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Samuel Lewis Casey

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Born: February 12, 1821

Birthplace: Caseyville, Kentucky

Father: Nicholas Casey 1790 – 1863

Mother: Susan Gibson Finnie 1797 – 1871

Wife: Mary Quincy Sheafe 1822 – 1884
(Buried: Charles Baber Cemetery, Pottsville, Pennsylvania)​

Married: June 1, 1852 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire

Children:

Harriet L. Casey 1855 –​
George Farnum Casey 1858 – 1930​
Jacob C. Casey 1861 –​

Political Party: Unionist Party

Occupation before War:


Mercantile Businessman in Kentucky​
1853 – 1859: Treasurer of the United States​
1860 – 1862: Kentucky State Representative​

Civil War Career:

1862: Filled Vacancy caused by expulsion of Henry Burnett.​
1862 – 1863: United States Congressman from Kentucky​

Occupation after War:

1863 – 1902: Mercantile Businessman in Kentucky​
1868: Kentucky Delegate to Republican Party National Convention​
1872: Kentucky Delegate to Republican Party National Convention​

Died: August 25, 1902

Place of Death: Saint Joseph, Missouri

Age at time of Death: 81 years old

Burial Place: Cremated Ashes placed at Ark Lodge Cemetery, Caseyville, Kentucky
 
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