My particular CASNER/CARSNER line is found in VA, TN, KY, MO, IA, (IL), OR, WA, CA, British Columbia, TX, OK, NV, NM, UT, ID all pre 1900.
While doing research on my particular Casner/Carsner line (because they roved extensively over the Midwest, the West, and the Pacific Northwest) I could never tell if the bit of information I located (from books, census records, county records, marriage/cemetery/death/birth records etc., etc.) would be for my line or another line with whom they had crossed roads.So as not to have to keep going back over ground already covered, and while I have kept copies of the information I have located, it is often difficult to locate.So I started entering the information into a various FTM data bases (one for each disconnected family).I now have some 40+ different Casner families (and I know that is not all of them) entered into FTM db.The paperwork I have collected, I have numbered to correspond with the database into which the family appears.
Occassionally a 'disconnected' family is matched.I will be glad to check the db's to see what I have if someone contacts me.I will have to have the name of a person and a date (the more information provided, the more likely I can match it with one of my 'disconnected' families).If a match is found, and if I am corresponding with a researcher/descendant of that line, I will put you in touch.From there, you are on your own.
Perhaps we can help one another fill in some gaps in our lines along the way.