Tandy I. Tully, age 27, and Louisa Casdorph, age 18, were married in Kanawha Co., West Virginia May 20, 1854. The records said he was a native of Fayette, Virginia and she of Kanawha Co.
Tandy was the son of Tandy (died Nov. 4, 1857, age 73y 6m, at Two Mile Creek, Kanawha Co., WV) and Sarah Taylor Tully. They were married Nov. 27, 1804 in Amherst Co., Virginia.
Louisa was the daughter of Ezariah (born Kanawha Co., died Union District, Kanawha Co., age 84 years) and Mary "Polly" Jones Casdorph (born Monroe Co., WV, died Union District, Kanawha Co., age 67 years). One of Louisa Casdorph Tully's brothers, William Harrison Casdorph, who was a private in the Federal Army, serving as a faithful soldier in the 7th W. Va. Cav., was captured by the Confederates in the Lynchburg, Va., raid, and died in Libby Prison.
Tandy's and Louisa's daughter, Florence, was born Sept. 27, 1857 at Two Mile Creek, Kanawha Co., WV
The only surviving child of Tandy and Louisa Casdorph, at the time of Tandy's death in 1911 was Alonzo Marshall Tully, born March 25, 1855 in Charleston, WV, died March 30, 1952 in Brookfield, Linn Co., Mo. Burial in Rose Hill Cemetery, Brookfield, Mo.
After Louisa's death, he married Mary Ann Edens on June 16, 1864 in Gallia Co., Ohio. She was from Kanawha Co., West Virginia.
Their first child, Miles Edgar Tully was born Sept. 29, 1865 in Kanawha Co., WV, died age two months, Nov. 29, 1865, in Kanahwa Co.
Nannie was born September, 1873 in Missouri. I believe she died in Missouri in 1933. She was living in Buchanan Co., Mo. on the 1920 and 1930 censuses. I found a death certificate for a "Nanie Tully" who died in Buchanan Co., and it gave her usual residence as "Brookfield, Mo.," where her brother Alonzo lived. I have attached that death certificate.