William B. Creasman had one brother that i know of, and i have always assumed their parents were the same people, Joseph Creasman and wife Martha (?).
According to the 1850 census of Yancey County NC the household of Joseph Creasman, age 50, a farmer, consisted of his wife Martha, age 46, and their children Julia A., age 20, Mary C., age 10,Berry C., age 22, and William B., age 24 and William's wife Joyce Caroline Wheeler.Both Berry and William are listed as cabinet makers.
By the 1860 Census William and Joyce had established their own home and the head of household is listed as B. C. Creasman, age 32, with apparent wife Nancy, age 35, and children Nancy M., age 4, John, age 2, and Blanche M. age 1, and Joseph Creasman, a miller, age 61 and Martha C., age 56.
When the Civil War started and the company was raised in Yancey County which became Company B of the 29th NC Infantry, Berry was elected by the members of the company as its second lieutenant, and he served through April of 1863 before resigning his commission due to medical reasons.
Thats about all the information I have on Berry and his family.
I have always understood that this Joseph Creasman, born ca 1800 and the father of Berry and William B., was the youngest son of Adam Creasman Sr., who was born ca 1750 in what is now West Virginia, and who with his brother and nephew were the first Creasmans in western North Carolina.I think the Adam Creasman you mention, who married Mollie Rossin, is a nephew of this Adam born 1750 who married Catherine Reel.To further complicate matters, your Adam who married Mollie had sons named - guess what?Adam and William B.......
If anybody can correct, add to or flesh out any of this, please do....