Levi Casey, Sr. (c.1752 - 1807)

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Birthplace: South, Carolina, Puerto Rico, United States
Death: Died in Washington City, District Of Columbia, District of Columbia, United States
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Levi Casey (6th son of Abner Casey)

Levi Casey was Brigadier General of South Carolina who died at age 59, year of 1807 in Washington City (Known now as D.C.)

Early in the Revolutionary War, he received command of a company with which he gallantly assisted at the siege of Savannah. He was later a distinguished officer at the Battles of Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Musgroves, King's Mountain, Fishdanford, Blackstocks and at Cowpens. At the Battle of Cowpens, Levi performed important services to General Morgan. Levi Casey participated in a campaign into Georgia and Florida. He first served in Captain Thomas Dugan's Company under the command of Colonel James Williams. Colonel Williams was killed and replaced by Colonel Joseph Hayes. Levi served as Captain and later Lieutenant Colonel. After Hayes was killed by Tories, Levi Casey was promoted to Colonel and took command of Colonel Haye's Regiment - then known as the Little River Regiment.

Levi Casey was Justice of the peace, Justice of Quorum, County Court Judge, Commissioner and U.S. Senator (1800 - 1803) from the 96th District, Spartanburg, South Carolina. He also was Tax Collector (1786), served in the State House of Representatives as representative of Little River (1786 - 1788). Levi was representative for Newberry County in the State House (1792-1796). -------------------- http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/d/i/p/Adabelle-J-Wade/GENE55-0003.html

Levi Casey (6th son of Abner Casey)

Levi Casey was Brigadier General of South Carolina who died at age 59, year of 1807 in Washington City (Known now as D.C.)

Early in the Revolutionary War, he received command of a company with which he gallantly assisted at the siege of Savannah. He was later a distinguished officer at the Battles of Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Musgroves, King's Mountain, Fishdanford, Blackstocks and at Cowpens. At the Battle of Cowpens, Levi performed important services to General Morgan. Levi Casey participated in a campaign into Georgia and Florida. He first served in Captain Thomas Dugan's Company under the command of Colonel James Williams. Colonel Williams was killed and replaced by Colonel Joseph Hayes. Levi served as Captain and later Lieutenant Colonel. After Hayes was killed by Tories, Levi Casey was promoted to Colonel and took command of Colonel Haye's Regiment - then known as the Little River Regiment.

Levi Casey was Justice of the peace, Justice of Quorum, County Court Judge, Commissioner and U.S. Senator (1800 - 1803) from the 96th District, Spartanburg, South Carolina. He also was Tax Collector (1786), served in the State House of Representatives as representative of Little River (1786 - 1788). Levi was representative for Newberry County in the State House (1792-1796).

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Gen. Levi Casey, US Congress's Timeline

1752
1752
South, Carolina, Puerto Rico, United States
1775
1775
Age 23
South Carolina, United States
1780
1780
Age 28
1785
July 3, 1785
Age 33
South Carolina, United States
1788
1788
Age 36
1792
January 26, 1792
Age 40
SC, USA
1794
1794
Age 42
1796
November 23, 1796
Age 44
Laurens, South Carolina, United States
1797
1797
Age 45
1801
1801
Age 49