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Re: Joseph Caseday 1850-1920
Posted by: Bob Aswell (ID *****5028) Date: August 02, 2007 at 14:27:18
In Reply to: Joseph Caseday 1850-1920 by Dorean Beattie of 520

I have a George Caseday, born about 1879 in Oregon, and his brother, Charles Alexander Caseday, born 14 NOV 1882 in Oregon. Their father is listed as born TN in the 1930 census of North Corvallis, Benton County, Oregon.

Charles is in Seaside City, Clatsop County, Oregon in 1920, but this census states his father was born SC.

In the 1910 Seaside City, Clatsop County, Oregon census, it again says Charles Caseday's dad was born SC.

All three censuses state their mother was born Georgia.

Hope this helps.
Bob
SURNAMES: Caseday, Dugger, Szabo, Yount, Hoffman, Smith, Vankeuren, Saade. Oregon, California and Puerto Rico.



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