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Re: RE:Casner Buried in Missouri
Posted by: Douglas Casner (ID *****7769) Date: December 27, 2003 at 03:02:16
In Reply to: RE:Casner Buried in Missouri by Liz Freeman of 818

T B Casner is Thomas B Casner and his wife is Sarah A "Stees" Casner. Their youngest son was Adolphus Crim Casner,is my great grandfather. But, he is listed on the Colorado 1900 Census as Albert Casner and his wife listed is Hattie "Crandel" Casner. I do have documented proof of this wedding in Jasper Co., MO. They were married for 2 years at the time of the census in Colorado, and the eight children listed with them are from a previous marriage to my Great grandmother Kittie Estelle "Wilcox" Casner who died in Park Co., Colorado in 1896, causes unknown. There were also the twins who had been separated after the death of Kittie. One of the twins was raised by Kitties parents in Jefferson Co. Colorado, this being my grandfather Ernest Casner. All of this Information can be confirmed by AW.
Thomas B Casner had a writ written against the property he owned in DeKalb Co, Indiana in 1879 posthumusly. I would like to find out where exactly Thomas B. Casner was born in PA. and who his parents were. Sarah A Stees is rather easy to trace, but Thomas Casner remains a mystery.


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