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Re: CASPER in Llano County, late 1800's
Posted by: Nancy Shire (ID *****9275) Date: October 16, 2006 at 08:04:19
In Reply to: Re: CASPER in Llano County, late 1800's by Tim Irvin of 197

Thank you for your message. Since that old posting I have discovered quite a bit more about the Casper family. Philip Casper's father was Henry William Casper, born about 1810, died before 1870. His mother was Virginia Eugenia Johnson Miller, born about 1825; not sure when she died, it was after 1880. I'll have to check the censuses on that. It turns out that Virginia was sister to an Arnold Green Miller, who was married to one of my great-aunts in Atascosa County, Texas. I am only related to this family through my grandmother's sister, Louella Sally Bishop Casper. (James S. Morris, whom you found in the 1880 census, was their stepfather.) The parents of Louella and Annie (my grandmother) were Robert Bishop, born in Hawkins County, Tennessee, and Nancy Jane Cruce, born in Marshall County, Mississippi.

Nancy


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