I would love to have some interesting stories of them and them and their descendants. My Casebolt family comes from Ironton, Ohio, to Newport, Kentucky. There was 14 of us all together Clem Turvey , Louis Casebolt, Crawford Casebolt, Evelyn Marie, Delphia Elizabeth, Esther Lee, Lennie Harriet, Frances Lovern, Lillian Ann, Wanda Fay , Spicy Deliris, Rosa Lena , and my brother whom is a Curch of Christ preacher Johnathan Samuel Casebolt. My Grandmother on my mothers side was Alma Casebolt Ridder. There was Al Casebolt, Ralph Casebolt, and my mother Alma Louise Casebolt Schnitzler. There was also a Margie Casebolt who married a guy named Gobel and they had two boys.I had a relative named Mike Casebolt which I wish I could get in touch with because he had old video footage of my mother and father. If you know any of them, please get in touch with me. It looks like there are names that repeat quite a bit in our family tree. My family is mainly from Kentucky and south Carolina but I always wanted to meet more of my family.I know that A gentleman by the surname of Adkins bought the land around 1905 or close to that time. Renick Casebolt married Rachel Morrison, an descendant, on Jul 16 1868 in Pocahontas County, WV. I have been sort of keeping a blog: has some of what I have found for my family.
I made a crude shelter and only hunted small game and lots of fish. It takes some getting use to but once you get accustomed to it is fine and a wonderful life. HAS HE COMPLETED THE SECOND VOLUME OF THE CASEBOLT LINE, HE MENTIONED HE WAS PLANNING TO DO JUST THAT. My Casebolt line is Lawrence Casebolt, Albert Casebolt, Lawrence Gerald Casebolt, Harvey F Casebolt, Samuel Casebolt (may have fought with his brothers in the Civil War) William Casebolt, and Thomas Casebolt. At some point he changed his last name from Casebolt to Terry. I believe they were from & lived in Mc Roberts, which is in Letcher County, KY.A CURRENT CONTACT FOR HIM WOULD BE GOOD, HIS PREVIOUS CONTACT AND EMAIL ARE NOT WORKING.. I'm finding a few conflicting dates about Thomas Casebolt and wonder if anyone has any pictures or documents of the original Thomas Casebolt with dates. My grandfather & grandmother moved to Baltimore, MD probably around the late 1930's or early 1940's. I downsized in a small bungalow built in Ashland on the area that was previously Shadrach Casebolte's farm. my great great grandmother was, Sarah Jane Casebolt ,married to Joseph Young Alexander am looking for information about her parents, Sarah Jane was born in Virgina 1848 thank you for whatever help you can give me I'm writing a volume on 1707 Nathanial Morrison.In our city we have not seen a dramatic market collapse as many major cities have, the home prices have kept pretty steady.Since Louisville is looking strong on the housing market from, there should be no fear in those who wish to upgrade their homes or those who are wanting to move into the area.