Joseph Castle and Mary

Joseph Castle was born circa 1820 in Monroe County, Virginia. He died on 8 Jul 1882 in Ohio.

Joseph married Mary about 1844 in Virginia. Mary was born in 1824 in Greenbrier County, Virginia. She died about 1864 in Ohio.

They had the following children:

Josephine Catherine Castle was born circa 1846 in Kentucky. She died on 5 Mar 1931 in Kalamazoo County, Michigan.
Caroline Harriet Castle was born in 1848 in Estill County, Kentucky. She died in 1865 in Estill County, Kentucky.
Phillip Adkins Castle was born circa 1851 in Estill County, Kentucky. He died in 1909 in Sainte Genevieve County, Missouri.
Betty Violet Castle was born in 1855 in Estill County, Kentucky. She died on 9 Feb 1943 in Jefferson County, Arkansas.
Rachel Jane Castle was born about 1858 in Estill County, Kentucky. She died in 1859 in Estill County, Kentucky.
Jesse John Castle was born in 1860 in Kentucky.
Michael William Castle was born during 1863 in Estill County, Kentucky. He died on 22 Dec 1863 in Estill County, Kentucky.

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