NOTE: Out of touch the next few. Thanks for your patience.
Born in Oklahoma City, I remain a longtime resident. Currently I am the Executive Director of the Casey Family Assn. Inc.; compiling and researching the Casey family history since 1992, and personally since circa 1982.
Our particular Clan Casey, even prior to 1725, when it first arrived on American shores, has been predominately Scots-Irish Protestants in faith and loyalties. No offense to Casey clans of other persuasions.
US Navy veteran: CTR3 (Communications Technician, R-brancher), USN (1967-1971). I'm looking for any and all former NSG Hakata, Japan CTs.
I support transfers to known relatives! After all, who is better qualified to manage a memorial than someone with a caring, kinship interest. However, please be somewhat specific in your requests. "This is a relative's memorial" will not suffice in the future. If you're only third cousins, five times removed, please just let me know. I'll probably transfer. Unfortunately, it only takes a few to make the majority of good contributors look bad.
And please let me know if you wish any of my photos removed. Especially the temporary grave markers, in lieu of permanent.
Charles Matlock post Charles and his family have been very close friends for several decades. Charles asked me to take care of this for him if he should pass. Two weeks later he did. I feel I should keep this post as his family requested.
REBEKAH CHAPMAN BUMGARNER Hello! In reviewing your record for Rufus Bumgarner, I followed the father link to George W. Bumgarner and it was noted there that his mother's name was Rebekah Chapman. If you have any info on George W. (b1830) and Rebekah, I'd really appreciate it!