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PITNER, William C. - 1860 AR Census
Posted by: Liz Freeman (ID *****2827) Date: October 13, 2004 at 16:34:06
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William C. Pitner (b.1835 AL) is shown on the 1860 AR Census, Madison County, along with his wife, Jane Pitner (b.19-24-1831 AL) and their daughter, Emma B. (b. 1855-1856 AL).

In later census records, I have learned that they also have a son, Tom Pitner (b. 5-16-1866).

Jane (also known as Anna Jane) is a widow by 1898. She and her daughter and son are in TX.

On 8-27-1882 in Shackleford Co., TX Jane marries John L. Casner, also a widow.

Does anyone know what became of her first husband, William C. Pitner. When/where did he die?

Emma marries James Price. She and her family are found on the 1910 Haskell County census.

Tom Pitner is killed in 1899 during a fence war with his stepfather and step brother.

The last record I have of the stepfather/brother (John L. Casner and John Lewis Casner) is 6-1902 in Haskell County when they are at the courthouse signing papers to sell the last of their range land.

I'm wondering if any of the Price deccendants might know what became of the two Casner men. I'm willing to share the information I have gathered on this very intersting family.

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