Thanks for responding to my post. I will have to follow thru with your information and see if he might be the one who is on the 1900 census in Co, but it will have to be after June 15th.
I'm getting ready to go off-line as we are moving. I will be getting back into the Casner genealogy research once I get back on line sometime in late June.
I don't know that I'm the expert on the Casner lines. I have become totally mesmerized with my particular Casner line, and out of necessity I've had to track many, many, many Casner families (right now I have some 70 data bases). I know many of these are related, but have not yet found the right evidence to connect them. I'm inclined to think my particular branch has relatives in OH and TN (especialy those that go back into the early 1800s in those areas). I also am inclined to think that some of those that moved from TN to TX in the early 1800s are also probably connected to my particular line. Finding the evidence is the challenging part of all this.
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