1889 - 1969
||25 Nov 1889
||Jackson County, West Virginia, USA
||13 Mar 1969
||West Virginia, USA
- Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Creston United Methodist Church for Lloyd Preston Casto, 79, of Rt. 1, Leon, who died Saturday in Jackson General Hospital following a brief illness. The Rev. Gerald Sayre and the Rev. William Sullivan will officiate with burial to be in Creston Cemetery. Born at Rockcastle, he was a son of the late John (Doc) and Rebecca Barnett Casto. He had operated a general store in the Gunville community for 24 years and he attended the Creston UM Church. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Minnie Baker Casto; one son Denver Casto of Leon; one daughter, Mrs. Hazel Flowers of Columbus, O.; three brothers, Orville Casto of Leon, Oshal Casto of Covington, Ky., and Foy Casto of Medina, O.; five sisters, Mrs. Emma Rawlings of Leon, Mrs. Ocie Beil of Ludlow, Ky......................rest is missing
||Creston Cemetery, Mason County, West Virginia, USA
||WV Route 87 Family Tree
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||John Madison Casto, b. 28 Oct 1865, Rockcastle, Jackson County West Virginia, USA |
||Rebecca Belle Barnett, b. 07 Jan 1871, Rockcastle, Jackson County West Virginia, USA |
||Minnie Ethel Baker, b. 19 Mar 1893, Mason County, West Virginia, USA |
||11 Dec 1912
||Gunville Ridge, Mason County, West Virginia, USA
1930 United States Federal Census
about Loyd C Casto
Name: Loyd C Casto
Home in 1930: Union, Mason, West Virginia
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1890
Birthplace: West Virginia
Relation to Head of House: Head
Spouse's Name: Minnie E
Age at first marriage:
Neighbors: View others on page
Loyd C Casto 40
Minnie E Casto 37
Basil L Casto 16
Pazel M Casto 13
Denver L Casto 2 3/12
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| ||1. Basil Leonard Casto, b. 24 Sep 1910, Mason County, West Virginia, USA |
| ||2. Hazel Irene Casto, b. 15 Sep 1913, Mason County, West Virginia, USA |
| ||3. Denver Lloyd Casto, b. 03 Dec 1927, Mason County, West Virginia, USA |
||Birthday Party for Minnie Casto at her home at Gunville, early 50's, Minnie and her husband Lloyd Casto operated the " general store" on Gunville Road. Help us identify the attendees.
(1)The larger gentleman seated on the sofa on the left (actually center of the photo, with a child peering over his arm) Roy Russell Buckalew [8-MAY1892 to 29MAY1956] in bib overalls and what appears to be a gray long sleeve shirt.
(2)The lady, second from the left with what appears to be a gray jacket and white blouse, round faced and glasses is Bertha (Cossin) Buckalew [1893-1956].
(3) The man in plaid jacket is Joseph Walton Beattie. The man directly behind him is Art Hartley.
(4) Amanda Stover is to the left of J.W. Bettie, and the little girl in front of her is her daughter, Thelma.
(5)The little boy off to the side on the right side on someone's lap is Sammy Click, son of Frank and Virginia Hartley Click. Virginia is on the back row. I think Frank is holding Sammy
(6)To the right of Roy Buckalew, Uncle Ed McClure, and Mode Baker ( brother of Minnie Casto).
(7)Front Row: Left to Right: Merlin Hill Hartley, (seated) Bertha Buckalew, (little girl ?), _____Cain, Delores McClure, Mary Agnes Newell, little boy ?, Sammy Click on his Dad's lap, Second Row: Ruth McClure Stone, Estella Wedge, Elsa Stover, Omen Newell, Minnie Casto, Amanda Stover with dau. Thelma in front of her, Walton Beattie, _______man ?, Wayne Mcclure,Back Row: ______lady?, _____lady? Clara Baker King, Teene McClure, Virginia Hartley Click, Minnie Newberry Hartley, Ivy Durst ,_____lady? Sidney Durst, Art Hartley, Ralph Durst, Denver Casto, Donnie Hill and Paul Durst.
This store played a prominent part in the lives of those who lived in the WV 87 region.
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