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William Carson Murphey

Cemetery: Fairview Cemetery

Census: 1880 Navarro Co Tx Dist # 134

Census: 19 Jun 1900 Navarro Co Tx;Farmer, living with wf Birdie & family

Census: 1910 Navarro Co Tx

Census: 10 Jan 1920 Navarro Co Tx: States he is a Farmer & owns his own farm & it is mortgaged

Note: He was called Carse or Carson
Carson became a deacon of the Liberty Hill Presbyterian Church in 1888.


Lillie Byrd Terry

Note: Moved to Tx 1888, has 2 sisters: Lula Bell & Nellie Dove

Death: Died of Pneumonia
She was called Byrd.


Rose Leta Murphey

Note: School Teacher thirty seven yrs- also kept house for her father fourteen yrs aft he was left alone. She retired 1 Sep 1954 to Feb 1985 when he passed away. After his death they sold the home on E Case Dr. She has occupied her time doing church work, visiting sick & trying to keep in touch with loved ones, the family & friends. She resides in Murphy Apt 605 Magnolia as of 27 Ju 1976

Daniel Murphy: Daniel helped Shirley Murphy with very good notes & records. Plus, a deep love for his Murphy Heritage. Shirley set a Civil War Marker for her greatgrand father, Joseph Hill Murphy. At the Liberty Hill Cemetery that day Shirley noticed Joseph's bro, John Calvin had a Civil War Marker...meaning someone was out there who is also working in this family. From there I track down Daniel thru Funeral Home Records. Daniel wrote me a letter requesting to be buried next to my greatgrand father Joseph Hill. It was the only available space left in Liberty Hill; and me knowing how much his soul was in that lovely spot of earth. Our fathers before us & the love, happiness, sad too..they shared. It is an Honor to have Daniel next to Joseph. I can just hear them listening to "Dixie"

Letter in File: These papers were made for me in the summer of 1976 most of them on or about July 22, 1976. My Aunt Leta Murphy did these for me & they form the most important part of the Murphy family history which I am trying to accumulate. These were given to me by her June 6, 1980 at Hubbard, Tx during a visit I had with her. There typed copies were copied from her origional hand copies which I also have. Daniel Murphy


Bobbye Almanza Murphy

Note: She had unsucessful surgery for a brain tumor at Baylor Hospital in Dallas Tx


Mary Elizabeth Murphey

Census: 14 & 15 Feb 1920 Hill Co Tx census as a widow. Bert is living with her children & a brother, Bert age 40 is living with this family. The address is 4th St

Note: She was called Lizzie


John Caskey

From: Demastus <Demastus@aol.com>
Subject: [TNMAURY-L] John CASKEY 1750-1810
Date: Sat, 14 Mar 1998 02:55:13 EST

John and Margaret Caskey are buried in Ramsey Cemetery, near Campbell's
Station, Maury Co, TN. In a biography of their grandson John C. Caskey in THE
LONE STAR STATE, 1893, he stated "John Caskey with his wife and two children
came from Ireland in 1768 to Charleston, SC, moved to Lancaster Dist., and was
a soldier in the Revolutionary War. In 1816 the entire family moved to Maury
Co., TN" and that his grandfather died there. John Caskey did participate in
the Revolutionary War as evidenced by the SC Stub Entries to Indents - "issued
22 Aug 1785 to Mr. John Caskey, paid L 10/175/1 1/2 P Sterling for 97 days
Militia Duty, also 34 doz. bundles of oats and 6 doz. of wheat in 1781, as per
account audited and with interest came to L 20.155.2 P." Also, "issued 31 Dec
1785 to Mr. John Caskey for L 4.5.8 Sterling for a Gray Horse lost at Sumter's
Defeat 18 Aug 1789, account audited, principal with interest of L 0.5.11." The
two children mentioned above would be John Caskey to whom John and Margaret
gave 100 A in 1802, and a daughter who m. Jas. Faulkner to whom they gave 91 A
in 1802. Their five children who came to TN were: Thomas, Samuel, Robert,
George and Elizabeth. (Donald Carlton Jeter, "Marshall County (TN) Historical
Quarterly)
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John Caskey was a veteran of the Revolutionary War. He was a farmer and a
Protestant.

Arrived at Port of Charleston, SC in 1772 from Ireland. Later settled in
Craven county, SC. Last will was recorded at Kershaw county, SC on 16 August
1786.

In Mrs. Revell's book on "PROTESTANT IMMIGRANTS ARRIVED AT PORT CHARLESTON IN
1772" John Caskey described himself as of Chester County, South Carolina, a
planter and named his four sons, John, Robert, Thomas, and Joseph and his two
daughters Mary and Ezebell.

Robert and Joseph Caskey sold their shares of the property in South Carolina
around 1812-1814 and moved to Tennessee. In Wilson County Tennessee the 1820
Census has a Robert Caskey age 45 and up and Joseph Caskey 26-45.

The son John Caskey was born in 1780 and died the year after his father,
according to records in Chesterfield, SC.


Luther T Murphey

Military: Texas Pvt 125 Infantry 32 Div. WWI

Cemetery: He & his wife are buried in Liberty Hill


John S Murphey

Census: He is on 1920 Hlll Co Tx: with his wife and his mother is in the household. States he is a Automobile Agent


Zelma Murphey

Note: They lived in Tatum NM for a year or two, later moved to Denver City Tx. In 1971 they moved to Lubbock Tx where they were living as of 28 Jul 1976. They have four grand children


Flora Dee Murphey

Note:School Teacher