|Casey County Brick Wall Queries|
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Posted 09/02/17 Surname: Bell
I'm looking for info on my great-grandfather Joseph G. Bell, who was the Toll Gate Keeper S.W. OF Liberty, Ky. & also became High Sheriff for Casey Co, Ky, (for 2 Terms,) when he was in his 60's. Would love to find a photo of him!! Any help will be appreciated, Bev Fisher, firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted 10/07/16 Surname: Jones/Noe
Looking for parents and siblings of John James Jones, born abt. 1823 in KY and Susan Noe, born 1826. They married in Casey Co. in 1844 and later moved to Pike Co., IN. Any help would be very appreciated! Thanks, Richard Hellstrominboxrgh@gmail.com
Posted 03/16/13 Surname: Grier/Greer/Grear (any spelling)
Hello, my great-grandfather was born in Casey county KY, his name was Columbus Grier b. 1850. I don't know if he was born free or not, or if his family were slaves or not either. He was mulatto, and the story handed down to me was that his mother was killed by night riders because she had an interracial relationship and child. I am searching for any if his ancestors or his immediate family name. Any help appreciated! Sincerely, Tammy Grier Ross, email@example.com
Posted 10/10/12 Surname: Good/Goode & Wolford
I am stuck --- Tracing my Goode line --- I have James Lucien Good born 25 may 1898 in Gravel Switch, Marion Kentucky. His Father is Robert Leslie Good and Mother Inez Nora Wolford, Robert was born about Aug 1876 in Kentucky. Nora is the daughter of Richard G. & Elizabeth E. Wolford and was born in Boyle Co. in 1879. But I can’t locate Robert’s parents – I am hoping someone can see if they can locate any records of the Goode Family that lived there in 1898. Any help would be appreciated! Thanks Dan Hebert,firstname.lastname@example.org (This query is cross-referenced between Adair, Casey & Marion counties)
Posted 05/14 Surname:Spalding / Leannartz (various spellings)
My great great great grandfather was J B (possibly Joseph Benedict) Spalding – a shoemaker who lived in Marion county per the 1850, 1860 and 1870 census and was born about 1828 in Marion County. He married Isabelle Lennartz or something close to that. Various birth and death records suggest the name could have been Bell Lenento, Eisbelle Lennsartz, Lena Artz, etc. They both show up in the 1850 and 1860 census, in the latter with children Thomas, David, Laura, Martin and Joseph. Isabell is not in the 1880 census and may have died during or shortly after the birth of her last child. Am trying to find out more about Isabella Lennartz. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks, R. Gregory Breetz, Jr. email@example.com
Posted 04/17 Surname: Gaddis
Posted 02/09 Surname: See Below
I am looking for information on the following surnames; Brown, Black, Dye, Floyd, Hamilton, Randolph, Adams, and Wylie. If anyone has information on these lines I would like to hear from you! These names are mostly found in Casey, Lincoln and Pulaski counties. I'm new to genealogy and would be appreciative of any help! Thank you, Melinda Flemmer firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted 08/07 Surname: Horton
I'm trying to find a death cert. for my Great Aunt Meacy (Horton). She died
Jan 4, 1959 in Walltown, Casey, Ky. She is buried in Dunham Cemetery with
her second husband David Walls. She remarried after he died her 3rd
Posted 05/12 Surname: Wheeler
Looking for Louis Franklin Wheeler aka Frank Wheeler b. Oct 1887. Son of Richard and Lucinda Ann Wheeler. First married Dovie Mae Cannon . Their first son Kelly b. 1908 died abt. 1915, grave unknown. Lucinda thought to be daughter of Stephan and Susannah Wheeler. Wrongly listed on some sites as being d. o. Nathaniel and Mary Ann Wheeler, but no documentation to show it. Frank remarried a Lora (Lola) Miller in 1927 witnessed by a Silos Miller. Nothing found on any of these characters since 1930. Would appreciate any additional on life or death of these. Thanks, Mike Wheeler email@example.com
Posted 09/13 Surname: Cochran
I am looking for my grandmothers grave. I believe she is buried in Casey County. at Poplar Grove Cemetery. The date she died is 1984 or 1989. Her name is Mary Cochran. I have been looking for months. Any information would be appreciated. Thank you, Mark Meiners Beanosgran@aol.com
Posted 09/11 Surname: Scott
I am seeking information on Benjamin Terry Scott and his son John Scott that were in Casey Co., Kentucky abt 1810 to 1819. Benjamin Terry Scott is to have been buried in Casey Co., Ky about 1812 and we have transcribed copy of his will. Any help will be appreciated, Barbara Craig firstname.lastname@example.org (Family Group Sheets for these men)
Posted 07/12 Surname: Taylor
My great-grandfather lived in Casey county. His name was Cicero Taylor. I would be most grateful for any info on him. Thank you, Rick Lawson email@example.com
Posted 04/15 Surname: Cole
I'm looking for information on my grandfather, Anderson Preston Cole. He
married Violetta Johnson on 1/1/1888 in Casey County and they raised
their children Ludie Louise b. abt. 1892, Lucille Ann b. abt. 1895,
Hulda Mae b. abt. 1898, Cordelia Jane b. abt. 1900, Mary Francis b. abt.
1901 and William Clem b. 1908 there. Have been unable to locate
Looking for Robinsons 1850-1890's. John Nelson Robinson married Elizabeth Moore. John Nelson Robinson drown while moving slaves down river on a barge. Mose Barlow drown at same time. Elizabeth Moore remarried a man named Farmer. Don't have any more information, must be cousins, or other relatives of the Robinson line. Lived in Garrard County, Crab Orchard area or other nearby areas. Don't know who parents of Elizabeth Moore were? The marriage must have been 1860's or prior, because John Nelson Robinson died from 1860-1865 I am guessing. Please email M.Robinson, firstname.lastname@example.org with any information.
My great grandparents were Martin and Betty Brown. They are buried somewhere around McKinney. Martin (as the story was told) was shot and killed. He had 2 sons, George Alvin, born 8/4/1899, and Louie E., After Martin's death Betty remarried someone with the last name of Walls. She had another son by him and they named him Chester. I cannot find any information anywhere and I don't know where they are buried. My grandpa (George Alvin) was raised by the Gooch family and Uncle Louie was raised by his maternal grandparents. If anyone has any information, I would greatly appreciate hearing from you. Thanks, Jo Carr, email@example.com
Searching for the parents and siblings of Mary Ann Jeffries who some believe ancestors came from Casey Co.,KY into Russell Co.,KY Where she married a Milton Robinson and had 4 children by Robinson and they lived in Wayne co.KY. Robinson went to Civil War, and did not return for 10 years, meanwhile after he was missing for 5 years he was declared deceased and she married Alexander Smith and had several children living, died, buried in Clinton Co. KY
Any/all help appreciated. Census lookups for Jeffries/Jefferies in Casey/Russell County appreciated also. Cheers, S. S. Organicsusan@wmconnect.com
I am looking for information regarding my great great grandparents Joseph and Mary Catherine Branson Wilkinson. They both were born in Casey County and raised their family there. Their son, John Cager Wilkinson is my great-grandfather. Any information is most appreciated. Pam Gaines, firstname.lastname@example.org
I am looking for information on Mollie Enyard, born about 1893. I believe this Mollie Enyard was adopted by James "Clay" Brown and his wife, Annie Belden Brown. They had no children of their own. From 1900 to 1930, Mollie is with Clay and Annie Brown, lastly under Brown and not Enyard and was listed as their adopted daughter. Clay and Annie Brown are both buried at Brush Creek Cemetery and there is a Mollie B. Copley buried there with a single stone that has the dates of born 9 May 1893 and died 1 March 1960. I am hoping this is Mollie B. Enyard. I think she waited until after the death of both Browns before she married. I don't think she had any children of her own either, but someone had to have put the stone up for her unless she arranged it before she died. I need some help!!! Thanks for your time, Brenda Richardson Waters of Louisville, Ky.
I would like information about a grave at Salem United Methodist Church in Rheber. I clearly remember a old headstone of a woman named Theodora or Theodocia Evans. The grave was on the right side of the church near the cedar tree.It was near the huge headstone of Alfred Garrett that has been replaced with a smaller one. If anyone has information about this Evans headstone, who it belonged to and why it was removed I would really appreciate it.
Thanks Phyllis, HIMAINTENX@aol.com
I am looking for a death record for a William Murphy, believed to be colored, died around 1892, wife was Nellie. Was there black areas in Casey Co. Also Henry Giles married Nellie, they had two children< Johnny b. 1895, Middleburg and Ethel b. 1899. Both families are black and might be linked to coal mining, did Casey Co have coal mining? Is there anyone who does researcher for hire? I really need assistance. Thanks Shelley, email@example.com
I am looking for the maiden name of Lida L. , wife of Welby Woodrum. They were listed in the 1900 census of Casey County, in the Casey Creek District. He is also listed on other documents as George W. Woodrum. Any help would be appreciated.
I am searching for information on my grandparents. They were Thomas Milton "Milt" Long, and Nettie Bell Long. They were residents of Casey County Kentucky. I am especially interested in information pertaining to their childhood, marriage, and any additional children they had. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Rhonda Lucas, firstname.lastname@example.org
Combs / Pendleton
I am trying to find information on my great great grandmother Rosa/Rosie Bell Pendleton Combs., She was born in 1894 and was present on the 1900 census for Casey Co., but no parents are listed. By 1914, she had my grandfather, was married and is a Combs. I am trying to get her parents names and trace her American Indian heritage. She lists herself as white on all census, but family lore has it differently. Any help would be appreciated. Lisa, email@example.com
Lay / Wheeler
Looking for the burial site of Richard or Malinda Lay. They were from Jackson County Al. They moved into Bledsoe Co Tenn in 1860 , and on to Casey Co before 1880. She is living with her son Stephen there as a 70 year old blind widow, and is not on any later census. I have searched all the cemetery list I have available with no luck.
I am looking for additional info on Lucinda A. Wheeler b 1853 in Casey County. She married Richard Wheeler 3-14-1873 in Casey. She was noted in one line as being the daughter of Nathaniel Wheeler and a Mary Ann Jacobs. I have yet to find any documentation that reflects that fact. I have, however found a Lucinda with Stephan and Susannah Wheeler in Casey in 1860 (Middleburg) . I have no further on this bunch of Wheelers either. Any help will be appreciated, Mike Wheeler firstname.lastname@example.org
Also looking for Sarah or Sallie Wheeler that married Andrew Wheeler in Casey 1-26-1852. Sally was supposedly Cherokee, but we have no documentation to verify that as of yet. Andrew, son of Stephan and Margaret Wheeler came from Russell Co Va. Any help will be appreciated, Mike Wheeler email@example.com
I am researching the McKinney family from the Casey County area in the late 1700's. I would be interested in hearing from anyone researching this line. Thanks, John McKinney firstname.lastname@example.org