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Casner - Gee Marriage - Carroll County, MO
Posted by: Liz Freeman (ID *****1831) Date: January 13, 2004 at 20:08:08
In Reply to: Casner - Gee Marriage - Carroll County, MO by Liz Freeman of 818

For several years I have been researching my CASNER family. One of the many wives of John 'Jack' Casner was Fanny Gee. It had always been assumed that John was her first husband.

However, it was recently discovered that Fanny is actually Euphamia/Emphany/Ufarma'Fanny/Pamie' J. Moore. She is the daughter of James 'Jimmy' Moore, an Irish-Prostetant immigrant.

Fanny Moore first marries David Crockett Rowland (aka David Crockett Blansett) in Macon County, MO on 8-17-1858. He dies circa 1863. They have one son John E. Rowland. John is raised by his paternal grandfather after David Crockett Rowland dies.

Fanny then marries Andrew Jackson Gee on 3-10-1863 in Macon Co., MO. It is not clear if they divorce or if Andrew Jackson Gee abandons her.

Fanny then marries John 'Jack' Casner on 9-2-1869 in Carroll County, MO. Fanny and John have four daughters, the last one being born in 1881.

My questions are these

Does anyone know when and where Fanny died?
Does anyone have her birthdate (I show she was born circa 1841 in KY).
Does anyone know why John E. Rowland was raised by his paternal grandfather rather than Fanny keeping him?
Does anyone know what became of the four dauthers of Fanny and John Casner (Lula Mae, Emily Anna Bell, Elizabeth, Lura)?

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