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us: Casey, T. L. (Thomas Lincoln), 1831-1896


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    • us: Casey, Thomas Lincoln, 1831-1896
    • us: Casey, Thos. L. (Thomas Lincoln), 1831-1896
    • us: Casey, Thomas L. (Thomas Lincoln), 1831-1896
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    • found: Green, B. R. Engineering drawings for alterations to the U.S. Supreme Court ("Project for Improved Ventilation") ... [graphic] 1888: drawing (T.L. Casey, Chief of Eng'rs)
    • found: Dict. of Am. biog., suppl. 1 (Casey, Thomas Lincoln, 1831-1896; army engineer; not to be confused with son Thomas L. Casey (1857-1925) also of the engineer corp.)
    • found: Corcoran, W. W. Letter from W.W. Corcoran, Esq., chairman, Joint Commission for Completion of Washington Monument, 1879: t.p. (Lieut. Col. Thomas L. Casey, U.S.A., engineer in charge of the [Washington] Monument) p. 4 (Thos. Lincoln Casey, Lieut. Col. Engineers, U.S.A, Engineer in Charge)
    • found: Biog. Resource Center, viewed online May 22, 2008: (hdg.: Thomas Lincoln Casey; b. May 10, 1831 at Madison Barracks, Sackett's Harbor, N. Y., d. in Washington, D.C., army engineer, successful in many difficult construction assignments, constructing forts in Maine during the Civil War, finishing the construction of the unfinished Washington Monument, constructing the State, War and Navy Building, the Washington aqueduct, and working on the completion of the Library of Congress building. On May 8, 1856, he married Emma Weir, daughter of Prof. Robert W. Weir, of the United States Military Academy. They had four sons, only two of whom survived him--Thomas L. Casey, who followed his father into the engineer corps, and Edward Pearce Casey, a well-known architect.)
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