Bunie Vesta Maund was not located in the US Federal census in 1860.
She was a resident in the household of Samuel J Maund in the state census in 1870 in Newton, Dale Co, AL B.V. 10 AL.2
Charles A. Casey 20 married Bunie Vesta Maund 17 daughter of Samuel J Maund and Julia Ann Young c. 1877 in Dale Co, AL.8
Bunie was the wife of Charles A. Casey in the census in 1880 in Barnes Cross Roads and Rocky Head, Dale Co, Alabama. Buna 19.6
Her husband, Charles A. Casey, died on Apr 9, 1897 in Geneva Co, AL at 39 years of age. This left Bunie Vesta with several small children with Carse only being 3 months old. Manuel had already married by this time. Alto who was 16 helped raise his younger siblings.9
On Feb 17, 1900 in Dale Co, AL Bunie. she was granted guardianship of Melon, Mamie, Lemuel, and Carse in Dale Co AL by Judge Dowling.
Bunie Vesta Maund was the Head of Household in the census in Jun, 1900 in Gilleys, Dale Co, AL. B V Casey Mar 1860 40 AL, Oscar M. Jan 1879 21, Alto L. May 1881 19 AL, Samuel M. Apr 1884 16 AL, Mammie B. Mar 1887 13 AL, Lemuel A. Jun1893 6 AL, Corris M. Jun 1896 3.1
Bunie Vesta Maund was the Head of Household in the census in 1910 in Wicksburg, Houston Co, AL. Buna Casey 50 wd 6/7 AL AL AL owns free farm, Lem 17 AL laborer on farm, Carson 14 AL no occupation.4
In 1918 in Slocomb, Geneva Co, AL Bunie. she was notified that she was to receive $10,000 in life insurance as a result of her son Carse's death to be paid at the rate of $57.50 permonth for 20 years.
In 1919 she received notice from the Treasury Department that she had failed to furnish proof that she was a dependent parent of Carse Casey. She wrote back that birth certificates did not exist when she was born and that Carse being born in the country did not have one either. Several letters were sent from friends stating that she was the mother of Carse.
She signed all of her checks: 'B. V. Casey'. She was always known for her directness. Once when a grandson brought over a new girl friend to meet her and asked what she thought of her. After looking her up and down, Mrs Casey said 'I liked the last one better.' When another grand-daughter in law went over to visit, she found Mrs Casey sitting on the sofa. She asked what she was doing. Her reply,'Sitting on my ass, what does it look like?'. In her later years, she always wore a white apron everywhere she went.
May of 1942 she suffered a severe stroke and died on 7 Jun 1942. Her funeral service was conducted at the Slocomb Bap Church on 8 Jun 1942by Rev J. B. Murphy and Rev A. D. Zbinden.
Bunie Vesta Maund was the Head of Household in the census in 1920 in Slocomb, Geneva Co, AL. Bunie V. Casey 59 AL AL AL living alone, no occupation.7
Bunie Vesta Maund was the Head of Household in the census in 1930 in Slocomb, Geneva Co, AL. Bunie Vesta Casey 70 AL AL AL living next door to the family of her son Alto.5
Bunie Vesta Maund was the Head of Household in the census in 1940 in Slocomb, Geneva Co, AL. Bunia Casey 80 AL widowed.12
Find a Grave Memorial # is 79649554.13
1900 United States Federal Census. Custom Id: 238; ancestry.com.
1870 United States Federal Census. Custom Id: 253; ancestry.com.
Alabama, Deaths and Burials Index, 1881-1974. Custom Id: 246; ancestry.com.
1910 United States Federal Census. Custom Id: 243; ancestry.com.
1930 United States Federal Census. Custom Id: 245; ancestry.com.
1880 United States Federal Census. Custom Id: 241; ancestry.com.
1920 United States Federal Census. Custom Id: 239; ancestry.com.
Personal Research/Notes. Custom Id: 8;
Pilgrim's Rest Baptist Church Cemetery records. Custom Id: 22; Love Houston Memorial Library, ,, Dothan, Houston Co, AL. Call Number: 929.3761 PAL ???
Alabama Deaths, 1908-59. Custom Id: 247; ancestry.com.
1866 Alabama census. Custom Id: 699; ancestry.com.
1940 United States Federal Census. Custom Id: 639; ancestry.com.
Find A Grave. Custom Id: 48; online.