Casterline, John V., was born in Sussex County, N. J., September 23, 1839, where the first seven years of his
life were passed. In 1846 he came to New York State with his parents, locating in the town of Pultney, Steuben
County, where he resided until 1863, when he came to Bluff Point. In the autumn of 1863 he united in marriage with
Nancy A. Dykman. One child was born to them, Ida L., who is now the wife of S. H. Vrooman, of Penn Yam After the
death of his wife, Mr. Casterline again wedded, this time Miss Bertha Haight. Two daughters were the fruit of this
union. After his second bereavement he married Sarah Fulkerson, of Big Flats. Three more daughters have been added
to the family circle, Stella B., Susie C., and Nellie S. In the spring of 1891, Mr. Casterline and family united
with the Free Baptist Church at Keuka College. He is a most successful fruit grower and now owns a fine fruit farm
on the east branch of Lake Keuka. In politics he is a staunch Democrat.
History of Yates County, N. Y.
with illustrations and biographical sketches
of some of its prominent men and pioneers.
Edited by: Lewis Cass Aldrich
D. Mason & Co., Publishers
Syracuse, N. Y. 1892
Yates County, NY
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