Hampton Casey was listed in the household of James Casey in the census in 1830 in Richmond Co, NC.4
Hampton was a resident in the household of James Casey in the state census in 1833 in Barbour Co, AL.5
Hampton Casey was listed in the household of James Casey in the census in 1840 in Barbour Co, AL.6
In 1841.In the 1841 Barbour Co AL Orphans Court, brothers [p1] and [p2] made a claim of $4.00 against the estate of E. J. Cole.
On Oct 13, 1843 in Barbour Co, AL, James Casey gave land to James Calvin Casey, Hampton Casey, and Tillman Casey. The three plots of land were 33 86/100 acres, 102 acres and 125 acres and were all located in section 5 of T10 R27. This land is located on the road from Clayton to Eufaula at the turn off to White Oak. This land was sold to Anthony Windham on Sep 1, 1846....7,8
Hampton married Elizabeth Cotton on Jul 17, 1844 in Barbour Co, AL.9
His wife, Elizabeth Cotton, died c. 1848.
Hampton married Hepsey A B Price daughter of Price on Jan 3, 1849 in Barbour Co, AL.10
Hampton Casey appeared in the agricultural census in 1850 in Barbour Co, AL. Hampton Casey has the following assets: 30 ac of improved land,$100-cash value of farm, $15 - value of farm implements and machinery,1 horse, 2 working oxen, 6 swine, $100 - value of livestock, grew: 150 bushels of Indian corn 1 cotton guard, and 50 bushels of sweet potatoes.
Hampton Casey was the Head of Household in the census in 1850 in Mt Andrew, Barbour Co, AL. Hampton and his family are living next door to his father. Hampton Casey 26 NC farmer, Epsey 28 NC, Sarah 6 AL, Thomas 5 AL, James 2 AL, and William 4/12 AL.3
On Nov 1, 1858 a land grant of [m1] acres was issued to Hampton Casey in Barbour Co, AL. [m2].
On Jan 3, 1859 Hampton Casey sold Lemuel Casey 160 acres. The land was near Dale Co . He did not sell his land near Mt. Andrew. DB O p 873 acres in Barbour Co, AL..
Hampton Casey was the Head of Household in the census in 1860 in Mt Andrew, Barbour Co, AL. Hamp Casey 36 NC ($900-$200), Hepsy 38 NC, Sarah 16 AL, Asbury 14 AL, James 12 AL, William 10 AL, Mary 7 AL, Virginia 5 AL, Daniel 3 AL, and Calvin 7/12 AL.1
On Mar 27, 1865, the estate of Lewis Price paid Hepsy Casey, wife of Hampton Casey, the sum of 50 dollars in confederate money. [160 B15]page 517 (Based on this entry, it is unclear to me whether Hampton is alive or dead)
In the 1866 Barbour Co census T11R25, (311 022 010), in the householdof Mrs. Hepsey Casey, there are 3 males < 10, 1 10-20, and 1 >20,females 0 <10, 2 10-20, and 2 >20, and 0 soldiers killed in the war, 1 soldier died as a result of the war, and 0 were disabled. No war records could be found for Hampton.
On Sept 4, 1866, the appraisal of the estate of Hampton Casey deceased is presented to the court. The estate consisted of 80 acres of land appraised @ $2.50 per acre for a total of $200. [160 B15] p460 Land description was not given. (in my land record research, I only have 40 acres for Hampton at this point in time. It is near Mt Andrew.
Hepsey Casey is listed in the 1870 Barbour Co census without husband Hamp. According to the 1866 census Hampton was not living and there was one male > 20. That would have to be the oldest son Thomas Asbury who would just be 20. Therefore Hampton had to be the soldier who died as a result of the war. Notice that the census makes a distinction between soldiers who were killed and those who died as a result of the war.
Hampton died c. 1865 in Barbour Co, AL.
Elizabeth Cotton and Hampton Casey had the following children:
1860 United States Federal census. Custom Id: 248; ancestry.com.
Personal Research/Notes. Custom Id: 8;
1850 United States Federal Census. Custom Id: 237; ancestry.com.
1830 United States Federal Census
1840 United States Federal Census
Barbour County Alabama Deed Book E 1833-1885. Custom Id: 348; LDS Church microfilm.
Barbour County Alabama Deed Book G 1833-1885. Custom Id: 349; LDS Church microfilm.
1838-1850 Barbour Co (AL) Marriages. Custom Id: 372; Eufaula Public Library, ,, Eufaula, Barbour Co, Alabama.
Barbour Co Alabana Marriage Licenses. Custom Id: 565; Eufaula Public Library, ,, Eufaula, Barbour Co, Alabama.