Charlie Ernest Casey1,2,3,4 (known as Ernest) son of Alto Lee Casey and Dera Mae Cox was born on Oct 15, 1913 in Slocomb, Geneva Co, AL. He was the fourth of 5 children.1,2,3,4,5 Ernest. Ernest was the fourth of five children born to Alto Casey and DeraCox. He was the first to be born in the town of Slocomb. He attendedSlocomb HS where he played football. He became first string end inthe ninth grade.
1920 Geneva Co AL census, Slocomb: Earnest 6 living with parents
1930 census: Geneva Co AL, Prc 5, Slocomb: Alto L Casey 48 m1@24 ALAL AL hardware store proprietor, Dera 44 m1@20 AL AL AL, Ernest C 15AL AL AL, Alto G 13 AL AL AL.
After graduation in 1932, he worked at his father's hardware and laterran a local service station.
When the war started, he got a job with the Civil Service at NapierField AL. He married Annice Palmer of Midland City AL on 3 Aug 1940.He was later transferred to the Marianna Air Base in Marianna, FL.
He was drafted and was sworn into the Army on Sep 1943. He spent hisentire Army career at Fort Taylor in Key West FL. He was dischargedon 6 Apr 1946.
In Jun 1946, Ernest and his brother Glen started Casey Brothers LumberCo which they operated for about 40 years before retiring.
Ernest was a son of Alto Lee Casey in the census in 1920 in Slocomb, Geneva Co, AL.5
He was a son of Alto Lee Casey in the census in 1930 in Slocomb, Geneva Co, AL.4
He married Annice Palmer daughter of Jesse Palmer and Cora Carr on Aug 3, 1940.
He was a son of Alto Lee Casey in the census in 1940 in Slocomb, Geneva Co, AL.6
He began military service on Aug 24, 1943 in Fort McClellan, Calhoun Co, Alabama.1
He was co-owner of Casey Brothers Lumber Co for about 40 years.
Charlie lived in Slocomb, Geneva Co, AL in 1992.3
Ernest died on Jan 22, 2005 in Slocomb, Geneva Co, AL.2 He was buried in Pleasant Hill Bapt Ch Cem, Slocomb, Geneva Co, AL.
Find a Grave Memorial # is 79915789.7
U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946. Custom Id: 285; ancestry.com.
Social Security Death Index. Custom Id: 26; ancestry.com.
U.S. Public Records Index, Volume 1. Custom Id: 3; ancestry.com.
1930 United States Federal Census. Custom Id: 245; ancestry.com.
1920 United States Federal Census. Custom Id: 239; ancestry.com.
1940 United States Federal Census. Custom Id: 639; ancestry.com.
Find A Grave. Custom Id: 48; online.