|Ray S (#46997025)|
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|I am a direct descendant of James Shasteen and Phoebe Padgett whose children migrated from Amherst & Rockbridge Counties VA circa 1812-1819. Robert, James & John settled in Yellowbud, Ross County OH by 1820 and Edmund & William, in Henry & Defiance Counties OH by 1830. |
Robert Shasteen est 1785-1825/27
..married Nancy Casky 7 Feb 1804
James Shasteen est 1785-1828/29
..believe married Martha
William Shasteen est 1786-after 1841
..Wife not known. Moved from
..Ross to Henry/Defiance Co OH 1821-1829
John Shasteen est 1790-1825/1827
..married Hannah Whitten 03 May 1815
Edmund/Edward Shasteen b 1787 d 1851
..married Susana Whitten 03 Jul 1823
..moved from Ross to Henry/Defiance Co.
Elizabeth Shasteen b 1784/1800
Frances Shasteen b 1784/1800
..married Nathaniel Holly 1818
Mary A. Shasteen b 1798 d aft 1860
..married Andrew Ewing 23 Jun 1826
Rosanna Shasteen b 1799 d 1869
..believe not married, raped in Indian attack
..produced Andrew Jackson Shasteen
I am particularly interested in connecting together the Shasteen lines that came off not only James and Phoebe, but also those that came off another James and his brother Jesse who were contemporaries of James and Phoebe. Undoubtedly, all three of these men are related to the Pierre Chastain line, but unfortunately, there has yet to be evidence to document how they are related to one another and to the Pierre Chastain line. In the 1780's and before these three men lived in the same part of Amherst Co. VA with an older James Shasteen (various spellings) who would be the key to connecting them together and to the Pierre Chastain line.
Only time will tell, or maybe not. Please feel free to contact me for more information on this line, especially if you stumble across any pertinent 1740-1780 information!
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|Linda Dukes||RE: William Joseph Lord|
info from Missouri Death Certificate
|Judy Stroman Kumm||John Yeager #27177394|
I am a descendant of John and Elizabeth Duke Yeager (#25949324).
I appreciate your Find A Grave write up on my 3x grandmother and her husband, John.
You have all their children listed on John's page so that is what I'm writing about.
I am wondering where you found a listing of all of their children? Do you have more info on this family that you could share with me? I have Elizabeth's family info if you're interested in adding to it or if you'd like to transfer her to me, that would be wonderful. I understand that Elizabeth Shasteen was his second wife and your lineage surely follows that line, but Elizabeth's doesn't.
I'm also looking for more info on their daughter, Catherine Yeager, that you have listed. Any idea who she married? Needing more info on her.
My 2x great grandmother is Mary Yeager Bower and then my great grandmother is Catherine Lucretia Bower Stroman, mother of my grandfather, Burr Ray Stroman.
Any more info you'd have on John and Elizabeth's family, I would appreciate. You can contact me directly if you would like.
Judy Stroman Kumm #47747203
|A Miller||wedding anniversary|
I'd first like to state I am not a member of this family. But I was wondering in what year did Amber Shasteen and her husband get married?
Added by A Miller on Aug 23, 2014 7:07 PM
|Chris F||William Shasteen|
My mistake William's middle name is Franklin. I had never heard of him called Saw though. Curious if anyone knows how that came about. Thanks!
Added by Chris F on Aug 22, 2014 7:04 PM
|Chris F||William Shasteen|
I am related to the Shasteen's buried in Wauseon. I am wondering about William Shasteen. He is listed as William Franklin "Saw" Shasteen here. I am wonder where the "Franklin and Saw" come from. I know his middle name is Allen.
Added by Chris F on Aug 22, 2014 5:13 PM
James was from Londonderry County, Ireland and Peggy was from Tyrone County. They owned linen mills and barely escaped with their lives. They settled around Natural Bridge, Rockbridge County, Virginia. I don't know his father's name or anything else really. My father's has an old chest in the basement with all kinds of information, I am going to get it out and see if I can find any information. My father was born on the Caskey homestead. If I obtained any more information, I will let you know.
Added by JWil on Jul 21, 2014 12:02 PM
My great x3 grandfather was old Jim Caskey of Rockbridge County, Virginia. His son, Rev. James Caskey lived in Ripley. We had been told that he was buried in the Old Ripley cemetery but never able to find his stone. Did not add information concerning him because never sure he was really buried there. Do not have any information concerning James Caskey when he lived in Rockbridge County, Virginia. My information started when he left there and came to Adams County, Ohio. I do have move information on Rev. James Caskey. Did not know his middle initial was J. Where were you able to gain that information?
Added by JWil on Jul 20, 2014 11:22 PM
Sorry, I was typing and hit a button so I don't know if you received the information I sent or not. If not let me know and I will resend.
Added by JWil on Jul 20, 2014 11:09 PM
|Frances Beckstrom Helmintoller||RE: Henry Brown Cemetery|
Can't be any more specific than the directions I gave on the cemetery description. The jeep trail is overgrown a little on the road and this is where you leave your vehicle and start walking. The walk is no difficult, it's finding the trail that's hard. I went by it several times before I found it by asking a nearby resident (he was a relative) where it was. The cemetery is not kept and very overgrown. Wear shoes, a 5' black racer and I parted company when I nearly put my nose on him.
|Jean Fremion McKibben||John Yeager 27177394|
Am researching John Yeager, Find A Grave #27177394, buried at Pierce Witmer Cemetery in LaGrange County, Indiana. I am searching for his specific military service in the War of 1812 (regiment, etc.) and am having difficulty finding any John Yeager who enlisted from Beaver or Butler counties - as well as there are several John Yeagers! The Veterans' Headstone Project wishes to add a supplemental marker at his grave site highlighting his military service - any assistance would be greatly appreciated! Jean
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