|Birth: ||Nov. 16, 1907|
|Death: ||Jun. 2, 2006|
Casey was the sixth child of David Q. Hanes and Nancy "Nelle" Moore. Casey married Kathryn "Cappy" McCaffrey on June 26, 1940. They had one son and two daughters. Oral (nee Hanes) Olson on 4th of July of 2002 was describing how hard Uncle Casey had worked his entire life. Excerpt of what she said, " Uncle Casey drove a water wagon to the workers who were working on US #1 when he was not even 12 years old. ..."
BIRTH RECORDS: Miscellaneous Records: Iroquois County, Illinois; Book 3, "Birth Records Update, 1880-1929. Listed as sixth child. Also erroneously states born in Woodland; should say Papineau (Iroquois County), Illinois. (Pub. Iroquois County Genelogical Society, Watseka, Illinois; copyright 2001).
SCHOOL RECORDS: Hilside School; Springbrook, Wisconsin. Excerpt, "... Hillside School was located north of Springbrook, Washburn Co., WI, about halfway between Gull Lake and Hay Lake. In 1916 - 1917 the teacher at this school was Susie C. THIBEDEAU, and the school officers were: Mrs. Mary LEUTHNER, clerk; Mathias DENNINGER, Director and Mrs. Edith PARKER, treasurer. The following list of students was from the 1916 - 1917 school year.
OBITUARY: for SAMUEL "CASEY" VEACH HANES
Casey a resident of Downers Grove for over 60 years, died on Friday June 2nd of pneumonia. He had been in good health until May 6th, when he had a stroke. He was born 16 Nov 1907 in Papineau, Illinois; a son of the late David and Nancy (Moore) Hanes. Casey was retired from a lifetime of employment with Commonwealth Edison. He married on 26 Jun 1940 in Toledo, Ohio to Kathryn "Cappy" Ruth McCaffrey (daughter of the late William and Martha McCaffrey). Cappy and Casey were married for over 61 years, when she was called to ‘Cross the Bar'. They were always smiling like newlyweds and every excursion was another honeymoon. Their home was always open to family and friends. Casey opened his billfold without hesitation when he saw a need. After the death this past December of Casey's 102 year old brother, David "Buck" M. Hanes, Casey became the senior head of the Hanes extended families. Casey's big smile and quiet ways will long be missed. His favorite phrases of "What's up, Bud?' and "How are you, Sis' will long echo in the memories of the Hanes families for years to come. Casey told stories of the past, shared in our present and gave us the future. He leaves to mourn; a daughter, Ruthanne of Lisle, a son, Joseph (Helen) of Chino Valley, AZ; 7 grandchildren and several great-grandchildren; numerous nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews scattered across the globe. He was preceded in death by his wife and a daughter, Ginny Lou Hanes-Roth. An Ash Festival is being planned for September at Ignacio, CO. The Hanes brothers will be honored at the 118th Moore-Hanes reunion this August.
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David Quiller Hanes (1874 - 1923)
Nancy Catherine Moore Hanes (1874 - 1944)
Kathryn Ruth McCaffrey Hanes (1917 - 2002)*
Ruthanne Hanes (1942 - 2008)*
Ginny Lou Hanes Roth (1944 - 2004)*
Henry Leroy Hanes (1896 - 1968)*
Eva Irene Hanes Pierce (1898 - 1966)*
Percy Franklin Hanes (1901 - 1951)*
David Marvin Hanes (1903 - 2005)*
David Marvin Hanes (1903 - 2005)*
Donald Ray Hanes (1905 - 1969)*
Samuel Veach Hanes (1907 - 2006)
Ethelbert Wilford Hanes (1912 - 1976)*
Robert Russell Hanes (1915 - 1987)*
Infant Son Hanes (1918 - 1918)*
Note: Ash Festival was Saturday morning October 7, 2006, Casey's ashes were scattered with those of his wife, Cappy
Cremated, Ashes scattered.
Specifically: Ashes scattered over canyon in Ignacio, Colorado
Created by: M. Richards
Record added: Jul 15, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 93638993