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Florida Cracker
RE: Annie L. Wilhite
I added a picture of Mr Wilhite.
Don
Added by Florida Cracker on Sep 25, 2013 9:45 AM
EAHJr
Hubert Watson Rowe
Thank you for adding the photo of the marker for Hubert Watson Rowe at Bethesda Baptist Church Cemetery. I am going to make a photo request for his wife, Mattie (Martha E.), and would greatly appreciate if you would post your photo of the marker on her memorial as well. Thank you!
Added by EAHJr on Sep 16, 2013 7:26 AM
Florida Cracker
RE: Annie L. Wilhite
If you want me to transfer their site to you just let me know or I will be glad to continue as it is.
I will try and find some pictures I have of him. He hunted quail and I fixed up his jeep while I was in shop class.
Don
Added by Florida Cracker on Sep 10, 2013 6:53 AM
Florida Cracker
RE: Annie L. Wilhite
Yes for sure . I also have the originals if you need them. I knew Mr & Mrs Wilhite my whole life. We lived across the street from them on West Canfield St. when I was 3 years old (1947) I think. He was my principal in high school and she was always in the office. He was a great help to me while I was going to high school. Class of 1962. He handed me my diploma.
By the way we have the family plot just north of them.
Let me know if you need anything.
Don
Added by Florida Cracker on Sep 09, 2013 1:14 PM
Georgia Girl
Wilson
The Wilson family had several connections to my LeSueur family. The Cabaniss family was one of the previous owners of the LeSueur home place originally located on Pate Rd., Monroe (nr. Bolingbroke) Co., GA. Thanks!
Added by Georgia Girl on Aug 12, 2013 1:57 PM
Connie
RE: A. C. Wilson
Thank you for the information. I would be more than happy to transfer this memorial to you since he is related to you.

If there are any other memorials that I have created that are related to you let me know and I will be happy to transfer if they are not my relatives.

I am in the process of posting memorials and photos of all the graves in Oak Hill Cememtery so there are numerous ones that are not my family.

Thanks,
Connie
Added by Connie on Aug 04, 2013 8:25 PM
Judy K. Brantley/Wilson
RE: Wilson / Oak Hill Cemetery
John, I am out of town, but when I get home, I will see what I can find., Thank you for you nice comments ..it is much appreciated.
Added by Judy K. Brantley/Wilson on Apr 20, 2013 4:30 PM
Rachel's mom
John Wesley Cassady
You are welcome. The cemetery is just down the road from my house.
Added by Rachel's mom on Mar 01, 2013 6:53 AM
Ron Stephens
RE: John M Casady
Hi John,
I did a brief search for the info about John CASADY's death date, but haven't been able to find it as yet. I even looked in the Oregon Archives, but came up with nothing.

All of the family that moved to Oregon spelled the name Casady as did the oldest sibling MARY JANE who married ROBERT MARSHALL BRONAUGH who remained in Nemaha County, Kansas. Maybe your CHARLES NELSON CASSADY joined the army and was stationed in Ohio and decided to stay there.

Ron
Added by Ron Stephens on Nov 05, 2012 2:48 PM
Ron Stephens
RE: Lafayette Casady
Many thanks for your note John. Your CHARLES was listed as being 19 years of age in the 1870 U.S. Census, but I didn't know anything more about him.

I am related to the Casady family three ways: Most directly from LAFAYETTE who married into my GILMOUR family and then through his and CHARLES's sister MARY JANE CASADY [born on 12 Sep 1845] who married into the BRONAUGH family. Her husband's grandmother was a GILMOUR and a nephew of my great great grandmother who was a BRONAUGH. My great grandfather's younger brother GEORGE ROBERT GILMOUR also married CHARLES's and LAFAYETTE's younger sister EMILY "EMMA" CASADY.

I haven't been able to find the place of JOHN M. CASADY's death in Oregon, but know that he went there shortly after 1870 when he and his family were listed in the Home Township in Nemaha County, Kansas. The Oregon Pioneer site does not include those who traveled to Oregon after 1856. LAFAYETTE CASADY was married to SARAH GILMOUR in Linn County near Lebanon on 1 Oct 1871 according to family records recorded by my great grandmother. In 1880 they resided in Santiam, Linn County, Oregon and then they moved in 1881 to Ellensburg, Kittitas County, Washington Territory where Sarah died in 1899. I found a record of JOHN M. CASADY's death in Oregon in 1893, but will have to search through my records to find more.

What are CHARLES's dates of birth and death?

Best Regards.

Ron
Added by Ron Stephens on Nov 05, 2012 9:43 AM
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