|Birth: ||Jul. 6, 1744|
County Galway, Ireland
|Death: ||Jul. 3, 1828|
From the D.A.R. files:
Ancestor #: A023429
Birth: 6- -1744 IRELAND
Death: (ANTE) 7-21-1828 LIBERTY AMITE CO MISSISSIPPI Service Source: ARCH OF MD, VOL 21, P 493 Service Description: 1) CAPT RICHARD ANDREWS,14TH BATT,MILITIA
Comments (Overview )
1) EL- SOLOMON MARRIED NANCY, NOT ELIZABETH ANN.
SEE DATA IN CORRECTION FILE.
1) County: CAROLINE CO -
Family Records, Mississippi Revolutionary Soldiers, by Mississippi Society, D.A.R., State Board of Management, 1953-1956, p. 57-58:
b. County Calway[sic], Ireland, July 1744
d. Amite Co. Will probated 21 July 1828.
m. (1) in Md. _______, Wife d. in S. C.
(2) in Amite Co. 2 Sept. 1805, Susannah Jackson
b. 1789, d. 1855,
dau of Isaac & Ann
Res. Caroline Co. Md.
Service: He enlisted in Capt. Richard Andrews' Co. 14th Battalion Carolina[sic] Co. Md., and saw service until the close of the war. He was promoted to Capt. 11 Aug. 1779.
After the war he went to Suffolk Co. Va. for a while but came to Miss. 1805. He settled at Berwick in Amite Co.
(by his 1st wife):
(by his 2nd wife):
For more specific information on dates, marriages, and descendants, please check this reference.
The following article is from Liberty And Amite County Sesqui-Centennial, 1809-1959:
"The W. I. Causey Home, nine miles southwest of Liberty, was settled by William Causey. He was born in Ireland in 1774, came to America in 1760, settled in Maryland, moved with his family, which consisted of a wife and eleven children, to South Carolina, lost his wife by death there, and from South Carolina moved to Amite County where he established his home in 1815, not long after the battle of New Orleans. Here he married Susannah Jackson and to this marriage eight children were born, one of whom was Ransome Jackson Causey.
The low and broad spreading house has eight rooms and a hall, surrounded by broad verandas. Not all of this is the original house, it having had five rooms. The dining room and kitchen were built apart because in those days there were always little Negroes in and around the kitchen and yard, their mothers being at work either in the house, kitchen, or field.
W. I. Causey, who died in 1933, was the owner of this place for many years. He reared a family of ten children. His wife was Hattie McLain, daughter of E. B. McLain, of Gloster. This home is now owned by Mr. and Mrs. Trask. She is a granddaughter of W. I. Causey. Mrs. Winnie East, a daughter of W. I. Causey, lives in the home."
Thomas Causey (1778 - 1853)*
Zachariah Richardson Causey (1822 - 1862)*
CAPT 14 BN CAROLINE CO MIL
1744 - 1828
Causey Cemetery (Thomas Causey)
Created by: Old Waco
Record added: Jun 30, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 72255506
Mike & Kay
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