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Re: John K. Castleman
Posted by: Janie Ralls Date: June 18, 2001 at 08:32:07
In Reply to: Re: John K. Castleman by Shela McCoy Brown of 643

I have extensive documentation on John K. Castleman, but still alot of unanswered questions. On 4 June 1825, John K. Castleman was granted a league of land from the government of Mexico, in which he proved that he was a married man with a family. I do not know if John was previously married and divorced or not. John died around 1841 or 1842. Sarah, his wife remarried to a Samuel Miller and then to a William McDaniel. As I previously wrote, she had three children, James, Andrew, and John. An affadavit was written way after Sarah death, in which a gentleman stated that apparently John had died, Andrew was in Falls County, Texas. He did not know where James was at. I do, James went to Madison County, Arkansas. I can not understand how or why he moved to Arkansas. Anyway, I descend from James Casselman (his spelling).


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