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Casper F. and Jerusha Anna (Hanes) Fetters

In 1860 Knox County, Missouri, Henry Haynes is 54, Caroline 52, George 19, Jerusha A. 16, Simpson 11, and Nancy 8.
Casper, per one tree, was the son of LUCAS FETTERS, who was born 1805, and died June 20, 1888 in Missouri. Lucas is buried in Edina, Knox County Missouri, # 67580198, with Mary (Redmond) Fetters 1813-1859 # 67580231 born in France.

"Enlisted in U.S. Army 2/29/1864, Edina, Missouri.Private in Co. D, 21st Regiment, Missouri Volunteers.Honorably discharged 2/11/1866.Fought at Battle of Nashville."

In 1870 Knox County, Missouri, Casper Fetters is a miller, 32, Ohio with Jerusha A. 26, Missouri. Wm. Pery is 7, and Arthur F. 4.

In 1880 Knox County, Casper "Tetters" is farming 42, Jerusha A. 35, Arthur 14, Cortez B. 9, May E. 4, and Joseph H. 1.

In 1885 Red Willow County, Nebraska, C F. Fetters is farming, 47, J.A. 41, with Arthur 18, Carlos 14, Mary 10, Joseph 6, and Margaret 2.

C.S. Fetters is in the Wray G.A.R. post in 1895, with an address of Eckley, serving as a private in D, 21st Missouri.
Greeley, Colorado - February 24, 1898 "Casper Fetters removed his family to the vicinity of Evans yesterday . We regret to lose our old neighbors , but wish them success in their now homes . Miss Maggie and Joe will be greatly missed by their young friends , especially as they were among the first to always help at all our entertainments and social gatherings . "

In 1900 Weld County, an unknown-first-name husband of ANnie April 1844 Missouri, with her mother Carolina Hanes Dec 1808 New York.

August 1905 Eckley "Mr . and Mrs . Casper Fetters were Yuma visitors Monday."

September 1905 Eckley "J. H. Barnes and Joe Fetters were Yuma visitors Monday."

November 1905 Eckley news "Casper Fetters was a Yuma visitor Tuesday."

May 1906 "Miss Lois Eitzgerald closed her school at Robb Friday and on Saturday left on No . 1 for Brush where she was to be married to Joseph Fetters , formerly of Eckley . Tbey will make their home in Brush for the present ."

Casper F. Fetters 1838-1907 is buried in Loveland # 70340864, "21st Infantry Missouri"
January 14, 1907 "Casper Fetters , who died at the home of his son-in-law , H . B . Hicks , north of Loveland , was buried from the Baptist church on Monday . Mr . Fetters had been a soldier in the civil war and was nearly 70 years of age at the time of his death . "
In 1910 Jefferson County, Colorado, Floyd Cash is 39, Margaret E. 27, with Frank R. 30 a cousin born in New York. Margaret's brother Arthur F. Fetters 41 is a plasterer, and her mother Anna 66 is widowed.

Jerusa Anna (Hanes) Fetters 1845-1920 is with him # 111199680.
March 13, 1920 "Mary Eva Hicks was appointed administratrix of the estate of her mother , Anna Fetters , deceased in the county court Friday morning . A matter of less than a thousand dollars is involved in the settlement ."

Joseph H. Fetters is buried in Fort Lupton 1879-1954 # 55397828, with Lois Olivia (Fitzgerald) Fetters 1885-1931

Cortes Barton Fetters 1871-1944 is buried in Fort Morgan # 69780214, with Cora Mae (Mortimer) Fetters 1877-1965 # 69779738.
December 1897 Greeley "Mr . and Mrs . Court Fetters , from the North side , were visiting their parents Mr . and Mrs . Mortimer last Sunday."

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