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Mark McCaslin/McCausland of Bourbon Co., KY and Preble Co., OH
Posted by: Ann Miller Carr (ID *****3677) Date: March 12, 2009 at 16:10:16
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Seeking information on Mark McCaslin/McCausland who is found in the 1810 census in Stoner Twp., Bourbon Co., Kentucky and the 1820 census in Jefferson Twp., Preble Co., Ohio. His wife's name is unknown.

Mark McCaslin/McCausland is said to be the father of Elizabeth McCausland/McCaslin, b. 01 Dec 1795 in Bourbon? Co., Kentucky. She married Thomas Gorman Burnau on 27 Mar 1817 in Bourbon Co., Kentucky and died on 12 Oct 1878 in Jefferson Twp., Preble Co., Ohio. Thomas Gorham Burnau was the son of John George Burnaugh and his wife Frances Gorham. Thomas Gorham Burnau was born on 05 Apr 1794 in Stoner Twp., Bourbon Co., Kentucky and died 11 Sep 1871 in Jefferson Twp., Preble Co., Ohio.

Mark McCaslin may also be the father of:

Sarah McCaslin, m. Samuel Laugh on 16 May 1822
Nancy McCaslin, m. John Cail or Call on 21 Aug 1823
Mary Ann McCaslin, m. Marshall Hill on 06 Nov 1828
Margaret McCaslin, m. Ezekiel Flemming on 26 Jan 1820

all these marriages were in Preble Co., Ohio.

He may have had a son named James McCaslin/McCausland.


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