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Re: Joseph Caseday 1850-1920
Posted by: Thomas Fea (ID *****8792) Date: April 13, 2009 at 07:46:57
In Reply to: Joseph Caseday 1850-1920 by Dorean Beattie of 520

Joseph H. Caseday on the 1910 census is listed with his wife Addelaide and grandchildren with the sur-names Welch, Hilde (granddaughter) and Mullin, Earl (grandson).

If this is Deputy Sheriff Joseph Caseday, his wife was in very ill health at the time with heart trouble and I don't know if she survived (a newspaper article July 18, 1911}. In 1914 there is another notation that he was moving to Lake County Oregon.

By the way, I have Green's in my family, if that is signifiant to you.


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