando FAIRFAX and Mary Randolph CARY




Husband Orlando FAIRFAX 3567

         Born: 1806
   Christened: 
         Died: 1882 - Virginia
       Buried: 


       Father: Thomas FAIRFAX, 9th Lord Fairfax (      -1846) 3560
       Mother: Margaret HERBERT (1784-      )


     Marriage: 



Wife Mary Randolph CARY

         Born: Abt 1808
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Wilson Jefferson CARY (1784-1823) 694,3536
       Mother: Virginia RANDOLPH (1786-1852) 694




Children
1 F Mary Edith FAIRFAX (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
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James Howard McHENRY and Sarah Nichols CARY




Husband James Howard McHENRY 3534

         Born: 1820 3534
   Christened: 
         Died: 1888 3534
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 1855 3534



Wife Sarah Nichols CARY 3534

         Born: 1832 3534
   Christened: 
         Died: 1893 3534
       Buried: 


       Father: Colonel Wilson Miles CARY (1806-1877) 3534
       Mother: Jane Margaret CARR (      -      ) 3537




Children

General Notes: Husband - James Howard McHENRY

"Of 'Sudbrook,' Baltimore County, Md."
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Wilson CARY




Husband Wilson CARY 3568

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Elizabeth CARY 696,3570

         Born: 1738 3568
   Christened: 
         Died: 1778 3568
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Brian FAIRFAX, 8th Lord Fairfax 3566
         Marr: 1759 3568



General Notes: Husband - Wilson CARY

Of "Richneck", Warwick County, Virginia.
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Wilson Jefferson CARY and Virginia RANDOLPH




Husband Wilson Jefferson CARY 694,3536

         Born: 1784 - Carysbrook, Fluvanna, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 5 September 1823 - Fluvanna County, Virginia 3559
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 28 August 1805 - Monticello, Albemarle County, Virginia 694,3536



Wife Virginia RANDOLPH 694

         Born: 30 January 1786 - Tuckahoe, Goochland County, Virginia 3559
   Christened: 
         Died: 1852 - Carysbrook, Fluvanna, Virginia
       Buried: 


       Father: Colonel Thomas Mann RANDOLPH (1741-1793) 2898,3559
       Mother: Anne CARY (1745-1789) 2949,3559




Children
1 M Colonel Wilson Miles CARY 3534

         Born: 2 September 1806 - Carysbrook, Fluvanna County, Virginia 3535
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 January 1877 - Baltimore County, Maryland 3534
       Buried:  - Saint Thomas Episcopal Church Cemetery, Baltimore County, Maryland
       Spouse: Jane Margaret CARR 3537
         Marr: 1832 3535


2 M Archibald CARY 694,695

         Born: 1815 - Fluvanna County, Virginia 695
   Christened: 
         Died: 1854 695
       Buried:  - Ivy Hill Cemetery, Alexandria, Virginia 693
       Spouse: Mominia FAIRFAX 696
         Marr: 1838 696


3 F Jane Blair CARY

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Rev. E. D. SMITH 3537


4 F Mary Randolph CARY

         Born: Abt 1808
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Orlando FAIRFAX 3567


5 F Martha Jefferson CARY

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Gouverneur MORRIS 3582


6 F Ellen Randolph CARY 3537

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Did Not Marry



Notes: Marriage

http://www.jodygoad.com/d0002/g0000007.html#I5133
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Wilson Miles CARY and Helen Snowden LANAHAN




Husband Wilson Miles CARY 57

         Born: 24 December 1879 - Maryland 3290
   Christened: 
         Died: 6 October 1943
       Buried:  - Saint Thomas Episcopal Church Cemetery, Baltimore County, Maryland


       Father: John Brune CARY, CSA (1840-1917)
       Mother: Frances Eugenia DANIEL (1840-1909) 526,2897


     Marriage: 21 October 1903 - Baltimore County, Maryland 695



Wife Helen Snowden LANAHAN 695

         Born: Cir 1883
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Charles Mittenberger LANAHAN (1856-1901)
       Mother: Anne Richardson SNOWDEN (Abt 1856-1921) 3558




Children
1 F Ann Snowden CARY 695,3558

         Born: 26 July 1904 695
   Christened: 
         Died: January 1981
       Buried: 
       Spouse: M. Cabell WOODWARD, Jr.
         Marr: 1926 - Baltimore County, Maryland


2 M Wilson Miles CARY 695,3558

         Born: 22 January 1906 - Maryland 695
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 November 1970
       Buried:  - Saint Thomas Episcopal Church Cemetery, Baltimore County, Maryland




General Notes: Husband - Wilson Miles CARY

An engagement picture of "Miss Helen M. Lanahan" was published in the Baltimore American, March 4, 1903, page 13. the caption reads: "Her engagement to Mr. Wilson Miles Cary, Jr., has just been announced. Miss Lanahan is a daughter of the late Charles Lanahan, and made her debut two seasons ago. She is very popular in society."
A similar picture and story were published on March 8, 1903 in the Sun, Baltimore Maryland, which listed her as "Miss Helen Snowden Lanahan."

Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Miles Cary will give a large dance on the evening of December 9 for Mr. Cary's two debutante nieces, Miss Elizabeth White and Miss Katherine Cary Ulman. [The Sun, Baltimore, Maryland, Wednesday, November 10, 1920, Page 4]

"Mr. Wilson Miles Cary, Sr., has returned to Baltimore, after an absence of two years abroad, and is visiting his nephew, Mr. Wilson Miles Cary, Jr.; at his residence, 1113 North Calvert street. Mr. Cary was accompanied home by his sister, Miss Cary, who is now with their married sister, Mrs. Fairfax Harrison, in Fauquier county, Va." [The Baltimore American, Baltimore, Maryland, Sunday, March 22, 1908, Page 25]

1920 U.S. Census, Maryland, Baltimore
500 CARY, Wilson M. Head M W 39 M MD MD VA Proprietor Iron foundry.
Wilson's wife and children reside with her mother on Washington Place in Baltimore.

Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Miles Cary will give a large dance on the evening of December 9 for Mr. Cary's two debutante nieces, Miss Elizabeth White and Miss Katherine Cary Ulman. [The Sun, Baltimore, Maryland, Wednesday, November 10, 1920, Page 4]

1930 U.S. Census, Maryland, Baltimore City; Series: T626 Roll:869 Page:2A:
24 26 CAREY [sic] Wilson Miles Head M W Un M US US US [blank]
-- Helen Wife F W Un M US US US [blank]

Wilson Miles Cary is buried in Saint Thomas Episcopal Church Cemetery, Owings Mills, Baltimore County, Maryland. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 83907853:

WILSON MILES CARY
DEC. 24, 1880
OCT. 6, 1943

The memorial notes "husband of helen snowden lanahan cary (born 1880)" and links to those for his father, Wilson Miles Cary (1838 - 1914) and a son, Wilson Miles Cary (1906 - 1970).


General Notes: Wife - Helen Snowden LANAHAN

An engagement picture of "Miss Helen M. Lanahan" was published in the Baltimore American, March 4, 1903, page 13. the caption reads: "Her engagement to Mr. Wilson Miles Cary, Jr., has just been announced. Miss Lanahan is a daughter of the late Charles Lanahan, and made her debut two seasons ago. She is very popular in society."
A similar picture and story were published on March 8, 1903 in the Sun, Baltimore Maryland, which listed her as "Miss Helen Snowden Lanahan."

Helen Snowden LANAHAN married Wilson Miles CARY in 1903. In 1920, Helen and her two children reside with her widowed mother, Annie S. LANAHAN.

1920 U.S. Census, Maryland, Baltimore County, Ward 11, Baltimore; Series: T625 Roll: 661 Page: 119: Washington Place --- --- 221 LANAHAN Annie S. Head F W 64 Wd OH MD OH None; Cary Helen Dau F W 38 M MD MD OH None; -- Ann S. GrSon [sic, GrDau] F W 15 S MD MD MD; -- Wilson M. GrSon M W 14 S MD MD MD.
[Wilson Miles Cary, Helen's husband resides on E. Read Street]

1940 U.S. Cenus, Maryland, Baltimore City, Ward 11; Series T627 Roll: 1518 Page: 3B:
85 DULANEY, Josephine Head F W 56 Divorced Maryland Manager Own shop
Carey Helen L. Partner F W 60 Divorced Maryland
On 1 April 1935, both Josephine and Helen resided in Baltimore, Maryland.


Notes: Marriage

The wedding of Miss Helen Snowden Lanahan and Mr. Wilson Miles Cary, Jr., which took place at 6:30 o'clock last evening at Old St. Paul's Church, was one of the most beautiful and interesting of the season in Baltimore society. The bride is a daughter of the late Charles M. Lanahan... Mr. Cary is a son of Mr. John Brune Cary and a member of the distinguished Cary family of Virginia and Maryland... The bride was given away by her mother... The maid of honor was Miss Mary Lanahan... The bridesmaids were Mrs. Sidney Tremble, of Chicago; Mrs. James Clarke Dulany, Miss Adalaide Lanahan and Miss Frances Cary... The ushers were Mr. Charles Leland Warren, of Chicago; Mr. Guy Cary, of New York; Mr. Philip Livingston Poe, Mr. Edward McC. Fisher and Mr. Bolling H. Harrison... Dr. Hodges, rector of the parish, officiated... [The Baltimore American, Baltimore, Maryland, Thursday, October 22, 1903, Page 12]

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Wilson Miles CARY




Husband Wilson Miles CARY 695,3558

         Born: 22 January 1906 - Maryland 695
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 November 1970
       Buried:  - Saint Thomas Episcopal Church Cemetery, Baltimore County, Maryland


       Father: Wilson Miles CARY (1879-1943) 57
       Mother: Helen Snowden LANAHAN (Cir 1883-      ) 695


     Marriage: 



Wife

         Born: 
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         Died: 
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Children

General Notes: Husband - Wilson Miles CARY

"WILSON CARY 22 Jan 1906 Nov 1970 21093 (Lutherville Timonium, Baltimore, MD) (none specified) 056-10-0662 New York" [Social Security Death Index]

Wilson Miles Cary, Jr. is buried in Saint Thomas Episcopal Church Cemetery, Owings Mills, Baltimore County, Maryland. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 83900131:

WILSON MILES CARY, JR.
JAN. 22, 1906
NOV. 12, 1970
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Austin CASADY and Clara PAICE




Husband Austin CASADY 1424

          AKA: Otto CASADY 2790
         Born: 16 December 1863 - Washington County, Ohio 2791
   Christened: 
         Died: 25 March 1946 - Henry County, Illinois
       Buried: 


       Father: William Jackson CASADY (1829-1906) 267
       Mother: Margaret Ann CLARK (1833-1879) 267,831


     Marriage: 22 February 1891 - Henry County, Illinois

 Other Spouse: Jenney L. BINGE 1422,1423 - Abt 1907



Wife Clara PAICE 2791

         Born: December 1869 - Illinois 2791
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - Austin CASADY

1900 U.S. Census, Illinois, Henry County; Kewanne; Series: T623 Roll: 306 Page: 135: Walnut St 721 77 88 CASADY Austin Head W M Dec 1863 36 M 9 OH OH OH Horse trainer; -- Clara Wife W F Dec 1869 30 M 9 0 0 IL England IL; [3 others]; Same address: 77 90 PAICE Frank Head W M Feb 1888 22 M 1 IL IL England Teamster; -- Alice Wife W F Mar 1884 16 M 1 1 1 IL OH NE; -- James B. Son W M Mar 1900 2/12 S IL IL IL. [Clara's maiden name is PAICE, Frank a brother?]

About 1907, Austin remarried to Jennie BINGE.
In 1910 Jennie and son, Hedley CASADY reside with her brother, Charlie BINGE. Austin is in prison convicted of child abuse.
1910 U.S. Census, Illinois, Knox County, Walnut Grove Twp; Series: T624 Roll: 299 Page: 122:
225 225 BINGE Charlie Head M W 20 S IL IL WI Farmer Farm; CASADY Jennie Sister F W 21 Wd - 1 1 IA IL WI None; --Hedley Nephew M W 18/12 S IL VA IA.
1910 U.S. Census, Illinois, Will County, Joliet Twp, Illinois State Penitentiary; Series: T624 Roll: 334 Page: 39: Line 60 CASADAY [sic] Austin Prisoner M W 44 M1 3 OH OH OH Furniture maker Furniture industry. [On 20 June 1911, the State Supreme Court reversed the conviction. The Northeastern reporter, Volume 95, West Publishing Company, p. 498]

1920 U.S. Census, Illinois, Henry County; Kewanne; Series: T625 Roll: 371 Page: 32: No. Walnut St 729 316 320 CASSIDY Otto Head M W 54 M OH OH OH Proprietor General store; -- Jennie Wife F W 32 M IA IL IA; -- Headley Son M W 14 S IL OH IA; -- Hayden Son M W 7 S IL OH IA.

1930 U.S. Census, Illinois, Henry County; Kewanne, Pct 2; Series: T626 Roll: 519 Page: 23: North Walnut St 727 212 220 CASADY Ott Head M W 64 M 26 OH OH OH Proprietor Grocery meat; -- Jennie Wife F W 42 M 19 IA England WI; -- Hayden Son M W 16 S IL OH IA.

Austin Cassidy died 25 Mar 1946 in Kewanee, Henry County, Illinois at age 82. His parents were William and Margaret Cassidy. [Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947: FamilySearch.org, Digital Folder Number: 4005317,
Image Number: 2398, Film Number: 1991238, Volume/Page/Certificate Number:cn 10684]
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Brian Daniel CASADY and Margaret ZUKIN




Husband Brian Daniel CASADY (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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       Father: Gary Leon CASADY
       Mother: Linda Elaine RINN


     Marriage: 



Wife Margaret ZUKIN (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 

 Other Spouse: HUNTINGTON


Children
1 F Alaina CASADY (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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2 F Zoe CASADY (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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Cpl. Calvin Eddie CASADY, USMC, WWII and Lena Faye PERRY




Husband Cpl. Calvin Eddie CASADY, USMC, WWII 3156

         Born: 30 April 1925 - Kay County, Oklahoma 43
   Christened: 
         Died: 6 January 2007 - Arapahoe County, Colorado 43
       Buried:  - Fort Logan National Cemetery, Denver, Colorado 3156


       Father: Eddie George CASADY (1899-1953) 266,269
       Mother: Videth Jewel LYDAY (1900-1995)


     Marriage: 

 Other Spouse: Mary Jane BREUEDEL



Wife Lena Faye PERRY (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
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       Father: Abner Jackson PERRY (Abt 1905-      )
       Mother: Edith Josephine WALKER (Abt 1905-      )



 Other Spouse: TOTTEN


Children
1 M Gary Leon CASADY (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Linda Elaine RINN (living)


2 M Michael James CASADY (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Susan Marie SWANSTROM (living)


3 M Douglas Owen CASADY (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Janie --?-- (living)



General Notes: Husband - Cpl. Calvin Eddie CASADY, USMC, WWII

Calvin Eddie CASADY is buried in Section 50 Site 279, Fort Logan National Cemetery, Denver County, Colorado. Find A Grave Memorial #20906961, created by: Pam on Aug 12, 2007 lists Calvin's birth on April 30, 1925, his death on January 6, 2007, and provides that he was a World War II verteran who served in the U. S. Marine Corps.

SSDI: CALVIN E CASADY 30 Apr 1925 06 Jan 2007 (V) 80465 (Morrison, Jefferson, CO ) (none specified) 522-26-1219 Colorado.
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Clinton Jay CASADY and Allie Fern COFFEY




Husband Clinton Jay CASADY 269

         Born: 1 October 1891 - Iowa 269
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 December 1918 - Grady County, Oklahoma
       Buried:  - Verden Cemetery


       Father: Devol CASADY (1859-1936) 267
       Mother: Nellie Ann WILMETH (1871-1913) 268,269


     Marriage: 24 December 1916 - Chickasha, Grady County, Oklahoma



Wife Allie Fern COFFEY

         Born: 29 January 1897 - Williamson County, Illinois 43,3583
   Christened: 
         Died: 10 August 1984 43
       Buried: 


       Father: Amon COFFEY (1865-      ) 3583
       Mother: Pauline HUNT (1868-      )



 Other Spouse: Henry R. CURTIS - March 1941


Children
1 U CASADY

         Born: 17 October 1917 - Grady County, Oklahoma
   Christened: 
         Died: 17 October 1917 - Grady County, Oklahoma
       Buried:  - Verden Cemetery



2 F Geneva Fern CASADY (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Edward Davis FIELDS, USN, WWII
       Spouse: Grady McCORKLE



General Notes: Husband - Clinton Jay CASADY

The 1900 census provides an alternate date of birth, "Oct 1892." It also lists him as "Clifton J." and says he was born in Iowa.

"CASADY, Clinton J., b. 1 Oct 1891, d. 15 Dec 1918" (Verden Cemetery, Grady County, Oklahoma)


General Notes: Wife - Allie Fern COFFEY

Allie Fern COFFEY married Clinton Jay CASADY on 24 December 1916. Clinton died 15 December 1918, leaving Allie with a newborn daughter, Geneva Fern. In 1920, Allie and daughter live in the home of her unmarried brother, Overton, in Grady County, Oklahoma.

1920 U.S. Census, Oklahoma. Grady County, Tuttle; Series: T625 Roll: 1462 Page: 35:
Fm 16 COFFEY Overton Head M W 24 S IL IL IL Farm operator;
CASADY Allie F. Sister F W 23 Wd IL IL IL;
CASADY Geneva F. Niece F W 11/12 S OK IA IL.

SSDI: ALLIE CURTIS 29 Jan 1897 Aug 1984 73107 (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, OK ) (none specified) 444-09-8907 Oklahoma

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Cristy Lee CASADY and Sheryl Cecelia DINKEL




Husband Cristy Lee CASADY (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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       Father: Billy D. CASADY (1927-1990)
       Mother: Patsy Ruth BOWLES


     Marriage: 



Wife Sheryl Cecelia DINKEL (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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Children
1 F Dawn Nicole CASADY (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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       Spouse: Albert James PREBULA III (living)


2 F Krista Lee CASADY (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Billy Ellsworth BROWN (living)


3 M Ricky Matthew CASADY (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Lauren Elyse WAX (living)



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Albert James PREBULA III and Dawn Nicole CASADY




Husband Albert James PREBULA III (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Dawn Nicole CASADY (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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       Father: Cristy Lee CASADY
       Mother: Sheryl Cecelia DINKEL




Children
1 M Albert James PREBULA IV (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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2 F Kaylee Eylse PREBULA (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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Devol CASADY and Nellie Ann WILMETH




Husband Devol CASADY 267

         Born: 18 November 1859 - Ohio
   Christened: 
         Died: 2 February 1936 - Verden, Grady County, Oklahoma
       Buried:  - Verden Cemetery, Grady County, Oklahoma


       Father: William Jackson CASADY (1829-1906) 267
       Mother: Margaret Ann CLARK (1833-1879) 267,831


     Marriage: 25 July 1889 - Adair County, Iowa

 Other Spouse: Carrie LEWIS - 8 December 1913 - Oklahoma

 Other Spouse: Bessie May BALLARD - 4 August 1915 - Grady County, Oklahoma

 Other Spouse: Myrtle ESLECK - 25 January 1927 - Oklahoma

 Other Spouse: Eva Lena --?-- 829 - Abt 1928



Wife Nellie Ann WILMETH 268,269

         Born: 19 September 1871 - Doniphan County, Kansas 268
   Christened: 
         Died: 14 May 1913 - Verden, Grady County, Oklahoma
       Buried:  - Verden Cemetery


       Father: Sylvester James WILMETH (1832-1905) 268
       Mother: Amy Augusta LESTER (1845-1919) 3584,3585




Children
1 M Frank CASADY

         Born: Cal 10 July 1890 - Iowa
   Christened: 
         Died: 11 February 1892 - Adams County, Iowa
       Buried:  - Rose Hill Cemetery



2 M Clinton Jay CASADY 269

         Born: 1 October 1891 - Iowa 269
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 December 1918 - Grady County, Oklahoma
       Buried:  - Verden Cemetery
       Spouse: Allie Fern COFFEY
         Marr: 24 December 1916 - Chickasha, Grady County, Oklahoma


3 F Lula Bird CASADY 269,3586

         Born: 18 July 1896 - Aline, Woods County, Oklahoma 269
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 March 1976 - Okemah, Okfuskee County, Oklahoma 43
       Buried: 26 March 1976 - Fairlawn Cemetery, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 3587
       Spouse: John Thomas Liles LAWRENCE 3586
         Marr: 29 October 1916 - Chickasha, Grady County, Oklahoma


4 M Eddie George CASADY 266,269

         Born: 4 December 1899 - Woods County, Oklahoma 266
   Christened: 
         Died: 30 July 1953 - Denver County, Colorado
       Buried: 4 August 1953 - Crown Hill Cemetery
       Spouse: Videth Jewel LYDAY
         Marr: 1 December 1920 - Chickasha, Grady County, Oklahoma


5 M Fred Erwin CASADY 266

         Born: 9 September 1904 - Aline, Woods County, Oklahoma 43,266
   Christened: 
         Died: 14 October 1966 - Tijuana, Mexico 43
       Buried:  - Sunset View Cemetery, Berkeley, California
       Spouse: Cora Dessie PIERCE
         Marr: Abt 1926
       Spouse: Dorothy --?-- (living)
       Spouse: Barbara --?-- (living)


6 F Etta Mae CASADY 266

         Born: 5 October 1908 - Verden, Oklahoma 43,266
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 August 1992 - Panama City, Bay County, Florida 43
       Buried: 26 August 1992 - Evergreen Memorial Cemetery, Bay County, Florida
       Spouse: Glenn James DITMORE 2081
         Marr: 28 January 1926 - Arapaho, Oklahoma


7 U CASADY

         Born: 14 May 1913 - Verden, Grady County, Oklahoma
   Christened: 
         Died: 14 May 1913 - Verden, Grady County, Oklahoma
       Buried:  - Verden Cemetery




General Notes: Husband - Devol CASADY

Devol CASADY, born 18 November 1859, was the son of William Jackson CASSADY and Margaret CLARK Did his given name come from his CASADY or CLARK pedigrees? Was there a relationship to one of these DEVOL families named among the "First 48 Settlers of Washington County, Ohio" where Devol's family homesteaded in the early 1800s.

WASHINGTON COUNTY HISTORY FOUNDERS OF OHIO: The First 48 Settlers
DEVOL, Allen; DEVOL, Gilbert, Jr.; DEVOL, Jonathan
(http://www.rootsweb.com/~ohwashin/first-48.html)

Devol CASADY married Nellie Ann WILMETH 25 July 1889, in Richland Township, Adair County, Iowa, where Nellie's family lived during the 1880 census. The 1900 census provides that were married for 10 years. Their first child, Frankie E., was born 10 July 1890 and died 11 February 1892, aged 1 year, 7 months and 1 day. He was buried in Rose Hill Cemetery, Adams County, Iowa. Their son Clinton Jay was also born in Iowa in 1891. Devol moved his family to Oklahoma before July 1896 when their daughter, Lulu, was born.

1900 U.S. Census, Oklahoma Territory, Woods County, Galena Twp; Series: T623 Roll: 1343 Page: 190: 39 40 CASSADY D. Head W M Nov 1859 40 M 10 OH OH OH Farmer; -- Nellie S. Wife W F Sept 1878 (sic) 27 M 10 4 3 KS OH OH; -- Clifton (sic) J. Son W M Oct 1892 7 S IA OH OH; -- Lulu B. Dau W F July 1896 3 S OK OH KS; -- Eddie Son W M July 1899 10/12 S OK OH KS. (Indexed as CASSEDE at Heritage Quest.)

1910 U.S. Census, Oklahoma, Grady County, Shirley Twp; Series: T624 Roll: 1253 Page: 15: 227 231 CASADY Devol Head M W 50 M1 20 OH OH MI Farmer General farm; -- Nellie A. Wife F W 37 M1 20 6 5 KS OH OH; -- Clinton J. Son M W 17 S IA OH OH Laborer Home farm; -- Lula B. Dau F W 13 S OK OH KS; -- Eddie G. Son M W 10 S OK OH KS; -- Freddie Son M W 5 S OK OH KS; -- Etta M. Dau F W 16/12 OK OH KS.

Nellie Ann died in childbirth in 1913. Her infant daughter also perished.

Devol married four more times. There has been a fair amount of discussion and uncertainty in what happened to each of the wives. His last wife, Eva Lena, widow of a Dyer, was also his widow.

"I also was able to get three marriage licenses for Devol a land description for his farm in Verden and land patent for his land in Woods County. I also found a land patent for Daniel and Irene Dodd and James and Amy Augusta Wilmeth.
Marriages are as follows: One for Carrie Lewis, married on December 8, 1913. One for Bessie M. Goodnight, married on August 4, 1915. Which adds another question. Where did Carrie Lewis go? Then the other one I was able to find was Myrtle Bomer, married on January, 25 1927. Myrtle also appears to vanish in thin air. What happened to her as Eva was the next wife a year later? There was no marriage license for Eva. However, the probate records that she filed to gain administrative capacities for 1936 showed her as Eva Casady. So, finding the three marriage licenses opened up pandora's box and just gave me more questions. Oh well, that's how genealogy goes." [Karen Scharnhorst, 5 May 2011]

Mrs. Bessie May Goodnight, maiden name Ballard, was the widow of Arthur J. Goodnight. Devol and Bessie had one son, Albert Lee Casady.

1920 U.S. Census, Oklahoma, Grady County, Shirley Twp; Series: T625 Roll: 1461 Page: 265: Fm 106 107 CASADY Devoe Head M W 51 M OH US US Farmer; -- Bessie Wife F W 36 M MO OH MO; -- Edie Dau M W 20 S IA OH MO; -- Fred Son M W 15 S OK OH MO; -- Albert Lee Son 22/12 S OK OH MO; GOODNIGHT Dana Step-son (sic) F W 12 S TX OH MO; -- Mildred Step-dau F W 82/12 S TX OH MO; -- Mary Step-dau F W 7 S TX OH MO.
Before 1920 married Eva Lena DYER, with whom he had three children.

1930 U.S. Census, Oklahoma, Grady County, Shirley Twp; Series: T626 Roll: 1904 Page: 154:
102 111 CASSADY Devol Head M W 70 M 30 OH OH OH Operator Farm;
-- Eva Wife F W 39 M 16 TX TX TX;
-- Albert Lee Son M W 12 S OK OH KY[sic, MO?];
-- Junior D. Son M W 18/12 S OK OH KY[sic, MO?];
DYER Cecil Step-son M W 16 S OK[sic, AR?] OH TX;
-- Margret Step-Dau F W 7 S OK OH[sic, AR?] TX;
-- Winnie Step-Dau F W 5 S OK OH[sic, AR?] TX;
ROULAIN Elen[?] Step-Dau F W 19 Wd OK TX AR;
-- Fern Step-[Grand?]Dau F W 10/12 OK OK OK.
Next door: Devol's son, Fred.
103 112 CASSADY Fred I. [Erwin] Head M W 22 M OH OH OH Operator Farm;
[next page]
CASSADY Cora R.[P. for Pierce?] Wife F W 20 M 16 OKMO AR;
-- Devol D. Son M W 210/12 S OK OH OK;
-- Thomas A. M W 4/12 S OK OH OK;
PIERCE D____ W. Lodger M W 19 S OK MO AR. [Brother of Cora?]

Devol died intestate on 2 February 1939, His widow Eva Casady applied for letters of administration.

Devol is buried in Verden Cemetery, Grady County, Oklahoma. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 85061113 created by Karen Scharnhorst:

DEVOL
CASADY
NOV. 18, 1859
FEB. 2, 1936

Others of Devol's family buried in Verden Cemetery are:
CASADY, Clinton J., b. 1 Oct 1891, d. 15 Dec 1918 (Son of Devol and Nellie A.)
CASADY, Devol, b. 18 Nov 1859, d. 2 Feb 1936 (H/O Nellie A. [WILMETH] CASADY)
CASADY, Infant girl, b. 14 May 1913, d. 14 May 1913 (Daughter of Devol and Nellie A.)
CASADY, Nellie A. [WILMETH], b. 19 Sep 1871, d. 14 May 1913 (W/O Devol CASADY)
WILMETH, Amy Augusta, b. 25 Mar 1846, d. 22 Jul 1919 (Mother of Nellie A. CASSADY)
(Received from Karen Rae Casady Sharnhorst, great-granddaughter of Devol and Nellie Ann CASADY, 3/03/2007)


General Notes: Wife - Nellie Ann WILMETH

Nellie Ann WILMETH, age 8, is named in her parents' home in the 1880 census. Family history records her birth on 19 September 1871. The 1900 census records her age as 27, should be 21, born Sept 1878, clearly legible.

Nellie Ann married Devol CASADY on 25 July 1889. She was a teacher, enjoyed music and wrote verses of poetry, some of which she set to music, and was affiliated with the Free Methodist Church.

Nellie Ann died giving birth to her seventh child, an infant daughter who also died. They are buried together in Verden Cemetery, Grady County, Oklahoma.
"CASADY, Nellie A. [WILMETH], b. 19 Sep 1871, d. 14 May 1913 (W/O Devol CASADY)"
"CASADY, Infant girl, b. 14 May 1913, d. 14 May 1913"

A picture of Nellie's headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 85061906 created by Karen Scharnhorst:

NELLIE A. WIFE OF
D. CASADY
BORN SEPT. 19, 1871
DIED
MAY 14, 1913

Nellie was born in Doniphan County, Kansas, and died in Verden, Grady County, Oklahoma.


Notes: Marriage

Devol Casady married Nellie Wilmoth, age 17, on 25 Jul 1889 in Adair County, Iowa. Devol, son of William J. Casady and Margaret Clark, was born in Washington County, Ohio. Nellie, daughter of Sylvester Wilmoth and Augusta Lester was born in Atchison, Kansas.in 1872. ["Iowa, Marriages, 1809-1992," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XJ1R-V98 : accessed 12 Feb 2013), William J. Casady in entry for Devol Casady and Nellie Wilmoth, 25 Jul 1889.]
picture

Devol CASADY and Carrie LEWIS




Husband Devol CASADY 267

         Born: 18 November 1859 - Ohio
   Christened: 
         Died: 2 February 1936 - Verden, Grady County, Oklahoma
       Buried:  - Verden Cemetery, Grady County, Oklahoma


       Father: William Jackson CASADY (1829-1906) 267
       Mother: Margaret Ann CLARK (1833-1879) 267,831


     Marriage: 8 December 1913 - Oklahoma

 Other Spouse: Nellie Ann WILMETH 268,269 - 25 July 1889 - Adair County, Iowa

 Other Spouse: Bessie May BALLARD - 4 August 1915 - Grady County, Oklahoma

 Other Spouse: Myrtle ESLECK - 25 January 1927 - Oklahoma

 Other Spouse: Eva Lena --?-- 829 - Abt 1928



Wife Carrie LEWIS

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - Devol CASADY

Devol CASADY, born 18 November 1859, was the son of William Jackson CASSADY and Margaret CLARK Did his given name come from his CASADY or CLARK pedigrees? Was there a relationship to one of these DEVOL families named among the "First 48 Settlers of Washington County, Ohio" where Devol's family homesteaded in the early 1800s.

WASHINGTON COUNTY HISTORY FOUNDERS OF OHIO: The First 48 Settlers
DEVOL, Allen; DEVOL, Gilbert, Jr.; DEVOL, Jonathan
(http://www.rootsweb.com/~ohwashin/first-48.html)

Devol CASADY married Nellie Ann WILMETH 25 July 1889, in Richland Township, Adair County, Iowa, where Nellie's family lived during the 1880 census. The 1900 census provides that were married for 10 years. Their first child, Frankie E., was born 10 July 1890 and died 11 February 1892, aged 1 year, 7 months and 1 day. He was buried in Rose Hill Cemetery, Adams County, Iowa. Their son Clinton Jay was also born in Iowa in 1891. Devol moved his family to Oklahoma before July 1896 when their daughter, Lulu, was born.

1900 U.S. Census, Oklahoma Territory, Woods County, Galena Twp; Series: T623 Roll: 1343 Page: 190: 39 40 CASSADY D. Head W M Nov 1859 40 M 10 OH OH OH Farmer; -- Nellie S. Wife W F Sept 1878 (sic) 27 M 10 4 3 KS OH OH; -- Clifton (sic) J. Son W M Oct 1892 7 S IA OH OH; -- Lulu B. Dau W F July 1896 3 S OK OH KS; -- Eddie Son W M July 1899 10/12 S OK OH KS. (Indexed as CASSEDE at Heritage Quest.)

1910 U.S. Census, Oklahoma, Grady County, Shirley Twp; Series: T624 Roll: 1253 Page: 15: 227 231 CASADY Devol Head M W 50 M1 20 OH OH MI Farmer General farm; -- Nellie A. Wife F W 37 M1 20 6 5 KS OH OH; -- Clinton J. Son M W 17 S IA OH OH Laborer Home farm; -- Lula B. Dau F W 13 S OK OH KS; -- Eddie G. Son M W 10 S OK OH KS; -- Freddie Son M W 5 S OK OH KS; -- Etta M. Dau F W 16/12 OK OH KS.

Nellie Ann died in childbirth in 1913. Her infant daughter also perished.

Devol married four more times. There has been a fair amount of discussion and uncertainty in what happened to each of the wives. His last wife, Eva Lena, widow of a Dyer, was also his widow.

"I also was able to get three marriage licenses for Devol a land description for his farm in Verden and land patent for his land in Woods County. I also found a land patent for Daniel and Irene Dodd and James and Amy Augusta Wilmeth.
Marriages are as follows: One for Carrie Lewis, married on December 8, 1913. One for Bessie M. Goodnight, married on August 4, 1915. Which adds another question. Where did Carrie Lewis go? Then the other one I was able to find was Myrtle Bomer, married on January, 25 1927. Myrtle also appears to vanish in thin air. What happened to her as Eva was the next wife a year later? There was no marriage license for Eva. However, the probate records that she filed to gain administrative capacities for 1936 showed her as Eva Casady. So, finding the three marriage licenses opened up pandora's box and just gave me more questions. Oh well, that's how genealogy goes." [Karen Scharnhorst, 5 May 2011]

Mrs. Bessie May Goodnight, maiden name Ballard, was the widow of Arthur J. Goodnight. Devol and Bessie had one son, Albert Lee Casady.

1920 U.S. Census, Oklahoma, Grady County, Shirley Twp; Series: T625 Roll: 1461 Page: 265: Fm 106 107 CASADY Devoe Head M W 51 M OH US US Farmer; -- Bessie Wife F W 36 M MO OH MO; -- Edie Dau M W 20 S IA OH MO; -- Fred Son M W 15 S OK OH MO; -- Albert Lee Son 22/12 S OK OH MO; GOODNIGHT Dana Step-son (sic) F W 12 S TX OH MO; -- Mildred Step-dau F W 82/12 S TX OH MO; -- Mary Step-dau F W 7 S TX OH MO.
Before 1920 married Eva Lena DYER, with whom he had three children.

1930 U.S. Census, Oklahoma, Grady County, Shirley Twp; Series: T626 Roll: 1904 Page: 154:
102 111 CASSADY Devol Head M W 70 M 30 OH OH OH Operator Farm;
-- Eva Wife F W 39 M 16 TX TX TX;
-- Albert Lee Son M W 12 S OK OH KY[sic, MO?];
-- Junior D. Son M W 18/12 S OK OH KY[sic, MO?];
DYER Cecil Step-son M W 16 S OK[sic, AR?] OH TX;
-- Margret Step-Dau F W 7 S OK OH[sic, AR?] TX;
-- Winnie Step-Dau F W 5 S OK OH[sic, AR?] TX;
ROULAIN Elen[?] Step-Dau F W 19 Wd OK TX AR;
-- Fern Step-[Grand?]Dau F W 10/12 OK OK OK.
Next door: Devol's son, Fred.
103 112 CASSADY Fred I. [Erwin] Head M W 22 M OH OH OH Operator Farm;
[next page]
CASSADY Cora R.[P. for Pierce?] Wife F W 20 M 16 OKMO AR;
-- Devol D. Son M W 210/12 S OK OH OK;
-- Thomas A. M W 4/12 S OK OH OK;
PIERCE D____ W. Lodger M W 19 S OK MO AR. [Brother of Cora?]

Devol died intestate on 2 February 1939, His widow Eva Casady applied for letters of administration.

Devol is buried in Verden Cemetery, Grady County, Oklahoma. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 85061113 created by Karen Scharnhorst:

DEVOL
CASADY
NOV. 18, 1859
FEB. 2, 1936

Others of Devol's family buried in Verden Cemetery are:
CASADY, Clinton J., b. 1 Oct 1891, d. 15 Dec 1918 (Son of Devol and Nellie A.)
CASADY, Devol, b. 18 Nov 1859, d. 2 Feb 1936 (H/O Nellie A. [WILMETH] CASADY)
CASADY, Infant girl, b. 14 May 1913, d. 14 May 1913 (Daughter of Devol and Nellie A.)
CASADY, Nellie A. [WILMETH], b. 19 Sep 1871, d. 14 May 1913 (W/O Devol CASADY)
WILMETH, Amy Augusta, b. 25 Mar 1846, d. 22 Jul 1919 (Mother of Nellie A. CASSADY)
(Received from Karen Rae Casady Sharnhorst, great-granddaughter of Devol and Nellie Ann CASADY, 3/03/2007)
picture

Devol CASADY and Myrtle ESLECK




Husband Devol CASADY 267

         Born: 18 November 1859 - Ohio
   Christened: 
         Died: 2 February 1936 - Verden, Grady County, Oklahoma
       Buried:  - Verden Cemetery, Grady County, Oklahoma


       Father: William Jackson CASADY (1829-1906) 267
       Mother: Margaret Ann CLARK (1833-1879) 267,831


     Marriage: 25 January 1927 - Oklahoma

 Other Spouse: Nellie Ann WILMETH 268,269 - 25 July 1889 - Adair County, Iowa

 Other Spouse: Carrie LEWIS - 8 December 1913 - Oklahoma

 Other Spouse: Bessie May BALLARD - 4 August 1915 - Grady County, Oklahoma

 Other Spouse: Eva Lena --?-- 829 - Abt 1928



Wife Myrtle ESLECK

          AKA: Myrtle BOMER
         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - Devol CASADY

Devol CASADY, born 18 November 1859, was the son of William Jackson CASSADY and Margaret CLARK Did his given name come from his CASADY or CLARK pedigrees? Was there a relationship to one of these DEVOL families named among the "First 48 Settlers of Washington County, Ohio" where Devol's family homesteaded in the early 1800s.

WASHINGTON COUNTY HISTORY FOUNDERS OF OHIO: The First 48 Settlers
DEVOL, Allen; DEVOL, Gilbert, Jr.; DEVOL, Jonathan
(http://www.rootsweb.com/~ohwashin/first-48.html)

Devol CASADY married Nellie Ann WILMETH 25 July 1889, in Richland Township, Adair County, Iowa, where Nellie's family lived during the 1880 census. The 1900 census provides that were married for 10 years. Their first child, Frankie E., was born 10 July 1890 and died 11 February 1892, aged 1 year, 7 months and 1 day. He was buried in Rose Hill Cemetery, Adams County, Iowa. Their son Clinton Jay was also born in Iowa in 1891. Devol moved his family to Oklahoma before July 1896 when their daughter, Lulu, was born.

1900 U.S. Census, Oklahoma Territory, Woods County, Galena Twp; Series: T623 Roll: 1343 Page: 190: 39 40 CASSADY D. Head W M Nov 1859 40 M 10 OH OH OH Farmer; -- Nellie S. Wife W F Sept 1878 (sic) 27 M 10 4 3 KS OH OH; -- Clifton (sic) J. Son W M Oct 1892 7 S IA OH OH; -- Lulu B. Dau W F July 1896 3 S OK OH KS; -- Eddie Son W M July 1899 10/12 S OK OH KS. (Indexed as CASSEDE at Heritage Quest.)

1910 U.S. Census, Oklahoma, Grady County, Shirley Twp; Series: T624 Roll: 1253 Page: 15: 227 231 CASADY Devol Head M W 50 M1 20 OH OH MI Farmer General farm; -- Nellie A. Wife F W 37 M1 20 6 5 KS OH OH; -- Clinton J. Son M W 17 S IA OH OH Laborer Home farm; -- Lula B. Dau F W 13 S OK OH KS; -- Eddie G. Son M W 10 S OK OH KS; -- Freddie Son M W 5 S OK OH KS; -- Etta M. Dau F W 16/12 OK OH KS.

Nellie Ann died in childbirth in 1913. Her infant daughter also perished.

Devol married four more times. There has been a fair amount of discussion and uncertainty in what happened to each of the wives. His last wife, Eva Lena, widow of a Dyer, was also his widow.

"I also was able to get three marriage licenses for Devol a land description for his farm in Verden and land patent for his land in Woods County. I also found a land patent for Daniel and Irene Dodd and James and Amy Augusta Wilmeth.
Marriages are as follows: One for Carrie Lewis, married on December 8, 1913. One for Bessie M. Goodnight, married on August 4, 1915. Which adds another question. Where did Carrie Lewis go? Then the other one I was able to find was Myrtle Bomer, married on January, 25 1927. Myrtle also appears to vanish in thin air. What happened to her as Eva was the next wife a year later? There was no marriage license for Eva. However, the probate records that she filed to gain administrative capacities for 1936 showed her as Eva Casady. So, finding the three marriage licenses opened up pandora's box and just gave me more questions. Oh well, that's how genealogy goes." [Karen Scharnhorst, 5 May 2011]

Mrs. Bessie May Goodnight, maiden name Ballard, was the widow of Arthur J. Goodnight. Devol and Bessie had one son, Albert Lee Casady.

1920 U.S. Census, Oklahoma, Grady County, Shirley Twp; Series: T625 Roll: 1461 Page: 265: Fm 106 107 CASADY Devoe Head M W 51 M OH US US Farmer; -- Bessie Wife F W 36 M MO OH MO; -- Edie Dau M W 20 S IA OH MO; -- Fred Son M W 15 S OK OH MO; -- Albert Lee Son 22/12 S OK OH MO; GOODNIGHT Dana Step-son (sic) F W 12 S TX OH MO; -- Mildred Step-dau F W 82/12 S TX OH MO; -- Mary Step-dau F W 7 S TX OH MO.
Before 1920 married Eva Lena DYER, with whom he had three children.

1930 U.S. Census, Oklahoma, Grady County, Shirley Twp; Series: T626 Roll: 1904 Page: 154:
102 111 CASSADY Devol Head M W 70 M 30 OH OH OH Operator Farm;
-- Eva Wife F W 39 M 16 TX TX TX;
-- Albert Lee Son M W 12 S OK OH KY[sic, MO?];
-- Junior D. Son M W 18/12 S OK OH KY[sic, MO?];
DYER Cecil Step-son M W 16 S OK[sic, AR?] OH TX;
-- Margret Step-Dau F W 7 S OK OH[sic, AR?] TX;
-- Winnie Step-Dau F W 5 S OK OH[sic, AR?] TX;
ROULAIN Elen[?] Step-Dau F W 19 Wd OK TX AR;
-- Fern Step-[Grand?]Dau F W 10/12 OK OK OK.
Next door: Devol's son, Fred.
103 112 CASSADY Fred I. [Erwin] Head M W 22 M OH OH OH Operator Farm;
[next page]
CASSADY Cora R.[P. for Pierce?] Wife F W 20 M 16 OKMO AR;
-- Devol D. Son M W 210/12 S OK OH OK;
-- Thomas A. M W 4/12 S OK OH OK;
PIERCE D____ W. Lodger M W 19 S OK MO AR. [Brother of Cora?]

Devol died intestate on 2 February 1939, His widow Eva Casady applied for letters of administration.

Devol is buried in Verden Cemetery, Grady County, Oklahoma. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 85061113 created by Karen Scharnhorst:

DEVOL
CASADY
NOV. 18, 1859
FEB. 2, 1936

Others of Devol's family buried in Verden Cemetery are:
CASADY, Clinton J., b. 1 Oct 1891, d. 15 Dec 1918 (Son of Devol and Nellie A.)
CASADY, Devol, b. 18 Nov 1859, d. 2 Feb 1936 (H/O Nellie A. [WILMETH] CASADY)
CASADY, Infant girl, b. 14 May 1913, d. 14 May 1913 (Daughter of Devol and Nellie A.)
CASADY, Nellie A. [WILMETH], b. 19 Sep 1871, d. 14 May 1913 (W/O Devol CASADY)
WILMETH, Amy Augusta, b. 25 Mar 1846, d. 22 Jul 1919 (Mother of Nellie A. CASSADY)
(Received from Karen Rae Casady Sharnhorst, great-granddaughter of Devol and Nellie Ann CASADY, 3/03/2007)


General Notes: Wife - Myrtle ESLECK

One family researcher identifies Myrtle as "Myrtle ESLECK."
THIS MYRTLE ESLIK?
1910 U.S. Census, McIntosh, Oklahoma
Myrtle L Eslick Dau 17 S OK MO ILFamily Number: 4
Page Number: 1
Beaden Eslick M 39y
Mary L Eslick F 28y
Myrtle L Eslick F 17y
Lurley M Eslick F 16y
Joseph B Eslick M 6y
James I Eslick M 4y
Huley M Eslick M 2y

A marriage record for Devol Casady and Myrtle BOMER is dated 25 January 1927.
THIS MYRTLE BOMMER?
1900 U.S. Census, Noble Township, Noble, Oklahoma Territory
Myrtle Bommer May 1879 IA
parents: Washington G Bommer, Margarett A Bommer
picture

Samuel DYE and Diadamia CASADY




Husband Samuel DYE

         Born: Cir 1815
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1873
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 22 March 1838 - Washington County, Ohio (Divorced in March 1844)



Wife Diadamia CASADY

         Born: Abt 1816 - Washington County, Pennsylvania
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Lucas CASADY (Between 1780/1790-Bef 1850)
       Mother: Nancy --?-- (cal 1787-1857)



 Other Spouse: Carlton PALMER - June 1851 - Washington County, Ohio


Children

General Notes: Wife - Diadamia CASADY

"Nancy and Lucas CASSADY were the parents of Morton, George Perry, William Jackson, and Deadmia CASSADY. And the History of Washington County only lists these children." (Millie Covey Fry)

Didamia is believed to have been born about 1816 in Washington County, Pennsylvania, the Ohio birthplace listed in the 1850 census notwithstanding other information.

The names Deadmia, Diademia, and Diadamia, among other spellings, appear in a number of families, seemingly interchangeable phonetic spellings and/or interpretations of handwriting for the same name.

Early Washington County, Ohio marriage records list two marriages for Didamia CASADY:
Didana married Samuel BYE or DYE on March 22, 1838.
Diadema married Carlton PALMER April 1, 1851.

"Diadamia Cassady Dye PALMER is the daughter of Nancy and Lucas CASSADY. Williams' History of Washington Co., Ohio (1881) lists her as their daughter on p. 658 and mentions marriage to Samuel DYE III and their divorce and her marriage to Carlton PALMER of Newport Township. Samuel and Diadamia were married on March 22, 1838 when she was about 21 years of age and he was about 25 years of age. According to the divorce papers at the Clerk of Courts, she left him on December 21, 1838. Samuel DYE III was one bad dude. Samuel filed for the divorce. The divorce was final during the March term of 1844 of the Supreme Court of Washington County, Ohio. Samuel DYE 3rd didn't waste any time - he married Mrs. Sarah MATHEWS on March 14, 1844, and married a 3rd time in 1873. Off hand, I don't think he fathered any children with any of the three wives." (Millie Covey Fry)

Diadamia's brother, George Perry CASSADY married Hannah S. DYE in March 1840.

It is likely that Didamia who had returned to her parents home before the 1840 census is the female, age 20-30, in their household. Her father died in early 1850.

Diadamia CASSADY, 34, is named in the 1850 census, living in the household of Tiffany CASSADY, 26, her brother. She is listed under her maiden name and has no children with her. Interestingly, the next farm was that of Samuel DYE III.

1850 U.S. Census, Ohio, Washington County, Lawrence Twp; Series: M432 Roll: 738 Page: 488: 96 96 Tiffany CASSADY 26 M Farmer 450 OH; Didamia " 34 F OH.

Tiffany died 18 January 1851. About two months later, Diadamia married Carlton PALMER on 1 April 1851.


Notes: Marriage

Early Washington County, Ohio marriage records list:
Didana CASSADY married Samuel BYE or DYE on March 22, 1838.
picture

Carlton PALMER and Diadamia CASADY




Husband Carlton PALMER

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: June 1851 - Washington County, Ohio



Wife Diadamia CASADY

         Born: Abt 1816 - Washington County, Pennsylvania
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       Father: Lucas CASADY (Between 1780/1790-Bef 1850)
       Mother: Nancy --?-- (cal 1787-1857)



 Other Spouse: Samuel DYE - 22 March 1838 - Washington County, Ohio (Divorced in March 1844)


Children

General Notes: Wife - Diadamia CASADY

"Nancy and Lucas CASSADY were the parents of Morton, George Perry, William Jackson, and Deadmia CASSADY. And the History of Washington County only lists these children." (Millie Covey Fry)

Didamia is believed to have been born about 1816 in Washington County, Pennsylvania, the Ohio birthplace listed in the 1850 census notwithstanding other information.

The names Deadmia, Diademia, and Diadamia, among other spellings, appear in a number of families, seemingly interchangeable phonetic spellings and/or interpretations of handwriting for the same name.

Early Washington County, Ohio marriage records list two marriages for Didamia CASADY:
Didana married Samuel BYE or DYE on March 22, 1838.
Diadema married Carlton PALMER April 1, 1851.

"Diadamia Cassady Dye PALMER is the daughter of Nancy and Lucas CASSADY. Williams' History of Washington Co., Ohio (1881) lists her as their daughter on p. 658 and mentions marriage to Samuel DYE III and their divorce and her marriage to Carlton PALMER of Newport Township. Samuel and Diadamia were married on March 22, 1838 when she was about 21 years of age and he was about 25 years of age. According to the divorce papers at the Clerk of Courts, she left him on December 21, 1838. Samuel DYE III was one bad dude. Samuel filed for the divorce. The divorce was final during the March term of 1844 of the Supreme Court of Washington County, Ohio. Samuel DYE 3rd didn't waste any time - he married Mrs. Sarah MATHEWS on March 14, 1844, and married a 3rd time in 1873. Off hand, I don't think he fathered any children with any of the three wives." (Millie Covey Fry)

Diadamia's brother, George Perry CASSADY married Hannah S. DYE in March 1840.

It is likely that Didamia who had returned to her parents home before the 1840 census is the female, age 20-30, in their household. Her father died in early 1850.

Diadamia CASSADY, 34, is named in the 1850 census, living in the household of Tiffany CASSADY, 26, her brother. She is listed under her maiden name and has no children with her. Interestingly, the next farm was that of Samuel DYE III.

1850 U.S. Census, Ohio, Washington County, Lawrence Twp; Series: M432 Roll: 738 Page: 488: 96 96 Tiffany CASSADY 26 M Farmer 450 OH; Didamia " 34 F OH.

Tiffany died 18 January 1851. About two months later, Diadamia married Carlton PALMER on 1 April 1851.

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Dale William DINKEL and Diane Joy CASADY




Husband Dale William DINKEL (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Diane Joy CASADY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Billy D. CASADY (1927-1990)
       Mother: Patsy Ruth BOWLES




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1 M Jason William DINKEL (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Janel Marie DINKEL (details suppressed for this person)

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Dustin Jared CASADY and Mery ENCISO




Husband Dustin Jared CASADY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Patrick Edward CASADY
       Mother: Debra Lynn CLARKSON


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Dustin Jared CASADY and Wendy Elizabeth TELLIER




Husband Dustin Jared CASADY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Patrick Edward CASADY
       Mother: Debra Lynn CLARKSON


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Wife Wendy Elizabeth TELLIER (details suppressed for this person)

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Eddie George CASADY and Videth Jewel LYDAY




Husband Eddie George CASADY 266,269

         Born: 4 December 1899 - Woods County, Oklahoma 266
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         Died: 30 July 1953 - Denver County, Colorado
       Buried: 4 August 1953 - Crown Hill Cemetery


       Father: Devol CASADY (1859-1936) 267
       Mother: Nellie Ann WILMETH (1871-1913) 268,269


     Marriage: 1 December 1920 - Chickasha, Grady County, Oklahoma



Wife Videth Jewel LYDAY

         Born: 13 September 1900 - Reagan, Chickasaw Lands, Oklahoma 43
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         Died: 14 September 1995 43
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       Father: William Soland LYDAY (      -1965)
       Mother: Sarah Ann SWAIN (1883-1967)




Children
1 F Velmo Irene CASADY

         Born: 27 October 1921 - Grady County, Oklahoma
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         Died: 7 February 1979 - Denver County, Colorado
       Buried: 12 February 1979 - Fort Logan National Cemetery, Denver, Colorado
       Spouse: Everett Stanley BALDWIN
         Marr: 25 June 1942 - Lafayette, Boulder County, Colorado


2 F Nelma Lavone CASADY (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M Cpl. Calvin Eddie CASADY, USMC, WWII 3156

         Born: 30 April 1925 - Kay County, Oklahoma 43
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         Died: 6 January 2007 - Arapahoe County, Colorado 43
       Buried:  - Fort Logan National Cemetery, Denver, Colorado 3156
       Spouse: Lena Faye PERRY (living)
       Spouse: Mary Jane BREUEDEL (living)


4 M Billy D. CASADY

         Born: 25 April 1927 - Ponca City, Kay County, Oklahoma
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         Died: 3 September 1990 - Denver County, Colorado
       Buried:  - Crown Hill Cemetery, Denver, Colorado
       Spouse: Patsy Ruth BOWLES (living)


5 M Terry Edward CASADY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Beverly Ann BEAUCHAMP (living)
       Spouse: Marion Ardell JOYCE (living)
       Spouse: Betty --?-- (living)


6 F Jessie Myra CASADY (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Eddie George CASADY

The 1900 census provides and alternate date of birth, July 1899.


General Notes: Wife - Videth Jewel LYDAY

Videth Jewel LYDAY was born on 13 September 1900 in a settlement named Reagan on Chickasaw Lands in Oklahoma. This area became Johnston County, Oklahoma in 1907.

SSDI: JEWEL V CASADY 13 Sep 1900 14 Sep 1995 80003 (Arvada, Jefferson, CO ) (none specified) 522-44-6382 Colorado

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Eddie Ray CASADY and Sandra LAMB




Husband Eddie Ray CASADY

         Born: 16 July 1935 - Verden, Grady County, Oklahoma
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         Died: 22 March 1961 - San Pablo, California
       Buried:  - Sunset View Cemetery, Berkeley, California


       Father: Fred Erwin CASADY (1904-1966) 266
       Mother: Cora Dessie PIERCE (1909-1944)


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Wife Sandra LAMB (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Eddie Ray CASADY

"CASADY EDDIE R 07/16/1935 PIERCE [Mother's surname] M OKLAHOMA CONTRA COSTA 03/22/1961 559-44-1610 25 yrs" [California Death Index, http://vitals.rootsweb.ancestry.com/ca/death/search.cgi]
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Joseph GITCHELL and Emma Belinda CASADY




Husband Joseph GITCHELL 3588

         Born: September 1841
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         Died: 17 November 1915
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     Marriage: 12 April 1863 - Washington County, Ohio



Wife Emma Belinda CASADY 2245,3588

         Born: 23 July 1843 - Washington County, Ohio 2245
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         Died: 9 March 1912
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       Father: George Perry CASADY (1815-1891)
       Mother: Hannah S. DYE (1818-1845)




Children

General Notes: Husband - Joseph GITCHELL

Joseph H. GITCHELL married Emma CASADY on 12 April 1863 in Washington County, Ohio. He and Emma had no children.

1870 U.S. Census, Ohio, Washington County, Lawrence Twp; Series: M593 Roll: 1278 Page: 206: 311 313 GITCHELL Joseph H. 28 M W Farmer 1000 532 OH; -- Emma 26 F W Keeping house OH; CHAPMAN Christina 31 F W School teacher OH; -- Ida F W At home OH. If there is a family relationship to Christina CHAPMAN, it is so far unknown.

1880 U.S. Census, Ohio, Washington County, Lawrence; Series: T9 Roll: 1075 Page: 170: Line 17 GITCHELL Joseph W M 38 M Farmer OH OH OH; -- Emma W F 36 Wife M Keeps house OH OH OH.

1900 U.S. Census, Ohio, Washington County, 3-Wd Marieta; Series: T623 Roll: 1331 Page: 45: 31 31 GITCHELL Joseph Head M W 68 M1 47 OH OH OH Farmer Home farm; -- Emma Wife F W 66 M1 47 0 0 OH PA OH.

1910 U.S. Census, Ohio, Washington County, Newport Twp; Series: T624 Roll: 1237 Page: 249: Newport Pike 31 31 GITCHELL Joseph Head M W 68 M1 47 OH OH OH Farmer Home farm; -- Emma Wife F W 66 M1 47 0 0 OH OH OH; GOSSETT Vada Servant F W 13 S OH OH OH Laborer House.

Joseph was widowed in 1912 and died 17 November 1915.


General Notes: Wife - Emma Belinda CASADY

Emma CASADY, age 7 in the 1850 census, is a daughter of George Perry CASADY and Hannah S. DYE. She was born about a year before her mother died. Emma is named as "Anna", 17, in the 1860 census.

Emma married Joseph H. GITCHELL on 12 April 1863. In 1870, she is named twice in the census, once with Joseph and again with her parents.

"In 1870, Emma must have been visiting her family on June 14th in Newport Township and her name was given to the census taker as Emma Casady or he made an error. She is also with her husband, Joseph H. Gitchell, on August 30th in Lawrence Township and her age is 26." (Millie Covey Fry)

"Emma Belinda Casady, born July 23, 1843 - that came from a Middleswart and Cassady Bible owned by George Underhill Middleswart (1838-1925) of Lower Newport, Washington Co., OH. It was copied and signed by his daughter, Alice Middleswart McCollum, for the DAR Bible Collection in the 1930-1940s. Copied pages are in the local genealogy library.
There is a handwritten journal (about 100-150 pages) in the Middleswart file at our local genealogy library. It was written by Alice and is dated 1928. Has a great deal of genealogical info including about four pages concerning George Perry Cassady - I think you already have it. I am hoping that the editor of the Tallow Light (journal of the Washington County Historical Society) will publish it some day. Some pages are missing but it is quite informative." (Millie Covery Fry)

The 1900 and 1910 censuses provide the Emma did not have children.

Emma died 9 March 1912.
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Unknown POWER and Emma Lou CASADY




Husband Unknown POWER (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Emma Lou CASADY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Devol CASADY (1859-1936)
       Mother: Eva Lena --?-- (Abt 1890-      )




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Glenn James DITMORE and Etta Mae CASADY




Husband Glenn James DITMORE 2081

         Born: 16 April 1903 - Ranger, Cherokee County, North Carolina 43
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       Buried: 8 December 1990 - Evergreen Memorial Cemetery, Bay County, Florida


       Father: Pleasant Henry DITMORE (1869-1957) 2078
       Mother: Ida Alice AKIN (1873-1910) 87


     Marriage: 28 January 1926 - Arapaho, Oklahoma



Wife Etta Mae CASADY 266

         Born: 5 October 1908 - Verden, Oklahoma 43,266
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         Died: 23 August 1992 - Panama City, Bay County, Florida 43
       Buried: 26 August 1992 - Evergreen Memorial Cemetery, Bay County, Florida


       Father: Devol CASADY (1859-1936) 267
       Mother: Nellie Ann WILMETH (1871-1913) 268,269




Children
1 M Kenneth James DITMORE, Lt. Cmdr., USN, WWII, Korea, Vietnam

         Born: 10 June 1927 - Hydro, Caddo County, Oklahoma
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         Died: 11 July 2016 - Santa Rosa County, Florida
     Cremated:  - Ashes scattered in the Pacific Ocean outside the Golden Gate Bridge
       Spouse: Elizabeth Pauline ALLEN
         Marr: 16 September 1951 - Monterey, California


2 M Robert Keith DITMORE (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Lynne DENTON (living)
       Spouse: Barbara BUTTS (living)


3 M Glenn Arland DITMORE

         Born: 22 February 1936 - Okemah, Okfuskee County, Oklahoma
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         Died: 26 May 2002 - Sun Lakes, Arizona
     Cremated: 31 May 2002 - ashes spread on the rocky beach near Aptos, California
       Spouse: Beverly SHERMAN (living)
       Spouse: Jo Ann ERICKSEN (living)
       Spouse: Joan LAVISON SMALLWOOD (living)


4 F Linda Joyce DITMORE (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: CMSgt Robert Louis DANIELL, USAF, Vietnam (living)



General Notes: Husband - Glenn James DITMORE

Glenn James DITMORE was born on April 16, 1903, and raised in Ranger, North Carolina. He completed eighth grade. Some time after 1909 and before 1920, his father moved the family to Oklahoma where the family worked a farm.

In 1920, Glenn J., 16, resides with his father and family in Caddo County, Oklahoma.

Glenn met and married Etta Mae CASADY. They had to marry twice, first "married" on January 18, 1926 in Hydro, Oklahoma by Rev. J. HESSER, witnessed by Mr. & Mrs. E. R. HUME. Just a day later, they discovered that the marriage was not recognized because they were married outside of the county which issued their marriage license. There are many jokes about this, including Glenn's being unsure he wanted to get married again. Etta was mortified about their having "lived in sin", but all ended happily when they were "remarried" in Arapaho, Oklahoma on January 28, 1926 with the same minister and witnesses in attendance.

Glenn and Etta had three sons, Kenneth James, Robert Keith, and Glenn Arland, born in Oklahoma, before they moved to Concord, California in 1938. In Concord, they bought a small home at 2425 Maple Avenue, and in 1941 had their last child, Linda Joyce.

To support his family, Glenn worked as a retail gasoline salesman while in Oklahoma and as a gasoline tanker truck driver for Mobil Oil Company in Concord. After retiring from Mobil Oil, he worked as a school janitor in the Contra Costa County School District, retiring again in 1975.

Glenn did not serve in the military. He was too young to serve in World War I and was exempted from service in World War II because of age and size of family. His thr4ee sons all served, Kenneth in the Navy in World War II, Robert and Glenn Arland in the Army later.

In 1977, Glenn and Etta sold their home in Concord and moved to Callaway, Florida, a suburb of Panama City, a purchased a home at 247 Sukoshi Drive. They moved to be near their daughter, Linda Joyce, and her husband, Robert Louis "Dan" DANIELL who was then stationed at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida.

At the age of 75, Glenn personally built a large workshop/barn behind his house. He maintained a large garden in his yard and provided vegetables to his neighbors for years.

In 1980, Linda and Dan bought the home next to Glenn and Etta. Before moving in, Dan told Linda, "I'm not even going to try to compete with your father for the best yard in the neighborhood."

In 1990, Glenn fell and broke his hip. He was in and out of a nursing home until his death in Gulf Coast Memorial Hospital, Panama City, Florida on 5 December 1990.

"GLENN J DITMORE 16 Apr 1903 05 Dec 1990 (not specified) (none specified) 444-01-5950 Oklahoma" [SSDI]


General Notes: Wife - Etta Mae CASADY

Etta Mae CASADY was born on October 5, 1908 in Verden, Oklahoma. At the age of four, her mother, Nellie WILMETH, died giving birth to an unnamed daughter who died on the same date, May 14, 1913. Her sister Lula Bird CASADY, who was 16 when their mother died, became the "woman of the house" and raised Etta. When Lula married John LAWRENCE, Etta went to live with them. The 1920 census confirms "E. M. CASADY" age 11, sister-in-law, living in the Lawrence household.

SSDI: ETTA M DITMORE 05 Oct 1908 23 Aug 1992 32404 (Panama City, Bay, FL ) (none specified) 553-30-1236 California


Notes: Marriage

Original marriage ceremony performed on January 18, 1926 in Hydro, Oklahoma. On January 28, 1926, they received a notice that their marrige in Hydro was not legal because they married outside of the county which issued the marriage license. They purchased a new license January 28,1926 at Arapaho, Oklahoma and were legally married there by the same minister with the same witnesses present. There were some jokes about this.

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Fred Erwin CASADY and Cora Dessie PIERCE




Husband Fred Erwin CASADY 266

         Born: 9 September 1904 - Aline, Woods County, Oklahoma 43,266
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       Buried:  - Sunset View Cemetery, Berkeley, California


       Father: Devol CASADY (1859-1936) 267
       Mother: Nellie Ann WILMETH (1871-1913) 268,269


     Marriage: Abt 1926

 Other Spouse: Dorothy --?--

 Other Spouse: Barbara --?--



Wife Cora Dessie PIERCE

         Born: 2 November 1909
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         Died: 31 July 1944 - Oakland, California
       Buried:  - Sunset View Cemetery, Berkeley, California


       Father: Andrew Harrison PIERCE (      -      )
       Mother: Allie Bama EDWARDS (      -      )




Children
1 M Harold Devol CASADY 43

         Born: 16 June 1927 - Chickasha, Grady County, Oklahoma 43
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       Spouse: Dorothy June NICKLIN (living)


2 M Andrew Harrison CASADY

         Born: 13 December 1929 - Verden, Grady County, Oklahoma
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       Spouse: Fumiko ASHIDA 43
         Marr: Abt 1951


3 F Viola Lee CASADY

         Born: 5 January 1932 - Verden, Grady County, Oklahoma
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       Buried:  - St Dominic's Cemetery, Benicia, California
       Spouse: Joseph ANDRADE (living)


4 M Eddie Ray CASADY

         Born: 16 July 1935 - Verden, Grady County, Oklahoma
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         Died: 22 March 1961 - San Pablo, California
       Buried:  - Sunset View Cemetery, Berkeley, California
       Spouse: Sandra LAMB (living)



General Notes: Husband - Fred Erwin CASADY

SSDI: FRED CASADY 09 Sep 1904 Oct 1966 94806 (San Pablo, Contra Costa, CA ) (none specified) 445-16-4754 Oklahoma


General Notes: Wife - Cora Dessie PIERCE

Sunset View Cemetery, Section Palm 9, Lot 6, Grave 72, Berkley, California
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Gary Leon CASADY and Linda Elaine RINN




Husband Gary Leon CASADY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Cpl. Calvin Eddie CASADY, USMC, WWII (1925-2007)
       Mother: Lena Faye PERRY


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Wife Linda Elaine RINN (details suppressed for this person)

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1 M Grant Matthew CASADY (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Lucas Alexander CASADY

         Born: 24 August 1974 - Klamath Falls, Oregon
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       Spouse: Callyn JIO (living)


3 M Brian Daniel CASADY (details suppressed for this person)

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Edward Davis FIELDS, USN, WWII and Geneva Fern CASADY




Husband Edward Davis FIELDS, USN, WWII

         Born: 22 November 1907 - Letcher County, Kentucky
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       Buried: 12 April 1984 - Bethany Cemetery, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma
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Wife Geneva Fern CASADY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Clinton Jay CASADY (1891-1918)
       Mother: Allie Fern COFFEY (1897-1984)



 Other Spouse: Grady McCORKLE


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1 M Steve Keith FIELDS (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Edward Davis FIELDS, USN, WWII

Edward Davis Fields was born in Blackey, Letcher County, Kentucky. He married Geneve Fern Casady.

Obituary: Edward D. Fields, age 76, came to OKC in 1930 from Pryor. He was a used car dealer and salesman for Ed Fields. Had been a member of the Primitive Baptist Church since 1932, member of the American Legion and the D.A.V. He attended Hills Business College and was a Navy veteran of WWII. Survived by his wife, Fern; son, Steve of OKC; sister, Della Carver of OKC; 5 grandchildren, several nieces and nephews. Services 10am Thursday, Guardian West Chapel. [The Daily Oklahoman, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Wednesday, April 11, 1984]
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Grady McCORKLE and Geneva Fern CASADY




Husband Grady McCORKLE

         Born: 5 July 1908 - Oklahoma
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       Buried: 30 May 2001 - Arlington Memory Gardens, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma
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Wife Geneva Fern CASADY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Clinton Jay CASADY (1891-1918)
       Mother: Allie Fern COFFEY (1897-1984)



 Other Spouse: Edward Davis FIELDS, USN, WWII


Children

General Notes: Husband - Grady McCORKLE

Grady W. McCorkle married first Cecil Irene Skelton in 1928. He married second Geneva Fern Casady, widow of Edward Davis Fields.

Grady is buried in Arlington Memory Gardens, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma beside Cecil Irene. Find A Grave Memorial# 37102422 presents this obituary:
Grady McCorkle went to be with the Lord on May 27, 2001 after a short illness and hospitalization. He was born on July 5, 1908 in western Oklahoma to William P. and Maggie McCorkle. He grew up on a farm and on April 14, 1928 was married to Cecil Irene Skelton. To this union were born 6 children. In 1945, he moved his family to Midwest City, OK and was self-employed until he retired in 1975. He lived in Midwest City until his death. He was a charter member of the Midwest City Kiwanis Club and served on the city council of Midwest City. Grady was a long-time member of the Bethlehem Primitive Baptist Church having served as a deacon, treasurer, and various other positions in service to the Lord. Grady loved the Lord and he loved, and was loved by family and a large circle of friends. After his retirement he spent much of his time visiting family and friends, especially people he knew that were in hospitals and nursing homes. He also enjoyed woodworking as a hobby and many of us are blessed to have his crafts in our homes. He was preceded in death by his wife of 58 years, Cecil. He is survived by his present wife Fern McCorkle, of the home. He is also survived by 6 children, Bobby G. McCorkle, of Gainesville, TX, Regena Johnson and husband Joe, of Midwest City, William McCorkle and wife Betty, of Tahlequah, OK, Lucy Markham and husband Roger, of Lenexa, KS, Sena Peterson and husband Alvin, of Oklahoma City, Grady McCorkle and wife Danette, of Oklahoma City, and a stepson, Steve Fields and wife Espie of Oklahoma City. He also was blessed with 17 grandchildren, 31 great grandchildren, and one great-great grandson. Grady was a very gentle and caring man who always placed God first in his life. His precious memory is our keepsake with which we will never part. God has him in his keeping. We have him in our hearts. Services are Wednesday, May 30th 10:00 a.m., at Eisenhour SE Funeral Home on 29th Street in Del City. Officiating will be Elders Bill McCarthy and Randy McCarthy. Grady's grandsons will serve as pallbearers. Interment will follow at Arlington Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to: Bethlehem Primitive Baptist Church c/o Bill McCarthy, 12300 Long Lake Blvd., OKC, Oklahoma 73170.
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George CASADY and Ada CHRISTOPHER




Husband George CASADY 3589

         Born: 13 August 1870 - Washington County, Ohio 3589
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       Father: William Jackson CASADY (1829-1906) 267
       Mother: Margaret Ann CLARK (1833-1879) 267,831


     Marriage: Abt 1897



Wife Ada CHRISTOPHER

         Born: Abt 1874
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1 M abt 1898 George CASADY (details suppressed for this person)

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George Perry CASADY and Hannah S. DYE




Husband George Perry CASADY

         Born: 4 March 1815 - Washington County, Pennsylvania
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         Died: 27 January 1891 - Newport, Ohio
       Buried:  - Barker Cemetery, Washington County, Ohio


       Father: Lucas CASADY (Between 1780/1790-Bef 1850)
       Mother: Nancy --?-- (cal 1787-1857)


     Marriage: 6 March 1840 - Washington County, Ohio

 Other Spouse: Sophia HOFF - 1 February 1847 - Washington County, Ohio



Wife Hannah S. DYE

         Born: 14 September 1818 - Washington County, Ohio
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       Buried:  - Dye Cemetery


       Father: John DYE II (1774-1823)
       Mother: Hannah HOFF (1774-1857)




Children
1 M Pvt Amaziah CASADY, USA 2245

         Born: 31 August 1840 - Washington County, Ohio 2245
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         Died: 23 January 1865 - Chattanooga, Tennessee
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2 F Rebecca Adaline CASADY 2245

         Born: 4 October 1841 - Washington County, Ohio 2245
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         Died: 30 December 1867 - Woods County, West Virginia
       Buried:  - Barker Cemetery, Washington County, Ohio



3 F Emma Belinda CASADY 2245,3588

         Born: 23 July 1843 - Washington County, Ohio 2245
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         Died: 9 March 1912
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       Spouse: Joseph GITCHELL 3588
         Marr: 12 April 1863 - Washington County, Ohio



General Notes: Husband - George Perry CASADY

"Nancy and Lucas Cassady were the parents of Morton, George Perry, William Jackson, and Deadmia Cassady. And the History of Washington County only lists these children." (Millie Covey Fry)

"During the winter of 2000 I found some handwritten papers in a Hoff or Cassady file at the Washington County Public Library and it included the following: "George P. Cassady was born in Washington Co., PA March 4, 1815 - came with his parents to Ohio at the age of four - Lucas Casady and Nancy Morton Casady. He was an earnest temperance man - his mothers people - Morton - never of much education and refinement. Levi P. Morton of N.Y. was a connection - they lived in Canada during the French and Indian war - then to N. Y. State - beyond the fact that his father moved to Ohio from PA - I know nothing of them. No records on either side of the family - all old letters from them have been burned. …" (Millie Covery Fry)

George's father, Lucas CASADA (CASADY), is named in the 1820 census of Warren, Washington County, Ohio.

George CASADY is named in the following land records:
CASADY | GEORGE | 22 | 3 N | 7 W | OHIO RIVER SURVEY | MARIETTA | 4275 | 1838/08/20
CASADY | GEORGE | 22 | 3 N | 7 W | OHIO RIVER SURVEY | MARIETTA | 15766 | 1849/04/10

George married Hannah S. DYE on March 6, 1840. They are enumerated in the 1840 census of Washington County, Ohio. George's home/farm is next to Samuel FULLER (age 40-50) and not far away is Lot FULLER (20-30) with a 20-30 year old wife and a daughter under 5 years. George's brother, Morton CASSADY, named a son, William Lot, presumably for a member of the FULLER family.

George and Hannah's children, Amase, 10, Adaline, 9, and Emma, 7, are named in the 1850 census. Hannah died in 1845, buried in the DYE Cemetery, Washington County.

George remarried to Sophia HOFF on 1 February 1847. Their daughter, Hannah, age 2, is named in the 1850 census, no doubt named in respect for George's first wife.

1850 U.S. Census, Ohio, Washington County, Lawrence Twp; Series: M432 Roll: 738 Series: M432 Roll: 738 Page: 487:
78 78 George CASSADY 35 M Farmer 1200 PA; Sophia " 26 F OH; Amase " 10 M OH; Adaline " 9 F OH; Emma " 7 F OH; Hannah " 2 F OH.
Nearby:
73 73 William REYNOLDS 38 DE and wife Rachel 33 VA and family.
74 74 Purnal REYNOLDS 25 DE and wife Ann 25 VA
(The REYNOLDS names are listed because George's mother may have been Nancy REYNOLDS according to family researchers of her son William Jackson CASADY and may be of value in proving that right or wrong. RLD)

George is listed as born in Pennsylvania on the 1850, 60 & 70 censuses and as born in New York on the 1880 census. Evidence suggests he was born in Washington County, Pennsylvania.

1860 U.S. Census, Ohio, Washington County, Lawrence Twp., Lower Lawrence P. O.; Series: M653 Roll: 1048 Page: 16: 226 224 George P. CASSADY 45 M Farmer 6000 1122 PA; Sovia " 35 F OH; Amsy(?) " 19 M OH; Amline " 18 F OH; Anna (Emma) " 17 F OH; Hanah " 12 F OH; Mary " 10 F OH; George J.** " 6 M OH; Oron(?) 4 M OH. *Judson in the 1880 census, living next door to his parents. (George is indexed as George PLASSADY in this census at Heritage Quest. "P. Cassady" lools very much like Plassady on the census page.)

1870 U.S. Census, Ohio, Washington County, Newport Twp; Series: M593 Roll: 1279 Page: 386:
209 212 CASADY George 55 M W Farmer 15,000 2,200 PA; -- Sophia 45 F W Keeping house OH; -- Emma 26 F W Helps mother OH; -- Hannah 22 F W Helps mother OH; -- Mary 19 F W Helps mother OH; -- George J. 16 M W At school OH; -- Orren 15 M W At school OH.
Two doors away:
1870 U.S. Census, Ohio, Washington County, Newport Twp; Series: M593 Roll: 1279 Page: 386: 207 210 CLARK, Samuel 73 M W Cabinet maker 2000 300 PA; -- Christine 65 F W Keeping house Scotland; -- William L. 31 M W Publisher & Editor --- 500 OH; -- Martha J. 25 F W Teacher --- 100 OH; -- Samuel 12 M W At school OH; -- William 9 M W At school NJ.

1880 U.S. Census, Ohio, Washington County, Newport; Series: T9 Roll: 1076 Page: 356: 310 331 CASSIDY George 65 NY Canada NY; -- Sophia 55 OH OH OH.
Next door:
309 330 CASSIDY Judson W M 27 M Farmer OH NY OH; -- Emma W F 26 Wife M Keeping house OH PA OH; -- Edward W M 2/12 Apr Son -- -- --.
311 332 CASSIDY Orin W M 25 Son M Farmer OH NY OH; -- Jennie W F 22 Wife M Keeps house WV WV WV (VA, WV did not become a state until 20 June 1863. RLD)

"CASADY, George P, 1815-1891, Barker, Newport Twp."
(Washington County Historical Society, http://wchs-ohio.org/)


General Notes: Wife - Hannah S. DYE

Hannah S. DYE married George Perry CASADY on 6 March 1840. She and George had three children: Amase(?), 10, Adaline, 9, and Emma, 7, in the 1850 census.

Hannah died in 1845 and was buried in the DYE Cemetery in Washington County.

"CASADY, Hannah S., Wife of Geo. Casady, Born Sept. 14, 1818, Aged 26 Yrs. 10 Mos. 9 dys.; Sleep on dear wife/And take thy rest/God called thee home/He thought it best." (Dye Cemetery Index. Died 23 July 1845 according to her given age.)

George remarried to Sophia HOFF in February 1847. Their daughter Hannah, born about 1848, was named for George's first wife.


Notes: Marriage

Early Washington County, Ohio marriage records list: George Perry CASSADY married Hannah DYE on March 6, 1840.

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George Perry CASADY and Sophia HOFF




Husband George Perry CASADY

         Born: 4 March 1815 - Washington County, Pennsylvania
   Christened: 
         Died: 27 January 1891 - Newport, Ohio
       Buried:  - Barker Cemetery, Washington County, Ohio


       Father: Lucas CASADY (Between 1780/1790-Bef 1850)
       Mother: Nancy --?-- (cal 1787-1857)


     Marriage: 1 February 1847 - Washington County, Ohio

 Other Spouse: Hannah S. DYE - 6 March 1840 - Washington County, Ohio



Wife Sophia HOFF

         Born: 25 March 1825 - Ohio
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 April 1899
       Buried:  - Barker Cemetery, Washington County, Ohio


       Father: James HOFF (1788-1861)
       Mother: Jane GRIGGS (1803-1880)




Children
1 F Hannah CASADY 2245,3590

         Born: 13 March 1848 - Washington County, Ohio 2245
   Christened: 
         Died: 7 November 1926 - Washington County, Ohio
       Buried:  - East Lawn Memorial Park
       Spouse: George Undriel MIDDLESWART 3590
         Marr: 14 June 1871 - Washington County, Ohio


2 F Mary Lucretia CASADY 2245

         Born: 1 July 1850 - Washington County, Ohio 2245
   Christened: 
         Died: 1871 - Washington County, Ohio
       Buried:  - Barker Cemetery, Washington County, Ohio



3 M George Judson CASADY 2245,2246

         Born: 29 July 1853 - Washington County, Ohio 2247
   Christened: 
         Died: 6 February 1916 - Washington County, Ohio 2247
       Buried:  - Barker Cemetery, Washington County, Ohio 2247
       Spouse: Emma T. AMOS 2248
         Marr: Abt 1878


4 M Orin CASADY 2245,2246

         Born: October 1855 - Washington County, Ohio 2245
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Jennie COCKRAN 2246
         Marr: Abt 1879


5 F Ida CASADY

         Born: 18 November 1864
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 September 1865
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - George Perry CASADY

"Nancy and Lucas Cassady were the parents of Morton, George Perry, William Jackson, and Deadmia Cassady. And the History of Washington County only lists these children." (Millie Covey Fry)

"During the winter of 2000 I found some handwritten papers in a Hoff or Cassady file at the Washington County Public Library and it included the following: "George P. Cassady was born in Washington Co., PA March 4, 1815 - came with his parents to Ohio at the age of four - Lucas Casady and Nancy Morton Casady. He was an earnest temperance man - his mothers people - Morton - never of much education and refinement. Levi P. Morton of N.Y. was a connection - they lived in Canada during the French and Indian war - then to N. Y. State - beyond the fact that his father moved to Ohio from PA - I know nothing of them. No records on either side of the family - all old letters from them have been burned. …" (Millie Covery Fry)

George's father, Lucas CASADA (CASADY), is named in the 1820 census of Warren, Washington County, Ohio.

George CASADY is named in the following land records:
CASADY | GEORGE | 22 | 3 N | 7 W | OHIO RIVER SURVEY | MARIETTA | 4275 | 1838/08/20
CASADY | GEORGE | 22 | 3 N | 7 W | OHIO RIVER SURVEY | MARIETTA | 15766 | 1849/04/10

George married Hannah S. DYE on March 6, 1840. They are enumerated in the 1840 census of Washington County, Ohio. George's home/farm is next to Samuel FULLER (age 40-50) and not far away is Lot FULLER (20-30) with a 20-30 year old wife and a daughter under 5 years. George's brother, Morton CASSADY, named a son, William Lot, presumably for a member of the FULLER family.

George and Hannah's children, Amase, 10, Adaline, 9, and Emma, 7, are named in the 1850 census. Hannah died in 1845, buried in the DYE Cemetery, Washington County.

George remarried to Sophia HOFF on 1 February 1847. Their daughter, Hannah, age 2, is named in the 1850 census, no doubt named in respect for George's first wife.

1850 U.S. Census, Ohio, Washington County, Lawrence Twp; Series: M432 Roll: 738 Series: M432 Roll: 738 Page: 487:
78 78 George CASSADY 35 M Farmer 1200 PA; Sophia " 26 F OH; Amase " 10 M OH; Adaline " 9 F OH; Emma " 7 F OH; Hannah " 2 F OH.
Nearby:
73 73 William REYNOLDS 38 DE and wife Rachel 33 VA and family.
74 74 Purnal REYNOLDS 25 DE and wife Ann 25 VA
(The REYNOLDS names are listed because George's mother may have been Nancy REYNOLDS according to family researchers of her son William Jackson CASADY and may be of value in proving that right or wrong. RLD)

George is listed as born in Pennsylvania on the 1850, 60 & 70 censuses and as born in New York on the 1880 census. Evidence suggests he was born in Washington County, Pennsylvania.

1860 U.S. Census, Ohio, Washington County, Lawrence Twp., Lower Lawrence P. O.; Series: M653 Roll: 1048 Page: 16: 226 224 George P. CASSADY 45 M Farmer 6000 1122 PA; Sovia " 35 F OH; Amsy(?) " 19 M OH; Amline " 18 F OH; Anna (Emma) " 17 F OH; Hanah " 12 F OH; Mary " 10 F OH; George J.** " 6 M OH; Oron(?) 4 M OH. *Judson in the 1880 census, living next door to his parents. (George is indexed as George PLASSADY in this census at Heritage Quest. "P. Cassady" lools very much like Plassady on the census page.)

1870 U.S. Census, Ohio, Washington County, Newport Twp; Series: M593 Roll: 1279 Page: 386:
209 212 CASADY George 55 M W Farmer 15,000 2,200 PA; -- Sophia 45 F W Keeping house OH; -- Emma 26 F W Helps mother OH; -- Hannah 22 F W Helps mother OH; -- Mary 19 F W Helps mother OH; -- George J. 16 M W At school OH; -- Orren 15 M W At school OH.
Two doors away:
1870 U.S. Census, Ohio, Washington County, Newport Twp; Series: M593 Roll: 1279 Page: 386: 207 210 CLARK, Samuel 73 M W Cabinet maker 2000 300 PA; -- Christine 65 F W Keeping house Scotland; -- William L. 31 M W Publisher & Editor --- 500 OH; -- Martha J. 25 F W Teacher --- 100 OH; -- Samuel 12 M W At school OH; -- William 9 M W At school NJ.

1880 U.S. Census, Ohio, Washington County, Newport; Series: T9 Roll: 1076 Page: 356: 310 331 CASSIDY George 65 NY Canada NY; -- Sophia 55 OH OH OH.
Next door:
309 330 CASSIDY Judson W M 27 M Farmer OH NY OH; -- Emma W F 26 Wife M Keeping house OH PA OH; -- Edward W M 2/12 Apr Son -- -- --.
311 332 CASSIDY Orin W M 25 Son M Farmer OH NY OH; -- Jennie W F 22 Wife M Keeps house WV WV WV (VA, WV did not become a state until 20 June 1863. RLD)

"CASADY, George P, 1815-1891, Barker, Newport Twp."
(Washington County Historical Society, http://wchs-ohio.org/)


General Notes: Wife - Sophia HOFF

"CASADY, Sophia, 1825-1899, Barker, Newport Twp."
(Washington County Historical Society, http://wchs-ohio.org/)
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Walter A. PHEMISTER and Grace Ann CASADY




Husband Walter A. PHEMISTER 3591

         Born: August 1839 - Ohio 3591
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 3 December 1878 - Washington County, Ohio



Wife Grace Ann CASADY 267,3591

          AKA: Ragan CASSADY 267
         Born: 20 May 1854 267
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 June 1896
       Buried: 


       Father: William Jackson CASADY (1829-1906) 267
       Mother: Margaret Ann CLARK (1833-1879) 267,831



 Other Spouse: Benjamin FUHL - 5 March 1890 - Washington County, Ohio


Children
1 M James PHEMISTER 3591

         Born: Abt 1878 - Washington County, Ohio 3591
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 F Permilia PHEMISTER

         Born: Abt 1880
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Bert MOWERY
         Marr: 28 March 1899 - Washington County, Ohio


3 F Junnie PHEMISTER

         Born: August 1882 - Ohio
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



4 F Fleva PHEMISTER

         Born: March 1884 - Ohio
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



5 M George PHEMISTER

         Born: February 1886 - Ohio
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



6 M Golden Gate PHEMISTER

         Born: April 1888
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Walter A. PHEMISTER

1880 U.S. Census, Ohio, Washington County, Newport; Series: T9 Roll: 1076 Page: 349: 184 202 PHEMISTER Walter W M 41 Farmer OH England Scotland; -- Grace W F 24 Wife Keeps house OH England Scotland; -- James W M 2 Son At home OH England Scotland; CASSIDY Belle W F 14 Sister-in-law S OH England Scotland. (Walter is indexed at Heritage Quest as "PHINNSTER William Walton" in this census)

1900 U.S. Census, Ohio, Washington County, Little Muskingum Precinct.


General Notes: Wife - Grace Ann CASADY

Grace is named as "Ragan" age 6 in the 1860 census of Washington County, Ohio.

Early Washington County, Ohio marriage records list:
Grace CASSADY married Walter A PHEMISTER on Dec. 3, 1878.
Grace CASSADY married Benjamin FUHL of Wood Co., WV on March 5, 1890.


Notes: Marriage

Early Washington County, Ohio marriage records list:
Grace CASSADY married Walter A PHEMISTER on Dec. 3, 1878.
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Benjamin FUHL and Grace Ann CASADY




Husband Benjamin FUHL

         Born: Cir 1854
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 5 March 1890 - Washington County, Ohio



Wife Grace Ann CASADY 267,3591

          AKA: Ragan CASSADY 267
         Born: 20 May 1854 267
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 June 1896
       Buried: 


       Father: William Jackson CASADY (1829-1906) 267
       Mother: Margaret Ann CLARK (1833-1879) 267,831



 Other Spouse: Walter A. PHEMISTER 3591 - 3 December 1878 - Washington County, Ohio


Children

General Notes: Wife - Grace Ann CASADY

Grace is named as "Ragan" age 6 in the 1860 census of Washington County, Ohio.

Early Washington County, Ohio marriage records list:
Grace CASSADY married Walter A PHEMISTER on Dec. 3, 1878.
Grace CASSADY married Benjamin FUHL of Wood Co., WV on March 5, 1890.


Notes: Marriage

Early Washington County, Ohio marriage records list:
Grace CASSADY married Benjamin FUHL of Wood Co. WV on March 5, 1890.
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George Undriel MIDDLESWART and Hannah CASADY




Husband George Undriel MIDDLESWART 3590

         Born: 1 April 1838 - Washington County, Ohio 3592
   Christened: 
         Died: 27 March 1925 - Washington County, Ohio
       Buried:  - East Lawn Memorial Park
     Marriage: 14 June 1871 - Washington County, Ohio



Wife Hannah CASADY 2245,3590

         Born: 13 March 1848 - Washington County, Ohio 2245
   Christened: 
         Died: 7 November 1926 - Washington County, Ohio
       Buried:  - East Lawn Memorial Park


       Father: George Perry CASADY (1815-1891)
       Mother: Sophia HOFF (1825-1899)




Children
1 F Mary MIDDLESWART 3590,3593

         Born: Abt 1872 - Ohio 3590
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 F Alice MIDDLESWART 3590,3593

         Born: Abt 1875 - Ohio 3590
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 M Jacob Arden MIDDLESWART 3593

         Born: March 1880 - Washington County, Ohio 3593
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - George Undriel MIDDLESWART

1880 U.S. Census, Ohio, Washington County, Newport; Series: T9 Roll: 1076 Page: 357: 328 361 MIDDLESWART Geo W. W M 42 M Farmer OH PA OH; -- Hannah W F 34 Wife M Keeps house OH NY --; -- Mary W F 8 Dau OH OH OH; -- Alice W F 7 Dau OH OH O--; -- Jacob Arden W M 3/12 Mar OH OH --.

1910 U.S. Census, Ohio, Washington County, Newport Twp; Series: T624 Roll: 1237 Page: 249: Newport Pike 25 25 MIDDLESWART George Head M W 72 M1 38 OH PA OH None; -- Hannah Wife F W 62 M1 38 3 3 OH PA OH None; -- Mary Dau F W 38 S OH OH OH None; -- Alice Dau F W 35 S OH OH OH None.
Hannah's sister, Emma GITCHELL and husband live six homes away.

"MIDDLESWART, George, Eastlawn/Valley, Marietta Twp."
(Washington County, OH Cemetery Index, http://www.wchs-ohio.org/cem_middleswartmilles.htm)


General Notes: Wife - Hannah CASADY

"MIDDLESWART, Hannah, Eastlawn/Valley, Marietta Twp."
(Washington County, OH Cemetery Index, http://www.wchs-ohio.org/cem_middleswartmilles.htm)

Find A Grave Memorial# 52254529, created by Mark Gayman on May 11, 2010


Notes: Marriage

Early Washington County, Ohio marriage records list: Hannah CASSADY married George W. MIDDLESWART on June 14, 1871.

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Harold Devol CASADY and Dorothy June NICKLIN




Husband Harold Devol CASADY 43

         Born: 16 June 1927 - Chickasha, Grady County, Oklahoma 43
   Christened: 
         Died: 19 August 2002 - Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma 43
       Buried: 


       Father: Fred Erwin CASADY (1904-1966) 266
       Mother: Cora Dessie PIERCE (1909-1944)


     Marriage: 



Wife Dorothy June NICKLIN (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
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       Father: Henry John NICKLIN
       Mother: Florence Mae GULICK




Children
1 F Patricia Gail CASADY (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Michael Wayne CASADY (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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3 M Steven Brian CASADY (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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4 F Carol Ann CASADY (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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General Notes: Husband - Harold Devol CASADY

SSDI: HAROLD D CASADY 16 Jun 1927 19 Aug 2002 (V) 74804 (Shawnee, Pottawatomie, OK) (none specified) 573-20-3816 California

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Derek Scott HUMPHREY and Heather Carene CASADY




Husband Derek Scott HUMPHREY (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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Wife Heather Carene CASADY (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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       Father: Patrick Edward CASADY
       Mother: Debra Lynn CLARKSON




Children
1 M Austin Hunter HUMPHREY (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Tyler Aiden HUMPHREY (details suppressed for this person)

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3 F Jessica Rae HUMPHREY (details suppressed for this person)

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Daniel C. DODD and Irene CASADY




Husband Daniel C. DODD

         Born: 1852
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1930
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Irene CASADY 267

         Born: 10 October 1857 267
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 June 1946
       Buried: 


       Father: William Jackson CASADY (1829-1906) 267
       Mother: Margaret Ann CLARK (1833-1879) 267,831




Children

General Notes: Husband - Daniel C. DODD

1930 census, Oklahoma, Woods County, Galena Twp.


General Notes: Wife - Irene CASADY

Irene CASADY is named as "Ireem" CASSADY age 3 in the 1860 census of Washington County, Ohio.
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Robert GRAYHAM and Isabelle Florence CASADY




Husband Robert GRAYHAM

         Born: Cir 1865
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Isabelle Florence CASADY 1424

         Born: 7 June 1866 - Washington County, Ohio 1424
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 August 1948 - San Bernardino County, California
       Buried: 


       Father: William Jackson CASADY (1829-1906) 267
       Mother: Margaret Ann CLARK (1833-1879) 267,831



 Other Spouse: Frank McGEE

 Other Spouse: Clarence WADE - Bef 1920

 Other Spouse: George Elmer GALBREATH 1895,1896 - After 1 January 1920


Children

General Notes: Husband - Robert GRAYHAM

Millie Covey Fry lists Robert GRAYHAM as a husband of Isabelle "Belle" Florence CASADY. No record found.


General Notes: Wife - Isabelle Florence CASADY

Isabelle "Belle" Florence CASADY, 3, daughter of William Jackson CASADY and Margaret Ann CLARK is named in the 1870 census of Washington County, Ohio. In the 1880 census, Belle, 14, is listed twice, once in the home of Walter and Grace PHEMISTER, her sister, in Newport, Washington County, Ohio, and in her parents' home, same county, Lawrence, Ohio. [Series: T9 Roll: 1075 Page: 180]
Millie Covey Fry lists four husbands for Isabelle: Robert GRAYHAM, Clarence WILLIAMS, George Elmer GALBREATH, and Frank McGEE. No additional information. Belle has not been positively identified in records between 1880 and 1920. WADE and GALBREATH appear to be her last two husbands. It is not known when or with whom she moved from Ohio to California.
In 1920, Belle WADE, widow, is the housekeeper for "George E. GALBREATH." Her listed age, 42, should be 54.
1920 U.S. Census, California, San Bernardino, Ward 3, Chino; Series: T625 Roll: 128 Page: 119: Fm 484 493 GALBREATH George E.[*] Head M W 34 Wd OH OH OH Farmer Fruit; -- Lester W. Son M W 12 S CA OH OH; -- John H. Son M W 9 S CA OH OH; -- Lillian L. Dau F W 7 S CA OH OH; -- Willard E. Son M W 2 5/12 S CA OH OH; WADE Belle F. Housekeeper F W 42 Wd OH OH OH Housekeeper. [*8 years younger than Belle in this census, actually, 19 years younger]
Belle married George. A family portrait of George Elmer and Belle Casady GALBREATH is in family files. Belle appears older than her husband.
A Death Certificate record for "Belle Florence GALBREATH [Belle Florence CASADY]" at Ancestry.com shows her birth on 7 June 1866, in Marietta, Washington County, Ohio and her death on 12 August 1948 in San Bernardino, California and is sourced to the California Death Index, 1940-1997. Also listed, relationship not specified, is "Elmer GALBREATH B: Ohio" and "Father's Surname: CASADY" (NOTE: Belle's maiden name in brackets is on the death record at Ancestry.)
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All below is SPECULATION, based on Belle's death certificate, the picture of her and her husband, and backtracking from the 1920 census record:

1900 U.S. Census - not confirmed to be Isabelle Florence:
1900 U.S. Census, California, Alameda County, Ward 3, Oakland; Series: T623 Roll: 82 Page: 296
234 243 WADE William W. HEAD W M Dec 1852 47 M 21 CA England Ireland Merchant Saddlery;
-- Belle F. Wife W F Jan 1857 43 M 21 2 2 CA MD KY;
-- Effie R. Dau W FAug 1882 17 S CA CA CA;
-- Louisa N. Dau W FSept 1887 12 S CA CA CA.
1910 U.S. Census - not confirmed to be Isabelle Florence. No "Clarence WADE":
1910 U.S. Census, California, Alameda County, Ward 4, Oakland; Series: T624 Roll: 70 Page: 163:
177 273 WADE Belle Head F W 53 Wd - 2 2 CA MD KY None;
--Louise Dau F W 22 S CA CA CA Clerk Lawyer's office.

1900 U.S. Census - not confirmed to be Isabelle Florence:
1900 U.S. Census, Ohio, Trumbull County, Brookfield Twp; Series: T623 Roll: 1325 Page: 64:
343 343 WADE William Head W M Dec 1864 35 M 14 PA PA PA Teamster;
-- Belle Wife W F Jan 1865 35 M 14 6 5 OH OH NY;
-- Maggie Dau W F Mar 1887 13 S OH PA OH;
-- Mildred Dau W F June 1890 7 S OH PA OH;
-- Hazel Dau W F Nov 1894 5 S OH PA OH;
-- Goldie Dau W F Aug 1896 3 S PA PA OH;
-- Everett F. Dau W F June 1897 2 S PA PA OH

1910 U.S. Census - not confirmed to be Isabelle Florence. No "Clarence WADE":
In a right location, an Elizabeth [Isabelle?], 37, born about 1873 in Ohio, married a William A. WADE about 1904.
1910 U.S. Census, California, San Bernardino, Ward 3, San Bernardino; Series: T624 Roll: 94 Page: 130:
509 99 111 WADE William A. Head M W 33 M1 6 OH OH OH Photographer;
-- Elizabeth [Isabelle?] Wife F W 37 M1 6 0 0 OH OH KY.
NOTE: No William WADE in San Bernardino in 1920 when Belle WADE, widow, is keeping house for George Elmer GALBREATH.

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Frank McGEE and Isabelle Florence CASADY




Husband Frank McGEE (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Isabelle Florence CASADY 1424

         Born: 7 June 1866 - Washington County, Ohio 1424
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 August 1948 - San Bernardino County, California
       Buried: 


       Father: William Jackson CASADY (1829-1906) 267
       Mother: Margaret Ann CLARK (1833-1879) 267,831



 Other Spouse: Robert GRAYHAM

 Other Spouse: Clarence WADE - Bef 1920

 Other Spouse: George Elmer GALBREATH 1895,1896 - After 1 January 1920


Children

General Notes: Wife - Isabelle Florence CASADY

Isabelle "Belle" Florence CASADY, 3, daughter of William Jackson CASADY and Margaret Ann CLARK is named in the 1870 census of Washington County, Ohio. In the 1880 census, Belle, 14, is listed twice, once in the home of Walter and Grace PHEMISTER, her sister, in Newport, Washington County, Ohio, and in her parents' home, same county, Lawrence, Ohio. [Series: T9 Roll: 1075 Page: 180]
Millie Covey Fry lists four husbands for Isabelle: Robert GRAYHAM, Clarence WILLIAMS, George Elmer GALBREATH, and Frank McGEE. No additional information. Belle has not been positively identified in records between 1880 and 1920. WADE and GALBREATH appear to be her last two husbands. It is not known when or with whom she moved from Ohio to California.
In 1920, Belle WADE, widow, is the housekeeper for "George E. GALBREATH." Her listed age, 42, should be 54.
1920 U.S. Census, California, San Bernardino, Ward 3, Chino; Series: T625 Roll: 128 Page: 119: Fm 484 493 GALBREATH George E.[*] Head M W 34 Wd OH OH OH Farmer Fruit; -- Lester W. Son M W 12 S CA OH OH; -- John H. Son M W 9 S CA OH OH; -- Lillian L. Dau F W 7 S CA OH OH; -- Willard E. Son M W 2 5/12 S CA OH OH; WADE Belle F. Housekeeper F W 42 Wd OH OH OH Housekeeper. [*8 years younger than Belle in this census, actually, 19 years younger]
Belle married George. A family portrait of George Elmer and Belle Casady GALBREATH is in family files. Belle appears older than her husband.
A Death Certificate record for "Belle Florence GALBREATH [Belle Florence CASADY]" at Ancestry.com shows her birth on 7 June 1866, in Marietta, Washington County, Ohio and her death on 12 August 1948 in San Bernardino, California and is sourced to the California Death Index, 1940-1997. Also listed, relationship not specified, is "Elmer GALBREATH B: Ohio" and "Father's Surname: CASADY" (NOTE: Belle's maiden name in brackets is on the death record at Ancestry.)
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All below is SPECULATION, based on Belle's death certificate, the picture of her and her husband, and backtracking from the 1920 census record:

1900 U.S. Census - not confirmed to be Isabelle Florence:
1900 U.S. Census, California, Alameda County, Ward 3, Oakland; Series: T623 Roll: 82 Page: 296
234 243 WADE William W. HEAD W M Dec 1852 47 M 21 CA England Ireland Merchant Saddlery;
-- Belle F. Wife W F Jan 1857 43 M 21 2 2 CA MD KY;
-- Effie R. Dau W FAug 1882 17 S CA CA CA;
-- Louisa N. Dau W FSept 1887 12 S CA CA CA.
1910 U.S. Census - not confirmed to be Isabelle Florence. No "Clarence WADE":
1910 U.S. Census, California, Alameda County, Ward 4, Oakland; Series: T624 Roll: 70 Page: 163:
177 273 WADE Belle Head F W 53 Wd - 2 2 CA MD KY None;
--Louise Dau F W 22 S CA CA CA Clerk Lawyer's office.

1900 U.S. Census - not confirmed to be Isabelle Florence:
1900 U.S. Census, Ohio, Trumbull County, Brookfield Twp; Series: T623 Roll: 1325 Page: 64:
343 343 WADE William Head W M Dec 1864 35 M 14 PA PA PA Teamster;
-- Belle Wife W F Jan 1865 35 M 14 6 5 OH OH NY;
-- Maggie Dau W F Mar 1887 13 S OH PA OH;
-- Mildred Dau W F June 1890 7 S OH PA OH;
-- Hazel Dau W F Nov 1894 5 S OH PA OH;
-- Goldie Dau W F Aug 1896 3 S PA PA OH;
-- Everett F. Dau W F June 1897 2 S PA PA OH

1910 U.S. Census - not confirmed to be Isabelle Florence. No "Clarence WADE":
In a right location, an Elizabeth [Isabelle?], 37, born about 1873 in Ohio, married a William A. WADE about 1904.
1910 U.S. Census, California, San Bernardino, Ward 3, San Bernardino; Series: T624 Roll: 94 Page: 130:
509 99 111 WADE William A. Head M W 33 M1 6 OH OH OH Photographer;
-- Elizabeth [Isabelle?] Wife F W 37 M1 6 0 0 OH OH KY.
NOTE: No William WADE in San Bernardino in 1920 when Belle WADE, widow, is keeping house for George Elmer GALBREATH.

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Clarence WADE and Isabelle Florence CASADY




Husband Clarence WADE

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1 January 1920 1896
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1920



Wife Isabelle Florence CASADY 1424

         Born: 7 June 1866 - Washington County, Ohio 1424
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 August 1948 - San Bernardino County, California
       Buried: 


       Father: William Jackson CASADY (1829-1906) 267
       Mother: Margaret Ann CLARK (1833-1879) 267,831



 Other Spouse: Robert GRAYHAM

 Other Spouse: Frank McGEE

 Other Spouse: George Elmer GALBREATH 1895,1896 - After 1 January 1920


Children

General Notes: Husband - Clarence WADE

Millie Covey Fry lists Clarence WADE as a husband of Isabelle "Belle" Florence CASADY. No record found. "Belle WADE" a widow is listed in the 1920 census of San Bernardino, California.


General Notes: Wife - Isabelle Florence CASADY

Isabelle "Belle" Florence CASADY, 3, daughter of William Jackson CASADY and Margaret Ann CLARK is named in the 1870 census of Washington County, Ohio. In the 1880 census, Belle, 14, is listed twice, once in the home of Walter and Grace PHEMISTER, her sister, in Newport, Washington County, Ohio, and in her parents' home, same county, Lawrence, Ohio. [Series: T9 Roll: 1075 Page: 180]
Millie Covey Fry lists four husbands for Isabelle: Robert GRAYHAM, Clarence WILLIAMS, George Elmer GALBREATH, and Frank McGEE. No additional information. Belle has not been positively identified in records between 1880 and 1920. WADE and GALBREATH appear to be her last two husbands. It is not known when or with whom she moved from Ohio to California.
In 1920, Belle WADE, widow, is the housekeeper for "George E. GALBREATH." Her listed age, 42, should be 54.
1920 U.S. Census, California, San Bernardino, Ward 3, Chino; Series: T625 Roll: 128 Page: 119: Fm 484 493 GALBREATH George E.[*] Head M W 34 Wd OH OH OH Farmer Fruit; -- Lester W. Son M W 12 S CA OH OH; -- John H. Son M W 9 S CA OH OH; -- Lillian L. Dau F W 7 S CA OH OH; -- Willard E. Son M W 2 5/12 S CA OH OH; WADE Belle F. Housekeeper F W 42 Wd OH OH OH Housekeeper. [*8 years younger than Belle in this census, actually, 19 years younger]
Belle married George. A family portrait of George Elmer and Belle Casady GALBREATH is in family files. Belle appears older than her husband.
A Death Certificate record for "Belle Florence GALBREATH [Belle Florence CASADY]" at Ancestry.com shows her birth on 7 June 1866, in Marietta, Washington County, Ohio and her death on 12 August 1948 in San Bernardino, California and is sourced to the California Death Index, 1940-1997. Also listed, relationship not specified, is "Elmer GALBREATH B: Ohio" and "Father's Surname: CASADY" (NOTE: Belle's maiden name in brackets is on the death record at Ancestry.)
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All below is SPECULATION, based on Belle's death certificate, the picture of her and her husband, and backtracking from the 1920 census record:

1900 U.S. Census - not confirmed to be Isabelle Florence:
1900 U.S. Census, California, Alameda County, Ward 3, Oakland; Series: T623 Roll: 82 Page: 296
234 243 WADE William W. HEAD W M Dec 1852 47 M 21 CA England Ireland Merchant Saddlery;
-- Belle F. Wife W F Jan 1857 43 M 21 2 2 CA MD KY;
-- Effie R. Dau W FAug 1882 17 S CA CA CA;
-- Louisa N. Dau W FSept 1887 12 S CA CA CA.
1910 U.S. Census - not confirmed to be Isabelle Florence. No "Clarence WADE":
1910 U.S. Census, California, Alameda County, Ward 4, Oakland; Series: T624 Roll: 70 Page: 163:
177 273 WADE Belle Head F W 53 Wd - 2 2 CA MD KY None;
--Louise Dau F W 22 S CA CA CA Clerk Lawyer's office.

1900 U.S. Census - not confirmed to be Isabelle Florence:
1900 U.S. Census, Ohio, Trumbull County, Brookfield Twp; Series: T623 Roll: 1325 Page: 64:
343 343 WADE William Head W M Dec 1864 35 M 14 PA PA PA Teamster;
-- Belle Wife W F Jan 1865 35 M 14 6 5 OH OH NY;
-- Maggie Dau W F Mar 1887 13 S OH PA OH;
-- Mildred Dau W F June 1890 7 S OH PA OH;
-- Hazel Dau W F Nov 1894 5 S OH PA OH;
-- Goldie Dau W F Aug 1896 3 S PA PA OH;
-- Everett F. Dau W F June 1897 2 S PA PA OH

1910 U.S. Census - not confirmed to be Isabelle Florence. No "Clarence WADE":
In a right location, an Elizabeth [Isabelle?], 37, born about 1873 in Ohio, married a William A. WADE about 1904.
1910 U.S. Census, California, San Bernardino, Ward 3, San Bernardino; Series: T624 Roll: 94 Page: 130:
509 99 111 WADE William A. Head M W 33 M1 6 OH OH OH Photographer;
-- Elizabeth [Isabelle?] Wife F W 37 M1 6 0 0 OH OH KY.
NOTE: No William WADE in San Bernardino in 1920 when Belle WADE, widow, is keeping house for George Elmer GALBREATH.

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George Elmer GALBREATH and Isabelle Florence CASADY




Husband George Elmer GALBREATH 1895,1896

         Born: 28 March 1885 - Ohio 1895
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 November 1986 - Los Angeles County, California 1895
       Buried:  - La Verne Cemetery
     Marriage: After 1 January 1920

 Other Spouse: Susan A. --?-- 1897 - Abt 1906



Wife Isabelle Florence CASADY 1424

         Born: 7 June 1866 - Washington County, Ohio 1424
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 August 1948 - San Bernardino County, California
       Buried: 


       Father: William Jackson CASADY (1829-1906) 267
       Mother: Margaret Ann CLARK (1833-1879) 267,831



 Other Spouse: Robert GRAYHAM

 Other Spouse: Frank McGEE

 Other Spouse: Clarence WADE - Bef 1920


Children

General Notes: Husband - George Elmer GALBREATH

Name: Geo Elmer Galbreath; Birth: 28 Mar 1885; Birthplace: Knox Tp, Columbiana, Ohio; Father: Jasper Galbreath; Mother: Amanda Stanley. [labs.familysearch.org, Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C86891-5, System Origin: Ohio-EASy, Source Film Number: 931592, Reference Number: Bk3 p.70 #392, Collection: Ohio Births and Christenings, 1821-1962]

1910 U.S. Census, California. San Bernardino, Ward 1, Chino; Series: T624 Roll: 93 Page: 183:
5 5 GALBRETH [sic] George E. Head M W 25 M1 4 OH OH OH Farmer General farm; -- Susan H. Wife F W 24 M1 4 1 1 OH OH OH; -- Lester W. Son M W 2 S CA OH OH; -- Harvey J. Partner M W 23 S OH OH OH Farmer Farm laborer.

George Elmer GALBREATH is a widower in 1920, Susan died in 1919. His housekeeper is Belle [CASADY] WADE whom George later married. He was about 20 years her junior.

George was again widowed in 1948 when Belle died.

George lived to be 101 years of age. George Elmer and first wife, 'Susa [sic, Susan] A." are buried in Section G of La Verne Cemetery. A possible sister or second, or third wife, after Belle, Margaret GALBRAITH is also buried in this cemetery, but note variant spelling of GALBREATH.

La Verne Cemetery, La Verne, Los Angeles County, California
Galbraith Margaret E. 1883 1986
Galbreath George E. 1885 1986 G
Galbreath Susa [sic, Susan] A. 1885 1919 Wife of G.E. Galbreath Mother G
[http://files.usgwarchives.org/ca/losangeles/cemeteries/laverneei.txt]
"GALBREATH George Elmer 03/27/1885 STANLEY [Mother's surname] M Ohio Los Angeles(19) 11/22/1986 547-22-0117 101 yrs" [California Death Index, <http://vitals.rootsweb.ancestry.com/ca/death/search.cgi>]

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NOTE: George Elmer GALBREATH, 1885-1986, is not to be confused with "Elmer George GALBREATH", 1882-1947, who also died in Los Angeles. Elmer married in 1908 Hazel Lucile TRIMBLE, 1880-1978. They are together with two children in the 1930 census and buried together in Rose Hill Memorial Park in Whittier, Los Angeles County, California. [http://www.main-family.com/roberts/p2.htm & Find A Grave Memorial# 52127323]


General Notes: Wife - Isabelle Florence CASADY

Isabelle "Belle" Florence CASADY, 3, daughter of William Jackson CASADY and Margaret Ann CLARK is named in the 1870 census of Washington County, Ohio. In the 1880 census, Belle, 14, is listed twice, once in the home of Walter and Grace PHEMISTER, her sister, in Newport, Washington County, Ohio, and in her parents' home, same county, Lawrence, Ohio. [Series: T9 Roll: 1075 Page: 180]
Millie Covey Fry lists four husbands for Isabelle: Robert GRAYHAM, Clarence WILLIAMS, George Elmer GALBREATH, and Frank McGEE. No additional information. Belle has not been positively identified in records between 1880 and 1920. WADE and GALBREATH appear to be her last two husbands. It is not known when or with whom she moved from Ohio to California.
In 1920, Belle WADE, widow, is the housekeeper for "George E. GALBREATH." Her listed age, 42, should be 54.
1920 U.S. Census, California, San Bernardino, Ward 3, Chino; Series: T625 Roll: 128 Page: 119: Fm 484 493 GALBREATH George E.[*] Head M W 34 Wd OH OH OH Farmer Fruit; -- Lester W. Son M W 12 S CA OH OH; -- John H. Son M W 9 S CA OH OH; -- Lillian L. Dau F W 7 S CA OH OH; -- Willard E. Son M W 2 5/12 S CA OH OH; WADE Belle F. Housekeeper F W 42 Wd OH OH OH Housekeeper. [*8 years younger than Belle in this census, actually, 19 years younger]
Belle married George. A family portrait of George Elmer and Belle Casady GALBREATH is in family files. Belle appears older than her husband.
A Death Certificate record for "Belle Florence GALBREATH [Belle Florence CASADY]" at Ancestry.com shows her birth on 7 June 1866, in Marietta, Washington County, Ohio and her death on 12 August 1948 in San Bernardino, California and is sourced to the California Death Index, 1940-1997. Also listed, relationship not specified, is "Elmer GALBREATH B: Ohio" and "Father's Surname: CASADY" (NOTE: Belle's maiden name in brackets is on the death record at Ancestry.)
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All below is SPECULATION, based on Belle's death certificate, the picture of her and her husband, and backtracking from the 1920 census record:

1900 U.S. Census - not confirmed to be Isabelle Florence:
1900 U.S. Census, California, Alameda County, Ward 3, Oakland; Series: T623 Roll: 82 Page: 296
234 243 WADE William W. HEAD W M Dec 1852 47 M 21 CA England Ireland Merchant Saddlery;
-- Belle F. Wife W F Jan 1857 43 M 21 2 2 CA MD KY;
-- Effie R. Dau W FAug 1882 17 S CA CA CA;
-- Louisa N. Dau W FSept 1887 12 S CA CA CA.
1910 U.S. Census - not confirmed to be Isabelle Florence. No "Clarence WADE":
1910 U.S. Census, California, Alameda County, Ward 4, Oakland; Series: T624 Roll: 70 Page: 163:
177 273 WADE Belle Head F W 53 Wd - 2 2 CA MD KY None;
--Louise Dau F W 22 S CA CA CA Clerk Lawyer's office.

1900 U.S. Census - not confirmed to be Isabelle Florence:
1900 U.S. Census, Ohio, Trumbull County, Brookfield Twp; Series: T623 Roll: 1325 Page: 64:
343 343 WADE William Head W M Dec 1864 35 M 14 PA PA PA Teamster;
-- Belle Wife W F Jan 1865 35 M 14 6 5 OH OH NY;
-- Maggie Dau W F Mar 1887 13 S OH PA OH;
-- Mildred Dau W F June 1890 7 S OH PA OH;
-- Hazel Dau W F Nov 1894 5 S OH PA OH;
-- Goldie Dau W F Aug 1896 3 S PA PA OH;
-- Everett F. Dau W F June 1897 2 S PA PA OH

1910 U.S. Census - not confirmed to be Isabelle Florence. No "Clarence WADE":
In a right location, an Elizabeth [Isabelle?], 37, born about 1873 in Ohio, married a William A. WADE about 1904.
1910 U.S. Census, California, San Bernardino, Ward 3, San Bernardino; Series: T624 Roll: 94 Page: 130:
509 99 111 WADE William A. Head M W 33 M1 6 OH OH OH Photographer;
-- Elizabeth [Isabelle?] Wife F W 37 M1 6 0 0 OH OH KY.
NOTE: No William WADE in San Bernardino in 1920 when Belle WADE, widow, is keeping house for George Elmer GALBREATH.

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Jeffery Patrick O'CONNOR and Karen Rae CASADY




Husband Jeffery Patrick O'CONNOR (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Karen Rae CASADY (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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       Father: Billy D. CASADY (1927-1990)
       Mother: Patsy Ruth BOWLES



 Other Spouse: Daniel Ray SCHARNHORST


Children
1 F Iva Leah O'CONNOR (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Daniel JOYCE (living)


2 F Hannah Mae O'CONNOR (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Aaron Max JENSEN (living)


3 M Victor Patrick O'CONNOR (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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Daniel Ray SCHARNHORST and Karen Rae CASADY




Husband Daniel Ray SCHARNHORST (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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     Marriage: 



Wife Karen Rae CASADY (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
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       Father: Billy D. CASADY (1927-1990)
       Mother: Patsy Ruth BOWLES



 Other Spouse: Jeffery Patrick O'CONNOR


Children

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Ray HUBBARD and Linda Ray CASADY




Husband Ray HUBBARD (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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Wife Linda Ray CASADY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Andrew Harrison CASADY (1929-1998)
       Mother: Fumiko ASHIDA (1927-1993)




Children

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Lucas Alexander CASADY and Callyn JIO




Husband Lucas Alexander CASADY

         Born: 24 August 1974 - Klamath Falls, Oregon
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 June 2004 - Mt. Rainier, Washington
       Buried: 


       Father: Gary Leon CASADY
       Mother: Linda Elaine RINN


     Marriage: 



Wife Callyn JIO (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
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       Father: Allen JIO
       Mother: Marilyn --?--




Children
1 M Maikol CASADY (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
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General Notes: Husband - Lucas Alexander CASADY

Obituary: Lucas Alexander Casady 1974 - 2004
The funeral for Luke Casady will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, June 24, at the Covenant Christian Community church in The Dalles, Ore. Burial will follow. Luke Casady, 29, died Saturday night or Sunday morning, June 12 or 13, 2004, in an avalanche that occurred on Liberty Ridge, on the north side of Mount Rainier.
He was born Aug. 24, 1974, in Klamath Falls, Ore., to Gary and Linda Casady. Most of his adolescence was spent in Kenya, East Africa. He received his bachelor's degree in mathematics from Oregon State University in 1997.
After a year spent teaching in Lesotho, southern Africa, Luke proposed to his future wife on the 16,000 foot summit of Mount Meru in Tanzania, at sunrise. He married Callyn Jio daughter of Allan and Marilyn Jio of Pendleton, Ore., in 1999.
Their son Maikol was born in 2000, in Corvallis, Ore., where Luke worked as a technical writer for Hewlett Packard. In 2001, he taught at Monument High School, Monument, Ore., and in Heppner, Ore., in 2002 while completing a master's degree in education from Western Oregon University. He recently obtained a master's in applied math from the University of Montana, Missoula and had begun research there towards a doctoral degree also in applied math.
Luke was a passionate person whose intensity touched everything and everyone that he met. His family and friends will remember him by this intensity and by his love for the outdoors and especially the mountains where he felt closest to God whom he loved and is with now.
Survivors include his son, Maikol, 4, and wife Callyn, 26, of Stevensville; brothers Grant and his wife Nancy of Tucson, Ariz., and Brian of The Dalles, Ore.; parents Gary and Linda of The Dalles; and grandparents Lena Totten of Arizona and Calvin Casady of Colorado.
Memorial contributions can be sent to "Luke Casady Memorial Fund" Attn. Karen Stenerson, First Interstate Bank, 101 E. Front St., Missoula, MT 59802. Eternal Hills Funeral Home of Klamath Falls, Ore., is in care of arrangements. [Provided by Karen Scharnhorst, 26 March 2010][Ref: http://cas.umt.edu/math/Newsltr/winter05.pdf]
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John Thomas Liles LAWRENCE and Lula Bird CASADY




Husband John Thomas Liles LAWRENCE 3586

         Born: 19 July 1897 - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 43
   Christened: 
         Died: 28 May 1972 - Okfuskee Memorial Hospital, Oklahoma 43
       Buried: 


       Father: Thomas Jefferson LAWRENCE (      -      )
       Mother: Lou Ella SHAHAN (      -      )


     Marriage: 29 October 1916 - Chickasha, Grady County, Oklahoma



Wife Lula Bird CASADY 269,3586

         Born: 18 July 1896 - Aline, Woods County, Oklahoma 269
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 March 1976 - Okemah, Okfuskee County, Oklahoma 43
       Buried: 26 March 1976 - Fairlawn Cemetery, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 3587


       Father: Devol CASADY (1859-1936) 267
       Mother: Nellie Ann WILMETH (1871-1913) 268,269




Children
1 F Elizabeth Augusta LAWRENCE 3586

         Born: 16 March 1918 - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 43
   Christened: 
         Died: 16 July 1999 - Tarrant County, Texas 43
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Harold Frank CHARLES 43
         Marr: 7 May 1938 - Reno, Nevada


2 M Liles Devol LAWRENCE

         Born: 17 August 1920
   Christened: 
         Died: 20 October 1921
       Buried:  - Fairlawn Cemetery, North Oklahoma City, Oklahoma



3 M Pvt. Verle Eugene LAWRENCE, U.S.M.C, WW II

         Born: 1 February 1923 - Edmund, Oklahoma
   Christened: 
         Died: 2 May 1945 - in the Battle for Okinawa, Japan
       Buried:  - Fairlawn Cemetery, North Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
       Spouse: Rosalie Joan SAVANO (living)


4 M Norbert Earnest LAWRENCE 43

         Born: 9 February 1932 - San Diego, California 43
   Christened: 
         Died: 29 April 2003 - Franklin County, Ohio 43
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Marilyn Sue QUINN (living)


5 M Kirk Alden LAWRENCE (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Alice Marie HANNAH (living)



General Notes: Husband - John Thomas Liles LAWRENCE

1920 U.S. Census, Oklahoma, Okfuskee County, Deer Creek; Series: T625 Roll: 1473 Page: 154: Fm 98 104 LAWRENCE J. L. Head M W 22 M GA GA GA Farmer General farm; -- L. E. Wife F W 23 M OK US IA; -- E. A. Dau F W 2 S OK GA OK; CASADY E. M. (Etta Mae) Sister-in-law F W 11 S OK GA IA; NICHOLSON F. E. Farm hand W M 29 S KS IL KS Laborer Farm; WALKER Mary E. School teacher F W 18 S IA US US School teacher 8th grade.

JOHN LAWRENCE 18 Jul 1897 May 1972 74859 (Okemah, Okfuskee, OK ) (none specified) 559-14-7166 California. (SSDI)


General Notes: Wife - Lula Bird CASADY

Died about 6 P.M. at the Okemah Hospital on March 24, 1976.

LULA LAWRENCE 19 Jul 1896 Mar 1976 74859 (Okemah, Okfuskee, OK ) (none specified) 441-64-3916 Oklahoma (SSDI)
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Lot FULLER and Mary CASADY




Husband Lot FULLER

         Born: Abt 1820
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 20 April 1849 - Washington County, Ohio



Wife Mary CASADY

         Born: Abt 1820 - Washington County, Ohio
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Lucas CASADY (Between 1780/1790-Bef 1850)
       Mother: Nancy --?-- (cal 1787-1857)




Children

General Notes: Husband - Lot FULLER

THIS IS PURE SPECULATION!!! Working notes:

Lot FULLER married Mary CASSADY, thought to be the "Unknown" daughter of Lucas and Nancy CASADY of Washington County, OHIO in the enumeration of the 1830 and 40 censuses.

From Millie Covey Fry:
"In the 1850 Lawrence Twp., Washington Co., OH census (Series: M432 Roll: 738 Page: 487. RLD), there is a Moses (age 67), Elizabeth (age 66), and Betsey L. (age 10) Fuller living very close (second family away) to George and Sophia CASSADY. Wonder if Betsey is a grandchild. There isn't a Lot FULLER in the 1850 Washington Co., OH census index. When I can't find someone in this index, I often find them on their way to IA or KS. (If Betsey is Lot's daughter, and he is now married to Mary, why isn't Betsey with him in 1850? Perhaps Lot an Mary are looking to establish a home and then send for her, meanwhile, safe with G'pa? RLD)
Just checked my Marriages of Washington County and a Lot FULLER married Lydia N. HOFF on April 11, 1839. Two daughters of my Kingsbury Covey married HOFF men. There is still land in Lawrence Township owned by HOFF families that is across Fifteen Creek from KC's 1840 sawmill. Then Lot FULLER married Mary CASSADY on April 20, 1849. I bet that Betsey is Lydia's daughter. And Mary CASSADY and Lot FULLER headed west by 1850. My Sarah Prior and David SNODGRASS were heading to KS about that time. In the early 1860s, Sarah and David returned to Washington County and many years later their daughter Adaline SNODGRASS married William "Lot" CASSADY.
Several years ago, I found a handy notebook in the genealogy library. Seems like the government took a kind of census every few years - it had to do with determining the number of state legislators for an area. I have the one for Lawrence Township for 1847 and there is a Lot FULLER. It doesn't appear to be in any order and Lot is the 3rd name from Morton CASSADY and Lucas CASSADY. There is also a Moses FULLER on the list. There were 140 males over 21 years or older listed in this enumeration in Lawrence Township.
Sounds like your Mary and Lot theory has merit. Can you find Lot and Mary FULLER in 1850 - 1900 census records in the U.S.? And that gives credence to how my direct ancestor - William "Lot" CASSADY - got his name."
Millie Covey Fry writes:
"A Solomon Fuller (1756-1809) died in Fearning Township. His wife was Ziperath and children listed in the will were: Russel, Moses, Stephen, Samuel, Sallly Fuller Porter, Lucy Fuller Sears, Almira, Lucretia, and Betsey. Solomon Fuller was a Revolutionary War veteran.
Ohio Gazette and Virginia Herald, March 27, 1809, p. 3.
It might be interesting to look into Russel, Moses, Stephen, or Samuel to see if one is the father of Lot Fuller, our mysterious man who married Mary Cassady on April 20, 1849. Just checked the 1850 Lawrence Twp., Washington Co., OH census and found Moses Fuller, age 67, b. MA; Elizabeth, age 66, b. MA and Betsey L. Fuller, age 10, b. OH. Moses is the second family from George Cassady. As we said before, Betsey L. may be the son of Lot Fuller from a first marrage and staying with her grandparents while her Dad went elsewhere.
The Mound Cemetery has 32 Fullers buried there including a Samuel Hall Fuller, b. Nov. 1804 in Ashfield, MA, married Angelina Hoff onOct. 29, 1829, married Jane H. Right on July 8, 1849, and died on April 10, 1889. Angelina Hoff Fuller died on March 22, 1848, aged 38 years. And Jane H. Right Fuller died on Aug. 31, 1866, aged 49 years.
Interesting." Millie
"I brought a letter to a A. LaRue (Kemp) Mangelly from Ernie Thode wrote but it isn't dated. Mentions a Moses Fuller died in Iowa in 1853. I have found a number of ancestors in Iowa or Kansas during the 1850s. In an earlier message, I mentioned that perhaps Lot Fuller was the s/o Moses Fuller." Millie


Census information:
1860 U.S. Census, Ohio, Washington County, 1-Wd Marietta; Series: M653 Roll: 1048 Page: 137:
98 102 L. A. FULLER 39 M Cabinet maker 1200 500 OH;
Zariman E. " 35 F Millener OH;
Albert " 14 M OH;
Andrew " 12 M OH;
Charlotte DOROLING(?) 16 F Milener's Apr OH.
(This is probably not our Lot FULLER considering Albert b. 1845/6 and Andrew b. 1847/8, but then... Kids by first wife from 1839? Where is Betsey, married? What happened to Mary CASADY? Is Zariman a wife after Mary? No kids in the last 12 years, for a 35 year old? RLD)
This may be a son, but of whom?
1910 U.S. Census, Texas, Haskell County, Sagerton; Series: T624 Roll: 1562 Page: 99:
Pinkerton Road -- 145 146 FULLER Lot Head M W 24 M1 1 AR KY AR Farmer Gen f;
-- Eva Wife F W 20 M1 1 0 0 TX TX NC.
(Lots of folks from KY and OH migrated to AR. Most of mine from there wound up in and around St. Francis County, AR.)


General Notes: Wife - Mary CASADY

This daughter, possibly named Mary, is placed here as one of the two females under ten enumerated in the 1820 census in the household of Lucas CASADA of Washington County, Ohio.

SUPPOSITION: An unknown daughter was 0-10 in the 1820 census, 5-10 in the 1830 census, 15-20 in the 1840 census in the household of Lucas CASADA. Mary may be the name of this daughter. Early Washington County, Ohio marriage records list: "Mary (CASSADY) married Lot FULLER on April 20, 1849." If this is Lucas and Nancy's daughter, she was about 29 when married. "Lot" FULLER may have been the source for Lucas and Nancy's son, Morton CASSADY naming a son born about 1851, William Lot CASSADY. Mary's age, 29, is a bit old for a first marriage. Was Lot FULLER her second husband? Or might she just have had her hands full helping her brother, George Perry, with his three children born 1840-43 before and after the loss of his wife in 1845.

From Millie Covey Fry:
"In the 1850 Lawrence Twp., Washington Co., OH census, there is a Moses (age 67), Elizabeth (age 66), and Betsey L. (age 10) Fuller living very close (second family away) to George and Sophia CASSADY. Wonder if Betsey is a grandchild. There isn't a Lot FULLER in the 1850 Washington Co., OH census index. When I can't find someone in this index, I often find them on their way to IA or KS.
Just checked my Marriages of Washington County and a Lot FULLER married Lydia N. HOFF on April 11, 1839. Two daughters of my Kingsbury Covey married HOFF men. There is still land in Lawrence Township owned by HOFF families that is across Fifteen Creek from KC's 1840 sawmill. Then Lot FULLER married Mary CASSADY on April 20, 1849. I bet that Betsey is Lydia's daughter. And Mary CASSADY and Lot FULLER headed west by 1850. My Sarah PRIOR and David SNODGRASS were heading to KS about that time. In the early 1860s, Sarah and David returned to Washington County and many years later their daughter Adaline SNODGRASS married William "Lot" CASSADY.
Several years ago, I found a handy notebook in the genealogy library. Seems like the government took a kind of census every few years - it had to do with determining the number of state legislators for an area. I have the one for Lawrence Township for 1847 and there is a Lot FULLER. It doesn't appear to be in any order and Lot is the 3rd name from Morton CASSADY and Lucas CASSADY. There is also a Moses FULLER on the list. There were 140 males over 21 years or older listed in this enumeration in Lawrence Township.
Sounds like your Mary and Lot theory has merit. Can you find Lot and Mary FULLER in 1850 - 1900 census records in the U.S.? And that gives credence to how my direct ancestor - William Lot CASSADY - got his name." (Have not found the Lot FULLER family in any census. RLD)
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Herman WILLINK and Mary Angeline CASADY




Husband Herman WILLINK 3594

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1 June 1900 3594
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Cir 1898



Wife Mary Angeline CASADY 3589,3594,3595

         Born: 3 May 1873 - Washington County, Ohio 3594
   Christened: 
         Died: 1 March 1970 - Pomona, California
       Buried:  - Pomona Cemetery


       Father: William Jackson CASADY (1829-1906) 267
       Mother: Margaret Ann CLARK (1833-1879) 267,831



 Other Spouse: Nelson McCAULEY 3595 - 12 December 1900 - Devil's Lake, Ramsey County, North Dakota

 Other Spouse: Thomas Rees JONES - 2 October 1946


Children

General Notes: Husband - Herman WILLINK

Herman WILLINK is named by Jillian Leah Ludden, sjludden@msn.com, as the first husband of Mary Angeline CASADY. He is said to have died within a few years of the marriage. Mary C. WILLINK is a 27 year old widow, head of household, without children, in the 1900 census of Ramsey County, North Dakota, indicating that Herman died before June 1900.


General Notes: Wife - Mary Angeline CASADY

Mary Angeline CASADY, daughter of William Jackson CASADY and Margaret Ann CLARK, was born May 03, 1873 in Marietta, Washington, Ohio. She married first Herman WILLINK, said to have died in Ramsey County, North Dakota before June 1900 and a year or two after their marriage. Mary C. WILLINK is a widow in Ramsey County, North Dakota in the 1900 census.
1900 U.S. Census, North Dakota, Ramsey County, Freshwater Twp; Series: T623 Roll: 1231 Page: 58: 56 57 WILLINK Mary C. Head W F May 1873 27 Wd OH OH OH Farmer; CURTIS, Fred Servant W M Dec 1865 34 S Denmark Denmark Denmark 1882 18 Alien Farm laborer; WEST Susie Companion W F Feb 1889 11 S ND Canada Canada Student. (Note: Susie WEST is Susan, daughter of Edward Walford WEST and Elizabeth McCAULEY, daughter of Neil McCAULEY and Catherine NEWHOUSE, and sister of Nelson McCAULEY whom Mary Angeline would marry in December 1900.)

Mary married second to Nelson McCAULEY on December 12, 1900 in Devils Lake, Ramsey County, North Dakota. Nelson was a son of Neil McCAULEY and Catherine NEWHOUSE. They had eight children: Lyle Nelson, Lawrence Austin, Gladys Evelyn, Kenneth Neil, Keith Harold, Gordon Marion, Wayne Norman, Marian Cathleen.

Nelson died July 03, 1945 in San Bernadino, California.

Mary Angeline later married for a third time, to Thomas Rees Jones .

Mary Angeline Casady Willink McCauley Jones died March 01, 1970 in Pomona, Los Angeles, California.

Why was Mary Angeline CASADY in North Dakota?
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Nelson McCAULEY and Mary Angeline CASADY




Husband Nelson McCAULEY 3595

         Born: 6 August 1866 - Guelph, Wellington, Ontario, Canada
   Christened: 
         Died: 3 July 1945 - San Bernardino County, California
       Buried:  - Mt. View Cemetery


       Father: Neil McCAULEY (      -      )
       Mother: Catherine NEWHOUSE (      -      )


     Marriage: 12 December 1900 - Devil's Lake, Ramsey County, North Dakota



Wife Mary Angeline CASADY 3589,3594,3595

         Born: 3 May 1873 - Washington County, Ohio 3594
   Christened: 
         Died: 1 March 1970 - Pomona, California
       Buried:  - Pomona Cemetery


       Father: William Jackson CASADY (1829-1906) 267
       Mother: Margaret Ann CLARK (1833-1879) 267,831



 Other Spouse: Herman WILLINK 3594 - Cir 1898

 Other Spouse: Thomas Rees JONES - 2 October 1946


Children
1 M Lyle Nelson McCAULEY 3595

         Born: 15 August 1901 - Devil's Lake, Ramsey County, North Dakota
   Christened: 
         Died: 16 August 1985 - Bountiful, Davis County, Utah
       Buried:  - Hooper, Utah
       Spouse: Grace RIGBY


2 M Lawrence Austin McCAULEY 3595

         Born: 6 February 1903 - Devil's Lake, Ramsey County, North Dakota
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 February 1993 - San Bernardino County, California
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Wilhelmina DEXTER


3 F Gladys Evelyn McCAULEY 3595

         Born: 28 August 1904 - Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota
   Christened: 
         Died: 5 June 2000 - Pomona, Los Angeles County, California
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Merton A. DONLAVY (living)


4 M Kenneth Neil McCAULEY 3595

         Born: 16 June 1908 - Aberdeen, Bingham County, Idaho
   Christened: 
         Died: 19 July 1924 - Aberdeen, Bingham County, Idaho
       Buried: 



5 M Keith Harold McCAULEY 3595

         Born: 12 May 1910 - Idaho
   Christened: 
         Died: 6 December 1993 - Yuma, Arizona
       Buried:  - People's Valley Cemetery
       Spouse: Frieda Eleanor ROBERTS (living)
       Spouse: Fern Elinor WYANT (living)


6 M Gordon Marion McCAULEY 3595

         Born: 22 April 1913 - Aberdeen, Bingham County, Idaho
   Christened: 
         Died: 6 August 1984 - Pomona, California
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Helen Elizabeth JOYCE (living)


7 M Wayne Norman McCAULEY 3595

         Born: 5 July 1915 - Aberdeen, Bingham County, Idaho
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 July 1930
       Buried: 



8 F Marian Cathleen McCAULEY 3595

         Born: 23 April 1919 - Aberdeen, Bingham County, Idaho
   Christened: 
         Died: 4 February 1985 - New Orleans, Louisiana
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Lawrence ULLRICH (living)
       Spouse: Emil HUDEC



General Notes: Husband - Nelson McCAULEY

"Nils McKAULY Labor W M May 1867 33 S Canada Scotland Canada 1883 17 ?? Farm Labor" is named in the household of William WILLINK, 46, in the 1900 census of Ramsey County, North Dakota. Nils appears to be the Nelson MCCAULEY who married Mary Angeline CASADY, widow of "Herman or Willison" WILLINK" in Dec 1900 How was "Herman or Willison" related to this William WILLINK? (Series: T623 Roll: 1231 Page: 50) On page 60 is John WILLINK, 34, NY Holland Holland, (no immigration data) as was William, possibly a brother?

1920 U.S. Census, California, Los Angeles County, Pomona, San Jose Twp; Series: T625 Roll: 118 Page: 192: 82 82 McCAULEY Nelson Head M W 53 M 1883 Na 1888 Canada Scotland Canada Farming Fruit farm; -- Mary C. Wife F W 45 M OH OH OH; -- Lyle Son M W 18 S ND Canada OH' -- Lawrence Son M W 16 S ND Canada OH; -- Gladys Dau F W 15 S MN Canada OH; -- Kenneth Son M W 11 S ID Canada OH; -- Keith Son M W 9 S ID Canada OH; -- Gordon Son M W 6 S ID Canada OH; -- Wayne Son M W 4 S ID Canada OH; -- Marion Dau F W 8/12 S ID Canada OH. [Indexed as "McCauley Wilson" at Heritage Quest.]

Posted: 29 Aug 2004 7:53PM Classification: Query
http://boards.ancestry.com/localities.northam.usa.states.northdakota.counties.ramsey/68/mb.ashx
Looking for descendants of Neil McCauley and Catherine "Kate" Newhouse (Maisonneuve). Neil McCauley was born Jul. 26, 1824/26 on Islay, Scotland. He and his parents and siblings immigrated to Canada in 1832. Neil met his wife Catherine in Peel County, Ontario. Catherine was the daughter of Anthony Newhouse (Antoine Maisonneuve) and Susannah "Susan" Young.. After living in Wellington County and Amabel Township, Bruce County, Neil and Catherine relocated to Ramsey County, North Dakota, where they were some of that area's earliest pioneers. Their children were:
1. Mary Jane b. 1849, who married John Smith and spent the rest of her life in Amabel Twp, Bruce County, Ontario
2. William Angus McCauley b. 1859 who probably died abt 1894 in the USA
3. John born in 1856 who married Griselda Mabel Broad and died Sep. 12, 1925 in Devil's Lake, Ramsey County, ND
4. Susan who was born abt 1863 and probably died in 1871-1881 Amabel Twp, Bruce County, Ontario
5. Duncan born 1860 and died Dec. 23, 1929 in Pomona, LA, California
6. Elizabeth b. 1865 died May 7, 1926, Devils :Lake, North Dakota
7. Nelson b. 1866 died Jul. 3, 1945 San Bernadino, San Bernadino, California.
Any information on this family would be appreciated." (Jan, SivaPD@aol.com)


General Notes: Wife - Mary Angeline CASADY

Mary Angeline CASADY, daughter of William Jackson CASADY and Margaret Ann CLARK, was born May 03, 1873 in Marietta, Washington, Ohio. She married first Herman WILLINK, said to have died in Ramsey County, North Dakota before June 1900 and a year or two after their marriage. Mary C. WILLINK is a widow in Ramsey County, North Dakota in the 1900 census.
1900 U.S. Census, North Dakota, Ramsey County, Freshwater Twp; Series: T623 Roll: 1231 Page: 58: 56 57 WILLINK Mary C. Head W F May 1873 27 Wd OH OH OH Farmer; CURTIS, Fred Servant W M Dec 1865 34 S Denmark Denmark Denmark 1882 18 Alien Farm laborer; WEST Susie Companion W F Feb 1889 11 S ND Canada Canada Student. (Note: Susie WEST is Susan, daughter of Edward Walford WEST and Elizabeth McCAULEY, daughter of Neil McCAULEY and Catherine NEWHOUSE, and sister of Nelson McCAULEY whom Mary Angeline would marry in December 1900.)

Mary married second to Nelson McCAULEY on December 12, 1900 in Devils Lake, Ramsey County, North Dakota. Nelson was a son of Neil McCAULEY and Catherine NEWHOUSE. They had eight children: Lyle Nelson, Lawrence Austin, Gladys Evelyn, Kenneth Neil, Keith Harold, Gordon Marion, Wayne Norman, Marian Cathleen.

Nelson died July 03, 1945 in San Bernadino, California.

Mary Angeline later married for a third time, to Thomas Rees Jones .

Mary Angeline Casady Willink McCauley Jones died March 01, 1970 in Pomona, Los Angeles, California.

Why was Mary Angeline CASADY in North Dakota?
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Thomas Rees JONES and Mary Angeline CASADY




Husband Thomas Rees JONES

         Born: Cir 1870
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 2 October 1946



Wife Mary Angeline CASADY 3589,3594,3595

         Born: 3 May 1873 - Washington County, Ohio 3594
   Christened: 
         Died: 1 March 1970 - Pomona, California
       Buried:  - Pomona Cemetery


       Father: William Jackson CASADY (1829-1906) 267
       Mother: Margaret Ann CLARK (1833-1879) 267,831



 Other Spouse: Herman WILLINK 3594 - Cir 1898

 Other Spouse: Nelson McCAULEY 3595 - 12 December 1900 - Devil's Lake, Ramsey County, North Dakota


Children

General Notes: Wife - Mary Angeline CASADY

Mary Angeline CASADY, daughter of William Jackson CASADY and Margaret Ann CLARK, was born May 03, 1873 in Marietta, Washington, Ohio. She married first Herman WILLINK, said to have died in Ramsey County, North Dakota before June 1900 and a year or two after their marriage. Mary C. WILLINK is a widow in Ramsey County, North Dakota in the 1900 census.
1900 U.S. Census, North Dakota, Ramsey County, Freshwater Twp; Series: T623 Roll: 1231 Page: 58: 56 57 WILLINK Mary C. Head W F May 1873 27 Wd OH OH OH Farmer; CURTIS, Fred Servant W M Dec 1865 34 S Denmark Denmark Denmark 1882 18 Alien Farm laborer; WEST Susie Companion W F Feb 1889 11 S ND Canada Canada Student. (Note: Susie WEST is Susan, daughter of Edward Walford WEST and Elizabeth McCAULEY, daughter of Neil McCAULEY and Catherine NEWHOUSE, and sister of Nelson McCAULEY whom Mary Angeline would marry in December 1900.)

Mary married second to Nelson McCAULEY on December 12, 1900 in Devils Lake, Ramsey County, North Dakota. Nelson was a son of Neil McCAULEY and Catherine NEWHOUSE. They had eight children: Lyle Nelson, Lawrence Austin, Gladys Evelyn, Kenneth Neil, Keith Harold, Gordon Marion, Wayne Norman, Marian Cathleen.

Nelson died July 03, 1945 in San Bernadino, California.

Mary Angeline later married for a third time, to Thomas Rees Jones .

Mary Angeline Casady Willink McCauley Jones died March 01, 1970 in Pomona, Los Angeles, California.

Why was Mary Angeline CASADY in North Dakota?
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Michael James CASADY and Susan Marie SWANSTROM




Husband Michael James CASADY (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Cpl. Calvin Eddie CASADY, USMC, WWII (1925-2007)
       Mother: Lena Faye PERRY


     Marriage: 



Wife Susan Marie SWANSTROM (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Jason CASADY (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 M Shawn Michael CASADY (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




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Morton CASADY and Margaret CLINE




Husband Morton CASADY

          AKA: Norton CASSADY 1229
         Born: Abt 1813 - Canada 1229
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 May 1858 - Washington County, Ohio
       Buried: 


       Father: Lucas CASADY (Between 1780/1790-Bef 1850)
       Mother: Nancy --?-- (cal 1787-1857)


     Marriage: 19 March 1843 - Washington County, Ohio



Wife Margaret CLINE 1229

         Born: Abt 1824 - Ohio 1229
   Christened: 
         Died: 20 October 1894 - Washington County, Ohio
       Buried: 

 Other Spouse: UNKNOWN

 Other Spouse: William McELFRESH - 3 November 1870 - Washington County, Ohio (Divorced about 1875)


Children
1 F Sarah Jane CASSADY 1229

         Born: 18 January 1844 - Washington County, Ohio 1229
   Christened: 
         Died: 6 June 1917 - Pleasants County, West Virginia
       Buried:  - Old St. Marys Cemetery, Pleasants County, West Virginia
       Spouse: David SNODGRASS
         Marr: 22 March 1862 - Washington County, Ohio


2 F Rebecca CASSADY 1229,3596

         Born: Abt 1846 - Washington County, Ohio 1229
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 May 1882 - Ritchie County, West Virginia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Martin DAYHUFF 3596
         Marr: 20 November 1873 - Washington County, Ohio


3 M John Lucas CASSADY 267

         Born: 8 October 1848 - Washington County, Ohio 1229
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 February 1939 - Ritchie County, West Virginia
       Buried:  - Mt. Carmel Cemetery
       Spouse: Virginia HAMMOND 1452
         Marr: Abt 1875


4 M William Lot CASSADY 267

         Born: August 1851 - Washington County, Ohio 267
   Christened: 
         Died: 19 August 1927
       Buried:  - Moss Run Cemetery, Washington County, Ohio
       Spouse: Adaline SNODGRASS 3597
         Marr: Bef 1875


5 F Mary Easter CASSADY 267

         Born: 1853 - Washington County, Ohio 267
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Henry McELFRESH
       Spouse: James COVEY


6 M Joseph Asbury CASSADY 267

         Born: 1856 - Washington County, Ohio 267
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Morton CASADY

"Nancy and Lucas Cassady were the parents of Morton, George Perry, William Jackson, and Deadmia Cassady. And the History of Washington County only lists these children." (Millie Covey Fry)

Morton CASSADY has land records as follows:
CASADAY | MORTON | 15 | 3 N | 7 W | OHIO RIVER SURVEY | MARIETTA | 3139 | 1837/08/21
CASSADAY | MORTON | 15 | 3 N | 7 W | OHIO RIVER SURVEY | MARIETTA | 4636 | 1839/09/20
CASADAY | MORTON | 15 | 3 N | 7 W | OHIO RIVER SURVEY | MARIETTA | 5904 | 1843/03/10

1850 U.S. Census, Ohio, Washington County, Lawrence Twp; Series: M432 Roll: 738 Page: 485: 46 46 Norton CASSADY 37 M Farmer 1200 Canada; Margaret " 26 F OH; Sarah J. " 6 F OH; Rebecca " 4 F OH; John " 2 M OH. ("Norton" is known to be Morton CASADY, or the M simply looks like an "N". )
Next door:
45 45 Nancy CASSADY 61 F Canada; William CASSADY 20 M Farmer OH. (Morton's widowed mother and youngest brother.)
Nearby, another brother:
78 78 George CASSADY 35 M Farmer 1200 PA; Sophia " 26 F OH; Amase(?) " 10 M OH; Adaline " 9 F OH;
" 7 F OH; Hannah " 2 F OH.
Also close, a suspected brother and a known daughter of Lucas and Nancy CASSADY.
96 96 Tiffany CASSADY 26 M Farmer 450 OH; Didamia " 34 F OH.

"Morton Cassady "died of quick consumption" on May 12, 1858 in his 45th year." (Millie Covey Fry)

Morton's will is dated May 6, 1858. Admitted to Probate July 8, 1858. Settlement Oct. 25, 1861. (Millie Covey Fry)

In 1860, Margaret CASSADY, 37, is a head of household in Washington County, Ohio with seven children ranging in age from three months to 16 years of age.

"In about 1970 my Dad showed me the home where Morton Cassady, my direct descendent, lived on the Little Muskingum River about 1-2 miles from the Moss Run Congregational Church on SR 26." (Millie Covey Fry)


General Notes: Wife - Margaret CLINE

"Margaret CLINE married Morton CASSADY on March 19, 1843 in Washington Co., OH. Both gave their residence as Washington County and they settled outside of Marietta at Moss Run. This small community is located on SR 26 - the road to Woodsfield. After many years of searching, I still can't locate the names of her parents. Does anyone know if she is connected to the CLINEs of Monroe County? Millie" (Mildred Fry 24 Jul 2004, milliecovey@charter.net)

"Morton Cassady died in 1858 and in the 1860 census, Margaret Cline Cassady has six children aged 3 months - 16 years living with her." (Millie Covey Fry) Who then, are the parents of Nelson CASSADY?

"I have now seen two death records FOR children of Morton and Margaret CASSADY that give her maiden name as Margaret CLINE - William Lot Cassady and John Lucas CASSADY . Of course, the info on those two death records was provided by a person's spouse or a grandchild of Margaret CASSADY . That is two out of six children. I sent for a copy of Rebecca Cassady DAYHUFF's death record a few minutes ago so we will see if it lists a mother." (Millie Covey Fry, 3/22/2007)

SPECULATION: Nelson CASSADY was raised in the home of the widow, Margaret CASSADY. She may have taken him in if his parents or mother had perished soon after his birth, or he may have been Margaret's son by an as yet unknown father. There is always the possibility he may have been the son of one of Margaret's daughters. Although it may be wrong, to keep Nelson "in the family" he is carried by this compiler as a son of Margaret CASSADY and Unknown.

1860 U.S. Census, Ohio, Washington County, Lawrence Twp., Lower Lawrence P. O.; Series: M653 Roll: 1048 Page: 17: 236 234 Margret CASSADY 37 F 2580 349 OH Cannot read or write; Sarah J. " 16 F OH; Rebecky " 14 F OH; John L. " 12 M OH; William L. " 9 M OH; Mary E. " 7 F OH; Joseph A. " 4 M OH; Nelson " 3/12 M OH.
Next door is 235 133 William J. CASSADY, 30, and family, the youngest brother of Margaret's deceased husband, Morton CASSADY.
Nearby:
231 229 William B. REYNOLDS, 46, and family.
226 224 George P. CASSADY, 45, and family (wife "Sovia, 35")
225 223 Samiel CLINES, 37, and family.
221 219 Jacob CLINE, 29, and wife? Elizabeth, 20.
220 218 Nicklose CLINE, 59, and family.
242 241 John COVEY, 51, Margaret, 48, and family. ("COVEY" more legible on top of next page. RLD)
243 242 Jonathan COVEY, 20, Martha, 18 and dau.
Note: Four MARTIN families within five households, re: Edward/Elwood MORTON/MARTIN , 20, in the 1880 census. RLD)
Additional CLINE reference information: "Cline, Sarah 19 Mar 1819 24 Feb 1903 w/o Elijah Cray"
(Pine Ridge Cemetery, http://www.rootsweb.com/~ohwashin/pineridge.html)

1870 U.S. Census, Ohio, Washington County, Lawrence Twp; Series: M593 Roll: 1278 Page: 199: 214 216 CASADY Margaret 45 F W Keeping House 3000 350 OH; -- John 21 W M Works on farm OH; -- Mary 16 F W Helps mother OH; -- Joseph 14 M W Works on farm OH; -- Nelson 10 M W Attending school OH.

Early Washington County, Ohio marriage records list: Margaret CASSADY married William McELFRESH on Nov 3, 1870. "It appears to me that Margaret Cassady, the widow of Morton Cassady, married William McElfresh on November 3, 1870. If you look at the 1870 Lawrence Township, Washington Co., OH census, Margaret Casady (age 45) is living next to Samuel S. McGee. I have a copy of the November 3rd marriage record in front of me and the marriage was performed by S. S. McGee, Justice of Peace. A notice appeared in the September 9, 1875 Marietta Times stating that Margaret McElfresh filed a petition in the Office of the Clerk of Court of Common Pleas charging William McElfresh with adultery with one Mary Bruce and asked that she may be divorced and her former name of Cassady be restored. I also have the divorce papers." (Millie Covey Fry)

A widow, Margaret CASSADY, correct age to be the widow of Morton, is listed in the 1880 census. The 1880 census of Washington County, Ohio is difficult to read. Margaret has no family living with her.
1880 U.S. Census, Ohio, Washington County, Lawrence; Series: T9 Roll: 1075 Page: 179:
Line 34 CASSADY Margaret W F 56 Wd House keeping OH OH OH;
MORTON/MARTIN? Edward/Elwood? W M 20 Laborer PA ?? ??.
(Note: The 1880 census transcription at Familysearch.org shows "Martin ELWOOD Other Male W 20 PA Laborer PA." However, this census page is recorded in the "Surname, Given name" format which provides "Elwood" as the given name. RLD)

Margaret Cline CASSADY died October 20, 1894 in Washington Co., OH. (Millie Covey FRY)
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Nathaniel H. SHAW, G.A.R. and Nancy E. CASADY




Husband Nathaniel H. SHAW, G.A.R.

         Born: 18 December 1818 - Marietta, Ohio
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 August 1886
       Buried:  - Mound Cemetery
     Marriage: 4 November 1841 - Washington County, Ohio

 Other Spouse: Charlotte WILLIAMS - 9 April 1857 - Washington County, Ohio



Wife Nancy E. CASADY

         Born: Abt June 1822 - Washington County, Ohio
   Christened: 
         Died: 10 January 1855 - Washington County, Ohio
       Buried:  - Mound Cemetery


       Father: Lucas CASADY (Between 1780/1790-Bef 1850)
       Mother: Nancy --?-- (cal 1787-1857)




Children
1 F Eunice Louisa SHAW

         Born: Abt 1842 - Washington County, Ohio
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 F Harriet SHAW

         Born: September 1844 - Washington County, Ohio
   Christened: 
         Died: 17 October 1844 - Washington County, Ohio
       Buried:  - Mound Cemetery



3 F Mary A. SHAW

         Born: Abt 1846 - Washington County, Ohio
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



4 M Royal A. SHAW

         Born: Abt 1847 - Washington County, Ohio
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



5 M Joseph C. SHAW

         Born: Abt May 1850 - Washington County, Ohio
   Christened: 
         Died: 7 April 1869
       Buried:  - Mound Cemetery




General Notes: Husband - Nathaniel H. SHAW, G.A.R.

Nathaniel H. Shaw married Nancy E. CASADY. Washington County Marriages 1789-1918 by Wes Cochran records: "N. H. SHAW and Nancy CASSADY, both residents of Washington County, November 4, 1841."

"In 1850 Nancy E. (age 27) and Nathaniel H. (age 29) SHAW are living in the Second Ward of Marietta, OH with the following children: Eunice L. (age 7), Mary A. (age 3), Royal A. (age 2) and Joseph C. (age 4/12). All were born in Ohio. Nathaniel is a painter. Living next to them is a Royal (age 56, born in MD) and Lincoln C. (age 60, born in MA) SHAW. With Royal and Lincoln is a John (age 23, broom maker) SHAW.
Last week I also located the following from an January 26, 1855 Marietta Republican obit: 'January 10, 1855 Nancy E. (Cassaday) SHAW, age 32 years, 6 months. She was the daughter of Lucas and Ann CASSADY.' This is the first time that I have seen where Lucas had a daughter named Nancy E. CASSADY." (Millie Covey Fry)

Nathaniel was left with four children aged five to thirteen. A little over two years later, on April 9, 1857, N. H. SHAW remarried to Charlotte W. WILLIAMS.

In 1860, Charlotte (age 36, born in VA), Nathaniel (age 40, born in OH), Louisa (age 18, born in OH, a teacher), Mary (age 14, born in OH), Ann (age 12, born in OH), Joseph (age 10, born in OH) and Frank (age ?) SHAW were living in the Third Ward of Marietta, OH.

Nathaniel H. SHAW is buried in Mound Cemetery. Therein with him are his first wife, Nancy E. CASADY, and two of their children, Harriet and Joseph.

Mound Cemetery
Nancy E. (Cassady) Shaw
Died: age 33 y
no date given but it had to be after 1850 and before 1857

Harriet Shaw, d/o Nancy E. (Cassady) and Nathaniel H. Shaw
Died Oct. 17, 1844, aged 1 month according to cemetery records or 3 weeks according to E.H.1857

Joseph Shaw, s/o Nancy E. (Cassady) and Nathaniel H. Shaw
Died April 7, 1869, aged 19 y 1 m

Nathaniel H. Shaw
Born Dec. 18, 1818, Marietta, OH, son of Lincon C. and Royal (Protzman) Shaw
Died Aug 15, 1886
Civil War, Co. B, 39th Ohio Infantry
m. Nancy E. Cassady on Nov. 4, 1841
m. Charlotte Williams on April 9, 1857
(Millie Covey Fry)


General Notes: Wife - Nancy E. CASADY

Nancy E. CASADY, daughter of Lucas and Nancy CASADY wasborn between 10 June and 9 July 1822, computed from her age at death "32 years, 6 months."

Washington County Marriages 1789-1918 by Wes Cochran records: "N. H. SHAW and Nancy CASSADY, both residents of Washington County, November 4, 1841."

"In 1850 Nancy E. (age 27) and Nathaniel H. (age 29) SHAW are living in the Second Ward of Marietta, OH with the following children: Eunice L. (age 7), Mary A. (age 3), Royal A. (age 2) and Joseph C. (age 4/12). All were born in Ohio. Nathaniel is a painter. Living next to them is a Royal (age 56, born in MD) and Lincoln C. (age 60, born in MA) SHAW. With Royal and Lincoln is a John (age 23, broom maker) SHAW.
Last week I also located the following from an January 26, 1855 Marietta Republican obit: 'January 10, 1855 Nancy E. (Cassaday) SHAW, age 32 years, 6 months. She was the daughter of Lucas and Ann CASSADY.' This is the first time that I have seen where Lucas had a daughter named Nancy E. CASSADY." (Millie Covey Fry)

The Mound Cemetery index lists "Nancy E. (Cassady) Shaw Died: age 33 y." From her obituary, her dates of birth and death are known.

Nathaniel was left with four children aged five to thirrteen. A little over two years later, on April 9, 1857, N. H. SHAW remarried to Charlotte W. WILLIAMS.


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James Morris ORTEN and Nelma Lavone CASADY




Husband James Morris ORTEN

         Born: 21 July 1923 - Caldwell County, Kentucky
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 January 2007 - Arvada, Colorado
       Buried: 
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Wife Nelma Lavone CASADY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Eddie George CASADY (1899-1953)
       Mother: Videth Jewel LYDAY (1900-1995)




Children
1 F Janice Lavonne ORTEN (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Jerry Dean GRUBER (living)
       Spouse: Dennis Dean BETTCHER (living)


2 F Bonnie Joyce ORTEN (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Kenneth J. MORGAN (living)
       Spouse: Dick Charles SCHNEIDER (living)


3 F Sandra June ORTEN (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: James W. MAGNER (living)
       Spouse: Ronald Gene HOFFMAN 1690


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