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Data entered for Alachua County FLGenWeb by Sheila M. Casper
|Location: State road 241 north of Alachua, turn east on road
236, go past St. Johns Methodist Church, turn west on graded road.
Located on the farm of Collie and Eldon Weeks.
Mrs. Minnie Harrell directed us to the cemetery and Mr. James Cason Sr. gave information as to who is buried in the cemetery. There are no Cason markers.
|Last Name||First Name & Title||Birth Date||Death Date||Comments|
|Cason||Phoebe||Wife of Ransom Cason|
|Cason||Jim||"CSA-killed, son of Ransom & Phoebe Cason"|
|Cason||Ranse||1835||"CSA, son of Ransom & Phoebe Cason"|
|Cason||George||"CSA, son of Ransom & Phoebe Cason"|
|Cason||Linda||daughter of Ransom & Phoebe Cason|
|Cason||Becky||daughter of Ransom & Phoebe Cason|
|Strawder||Gasper||3/4/1934||425 Reg. ICL BN|
|More information on the Cason family can be found in Alachua FL Will
Book 1, will probated 11/12/1852. Ransom Cason, wife, Phoebe, daughter,
Martha Hollbrook, son, John Cason, daughter, Phoebe Cason, wife of John
R. Cason (cousin), son, William Cason, daughter, Clementine Douglas, Executor,
son, James Cason.
Witnesses: John C. Hately, Walter Button, Elisha Carter.
Further reference: Huxford Vol 2 p58