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Subject: [CASEY-L] Abner Casey
Date: Sat, 10 Apr 1999 09:18:43 -0500


THIS IS GENERATION # 6 ALONG WITH SOME ENDNOTES FOR THE INFO I SENT
YESTERDAY ON ABLER CASEY
Andantes

1. 1624 Census- breakdown of inhabitation.
2. Walter Eric Casey, Compilation of research on the Abler Brooks Casey
family, Houston, TAX 1979, pg. 15.
3. Walter Eric Casey, Compilation of research on the Abler Brooks Casey
family, Houston, TAX 1979, pg.15.
4. Walter Eric Casey, Compilation of research on the Abler Brooks Casey
family, Houston, TAX 1979, pg. 15.
5. Walter Eric Casey, Compilation of research on the Abner Brooks Casey
family, Houston, TAX 1979, pg 15.
6. Walter Eric Casey, Compilation of research on the Abner Brooks Casey
family, Houston, TAX 1979, pg. 15.
7. Walter Eric Casey, Compilation of research on the Abner Brooks Casey
family, Houston, TAX 1979.
8. Walter Eric Casey, Compilation of research on the Abner Brooks Casey
family, Houston, TAX 1979, pg., 13.
9. Walter Eric Casey, Compilation of research on the Abner Brooks Casey
family, Houston, TAX 1979, pg. 15.
10. Barbara Forehead, Gedcom.
11. Walter Eric Casey, Compilation of research on the Abner Brooks
Casey family, Houston, TAX 1979, pg. 13.
12. Walter Eric Casey, Compilation of research on the Abner Brooks
Casey family, Houston, TAX 1979, pg 13.
13. Walter Eric Casey, Compilation of research on the Abner Brooks
Casey family, Houston, TAX 1979, pg. 15.
14. Personal Research.
15. Marguerite G. Reduce, History of people and area of Camden County,
Georgia, WHO Wolf Associates 14501 Freemanville RoadAlpharetta, Georgia
30201, pg 265.
16. Susan Gay Peterson, Personal Research, On Web page Susan traces the
Green family briefly. She is the daughter of Annie Ostend Spaulding.
Annie is Everest's sister. Shahs documentation for this listing.
17. Susan Gay Peterson, Personal Research, Information from Susan
Peterson's Web Page..
18. Susan Gay Peterson, Personal Research, This information was
gathered from Web page of Susan Gay Peterson..
19. Susan Gay Peterson, Personal Research, Susan Peterson's web page..
20. Susan Gay Peterson, Personal Research, Information from Susan
Peterson's Web page.
21. Barbara Forehead, Gedcom, Prince Gedcom.
22. Barbara Forehead, Gedcom, Barbara Forehead's Prince Geode.
23. Susan Gay Peterson, Personal Research, Susan Peterson's Web Page.

Generation No. 6

9. JESSE CASEY (ABNER BROOKS, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS, UNK2, NATHANIEL
CASEY) was born Bat. 1726 in VAC.

Notes for JESSE CASEY:
"Casey and Allied Families"
Walter E. Casey
US/CAN
929273
C268c
Project and Roll
XL1B7p102 #778
GAS. Call # 1035761

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THIRD CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES, 1810
C000 CASEY Jesse 198 No Two Listed

More About JESSE CASEY:
Census: 1810, South Carolina

Children of JESSE CASEY are:
i. MOSSES CASEY.

Notes for MOSES CASEY:
Tim Casey

It also states however the Estate Papers of Aaron Casey show that he
had
a brother named Moses Casey. (Tim Casey)

ii. JESSE CASEY.

Notes for JESSE CASEY:
Tim Casey

Census: File: 1810SPAR.TXT
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THIRD CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES, 1810 for Spartan burg, Edge field
Disc., South Carolina
C000 CASEY Jesse 198 No Twp Listed

More About JESSE CASEY:
Census: 1810, Spartan burg District, South Carolina

19. iii. AARON CASEY, b. 1748; d. 1811.
20. iv. ABNER CASEY, b. Bat. 1765.
v. JOHN CASEY, b. 1767, VAC; d. Bat. 1837, David son Co., TNT.

Notes for JOHN CASEY:
Year of birth approximated by age given in Military Pension Records.
Date of death approximated given length of time pension given. He
received 3 years of pension. Assume pension ended at death.

JOHN CASEY
DAVID SON COUNTY
PRIVATE
VIRGINIA LINE
$20.00 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE
$60.00 AMOUNT RECEIVED
MARCH 8, 1834 PENSION STARTED
AGE 71

TNT Pension Roll of 1835

COPIED AND INDEXED BY:
WILLIAM R. NAVVY
P. O. BOX 251
HOLLY RIDGE, NCH 28445

**********************************

TENNESSEE

PENSION ROLL

OF 1835

**********************************

REPORT FROM

THE SECRETARY OF WAR

IN RELATION TO THE PENSION ESTABLISHMENT

OF THE UNITED STATES

1835

More About JOHN CASEY:
PEN: March 08, 1834, David son Co., TNT

10. JOHN CASEY (ABNER BROOKS, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS, UNK2, NATHANIEL
CASEY) was born Bat. 1727 in VAC, and died August 14, 1814 in Spartan
burg District, South Carolina. He married USABLE ALLISON, daughter of
JAMES ALLISON.

Notes for JOHN CASEY:
Casey and Allied Families

This is the date his will was probated in Spartan burg Dist., South
Carolina
To SC. 1770. Land grant Entree R. 1775(100 acres). Three other Casey's
received
Royal land grants as well: Christopher(250 acres), John(200 acres), and
Moses(300 acres).

The will was witnessed 5 Dec 1815 by Moses Casey, James Steward and
William Lancaster.

JOHN CASEY
UNKNOWN
PAPERS BURNT AT WAR OFFICE PRIVATE
$40.00 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE
$760.00 AMOUNT RECEIVED
SEPTEMBER 4, 1789

More About JOHN CASEY:
PEN: September 04, 1789, VA
Property: 1775, Craven Co., SC..; Property: 200 Acres
Will: December 05, 1815, Spartan burg District, South Carolina

Notes for USABLE ALLISON:
Casey and Allied Families

Children of JOHN CASEY and USABLE ALLISON are:
21. i. MOSSES CASEY.
ii. JOSEPH CASEY.
iii. JESSE CASEY.
iv. ALLISON CASEY.
22. v. JENNY (JANE) CASEY.
vi. SUSAN CASEY.
vii. MARY CASEY, d. April 25, 1848.

Notes for MARY CASEY:
Research of Carolina Casey. Was said to have died single

viii. CASSANDRA CASEY, d. November 23, 1846.

Notes for CASSANDRA CASEY:
Research of Carolina Casey. Was said to have died single

11. BENJAMIN CASEY (ABNER BROOKS, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS, UNK2, NATHANIEL
CASEY) was born Bat. 1731 in Anne Arundel, Maryland, and died 1779. He
married JULIA CARSON, daughter of INK CARSON.

Notes for BENJAMIN CASEY:
Casey and other Allied Families
1. Harold Helm
Harold Helm <sundance @neosoft.com
Harold Helm 2306 Wastage, Houston TEXAS 77019 USA (713) 529-2333
states that Benjamin was born in Arundel County, Maryland in 1731

See DAR records

Benjamin son of Abner died in Revolutionary war in Battle in 1779.

Tim Casey
Rt. 2 Box 3
Donegal IL 62926

2. Source 2 Harold Helm <sundance @neosoft.com
Harold Helm 2306 Wastage, Houston TEXAS 77019 USA (713) 529-2333

Stated in a paragraph in Mrs K. K. White in her book " THE KING'S
MOUTON MEN " states " The brothers Benjamin, Lei. and Randolph Casey
were in the South Carolina regiment of Elijah Clark"
Tim Casey
Rt. 2 Box 3
Donegal IL 62926

REVOLUTIONARY WAR RECORDS Of VIRGINIA
SECTION II ARMY AND NAVY BOUNTY LAND WARRANTS (4) TO (19)
Section II (4), [Document No. 30 List No. I]
Revolutionary War Records of Virginia, p.85 (4) LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE
ARMY AND NAVY, WHO HAVE RECEIVED LANDS
FROM VIRGINIA FOR REVOLUTIONARY SERVICES;
Officers' Names Rank Line No. acres When warrant obtained Time
of service, etc.
page 91
Casey, Benjamin Captain Control. 4000 June 5, 1783 3 years

I do not think this is my Benjamin who is reported to have been dead by
1780, when this Benjamin enlisted. Am hanging onto record in case.

[p.187] Mrs. Kate Pollen Stonier.
DAR ID Number: 98600
Born in Atlanta, Ill.
Wife of James P. Stonier.
Descendant of Serge. William Casey, William Montgomery, John Walker,
Robert Pattern, and Capt. Benjamin Casey, as
follows:
1. Arthur M. Paul (1823-1905) m. 2nd 1860 Lucky Jane Stone (1840-90).
2. Alfred U. Stone m. Margaret Jane Casey.
3. Green Casey m. Jane Pattern.
4. William Casey m. Jane Montgomery; Joseph Pattern m. Jane Walker.
5. William Montgomery m. Jane Pattern; John Walker m. Margaret Hudson;
Robert Pattern m. Eleanor Porter;

Benjamin Casey m. Julia Carson.

William Casey (1754-1820) served as sergeant in Captain Loan's company
from Lincoln County, 1779. He was born in Frederick County, Vac.; died
in Adder County, Kay.

William Montgomery (1727-81) was an Indian fighter on the frontier and
lost his life in that warfare in Kentucky. He was born in Ireland; died
in St. Asaph's, Kay.

Also No. 49426.
John Walker (1747-1814) served as private in the Green brier militia. He
was born and died in Rock bridge County, Vac.

Robert Pattern (1746-90) served as private in the Pennsylvania militia.
He was born in Lancaster County, died in Westmoreland County, Pa.

Benjamin Casey (1731-77) served as captain, Virginia Line. He was born
in Anne Arundel County, Md.; killed in battle.

More About BENJAMIN CASEY:
Military: Kings Mountain
PEN: 1783, Virginia

Notes for JULIA CARSON:
Casey and other Allied Families

Children of BENJAMIN CASEY and JULIA CARSON are:
i. NANCY CASEY, m. ROBERT GIBES, February 06, 1802, Isle of Wight Co.,
VA.

Notes for NANCY CASEY:
Casey and Other Allied Families, pg 13

Marriage Notes for NANCY CASEY and ROBERT GIBES:
Minister's Returns, Isle of Wight County, Virginia, page 452]:

These records were transcribed and compiled by Carol A. Morrison
of 3217 Friendly Road, Fayetteville, NCH 28304]

23. ii. JOHN CASEY.
iii. SAMUEL CASEY.

Notes for SAMUEL CASEY:
Casey and Other Allied Families, pg 13

iv. JOSEPH CASEY8.

Notes for JOSEPH CASEY:
Casey and Other Allied Families, pg 13

v. AGONIES CASEY8.

Notes for AGONIES CASEY:
Casey and Other Allied Families, pg 13

24. vi. WILLIAM CASEY, b. 1754, Frederick Co., VA; d. 1820, Adder Co.,
KY.

12. RANDOLPH6 CASEY (ABNER BROOKS, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS, UNK2, NATHANIEL1
CASEY) was born 1737 in Roanoke Valley, VA, and died Bat. 1815 in Smith
Co., TNT. He married MARY JANE PENNINGTON Bat. 1766 in Spartan burg
District, South Carolina, daughter of WILLIAM PENNINGTON and MARY.

Notes for RANDOLPH CASEY:
Carolina Casey's research gives date and place of birth.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
ERRATA.
page 34
Randolph Casey served as sergeant in the Second South Carolina regiment
under Gen. Francis Marion and was at the battle of King's Mountain. He
was born in Virginia and died in Smith county, Teen., 1813. His brothers
Levi and Benjamin also served in the Revolution.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
[p.393] ROLL OF HONOUR.
page 396
Casey, Randolph, 34

"The sons of Randolph Casey Sr. were all over 6 feet tall and one was 6
feet 8 inches tall. The daughter was a large woman. All were great
fighters and wrestlers." The Casey's of VA and SC. were seldom
vanquished in a fight, had good judgement, decided opinion, were church
members, were clannish. Randolph was buried on the "long fork" or "dry
fork" of Barren River. (Research by Carolyn Casey) 10/3/97

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THIRD CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES, 1810

C000 CASEY Rankle pg 200 No Twp Listed

Census index lists Randolph Casey

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
ERRATA.
page 34
Gr. granddaughter of Randolph Casey and Mary Jane Pennington, his wife.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume
92
page 224
Mrs. Mary Florence Casey Frost.
DAR ID Number: 91698
Born in Mt. Vermin, Ill.
Wife of A. M. Frost, M. D.
Descendant of Serge. Randolph Casey, as follows:
1. Robert Franklin Casey (1838-1911) m. 1860 Mary E. Melbourne (b.
1839).
2. Isaac S. Casey (1811-40) m. 1833 Tabitha White (1812-98).
3. Abraham P. Casey (1772-1841) m. 1794 Nancy Baker (1775-1865).
4. Randolph Casey m. 1768 Mary Jane Pennington.
Randolph Casey was sergeant in 2nd South Carolina regiment. He was born
in Virginia; died, 1813, in Smith County, Teen

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume
99
page 19
Miss Eleanor Susan Casey.
DAR ID Number: 98053
Born in Boulder, Cool.
Descendant of Serge. Randolph Casey, as follows:
1. William Van Cleve Casey (b. 1860) m. 1888 Id May Row (b. 1864).
2. Lafayette Casey (1824-92) m. 1848 Melissa E. Herrall (1825-77).
3. Abraham Casey (1798-1834) m. 1819 Vilinda Maxey.
4. Isaac Casey (1770-1841) m. 1788 Elizabeth Mackey.
5. Randolph Casey m. 1768 Mary Jane Pennington.
[p.19] Randolph Casey (1738-1813) was sergeant in 2nd South Carolina
regiment. He was born in Virginia; died in Smith
County, Teen.

More About RANDOLPH CASEY:
Census: 1810, South Carolina
Military: Kings Mountain

Notes for MARY JANE PENNINGTON:
Research of Carolyn Casey

Marriage Notes for RANDOLPH CASEY and MARY PENNINGTON:
Research of Carolyn Casey

Children of RANDOLPH CASEY and MARY PENNINGTON are:
i. REBECCA CASEY, b. Spartan burg District, South Carolina; d. Mt.
Vermin, IL; m. WILLIAM DEPRIEST.

Notes for REBECCA CASEY:
Research of Carolyn Casey

Research of Carolyn Casey

!"Aunt Rebecca was a large woman and weighed 300 pounds." Research of
Carolyn Casey

More About REBECCA CASEY:
Description: large woman

Marriage Notes for REBECCA CASEY and WILLIAM DEPRIEST:
Casey and Allied Families

25. ii. LEVI CASEY, b. November 1767, Spartanburg District, South
Carolina; d. 1864, Johnson County, IL.
26. iii. ISAAC C. CASEY, b. April 05, 1770; d. October 17, 1851,
Pleasant Grove, Jefferson Co., IL.
27. iv. ABRAHAM P. CASEY, b. November 01, 1772; d. February 02, 1841,
Ripple, Oregon Co., IL.
v. RANDOLPH CASEY, b. Bet. 1774 - 1784; m. SALLY PERKINS.

Notes for RANDOLPH CASEY:
Year of birth approximated using age in the 1800 Spartanburg Dist.,
South Carolina census

5 Digits breakdown as follows
(including heads of families)
1st digit - number in household age under 10 yrs.
2nd digit - number in household age 10 & under 16 yrs.
3rd digit - number in household age 16 & under 26 yrs.
4th digit - number in household age 26 & under 45 yrs.
5th digit - number in household age 45 & upwards.

C000 CASEY, Randle pg 193 10100-00100-00

Translated means:
one male white child born aft 1790
one male white child born between 1774 and 1784
One white female born between 1774 and 1784

More About RANDOLPH CASEY:
Census: 1800, Spartanburg District, South Carolina

Marriage Notes for RANDOLPH CASEY and SALLY PERKINS:
Casey and Allied Families

28. vi. HIRE CASEY, b. March 23, 1790, Spartanburg District, South
Carolina; d. December 04, 1828, Bolivar, Harden Co., TN.
29. vii. ZADOCK CASEY, b. March 07, 1796, Greene Co., GAB; d. September
04, 1862, Caseyville, St. Claire Co., IL.

13. LEVEE CASEY (ABNER BROOKS, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS, UNK2, NATHANIEL1
CASEY) was born Bat. 1749 in South Carolina, and died February 03, 1807
in Washington D.C.. He married ELIZABETH DUCAT.

Notes for LEVI CASEY:
Casey and Allied Families

DAR records state he was born in South Carolina

Casey and Allied families

Bibliography: Biographical Directory of the American Congress,
1774-1949: The Continental Congress September 5, 1774,
to October 21, 1788 and The Congress of the United States From the First
to the Eightieth Congress March 4, 1789 to January 3, 1949, Inclusive,
Washington, DC. United States Government Printing Office, 1950.

page 957
CASEY, Levi, a Representative from South Carolina; born in that State
about 1752; served in the Continental Army during the Revolutionary
War; elected brigadier general of militia; justice of Dewberry, County
Court in 1785; member of the State house of representatives; elected to
the Eighth and Ninth Congresses and served from March 4, 1803, until his
death, before the close of the Ninth Congress; had been relocated to
the Tenth Congress; died in Washington, D.C., February 3, 1807;
interment in the Congressional Cemetery.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume
66
page 250
Miss Florence Olive Casey.
DAR ID Number: 65735
Born in Auburn, Ala.
Descendant of Capt. Levi Casey, of South Carolina.
Daughter of Oscar F. Casey (1825-98) and Frances Frizzier (b. 1839), his
wife, m. 1858.
Granddaughter of Jacob Ducat Casey (1796-1853) and Charity Whittler
(1801-34), his wife, m. 1823.
Gr-granddaughter of Levi Casey and Elizabeth Ducat (1759-1839), his
wife.
Levi Casey (1749-1807) commanded a company at the attack on Savannah and
distinguished himself at Rocky Mount,
Kings Mountain, Hanging Rock, Musgroves, Fishing Creek, Black stocks,
and Cowponies. He was born in South Carolina;
Died in Washington, D. C.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume
90
DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
page 219
Miss Betty Lucas Casey.
DAR ID Number: 89677
Born in Leflore County, Miss.
Descendant of Capt. Levi Casey, as follows:
1. Lender L. Casey (1844-1900) m. 1873 Elizabeth Camp (1844-87).
2. Jacob D. Casey (1796-1853) m. 3rd 1840 Sarah Frances Lucas
(1819-51).
3. Levi Casey m. Elisabeth Ducat (1759-1839).
Levi Casey (1749-1807) commanded a company at the attack on Savannah and
distinguished himself at Rocky Mount,
Kings Mountain, Hanging Rock, Musgroves, Fishing Creek, Black stocks and
Cowponies. He was born in South Carolina;
Died in Washington, D. C.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume
94
page 209.

Mrs. Annie Casey Shelby.
DAR ID Number: 93672
Born in Panel County, Miss.
Descendant of Capt. Levi Casey, as follows:
1. T. P. Casey (b. 1853) m. 1882 Louis C. Boils (1855-1900).
2. Samuel O. Casey (1801-66) m. Rachel Lausanne (1826-72).
3. Levi Casey m. Elizabeth Ducat (1759-1839).
Levi Casey (1749-1807) commanded a company at the attack on Savannah and
distinguished himself at Rocky Mount,
Kings Mountain, Hanging Rock, Musgroves Mills, Fishing Creek, Black
stocks and Cowpens. He was born in South
Carolina; died in Washington, D. C.
Also No. 89677.

More About LEVI CASEY:
Burial: Congressional ECM., Washington D.C.
Elected: March 04, 1803, South Carolina

Notes for ELIZABETH DUCAT:
Carolyn Casey's research.
Names verified by Casey and Allied families, pg 13

Names verified by Casey and Allied families, pg 13

Marriage Notes for LEVI CASEY and ELIZABETH DUCKETT:
Casey and Allied families, pg 13

Children of LEVI CASEY and ELIZABETH DUCKETT are:
i. SINNER CASEY, m. JOHN RHODES.

Marriage Notes for SINNER CASEY and JOHN RHODES:
Casey and Allied families, pg 13

ii. NANCY CASEY, m. THOMAS DAVIS.

Notes for NANCY CASEY:
Casey and Allied families, pg 13

Notes for THOMAS DAVIS:
Casey and Allied families, pg 13

Marriage Notes for NANCY CASEY and THOMAS DAVIS:
Casey and Allied families, pg 13

iii. ELIZABETH CASEY, m. THOMAS JOHNSON.

Notes for ELIZABETH CASEY:
Casey and Allied families, pg 13

Marriage Notes for ELIZABETH CASEY and THOMAS JOHNSON:
Casey and Allied families, pg 13

iv. JOHN A. CASEY, m. (1) CATHERINE SHELL; m. (2) ABIGAIL "ABBY".

Notes for JOHN A. CASEY:
Casey and Allied families, pg 13

REPRINT of OFFICIAL REGISTER of LAND LOTTERY OF GEORGIA 1827
43d DAY'S DRAWING April 25.
HALL.
page 133
Fortunate Drawers: John A. Casey,
Captains District: Alders
Number: 88
District: 14
County: Muscogee County

More About JOHN A. CASEY:
Property: 1827, Muscogee Co., GAB; Property: Georgia Land Draw of 1827

Marriage Notes for JOHN CASEY and CATHERINE SHELL:
Casey and Allied families, pg 13

Marriage Notes for JOHN CASEY and ABIGAIL:
Casey and Allied families, pg 13

30. v. LEVI M. CASEY, b. 1792, South Carolina.
31. vi. JACOB DUCKETT CASEY, b. November 23, 1796, Dewberry Co., South
Carolina; d. June 11, 1853, Florence, Lauderdale Co., AL.
32. vii. SAMUEL OTTERSON CASEY, b. 1801; d. 1866, Lauderdale Co., Al.

14. CHRISTOPHER CASEY (ABNER BROOKS, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS3, UNK2,
NATHANIEL1 CASEY) was born Bat. 1754 in VA, and died August 02, 1840 in
Cole Co., MO. He married SARAH SMITH.

Notes for CHRISTOPHER CASEY:
"Casey and Allied Families"

Christopher is Tim Casey's 5X great grandfather. States year and place
of death

Carolyn Casey states that Christopher died the 2nd Aug. in Jefferson
City, MO.

Both Aaron and Christopher were paid the same day for services in
Roebucks Regiment during Revolution. (Tim Casey)

Information from Tim Casey
Tim Casey
Rt 2 Box 3
Donegal IL 62926
618-827-4456 Fax # same
also send your address may need to send items in snail mail sometime.

To SC. 1770. Land grant Enoree R. 1775(100 acres). Three other Casey's
received
Royal land grants as well: Christopher(250 acres), John(200 acres), and
Moses(300 acres).

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume
85
page 12

Mrs. Grace Appellation McCoy.
DAR ID Number: 84023
Born in San Jose, Caliph.
Wife of William Advise McKey.
Descendant of Lieut. Christopher Casey, as follows:
1. Frederick G. Appellation (1825-92), m. 1856, Josephine Wilburn (b.
1840).
2. Thomas Jefferson Wilburn (1815-70), m. 1835, Elizabeth Ann Gordon
(1817-90).
3. John Churchill Gordon (1791-1856), m. 1811, Cassandra Casey
(1787-1852).
4. Christopher Casey, m. Sarah Smith.
[p.12] Christopher Casey (1755-1840) served as lieutenant under
Captains Benjamin Warlord, Peter Brooks, and Ford,
Colonels John Thomas, John Beard, Roebuck, and Kildare, South Carolina
Line. He applied for pension, 1832, which was
allowed. He was born in Virginia; died in Jefferson City, Mo.

More About CHRISTOPHER CASEY:
Occupation: Cole Co., MO; Occupation: Coroner
Property: 1775, Craven Co., S.C.; Property: 250 Acres

Notes for SARAH SMITH:
"Casey and Allied Families"

Children of CHRISTOPHER CASEY and SARAH SMITH are:
i. HARRIDAN CASEY, d. 1844, Missouri.

Notes for HARDEN CASEY:
Tim casey states that Harden was the son of Christopher.

Tim Casey

33. ii. JOHN CASEY, b. Bat. 1760, VA; d. 1849.
34. iii. CASSANDRA CASEY, b. 1787; d. 1852.
iv. AARON CASEY, b. Abt. 1792; d. 1866.

Notes for AARON CASEY:
Tim Casey

15. PETER6 CASEY (PETER5, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS3, UNK2, NATHANIEL1 CASEY)
was born 1759, and died 1828. He married NANCY WAGGONER 1782, daughter
of ANDREW WAGGONER and MARY CHAMPION.

Notes for PETER CASEY:
Casey and Allied Families , pg 15

Casey and Allied families, pg 15

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution
DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
page 151
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Peter Casey and Nancy Wager, his wife; John
Gibson Finny and Rachel Taylor, his wife;
Richard Taylor and Sarah Strother, his wife (parents of Elizabeth).

REVOLUTIONARY WAR RECORDS Of VIRGINIA
Revolutionary War Records of Virginia, p.526 [p.527]SECTION IV
Revolutionary War Records of Virginia, p.527
VIRGINIA STATE TROOPS ON VIRGINIA STATE LINE [p.528] Section IV
CENSUS OF DUNMORE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, 1775
(25) PARTIAL LISTS OF THOSE PERSONS WHO LOCATED BOUNTY LANDS IN THE
VIRGINIA MILITARY DISTRICT IN OHIO ON CONTINENTAL ESTABLISHMENT.
Original Bounty Land Warrants Located in Virginia Military District in
Ohio.

page 614
Casey, Peter
Mrs. Jane Savage Casey Bontecon.
DAR ID Number: 56438
Born in Orange County, N. Y.
Wife of Daniel Bontecon.
Descendant of Col. George Taylor, Lieut. Col. Richard Taylor, and Major
Andrew Waggener.
Daughter of Samuel Lewes Casey (b. 1856) and Blanche Murray, his wife.
Granddaughter of Nicholas Waggener Casey and Eliza McCoy (or Elizabeth
Makall) Taylor, his wife.
Grgrgranddaughter of Nicholas Casey and Susan Gibson Finnie, his wife;
John Gibson Taylor and Elizabeth Lee Taylor, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Peter Casey and Nancy Waggener, his wife; John
Gibson Finnie and Rachel Taylor, his wife; Richard Taylor and Sarah
Strother, his wife (parents of Elizabeth).
Grgrgranddaughter of Andrew Waggener and Mary Chapman, his wife;
Jonathan Taylor and Ann Berry, his wife (parents of Rachel).
Gr-gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of George Taylor and Rachel Gibson, his wife.

George Taylor (1711-92), who had fought in the early wars, organized
and drilled the Orange County militia. He was a member of the Committee
of Safety and of the Convention, 1774. He had ten sons–James, Jonathan,
Edmund, Francis, Richard, John, William, [p.152] Charles, Rube, and
Benjamin–who served as officers in the army and navy in the Revolution.
He was born in Caroline County, Vac.; died in Orange County, Va.
Also No. 20338.
Richard Taylor (1741-1829) was lieutenant, 1775, of the 1st Virginia
regiment. He was captain, 1776, major of the 13th regiment, 1778, and
in 1779 held the rank of lieutenant-colonel. He was born in Orange
County, Va.; died in Jefferson County, Ky.

More About PETER CASEY:
PEN: 1775, Dungaree Co., VA

Notes for NANCY WAGGONER:
Casey and Allied families, pg 15

Casey and Allied families, pg 15

Marriage Notes for PETER CASEY and NANCY WAGGONER:
Casey and Allied Families, pg 15

Child of PETER CASEY and NANCY WAGGONER is:
35. i. NICHOLAS CASEY, b. 1790; d. 1863.

16. SARAH CASEY (PETER5, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS3, UNK2, NATHANIEL1 CAUSEY)
was born Abt. 1760 in Hampshire Co., W.Va9. She married WILLIAM
STEENBERGEN.

Notes for SARAH CASEY:
pg 15

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume
38
DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.
page 16

Mrs. Sarah A. Mcculloch.
DAR ID Number: 36040
Born in Mason county, West Virginia.
Wife of John D. McCulloch.
Descendant of Col. Charles Lewes, Capt. John Jordan and Col. Tavern
Beadle.
Daughter of Charles Cameron Lewes (1800-41) and Eliza Steenbergen
(1808-96), his wife, m. 1826.
Granddaughter of Charles Lewes and Jane Dickinson, his wife; Gen. Peter
Highness Steenbergen (1788-1863) and Maria
Bib Jordan (1790-1841), his wife, m. 1807.
Grgrgranddaughter of William Steenbergen and Sarah Casey, his first
wife; John Jordan (1755-1835) and Catherine Beadle
(1765-1856), his wife, m. 1789.
See Nos. 36035, 36038.
Grgrgranddaughter of Peter Casey and Mary (Van Meter) William's, his
second wife; Tavern Beadle and Elizabeth
White, his wife, m. 1763.
[p.16] Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Tavern Beadle and Frances Madison,
his wife, m. 1741.
Tavern Beadle, (1742-1810), was a member of the Committee of Safety of
the General Assembly and served in the militia.
He was born in Orange Co., Va.; died in Clifton Forge, where his grave
has been lost by the development of the town

Notes for WILLIAM STEENBERGEN:
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume
38
DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.
page 16

Mrs. Sarah A. Mcculloch.
DAR ID Number: 36040
Born in Mason county, West Virginia.
Wife of John D. McCulloch.
Descendant of Col. Charles Lewes, Capt. John Jordan and Col. Tavern
Beadle.
Daughter of Charles Cameron Lewes (1800-41) and Eliza Steenbergen
(1808-96), his wife, m. 1826.
Granddaughter of Charles Lewes and Jane Dickinson, his wife; Gen. Peter
Highness Steenbergen (1788-1863) and Maria
Bib Jordan (1790-1841), his wife, m. 1807.
Grgrgranddaughter of William Steenbergen and Sarah Casey, his first
wife; John Jordan (1755-1835) and Catherine Beadle
(1765-1856), his wife, m. 1789.
See Nos. 36035, 36038.
Grgrgranddaughter of Peter Casey and Mary (Van Meter) William's, his
second wife; Tavern Beadle and Elizabeth
White, his wife, m. 1763.
[p.16] Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Tavern Beadle and Frances Madison,
his wife, m. 1741.
Tavern Beadle, (1742-1810), was a member of the Committee of Safety of
the General Assembly and served in the militia.
He was born in Orange Co., Va.; died in Clifton Forge, where his grave
has been lost by the development of the town

Child of SARAH CASEY and WILLIAM STEENBERGEN is:
36. i. PETER HIGGINS7 STEENBERGEN, b. 1788.

17. BENJAMIN CASEY (PETER5, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS3, UNK2, NATHANIEL1
CAUSEY) was born 9, and died 18139.

Notes for BENJAMIN CASEY:
This birthday has to be wrong. Doesn't jive with Military records

The manuscript says that Benjamin Casey died in the Battle of New
Orleans.. Of interest is the fact that researchers say my Benjamin
Casey, son of Abner died in battle. Believe this Benjamin did not die
in battle do to the Revolutionary War military Pension record listed.

Child of BENJAMIN CASEY is:
i. PETER CASEY.

Notes for PETER CASEY:
REVOLUTIONARY WAR RECORDS Of VIRGINIA
SECTION III VIRGINIA MILITARY BOUNTY LAND WARRANTS FROM UNITED STATES
LAND OFFICE RECORDS
(21) Virginia Military Land Warrants
VIRGINIA MILITARY DISTRICT OF OHIO, GRANTED FOR REVOLUTIONARY WAR
SERVICES
Number Warrantees (A-B) Rank & Service (C)
page 410
745 Casey, Peter (Jr., heir of Benjamin Casey [Va. line]) Capt. 3
years

More About PETER CASEY:
PEN: VA

18. NICHOLAS CASEY (PETER5, NICHOLAS, NICHOLAS3, UNK2, NATHANIEL1
CAUSEY) was born 1753 in VA. He married GRACE FORAMEN.

Notes for NICHOLAS CASEY:
Year of birth approximated using Military Pension records

NICHOLAS CASEY
PRESTON COUNTY
PRIVATE OF CAVALRY
VIRGINIA MILITIA
$25.00 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE
$ AMOUNT RECEIVED
MAY 14, 1833 PENSION STARTED
AGE 80

Virginia Pension Roll of 1835
Report from the Secretary of War
In relation to the Pension Establishment Of the United States 1835

Copied and indexed by
William R. Navvy
P. O. Box 251
Holly ridge, NCH 28445-0251

More About NICHOLAS CASEY:
PEN: May 14, 1833, Preston Co., VA

Child of NICHOLAS CASEY and GRACE FOREMAN is:
37. i. PETER CASEY.

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