Texas Family Group Sheet for the Richard F. CASEY Family

Husband: Richard F CASEY
Birthdate: 1832 (1)
Birthplace: So. Car. (1)
Death date: 19 April 1863 (2)
Place of death: Camp Douglas, Ill (2)
Burial: Oakwood Cem., Confederate Mound, Chicago, Ill (2)
Father: CASEY, Washington W. (1)
Mother: Frances N. Fryer (3,4)

Marriage date: ABT 1859
Marriage place: unknown

Wife: Mildred Ann* ROSS
Birthdate: BTW 1838-1841 (5)
Birthplace: Ill (6)
Death date: 11 December 1871 (5)
Place of death:
Burial: Post Oak Cem., Coryell Co., TX
Father: ROSS, Reuben (11)
Mother: YENOWINE, Elizabeth (12)


Child No. 1: CASEY, Elizabeth F. (6)
Sex: F
Birthdate: 05 June 1860 (7)
Birthplace: Coryell Co., TX
Death date: 24 June 1906 (7)
Place of death:
Burial: Post Oak Cem., Coryell Co., TX
Marriage date: ABT 1875 (8)
Marriage place:
Spouse's name: JACKSON, William B.

Child No. 2: CASEY, Richard Monroe
Sex: M
Birthdate: 19 June 1863
Birthplace: Coryell Co., TX.
Death date: 16 March 1930 (9)
Place of death: Coryell Co., TX.
Burial: Post Oak Cem., Coryell Co., TX.
Marriage date: 18 Oct. 1885 (10)
Marriage place: Coryell Co., TX.
Spouse's name: HALBROOK, Elizabeth F.
(1) 1850 census No. Div. Marshall Co., MS.
(2) Official Confederate service record, NARA; died of "phthisis" or tuberculosis following capture at Arkansas Post; was with Co. H, 10th Texas Inf., a unit made up of primarily Coryell Co. men.
(3) So. Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research, Vol. XVI, p. 75.
(4) Tombstone, Liberty Cem., Benton Co., MS. Rootsweb.com/~msbenton/cemc.htm *Various sources list middle initials of 'M' and 'E'. 'Ann' is accepted in family lore as her correct middle name.
(5) 1860 census Station Creek, Coryell Co., TX lists age as 19; Tombstone at Post Oak Cem, Coryell Co., TX lists year of death as 1871 and age at death 33 yr. MA Ross Casey remarried in 1866 to Henry Mitchel.
(6) 1860 census Station Creek, Coryell Co., TX.
(7) Tombstone.
(8) 1900 census Precinct 5, Coryell Co., TX.: "Number of years of present marriage-25".
(9) Death certificate.
(10) Marriage License on file with Coryell Co. Clerk.
(11) A Memorial and Biographical History of McLennan, Bell, Falls, and Coryell Counties, TX.
(12) Jefferson County Virginia-Kentucky Early Marriages Book 11, p. 63, #81. Richard F. Casey is known to have been at Station Creek in 1855 through correspondence. At that time Sation Creek was in Bell Co.

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