Indiana McCaslins

Elizabeth TullAge: 82 years18351917

Birth February 19, 1835 24 23
Source: Find a Grave
Birth of a brotherJoshua Tull
about 1848 (Age 12 years)
Birth of a brotherAsbury Tull
about 1851 (Age 15 years)
MarriageJames W McCaslinView this family
February 21, 1853 (Age 18 years)
Source: Find a Grave
Census 1860 (Age 24 years)
Census 1870 (Age 34 years)
Census 1880 (Age 44 years)
Death of a fatherJohn Wallace Tull
September 7, 1888 (Age 53 years)

Census 1895 (Age 59 years)
Census 1900 (Age 64 years)
Death of a husbandJames W McCaslin
June 15, 1907 (Age 72 years)
Source: S1887
Note: died of paralysis
Burial of a husbandJames W McCaslin
after June 15, 1907 (Age 72 years)
Source: Find a Grave
Note: Evergreen Cemetery, lot 3 section north point -n#1 (Find A Grave Memorial# 45832037)
Census 1910 (Age 74 years)
Census 1915 (Age 79 years)
Death March 9, 1917 (Age 82 years)
Source: S1864
Source: Find a Grave
Burial March 12, 1917 (3 days after death)
Source: Find a Grave
Note: Evergreen Cemetery, lot 3 section north point (Find A Grave Memorial# 45831991)
Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: November 1, 1832, Jefferson, Indiana
2 years
herself
14 years
younger brother
4 years
younger brother
Family with James W McCaslin - View this family
husband
herself
Marriage: February 21, 1853, Scott, Indiana

Burial
Evergreen Cemetery, lot 3 section north point (Find A Grave Memorial# 45831991)
Shared note
In the 1860 US Federal Census for Taylor, Benton, Iowa, 29-year-old Indiana-born farmer J.W. McCaslin is living with his 25-year-old Indiana-born wife Elizabeth Tull McCaslin. They have no children. James owns $1,000 worth of real estate and $358 worth of personal property. In the 1870 US Federal Census for Vinton, Benton, Iowa, James and Elizabeth [Tull] McCaslin are recorded twice. The first time on 4 June 1870, 39-year-old Indiana-born farmer J W McCaslin owns $80 worth of real estate and $5,000 worth of personal property. His wife 35-year-old Indiana-born Elizth [sic Elizabeth Tull] McCaslin is "Keeping House". James is a male over 21 years who is entitled to vote. The second time on 15 June 1870, 38-year-old Indiana-born Jas W McCaslin is living with his wife, 34-year-old Indiana-born Elizbth [sic Elizabeth Tull] McCaslin. James is listed as "Street Commissioning" and Elizabeth as "Keeping House". James owns $1,000 worth of real estate and $650 worth of personal property. In the 1880 US Federal Census for Vinton, Benton, Iowa, 49-year-old Indiana-born farmer Jas. W. {James W] and his 45-year-old wife Indiana-born Elizabeth [Tull] McCaslin have their nephew, 20-year-old Indiana-born carpenter Rinalda [sic Rindaldo] R. McCaslin, living with them. Rinaldo is the son of James' brother John R. James' father was born in Indiana [sic] and his mother in New York. Elizabeth's father was born in Indiana and her mother in Kentucky. Rinaldo's parents were born in Indiana. In the 1895 Iowa State Census for Vinton, Benton, Iowa, 53-year-old laborer James W and his 49-year-old wife Elizabeth [Tull] McCaslin are living on Wallace Street . James is entitled to vote. They came to Iowa from Indiana. In the 1900 US Federal Census for Vinton, Benton, Iowa, 69-year-old farmer J W McCastin [McCaslin] is living on Wallace Street with his 65-year-old wife Elizabeth [Tull]. They have been married 53 years and have had no children. James owns his farm free of mortgage. Both James and Elizabeth can read, write and speak English. James' father was born in Kentucky and his mother in New York. Elizabeth's father was born in Indiana and her mother in Kentucky. In the 1910 census for Ward 4, Vinton, Benton, Iowa, 75-year-old Indiana Elizabeth [Tull] McCaslin is a widow, living on her "own income" at 1003 Wallace Street in a house she owns, free of mortgage. She is childless. Elizabeth can read, write and speak English. Her father was born in Indiana and her mother in Kentucky. In the 1915 Iowa State Census for Vinton, Benton, Iowa, 78-year-old [sic] Indiana-born widow, Elizabeth [Tull] McCaslin has eight years of a grammar education. The value of her farm or home is $2,000. She has no church affiliation. Her father was born in indiana and her mother in Kentucky. The Chronicle, Scottsburgh [sic], Scott, Indiana, Wednesday, 14 Mar 1917 Mrs. Elizabeth McCaslin, widow of James McCaslin, died Friday at her home in Vinton, Ia. Aged about 83 years. She was a native of this county and was a sister of Asbury Tull, of Johnson township, and Joshua Tull, of Jennings township. Obituary, dated 15 Mar 1917, The Review, from findagrave.com, contributed by Colette Harrison (Find A Grave Memorial# 45831991): MRS. ELIZABETH McCASLIN The death of Mrs. Elizabeth Mc- Caslin occurred very suddenly at her home at East Tenth street Friday af- ternoon at 4 o'clock, due to a stroke of paralysis. Funeral services were held at the home Monday afternoon at three o'- clock, conducted by Rev. F. H, Gamel, pastor of the presbyterian church, and burial was in Evergreen cemetery. Elizabeth Tull was born February 19, 1835 in Scott county, Indiana. On February 21, 1852 she was married to James W McCaslin, and they came to Iowa in the fall of 1856. During their early residence here the hus- band was engaged in farming,,[sic] cooper business and dealing in stock. For a long period of years he was superin- tendent of Evergreen cemetery. He passed away on Jun 15, 1907 and since that time Mrs. McCaslin had lived alone. During the past few weeks however, Mr. and Mrs. C. D, Edwards had lived with her and cared for her. She had been in failing health for some time, due to her advanced age. Mrs. McCaslin was a woman of quiet manners and simple life, exem- plary in conduct, kind in work and deed. She was a member of the Presbyterian church and faithfully fol- lowed its teachings. She is survived by two brothers, A. Tull, of Scottsburg, Ind., and Joshua Tull of Austin, Ind. The former and his son-in-law, John W. Smith, and a miece, Miss Minnie Tull, of Monon, Ind., were here to attend the funeral. A nephew of the deceased, Prof. Clyde Tull, of Mt. Vernon, was here Sun- day but was unable to remain for the funeral.