Clipped From Mt. Vernon Register-News
JUNE 26, 1968 Joliff near later. killed Asa to near — Depriest children — "a case." Bladridge; ran away Tommy went ran away his first been friends to care I think of Randolph, Illinois , too, river, while with one time Hicks creek near the fair ground. I think he went from Kentucky to Alabama on the Tombigbee and that some of the Caseys prominent in Mississippi and New Oreleans are his descendants, -o- -o- -o- Samuel Casey was the last one of Randolph's children coming west. H- came in 1832, and settled on the edge of Grand Prairie, where John S. Bogan afterwards lived. He died in 1850, and his wife, Aunt Ruth, outlived him nearly twenty years. They reared nine children. James lived for some time near Lynchburg. Mt. Vernon people well remember his son Jim and the nice little girl, Fanny, raised by Marsh Goodale, or Carrie, raised by Tom Watson, or Henry, partly raised by Jack Williamson. Nancy m a rried Isaac Casey and went to Missouri. Hiram, a small man, and lame, lived near Jefferson City. Gilbert went to Texas. Madisonl enlisted in the late war, and died in the army. Sally married J. Culpepper Davis, 1838, and after his death a Mr, Scott. Charity married a Mr. Finney of Richview. Catharine married Henry Breeze, October 28, 1847, and died in 1861, having borne eight children. Elizabeth married Henry M. Bogan, and was the mother of Mrs. Hart Breeze Dr. S. B. Bogan and Joe and Susie. -o- -o- -o- Now tell me if there is anybody in Jefferson county who is not in some related to the Caseys. Yet I have a few things to tell about Gov. Zadok Casey. BARBS By PHIL PASTORET If you want to hear some cross words, interupt our secretary when she's working the daily crossword puzzle. * * * Anyone with $100 -deductible insurance on his car should keep some petty crash funds on hand.