September of 1918 William R. Cason had remarried. He was living
with his wife Margaret, stepdaughter Gladys Allen, and in-laws
Joseph and Mary Renard at 442 Stevens
This arrangement was still in place in January of 1920. The 1924
City Directory shows him residing at 437 Stevens
1927 City Directory shows him living at 519 Benson
had by that time been promoted to Captain. He retired on
February 29, 1928.
R. Cason is not listed in the 1929 City Directory. He had retired
from the Camden Fire Department with the rank of Captain during
the late 1920s. When the Census was taken in April of 1930s,
William R. Cason was a widower by this time. He was living with
his sister and brother-in-law Rose and Louis Renard in
Gloucester City, New Jersey. By 1931 he had move to 316 Audubon
Avenue in Audubon, New Jersey.
R. Cason was last a resident of Audubon, New Jersey.
He passed away on July 13, 1940 and was buried by his wife at Colestown Cemetery.
He was survived by his son, Howard Courtney Cason.