1841 - 1910 (68 years)
||Ann Mary Cloud |
||Sep 03, 1841
||Delaware, USA [3, 4]
||Aug 19, 1910
||Claymont, New Castle county, Delaware, USA
||Wilmington and Brandywine Cemetery, Wilmington, New Castle county, Delaware, USA
||Aug 4, 2018 |
||Lot Cloud, b. Aug 09, 1811, Delaware, USA , d. Feb 17, 1894, Claymont, New Castle county, Delaware, USA (Age 82 years) |
||Rebecca Talley, b. Feb 12, 1813, d. Jul 26, 1893 (Age 80 years) |
||Y  |
||Robert Casey, b. Oct 29, 1839, Delaware, USA , d. Aug 19, 1910, Claymont, New Castle county, Delaware, USA (Age 70 years) |
||Y  |
- Robert and Ann (Cloud) Casey, storekeepers, were murdered in their sleep, clubbed to death, in their second-floor bedroom above the store the night of August 19, 1910 (see Genealogical Notes of the Cloud Family" by Thos. Maxwell Potts, p. 172). The death certificate gives Aug. 20, 1910, but that's when the bodies were discovered.
HANGED FOR THE MURDER OF ROBERT AND ANN CASEY
Reese Roberts, Convicted of Murder of Mr. and Mrs. Casey, to Be Hanged Today.
WILMINGTON, Del., July 13. Reese Roberts, a negro of Chester, Pa., will be hanged at the New Castle county workhouse tomorrow for the murder of Robert Casey and Ann, his wife, an aged couple of Claymont, on Saturday, August 20, 1910. He was tried and convicted of the murder of Mrs. Casey only, but there is no doubt that the double crime was committed by the same hand.
Roberts' fate was decided this morning by Governor Pennewill.
Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia, Friday, July 14, 1911
ROBERTS IS HANGED DECLARING INNOCENCE
WILMINGTON, Del., July 14. - With a smile upon his face and declaring his innocence, Reese Roberts, colored, convicted of the murder of Mrs. Ann Casey, at Claymont on August 20 last, and indicted for the murder of Robert Casey, Jr., her husband, was hanged at the New Castle County Workhouse this morning. The drop fell at 10:22 o'clock and at 10:37 he was declared dead by the physicians and cut down at 10:55. Final religious services were conducted by Rev. Ralph T. Coursey, of this city, and Rev. Luther F. Mezick, of Philadelphia, a singing Evangelist of the Methodist Episcopal Church. The body was given over to relatives for burial.
Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia, Friday, July 15, 1911
| ||1. Lot Cloud Casey, b. Jul 03, 1876, Claymont, New Castle county, Delaware, USA , d. Jan 07, 1903, Chester, Delaware county, Pennsylvania, USA (Age 26 years)|
| ||2. Robert P. Casey, Jr., b. Jan 15, 1880, Claymont, New Castle county, Delaware, USA , d. Mar 13, 1885, Wilmington, New Castle county, Delaware, USA (Age 5 years)|
- [S2514] Gedcom - Roberts, Amanda.
- [S5198] Genealogical Notes of the Cloud Family.
- [S1989] Bible of William & Ann Cloud (Reliability: 3).
Date: Wed, 01 Nov 2006 14:53:57 -0700
From: Ellen Ward email@example.com>
Subject: [MDCECIL] Cloud Bible
Bible was published by C. Alexander & Co., Philadelphia. Record given by Mrs. Glenn S. Skinner, Newark, Del. Bible was presented to the Delaware Historical Society, Wilm. by the Anne Parrish Estate.
Children of William and Ann Cloud:
Ann was born September 30th, 1802
Maria was born January 31, 1805
Lot was born August 9th, 1811
Abner Cloud was born March 6, 1797
Joel was born September 10th
Charity was born January 5th, 1801
Children of Lot Cloud and his wife Rebecca:
Elmira born April, 11, 1837
Joel born August 13, 1838
George born October 31, 1739
Ann Mary born September 3rd, 1841
Charity born November 26, 1843
William born August 7th, 1845
Maria Elizabeth born April 19th, 1848
[These notes are transcribed exactly the way they appear on the page I got
from the Delaware Historical Society, Summer 2005]
- [S2030] Cloud Family Association Journal, Vol IX, No. 3, p. 3 (Reliability: 3).
- [S2515] A History Of The Talley Family On The Delaware And Their Descendants.